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- Alexander Thompson a.k.a. Alex Thomson: Alexander Thomson BSC was a British cinematographer.
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- Alexander Thompson VC was a Scottish recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces.
- Alexander Thompson a.k.a. Alexander M. Thompson: Alexander Mattock Thompson, sometimes credited as A. M. Thompson, was a German-born English journalist and dramatist. From the 1880s, Thompson wrote for socialist newspapers and journals, co-founding The Clarion in 1891. He became an important librettist of Edwardian musical comedies in the early 20th century.
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- Alexander Thompson: Alexander Richard Thompson was an English cricketer active from 1905 to 1908 who played for Northamptonshire. He was born in Stamford, Lincolnshire, and appeared in seventeen first-class matches as a righthanded batsman who scored 358 runs with a highest score of 48 not out. He died in Durban, Natal, South Africa, aged 75.
Alexander Thompson: Alexander Ramsey Thompson was an American military officer who served in the Second Seminole War.
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by Jan Onofrio
-— Alexander Thompson, a United States citizen, was ...
by Geraldine Rhoades Beckford
Maxwell, James Alexander Thompson, Louis Manning Brown, Alonzo W Orangeburg Blakely, Ernest J. Brown, Alonzo W Dantzler, J. J. Green, Seibels Remington Rowe, Henry S. Rock Hill Macon, Isaiah Alvin Pendergrass, Alexander Everitt Russell, James B. Seneca Sharp, Bryant Sebastian Spartansburg Mamsell, G. Sexton, John Wesley St. George McTeer, Asbury. 406 Biographical Dictionary ofAmerican Physicians ofAfrican Ancestry...SOUTH CAROLINA.
by Francess G. Halpenny
George Patterson, George Peminuit Paul, Jacques-Pierre Power, Michael Joseph Pryor, Henry Pryor, John Rand, Theodore Harding Ritchie, Sir William Johnston Rogers, William Henry Shannon, Samuel Leonard Stewart, Donald Alexander Thompson, Sir John Sparrow David Turnbull, William Wallace Wallis, Sir Provo William Parry Weeks, Otto Schwartz Willis, Edward ONTARIO Centre Aikins, William Thomas Bergin, Darby Bethune, Robert Henry 1214 GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX.
by John Bernard Burke
Reid, Alexander Thompson HONORARY COMPANIONS OF THE BATH. OFFICERS ATTENDANT ON THE FIRST CLASS. Dean of the Order—The Very Rev. Samuel Wilberforce, D.D., Dean of Westminster. Genealogist and Blanc Coursier Herald-Walter Aston Blount, Esq. Bath King-of-Arms-Algernon Greville, Esq. Registrar and Secretary-Captain Seymour, R.N. Gentleman Usher of the Scarlet Rod, and Brunswick Herald-Albert William Woods, Esq. Messenger-- Stephenson, Esq.
A Dictionary of All Officers (1860)
Who Have Been Commissioned, Or Have Been Appointed and Served, in the Army of the United States, Since the Inauguration of Their First President, in 1789, to the First January, 1853 ... Including the Distinguished Officers of the Volunteers and Militia of the States ... Navy and Marine Corps, who Have Served with the Land Forces ... by Charles Kitchell Gardner
Alexander Thompson (N. Y.) Capt Arts and engrs 2 June 1794: disband. 1 June '02.
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