James Allan may refer to:
- James Alexander Allan (1879–1967), Australian poet
- James Allan (Australian footballer) (born 1985), Australian rules footballer
- James Allan (diplomat) (born 1932), British diplomat
- James Allan (footballer) (1857–1911), Scottish schoolmaster and footballer, founder of Sunderland A.F.C.
- James Allan (footballer born 1860s), Scottish international footballer
- James Allan (musician) (born 1979), lead singer and guitarist and former footballer
- James Allan (politician) (1894–1992), Canada politician
- James Allan (rugby) (1860–1934), New Zealand rugby union player
- James Allan (bishop) (born 1928), retired Canadian Anglican bishop
- Jock Allan, Scottish footballer
Other articles related to "allan, james allan":
... On Tuesday 13 March 1888 Allan held a meeting at The Empress Hotel in Union Street to form Sunderland Albion ... alluded to above has always been identified as a main reason for Allan leaving the Committee i.e ... Allan and others had a general dissatisfaction about the direction in which the club was heading ...
... James Allan wrote and composed the song prior to the album recording sessions at Central Sound Studios in Glasgow, Scotland, where the band recorded ... Kevin Burleigh, who co-produced "Go Square Go!" with James Allan and engineered "Daddy's Gone", also engineered "It's My Own Cheating Heart That Makes Me Cry" ... James Allan handled production duties whilst recording the song, as well as on the B-side to the single—a cover version of The Ronettes' "Be My Baby" ...
... Teachers Association Football Club", founded in 1879 by James Allan, a teacher at Hendon Board School ... Their first ground was the Blue House Field in Hendon, close to James Allan's school, and they would change their home four times in seven years before ... Founder James Allan left Sunderland in 1888 because of his dislike for the "professionalism" that had been creeping into the club, and subsequently formed Sunderland Albion ...
Famous quotes containing the words allan and/or james:
“In writing these Tales ... at long intervals, I have kept the book-unity always in mind ... with reference to its effect as part of a whole.”
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“Since belief is measured by action, he who forbids us to believe religion to be true, necessarily also forbids us to act as we should if we did believe it to be true.”
—William James (18421910)