• James Hall

    James Hall

    James Hall is an Canadian soccer player from Mississauga who plays as a defender.

  • Hall, James

  • James Hall

    James Hall may refer to:

  • James Hall (singer)

    James Vincent Hall (born January 2, 1968, in Harris County, Texas) is an American rock singer and guitarist best known for his gothic-style lyrics, distinctive voice, eccentric behavior and eclectic compositions.

  • James Hall (historian)

    James Hall (20 February 1846 – 6 October 1914) was an English antiquary, historian and schoolteacher, best known for his history of the Cheshire town of Nantwich, which remains among the principal sources for the town's history. He also edited accounts of the English Civil War and documents relating to Combermere Abbey. Another work on the history of Combermere Abbey, Newhall and Wrenbury was never published; its manuscript has been lost. Hall is commemorated in Nantwich in several ways, including a street named for him.

  • James Hall Transport Museum

    James Hall Transport Museum

    James Hall Transport Museum is located in Johannesburg South Africa.It is largest transport museum in Africa.It is a museum that aims to preserve and promote the history of over 400 years of transport in South Africa in particular and Africa in general. It was established in 1964 by Jimmie Hall.

  • Woodrow Wilson Hall (James Madison University)

    Woodrow Wilson Hall (James Madison University)

    Woodrow Wilson Hall (also known as Wilson Hall) is an American building on the campus of James Madison University (JMU) located on the center of the university's quadrangle in Harrisonburg, Virginia. Dedicated on 15 May 1931, the building's namesake is President Woodrow Wilson, who was born in nearby Staunton.

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