James Fisher

[Scottish secession church] James Fisher (1697 – 1775), was one of the founders of the Scottish Secession church. ==Life== Fisher was born on 23 January 1697 at Barr, Ayrshire, where his father, Thomas, was minister, studied at Glasgow University, and was ordained minister of Kinclaven, Perthshire, in 1725. In 1727 he married the daughter...
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James Fisher

[footballer] James Fisher (1876 – unknown) was a Scottish footballer. His regular position was as a forward. He was born in Stirling. He played for East Stirlingshire, St Bernard`s, Aston Villa, King`s Park, and Manchester United. ...
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James Fisher

[actor] James Fisher (b. 20 April 1972 Walthamstow, London) is an actor. The youngest of three brothers, he is the son of June and Les Fisher. He studied acting at the London Drama School (Film and Television) and was also educated in screen acting at the Drill Hall. He has been seen in the award winning UK horror film The Zombie Diaries pl...
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James Fisher

[president] James Lee Fisher (born June 2, 1931) was the ninth president of Towson State University (now Towson University). Fisher was born and educated in Illinois. He came to Towson with considerable experience at various levels of university administration. Dr. Fisher was a fairly active president and left a significant imprint on the u...
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James Fisher

[physician] James Fisher (before 1776 – June 26, 1822) was a physician and political figure in Lower Canada. He was probably born in Scotland and came to the Province of Quebec in 1776 as an aide at the military hospital at Quebec City. In 1783, he was named garrison surgeon. In 1787, he proposed that a medical board be set up to qualify ...
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James Fisher

[Manitoba politician] James Fisher (November 6, 1840 – March 8, 1927) was a politician in Manitoba, Canada. He may have served as leader of the parliamentary opposition in the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba for a brief period in the mid-1890s. Born at Glenquaich in Perthshire, Scotland, Fisher moved to Canada West (now Ontario) in his y...
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James Fisher

[naturalist] James Maxwell McConnell Fisher (3 September 1912 – 25 September 1970) was a British author, editor, broadcaster, naturalist and ornithologist. He was also a leading authority on Gilbert White and made over 1,000 radio and television broadcasts on natural history subjects. Fisher was the son of Kenneth Fisher, (also a keen orn...
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