There was at least one more Alexander Bean.He resided in Pike County, Alabama.I don't know his date of birth, but this is what is shown in the Abstracts from Estate Books 13-19, 1823-1880, published by the Pike County Alabama Historical and Genealogical Society. "Bean AlexanderBook 13, Pages 32-39 and 690 Adm. John W. Youngblood, appointed on Feb 4, 1857.Signing the bond as sureties were Marshall J. Bean and Benjamin Still.In his will, shown incompletely on Page 32, Alexander Bean left all his buildings or houses and 25 acres of open land lying south of his farm, including his well, to his wife Dorcas Bean.To his grandson Edwin R. Kedius(?) Houston, he left $1000 and stated that his son Marshall J. Bean and heirs should be bound for payment of this money in 18 months after his, Alexander Bean's death.The will was proved on Oct. 22, 1855 by witnesses, Henry Pennington and Christopher C. Pennington. Heirs:Dorcas Bean, widow, Marshall J. Bean son, Edwin R. Kedius(?)Houston, grandson.The real and personal property of the desceased was appraised on Feb. 14, 1857 by John B. Goldsmith, Isaac M. Johnson, James McClaney and James E. Barrett.Land E1/2 of SW1/4 of 40 acres from W1/2 of SW1/4 of section 27, W1/2 of NE1/4 of Section 34, all in T12R, 22,240 acres, valued at $1680.00." Dorcas Bean my gggrandmother,was b. 1798 in Ga. Dorcas was first married to Allen Riley and had seven children.Allen Riley died in 1829 and his will was probated in Autauga County, Al.In 1841, Dorcas Married Jackson Mallett and had one son.I don't know when he died.In I believe 1852, Dorcas Married Alexander Bean.She carried the Bean name for the rest of her life.