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Jacques may refer to:
- Jacques de Molay (1244 – 1314), the last publicly recognized Grand Master of the Templar Order.
- Jacques de Molay's advisor, advisor to the Grand Master.
- Jacques Cartier (1491 – 1557), a French explorer.
- Jacques Cassard (1679 – 1740), a French privateer and Admiral.
- Jacques, the groundskeeper of the Maison Royale de Saint-Louis.
- Jacques de Flesselles (1730 – 14 July 1789), a victim of the French Revolution.
- Jacques-François-Xavier de Whyte (1730 – 1790s), an Irish officer in the French Army and prisoner of the Bastille.
- Jacques Necker (1732 – 1804), a Swiss banker and French finance minister prior to the French Revolution.
- Jacques-Louis David (1748 – 1825), a French painter.
- Jacques Roux (1752 – 1794), the leader of the Enragés during the French Revolution.
- Jacques Roux's lieutenant, the right-hand man to Jacques Roux.
- Jacques Pierre Brissot (1754 – 1793), the leader of the Girondists during the French Revolution.
- Jacques Hébert (1757 – 1794), the leader of the Hébertists during the French Revolution.
- Jean-Jacques Dessalines (20 September 1758 – 17 October 1806), leader of the Haitian Revolution.