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- Alexander Caldwell was a U.S. Senator from Kansas. Born in Drakes Ferry, Pennsylvania, he attended public schools, and in 1847 enlisted as a private to serve in the Mexican-American War. He moved to Columbia, Pennsylvania, in 1848, were he was employed in a bank and subsequently went into business for himself.
- Alexander Caldwell was a federal judge from Virginia.
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Caldwell, Major- General Sir Alexander Caldwell, Major-General SirJ.-L. Cameron, Major- Gcneral Sir Alexander Cameron, Lieutenant-General Sir John Campbell, ...
Vol. 2, D-G by William S. Powell
Osborne and David Alexander Caldwell, son of Robert Davidson's sister Sarah. They were known throughout a ...
McClurg, Alexander Caldwell 444 McComas, Louis Emory.
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Company A, 5th Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery
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