James of St George

(c. 1250—1308)

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James of St George (fl1261)

St George, James of (c.1250–1308)

St George, James [known as Master James of St George] (d. 1306x1309), military engineer

James of St George (died 1309), mason, military engineer

VIVIAN, James Antony (born 1974), Director of Music, St George’s Chapel, Windsor, since 2013

RAMSON, John Luce (1870 - 1944), HCF; Archdeacon of Surrey, Jamaica, since 1933; Rector St George’s Church 1907; Rural Dean of Kingston; Canon of St James’ Cathedral, 1921

LAMBLE, George Edwin (1877 - 1939), Archdeacon of Carlton, 1927; Canon of St Paul’s Cathedral, Melbourne, since 1923; Missioner of the Mission of St James and St John since 1925

316 From James Clark in [St George in the East] London to the overseers of St Botolph, Colchester, 9 July 1819

FISHER, James Atherton (1909 - 2001), Canon of St George’s, Windsor, 1958–78, Treasurer, 1962–77

MacALISTER, Randal George Leslie (1941 - 2009), Dean of St Andrews, Dunkeld and Dunblane, 1998–2006; Rector, St Kessog’s, Auchterarder and St James’, Muthill, 1998–2006

MATHEW, Charles James (1872 - 1923), KC 1913; MP (Lab) Whitechapel and St George’s Division of Stepney, since 1922; Member London County Council (P) St George’s in the East, 1910–19; Alderman since 1919

ANSON, George Henry Greville (died 1898), Rector of St James’s Birch, Manchester; Ex-Archdeacon of Manchester

PAPOULIAS, George Dimitrios (1927 - 2009), Commander, Order of Phoenix; Order of George I; Greek Ambassador to the Court of St James’s and (non-resident) to Iceland, 1990–93

HANAUER, James Edward (1850 - 1938), Hon. Canon, St George’s Cathedral, Jerusalem since 1913; Missionary of Church Missions to Jews, Jerusalem; Correspondent-Member of the Archaeological Institute of Germany

SEFERIADES, George (died 1971), Ambassador (Greece); Poet (pen-name George Seferis); Grand Cross Order of Phœnix; Ambassador of Greece to the Court of St James’s, June 1957–August 1962

BLACK, James Macdougall (1879 - 1949), Chaplain to the King in Scotland since 1942; Minister of St George’s West, Church of Scotland, Edinburgh, since 1921

188 From Sarah and David Rivenall in [St George in the East] London to James Read, vestry clerk of Chelmsford, 28 March 1826

211 From Mercy Poole in [St George, Hanover Square] London to [James] Read, overseer of Chelmsford, 12 February 1827

JOHNSTON, William (Ernest George) (1884 - 1951), DL City of Belfast, 1951; Director James Johnston & Co. Ltd, 34 Donegall St, Belfast, Flax Merchants


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In 1278 Edward I recruited a Savoyard master mason, James of St George, into his service. James is known to have worked at Yverdon and elsewhere for the Count ...

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