James Hayes

James Hayes or Jim Hayes may refer to:

  • James Hayes (Prince Rupert's secretary) (1637–1694), Prince Rupert's secretary and first Deputy Governor Hudson Bay Company
  • James Hayes (b. 1676) (1676–1731), British Member of Parliament for Winchelsea
  • James Hayes (1715-1800), British Member of Parliament for Downton
  • James Hayes (bishop) (1889–1980), Archbishop of Cagayan de Oro
  • James Hayes (Australian politician) (1831–1908), Australian politician from New South Wales
  • James A. Hayes (1992–2000), American politician from California
  • James E. Hayes (1865–1898), Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus
  • James Martin Hayes (born 1924), Canadian prelate of the Roman Catholic Church
  • James P. Hayes (born 1964), American politician from New York
  • James Thomas Hayes (bishop) (1847–1904), Bishop of Trinidad and Tobago, 1889–1904
  • James R. Hayes, American soldier involved in July 2005 Afghan captive incident
  • Jim Hayes (baseball) (1913–1993), Major League pitcher (1935 Washington Senators)
  • Jimmy Hayes (born 1946), American politician from Louisiana
  • Jimmy Hayes (ice hockey) (born 1989), American professional ice hockey player
  • James Hayes, UK, actor (known for very many TV shows and films)

Other articles related to "james hayes, james":

James Hayes Sadler
... Colonel Sir James Hayes Sadler, KCMG, CB (21 May 1827 – 9 January 1910) was a British diplomat and civil servant ... Preceded by Stuart Godfrey Chief political resident of the Persian Gulf 1893 Succeeded by James Crawford Preceded by James Crawford Chief political resident of the Persian Gulf 1893–1894 ...

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