Joseph Anderson ALEXANDER, 18391915 (aged 75 years)

Joseph Alexander
Name
Joseph Anderson /ALEXANDER/
Given names
Joseph Anderson
Surname
ALEXANDER
Name suffix
Sr.
Birth
Occupation
Stock Farmer, Postmaster
Birth of a brother
Birth of a sister
Source: 1850 Census
Source: 1860 Census
Source: Edwards, Lu
Birth of a sister
Citation details: 1880, TEXAS , ROBERTSON, 6-PCT, Series: T9 Roll: 1324 Page: 542
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Birth of a brother
Birth of a brother
James B. ALEXANDER
1850 (aged 10 years)
Source: Find A Grave
Citation details: about James B. Alexander, born 26 (Month hard to read) 1850, death date not shown, son of W. and M. M. Alexander, Spring Hill Cemetery, Waterford, Marshall, Mississippi, Find A Grave Memorial# 15071836, Created by: nece38635, Record added: Jul 28, 2006
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The tombstone is broken, but part of the birth date is readable in the picture. The day of the month is 26.

Birth of a sister
Birth of a brother
Source: Find A Grave
Citation details: about John L F Alexander, 23 Feb 1856 to 4 Sep 1857, Spring Hill Cemetery, Waterford, Marshall, Mississippi, Find A Grave Memorial# 15071837, Created by: nece38635, Record added: Jul 28, 2006
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Birth of a sister
Citation details: census 1860, MISSISSIPPI , MARSHALL, WATERFORD P O, Series: M653 Roll: 587 Page: 273
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Citation details: 1880, TEXAS , ROBERTSON, 6-PCT, Series: T9 Roll: 1324 Page: 542
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Military
Confederacy
August 1862 (aged 22 years)
Marriage
Citation details: rootsweb
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Citation details: Marriage record of Miss M. E. Massey and J. A. Alexander, DeSoto County, Mississippi
Quality of data: primary evidence
Citation details: accessed 4 Apr 2013), marriage of Masey, Miss. M. E. and Alexander, J. A., 20 Feb 1868; citing county marriage records.
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Birth of a daughter
Citation details: Film # 2115991, Digital GS # 4166182, Image # 2244, Ref. # P 2262 CN 63675, Death Certificate of Josephine Alenia Sansom
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Note:

Scan of original document

Birth of a son
Birth of a son
Citation details: film # 2074493, Digital GS # 4166796, Image # 1032, Ref. # 45398, Death Certificate of James Anderson Alexander
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Citation details: birth certificate, scan of original 62902, image 506 of 638 (filed 4 Jan 1919), James A. Alexander, Jr, accessed 26 Feb 2014.
Quality of data: 4
Birth of a daughter
Citation details: 1930; Census Place: Precinct 4, Llano, Texas; Roll: 2370; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 5; Image: 520.0
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Citation details: about Modena Alcesta Madden, Film # 2223119, Digital Film Number 4031763, Image Number 1140, Reference Number cn3368
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Birth of a daughter
Citation details: about Susan Martha Henderson, Film # 2074928, Digital Film # 4167223, Image # 176, Ref. # cn 162
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Birth of a daughter
Citation details: 16 Mar 2001,5:49PM
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Citation details: death of Mary Emma Gault, Film # 2118255, Digiatl GS # 4030454, Image # 2799, Ref. # Item 6 cn29698
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Birth of a son
Citation details: Film # 2114625, Digital GS # 4165504, Image # 638, Ref. # 63986, Death certificate of John Vance Alexander
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Shared note:

His death certificate says he was born in Mississippi, but that appears to be incorrect.

Birth of a daughter
Citation details: about Althia White, Film # 2218565, Digital Film # 4031922, Image # 1024, Ref. # 4381
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Birth of a son
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Note:

Last residence Fort Stockton, Texas.

