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TypeFirstLastServiceStateCountyPlaceSrc
SheriffsA. 1852-1856ARIndependence Co
MembersA. C. 1886NHState Homeopathic Medical Society, VP
PhysiciansA. C. 1892NHMerrimack CoConcord
MinistersA. D. 1898-1900INKosciusko CoWarsaw, Methodist Church Circuit
MinistersA. D. 1901INMiami CoDenver, Methodist Church
MinistersA. D. 1902-1904INHoward CoAlto, Methodist Church
MinistersA. D. 1905-1906INHoward CoKokomo, North St Methodist Church
ConstablesA. E. 1894WVBarbour Co
PhysiciansA. F. 1901NJPassaic CoPaterson, General Hospital Dispensary
PhysiciansA. L. 1890NCMecklenburg CoCowans Ford
OthersA. L. 1917NCMecklenburg CoCharlotte, Cole Manufacturing Co, machinist
Board of EducationA. L. 1920AZMaricopa CoTempe, Secretary
MinistersA. M. 1853-1854OHFairfield CoBaltimore, Methodist Church
AssessorsA. P. 1862-1864ARPolk Co
County ClerksA. P. 1864-1872ARPolk Co
State RepresentativesA. P. 1880-1882ARPolk Co
Board of EducationA. W. 1885OHMiami CoPiqua
MinistersAaron 1892-1894NJBurlington CoChesterfield, Baptist Church
MinistersAaron 1897PACambria CoMountaindale, Baptist Church, & Coalport
GraduatesAbner 1877MDBaltimore CityCollege of Physicians and Surgeons
PhysiciansAbner 1890NCRandolph CoColumbia
OthersAbram F. 1836-1838NCMecklenburg CoDavidson, Davidson College, Trustee
FoodiesAda 1917NCMecklenburg CoCharlotte
GraduatesAdah 1902TNDavidson CoNashville, George Peabody College for Teachers
TeachersAdaline 1914COKit Carson CoFlagler
GraduatesAdam Clendenin 1863MDAnne Arundel CoAnnapolis, Naval Academy, OH
OthersAdam L. 1849-1858GAClarke CoAthens, University of Georgia, Trustee
State SenatorsAdam Rankin 1817TN
State RepresentativesAdam Rankin 1841TN
GraduatesAddison Gladden 1894-1897NJMercer CoPrinceton, Princeton Theological Seminary
MinistersAddison Gladden 1897MABristol CoFall River, Presbyterian Church
MinistersAddison Gladden 1898-1900KSSumner CoArgonia, Presbyterian Church, & Freeport
MinistersAddison Gladden 1900-1903IAWapello CoKirkville, Presbyterian Church
MinistersAddison Gladden 1903-1904KSSumner CoBelle Plaine, Presbyterian Church
TeachersAdele 1916ILCook CoChicago, Frances E. Willard School
TeachersAdeline C. 1915CALos Angeles CoLos Angeles
ArtistsAdin 1915CALos Angeles CoLos Angeles
GraduatesAdolphus A. 1831VTChittenden CoBurlington, University of Vermont
FoodiesAdolphus A. 1915CALos Angeles CoLos Angeles
GraduatesAdolphus Franklin 1879PAAllegheny CoPittsburgh, Western Theological Seminary
Date: 1893: REV. ADOLPHUS F. ALEXANDER is one of the best known and most popular clergymen of Washington county, an earnest Christian and thorough gentleman. His genealogy may be traced back through the centuries to an influential family of Scotland, of whom one John Alexander was a member.

This ancestor was a prominent citizen of Lanark, Scotland, and lived there during the year 1710. Among his children a son, John, born about 1700, was married to Margaret, daughter of Ronald Glasson, a resident of Glasgow, Scotland. Religious persecution was then raging, and many adherents of Presbyterianism fled to other countries. Among this number were John and Margaret Alexander, who sought a refuge in the County Armagh, Ireland, remaining there a few years. In 1736 the entire family, comprising the parents, three sons and two daughters, accompanied by Hugh and James Alexander (two nephews of Mr. Alexander), and Mrs. Polk (a niece), set sail for America. Their first landing place was either at Philadelphia, Penn., or at New Castle, Del.; their first settlement was made about thirty miles west of New Castle, Del, near the Maryland line, on the eastern side of Octorara creek, in Nottingham, Chester Co., Penn. The party resided in this locality a few years and then separated, the two nephews with Mrs. Polk moving to Mecklenburg county, N.C. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander, with their son John and two daughters, moved to a farm near Carlisle, Penn., which they afterward sold, locating near Chambersburgh, Penn., where the parents died about the time of the Revolution. Of these children born to this pioneer couple the following is a record:

