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- Alexander Whyte was a Scottish divine. He was born at Kirriemuir in Forfarshire and educated at the University of Aberdeen and at New College, Edinburgh.
- born on (180 years ago) in Kirriemuir
- nationality: Scotland
- education: University of Aberdeen
- died on (95 years ago)
- written works: "Jacob Behmen, An Appreciation", "Father John Of The Greek Church", "Samuel Rutherford And Some Of His Correspondents", "BUNYAN CHARACTERS", "The best of Alexander Whyte", "The Nature of Angels", "An Exposition on the Shorter Catechism"
- Alexander Whyte appeared in the 2013 documentary The Break.
- Alexander Whyte was the husband of Nova Pilbeam.
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by Donald K. McKim, David F. Wright
Alexander Whyte* maintained this tradition into the twentieth century. The biblical exposition of Friedrich Wilhelm Krummacher* did much to revitalize the Reformed churches of Germany, while in France Adolphe Monod's emphasis on ...
Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology (5 Volume Set) by Umberto Quattrocchi
(after the British plant explorer Alexander Whyte, 1834– 1908 ...
Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi
(after the British plant explorer Alexander Whyte, 1834- 1908 (d.
From the Earliest Times to 2004 by Elizabeth Ewan, Sue Innes, Sian Reynolds
Alexander Whyte, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland.
by James A. Jobling
whytii Alexander Whyte (1834–1905) British government naturalist in ...
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Private Alexander Whyte
Private Alexander Whyte, 49th Battalion, enlisted on the 21st July 1915. His family lived on Thursday Island and he prior to enlisting he had been a railway employee. Alexander was killed in action on the 8th August 1916 and his buried at the Bapaume Post Military Cemetery, Bapaume, France. He was 21 year of age. If you can assist with a photograph or information on Alexander, please contact the Local History Librarian.
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