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Carole Lee Alexander (#47288670)
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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. If you wish a copy for your Family Tree at please check there. 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 where credit is due.
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RE: Tennery Tumelson
Hi Carol,

Thank You Very Much for your explanation regarding your denial. It had not occurred to me that placing both married names in the same field would change the sort order. I will definitely give some thought to applying that same rule to the memorials I am managing.
Added by kwing on Nov 18, 2015 2:27 PM
Cheryl Ayres
Re: Dr Herman Alexander Trippeer
Have added the additional information.
Added by Cheryl Ayres on Nov 04, 2015 6:10 PM
Cheryl Ayres
Re: Dr Herman Alexander Trippeer
I will have to respectfully decline your request for transfer. Herman had a daughter who did marry & possibly had children, findagrave guidelines for transfer is direct descendancy. I don't see how he could be an uncle, his mother was an Alexander, this would make you some sort of cousin many times removed & not at all a close relationship. My intention is to transfer to direct descendants which are much closer in relationship. If you can prove that his daughter had no children or his sister had no children or descendants, I will transfer. I am sure your intentions are good but it isn't about maintaining memorials, it is more about having accurate information regardless of who maintains the memorial. I will be glad to add anymore information you have, just use the edit.
Added by Cheryl Ayres on Nov 04, 2015 4:07 PM
Sandra Brookshire Behne
RE: Lewis Cass Alexander
You sre most welcome!
Added by Sandra Brookshire Behne on Nov 03, 2015 4:46 PM
John Harrison Alexander and Anna
ok, thanks on the pictures.
Added by Diane on Oct 26, 2015 9:17 PM
carrie bayless sibley
RE: Eva Shellhammer Martin
Your very welcome. She was in the Shellhammer plot as I thought.

Take Care,
Added by carrie bayless sibley on Oct 20, 2015 3:40 PM
Marie Kaltenbach
RE: Emily Alexander
So glad to help.
Added by Marie Kaltenbach on Oct 12, 2015 9:47 AM
Barbara Nicholson
RE: Emily Alexander
You are welcome Many Thanks for asking some people just use them and don't ask.
Added by Barbara Nicholson on Oct 11, 2015 8:37 PM
Barbara Nicholson
RE: Emily Alexander
As I understand you are wanting to use the photo I posted of the cemetery. I posted it over on her memorial. If that isn't what you wanted let me know.
Added by Barbara Nicholson on Oct 11, 2015 1:33 PM
Barb McQueen
Rev War Patriots
I am a member of DAR. I have been helping locate graves of the 17 soldiers buried in Clark Co Il. I did some memorial photos for Figg family recently and noticed that Harriet and Sarah Alexander were grand daughters of William Alexander, a Rev War Patriot. Is he buried at Darwin, and if not, is he in Clark Co? We want to include him and all other soldiers in a memorial at the courthouse for all of them. It is hard to find a couple of them because the stones are so old and unclear. Thanks Barb McQueen
Added by Barb McQueen on Oct 10, 2015 4:29 PM
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