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Carole Lee Alexander (#47288670)
 member for 6 years, 6 months, 22 days
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Bio Photo I am tracking the Ancestors and Descendants of my 4th gr grandfather William Alexander, Rev War Vet, born 1752 Northumberland Co, Virginia and died 1831 Anderson Co, Kentucky. William Alexander's DNA Haplo group is R1a1. Only 5% of all Alexanders have this particular DNA. My Alexanders are not related to the 95% of other Alexanders.

I am also tracking the Descendants of another 4th gr grandfather Jeremiah Phillips, Rev War Vet, born 1745 and died 1805 Mercer Co, Kentucky.

And I am the 5th gr granddaughter of three other Rev War Vets: Robert McAfee the Kentucky Pioneer, John Cardwell Jr and James McCoun.

You can view "The Alexander and Phillips Family Tree" by CaroleLeeAlexander at Please contact me if you you are a William Alexander or a Jeremiah Phillips descendant. I would like to add you and your Family Members to my Tree. If you see any errors let me know!

Thanks, Carole Lee Alexander

** Pictures are also posted at on my Alexander and Phillips Family Tree. You are welcome to utilize my Find-A-Grave pictures. Please give me the courtesy of credit for my Work with this Designation: Findagrave photo by Carole Lee Alexander. If a picture is not my Work, the caption will give information as to where credit is due.
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Jacob Vincent
RE: Rufus and Maude Alexander
You're most welcome. Since you cared enough to get the locations it was an easy job.
Added by Jacob Vincent on Dec 05, 2016 10:52 AM
Richard Stephen
RE: Noble Cole and Emma Steffy Cole
You're welcome, Emma's photo is posted.
Added by Richard Stephen on Dec 04, 2016 2:31 PM
6 grammy
RE: Sarah E.Coombes
I looked at the cemetery records again and now believe that Sarah Coombes Pritchard, wife of George, is the same person as Caroline'Carrie' Pritchard whose record is on findagrave. In the list at the Clark County Genealogy Library of stones that were read many years ago, her name is listed as Sarah. She was 20 years, 7 months, and 14 days old when she died. The death date is the same - 17 December 1882. That would make her born about May of 1862. I checked the local newspaper archives and did not find a death notice or obituary. The cemetery record book that I have from the cemetery board also lists her name as Sarah. So perhaps she was Sarah Caroline. I am not sure where findagrave got the name. Was the contributor a relative? I will also check the funeral directors records to see if any go back that far. I looked with some of the Coombes family graves and I still have not found the stone, but I will let you know if I am successful.
Added by 6 grammy on Oct 27, 2016 10:18 AM
6 grammy
RE: Caroline Coombes Pritchard
Haven't found any Pritchard grave stones yet but will let you know if I do. Had you heard of Sarah?
Added by 6 grammy on Oct 24, 2016 3:42 PM
6 grammy
Caroline Pritchard at Walnut Prairie
Carole Lee, I checked the records in York, Clark, IL and found a Sarah Coombs Pritchard listed. She was the wife of George according to the record. I believe that Caroline, 'Carrie' Pritchard in buried in Livingston Cemetery. Was she also the wife of George?
Added by 6 grammy on Oct 21, 2016 6:21 AM
Patricia Richardson Tillman
Art Alexander
Hi Carole
Transfer completed. Yes the info. on son sounds about right.
Added by Patricia Richardson Tillm... on Oct 08, 2016 9:44 PM
Patricia Richardson Tillman
Art Alexander
Tried to send to email but didn't go through.

My husband and I went to his funeral and I had kept the announcement you get. When I began volunteering for Find A Grave I did a memorial from that. Later went to Melwood Cemetery in Stone Mtn., Ga to photo grave site. The personnel there showed me the location of the unmarked grave. I was surprised that Barbara nor Arthur, their son had not done a stone. We had been to their house several times and I believe it was in Decatur, Ga. Sorry I could not be of more help. That has been many years ago. If you would like can transfer memorial to you. I'm 76 and realize God could call me home before long and believe memorials should be with family. My parents are buried in the same cemetery so will check periodically to see if a stone has been added.
Blessings, Patsy

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Added by Patricia Richardson Tillm... on Oct 08, 2016 8:05 PM
Patricia Richardson Tillman
Author Alexander
Hi Carole,
I have made the 3 corrections you submitted. My deceased husband and are were friends with Art and Barbara and I was wondering if you are related? We lost contact with Barbara after Art's death and I would like to know if she is still living and resides at their old home place.
Blessings, Patricia
Added by Patricia Richardson Tillm... on Oct 08, 2016 4:52 PM
Sgt Daxter
RE: Walter Howard Alexanders
On my Find-A-Grave profile page I have Virtual Cemetery's. Whenever I find a descendant I add them to the Rudolph Hawpe Memorial Park which is for all descendants and their spouses. Then I also add them to the branch they are from which would be the Adam Hawpe Memorial Park. If they were a veteran I enter them into that category also. Have one also No child left behind for children who died young. You could search thru them for what I haven't entered yet on my ancestry tree.

Added by Sgt Daxter on Sep 21, 2016 10:50 PM
Sgt Daxter
RE: Alexanders and Cochrans
Yes, I checked your profile out after you sent me those few edits for Walter Howard Alexander and family. I had the info correct in my family tree and had somehow missed adding them to his F-A-G memorial. Especially since I have been currently working on adding them from my FTM to my tree at Ancestry. Saw that you were collecting the Alexander line. I have all of Walter Howard Alexander's descendants listed in my FTM and on my ancestry tree. If you want I could send to the e-mail address you have listed on your profile page.

D. Hawpe
Added by Sgt Daxter on Sep 21, 2016 7:58 PM
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