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For the 15th-century Scottish nobleman of the same name, see Alexander of Islay, Earl of Ross. Mayor Alexander Macdonald 12th Mayor of Winnipeg In office 1892–1892 Personal details Born 1 November 1844(1844-11-01) Pitlochry, Scotland Died 28 August 1928(1928-08-28) (aged 83) Winnipeg, Manitoba Spouse(s) Annie Sullivan Profession grocer Alexander Macdonald (1 November 1844[1] – 28 August 1928) was a Canadian politician, the 12th Mayor of Winnipeg in 1892.[1][2] Macdonald was born in Pitlochry, Scotland and moved to Canada in 1868, eventually settling in Winnipeg in 1871. He contributed to the establishment of the Manitoba Free Press newspaper in 1872, among his numerous commercial activities. He headed the Winnipeg-based A. Macdonald & Co. whose market extended throughout western Canada, between Fort William and Vancouver. He also became president of the Great-West Life Insurance Company in 1894.[3] He served as Winnipeg's mayor for one year, 1892. In 1910, the Winnipeg Telegram reported that he was one of that city's 19 millionaires. References ^ a b "Alexander Macdonald (1844-1928)". Manitoba Historical Society. 2008-08-26. http://www.mhs.mb.ca/docs/people/macdonald_a.shtml. Retrieved 2009-01-18.  ^ "City Government: Mayors, Past and Present". City of Winnipeg. http://www.winnipeg.ca/Services/CityLife/HistoryOfWinnipeg/MayorsPastPresent.stm. Retrieved 2009-01-12.  ^ McDonell, James K. (1997). Lords of the North. General Store Publishing House. p. 115. ISBN 1-896182-71-2. http://books.google.ca/books?id=aZz213hdj3EC.  v · d · eMayors of Winnipeg Cornish • Kennedy • Scott • Logan • Conklin • Logan (2) • McMicken • Logan (3) • Hamilton • Westbrook • Jones • Ryan • Pearson • Macdonald • Taylor • Gilroy • Jameson • McCreary • Andrews • Wilson • Arbuthnot • T. Sharpe • Ashdown • Evans • Waugh • Deacon • Waugh (2) • Dyson • Davidson • Gray • Parnell • Fowler • Farmer • Webb • McLean • Webb (2) • Queen • Warriner • Queen (2) • Coulter • G.E. Sharpe • Juba • Steen • Norrie • Thompson • Murray • Katz Persondata Name Macdonald, Alexander Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1 November 1844 Place of birth Pitlochry, Scotland Date of death 28 August 1928 Place of death Winnipeg, Manitoba This article about a mayor in Manitoba is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e