James Kerr

[fencer] James Kerr (born 17 August 1940) is a fencer from the United States Virgin Islands. He competed in the individual épée event at the 1984 Summer Olympics. ...
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James Kerr

[footballer] James Kerr (died 18 February 1933) was an English association football manager. During his nine-year career as a manager, he coached Walsall, Coventry City and Norwich City. ...
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James Kerr

[Pennsylvania] James Kerr was a Member of the United States House of Representatives and later the Clerk of the United States House of Representatives. ==Biography== Kerr was born in Reedsville, Mifflin County, Pennsylvania, October 2, 1851; resided in Blair County until 1864; moved to Clearfield in 1867; pursued an academic course. He was ...
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James Kerr

[Texas] James Kerr (September 24, 1790 – December 23, 1850) was a doctor, politician, Senator in Missouri, soldier, surveyor and Congressman in Texas who was active in the establishment of the Republic of Texas. ==Early life and family== Kerr was born near Danville, Kentucky, the son of a Baptist minister. Reared in Missouri, Kerr fought ...
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James Kerr

[New Zealand politician] James Kerr (1834 – 25 August 1901) was a member of the New Zealand Legislative Council from 15 October 1892 to 14 October 1899; and 15 October 1899 to 25 August 1901, when he died. He was appointed by the Liberal Government. He was from Greymouth. ==References == ...
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