William Alexander - Others


  • William Alexander, 1st Earl of Stirling (c. 1570–1640), British colonial organizer
  • William Alexander (the younger) (c. 1602–1638), founder of the colony at Port Royal; son of the 1st Earl of Stirling
  • William Alexander (judge) (c. 1754–1842), Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer
  • Sir William Alexander, 3rd Baronet (1797–1873), Attorney-General of the Duchy of Cornwall
  • William Alexander (bishop) (1824–1911), Anglican bishop, Primate of All Ireland
  • William Alexander, Baron Alexander of Potterhill (1905–1993), English educator and author
  • William C. Alexander (1848–1937), cofounder of Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity
  • William Cowper Alexander (1806–1874), President of the New Jersey State Senate and President of the Equitable Life Assurance Society
  • William D. Alexander (1916–1991), American film producer
  • William DeWitt Alexander (1833–1913), educator in Hawaii
  • William Frederick Alexander (1882–1957), New Zealand subeditor, poetry anthologist and newspaper editor
  • William Lindsay Alexander (1808–1884), Scottish church leader
  • William Menzies Alexander (1858–1929), Scottish medical and theological writer
  • William Patterson Alexander (1805–1884), American missionary Hawaii

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