Citation details: Film number: 2242783, Digital GS number: 4167878, Image number: 2131, Reference number: 40176, death record of Joseph Riley Alexander
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Birth of a grandson
Citation details: about Leslie Clarence Sansom, Film Number 2243988, Digital Film Number 4005518, Image Number 02473, Reference Number 102687
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Birth of a daughter
Citation details: about Grover A. Redford, film # 2117176, Digital Film # 4028564, Image # 3332, Ref. # cn 10750
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Birth of a grandson
Birth of a granddaughter
Citation details: about Modena Cheatham, Film Number 2117486, Digital Film Number 4028427, Image Number 3501, Reference Number v X cn 31839
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Birth of a grandson
Birth of a grandson
Citation details: census 1900, TEXAS , LLANO, 4 J-PCT, Enum. Dist. 128, Series: T623 Roll: 1655 Page: 175B
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Marriage
Citation details: census 1900, TEXAS , LLANO, 4 J-PCT, Series: T623 Roll: 1655 Page: 177
Quality of data: secondary evidence
Citation details: accessed 29 Nov 2012), about marriage of J. A. Alexander and Henrietta A. Stanaland, 03 Feb 1897; citing Texas-EASy, indexing project (batch) number: M00270-3, source film number: 963262, reference number: vol 12 p 204 cn 1585.
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Birth of a granddaughter
Citation details: about Lena Myrtle Cowan, Film Number 2218599, Digital Film Number 4031396, Image Number 2413, Reference Number CN22220
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Citation details: about COWAN, Myrtle, Sanson, Cox Cemetery, McCulloch County, Submitted by Louann Hall
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Birth of a grandson
Citation details: census 1900, TEXAS , LLANO, 4 J-PCT, Enum. Dist. 128, Series: T623 Roll: 1655 Page: 175B
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Note:

His last residence was in Llano, Llano, Texas.

Birth of a grandson
Birth of a granddaughter
Citation details: death of Olive Celia Shafer, Film # 2138480, Digital GS # 4030502, Image # 1081, Ref. # it3 rn19290
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Birth of a grandson
Divorce
Birth of a granddaughter
Birth of a grandson
Birth of a grandson
Marriage
Quality of data: 4
Shared note:

They were married by F. J. Johnson, County Judge, Llano Co., TX

Birth of a granddaughter
Bonnie Lois MADDEN
about 1904 (aged 64 years)
Birth of a grandson
Citation details: census 1920, 4 J-Pct., Llano, Texas, Enum. Dist. #152, Series: T625 Roll: 1830 Page: 42
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Birth of a granddaughter
Birth of a grandson
Birth of a granddaughter
Citation details: birth of Bertha M. Sansom, cert. number 105676
Text:

scan of original document

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Birth of a granddaughter
Birth of a grandson
Source: Tombstone
Birth of a grandchild
(unknown) GAULT
between 1900 and 1910 (aged 70 years)
Citation details: 1910; Census Place: Justice Precinct 5, McCulloch, Texas; Roll: T624_1574; Page: 12A; Enumeration District: 191; Image: 966
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Birth of a grandchild
(Unknown) GAULT
between 1900 and 1910 (aged 70 years)
Citation details: 1910; Census Place: Justice Precinct 5, McCulloch, Texas; Roll: T624_1574; Page: 12A; Enumeration District: 191; Image: 966
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Birth of a grandson
Citation details: Male Gault child, born 7 Jun 1903 in Milburn, McCulloch, Texas, Certificate # 104884, born to J. R. Gault and Mrs. E. Gault
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Note: There is a blank under "still born or alive" that says No. 4. Is this the fourth child bor…

There is a blank under "still born or alive" that says No. 4. Is this the fourth child born to the mother?

This may be the fourth child born to the mother if that is the meaning of the no. 4 filled out in a blank under the "still born or alive" blank.

Birth of a grandson
Citation details: 1920;Census Place: Justice Precinct 5, McCulloch, Texas; Roll: T625_1830; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 162; Image: 419
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Citation details: 1930; Census Place: Midland, Midland, Texas; Roll: 2376; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 2; Image: 479.0
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Citation details: death of Alton Gault; Issue State: Texas; Issue Date: Before 1951.
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Citation details: birth of male Gault child born to J. R. Gault and Mrs. Gault near Mercury, Texas
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His birth year was listed as 1904 in his World War II Army enlistment. He was born near Mercury, Texas according to his birth certificate..

