Alexander \(Name of Several Early Bishops\)
Alexander \(Name of Several Early Bishops\)
Profiles of six bishops of this name in the early Church

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  • Alexander Duncan (bishop) — Alexander Duncan (c.1655 1733) was a non jurant Scottish Episcopal clergyman, college bishop (from 1724), and Bishop of Glasgow from 1731.Early MinistryAlexander Duncan is thought to have been the son of William Duncan, the Minister of New… …   Wikipedia

  • Alexander MacDonell —     Alexander MacDonell     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Alexander MacDonell     First Bishop of Kingston, Ontario, Canada, b. 17 July 1760, at Inchlaggan in Glengarry, Scotland; d. 14 January, 1840, at Dumfries, Scotland. His early education was… …   Catholic encyclopedia

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