James Fletcher may refer to:
- James Fletcher (MP) for Cambridge (UK Parliament constituency)
- James Cooley Fletcher (1823–1901), American Presbyterian minister and missionary
- James Fletcher (Australian politician) (1834–1891), Australian coalminer and owner, newspaper proprietor and politician
- James Fletcher (entomologist) (1852–1908), Canadian entomologist, botanist and writer
- J. M. J. Fletcher (1850–1934), English historian
- James Fletcher (industrialist), New Zealand businessman and industrialist
- James Muir Cameron Fletcher, his son, New Zealand businessman and industrialist
- James C. Fletcher (1919–1991), NASA administrator
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