I. biographical name Alexander 1788-1866 American (Irish-born) founder of Disciples of Christ II. biographical name Colin 1792-1863 originally surname Macliver ; Baron Clyde British field marshal III. biographical name John 1705-1782 4th Earl of Loudoun British general in America IV. biographical name John Douglas Sutherland 1845-1914 9th Duke of Argyll governor-general of Canada (1878-83) V. biographical name Joseph 1904-1987 American mythologist & folklorist VI. biographical name Kim 1947- originally Avril Phaedra Campbell prime minister of Canada (1993) VII. biographical name Thomas 1777-1844 British poet VIII. geographical name city W California SW of San José population 38,138

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