Alexander Dawson Henderson (February 28, 1865 – January 5, 1925) was an
American business executive and philanthropist. He became Vice President and
Alexander D. Henderson University School (ADHUS, A.D. Henderson or
Henderson) is an elementary-middle school (K-8) on the campus of. Florida
Apr 22, 2016 ... Henderson School is recognized as a unit of Florida Atlantic University under the
College of Education's administrative oversight. Why do ...
Occupation, salesman, entrepreneur, businessman ... On June 16, 1909,
McConnell and Alexander D. Henderson, signed an agreement of Corporation
for the ...
Alexander Henderson was a well-known nineteenth-century photographer ....
1879, the nieces of John Molson, a prominent Montreal businessman, com- ... 10
Notman Photographic Archives, Alexander Henderson Papers, Letter from D.
The Lucy Henderson Unrestricted Endowment Fund. Established through a .....
Alexander D. Henderson Memorial Scholarship. Henderson was ultimately to ...
TAYLOR, ALEXANDER, businessman, customs official, militia officer, JP, and ...
Jean - ; d. Miramichi (will registered 4 Oct 1817). Alexander Taylor stated that his
... Catherine Taylor, the wife of Alexander Henderson Sr, would also appear to ...
By Adam McGill, Tim Rogers, and Brian D. Sweany Published in D Magazine .....
The groom, an enterprising telecom businessman at the time, was no slouch ...
The couple lives in the former abode of former Texas Ranger Alex Rodriguez.
Browse biographies. A · B · C · D ... James Alexander Bonar and his twin sister,
Anne, were born in Edinburgh, ... in Invercargill as a general merchant under the
name Henderson and Bonar. In March 1865 he and his father moved to the West
Coast and James set up as a shipping agent and businessman in Hokitika.
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