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William Alexander (1824 - 1911):
Primate of All Ireland

William Alexander was born in Derry and after an Oxford education became Bishop of Derry in 1867. He was appointed Archbishop of Armagh in 1893 and later became Primate of All Ireland. He was married to Cecil Frances Alexander the famous hymn-writer. He published prolifically both sermons and poetry. His titles include Logics of Life and Light, (1878) and his lectures 'Evidences of Christianity' appear in a book called Primary Convictions. He died in Torquay

Born: 1824
Died: 1911
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