Alexander Fraser

Alexander Fraser may refer to:
*Alexander Fraser of Touchfraser and Cowie, died by 1332 AD
*Alexander Fraser (Upper Canada politician) (1786–1853), a soldier and political figure in Upper Canada and Canada West
*Alexander Fraser (1729–1799), a soldier and seigneur in Lower Canada
*Alexander Fraser (Ontario politician) (1824–1883), member of the 1st Parliament of Ontario
*Alexander Fraser, 11th Lord Saltoun (1604–1693)
*Alexander Fraser, 13th Lord Saltoun (1684–1748)
*Alexander Fraser, 14th Lord Saltoun (1710–1751)
*Alexander Fraser, 16th Lord Saltoun (1758–1793)
*Alexander Fraser, 17th Lord Saltoun (1785–1853)
*Alexander Fraser, 18th Lord Saltoun (1820–1886)
*Alexander William Frederick Fraser, 19th Lord Saltoun (1851–1933)
*Alexander Arthur Fraser, 20th Lord Saltoun (1886–1979)
*Alexander Fraser RSA, (1827-1899), a Scottish landscape painter and the biographer of Horatio McCulloch
*Sandy Fraser, a networking engineer who worked at, and ultimately became head of, Bell Labs
*Alexander Fraser (Australian politician), Victorian State MP

ee also

*Alex Fraser (disambiguation)
*Alexander Fraser Campbell, George Cross recipient


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  • Alexander Fraser, 11th Lord Saltoun — Alexander Fraser (1604 1693), 11th Lord Saltoun and 10th Laird of Philorth.Early yearsFraser was born in 1604 in the young town of Fraserburgh. His father was Alexander Fraser (1570 1636) and his mother Margaret Abernethy. Upon the death of his… …   Wikipedia

  • Alexander Fraser of Touchfraser and Cowie — {died August 11 1332) was a member of the Scottish nobility who served as the Lord Chamberlain of Scotland and also as the Sheriff of Stirling. [Lineage of Fraser Family] He was a descendant of the Clan Fraser members deriving from Oliver Castle …   Wikipedia

  • Alexander Fraser, 20th Lord Saltoun — Alexander Arthur Fraser, 20th Lord Saltoun (8 March 1886 ndash;31 August 1979), a Scottish representative peer, was the son of Alexander Fraser, 19th Lord SaltounOn 8 June 1920, he married Dorothy Geraldine Welby and they had two… …   Wikipedia

  • Alexander Fraser, 19th Lord Saltoun — Alexander William Frederick Fraser, 19th Lord Saltoun (8 August 1851 ndash;19 June 1933), a Scottish representative peer, was the son of Alexander Fraser, 18th Lord Saltoun.On 7 July 1885, he married Mary Helena Grattan Bellew and they had two… …   Wikipedia

  • Alexander Fraser Pirie — (October 1, 1849 August 15, 1903) was a Canadian journalist, newspaper editor and member of the Liberal Party of Canada.He was born in Guelph, Upper Canada, to George Pirie (1799 1870), a native of Aberdeen, Scotland. His mother was Jane Booth [… …   Wikipedia

  • Alexander Fraser Tytler — Alexander Fraser Tytler, Lord Woodhouselee (October 15, 1747 January 5, 1813) was a Scottish born British lawyer and writer.TranslationTytler wrote a treatise that is important in the history of translation theory, the Essay on the Principles of… …   Wikipedia

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  • Alexander Fraser (Upper Canada politician) — Alexander Fraser (January 18 1786 November 12 1853) was a soldier and political figure in Upper Canada.He was born in Glendoemore, near Fort Augustus, Scotland in 1786. He joined the Canadian Fencibles in Scotland in 1803 and came to Quebec with… …   Wikipedia

  • Alexander Fraser, 14th Lord Saltoun — Alexander Fraser (1710–1751) was the 14th Lord Saltoun, and Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Scotland …   Wikipedia

  • Alexander Fraser (Ontario politician) — Alexander Fraser (August 24 1824 ndash; 1883) was an Ontario businessman and political figure. He represented Northumberland West in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario from 1867 to 1871.He was born in Inverness, Scotland in 1824 and was educated …   Wikipedia

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