Note: s a minister, he twice made the long journey into North Carolina. Hesettled in London Grove, Chester Co, PA and was appointed an Elder 31Nov 1736. He removed to Warrington Twp in York county in 1743, wherehe was also the Minister of the Warrington Monthly Meeting. His will, dated 28 May 1767 names sons John, Elihu, William, Samuel,Thomas, Joseph, and Benjamin; and daughters Ruth Morthland, MaryWells, Ann Fraizor, and Jane Smith,
Note: Alexander was a Quaker Minister for twenty-two years before his death.A
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