James Campbell

James Campbell

James Campbell can refer to:

*Sir James Campbell (Mayor), ironmonger and Lord Mayor of London
* Sir James Campbell, 2nd Baronet of Ardkinglass
* James Campbell, 1st Baron Glenavy (1851–1931)
* James Campbell (Postmaster General) (1812-1893), Postmaster General of the United States under President Franklin Pierce
* James Campbell (shipmaster) (1825-1903), Scottish-New Zealand ship's captain
* James Campbell (industrialist) (1826-1900), Hawaii industrialist
* James Archibald Campbell (1862-1934), founder of Campbell University in North Carolina
* James E. Campbell (1843-1924), Democratic politician from Ohio
* James Hepburn Campbell (1820–1895), U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania
* James R. Campbell (1853-1924), U.S. Representative from Illinois
* James Edwin Campbell (poet) (1867-1896), African American poet, editor, writer and educator
* James Campbell (comedian), children's comedian working in the UK
* James L. Campbell (born c. 1950), American soldier
* James Campbell (clarinetist)
* James U. Campbell (1866–1937), 25th Chief Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court
* Blind James Campbell (born 1906), American blues singer and guitarist
* James P. Campbell (fl. 2000s), President and CEO of GE Consumer & Industrial
*James Campbell (rugby)

See also

* Jim Campbell (disambiguation)
* James Campbell High School, Hawai'i

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