James Lindsay

James Lindsay

James Lindsay may refer to:

*James Ludovic Lindsay, 26th Earl of Crawford, 9th Earl of Balcarres (1847–1913), Victorian astronomer and politician
*"James Lindsay", erroneous 17th-century reference to David Lindsay, 1st Earl of Crawford
*James Lindsay (British Army officer) (1815–1874), British Conservative Member of Parliament for Wigan
*James Louis Lindsay (1906–1997), British Conservative Member of Parliament
*Jamie Lindsay, association football player
*James Lindsay, Provost of Lincluden, Keepers of the Privy Seal of Scotland 1463-67
*James M. Lindsay, American academic and foreign policy specialist
*James J. Lindsay, U.S. Army general
*James G. Lindsay, Ultimate Fighting Championship
*Hon. James Lindsay, Page of Honour to Queen Elisabeth 2004-2008

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