Alexander Gordon

[British staff officer] Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Alexander Gordon KCB (1786–1815), was a British Army officer who was killed at the Battle of Waterloo.{sfn|Muir|2003|p={{page needed|date=August 2014}}}{efn|Not to be confused with Alexander Gordon (1781–1873), an illegitimate son of this man`s grandfather who was also a British officer in ...
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Alexander Gordon

[d. 1575] From late February until early March, the Contribution Team will be holding recruitment and advocacy drives at universities across the UK. This will take the form of: The goal of these events is to encourage good-will towards the community, to torpedo common myths about the projects, to decrease vandalism and to increase community...
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Alexander Gordon

[politician] Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Alexander Robert Gisborne Gordon GBE DSO PC (NI) (28 July 1882 – 23 April 1967) was a Unionist Member and Senator in the Parliament of Northern Ireland. ==Family background== Sir Alexander was born in County Down, the son of A. H. Gordon, DL of Florida Manor, Killinchy and Delamont, Killyleagh. Florida ...
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Alexander Gordon

[Unitarian] Alexander Gordon (9 June 1841–21 February 1931) was an English Unitarian minister and religious historian. A prolific contributor to the Dictionary of National Biography, he wrote for it well over seven hundred articles dealing mainly with nonconformists. ==Life== He was born in Coventry, the son of John Gordon, a Unitarian mi...
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Alexander Gordon

[antiquarian] 1. January 25–February 1 2. June 2–10 3. September 29–October 7 4. November 28–30 5. May 2–12 6. May 30–June 2 7. June 30–July 12 8. November 15–19 9. February 16–27 10. February 12–19 11. May 12–15 Portugal (including Fátima) 12. May 28–June 2 13. June 10–13 14. June 15 15. August 29 16. October 31...
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Alexander Gordon

[antiquary] Alexander Gordon (1692?–1755) was a Scottish antiquary and singer. His survey of Roman sites, the Itinerarium, was considered an essential reference by all Roman antiquaries of his time. ==Early life and education== Gordon was born at Aberdeen, Scotland, not later than 1692. After earning an M.A. at the university of Aberdeen,...
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Alexander Gordon

[bishop of Aberdeen] Alexander Gordon (died 1518) was a late medieval Scottish churchman. He was member of the kindred of the Earl of Huntly, being cousin to the reigning earl. He was the third son of James Gordon, Laird of Haddo. From at least 1504, probably earlier, until 1516, he was Precentor (chanter) of the diocese of Moray. From 1507...
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Alexander Gordon

[bishop of Galloway] Alexander Gordon ({Circa|1516}–1575) was a 16th-century Scottish churchman who was successively archbishop of Glasgow, titular archbishop of Athens, bishop of the Isles and bishop of Galloway. His father was John Gordon, Lord Gordon and his mother was Margaret Stewart, an illegitimate daughter of James IV of Scotland....
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Alexander Gordon

[pioneer] Alexander Gordon (1635 in Aberdeen Scotland - 1697), fought as a Royalist and was captured by Oliver Cromwell`s army at the Battle of Worcester on 3 September 1651 at the end of the English Civil War. He was imprisoned at Tothill Field outside London over the winter of 1651–1652. He was transported to the New World in 1652 and e...
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Alexander Gordon

[British cavalry officer] Alexander Gordon (1781–1873) was a British officer during the Napoleonic Wars. He was commissioned a captain in the 15th Hussars and he fought in the Peninsular War. His correspondence during the Corunna Campaign were collated and published early in the 20th century. ==Biography== Gordon was the son of George Gor...
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Alexander Gordon

[journalist] Alexander Garrievich Gordon (born February 20, 1964) - Russian radio and television presenter, journalist, actor and director. Head of the Moscow Institute Workshop of journalism TV and Radio `Ostankino` (Mitra), a lecturer in a Makgaffina Film School. Five-time winner TEFI (2007, twice in 2008, 2010, 2011). According to the re...
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Alexander Gordon

[general] Alexander Gordon of Auchintool ({OldStyleDateDY|6 January|1670|27 December 1669}–July 1752) was a Scottish general who fought for the Russian army under Peter the Great, and for the Jacobites in the Jacobite rising of 1715. He is mentioned as `Sandy Don` in the song Cam Ye O`er Frae France. He wrote a history of Peter the Great,...
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