James O`Brien

[1695–1771] Hon. James O`Brien (1701 – 18 December 1771) was an Irish nobleman and politician. ==Life== James O`Brien was the son of William O`Brien, 3rd Earl of Inchiquin, and his wife, Mary Villiers. He was born in 1701 at Inchiquin, County Clare. Not long after his birth, his family relocated to Charleville, County Cork. He married M...
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James O`Brien

[New Brunswick politician] James O`Brien (1824 – July 8, 1922) was a blacksmith and political figure in New Brunswick, Canada. He represented Charlotte County in the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick from 1892 to 1903 as a Liberal member. He was born in Windsor, Nova Scotia, the son of John O`Brien, an Irish immigrant, and Susan Sivew...
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James O`Brien

[hurler] James O`Brien (born 1983 in Bruree, County Limerick) is an Irish sportsperson. He plays hurling with his local club Bruree and has been a member of the Limerick and Kerry senior inter-county teams at various times since 2003. In 2007 he helped Tralee IT win the Ryan Cup and won a Higher Education All Star the only player outside th...
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James O`Brien

[New Zealand politician] James O`Brien (8 June 1874 – 28 September 1947) was a New Zealand politician of the Labour Party. ==Biography== O`Brien was born at Forest Creek, near Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia. He represented the Westland electorate in Parliament from the {NZ election link|1922}, when he defeated Tom Seddon.{sfn|Scholefiel...
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James O`Brien

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James O`Brien

[Canadian politician] James O`Brien (August 3, 1836 – May 28, 1903) was a Canadian merchant, wholesaler, and politician. Born in Aughnagar, County Tyrone, Ireland, O`Brien was educated there and moved to Canada in 1850. In 1858, he started business in the wholesale clothing and dry goods trade in Montreal. He retired from that business in...
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James O`Brien

[radio presenter] James Edward O`Brien (born 13 January 1972) is a British radio presenter and journalist who is one of the presenters on London talk station LBC 97.3, presenting on weekdays between 10am and 1pm, hosting a phone-in discussion of current affairs and news, views and real-life experiences. He was educated at the independent Am...
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James O`Brien

[U.S. Congressman] James O`Brien (March 13, 1841 – March 5, 1911) of New York City, born in Ireland, was a U.S. Representative from New York from 1879 to 1881. O`Brien was born in Ireland in County Kings (since renamed). He attended the common schools, then immigrated to the United States in 1861. O`Brien served as alderman of New York Ci...
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James O`Brien

[piper] James O`Brien (1823–85), Irish piper. O`Brien was born in Swinford, County Mayo. He was friendly with Piper Cribben, and became his pupil, and was acquainted with Patrick Walsh (piper). He was neither blind nor lame, but took up music for the sheer love of it. However, after emigrating to England, he was suffered a spinal injury w...
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James O`Brien

[oceanographer] James O`Brien is the emeritus Robert O. Lawton Professor of Meteorology and Oceanography at Florida State University. He believes sea levels are rising but predicts a more modest {Convert|18|in|cm|adj=on} rise instead of {Convert|6|ft} by 2100 targeted by some other scientists. He stated that `sea level in Florida is going t...
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