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1. Title:   1753738.FTW
2. Title:   Mecklenburg Co. NC Deed Abstracts 1769-1779 pub. 1970 by BrentHolcomb.
Author:   Brent Holcomb
3. Title:   Ferguson, Herman; Mecklenburg North Carolina Deed Abstracts 1763-1799Deeds NC 1763-1799
Author:   Herman Fergurson & Brent Holcomb
Publication:   Mecklenburg Co. NC Deed Abstracts 1769-1779 pub. 1970 by BrentHolcomb.
4. Title:   Fergason, Hermann: Mecklenburg Co. North Carolina Minutes of theCourt of Common Pleas and Quarter Sessions Vol I1780-1800 Vol II 1801-1820 (Waco Publi
Author:   transcribed by Herman Fergason 1995 Vol I and II
Publication:   Waco Public Library Easly , SC Southern Historical Press Corp 1979. transcribed by Herman Fergason 1995 600 Chad Dr. Rocky Mount, NC27803 $27.,50 postpaid and Vol II 1801-1820 $ 30.00 postpaid email<[email protected]@Aol.com
5. Title:   hjackwells34.FTW
6. Title:   Dr Alvah M.Stafford and Mrs Evelyn Alexander Stafford; **ALEXANDERNOTE BOOKS complied and researched by Dr. Alvah Stafford, 1951, Editedby Paul E. Ro
Author:   Dr Alvah M.Stafford and Mrs Evelyn Alexander Stafford
Publication:   Dr Alvah and Mrs. Stafford's "Alexander Papers" which some 400 pagesof material is found only in The Carolina room of The Charlotte Library The Alexander Notebooks" compiled by The Carolina Room Staff, This notebook is in The Carolina Room of The Charlo
7. Title:   Wills North Carlonia Book A15 Page 44 William Alexander dtd 6 Aug1804 Prob Oct 1805
Author:   Herman ferguson 1993

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a. Note:   [hjackwells34.FTW] Deeds Meck "pp 254-255 8 Feb 1777 John Garrison of Meck. to Ezekiel Alexander of same for L.300 proc money 267 A (acres) part of tract #3 deeded from Selwyn to Jane Craighead--to his son--to John Garrison and Hannah. wit: James Alexander, John Locke, Daniel Alexander. rec July 1777 111 A on Sugar Creek, part of land subdivided from John Campbells barony in tract #4 deeded to James and Ezekiel Alexander by J.E McColloh 14 May 1765 (page 162). " {Patent Book 2, #202 pg. 39 COLONY OF NORTH CAROLINA LAND GRANTS 1700-1764: On The 4 April 1753 James Alexander granted 640 acres in Anson County near a little branch between Crowders creek and The S fork, joining (a Point near Evan Lewis. (Patent book 2, p167 pg. 33.} Note: Anson Co. was divided into Anson and Mecklenburg in 1763. pp. 775-776 12 Oct 1768 James Alexander and wife Elizabeth and Ezekiel Alexander and wife Martha of Meck to Arthur Dickson of same for L60 111 A on one of The branches of Sugar Creek adj. John Buchanon, granted to James and Ezekiel Alexander out of John Campbells barony by deed. James Alexander seal. Ezekiel Alexander seal Martha Alexander (X) seal wit: Robert Irwin, John Buchanon, Wm. Flenniken recorded Oct...1768.{ Mention of The wives names confirms that this is The Ezekiel married to Martha and brother to James} July 1760 James and Elizabeth of Meck. to William Alexander, blacksmith fo L15 proc money 50 A on one of The branches of Mallard Creek part of tract James lives on granted to him from John Campbell. wit. Robt. Irwin, Ezekiel Alexander, Arthur Dickson 1 July 1768 { Ezekies brother James is selling land to their brother William, who is listed as a blacksmith. Ezekiel witnesses The sale}. Prob NC Meck "392 p 113 13 Jan 1781 James Alexander and wf Elizabeth to High Neely for L1000 current currency ..(1) 190 A on Mallard Cr. adj Wagon Road (tract deeded to Matthew Robison by John Campbell then to Robison then to Alexander . (2) 92 A adj to James Harris old line and other lands of Alexander. Ack on Oct 1781 by Elizabeth, relict of James prov Ap 1781 (We know now that James died between Jan. 1781 and Oct 1781) Helen in Waco "Ezekiel Alexander Sr. (wf. Martha) was born 1726, died 1811 in Mecklenburg was The son of David Alexander, The weaver of New Munster, Cecil Co. Md. His oldest brother, Aaron who died 1771 in Mecklenburg sold land of his father David prior to moving to Mecklenburg in 1749 and 1751. He also had brothers William Sr. blacksmith m. to Rebecca Brown, and James m. to Elizabeth. There are numerous deeds and records that tie The three brothers together in Mecklenburg in 1760s. Ezekiel had a land grant in Anson Co (early Meck) in April 1753 on both sides of Sugar Creek . Alex Notebooks pg 110 "James son of David of Cecil County, Md. He is called brother in The will of William Alexandr ,blacksmith. (James was married to Elizabeth and had a son Isaac who handled his property after his death about 1768." ProbNC Meck July 1768 James and Elizabeth of Meck. to William Alexander, blacksmith for L15 proc money on one of branches of Mallard Creek, part of tract James lives on granted to him from John Campbell wit: Robt Irwin, Ezekiel Alexander, Arthur Dickson July 1768 {brothers of Ezekiel Sr.