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James Fleming

(1534—1558) courtier and nobleman


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James Fleming (1830—1908) Church of England clergyman

James Fleming (1681—1751) army officer

James E. Fleming

Fleming, James (d. 1751), army officer

To “James Fleming”, 8 December 1840

FLEMING, Charles James (1839 - 1904), KC

FLEMING, James George Grant (1895 - 1978), retired

Fleming, James, fourth Lord Fleming (1533/1534-1558), courtier and nobleman

Fleming, James (1830-1908), Church of England clergyman

james dougal fleming (ed.) The Invention of Discovery, 1500–1700.

WALLACE, (James) Fleming (born 1931), QC (Scot) 1985; Counsel to Scottish Law Commission, 1979–93

GIBSON FLEMING, James Randolf (born 1958), Vice Lord-Lieutenant of Dorset, since 2006

BOYD, James Fleming (1920 - 2000), Member, Civil Service Appeal Board, 1984–90

FLEMING, Herbert James (1873 - 1926), Chaplain to the Forces, 1st class

FLEMING, James (1841 - 1922), late Collector of Customs, London and Chief Registrar of Shipping; retired, 1906

Historical Perspectives on Climate Change. By James Rodger Fleming. New York: Oxford University Press, 1998. xi + 194 pp. Illustrations, notes, bibliography, index. $45.00

FLEMING-SANDES, Alfred James Terence (1894 - 1961), Artists’ Rifles and late Lieutenant, 2nd Battalion East Surrey Regiment

COWPERTHWAITE, John James (1915 - 2006), International Adviser to Jardine Fleming & Co. Ltd, Hong Kong, 1972–81; Financial Secretary, Hong Kong, 1961–71

KNOX, James Richard Dunsmuir (born 1952), Managing Director, The Art Newspaper, since 2005; Director, Fleming Wyfold Art Foundation, since 2015

 
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