Birth of a grandson
Birth of a granddaughter
Eda Mae HENDERSON
about 1912 (aged 72 years)
Citation details: census 1930, 4 J-Pct, Llano, Texas, Enum. dist. 150-5, Series: T626 Roll: 2370 Page: 256B
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Citation details: census 1920, 4 J-Pct., Llano, Texas, Enum. Dist. #152, Series: T625 Roll: 1830 Page: 42
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Birth of a granddaughter
Source: Family Bible
Death
January 4, 1915 (aged 75 years)
Burial
Religion
Perhaps Bapt. (?) & Chr. SC.
Family with parents
father
mother
Marriage MarriageJune 20, 1836Limestone County, Alabama, USA
brother
Birth:
Death: Marshall County, Mississippi, USA
himself
Joseph Alexander
18391915
Birth: November 30, 1839near Athens, Limestone, Alabama, USA
Death: January 4, 1915
3 years
younger brother
2 years
younger sister
18441869
Birth: January 22, 1844Mississippi, USA
Death: February 20, 1869
2 years
younger sister
18451880
Birth: 1845Mississippi, USA
Death: about March 1880Robertson County, Texas, USA
3 years
younger brother
4 years
younger brother
4 years
younger sister
3 years
younger brother
18561857
Birth: February 23, 1856
Death: September 4, 1857Marshall County, Mississippi, USA
23 months
younger sister
Family with Martha Elizabeth MASSEY
himself
Joseph Alexander
18391915
Birth: November 30, 1839near Athens, Limestone, Alabama, USA
Death: January 4, 1915
wife
Marriage MarriageFebruary 20, 1868Coldwater, Desoto County, Mississippi, USA
10 months
daughter
18681959
Birth: December 14, 1868Marshall County, Mississippi, USA
Death: November 8, 1959Mrs. Joe Tinney Rest Home, Brady Pct. 1, McCulloch, Texas, USA
23 months
son
William Allen "Doc" Alexander
18701959
Birth: October 26, 1870Mississippi, USA
Death: December 13, 1959
21 months
son
James Alexander
18721950
Birth: July 2, 1872Waterford, Marshall, Mississippi, USA
Death: September 14, 1950Wichita Falls State Hospital, Wichita Falls, Wichita, Texas, USA
2 years
daughter
18741949
Birth: November 5, 1874Mississippi, USA
Death: January 21, 1949Llano, Llano, Texas, USA
23 months
daughter
18761952
Birth: September 24, 1876Mississippi, USA
Death: January 23, 1952Bell County, Texas, USA
3 years
daughter
18791939
Birth: April 7, 1879Robertson County, Texas, USA
Death: June 14, 1939Midland, Midland, Texas, USA
3 years
son
John Vance Alexander
18811955
Birth: September 13, 1881Robertson County, Texas, USA
Death: December 31, 1955Harris Hospital, Fort Worth, Tarrant, Texas, USA
3 years
daughter
Althea Alexander
18841947
Birth: April 18, 1884Llano, Llano, Texas, USA
Death: January 18, 1947St. Joseph Hospital, Fort Worth, Tarrant, Texas, USA
2 years
son
18861973
Birth: May 23, 1886Llano, Llano, Texas, USA
Death: May 27, 1973Memorial Hospital, Fort Stockton, Pecos, Texas, USA
2 years
daughter
18881963
Birth: July 1, 1888Llano, Llano, Texas, USA
Death: January 21, 1963Kerrville State Hospital, Kerrville, Kerr, Texas, USA
Family with Henrietta A. STANALAND
himself
Joseph Alexander
18391915
Birth: November 30, 1839near Athens, Limestone, Alabama, USA
Death: January 4, 1915
ex-wife
18481932
Birth: November 7, 1848Georgia, USA
Death: December 28, 1932Llano, Llano, Texas, USA
Marriage MarriageFebruary 3, 1897Robertson County, Texas, USA
Divorce DivorceNovember 18, 1900
Family with Mary E. FLANAGAN
himself
Joseph Alexander
18391915
Birth: November 30, 1839near Athens, Limestone, Alabama, USA
Death: January 4, 1915
wife
Marriage MarriageMarch 26, 1903Llano County, Texas, USA
(Unknown) HOUGHSTON + Mary E. FLANAGAN
wife’s partner
wife
MarriageDeSoto County Marriages 1865-1869 (Bride: M - R )
Citation details: rootsweb
Quality of data: primary evidence
MarriageMississippi Marriages, 1776-1935 [database on-line]
Citation details: Marriage record of Miss M. E. Massey and J. A. Alexander, DeSoto County, Mississippi
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Marriage"DeSoto County Marriages," database, DeSoto County Marriages, DeSoto County MSGHN  
Citation details: accessed 4 Apr 2013), marriage of Masey, Miss. M. E. and Alexander, J. A., 20 Feb 1868; citing county marriage records.
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MarriageHeritageQuest Online
Citation details: census 1900, TEXAS , LLANO, 4 J-PCT, Series: T623 Roll: 1655 Page: 177
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Marriage"Texas Marriages, 1837-1973," database, www.familysearch.org, FamilySearch Internet  
Citation details: accessed 29 Nov 2012), about marriage of J. A. Alexander and Henrietta A. Stanaland, 03 Feb 1897; citing Texas-EASy, indexing project (batch) number: M00270-3, source film number: 963262, reference number: vol 12 p 204 cn 1585.
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MarriageMarriage License for Joseph Alexander and M. E. Houghston
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NoteHeritageQuest Online
Citation details: census 1870, Township Range 2, Marshall, Waterford PO, Mississippi, Series: M593 Roll: 740 Page: 473
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NoteHeritageQuest Online
Citation details: census 1880, District No. 146, Prec. No. 6, Robertson, Texas, Series: T9 Roll: 1324 Page: 549
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NoteHeritageQuest Online
Citation details: census 1900, TEXAS , LLANO, 4 J-PCT, Series: T623 Roll: 1655 Page: 177
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NoteHeritageQuest Online
Citation details: 1910 census, Llano county, TX, justice prec. 4, enum. dist. 185, sheet 6B, Series: T624 Roll: 1574 Page: 82
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NoteLlano County Court Records
Citation details: 56: 428-433, proof of heirship and sale of land, October - November 1924
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Shared note

