James Cowgill ( April 2, 1848 - January 20, 1922) was State Treasurer of Missouri from 1908 to 1912 and Kansas City, Missouri Mayor from 1918 until he died in office. He was born on a farm in Henry County, Indiana. He was in the Union Army with the 9th Indiana Infantry in 1864 to 1865. He moved to ...
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James E. Gill
Gill was born in Nelson, British Columbia. He started off attending the University of British Columbia, but completed his B.Sc. in Mining Engineering in 1921 at McGill University. He worked as a Mining Engineer for two years in British Columbia, before going on to Princeton University as a Proctor ...
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[cricketer] James Rupert Gill (24 September 1911 in Dublin, Ireland – 18 October 2000 in Dublin) was an Irish cricketer. A right-handed batsman, he played just once for the Ireland, a first-class match against the MCC in August 1948, scoring 106 in the Ireland first innings. He later serve...
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[artist] James Francis Gill (born 1934) is an American artist and one of the protagonists in the Pop-art movement. ==Background and education== 1934 Gill was born in Tahoka, Texas and grew up in San Angelo, Texas. His mother, an interior decorator and entrepreneur, encouraged her son to have...
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[columnist] ==Background== James Gill (born in the United Kingdom) is a graduate of the University of Liverpool who emigrated to the United States in 1977. Since 1986 he has been a columnist for the Times-Picayune in New Orleans, Louisiana. ==Times-Picayune columns== Like John Maginnis and J...
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James Macgill was a Scottish-born Canadian merchant. He was born in 1741 at Glasgow, Scotlandand died in 1813. He emigrated to Canada, and ultimately became one of the chief merchants in the city. He left property valued at 30,000 pounds, and 10,000 pounds in cash to found the university in Montreal...
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Sir James MacGill of Nether Rankeillour (died 1579) was a Scottish politician. In 1561, he was on the Privy Council of Mary, Queen of Scots and was her Lord Clerk Register in charge of archives. He is regarded as a representative of the Clan Makgill and though employed in the administration of Mary...
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James McGill (October 6, 1744–December 19, 1813) was a Scottish-Canadian businessman, military commander and philanthropist known for being the founder of McGill University. He was also a prominent member of the Château Clique. == Biography == James McGill was born on Stockwell Street in Glasgow...
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James R. Cargill
James Ray Cargill (1925-2006) was an American businessman born 9 October 1923. He is a descendent of William W. Cargill, who started with one grain elevator in post-Civil War Iowa. This company became known as Cargill, Inc., an agribusiness and trading giant that as of 2005 was the largest private ...
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