James Sinclair

James Sinclair may refer to:

  • James Sinclair (footballer) (born 1987), English footballer
  • Jimmy Sinclair (1876–1913), South African cricketer
  • James Sinclair (martial artist) (born 1960), English martial artist
  • James Sinclair (politician) (1908–1984), Canadian politician
  • James Sinclair (fur trader) (1811–1856), Canadian fur trapper
  • James H. Sinclair (1871–1943), U.S. Congressman from North Dakota
  • James Sinclair (conductor), American classical music conductor
  • James Sinclair, 14th Earl of Caithness (1821–1881), Scottish Liberal politician, scientist and inventor

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

James Sinclair (fur Trader)
... James Sinclair (1811–1856) was a trader and explorer with the Hudson's Bay Company ... son of Hudson's Bay Company factor William Sinclair, from Eastaquoy in Harray, and his Cree wife, Nahovway ... He was a brother of William Sinclair ...
James Sinclair, 14th Earl Of Caithness
... James Sinclair, 14th Earl of Caithness FRS (16 August 1821 – 28 March 1881), styled Lord Berriedale from 1823 to 1855, was a Scottish Liberal politician, scientist and inventor ... Caithness was the son of Alexander Sinclair, 13th Earl of Caithness, and his wife Frances Harriet, daughter of the Very Reverend William Leigh, Dean of Hereford ... became extinct on the death of his son, George Sinclair, 15th Earl of Caithness ...
Sinclair Baronets
... baronetcies created for persons with the surname Sinclair, six in the Baronetage of Nova Scotia and one in the Baronetage of Great Britain ... The Sinclair Baronetcy, of Dunbeath in the County of Caithness, was created in the Baronetage of Nova Scotia on 3 January 1631 for John Sinclair ... The Sinclair Baronetcy, of Canisbay in the County of Caithness, was created in the Baronetage of Nova Scotia on 2 June 1631 for James Sinclair ...
James Sinclair (martial Artist) - History
... James Sinclair studied Karate from Sensei Alan White in Pitsea nr Basildon in Essex in the early 1970s before switching to Wing Chun ... James trained and taught in London for a Chinese teacher ... James Sinclair was responsible for overseeing most of the teaching for a number of years and has been responsible for starting the careers and many well known teachers and inspiring them to stay with Wing Chun ...

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