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Saint James or St. James may refer to:

Contents

1 People

1.1 Saints,

1.2 Surname,

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2 Railway stations,

3 Ships,

4 Churches,

5 Places

5.1 Australia,

5.2 Barbados,

5.3 Canada,

5.4 France,

5.5 Ireland,

5.6 Jamaica,

5.7 New Zealand,

5.8 Singapore,

5.9 South Africa,

5.10 Spain,

5.11 Trinidad and Tobago,

5.12 United Kingdom,

5.13 United States,

5.14 Vietnam,

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6 Other uses,

7 See also,

People:

Saints:

James the Just, brother of Jesus, considered the author of the Epistle of James in the New Testament, and the first bishop of Jerusalem,

James, son of Zebedee, apostle, brother of John the Apostle, sometimes called "James the Great",

James, son of Alphaeus, apostle (sometimes identified with James the Just),

James the Less, son of Clopas and Mary of Clopas, often identified with the son of Alphaeus,

Jacob of Nisibis, 4th century bishop,

James Intercisus, 5th century Persian, cut into pieces for expression of his beliefs,

James the Deacon, 7th century missionary to England,

Saint James Matamoros, 8th century Spanish legend,

One of the Ethiopian martyrs Abraham, Ethnus, Acrates, James, and John,

Blessed James Salomoni, Venetian priest and ascetic,

Surname:

Rebecca St. James (born 1977), Australian Christian pop and rock artist and actress,

Susan Saint James (born 1946), American actress and activist,

Railway stations:

Saint James station (disambiguation), several railway stations around the world,

Ships:

HMS St. James (D65), a Battle-class destroyer of the British Royal Navy, commissioned in 1946 and broken up in 1961,

Churches:

St. James' Church (disambiguation), several churches around the world,

Places:

Australia:

St James, Victoria,

St James, Western Australia,

Barbados:

Saint James, Barbados,

Canada:

St. James, Manitoba,

Fort St. James, British Columbia, a municipality,

Saint James Parish, New Brunswick,

France:

Saint-James, a village and commune in the Manche département,

Ireland:

St. James's Gate Brewery, located in Dublin, famous for the production of Guinness and the Guinness Storehouse attraction,

Jamaica:

Saint James Parish, Jamaica,

New Zealand:

St James Station, New Zealand, a former high country station which is now conservation land,

St. James Theatre, Auckland, a former stage theatre and cinema,

St. James Theatre, Wellington, a stage theatre,

Singapore:

St James Power Station, an old power station converted to a modern nightspot,

South Africa:

St James, Cape Town, a town in False Bay,

Spain:

Way of St. James, the route taken for the pilgrimage to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, Galicia,

Trinidad and Tobago:

Saint James, Trinidad and Tobago, a town on the outskirts of Port of Spain,

United Kingdom:

St James's, an area in the City of Westminster, central London

Westminster St James, a former civil parish covering roughly the same area,

St. James's Palace, London,

St James's Club, a former gentlemen's club in Piccadilly,

Court of St. James's, the court of the British sovereign for diplomatic purposes,

St. James's Park, London,

St James's Street, a street in London,

St James's Theatre, a 1,200-seat theater located in St James's, London,

St James's Club and Hotel, a hotel in London,

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St James' Park, Newcastle upon Tyne, home of football club Newcastle United,

St James's Church of England School and Sports College, a secondary school in Greater Manchester,

St James's University Hospital, Leeds, a teaching hospital,

United States:

Saint James, Indiana,

St. James, Maryland,

St. James, Minnesota,

St. James, Missouri,

St. James, New York,

St. James Parish, Louisiana,

St. James Theatre, on Broadway in New York City,

St. James Court Art Show in Louisville, Kentucky,

St. James Middle School, a school in Horry County in South Carolina,

St. James High School, also a school in Horry County in South Carolina,

Saint James School (Montgomery, Alabama),

Vietnam:

Cape Saint James or Cape Saint Jacques, former colonial names for Vung Tau,

Other uses:

St. James's Day Battle, between the Dutch and the English, on 4 and 5 August 1666,

St James Church massacre, a massacre perpetrated on St James Church, Cape Town, South Africa,

St James Holdings, Mike Ashley's holding company for Newcastle United