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James Wood

James Wood Politician, died 1936

Politician, died 1936
The basics
Quick Facts
Intro Politician, died 1936
Countries United Kingdom
Occupations Politician
Type Politics
Gender male
Birth 1865
Death 31 October 1936
The details
Biography

James Wood or Jim Wood may refer to:

Politics and government

  • James Wood (governor) (1741–1813), Governor of Virginia and officer in the American Revolutionary War
  • James Wood (New York state senator) (1820–1892), New York politician and Union Army general
  • James Wood (politician), Member of Parliament for East Down, 1902–1906
  • Jim Wood (California politician), member of the California State Assembly
  • Jim Wood (Arkansas) (fl. late 20th century), State Auditor of Arkansas
  • Sebastian Wood (James Sebastian Lamin Wood, born 1961), British Ambassador to China

Sport

  • James Wood (footballer) (born 1893), professional footballer, who played for South Shields, Huddersfield Town and Blackpool
  • Jamie Wood (born 1978), footballer
  • Jimmy Wood (1842–1927), American baseball player and manager
  • Jim Wood (American football) (born 1936), American football player
  • James Wood (South African cricketer) (born 1985), South African cricketer, played for Durham UCCE
  • James Wood (Lancashire cricketer) (1933–1977), English cricketer for Lancashire 1954–56
  • Jim Wood (Sussex cricketer) (1914–1989), English cricketer, played for Sussex 1936–55

Religion

  • James Wood (mathematician) (1760–1839), Dean of Ely 1820–1839
  • James Wood (minister) (1672–1759), Presbyterian minister of Atherton and Chowbent Chapels in Atherton, Greater Manchester, England
  • James Frederick Wood (1813–1883), Archbishop of Philadelphia

Military

  • James Wood (Canadian admiral) (born 1934), Canadian admiral
  • James Athol Wood (1756–1829), British rear-admiral
  • James W. Wood (1924–1990), U.S. Air Force colonel and senior test pilot on the Dyna-Soar program
  • James Wood (Royal Navy officer), commander of the HMS Pandora during its commission at the Royal Navy's Pacific Station

Others

  • James Wood (composer) (born 1953), British composer and percussionist
  • James Wood (critic) (born 1965), British literary critic and novelist
  • James Wood (encyclopaedist) (fl. late 19th century), British editor of The Nuttall Encyclopaedia
  • James Wood, Lord Irwin (born 1977), British courtesy peer
  • James N. Wood (1941–2010), American director of the Art Institute of Chicago
  • James Roland Wood (born 1941), Australian Royal Commissioner and jurist
  • James Rushmore Wood (1816–1882), American physician
  • Jim Wood (fiddler) (born 1964), American fiddler
  • James Wood (engineer), American engineer
  • James Wood Bush, (c. 1844–1906) Hawaiian-American Civil War combatant

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