Luanne and Roy,I have already responded to one of your other postings Luanne, but I also have Sarah Alexander my 7 Great Grandmother with the same birth information you provided in your posting.I have her married to Matthew Wallace born 1672 in Cecil County, Maryland and died 3 May 1751.I have that they had 8 children, James, Matthew, William, Joseph, George, Alexander, Ezekiel, and John.
I have that Matthew Wallace's father was also named Matthew and that he was born in Scotland.I have no birth or death dates or place of death.I also do not have the name of his wife, but I have that he had nine children and they are: Matthew, Samuel, James, John, Catherine, Jane, William, Thomas, and Richard.
Luanne, like you I have that Sarah Alexander's parents are Samuel Alexander and Mary Taylor.I also have information that she had a sibling named, Francis.I have no stats on the parents or on her sister Francis.However, I have that Mary Taylor's parents are George Taylor and Comfort Anderson and I have no stats on them.
In addition on the children of Matthew Wallace that I mention in the paragraph above in addition to the information I have mentioned already on Matthew, I have that Catherine Wallace married William Alexander Jr.I have no stats and don't have a lineage, but suspect he is related to the other Alexander(s).
I am mainly sharing with you what I have regarding Wallace and Alexander families, but I also have that Samuel married Frances Young and Jane married John McKnitt on 28 Mar 1693.
Also, I have that James Wallace son of Matthew Wallace and Sarah Alexander mentioned above married Elizabeth Hart.
Luanne, in your posting what is meant by (Rev James) next to Samuel Alexander's name and (George) written next to Mary Taylor?
I descend from the Gore, Morrow, Wallace, and Alexander lines that are full of Reverends (preachers) and are associated with one another for generations down through to me.Several of them are responsible for the ordinations of one another and additionally became associated with one another through marriage between the families.
There are 3 or 4 Baptist and Methodist Churches in Brushy Creek, in Anderson County, Texas that were established by the Gore, Morrow, Wallace and associated families in the mid 1850s.The town of Brushy Creek no longer exists, but the churches do.They are located in Anderson County near what is now Palestine, Texas.The remnants of Brushy Creek and where 2 of the churches are located at the intersection of Farm roads 315 and 837, on a tributary of Brushy Creek thirteen miles northeast of Palestine in northeastern Anderson County.
All through these families their are family and church records that show their association to one another clear through to these people identified in your postings.