They were married by F. J. Johnson, County Judge, Llano Co., TX

Shared note

In the book Reminiscences of the Boys in Gray by Maimie Yeary, Copyright 1902, he was listed among the Andersons for some reason. The following is his entry in its entirety as it was e-mailed to me from Warren Stricker of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library: "JOSEPH ANDERSON ALEXANDER, of Llano, Texas.--Was born Nov. 30, 1839, near Athens, Limestone County, Ala. Enlisted in the Confederate Army August, 1862, at College Hill, Miss., as private in Company D., Wilbourn's Battalion, Trans-Mississippi Department, with James Martin first Captain. Was changed from the above company to that of Gen. Gholson's Brigade because they wanted to conscript us and only accept us for our horses, so we formed a new company, elected new officers and marched to Gholson's Brigade, W. L. Lowery's Regiment. I was never wounded and was not in many regular battles, but was in a number of skirmishes. Our company was kept as guards most of the time, that is, we were kept on the different roads on out-post duty. I was never taken prisoner. Was promoted from private to Third Lieutenant in the fall or winter of 1863, but did not do much service. I was sent to the hospital and from there home. Was in the battles of Olive Branch, Memphis, Tenn., and Pontotoc, Miss. We started the enemy in the town and exchanged a few shots, then chased them nine miles to Cherry Creek, where we came upon them again and exchanged a few shots, and our ammunition gave out and we quit the race."

In the 1850 census for Marshall Co of Mississippi, Southern Division he is found with his parents in household number 494. He is shown as 10 years old, and he had attended school during the preceding year. He was born in Alabama.

In 1860 Census for Marshall Co., of Mississippi, page 273, Post Office Waterford, he is found with his parents in dwelling 349, family 334. He is shown as 20 or 21 (it is unclear which). He was born in Alabama, and he attended school the preceding year.

The Daughters of the Confederacy gave him a medal for his Civil War service.

He was postmaster of Republic, Texas (Morris Henderson) when it was reestablished 24 Feb 1903 (Postmasters & Post Offices of Llano County, Texas 1857-1930, Rootsweb.com/~txpost/llano.html, accessed 28 Feb 2003).

He had a pet parrot who lived in a tree outside his home in Llano County. It was tame and would say, "Polly wants a cracker!" It would swoop out of the tree at his granddaughter Althea Henderson and scare her.

He used to sit on a barrel type settee in the breezeway of his house and swat his grandkids with a fly swatter. This also scared Althea although it was done in fun.

