James Lindsay

James Lindsay may refer to:

  • James Lindsay, 26th Earl of Crawford (1847–1913), Victorian astronomer and politician
  • James Alexander Lindsay (1815–1874), British Conservative Member of Parliament for Wigan
  • James Lindsay (Conservative politician) (1906–1997), British Conservative Member of Parliament
  • Jamie Lindsay, association football player
  • James G. Lindsay, American attorney and researcher specializing in the subject of Palestinian refugees
  • James M. Lindsay (born 1959), American academic and foreign policy specialist
  • James J. Lindsay (born 1932), U.S. Army general
  • James Bowman Lindsay (1799–1862), Scottish inventor and author noted for his invention of the electric lightbulb
  • James Lindsay (actor) (1869–1928), British actor
  • James Lindsay, 5th Earl of Balcarres (1691–1768), Scottish peer
  • James Lindsay, 24th Earl of Crawford (1783–1869), Scottish peer
  • James Lindsay, 3rd Baron Lindsay of Birker (born 1945), retired Australian diplomat
  • James Lindsay (footballer) (born 1891), Scottish footballer
  • James Gordon Lindsay (1906–1973), revivialist preacher, author, and founder of Christ for the Nations

Other articles related to "james, lindsay, james lindsay":

Wigan (UK Parliament Constituency) - Members of Parliament - MPs 1640–1885
1800 George Gunning 1802 John Hodson Tory Sir Robert Holt Leigh Tory 1820 James Alexander Hodson Tory Lord Lindsay Tory 1825 Lieutenant-Colonel James Lindsay Tory March 1831 John ... James Lindsay Conservative 1847 Ralph Anthony Thicknesse Whig 1854 Joseph Acton Whig 1857 Francis Sharp Powell Conservative Henry Woods Whig 1859 Hon ... James Lindsay Conservative Liberal 1866 Nathaniel Eckersley Conservative 1868 John Lancaster Liberal 1874 Lord Lindsay Conservative Thomas Knowles ...
Lindsay (name) - Surname
... Lindsay 13th to 14th century coat of arms of the de Lindsay lords of Crawford ... Current region England Information Earlier spellings de Lindsay, Lyndsay Place of origin England The surname is ultimately connected to the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Lindsey ... The surname of Lindsay continued to be borne by the Earls of Balcarres and Earls of Crawford, down to the current holder of the title, Robert Lindsay, 29th Earl of ...

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