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Alexander Macdonald

(1915—1973)


'Alexander Macdonald' can also refer to...

Alexander Macdonald (c. 1791—1850) antiquary

Alexander Macdonald (1821—1881) trade unionist and politician

Alexander Macdonald (1755—1837) Roman Catholic priest and Scottish Gaelic scholar

Alexander Macdonald (1878—1939)

MACDONALD, Alexander (died 1921)

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MacDonald, Alexander

Alexander MacDonald (c. 1695—1770) Scottish Gaelic poet

Alexander MacDonald (1736—1791) vicar apostolic of the highland district

Alexander MacDonald (1794—1860) granite manufacturer

Alexander of Glencoe Macdonald (1622—1692) clan chief and victim of massacre

ROUSE, Alexander Macdonald (1878 - 1966)

MACDONALD, James Alexander (1858 - 1939)

THOMSON, Alexander Macdonald (1863 - 1924)

Macdonald, Alexander (1791?-1850), antiquary

Macdonald, Alexander (1878–1939)

Macdonald, Alexander (1915–73)

John Alexander MacDonald (1897—1996) Free Church of Scotland minister

Macdonald, Sir John Alexander (1815–91)

 

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(1915–73),

a well-known Sydney journalist, was born Sydney but spent most of his boyhood in a Catholic seminary in Scotland. At 16 he was reunited with his father, who was ...

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