John Bonner (1643 - January 30, 1726) was a captain, navigator, map-seller and shipwright active in Pre-Revolutionary War Boston. He was admired for his skill in navigation and was considered one of the best pilots in North America. Bonner was married to Mary Clarke Bonner (1665 - 1697), daughter of Elder Jonas Clark of Cambridge. He was survived by his wife and son, also John Bonner. His is best known for producing the first printed map of Boston, in 1722.