Jongleurs

Jongleurs, were mediæval minstrels of Provence and Northern France, who sang and often composed songs and tales, but whose jesting and buffoonery distinguished them from the knightly troubadours and trouvères.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Jones, Sir William * Jonson, Ben
Jokai Maurice
Jonah
Jonathan, Brother
Jones, Ebenezer
Jones, Edward Burne
Jones, Ernest
Jones, Henry Arthur
Jones, Inigo
Jones, Paul
Jones, Sir William
Jongleurs
Jonson, Ben
Joppa
Jordaens, Jakob
Jordan
Jordan, Mrs. Dorothea
Jortin, John
Jorullo
Joseph
Joséphine
Josephus, Flavius