James Webb

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James, Jim or Jimmy Webb may refer to:


Public service[edit]

  • James Webb (Royal Navy officer) (died 1761), Commodore Governor for the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador for 1760
  • J. B. Webb (James B. Webb, 1929–2009), influential in shaping Australia's international relations and aid during the 1950s, 60s and 70s
  • James E. Webb (1906–1992), American official, the second Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
  • Jim Webb (born 1946), former Senator from Virginia, former U.S. Secretary of the Navy, and 2016 Presidential candidate
  • James H. Webb (jurist), early 20th century Yale University lecturer in law; cowrote Outlines of Criminal Law with Courtney Kenny
  • James L. Webb, early 20th century North Carolina judge and "prominent politician", a brother of Edwin Y. Webb and the father-in-law of Oliver Max Gardner
  • James Watson Webb (1802–1884), American newspaper publisher and New York politician
  • Jim Webb (Canadian politician), founding member of the New Brunswick Confederation of Regions Party
  • James Webb (1792–1856), Attorney General in the Republic of Texas, Secretary of State for the State of Texas
  • James Webb (Australian politician) (1887–1939), member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly
  • James C. Webb, member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives


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