James Finlayson

[minister] James Finlayson, D.D. (1758–1808), was a Scottish minister in the Church of Scotland. ==Life== Finlayson was born on 15 February 1758, at Nether Cambushenie, in the parish of Dunblane, Perthshire, where his ancestors had been settled for several centuries. He made rapid progress at school, and began his studies in the Universit...
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James Finlayson

[politician] James Finlayson (1823 – 17 February 1903) was a British Liberal Party politician. Finlayson was elected as the Member of Parliament (MP) for East Renfrewshire in the 1885 general election, but did not stand again at the 1886 election. Finlayson died at the age of 80. ...
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James Finlayson

James Finlayson was a Scottish actor. He was born in 1877 and died in 1953.
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James Finlayson

[actor] James Henderson `Jimmy` Finlayson (27 August 1887 – 9 October 1953) was a Scottish actor who worked in both silent and sound comedies. Bald, with a fake moustache, Finlayson had many trademark comic mannerisms and is famous for his squinting, outraged, `double take and fade away` head reaction, and characteristic expression `d`ooo...
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James Finlayson

[industrialist] James Finlayson (29 August 1772? -?1852) was a Scottish Quaker who, in effect, brought the Industrial Revolution to Tampere, Finland. James Finlayson was probably born 1772 in Glasgow, Scotland and became a self-trained engineer. He moved, in 1817, to St. Petersburg to found a textile factory with the backing of the tsar Ale...
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James Finlayson

[surgeon] James Finlayson (22 November 1840 – 9 October 1906) was a Scottish surgeon, physician, and prolific writer on medical and historical topics. ==Life== Born in Glasgow, Finlayson was third son and fourth child of the seven children of Thomas Finlayson, a manufacturer, and Georgina Campbell, the daughter of an army surgeon in India...
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