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Anderson, James (Journalist) (16)

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Dombrowski, James A. (James Anderson), 1897-1983 (27)

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Anderson, James R. (James Robertson), 1811-1895 (24)

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Epithet: actor and dramatist Alexander Caulfield Anderson (10 March 1814-8 May 1884) was a Hudson's Bay Company fur-trader, explorer of British Columbia and civil servant. He was grandson of the Scottish botanist Dr James Anderson. A.C. Anderson was father to the British Columbia botanist and Deputy Minister of Agriculture, James Robert Anderson (1841-1930).

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Anderson, J. M. (James McMurry), 1926- (34)

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Epithet: of Strathbogie, Officer to Lord Huntley James Anderson was born on 15 January 1812 in Calcutta, India. In 1831, he left Britain to join the Hudson's Bay Company as an apprentice, later serving as a chief factor in charge of the Mackenzie River District between 1851 and 1855. In 1855, he was invited to lead the British Franklin Search Expedition [Hudson's Bay Company], organized by the company on receipt of John Rae's report of his discovery of Franklin relics in...

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Anderson, James Patton, 1822-1873 (15)

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Born Franklin County, Tenn.; first territorial delegate to Congress from Washington; brigadier general, Confederate Army. James Patton Anderson (1822-1873), native of Tennessee, was a politician in Mississippi and Florida, Mexican War officer, federal officer in the Washington Territory, and Confederate congressman and general. James Patton Anderson was a 19th century American doctor and politician, most notable serving as a United States Delegate f...

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Anderson, James, approximately 1740-1809 (11)

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Entry in D.G. Crawford, 'Role of the Indian Medical Service, 1615-1930' (London: W. Thacker & Co.,1930): 1762. Madras. 125. Anderson, James. Had served in Marine Service. Locally appointed. Name in Dictionary of National Biography. Born 17 January 1738. Doctor of Medicine [M.D.] Edinburgh 17-. Surgeon Mate, afterwards Surgeon 'Drake' 1759-61; Surgeon of 'Essex' 1762. Appointed Surgeon Madras Army, in 1762, for service in Manilla expedition;...

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Anderson, James, active 1781-1783, Lieutenant (13)

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Epithet: Lieutenant

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Chalmers, James Anderson, 1942-... (7)

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Epithet: Lieutenant -Colonel Epithet: of Egerton MS 2660 Epithet: of Add MS 22903

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Anderson, James, 1739-1808 (7)

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Scottish economist and writer on agriculture. Scotland resident and author. Scottish economist.

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Anderson, James Nesbitt (5)

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James Nesbitt Anderson was the first Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and the first Dean of the Graduate School at the University of Florida. He received a Bachelors of Literature from the University of Virginia in 1886 as well as a Master of Arts in 1887. He did graduate work in several institutions in the United States and Europe and received his Ph. D. in Greek, Latin, and Sanskrit from Johns Hopkins in 1894. He became professor of Greek at Florida State College (Tallahassee) in 19...

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