Alexander Gordon

Alexander Gordon ist der Name folgender Personen:

  • Alexander Gordon (Aberdeen) († 1518), Bischofselekt von Aberdeen
  • Alexander Gordon (Glasgow) († 1575), Erzbischof von Glasgow und Bischof von Galloway
  • Alexander Gordon (Pionier) († 1697), schottischer Siedler in Neu England
  • Alexander Gordon (Antiquar) (um 1692–1754?), Antiquar und Sänger
  • Alexander Gordon, 1. Earl of Huntly († 1470), 1. Earl of Huntly
  • Alexander Gordon, 3. Earl of Huntly († 1524), 3. Earl of Huntly
  • Alexander Gordon, 2. Herzog von Gordon († 1728), 2. Herzog von Gordon
  • Alexander Gordon, 4. Herzog von Gordon († 1827), 4. Herzog von Gordon, Züchter des später nach ihm benannten Gordon Setters
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