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Marriage: Children:
  1. William "Will" Alexander: Birth: 12 AUG 1815. Death: 5 AUG 1818

  2. Robert Spruell Crawford Aitcheson Alexander: Birth: 25 OCT 1819 in Frankfort, Franklin Co., Ky.. Death: 1 DEC 1867

  3. Lucy Alexander: Birth: 18 SEP 1822. Death: 5 JAN 1902

  4. Alexander John "A. J." "Alex" Alexander: Birth: 7 OCT 1824 in "Woodburn," Spring Station, Woodford Co., Ky.. Death: 2 DEC 1902 in "Woodburn," Woodford Co., Ky.

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1. Title:   Kentucky Antebellum Portraiture
Text:   p.281
Author:   Whitley, Edna Talbott
2. Title:   Old Homes of the Blue Grass
Text:   p.70
Author:   commentary by Dr. J. Winston Coleman, Jr.
Publication:   The Kentucky Society, Lexington
3. Title:   Bluegrass Houses And Their Traditions
Text:   p.173, n.b. listed grandfather as father
Author:   Simpson, Elizabeth M.
Publication:   Transylvania Press, Lexington, Ky. 1932
4. Title:   The Alexander & Brodhead connection
Author:   Robert Baker Cartwright's
5. Title:   Frankfort Cemetery
Publication:   (no publisher name listed)
6. Title:   A Kingdom for the Horse
Text:   date
Author:   Mangum, William Preston II
Publication:   Harmony House Publishers, Louisville
7. Title:   "People"
8. Title:   Frankfort Cemetery
Text:   p.3
Publication:   (no publisher name listed)
9. Title:   Woodford County, Kentucky Biographies
Publication:   Mountain Press, O.O.B. 400, Signal Mt., TN 37377-0400
10. Title:   Woodford County, Kentucky Biographies
Publication:   Mountain Press, O.O.B. 400, Signal Mt., TN 37377-0400
11. Title:   The Bluegrass Horse Country
Text:   pp.162 -- 166
Author:   Jordon, Joe
Publication:   Transylvanis Press, Lexington, Ky. 1940
12. Title:   Kentucky In Retrospect, Noteworthy Personages & Events
Text:   p.192, photo (spells name "Woodbourne")
Author:   by Drake, Wilson, & Ardery (1942) and Clift (1967)
Publication:   The Ky. Historical Soc., Frankfort, Ky.
13. Title:   Mrs. Lucy (Weisiger) W(ilson) Gorin, Savannah, Ga.,
Text:   2 Oct. 1814
Author:   from John B. Lindsey (1837-1922)
14. Title:   A Corner in Celebrities
Text:   p.61, fact only, no date or place
Author:   Trabue, Alice Elizabeth
Publication:   published by The Filson Club
15. Title:   Woodford County, Kentucky Biographies
Text:   p.1, year only
Publication:   Mountain Press, O.O.B. 400, Signal Mt., TN 37377-0400
16. Title:   Descendants of Marquis de la Calmes I, a work in progress
Text:   1 Oct.
Author:   Brig. Gen. H.J.Dalton, Jr. USAF Retired

a. Note:   His Jouett portrait #2 listed by Mrs. Martin .Original "Woodburn" now (ca 2000) divided among Airdrie,Binderton, Lanark, & Woodburn.Robert Alexander offered the famous stallion Lexington standingat his stud farm, Woodburn. (see also Dr. Elisha Warfield, Jr.,# 20139) Lexington was dominating sire of his day & had costAlexander $15,000. Lexington was the sire of all three horsesin the opening race at Jerome Racetrack in Westchester Co., NY,and all three were undefeated up until that time. LeonardJerome owned one of these, a horse named "Kentucky" for whom hehad paid $40,000, quite a bit in those days. To the delight ofhis young daughter Jennie (later mother of Winston Churchill),Kentucky won the race. Lexington "the blind hero of Woodurn," died in 1875.
b. Note:   Section G, Lot 433, Grave # 15
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