}92 pg 7-8 27 Jan 1767 McColloh to Wm Alexander of Meck, blacksmith for L6 60A adjacent Ezekiel Alexander on head branches of Mallard creek prov July 1767." Patent Book 2, #202 pg. 39 COLONY OF NORTH CAROLINA LAND GRANTS 1700-1764 . pp. 775-776 12 Oct 1768 James Alexander and wife Elizabeth and Ezekiel Alexander and wife Martha of Meck to Arthur Dickson of same for L60 111 A on one of The branches of Sugar Creek adj. John Buchanon, granted to James and Ezekiel Alexander out of John Campbells barony by deed. James Alexander seal. Ezekiel Alexander seal Martha Alexander (X) seal wit: Robert Irwin, John Buchanon, Wm. Flenniken recorded Oct...1768.{ Mention of The wives names confirms that this is The Ezekiel married to Martha and brother to James} July 1760 James and Elizabeth of Meck. to William Alexander, blacksmith fo L15 proc money 50 A on one of The branches of Mallard Creek part of tract James lives on granted to him from John Campbell. wit. Robt. Irwin, Ezekiel Alexander, Arthur Dickson 1 July 1768 { Ezekies brother James is selling land to their brother William, who is listed as a blacksmith. Ezekiel witnesses The sale}. WillsNC Book A 15, p 44 WILLIAM Alexander. 6 Aug 1804, prb in Oct 1805 Ct by oath of William Alexander Jr. Being weak in body, I give to my wf Rebecca The fields of about 23-24 acres that lie adjacent to Josiah 92s , a bed and bedding , and all household furniture is to be disposed of at her death as she thier proper, half of The farm animals exclusive of my son Williams property During The natural life of my wife she is to have The use of ten acres of land on which The dwelling house stands, including orchard, barn, spring house, and all outhouses provided that William has use of these buildings until he builds his own Home. At The death of my wf The lands and buildings reserved for her use are to become The property of my son William. I also give to my wf The two old negroes Monday and Phebe and boy Sam during her natural life, and at her death Monday and Phebe are to go free, but The boy Sam is to go to my son William. The two negroes are to have The use of ten acres including Monday improvements, but at his death The ten acres are to revert to William. All cash in my possession and debts due me collected are to be divided equally between my wf Rebecca and son William.I give to my son Dan The fulling mill, The mill book accounts , and The land I claim lying east of The mill branch adj Capt. William Alexander and my brother Ezekiel Alexander, and two negroes, July and her offspring and The boy Joseph. I give to my son Elijah The land I bought from my brother James containing 50 and 25 A purchased from Henry E. McCauley adj Hugh Neely and John Alexander,and two negroes London and Venus. I give to my son Josiah all The land north of a tributary of Mill Br. adj Hugh Neely, as well as The negroes Dereck and Lydia.{The will goes on to mention dau Rebecca and grandaus Ruth and Sally Richmond. and dau Ruth. and anvil and bellows he leaves to Charles Richmond. .(Husband of dau. Rebecca). He leaves The homestead to William Jr.after Rebeccas death. He mentions grandau, Sally Wallace (a Wallace probably married dau, Ruth.) Among his possessions are: a wagon, gun, watch, a Bible,books. 15 negroes named (one mentioned but not named). Exrs: wf Rebecca and three sons, Wm, Elijah, and Josiah. Wit: wallace, Josiah and William Alexander,Jr. Isaac Alexander, CMC.} (#2) This will ties William as being a brother of both James and Ezekiel Prob NC Meck "392 p 113 13 Jan 1781 James Alexander and wf Elizabeth to High Neely for L1000 current currency ..(1) 190 A on Mallard Cr. adj Wagon Road (tract deeded to Matthew Robison by John Campbell then to Robison then to Alexander . (2) 92 A adj to James Harris's old line and other lands of Alexander. Ack on Oct 1781 by Elizabeth, relict of James prov Ap 1781 (We know now that James died between Jan. 1781 and Oct 1781) Alex Notebooks #2 "IV. James, son of David of Cecil Co. Md. not identified. (James was married to Elizabeth and had a son Isaac who handled his property after his death about 1768." Helen of Waco " found deed that Isaac Alexander and wife Ann, and Elizabeth Alexander are selling land in 1781 on Malllard Creek. this is James's wf.Elizabeth, brother to Ezekiel, William and Aaron James is mentioned as desceased."


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