Mary Alexander

(1760—1809) Quaker minister

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Alexander, Mary (1760-1809), Quaker minister

Mary Leng, Alexander Paseau, and Michael Potter, eds. Mathematical Knowledge

Mathematical Knowledge, edited by Mary Leng, Alexander Paseau, and Michael Potter.

CUNINGHAM, Charles Alexander (1842 - 1925), Indian Army, and Colonel 127th (Queen Mary’s Own) Beluch Light Infantry

STEWART, Alexander (1847 - 1915), Principal and Primarius Professor of Divinity, St Mary’s College, St Andrews, from 1894

Museum review Alexander Fleming Laboratory MuseumSt Mary's Hospital, Praed Street, London W2 1NY, UK [Curator: Kevin Brown]

STUART, Edward Alexander (1853 - 1917), Canon of Canterbury since 1907; Mid-day Lecturer at St Mary le Bow since 1888

FLEMING, Alexander (1881 - 1955), Emeritus Professor of Bacteriology, Univ. of London, since 1948 (Professor, St Mary’s Hospital Medical School, 1928–48); William Julius Mickle Fellowship London University 1942; Charles Mickle Fellowship Toronto Univ. 1944

Paget, Charles Henry Alexander (1885 - 1947), late Capt. Royal Horse Guards; Lord Chamberlain to Queen Mary since 1922; HM Lieut for County of Anglesey since 1942

CROSS, Alexander Galbraith (1908 - 1996), ophthalmic surgeon; lately Dean of the Medical School, St Mary’s Hospital; Civilian Consultant in Ophthalmology, Royal Navy, 1946–76; Consultant Surgeon, Moorfields Eye Hospital, 1947–73; Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon, St Mary’s Hospital, 1946–73; Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon, Royal National Throat, Nose, and Ear Hospital, 1954–73; Ophthalmic Surgeon, St Dunstan’s, 1946–84; Hon. Consultant Ophthalmologist, Royal National Institute for the Blind, 1968–82

SINTON, Brig.) John Alexander (1884 - 1956), DTM Liverpool; JP, DL, Co. Tyrone; Indian Medical Service, retired; lately Hon. Consultant Malariologist, War Office; Hon. Fellow Ulster Medical Society; Arnott Memorial Medallist, Irish Medical Schools’ and Graduates Assoc., 1917; Chalmers Memorial Medallist, Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1928; Bisset-Hawkins Medallist, RCP, London, 1944; Robert Campbell Memorial Orator and Medallist, Ulster Medical Soc., 1946; Mary Kingsley Medallist, Liverpool Sch. of Trop. Med., 1949; a Pro-Chancellor Queen’s Univ., Belfast; late Director, Malaria Survey of India; late Manson Fellow, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

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