James Brady (disambiguation)

James Brady (disambiguation)

James Brady may refer to:

* James Brady (born 1940), the White House Press Secretary who was shot alongside President Ronald Reagan
* James Dennis Brady (1843-1900), American Civil War officer and U.S. Representative from Virginia
* James Brady (Medal of Honor recipient) (d. 1904), an American Civil War soldier
* James Buchanan Brady (1856–1917), a.k.a. Diamond Jim Brady, a prominent U.S. financier
* James H. Brady (1862–1918), a United States Senator from Idaho
* James M. Brady, the editor of the "Washington Post" Online
* Jim Brady (singer), musician; member of The Sandpipers
* James P. Brady (1908-1967), Canadian Metis Political Leader
* Jim Brady (baseball coach) holds the UM-St. Louis record for most wins by a baseball coach. He has led two teams to the College World Series
*Jim Brady (quarterback)
*James Brady (SS), Irishman who fought for the SS during World War II
* Jim Brady, a comic book artist who worked on the second volume of "Inquisitor Ascendant"


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