Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Alexander, George Barron DeKalb b 1820 in Ga.

George Barron  DeKalb Alexander, born 1820 Jan. 1. Born in the Bibb, Monroe Co. area of Georgia.

Bibb Co was taken from Monroe Co. a few years before.  Since he was born in January suspected his parent to show on 1820 census.  Tried the 1830 census, usgenweb.org site has minimal information.

Posted notes on the rootsweb/ancestry sites regarding the counties involved.

Census says parents born in North Carolina.

A timeline would show this:

1. His parents born NC.  Mother named Martha according James's information.

2. Lawrence P. is possibly older brother 1814. Lived Pike and Spalding Co. Ga District 1001 in 1860
3.  James S. is his brother. B 1815. Ga.  Lived Monroe Co. Bibb ? Pike, Spalding Co's,Ga
Prominent in the community, he stayed in Ga. Have more data, son Charles goes to Ark
With or following shortly after, his Uncle George,  went, I census together.

1850 Pike Co. District 68, Ga
1860 Spalding Co.Ga.

4.  George moves to Arkansas,
5.  Charles, his nephew, son of James is in Ark with him
6.   Researcher found James had older brother Lawrence.

7.   George marries here 1853, Phillips Co. Ark. 15 Sept.
8.   Susan Emily Owen
9.   1860, Phillips Co.,Ark.
10.  1870,  Arkansas
11.  1880
12.   1890
13.   1900. Williamson, Tex census

14.    1910. Snyder, Scurry Co. Tex census

15.    1912, 92 years of age,deceased. Scurry Co., Texas
         Snyder Cemetery, Scurry Co., Tx

He became a Dr. -  Allopathy

4 unknown names
Zulah E.
Annie (Daisy)
Susan Georgie.,  Liz's ancestor
Birdie Rose
Charles Bibb Sr.

Any one out there with clues?

Not found on 1840, 1830, 1820 census,

Elam Alexander. Is only name so far, that may fit.  Will post what found so far next for other Alexander's near them.

George had a son Charles B, b 1877- 1962,wife Mollie b 5-17-1880 d 12-28-1952
Need Obit if one out there.

Also in cemetery next to them,
Arthur C 1889-1969
Minnie 1891-1990
Josh Casey 5-29-1919 d12-19-1921

George's wife may have been previously married.
Is there a link to the Powell name?

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