My wife's cousin is Edward S. Alexander, and in response to your inquiry he wrote me the following: "Randall Alexander is my immigrant ancestor. He arrived on the ship "Robert" at Boston in 1718. After spending the winter on shipboard in Casco Bay, ME, this company came part way up the Merrimac River, and were the first settlers of Nutfield, NH in 1719.(subsequently renamed Londonderry). Randall and Janet's son named Robert, born Londonderry 1720. Wife's name Mary. Robert died in Lkndonderry 1765. Robert & Mary's son Hugh, born Londonderry 1756. First wife's name Agnes Clark. Hugh served in Revolutionary War with New Hampshire Volunteers at Bunker Hill. Second wife's name Elizabeth(aka Betsy) Alexander, m. 1801.Hugh died in Vershire, Orange County, VT. Death not recorded in Vershire Town Records. Thus using DAR Patriot Index as authority for death. A stone erected in his memory at the Vershire Center Cemetery. The stone is in the Joshua & Polly (Sessions) Alexander lot. Hugh & Agnes youngest son named Robert born Londonderry 1782. Married Lydia Flanders 1807. Had nine children including a son Robert, who died 1873, Lydia died 1858, both in Brownington, Orleans County, VT. Robert born 1822 married Mary Louise Streeter; bith died in Brownington, VT. Edward Everett born 1853 married (2) Myra Gaskell 1888, both died West Burke, Caledonia County, VT."