James Grant

James Grant

James Grant may refer to:

*James Grant (British army officer) (1720–1806), British General in Revolutionary War
*James Grant (navigator) (1772–1833), British Naval Officer, Australian explorer
*James Grant (Waterloo) (1778-1852), British Major-General who fought at Waterloo
*James Grant (newspaper editor) (1802-1879), British newspaper editor
*James Grant (politician) (1812–1891), U.S. political leader in Iowa
*James Macpherson Grant (1822–1885), Victoria (Australia) politician
*James Grant (author) (1822-1887), Edinburgh-born author and historian
*James Augustus Grant (1827–1892), Scottish explorer in east Africa
*James Benton Grant (1848–1911), U.S. Governor of Colorado
*Sir James Augustus Grant, 1st Baronet (1867–1932), British Conservative Member of Parliament
*James Grant (officer of arms) (1903–1981), Scottish officer of arms
*James P. Grant (1922–1995), Executive Director of UNICEF (UN children's fund)
*James Grant (artist) (1924-1997), California painter and sculptor
*Mudcat Grant (born 1936), Major League Baseball pitcher
*James Andrew Grant (born 1937), Canadian lawyer
*James W. Grant (born 1943), U.S. Congressman from Florida
*James Grant (journalist) (born 1960), journalist, writer, author
*Jim Grant (baseball) (1894-1985), Major League Baseball pitcher
*James L. Grant (born 1955), US Navy Chief Petty Officer

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  • James Grant — ist der Name folgender Personen: James Grant, 8. Baronet (1738–1811), schottischer Adliger und Politiker James Grant (Seefahrer) (1772–1833), britischer Seefahrer und Entdecker James Alexander Grant (1831–1920), kanadischer Arzt und Politiker… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • James Grant — (1720 1806) fue un general del ejército británico que luchó en las Guerras Franco india y de Independencia de Estados Unidos. Fue gobernador de la Florida española entre 1763 y 1771, cuando ésta estuvo en manos inglesas. Contenido 1 Primeros años …   Wikipedia Español

  • James Grant — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Grant. James Grant (1772 1833) était un officier de la marine britannique. Il a effectué plusieurs expéditions en Australie et en Tasmanie, dont il a cartographié une partie des côtes. Il est l auteur du nom… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • James Grant (author) — James Grant s Old And New Edinburgh, published in 1880 James Grant (1822–1887) was a Scottish author. Grant was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, and was a distant relation of Sir Walter Scott. He was a prolific author, writing some 90 books,… …   Wikipedia

  • James Grant (British Army officer) — James Grant, Laird of Ballindalloch (1720 1806) was a major general in the British Army during the American Revolutionary War. He served as Governor of East Florida from 1763 to 1771.Early careerGrant was born on the family estate of… …   Wikipedia

  • James Grant (navigator) — James Grant (1772 11 November 1833) was a British Royal Navy officer and navigator in the early nineteenth century. He made several voyages to Australia and Tasmania, and was the first to map parts of the Australian coast. Grant was baptized on 6 …   Wikipedia

  • James Grant Duff — James Cunningham (or Cunninghame) Grant Duff (born July 8, 1789 in Banff, Scotland; died September 23, 1858) was an Indian soldier and statesman.James Grant Duff joined the army of the East India Company, at sixteen years of age. He played a role …   Wikipedia

  • James Grant (artist) — James Grant (May 25 1924 – August 14, 1997) was a painter and sculptor most active from the late 1950s into the early 1970s. Best known for his sculptural work in plastics, this work by no means defined him, but was rather a natural endpoint of… …   Wikipedia

  • James Grant (journalist) — James Grant (born June 12 in Portland, Oregon) is a former West Coast Bureau Chief of Life Magazine and a prominent celebrity journalist.BiographyHe began his career at Time/Life in 1983 as a Special Correspondent for People Magazine reporting… …   Wikipedia

  • James Grant (newspaper editor) — James Grant (1802, Elgin, Moray – May 23, 1879, London) was a British newspaper editorGrant helped to found the Elgin Courier in 1827, editing it until 1833. Moving to London, he worked on the Standard , the Morning Chronicle and the Morning… …   Wikipedia

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