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- Lieutenant Colonel John Macdonell of Greenfield (19 April 1785 – 14 October 1812) was an aide-de-camp to British Major General Sir Isaac Brock during...
- Archibald Macdonell may refer to: Archibald Cameron Macdonell (1864–1941), Canadian police officer and soldier Archibald Hayes Macdonell (1868–1939), Canadian...
- Archibald Gordon Macdonell (3 November 1895 – 16 January 1941) was a Scottish writer, journalist and broadcaster, whose most famous work is the gently...
- Macdonell, Macdonell, or McDonell is a surname of Scottish origin. It refers to: Persons A. G. Macdonell (1895–1941), Scottish writer, journalist, and...
- Arthur Anthony Macdonell, FBA (11 May 1854 – 28 December 1930) was a noted Sanskrit scholar. Macdonell was born at Muzaffarpur in the Tirhut region of...
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- Charles Michael Macdonell (born 23 February 1995) is an English cricketer who has pla**** for Durham MCCU and Derbyshire. Primarily a right-handed batsman...
- Alexander Macdonell may refer to: Alexander Macdonell of Greenfield (1782–1835), politician in Upper Canada Alexander Macdonell (bishop) (1762–1840),...
- Bishop Alexander Macdonell (17 July 1762 – 14 January 1840) was the first Roman Catholic bishop of Kingston, Upper Canada. He was born in Glen Urquhart...
- Miles MacDonell (c. 1767 – 28 June 1828) was the first governor of the Red River Colony (or, ****iniboia), a 19th-century Scottish settlement located in...
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