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- Alexander McGregor: Alexander Innes McGregor was a 19th-century Member of Parliament in New Zealand.
- born in (177 years ago)
- died in (114 years ago)
- Alexander McGregor was a lumber merchant and political figure in Nova Scotia, Canada. He represented Pictou in the Canadian House of Commons from 1917 to 1921 as a Unionist Party member.
- born on (151 years ago) in Nova Scotia
- died on (76 years ago)
- Alexander McGregor is the father of Allan McGregor.
- parent of Allan McGregor
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Alexander McGregor
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A Changed Heart (2015)
by May Agnes Fleming
Alexander McGregor is a ship-builder, and has an income of ten thousand gold dollars per year. Not a millionaire, you know; but very well off, and very comfortable, and very contented; living in a nice house, nicely furnished, keeping ...
by Tom Savage
Alexander McGregor established a ferry at the site, and the place became known as McGregor's Landing. The town voted to incorporate ...
by Scott Rosenberg, Richard F. Weisfelder
Kimberley, South Africa: Alexander McGregor, 1933. Duncan, Patrick. Sotho Laws and ...
Francis Cornwallis Maude, George Ashley Maude, Frederick Francis Mauleverer, James Thomas Maxwell, George Vaughan Maxwell, Alexander McGregor, George Hall McIntyre, Colin Campbell McMahon, Thomas Westropp M'Murdo, ...
Volume 28 - The Smart System to Standards for Libraries by Allen Kent, Harold Lancour, Jay E. Daily
The Bushmen Tribes of Southern Africa, Memorial Museum Alexander McGregor. Kimberley, 1942. Greyling, D. J., South African Progress, SA Progress, 1977. Hahlo, H. R., and E. Kahn. South Africa: The Development ...
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