Reverend John James Coxhead (c.1837-7 September 1912) was a Church of England clergyman.
The eldest son of John Coxhead of Clerkenwell, he was educated at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, graduating in 1860. He was ordained a priest, first acting as curate at St Clement Danes from 1860–63, then Fulham from 1863-68. In 1868 he was appointed vicar of St John's, Fitzroy Square, a post he held for 43 years.
Member of the London School Board, elected for Marylebone 1876 1879 1885 1888 1891 1894.
He retired in 1911 to Heathfield, Sussex, where he died in the following year.
The Wikisource page on 'Science the Handmaid of Religion' an address by him in 1877, is .