Does anyone know who this Robert Alexander was? I am a Harrison researcher that has Alexander marriage between two daughters of William Harrison b. 19 Aug. 1816 in Georgia. His daughters were: Ann Elizabeth Harrison b. 7 Sept. 1842 m. Calvin B. Alexander Eugenia Frances (Sis) Harrison b. 27 April 1844 m. Abner Asbury Alexander Abner and Calvin descend from the lines of James Alexander b. 17 June 1812 m. Elizabeth Jane Stokes Notice Stokes and Alexanders in the information below. Can anyone tie this Robert to James Alexander who m. Elizabeth Jane Stokes?
Harrison Genealogy Repository Benjamin HARRISON Sr. ABT 1710 - ABT 1789 Repository ID Number: I16181
„X RESIDENCE: Lunenburg Co., VA; Brunswick Co., VA „X BIRTH: ABT 1710 [S965] „X DEATH: ABT 1789, Brunswick Co., VA „X WILL: 25 Jan 1790 „X RESOURCES: See: [S514] [S902] Father: (Research Family Group) HARRISON OF BRUNSWICK
Family 1 : Elizabeth 1. + Benjamin HARRISON Jr. 2. + Thomas HARRISON 3. + James HARRISON 4. Riter (Rose) HARRISON 5. + Rebecca HARRISON 6. Mary HARRISON 7. Hannah HARRISON 8. + Elizabeth HARRISON 9. Harriett HARRISON 10. Tabitha HARRISON 11. Nancy Ann HARRISON 12. Judith HARRISON Notes NOT PROVEN but likely brother of William. Letters of several descendants of this line state that this Benjamin was a kinsmen of Pres. William Henry HARRISON. This information on Benjamin Harrison and his descendants is taken from "Records of the Harrison Family of Brunswick County, Virginia, Georgia and Alabama," research by Miss Alberta Patterson and Mrs. George S. Foster 1956 through 1964. Other items are from Brunswick County Records and other sources. Benjamin Harrison and his family settled in the Southwest corner of Brunswick County, land running into Mecklenburg Co and Warren Co, N.C. their land was along Cock's Creek and its branches, Little Creek and Pole Creek (now called Poplar Creek). Many of his family left for Georgia and other Southern states. The sale of 1,835 acres of land on Cock's Creek by Martha Hicks and Benjamin Harrison, Jr., to Edward Brodnax, November 12, 1799, indicates their departure to Greene County, Georgia around 1801 1755: Benjamin Harrison of Lunenburg Co., Va., buys 117 acres land on Cock's Creek, Brunswick Co., VA. 1755: Brunswick Co., Deed Book 6. p. 4: Indenture 22 of December between Randal Bracey and Benjamin Harrison of Lunenburg County for 275 lbs., conveying 1117 acres on Cock's Creek, part of which was granted under a patent for 150 acres and conveyed from John Nipper to Bracy on March 4, 1742, 73 acres under a patent bearing date Sept 5, 1749, and also two other patents bearing date of 1755 for 314 acres each. wit: Thomas Twitty, William Lindsey, Silvanus Stokes, Jr., Robert Alexander. Presented in court, December 23, 1755.