Alexander Shaw

[British Army officer] Colonel Alexander Shaw (1737 – 30 May 1811) was a soldier and administrator who served as the third Lieutenant Governor of the Isle of Man. ==Career== Shaw was commissioned into the 60th Regiment of Foot in 1756. He served in North America during the Seven Years` War as aide-de-camp to General Augustine Prévost and...
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Alexander Shaw

[cricketer] Alexander Shaw (September 7, 1907 — July 19, 1945) was an English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and wicket-keeper. He was born in Shardlow and died in New Delhi. Shaw`s first-class debut was playing for Sussex against Cambridge University. In Shaw`s first innings in the field, he caught three batsmen and stumped thr...
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Alexander Shaw

[Canadian politician] Alexander Shaw (January 13, 1833 – April 21, 1911) was an Ontario lawyer and political figure. He represented Bruce South in the Canadian House of Commons as a Liberal-Conservative member from 1878 to 1882. He was born in Ramsay Township, Upper Canada in 1833, the son of John Shaw. He was educated in Perth and studie...
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Alexander Shaw

[surgeon] Alexander Shaw (1804–1890) was a Scottish surgeon. ==Life== Born 6 February 1804, he was the sixth son of Charles Shaw, clerk of the county of Ayr, and Barbara Wright his wife, daughter of a collector of customs at Greenock; John Shaw, Sir Charles Shaw and Patrick Shaw, were elder brothers, while one sister, Marion, married Sir ...
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