I have sort of dropped out of the Alexander research after putting together the little I needed. I was looking at an Archibald Crockett who married Deborah Wilson, sister of Rev John McK. Wilson. That took me to the McCameys of PA and just a bit into the vast sea of Alexanders and Wilsons. I got onto the "Aunt Suzy" trail mainly to look for a connection (remote at best) to one George McCamey.I do regret I have very few ideas of much help to anyone on the Alexanders in general.I tend to flit from one topic tor another, and I do backtrack now and again. Therefore, I am keeping your request "on file".
I do have the Public Library of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County references you might be able to use. "Alexander Notebooks" is typed manuscript bound as a book. I found that he had already said years ago what I spent many hours proving.
Alexander Notebooks Compiled and researched by Alvah Stafford North Carolina Room NCR 929.2 Oversize Typescript 2 volumes, indexed Public Library of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County 1985
Alexander, Charles (Carman) and Virgina W Alexander Kin North Carolina Room NCR 929.2 indexed ca 1965 173 pages
Alexander, Charles (Carman) and Virgina W Alexander Kin Vol II North Carolina Room ca 1990 Southern Historical Press, Greensville, SC 589 pages
The Libraray of Congress catalogsays: "Vol. 2 has imprint: Greenville, S.C.: Southern Historical Press.
And remember Mac Alexander's caveat: "Also, the much larger vol II does NOT have all the material in Vol I."