James Moore

[furniture designer] James Moore (c. 1670 - October 1726) was an 18th-century cabinet maker in London who worked for George I. He was in partnership with John Gumley from 1714. As royal cabinet-maker he supplied walnut and mahogany furniture for the royal household, the royal yacht, and the king`s servants and mistresses, as well as the ric...
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James Moore

[fencer] James Moore (August 30, 1890 – October 28, 1971) was an American fencer. He competed in the individual épée event at the 1912 Summer Olympics. ...
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James Moore

[Continental Army officer] United States of America | branch = Continental Army | serviceyears = 1758–1763, 1771, 1775–1777 | rank = Brigadier General | servicenumber = | unit = | commands = Moore served in the colonial militia during the French and Indian War, and commanded the colonial governor`s artillery at the Battle of Alamance, w...
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James Moore

[boxer] James Moore born in Arklow, County Wicklow, Ireland, is a professional boxer. Moore currently fights in the Light Middleweight division although he fought as a welterweight during his amateur career. ==Amateur titles== Moore boxed as an amateur for Ireland and won three national senior titles and a bronze medal at the 2001 World Ama...
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James Moore

[biographer] James Richard Moore, historian of science at the Open University and the University of Cambridge and visiting scholar at Harvard University, is noted as the author of several biographies of Charles Darwin. As a Cambridge research scholar and a member of the teaching staff at the Open University, he has studied and written about...
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James Moore

[cyclist] James Moore (14 January 1849 – 17 July 1935) was an English bicycle racer. He is popularly regarded as the winner of the first official cycle race in the world in 1868 at St-Cloud, Paris, although this claim seems to be erroneous. In 1869 he won the world`s first road race Paris–Rouen sponsored by Le Vélocipède Illustré and...
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