James Booth

(1806—1878) mathematician and educationist

'James Booth' can also refer to...

James Booth (1797—1880) civil servant

Booth, James Curtis

James Charles Booth (1703—1778) lawyer

BOOTH, James William (died 1953), Artist

BOOTH, James William (born 1867), Painter

Booth, James Charles (bap. 1703, d. 1778), lawyer

Booth, James (1806-1878), mathematician and educationist

Booth, James (1796/1797-1880), civil servant

To James Booth, Paris, 4 May 1860

BOOTH, James Scripps (born 1888), Painter, sculptor

BOOTH, Alan James (born 1955), a Circuit Judge, since 2009

Roberts, J[ames] B[ooth] (1818–1901)

BOOTH, James (1914 - 2000), a Circuit Judge (formerly a County Court Judge), 1969–84

MILBURN, James Booth (1860 - 1923), Editor of The Tablet since April 1920

J.B. & J.B., BIOGRAPHERSPhilip Larkin Life, Art and Love. By James Booth

CLARKE, Horace (William) (1883 - 1963), Chairman, James Booth & Co. Ltd, 1953 (Managing Director, 1922–58); Founder Member, Aluminium Industry Council, 1954

W. James Booth. Communities of Memory: On Witness, Identity, and Justice. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. 2006. Pp. xv, 247. $42.50

STEPHENS, James Henry (1862 - 1937), Chairman Booths Distilleries Ltd (retired 1937), and of Carlton and Ritz Hotels Ltd, Colonial Wharves Ltd, Meux’s Brewery Company Ltd; Director of Yorkshire Insurance Company Limited, etc.; Member of Council of London Chamber of Commerce

BOOTH, William James (1939 - 2009), Sub-Dean of Her Majesty’s Chapels Royal, Deputy Clerk of the Closet, Sub-Almoner and Domestic Chaplain to The Queen, 1991–2007; Prebendary, St Paul’s Cathedral, 2000–07

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