Joseph had to use dynamite to get through the hard rock when he dug the well. Althea Henderson Bush says that they used to wash their clothes at a pond that was some distance from the house because they did not get enough water from the well.

In his old age he became a Christian Scientist. He would not even allow his daughters to wash his feet if he thought it was for "medicinal purposes." He had a horse once that had a wart. He had healing treatments for the horse without result. Finally two or three of his sons caught it and burned the wart off. He never said a word to anyone about it. He did not ask why they had done it or reprove them.

The following information was sent from Carroll Osbourn by e-mail, June 8, 2000 at 6:42 PM: The 160 acres of land situated in Llano, County, Texas and known as the north half of of the west half of Section #2, Certificate 3/461, H.&G.N.R.R.Co. patented to J. A. Alexander assignee, by letter patent No. 107, Vol 7A, dated April 28, 1920, was preempted by said J. A. Alexander, in the year 1882 and was paid for prior to the death of Mattie Alexander, the first wife of said J. A. Alexander, and was owned at the death of said J. A. Alexander, and was owned at the death of the said J. A. Alexander on January 4, 1915, and for long years there to by the said J. A. Alexander and his said 10 children, being community property between the said J. A. Alexander and his first wife, and upon witch they resided during their married life from the time of it's purchase as aforesaid; That neather of the said 2nd. and 3rd. wifes of the said J. A. Alexander ever had any interest whatever in said land, and neither any heirs of them have any interest whatever there in and never have had any interest there in. J. E. Madden, & R. F. Redford 5 November 1924 ======== Book 56 Page 432 -- Llano County House Affidavit in proof of heirship, and ownership The said Mattie Alexander died in 1894, and the said J. A. Alexander was there after married again in the year 1897 to Henrietta Stanaland, from whom he was afterward divorced 18 November 1900 and there was no issue of said marriage. That the said J. A. Alexander was there after married again, in the year 1904, the third time, to Mary Flanagan, and that the said Mary Flanagan continued as his wife until the year 1907 when she died intestate and there was no issue of this marriage. The said J. A. Alexander died in the year 1915.

Records from Llano County, book 56, pages 428-433 include the above references. The proof of heirship allowed for the sale of the land to G. E. and Alice Reagor for $3840. The heirs were the ten children who were listed in these court records. They were W. A. Alexander, of Stephens County, Texas, Lena Sansom (formerly Lena Alexander) and husband T. L. Sansom and Emma Gault (formerly Emma Alexander) and husband J. R. Gault, and Althea Alexander, a feme sole, of McCulloch County, Texas, J. A. Alexander and J. V. Alexander of Tarrant County, Texas, J. R. Alexander of Schleicher County, Texas, Modena Madden (formerly Modena Alexander) and husband J. E. Madeen, Sue Henderson (formerly Sue Alexander) and husband R. F. Redford. ==============