Hugh, the eldest son was born about 1724, in County Armagh, Ireland, and in early life learned the wheelwright and carpenter trades, which he followed in Chester county, Penn. In 1752 he was united in marriage with Martha Edmiston, daughter of David and Margaret (Donnel) Edmiston. Mrs. Alexander was born about 1734. Her children were Margaret, John, Mary, David, and Hugh. The mother died, and in 1773 Mr. Alexander was married to Lettice, widow of James Thompson. Three children were born to this union: James, William and Emily (twins). The parents finally moved to a farm in Sherman Valley, Perry Co., Penn., where he died in March, 1777, and in 1797 the widow, with her two children, James and Emily, moved to McKeesport, Penn. The children were married, and the mother died in Butler county, Penn., at the home of a son who was born to her first marriage.

James Alexander, second son of John and Margaret (Glasson) Alexander, was born in 1726, in the County Armagh, Ireland, having been but ten years of age when the family came to America. He was married in Cumberland county, Penn., to Rosa, daughter of Robert Reed. James Alexander possessed an indomitable spirit of energy and enterprise. He longed for more 'worlds to conquer,' and resolved to explore Pennsylvania, which was, at that time, a pathless wilderness. Undaunted by the warnings of his less courageous neighbors, the young pioneer began his perilous journey. He first ascended the Susquehanna river, then along the Juniata, and following the course of the roaring waters of Kishacoquillas, soon found himself in the heart of a mighty wilderness, over one hundred miles from home, an easy prey to the prowling brute or lurking Indian foe. He and ascended the latter stream but a short distance, when a beautiful and fertile valley, hemmed in by mountains and covered with heavy timber, greeted his delighted eyes. Here he determined to found a new settlement, and in 1755 took out the patent for 1,000 acres of mellow, limestone soil, in the beautiful but lonely wilderness. On returning to Carlisle, Penn., he pictured in glowing colors of the beauties and advantages of the country, but his enthusiasm failed to infuse the necessary courage for so hazardous an enterprise. One friend, however, proved himself a kindred spirit, so accompanied by their families and chattels, William Brown and James Alexander took possession of the fertile valley. Mr. Brown located near the entrance, and James settled five miles west, his nearest neighbor having been Logan, the famous chief of the Mingo tribe. With stout arms and hearts the heroic pioneers fell to their herculean task of clearing away the forest, which was only accomplished after many years of toil. Although deprived of church and educational privileges, the truest of heart-worship was found in these lowly homes, for as Bryant has truly said, 'The groves were God's first temples; ere man learned to hew the shaft and lay the architrave, here he worshiped,' and more sincere worship never rose to the Creator, than ascended from the humble altars of the pioneers. The cabin of James Alexander was indeed a very Bethel -- morning and night the word of God was read, and the sacred notes of song and prayer rose to the pure sky above. The Sabbath was a time of rest, and prayerful study of the Bible, the catechism and confession of faith, and every evening a veritable 'Cotter's Saturday Night.' In this wild country a little church was finally erected, with which James Alexander was prominently identified. The whole valley was at one time known as Armagh township, in honor of his birthplace. Soon after Mr. and Mrs. Alexander had settled in the valley, the Mingo chief, Logan, visited their cottage during the absence of the husband, and having won the confidence of a little son, carried him away to his own cabin, the terrified mother not daring to resist. Several hours passed, and the almost frantic woman decided to follow and attempt to rescue her child, when to her unutterable relief she met the friendly chief returning the little fellow in his arms, his tiny feet shod with beautiful beaded moccasins made by the distinguished warrior. During the winter of 1777-78 James Alexander served in the commissary department of the Colonial Army at Valley Forge, receiving for that service 1,600 acres of land, in Clearfield county, Penn. He died in 1791, and was buried at the brick Presbyterian church at West Kishacoquillas. The following children were born to this family: Jane, born in 1763; Robert, born in 1766; Rachel, born in 1780; William B., born in 1782; Rosanna, born in 1784; and Reed, born in 1786, also others who were deceased in youth.

