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Alexanders buried in Sharp's Graveyard
Posted by: Pat (Alexander) Tamburrino (ID *****1969) Date: September 25, 2002 at 16:16:35
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I recently discovered some of my Alexander ancestors listed as buried in Sharp's Graveyard,Fair Hill,MD.(as of 1872).I believe they are the mother and siblings of my THOMAS ALEXANDER (1775-1843), who came to America from N.Ireland about 1801 and spent 4 years in Cecil Co. I feel my family came there because Alexander relatives were living in the area. Thomas Alexander went on to live in E.Nottingham Twp.,PA around 1806; settled in Oxford,PA and became their first burgess in 1838. Can anyone connect my Alexanders to theirs?
IN SHARP'S GRAVEYARD:
CATHARINE ALEXANDER,B.1735,D.1814 - wife of NINION(Ninian) MOTHER
ANDREW ALEXANDER,B.1767.D.1840 - BROTHER
JOSEPH ALEXANDER,B.1776,D.1860 - BROTHER
MARTHA (ALEXANDER) HUGHES,B.1768,D.1851 - SISTER
along with her husband Robert Hughes and 2 daughters
Hoping someone may have a clue, I thank you!



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