Tracey-- Let's see if we can get a few more details on your great-grandmother and put her in the right place on the family tree.I have two possibilites for you from the Alexanders in KY.Here is the one that I feel is most likely with the info you posted and that is for Lucian Alexander, b. 188? and is the daughter of Benjamin Franklin Alexander(1868-1929) and Melinda Francis McIntire.Was your GGrandmother the oldest of her siblings?This Lucian was the oldest and her siblings are as follow:Halle, b. 188?); Elizabeth(1892-1902); Louvena P. Alexander (1895-1913; William Thomas Alexander (1900-1962); Vada Bruce Alexander-who married Fleming Robertson Hoskins (1904-1987); James Robert Alexander 1905-1908.This looks possible as the orginal spelling, Lucian may have evolved into the more simple Lucy Ann.Also, Lucian had a youngersister, Elizabeth who only lived to be 10 years old, and I noticed one of Lucy Ann's daughters went by Elizabeth.If you can verify that this is your line, I can take you all the way back another 6 generations through North Carolina to 1720 in Cecil County Maryland, where we first entered the country from Scotlan, via Ireland.If this is your line then your gggrandfather, Ben Franklin Alexander and my great grandfather, William David Alexander were brothers.
The second possibility if that first line does not proof out is a more indirect scenario. I show a Lucy M. Alexander, born in the 1840's.It does not indicate that this Lucy ever married, and it is 40 years too early, but... here are the names of her two brothers, who may have named a daughter born in the 1880s after their sister Lucy M. Alexander.The Brothers are Thomas G. Alexander, who married Ilda Woods and George W. Alexander.
Let me know if any of that is helpful and I will try to help you a step furher.