I'm also searching for the wife of Nathaniel Alexander, who died in Smith County, TX, Sep 12, 1852.According to "Index - Abstracts of Smith Co. Probate Records, Smith Co. TX 1846-1880, I'll pass this information, and I quote: NATHANIEL ALEXANDER, DEC'D John H. Alexander, petitioned as administrator 9/6/1853.Alexander d. 9/12/1853. Appraisers: John F. Overton, William McDonald, Berry Smith.Inv. 2 horses, cattle, 20 hogs, land, etc. total $998.50.Heirs (1857):Mary Jain McKinley; Eunice Ann McKinley; Nancy E. Cooper; Louisa S. Mayfield, Patric F. Alexander, Nathaniel Alexander. File: APMB: A-1/120, 129, 130, 133, 135, 136.A-2/268, 269, 312, 334, 348. B/23, 36, 282, 418."Will share information on Louisa S. Mayfield.Would like to hear from other Nathaniel Alexander of Smith Co. TX researchers. One Nathaniel Alexander had land patented to him in Smith Co. TX, as discovered on the Smith Co., Tax rolls in 1858.Battle Mayfield md. Louisa S. Mayfield, 15 Dec 1854 in Smith Co. TX and by 1860 the couple is shown on the Claiborne Psh. Louisiana census record as "B. Mayfield."Battle died there 10 Feb 1864; Louisa returned to Smith Co. and in 1870 was living there with their two children:Andrew Jackson Mayfield, b. 1860 and Samuel Houston Mayfield, b. 1862.Would like to prove Louisa's mother's name, and all siblings.Thanks.