James McDonald

[Tasmanian politician] James McDonald (12 January 1877 – 17 October 1947) was Australian Labor Party Member of the Tasmania House of Assembly for the electorate of Bass from 26 June 1915, when he was successful at a by-election, until his defeat at the election held on 26 June 1915. McDonald was elected to the Tasmanian Legislative Counci...
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James McDonald

[Irish politician] James McDonald was a nationalist politician in Northern Ireland. At the Northern Ireland local elections, 1973, he won a seat on Craigavon Borough Council in the `A` area as an independent. He subsequently joined the Social Democratic and Labour Party, holding his seat in 1977 and 1981. In 1979/80, he served as Deputy May...
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James McDonald

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James McDonald

[Victorian Labor politician] James McDonald (13 August 1889 – 11 January 1938) was an Australian politician. Born in Wallan, Victoria, to storekeeper John Roderick McDonald and Marion Frances Menere, he grew up in Wallan and farmed in the Kyneton-Woodend area from 1910. During World War I he served for two years with the Australian Imperi...
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James McDonald

[writer] James McDonald is a mathematician and non-fiction writer. He was educated at University College, Oxford. He holds an MA from Oxford University and an MSc from Sussex University in the UK, and was elected a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society in London in 1990. He is a life member of the British Humanist Association. He has tra...
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