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  • ID: I1140
  • Name: Martin Alexander
  • Surname: Alexander
  • Given Name: Martin
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 18 Mar 1687 in Anamessex, Somerset County, Maryland
  • Death: 16 Aug 1751 in Cecil County, Maryland
  • _UID: 0949FED5A6AB5D409C233D6331DEA97EA8EF
  • Note:
    Y-DNA

    See Descendant: Samuel Alexander > Martin Alexander > Eli Alexander > Jeremiah Alexander > John Barnes Alexander > Jason Carson Alexander > Rev Jeremiah Roberson Alexander > William Jefferson Alexander (FTDNA Kit 32959)

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    FF-DNA Research

    PEARCE-GLASS: CLG and JAP are 9th cousins. Their common ancestors are Unknown "7+2 Father" Alexander and Unknown.
    a) Unknown "7+2 Father" Alexander > Samuel Alexander Sr > Martin Alexander > Amos Alexander > Eli Alexander > Ezekiel Alexander > William Eli Alexander > Samuel Irvin Alexander > Sarah Alexander > IAP > JAP
    b) Unknown "7+2 Father" Alexander > Joseph "Tanner" Alexander > James "Yeoman" Alexander > Hezekiah Alexander > William Sample Alexander > Alphonso Alexander > Zeno Alexander > George Alphonso Alexander > Anne Lee Alexander > Margaret Katherine Gammill > CLG

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    Maryland, Births and Christenings, 1650-1995

    https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/F4Z7-FRV
    Name: Martin Alexander
    Gender: Male
    Baptism/Christening Date:
    Baptism/Christening Place:
    Birth Date: 18 Mar 1687
    Birthplace: Somerset, Maryland
    Death Date:
    Name Note:
    Race:
    Father's Name: Samuel Alexander
    Father's Birthplace:
    Father's Age:
    Mother's Name: Mary
    Mother's Birthplace:
    Mother's Age:
    Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C71490-1
    System Origin: Maryland-EASy
    Source Film Number: 14416
    Reference Number: yr 1600-1720 p 5
    Collection: Maryland, Births and Christenings, 1650-1995

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    Wills Cecil 28:156 "Martin Alexander died in Cecil County, Maryland between 5 March 1750 and 16 August 1751 on which date his will was probated. The will names his wife Susannah Foster and his sister, Mary Lowry Alexander and the following children: David, James (a minor), Amos, Moses, Eli, James, Josiah (a minor), Aaron, Rebecca and Sarah Alexander"

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    Records of a family of the house of Alexander from 1640 to 1909 (Google eBook)
    Frances Alexander Butterworth

    http://books.google.com/books?id=ETsxAAAAMAAJ&lpg=PA20&ots=zsF2fspNYb&dq=martin%20alexander%2C%20susannah%20foster&pg=PA20#v=onepage&q=martin%20alexander,%20susannah%20foster&f=false

    Martin Alexander married Susannah Foster, daughter of James Foster, who owned a plantation called Jones Green Springs which adjoined Knowlwood, a large plantation exchanged many times among the Alexanders -- Martin and his sons. Susannah, wife of Martin was a niece of the Prices and Bouldins, whose plantations adjoined Martin Alexander's and many of whose descendants are still living in Cecil County on these same lands.

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    Records of a family of the house of Alexander from 1640 to 1909 (Google eBook)
    Frances Alexander Butterworth

    http://books.google.com/books?id=ETsxAAAAMAAJ&lpg=PA20&ots=zsF2fspNYb&dq=martin%20alexander%2C%20susannah%20foster&pg=PA22#v=onepage&q&f=false

    WILL OF MARTIN ALEXANDER, SON AND HEIR AT LAW OF SAMUEL ALEXANDER, AND FATHER OF DAVID ALEXANDER

    In the name of God, Amen. This 5th day of March, 1750, I, Martin Alexander, being in perfect mind and memory, do make and appoint this to be my last will and testament. I do appoint my beloved wife, Susannah, to be sole executrix of this last will and testament. I will that all my just debts be paid.

    I give and bequeath unto my son, David, the one half of the plantation where I now dwell during his mother's life, but not allowing him to sell or rent it during her life, and after her death the whole to him, his heirs and assigns forever, provided that he pay or secure unto my son, Amos, twenty pounds when he shall arrive at the age of twenty one years.

    I give and bequeath unto my son, Moses, that land that lies in New Castle County, provided that he secure unto my son, Aaron, fifteen pounds when he shall arrive at the age of twenty one years.

