Alexander W. Reynolds
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Who is Alexander W. Reynolds?
Alexander W. Reynolds: Alexander Welch Reynolds was a career United States Army officer who served in the Mexican-American War and a Confederate Army brigadier general during the American Civil War, primarily fighting in the Western Theater. After the conflict he served as a staff officer in the Egyptian Army.
- also known as Alexander Reynolds
- born in (199 years ago) in Frederick County
- nationality: Confederate States of America, United States of America
- education: United States Military Academy
- died on (139 years ago) in Alexandria
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A Dictionary of All Officers (1853)
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,--with Every Commission of Each;--including the Distinguished Officers of the Volunteers and Militia of the States, and of the Navy and Marine Corps, who Have Served with the Land Forces ... by Charles Kitchell Gardner
Alexander W. Reynolds* (Vir) Cadet 33 ...
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