I'm not sure if this is the Alexander famly you're asking about but I'll give you what I have. Maybe something will
ring a bell.
Leander Wilson Alexander,b. 12 Nov 1843 Ray co., Mo.
Died 9 Mar 1925 sunnyside, Yakima co., Washington.
Leander Wilson and Martha Alice Cheshier Alexander lived in
Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, and moved to Washington State
in March of 1902. They took up a homestead north of Prosser, Washington where they lived a few years. Sold that
place and bought a place near Sunnyside.
Buried :Sunnyside, Yakima co., Wa.
Biographical from History of Caldwell co., Page 428-29
Leander W. Alexander
Farmer and Raiser od Thoroughbred Herford Cattle,Post Office
The father of the subject of the [resent sketch , James Alexandr ,originally from Ohio, became a citizen of Missouri
in 1840, and from that time to his death, which occurred August 16, 1882, he was intimately and prominnently associated with the history of Ray and Caldwell counties.
For some 15 years he resided in the former county, coming here in 1862, where he ever afterwards was well known. His wifw was formly Miss Lavina C. Nelson, of Belmont co., Ohio.
Of their family there are five living and two dead, one son and a daughter,besides Leander, the second son:James F., of Daviess co.: Lavina C.,wife of C.B. Morris, of Harrison co.:
Emma , wife if W. A, Wright, of this county:Alfred and Oliver, of this conty: Leander born in Ray county,Mp. Nov 12,1843, was reared there and in Ohio, his father having returned to the State in 1851 and remained until 1858. Coming again to Missouri, he has continued to follow in the channels of the calling to which he grew up--farming and stock raising. At the present time Mr.Alexander is turning ]his attention to the raising of thoroughbred Herford cattle,
believing, and wisely too, that it costsin the end less to
secure a good class of stock that a poor grade, and he is much interestedin endeavoring to promote advance stock matters in this community. amonghis fine head of cattle is the celcbrated male animal, Temperance,No. 12,574, imported
from England, and a direct descendant of "Old Count" the 2nd
Mr.A has been twice married. First in 1859 to Miss Emline Petty, of Ray co., who died in 1875, leaving two sons, Ammi and Melvin. His second wife was Alice Cheshier, a Tennesseean by birth, to whom he was married Feburary 24, 1878. Two sons have blessed this union. Flavius and Leander H.
That was taken from Worldconnect Project.James Alexander Pa
Oh Mo Ks 1700s to 1900s by Dorthy Williams.
I do have pictures of two ladies. Three pictures total.
One says Mrs. L. W. Alexander. Probably Alice.But the other
lady with her I have no clue.
I also have more information on the rest of the Alexander
Hope this helps.