Sir James Creed (c. 1695-7 February 1762) was an English merchant and politician.
Creed was a merchant of London and a director of the Honourable East India Company. He was in business in the manufacture of white lead, for which he obtained a patent in December 1749. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in February, 1743.
Creed was buried at St Alphage, Greenwich where there is a marble monument in memory.
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