James Dundas

(1842—1879) army officer

'James Dundas' can also refer to...

Sir James Dundas (c. 1624—1679) presbyterian leader and judge

Sir James Whitley Deans Dundas (1785—1862) naval officer and politician

DUNDAS, James Colin (1883 - 1966)

HARFORD, James (Dundas) (1899 - 1993)

DUNDAS, Sidney James (1849 - 1904)

Dundas, James (1842-1879), army officer

DUNDAS, James Durham (1905 - 1967), DL; JP

James Dundas (c.1620–1679) on the Sixth Commandment

Dundas, Sir James, Lord Arniston (b. in or after 1619, d. 1679), presbyterian leader and judge

Dundas, Sir James Whitley Deans (1785-1862), naval officer and politician

Maitland, Sir Donald James Dundas (1922-2010), diplomatist and civil servant

WHITE, J(ames) Dundas (1866 - 1951), Barrister-at-law (Inner Temple)

DUNDAS, James Frederick Trevor (born 1950), Chairman, Jupiter Fund Management plc, 2008–14

CARMICHAEL, Claude Dundas James (1862 - 1915), an officer of Madras Police Force from 1883

MAITLAND, Donald (James Dundas) (1922 - 2010), Permanent Under-Secretary of State, Department of Energy, 1980–82; Visiting Professor, Bath University, since 2000

HAMILTON, (James) Dundas (born 1919), Chairman: Wates City of London Properties plc, 1984–94; LWT Pension Trustees Ltd, 1992–94

GRANT, James Dundas- (1854 - 1944), retired; Hon. Consultant in Aural Diseases to Ministry of Pensions; Consulting Surgeon (Throat and Ear), to Brompton Hospital for Consumption), Central London Nose, Throat, and Ear Hospital, The Cancer Hospital, West End Hospital for Diseases of the Nervous System, The Royal Freemasons Hospital, and The Sussex (Brighton) Throat and Ear Hospital; late Teacher of Laryngology and Otology, University of London; Vice-President, Royal Institution; Hon. Surgeon Royal Academy of Music; Hon. Admiral Surgeon to Royal Society of Musicians, Scottish Hospital and Caledonian Asylum; Surg.-Maj. (retired) 24th Middlesex (Post Office) Rifle Volunteers; Principal Medical Officer 6th Brigade, London Division National Reserve; Hon. member of American and Foreign Special Societies; late Aurist and Laryngologist, King George Military Hospital, Lord Knutsford’s Hospitals for Officers, New Zealand Military Hospital, Walton-on-Thames, Endsleigh Palace, and Russian Hospitals for Officers, etc., during European War, 1914–18

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