[James (q.v. : Walter's brother)] Walter (Sir; of LENNOX) STEWART (1395? - 1425) ; or: James (q.v. : Walter's brother); Master of Fife, Lennox and Menteith
[James (Wm's kin)] William HUSE (? - 1313+) ; or: poss. James (Wm's kin)
[James `the Just' (Joseph's nephew)] Joseph (Saint) of ARIMATHEA (? - 82?) ; or: James `the Just' (Joseph's nephew); poss. aka James `the Just' ha-DAVID; (some show Jesus' brother or even son, not uncle, as the Joseph of t....
James Butler `Wild Bill' HICKOK (Illinois 27/5/1837 - 2/8/1876 Deadwood, Dakota Territory) ; (scout, Gunfighter, U.S. Marshall, poker player; he was killed at poker table, holding Aces and Eights, all Black); (HICKOCK)
James CROFTS (1st Duke of MONMOUTH) SCOTT (Rotterdam 1649 - 15/7/1685 Tower Hill) ; (K.G., later degraded; Duke of Buccleuch, Earl of Doncaster, Lord Lieutenant of Staffordshire, etc.; PRETENDER-KING of ENGLAND); (FitzROY)
James MONROE (Monroe's Creek, Virg. 28/4/1758 - 4/7/1831 Virginia) ; 7th U.S. Secretary of State; 8th U.S. Secretary of War; President of the United States #5; U.S. Senator; Founding Father of the U.S.A.
[Jasper TUDOR, q.v. (Henry's uncle)] Henry VII TUDOR (King) of ENGLAND (Wales 1457 - 1509 Surrey) ; (though his claim to the throne was disputed, his clever actions greatly increased the power of the English King; ...
Joan BASSET (Oxfords. 1114 - ?) ; or: (NN), 1st wife; (parents shown have impossible dates)
[Joan BASSET, q.v. (shown here as as Joan Valletort's mother)] Jeanne (prob. de BATH) (1213? - 1276+) ; or: prob. not Joan BASSET, q.v. (shown here as as Joan Valletort's mother); (Plantagenet's 1st mistress); (Joan Jane); aka Jeanne (Mrs.) de VALLETORT
[Joan de LACY, q.v.] Clemence de BOTILER ; or: prob. not Joan de LACY, q.v.; (that Clemence, not Joan, was Rohese's mother was confirmed recently by Rohese's inheritance of her mother's STEEPLE LAVINGTON)
[Joan de STUTEVILLE (shown here as Joan's mother)] Joan BURNETT (1220?? - 1276) ; or: Joan de STUTEVILLE (shown here as Joan's mother); (BURNET)
Joan de SUDELEY ; aka Joane SUDLEY; (3rd wife); (she was a step-grandfather for Elizabeth, so sometimes shown incorrectly as Elizabeth's mother)
[Joan de SUDELEY, q.v.] William (Sir; of Charlton) de HANDESACRE (1290? - by 1331) ; or: prob. not Joan de SUDELEY, q.v.; (he appears to have been a co-heir of Ranulph de Blundeville, but genealogical route is unknown)