John Alexander, youngest son of John and Margaret (Glasson) Alexander, resided on the old estate in Chambersburgh, Penn., which he inherited from his father. He was a prominent military man, and served as an officer in the first company formed in Franklin county, Penn., November, 1776. Rachel Alexander, eldest daughter of John and Margaret (Glasson) Alexander, was born in County Armagh, Ireland, and came to America with her parents. In 1763 she was united in marriage with Joseph Vance, a resident of Martinsburg, Berkeley Co., W. Va. The young people first located in the Kishacoquillas Valley, afterward moving to a place near Honeywood Mills, Berkeley Co., W. Va., where they died, leaving six children, namely: Samuel, Alexander, Rachel, John, Joseph and Jane. Margaret Alexander, youngest child of John and Margaret (Glasson) Alexander, lived to and adult age, but was never married.

Robert Alexander, the eldest son of James and Rosa (Reed) Alexander, was born in October, 1766, and grew to manhood on the home farm. After the death of his father he located near Stone Mountain, in the Kishacoquillas Valley. On April 8, 1790, he married Elizabeth McClure. Her mother was a Miss Scott, a native of Scotland, her father was born in Ireland, and, afterward immigrating to America, settled in East Kishacoquillas, Penn., where Elizabeth was born March 8, 1768. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander began life on the home farm. He was a man of incorruptible integrity, possessing a sound judgement and remarkable power of memorizing, having been able to repeat a sermon verbatim after once listening to it. His disposition was so averse to disputes, that during the forty-five years of service as a justice of the peace, he tried but two cases, settling those without costs. In 1823 he was elected to the Legislature by the largest Democratic majority ever given in his district, but no persuasion could induce him to accept the nomination for reelection. He was an earnest and zealous member of the Presbyterian Church, and died in August, 1843, having been preceded by his wife in 1832. She had borne him children as follows: Elizabeth, born July 7, 1791; James, born January 17, 1793; Mary, born July 13, 1795; Robert Mc., born November 1, 1797; Nancy, born June 29, 1800; Robert R., born November 2, 1802; William, born March 3, 1805; Cyrus and Silas (twins), born September 30, 1807; and Celia, born March 8, 1810.

Cyrus Alexander was born in Union township, Mifflin Co., Penn. On February 6, 1835, he selected as a life companion in the person of Mary Brown, who was born February 4, 1814, in Armagh township, Mifflin Co., Penn. The children of this marriage were Robert Mc., born August 2, 1836, deceased November 8, of the same year; James B., living in Indiana, born November 7, 1837; Robert B., born March 9, 1840, deceased May 6, 1882; Cyrus R., born August 20, 1842, deceased April 7, 1847; Ira, born July 30, 1849, deceased February 10, 1850; Sidney, born February 17, 1851, deceased March 27, 1851; and Lot, a practicing physician of Pendleton, Ind., born August 28, 1853. Cyrus and Mary (Brown) Alexander began married life on the old homestead, but afterward purchased a farm nearby, where their lives were passed. Politically, he was a Whig and a Republican, but preferred the quiet duties of private life to the turmoil of politics. He and his wife were active workers in and zealous members of the Presbyterian Church. He died January 6, 1884, followed by his wife January 10, 1892. Both parents are buried in the Milroy cemetery.

Adolphus F. Alexander, the subject of this sketch, was born November 7, 1844, in Kishacoquillas Valley, Mifflin Co., Penn. He attended the common schools of the district, also spending a short time at the Kishacoquillas seminary. On August 21, 1861, he enlisted at Lewistown, Penn., in Company C, Forty-fifth Regiment, P.V.I., serving three years and ten months. He took part in the engagements at Cold Harbor, South Mountain, Antietam, and seige of Knoxville, having been all through the campaign around Petersburgh, Va., and in numerous minor engagements. He returned at the close of the war, having escaped injury save a slight wound received at Cold Spring, Tenn. After the war Mr. Alexander resumed his literary studies at Milroy, Penn., soon afterward entering Washington and Jefferson College. He then began the study under Orvis & Alexander, of Bellefonte, Penn., and in 1870 was admitted to the bar at Lewistown, Penn. He then practiced a short time at Pittsburgh, and in 1875 entered the Western Theological Seminary of Allegheny, graduating in 1879. After graduation he accepted a call to the Chruch at Pre-emption, Mercer Co., Ill., where he remained until 1883, and then took charge of the Cross Roads Presbyterian Church at Florence, Penn., which has since been his field of labor. On March 11, 1886, he was united in marriage with Flora Anderson, niece of G.W. and Mary Conn, who bore him two children: Mary and Cyrus C. Mrs. Alexander died October 10, 1890, leaving the sacred memory of a beloved wife and mother, and a Christian woman. Rev. Alexander is an earnest worker in the harvest field of his Master, and his friends are numbered among every denomination.

