James Lauderdale (1768–1814) was an American militia officer who fought in the Creek War and The Battle of New Orleans. In 1813, he joined a unit of cavalry militia under General John Coffee, commissioned as a Lieutenant-Colonel of Volunteers in the Tennessee Militia.
|Born||September 6, 1768|
Botetourt County, Colony of Virginia
|Died||December 23, 1814 (aged 46)|
|Relations||William Lauderdale (brother)|