James Hepburn

James Hepburn may refer to:

  • James Hepburn (bishop) (died 1524), Bishop of Moray
  • James Hepburn, 4th Earl of Bothwell (c. 1534–1578), Scottish magnate
  • Bonaventure Hepburn (James Hepburn, 1573–1621), Scottish orientalist
  • James Hepburn Campbell (1820–1895), American politician and diplomat
  • James Curtis Hepburn (1815–1911), American missionary
  • James de Congalton Hepburn, Canadian MPP
  • Jamie Hepburn (born 1979), Scottish politician
  • James Hepburn (ornithologist) (1811–1869), English ornithologist

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James Hepburn (ornithologist)
... James Edward Hepburn (London c ... James Hepburn was born in London in 1810 or 1811, the eldest son of James Hepburn of Tovil Place, Maidstone ... Hepburn's notebooks and catalogues are in the Cambridge University Museum of Zoology, A few skins went to the Smithsonian Institution ...

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