    I give and bequeath to my son, Eli, the land which I purchased of Thomas Stratton, to him, his heirs and assigns forever, provided that he secure unto my son, Amos, the sum of fifteen pounds when he shall arrive at the age of twenty one years.

    I do further will, that if any of my above named sons, David, Moses, or Eli, shall refuse to pay the above named legacies, that any of my other three sons, James, Aaron, or Amos, so refused, shall come in for one half of the land left to him that so refused him his legacy to pay.

    I do further will, if any of my three eldest sons shall die issueless and intestate and without assignors that James shall succeed David, Aaron shall succeed Moses, and Amos shall succeed Eli in the above said lands.

    I give and bequeath to my daughter, Rebecca, the feather bed called her bed, together with a coverlit and blanket, bolster and pillows, and four ewes and lambs.

    I give and bequeath unto my daughter, Sarah, the bed called David's bed with a blanket, coverlit, bolster and pillows within these three years or sooner if her mother pleases.

    I give and bequeath each of my sons, David, Moses, Eli, James, Aaron, Amos, and Josiah, one shilling a piece of my personel estate.

    I give and bequeath to my abovesaid wife all the residue of my personal estate provided that upon her second marriage, she give security to the court or commissary, to pay to my son, Josiah, thirty pounds when he shall come of age, or, if she refuses to give such sacurity, to pay him half what two honest men shall value the said residue to be worth, after my decease, to keep my son, Josiah, from being defrauded by her then husband, and I do further will that the values of such residues annexed to this will, and forthwith put upon record, but no administration because she will have neither debts nor legacies to pay or answer till she marry again.

    I will that in case my son, David's child or children should die under age, that my son, James, should still have this plantation.

    I will that not above six acres of this plantation be cleared during my wife's life.

    In witness whereof, I have set my hand and seal hereunto this 10th day of March, 1750. Signed, sealed pronounced, and delivered in the presence of us. Before singing and sealing, I give and bequeath unto my sister, Mary Lowry, all that part of a tract of land called Alexandria which my father received to himself, during her life, and afterwards to her six daughters, to them, their heirs, and assigns forever.

    Martin Alexander
    John Crozier
    Richard Bouldin
    Mary A Cooign
    Andrew Alexander

    We, the undernamed persons, have valued the per sonel estate of the within Martin Alexander, deceased, as the will directs and upon the same we find the amount of the whole to be 117 pounds, 10 shillings, 6 pence.

    Given under our hands and seals this day of August 1751.

    Present
    Moses Alexander
    Thomas Nash
    James Bouldin

    Cecil County
    August l 16th 1751

    Andrew Alexander, John Crozier, and Richard Bouldin, three of the subscribers witnesses to the foregoing will, being duly and solemnly sworn the Holy Evangels of Almighty God depose and say that they saw the Testator, Martin Alexander, sign the within will, and heard him publish and declare the same to be his last will and testament and at the time of so doing, he was to the best of their belief and apprehension, of sound disposing mind and memory, and that they subscribed their respective names as witnesses to the said will in the presence of the said Testator, and at his request which oath was taken by the said witnesses in the prsence of David Alexander, heir at law which said David Alexander did not object to the Probate of the said will of demise.

    M Carle, Deputy Com of ye Cecil County.
    Examined by David Smith, Registrar.

    Book of Wills No 2 Page 106
    Elkton, Cecil County, Maryland
  • Change Date: 7 Oct 2012 at 21:48:05



    Father: Samuel Alexander Sr b: ABT 1657 in Raphoe, County Donegal, Ireland
    Mother: Mary Taylor b: ABT 1658 in Somerset County, Maryland

    Marriage 1 Susannah Foster b: 29 Mar 1692 in Whitton, Lincs, England
    • Married: ABT 1710 in Cecil County, Maryland
    Children
    1. Has Children Rebecca Alexander b: 1717 in Cecil County, Maryland
    2. Has Children Eli Alexander b: ABT 1717 in Cecil County, Maryland
    3. Has Children David A Alexander b: ABT 1724 in Cecil County, Maryland
    4. Has Children Moses Alexander b: ABT 1726 in Cecil County, Maryland
    5. Has Children Josiah Alexander b: AFT 1729 in Cecil County, Maryland
    6. Has Children James Alexander b: ABT 1729 in Cecil County, Maryland
    7. Has Children Aaron Alexander b: ABT 1729 in Cecil County, Maryland
    8. Has Children Amos Alexander b: 1738 in Cecil County, Maryland
    9. Has No Children Sarah Alexander b: ABT 1740 in Cecil County, Maryland
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