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James Campbell

James Campbell British member of parliament (1737-1805)

British member of parliament (1737-1805)
The basics
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Intro British member of parliament (1737-1805)
Countries United Kingdom
Occupations Politician
Type Politics
Gender male
Birth 16 January 1737
Death 16 March 1805
The details
Biography

James Campbell may refer to: James Campbell (historian) (1935–2016), British academic specialising in Anglo-Saxon studies James Campbell (journalist) (fl. 2000s), Australian journalist James Campbell (industrialist) (1826–1900), Hawaii industrialist James Campbell, 1st Baron Glenavy (1851–1931), Irish Solicitor-General, Attorney-General and Lord Chancellor James Anson Campbell (1854–1933), American businessman with Youngstown Sheet and Tube Company James Archibald Campbell (1862–1934), founder of Campbell University in North Carolina James A. Campbell (Medal of Honor) (1844–1904), American Civil War soldier James Colquhoun Campbell (1813–1895), Scottish-born Welsh Anglican Bishop of Bangor James Edward Campbell, American scientist James Edwin Campbell (poet) (1867–1896), African American poet, editor, writer and educator James Campbell (comedian), children's comedian working in the UK James L. Campbell (born 1949), American soldier James P. Campbell (fl. 2000s), President and CEO of GE Consumer & Industrial James Palmer Campbell (1855–1926), member of the New Zealand Legislative Council James Campbell (postmaster general) (1812–1893), US postmaster general James Campbell (artist) (1828–1893), English artist James Campbell (actor), English actor in Oh No It Isn't! James Campbell (Australian timber merchant) (1830–1904), Australian timber merchant Sir James Campbell (officer of arms), Lord Lyon King of Arms, 1658–1660 Sir James Campbell (British Army officer, died 1745) (c. 1680–1745), Scottish officer of the British Army Sir James Campbell, 1st Baronet (1763–1819), British Army officer Sir James Campbell (British Army officer, died 1831) (1745–1831), British Army officer James Campbell (Royal Marines officer) (1761–1840) James Campbell (land commissioner) (1787–1858), British Army officer and Commissioner of Crown Lands in Canterbury, New Zealand Sir James Campbell, 2nd Baronet, of Aberuchil, see Campbell baronets James Campbell (author) (born 1951), Scottish writer James Dykes Campbell (1839–1895), Scottish merchant and writer James T. Campbell, American historian James Campbell, pseudonym of James Campbell Reddie (died 1878), author of pornography James Campbell (governor), acting Governor of British Ceylon, 1822–1824 James Campbell, 1st Earl of Irvine, Lord Kintyre (1610–1645), colonel of the Garde Écossaise and son of Archibald Campbell, 7th Earl of Argyll James Marshall Campbell (1895–1977), dean of the college of arts and sciences at the Catholic University of America James Macnabb Campbell (1846–1903), Scottish administrator and ethnologist in India

Australian politicians

  • James Campbell (New South Wales politician) (1820–1879), Member of the NSW Legislative Assembly 1864–1874 for Morpeth
  • James Campbell (Queensland politician) (1838–1925), Member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly
  • James Callender Campbell (1838–1916), Member of the Victorian Legislative Council (South Eastern) 1895–1910
  • James Campbell (Victorian politician) (1845–1893), Member of the Victorian Legislative Council (Wellington) 1882–1886, Assembly 1982–93

United Kingdom politicians

  • James Cambell (1570–1642), ironmonger and Lord Mayor of London
  • James Campbell (of Burnbank and Boquhan) (c. 1660–c. 1713), MP for Ayr Burghs
  • Sir James Campbell, 2nd Baronet, of Ardkinglass (c. 1666–1752), British MP for Argyllshire and Stirlingshire
  • James Campbell (1737–1805), Scottish MP for Stirling Burghs
  • James Alexander Campbell (politician) (1825–1908), Scottish MP for Glasgow and Aberdeen Universities and Privy Councillor

United States politicians

  • James Campbell (Wisconsin) (1814–1883), member of the Wisconsin State Assembly
  • James E. Campbell (1843–1924), Democratic politician from Ohio
  • James Hepburn Campbell (1820–1895), U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania
  • James J. Campbell, American politician from Maine
  • James R. Campbell (Illinois politician) (1853–1924), U.S. Representative from Illinois
  • James R. Campbell (Arkansas politician) (1893–1981), member of the Arkansas House of Representatives
  • James U. Campbell (1866–1937), 25th Chief Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court
  • James V. Campbell (1823–1890), member of the Michigan Supreme Court from 1858–1890
  • James W. Campbell (born 1947), member of the Maryland House of Delegates

Music

  • Blind James Campbell (1906–1981), American blues singer and guitarist
  • James Campbell (clarinetist) (born 1949), Canadian/American clarinetist

Sport

  • James Campbell (rugby union) (1858–1902), Canadian rugby player
  • James Campbell (English footballer) (fl. 1910/11), English goalkeeper (Huddersfield Town)
  • James Campbell (footballer, born 1869) (1869–1938), Scottish footballer (Kilmarnock FC and Scotland)
  • James Campbell (athlete) (born 1988), Scottish javelin thrower
  • James Campbell (English cricketer) (born 1988), English cricketer
  • James Campbell (New Zealand cricketer) (fl. 1868/69), New Zealand cricketer

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