|Statement||Paul David Nelson.|
|LC Classifications||E207.A3 N45 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 245 p. :|
|Number of Pages||245|
|LC Control Number||85016473|
Nelsons William Alexander, Lord Stirling, () is the biographical account of a man who served 18th-century American society as a prominent citizen in peacetime and as a soldier in the Seven Years War and the American Revolution.5/5. The Life of William Alexander, Lord Stirling by Paul David Nelson ()Brand: University Alabama Press. Alexander was known for overindulging in food and drink. These habits contributed to his early death of gout at Albany on Janu James McIntyre Moraine Valley Community College. Bibliography: Nelson, Paul D. The Life of William Alexander, Lord Stirling. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, Valentine, Alan C. Lord Stirling. Lord Sterling. Born in New York City, William Alexander was distantly related to Scottish nobility. When his father died, William realized that he was the oldest surviving mail heir to Earldom of Stirling. Alexander .
University of Alabama Press, - Biography & Autobiography - pages 0 Reviews Nelson's William Alexander, Lord Stirling, () is the biographical account of a man who served 18th-century. In he was created Viscount of Stirling and Lord Alexander of Tullibody and in the Earl of Stirling, Viscount of Canada, and (again) Lord Alexander of Tullibody. William Alexander, 1st . Sir William Alexander (c), 1st bt. and 1st Earl of Stirling William Alexander was the only son of Alexander Alexander (d. ) and Marion Graham, daughter of Gilbert Graham of Gartavertane.. . William Alexander, Lord Stirling - NYPL Digital Collections One of hundreds of thousands of free digital items from The New York Public Library. On Monday, J The New York Public Library will begin to gradually reopen our physical locations, starting with limited grab-and-go .
In Alexander begins using the title Lord Stirling, based on his claim of being the nearest heir to the 5th Earl of Stirling; his wife becomes Lady Stirling. At the Battle of Long Island (Aug), Stirling . William Alexander, Lord Stirling. [Paul David Nelson] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Paul . He wasn't a real lord, this soi-disant Earl of Stirling, but one of Washington's generals and advisors, a now almost forgotten William Alexander who dreamed of earldoms and avoided paying bills. In this biography the President Emeritus of Rochester University writes in lengthy detail of ""Lord Stirling,"" William Alexander. Though not always the most recognizable person in the Revolutionary War, William Alexander, "the Lord Stirling," was certainly a colorful figure nonetheless. Born in New York sometime .