Here's your information. This is my line. A new tract of virgin land was opened to settlement of the New Munster was issued to Edwin O'Dwire and fifteen other Irishmen in the year 1683.This land was tranferred by Thomas Stevenson to Alexanders, among them wasJames Alexander,weaver, and his son Moses.This deed was dated 1714, so we know that Moses was already of age at this time.One source says that the wife of James was Mary Steele.Deed Book 5,p97, Cecil Co.Md dated April 1, 1735 records the following:James Alexander and his son Moses, and wife Mary,wife of ye said Moses(who was married to MaryWallace)"Selling part of their tract to WilliamSample of Chester Co., Pa. P9 " We know of only two children of James Alexander, but assume that he had more.His son, Moses, is of record.His son James Jr. was on the Rent Roll in New Munster section in 1738. Page 15--under the caption of Moses Alexander"We do not know the exact date of Moses' birth but know he had reached the age of majority by 1714 when he is mentioned in the deed for the New Munster tract. Moses' land was in the section of Cecil Co., Mdcalled Milford Hundred, and that his wife wasMary. Moses Alexander made a will 2/2/1762, filed 12/1762 (Hall of Records, Annapolis, Md. Book 31, p.820.He names his children:Nathaniel,Abraham,Priscilla, Zebulon,Moses, Mark, Mary, Ruth, and Daniel.We know his sons Nathaniel, James, Zebulon, Moses, and Daniel migrated to Mecklenburg Co., NC.Daniel was left land provided he paid all debts and funeral expenses. He brought land Land in 1755 from his brother Nathaniel in Anson Co., NC later cut off into Mecklenburg Co, and still later in Cabarrus Co.,NC.