John James Bagshaw (25 December 1885 – 25 August 1966) was an English football player who spent the majority of his career with Derby County. He also represented the English national side. He was a defender who could play anywhere along the half-back line. Bagshaw was born in Derby, and went on t...
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James Benn Bradshaw
James Benn Bradshaigh Bradshaw (22 September 1832 – 1 September 1886) was a 19th century Member of Parliament in the Otago Region of New Zealand. ==Private life== He was born in Barton Blount, South Derbyshire, England, the son of a clergyman. He was a gold prospector and miner in Australia befor...
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James Birkinshaw (born 6 March 1980 in Sheffield, England) is a professional speedway rider for Birmingham Brummies. ...
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James Blackshaw is a Hastings-based guitarist and pianist, born in 1981. Blackshaw primarily plays an acoustic 12 string guitar and has been compared to Bert Jansch, Robbie Basho, John Fahey, Jack Rose, and Leo Kottke. To enable his fingerstyle playing, Blackshaw has grown long picklike fingernails...
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[actor] James Bradshaw, born 20 March 1976 in Stamford, Lincolnshire in England, is a British actor best known for playing Gordon Grimley in the popular Granada TV series The Grimleys, which ran for three series from 1999 (following the pilot in 1997). Bradshaw trained at the Birmingham Coll...
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[MP] James Bradshaw (15 April 1786 – 4 March 1847) was a British Tory and later Conservative Party politician. He sat as Member of Parliament (MP) for Brackley from 1825 to 1832, for Berwick-upon-Tweed from 1835 to 1837 and for Canterbury from 1837 to 1847. ...
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[minister] James Bradshaw (1636 ?-1702), was an English clergyman and ejected minister. ==Life== James Bradshaw was related to the Bradshaws of Haigh, near Wigan, the elder and royalist branch of the family. He was born at Hacken in the parish of Bolton, Lancashire, about 1636. He was educat...
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[Jacobite] James Bradshaw (1717–1746), was a Jacobite rebel. Bradshaw was born in 1717, was the only child of a well-to-do Roman catholic in trade at Manchester. He was educated at the free school, and learned some classics there. About 1734 he was bound apprentice to Mr. Charles Worral, a...
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[1613-1685] James Bradshaw (1613-1685) was an English clergyman and ejected minister. James Bradshaw was born at Darcy Lever, near Bolton, Lancashire, and educated at Brasenose College, Oxford. He was presbyterian rector of Wigan, who in 1644 encouraged the siege of Lathom House by sermons f...
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[cricketer, born 1906] James William Montgomery Bradshaw (23 November 1906 – 5 December 1938) was an English cricketer. Bradshaw was a left-handed batsman who was a right-arm bowler, although his bowling style is unknown. He was born in Oakham, Rutland. He made his first-class debut for Le...
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James Antony Brayshaw (born 11 May 1967) is a former state cricketer and now Australian television and radio personality. As a cricketer he was known as Jamie Brayshaw. He is the son of former Western Australian cricketer and Australian rules footballer Ian Brayshaw, and the brother of Mark Braysha...
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James Grimshaw (1798–1857) was an Irish naturalist in the early 19th century. Born in County Antrim, Grimshaw worked in his family`s linen business. He married Mary Templeton, a daughter of the Irish botanist John Templeton. Grimshaw was interested mainly botany and wrote numerous scientific pape...
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James Kershaw (1795 – 1864) was a British cotton mill owner and Liberal MP, associated with the Anti-Corn Law League. He rose from being a clerk for the cotton-spinning company of Lees, Millington & Cullender, of Manchester, to a partner and then head of Kershaw, Lees & Sidebottom, mill owners of...
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James Pearson Shaw
James Pearson Shaw (January 24, 1867 – December 9, 1946)) was a political figure in British Columbia. He represented Kamloops in the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia from 1909 to 1916 as a Conservative. He was born in Glanbrook Township, Ontario, the son of Thomas Shaw and Mary Jane Choat...
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[cricketer] James Shaw (12 March 1865 – 22 January 1921) was an English first-class cricketer, who played three matches for Yorkshire County Cricket Club in 1896 and 1897. Born in Linthwaite, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England, Shaw was a slow left arm orthodox spin bowler, who took seven wi...
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[musician] James Shaw (sometimes credited as Jimmy Shaw) is the lead guitarist of the popular Canadian indie rock band Metric, and also a member of Broken Social Scene. He was born in London, England and raised in Bellevue, Ontario. He met Metric bandmate Emily Haines in Toronto, and the two...
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[Canadian politician] James Shaw (1798 – February 6, 1878) was a businessman and political figure in Canada West and Ontario. He was born in New Ross, Ireland in 1798 and was educated in Dublin. He came to Upper Canada in 1820. He served as a clerk for the settlements at Lanark-on-Clyde an...
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[mayor] James Shaw (1846–1910) was Mayor of Adelaide from 1888 to 1889. James Shaw arrived in South Australia in 1864. Builder and contractor; Councillor for the Young Ward. ...
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[artist] James Shaw (1815–1881), was a topographical artist and early colonist of South Australia. ==James Shaw`s art== Some of James Shaw`s works from the 1860s: ...
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[athlete] James Shaw is a paralympic athlete from Canada competing mainly in category F38 throwing events. Jamesx has competed in three Paralympics. In 1996 he won gold in both the F34/37 discus and shot and bronze in the javelin. For the 2000 Summer Paralympics he concentrated on the discus...
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James Trubshaw (13 February 1777 – 28 October 1853) was an English builder, architect and civil engineer. His civil engineering works include the construction of the Grosvenor Bridge in Chester, Cheshire, then the longest stone span. He also pioneered the technique of underexcavation with the str...
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