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- Alexander Macdonell: Bishop Alexander Macdonell was the first Roman Catholic bishop of Kingston, Upper Canada.
- Alexander Macdonell was a soldier and political figure in Upper Canada.
- Alexander Macdonell: Bishop Alexander Macdonell was the first Bishop of the newly formed Roman Catholic Diocese of Alexandria-Cornwall, serving from 1890 until his death in 1905.
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by Donald Whyte
Alexander Macdonell of Greenfield. (D. C, 3 June, 1971) 3725 MAC(K)DONELL, John.
Born in Glengarry; sonof LieutenantColonel Alexander Macdonell, of the 1stGlengarry militia. Present at the capture of Detroit and mentioned in despatches. In 1812 aidedecamp to Sir Isaac Brock,andtook ...
Alexander Macdonell of Alexandria, has been engraved. In the 'Reminiscences,' by W.J. Macdonell, Toronto, 1888, 8vo, a woodcut is given ...
by M.C. Rintoul
Maida Alexander Forbes Laurence Oliphant Alexander Stuart of Invernahyle John Gray David Hinves Alexander MacDonell of Glengarry Charles Whitefoord Craighall, Perthshire Ravelston House, Edinburgh Alexander Stuart of Invernahyle ...
The Canadian Encyclopedia (1999)
by James H. Marsh
Father Alexander Macdonell, later bishop of Upper Canada, began the town (first known as Priest's Mills) as a mill site a few years after the War of 1812. In 1890 it became the seat of the Roman Catholic diocese of Alexandria (later relocated ...
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