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Additional descendants of the Alexanders of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Guilford and Randolph counties, North Carolina, Greene County, Tennessee : supplement to "Descendants of Captain William Alexander and Elizabeth King of Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania, Guilford and Randolph counties, N.C., Greene Co., Tennessee," 1952

compiled by Ruth S. Peterson
Books/Monographs
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of original published: Detroit, Mich. Louisa St. Clair Chapter, D.A.R., 1961. 70 p.

George Alexander (ca. 1715-1780) was born in Northern Ireland. He and his wife, Jane, settled in Paxtang Twp., Lancaster County, Pennsylvania prior to 1745. He moved to Guilford County, North Carolina, ca. 1763 (later Randolph County). His son, William King (1739-1828), was born in Northern Ireland and married Elizabeth King in 1762 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. In 1797 he moved to Greene County, Tennessee from Randolph County, North Carolina. His brother, Stephen (ca. 1741-ca. 1810), married Mary King and also died in Greene County, Tennessee. Descendants lived in Tennessee, Indiana, and elsewhere.

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