James Taylor (disambiguation)


James Taylor (disambiguation)

James Taylor may refer to:

Musicians

* James Taylor (born 1948), American singer-songwriter and guitarist
* James Taylor Quartet, led by the British acid jazz musician James Taylor
* James "J.T." Taylor, a lead singer with the band Kool & the Gang
* James S. Taylor, of the UK house band Swayzak

portsmen

*Candy Jim Taylor (James Allen Taylor), player/manager in Negro league baseball
*Zack Taylor (baseball) (James Wren Taylor), player/manager in Major league baseball
*James Taylor (cyclist), British track cyclist, see British National Circuit Race Championships
* James Taylor (cricketer) English cricketer
* James Taylor (driver) (born 1955), British race car driver, see 1998 International Formula 3000 season

Politicians

*James A. Taylor, Ontario legislator who represented the Prince Edward—Lennox district
*James Davis Taylor, a Canadian Member of Parliament
*James Taylor (New Mexico politician), a New Mexico State Senator
* James Willis Taylor, US congressman from Tennessee

Others

**"James Taylor" (album), his self-titled debut album
* James Taylor (Alamo defender) (c. 1814–1836), soldier
* James Taylor, Jr. (Exclusive Brethren) (1899–1970), New York leader of the Raven-Taylor Exclusive Brethren assemblies
* James Taylor, Jr. (Kentucky) (c. 1769–1848), American Quartermaster General, War of 1812, founder of Newport, Kentucky
* James Allen Taylor, United States Army officer and Medal of Honor recipient
* James Arnold Taylor, US voice actor
* Sir James Braid Taylor, governor of the Reserve Bank of India
* James Hudson Taylor, British Protestant Christian missionary to China, founder of the China Inland Mission (aka OMF Intl.)
* James R. Taylor, professor emeritus of organizational communication at the Université de Montréal
* James Taylor (Ceylon), Tea Planting pioneer in Sri Lanka

ee also

*Jamie Taylor, footballer
*Jim Taylor (disambiguation)


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