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James Martin

James Martin Politician, died 1878

Politician, died 1878
The basics
Quick Facts
Intro Politician, died 1878
Countries United Kingdom
Occupations Politician
Type Politics
Gender male
Birth 1807
Death 1878
The details

James Martin or Jim Martin may refer to:


  • James Cullen Martin (1928–1999), American chemist
  • James E. Martin (born 1932), university president at the University of Arkansas and Auburn University
  • James Kirby Martin (born 1943), professor of history

Actors, musicians, and other performers

  • James Martin (English actor) (born 1992), actor on EastEnders
  • James Martin (Scottish actor), actor on Still Game
  • James and Tom Martin (born 1977), English twin musicians
  • Jim Martin (musician) (born 1961), guitarist formerly with Faith No More
  • Jim Martin (puppeteer) (active from 1970s), puppeteer on Sesame Street
  • Jimmy Martin (1927–2005), bluegrass musician

Judges and lawyers

  • James Loren Martin (1846–1915), U.S. federal judge
  • James Robert Martin, Jr. (1909–1984), U.S. federal judge
  • James Martin (attorney), U.S. Attorney in Missouri

Military figures

  • James Green Martin (1819–1878), Civil War Confederate brigadier general
  • James Martin, II (1826–1918), American Medal of Honor recipient
  • James Martin (Australian soldier) (1901–1915), youngest Anzac to serve at Gallipoli
  • James Stewart Martin (military), Chief of the Decartelization Branch for Military Government in Germany after World War II


  • James Martin (Australian politician) (1820–1886), Premier of New South Wales
  • James Martin (New South Wales politician) (1850–1898), member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly for South Sydney and Sydney-Bligh
  • James Martin (South Australian politician) engineer and politician of Gawler, South Australia
  • James Martin (Irish politician) (1905–1969), Fianna Fáil Senator from 1965–69
  • James Martin (Maine politician) (born 1965), state legislator from Maine
  • James D. Martin (born 1918), U.S. Representative from Alabama
  • James G. Martin (born 1935), North Carolina governor
  • James Stewart Martin (congressman) (1826–1907), U.S. Representative from Illinois
  • Jim Martin (Georgia politician) (born 1945), Democratic nominee for U.S. Senator from Georgia
  • Jimmy Martin (politician) (born 1938), American politician from Alabama

Religious leaders

  • James S. Martin (reverend), anti-Mormon preacher
  • James A. Martin (1902–2007), American Jesuit priest
  • James Martin (priest) (born 1960), Jesuit writer


  • James Martin (American football) (born 1944), head college football coach at Tuskegee University
  • James Martin (cricketer) (1848-1913), Australian cricketer
  • James Martin (footballer, born 1898) (1898–1969), English footballer
  • James Martin (footballer, born 1994) (born 1994), Scottish footballer
  • James Martin (ice hockey) (born 1991), Canadian professional ice hockey defenceman
  • James Martin (rugby league) (born 1987), British rugby player
  • Jim Martin (American football) (1924–2002), College Football Hall of Fame member
  • Jim Martin (Australian footballer) (born 1884), Australian rules player at multiple clubs
  • Jimmy Martin (American football) (born 1982), National Football League guard
  • Jimmy Martin (golfer) (1924–2000), Irish golfer
  • Jimmy Martin (ice hockey) (born 1988), American professional ice hockey defenceman
  • James Martin (footballer, born 1893) (1893-1940), Scottish footballer


  • James Martin (author) (1933-2013), computer systems design author, writer
  • James Martin (philosopher), Scottish writer in the 16th century
  • James Conroyd Martin, historical fiction writer
  • James J. Martin (1916–2004), American historian, wrote on anarchism


  • James Martin (chef) (born 1972), British celebrity chef
  • Sir James Martin (engineer) (1893–1981), inventor of the modern aircraft ejection seat
  • James Martin (trade unionist) (1850-1933), British trade unionist and politician
  • James Ranald Martin (1796–1874), surgeon in India
  • James R. Martin (born 1951), producer and director of documentaries Wrapped In Steel and Fired-up!
  • James Slattin Martin, Jr. (1920–2002), project manager for the Viking program
  • Dr James Martin (explorer), prominent during the 1860s for his exploration of North-West Australia and contributions to naturalism


  • Martin High School (Arlington, Texas), aka James Martin High School, a high school in Arlington, Texas
  • James Martin & Co - South Australian engineering firm

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