Other information has come to light regarding the original purchase of the land. The Texas General Land office provided other information. There was an Application and Affidavit to Purchase as an Actual Settler the north 1/2 of the west 1/2 of Section 2, certificate 3/461, grantee H&G. N. R. R. Co. for 158 1/2 acres of dry grazing (classification) land. The land was about nine miles (give course) n. west from County site (situated in Llano County, Texas). It was signed by W. A. Alexander, applicant, on the 10th day of September, 1898 and witnessed by a notary public in Llano County, Texas. In it, he swored that he wanted to purchase the said land for a home, and that he had settled in good faith theron, and that he was not at that time either as assignee or original purchaser, the owner of any other land purchased from teh state. He further swore that he was not acting in collusion with others for the purpose fo buying the land for any other person or corporation, and taht no other person or corporation is interested in this purchase save himself. He was over eighteen yars of age, and his address was Valley Springs in Llano County, State of Texas. He agreed to pay $158.50 for the land, with interest. The land was purchased under an act of May 19, 1897 which allowed the sale of "school land." A warranty deed was signed in Tom Green County 14 Jan 1907 in which W. A. Alexander and L. S. Alexander conveyed the property to J. A. Alexander for the sum of $500. It was not filed until 8 Sep 1919 in Llano County. Statements were made to the land office regarding the purchase of the land. First, the land was purchased by W. A. Alexander in Llano County, Texas, September 12, 1898, as an actual settler. Second, that at the time the application for the purchase of the land was made, he occupied and lived on the said land, and it was the only home he had. Third, prior to January 1st, 1898, the affiant lived upon the land, and the same was his home from the said last mentioned date until about the first of January 1899, and he used and cultivated the same. That there were upon the said land at that time a dwelling house, a well, a barn, and 70 acres in cultivation, both on the first of January 1898 and at all times subsequently thereto, of which improvements affiant as such actual setller for valuable consideration became the purchaser. Fourth, he lived on the land and made it his home from the time his application was filed for the purchase of the land as an actual settler until about the first of January, 1899, at which time he sold the tract of land to his father, J. A. Alexander, who immediately moved onto the land and occupied it as his home until his death in 1912 (sic). The property as had been described had been occupied by each purchaser as his home during each's occupancy, and and the previously stated improvements were sufficient for the occupants and their respective family members, and did accomodate such as a comfortable home. Fifth, the transfer of the property to his father was done in good faith and for valuable consideration about the first of January, 1899. That W. A. Alexander had failed to execute and deliver to his father a written deed to the land until about the 14th day of January 1907 because of neglect and the fact that he had moved to Concho and Schleicher Counties. Three men, I. W. Williams, J. N. Madden, and John W. Henderson all were witnesses to the document, stating that he had lived in Llano County near the land described in the affidavit of W. A. alexander attached to their statement during all the years 1898 through 1901, and that each was acquainted with said lands during said time. The facts stated by W. A. Alexander were well known to each of them.

This is the same land that he paid taxes on in 1884, 1885, and 1886 (at least). It was abstract number 1099.

Mary E. (Flanagan) Alexander is buried in Salem Cemetery. Martha (Henderson) Alexander, the mother of J. A. Alexander is also buried in Salem Cemetery.

Census: 1860, he was living with his parents.

1870, Township Range 2, Marshall, Waterford PO, Mississippi, Series: M593 Roll: 740 Page: 473 Alexander, J. A., 30, m, w, Farmer, 500, 200, AL Martha, 26, F, w, housekeeper, MS J. A., 1, f, w, MS He is living either next door to his parents or in the same household. The families and households are not numbered on this census page.

1880, District No. 146, Prec. No. 6, Robertson, Texas, Series: T9 Roll: 1324 Page: 549 448/461, Alexander, J. A., w, m, 40, farmer, AL, TN, AL Martha E. w, f, 36, wife, keeping house, MS, SC, MS Josa A., w, f, 17, Daughter, at home, MS, AL, MS Wm. A., w, f, 9, son, MS, AL, MS Jas A., w, m, 7, son, MS, AL, MS Moda A., w, f, 5, daughter, MS, AL, MS Martha S., w, f, 3, daughter, MS, AL, MS Mary E., w, f, 1, TX, AL, MS

1900, TEXAS , LLANO, 4 J-PCT, Series: T623 Roll: 1655 Page: 177 48/49, Alexander, Joe A., head, w, m, Nov, 1839, 60, m, 3, AL, TN, AL, farmer, home owned free ----, Modena A., Daughter, w, f, Nov., 1874, 25, s, MS, AL, MS ----, Cora A., Daughter, w, f, Apr, 1884, 16, s, TX, AL, MS, at school ----, Joseph R., Son, w, m, m, 1886, 14, s, TX, AL, MS, farm Laborer ----, Grover, daughter, w, f, July, 1888, 11, S, TX, AL, MS, at school ----, Martha M., Mother, w, f, May, 1818, 82, wd, 12 children, 3 living, AL, SC, SC ----, Wm. J., Nephew, w, m, Jan, 1876, 24, s, MS, MS, GA, farmer Modena, Cora, and Joseph had all attended school for 5 months. Although he was still married to Henrietta, she apparently had left the home by census time. Who is William Joseph, the nephew?

1910, Llano county, Texas, prec. 4, enum. dist. 185, sheet 6B (last family on last page of precinct 4) 113/114, Alexander, J. A. head, m, w, 70, w, AL, TN, AL, farmer, from home, OA ----, Cora Althea, daughter, f, w, 25, s, TX, AL, MS, school teacher ----, Riley, son, m, w, 23, s, TX, AL, MS, farmer ----, Grover, daughter, f, w, 21, s, TX, AL, MS, none

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