Religious Leaders Archibald Alexander

Archibald Alexander

Living place: Virginia

Birthday: 17-4-1772

Global rank: #65065

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Who is Religious Leaders Archibald Alexander?
Religious leader of the United States who was a Presbyterian theologian and served for 9 years as President of Hampden-Sydney College Virginia and 27 years as first dean of Princeton Theological Seminary from 1812 to 1840.
He gave an alumni address at the College of Washington in 1843 and it became one of his publications.

Young / Before famous

He became a tutor at the age of seventeen and worked with General John Posey's family, The Wilderness.

Family life info

He married Janetta Waddel in 1802 and they had three sons.

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Like him, Paul Stagg Coakley is a religious leader from Virginia.

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When was Religious Leaders Archibald Alexander born?
Archibald Alexander birthday 17-4-1772 (death).
Where is Religious Leaders Archibald Alexander's birth place, what is Zodiac/Chinese Zodiac?
Archibald Alexander was born in Virginia, . is a Religious Leaders, whose Zodiac is Aries, and who Chinese Zodiac is The Dragon. Archibald Alexander's global rank is 65065 and whose rank is 219 in list of famous Religious Leaders.
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Events in 1772 and 17-4

Birthday Archibald Alexander (17-4) in history

  • Day 17-4 year 1790: Benjamin Franklin, U.S. patriot, diplomat, and a signer of the Declaration of Independence, died in Philadelphia.
  • Day 17-4 year 1895: The Sino-Japanese War ended with the signing of the Treaty of Shimonoseki.
  • Day 17-4 year 1937: Daffy Duck made his debut in Porky's Duck Hunt.
  • Day 17-4 year 1961: Supported by the U.S. government, 1,500 exiles made the unsuccessful Bay of Pigs invasion in Cuba.
  • Day 17-4 year 1964: Geraldine Mock became the first woman to fly solo around the world.
  • Day 17-4 year 1969: Sirhan Sirhan was convicted for the murder of Robert F. Kennedy.
  • Day 17-4 year 1970: The Apollo 13 astronauts safely splashed down after their near-disastrous flight.
  • Day 17-4 year 1975: Phnom Penh fell to the Khmer Rouge, ending the five year Cambodian war.
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