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Who is Alexander Cochrane?
Alexander Cochrane: Sir Alexander Inglis Cochrane GCB RN was a senior Royal Navy commander during the Napoleonic Wars and achieved the rank of Admiral. He was knighted for his service.
- born on (257 years ago) in Scotland
- profession: Sailor
- died on (183 years ago) in Paris
- buried in Père Lachaise Cemetery
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A New Biographical Dictionary, of 3000 Cotemporary Public Characters, British and Foreign, of All Ranks and Professions (1825)
The United States of America having declared war against Great Britain, Sir Alexander Cochrane was detached to command on that station, ...
by Francess G. Halpenny
Townsend, John Tuckett, George Elias Wait, Benjamin Wanzer, Richard Mott Wetherald, William Wingfield, Alexander Hamilton North Bllanger, Horace Chase, Henry Pahtahquahong Chatelain, Nicolas Clark, Alexander Cochrane, Henry ...
by Robert Chambers, Thomas Thomson
Alexander Cochrane was born ...
by Abraham Rees
The next communication is in relation to a fossile human skeleton, found imbedded in line-stone lately brought from the island of Guadaloupe by the honourable fir Alexander Cochrane, and presented by the admiralty to the British Mufeum.
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