MinistersAdolphus Franklin 1879-1882ILMercer CoPreemption, Presbyterian Church
MinistersAdolphus Franklin 1883PAYork CoCross Roads, Presbyterian Church
MinistersAdolphus Franklin 1913PAMercer CoTransfer, Presbyterian Church
MinistersAlbert 1908OHCuyahoga CoCleveland, Beckwith Presbyterian Church
Naval Ship ServiceAlbert A. 1816USS Ontario (1813)
Naval Ship ServiceAlbert A. 1818-1819USS United States (1797)
Naval Ship ServiceAlbert A. 1820USS Columbus (1819)
Naval Ship ServiceAlbert A. 1821USS Guerriere (1814)
Other Naval ServiceAlbert A. 1822SCCharleston CoCharleston, Naval Station
BankersAlbert A. 1915CALos Angeles CoLos Angeles, Citizens National Bank of Los Angeles, teller
OthersAlbert A. 1915CALos Angeles CoLos Angeles, Fairchild-Gilmore-Wilton Co, foreman
GraduatesAlbert D. 1888ALMobile CoMobile, Medical College of Alabama
PhysiciansAlbert D. 1890ALMarengo CoFaunsdale
PhysiciansAlbert D. 1890MSWashington CoEstill
County ClerksAlbert G. 1842-1845ILBrown Co& 46-47
MusiciansAlbert George 1915TXEl Paso CoEl Paso
TeachersAlbert George 1915TXEl Paso CoEl Paso, High School
GraduatesAlbert J. 1893NYNew York CoManhattan, Union Theological Seminary
MinistersAlbert J. 1893-1896INVigo CoTerre Haute, Washington Ave Presbyterian Church
MinistersAlbert J. 1896INMontgomery CoCrawfordsville, Center Presbyterian Church
MinistersAlbert Jacob 1893-1896INVigo CoTerre Haute, Wash Ave Presbyterian Church
MinistersAlbert Jacob 1896-1901INMontgomery CoCrawfordsville, Centre Presbyterian Church
GraduatesAlbert Jacob 1901INMontgomery CoCrawfordsville, Wabash College
MinistersAlbert Jacob 1910PABeaver CoBeaver, First Presbyterian Church
BusinesspeopleAlbert L. 1917NCMecklenburg CoCharlotte
PrincipalsAlevia 1924ORMultnomah CoPortland
OthersAlexander 1920VAWashington CoAbingdon, Stonewall Jackson College, President
Justices of the PeaceAlfred 1831INLawrence Co
OrganistsAlfred 1874-1877EnglandWorcestershireTenbury, St Michaels College
OrganistsAlfred 1877EnglandLancashireWigan, All Saints Parish Church
CommissionersAlfred 1901-1902NCWashington Co
ClothiersAlice 1917NCMecklenburg CoCharlotte
ClothiersAlice H. 1915CALos Angeles CoLos Angeles
GraduatesAlice Knapp 1913NYOnondaga CoSyracuse, Syracuse University
LibrariansAlice Knapp 1916-1919NYKings CoBrooklyn, Public Library
LibrariansAlice Knapp 1920-1923NYOntario CoGeneva, Hobart College
LibrariansAlice Knapp 1923-1924CASan Diego CoSan Diego, State Normal School
LibrariansAlice Knapp 1924-1925CAAlameda CoOakland, Mills College
LibrariansAlice Knapp 1928-1933HIHonolulu CoHonolulu, University of Hawaii
GraduatesAlice Louise Knapp 1913NYOnondaga CoSyracuse, Syracuse University
LibrariansAlice Louise Knapp 1916-1919NYKings CoBrooklyn, Macon Branch Library
GraduatesAlice Louise Knapp 1917NYAlbany CoAlbany, New York State Library School
LibrariansAlice Louise Knapp 1920-1923NYOntario CoGeneva, Hobart College
LibrariansAlice Louise Knapp 1924CASan Diego CoSan Diego, State Normal School
LibrariansAlice Louise Knapp 1924-1925CAAlameda CoOakland, Mills College
LibrariansAlice Louise Knapp 1925-1926NYCayuga CoAuburn, Auburn Theological Seminary
TeachersAlice M. 1913MIWayne CoDetroit, Everett School
GraduatesAlice Zona 1897TNDavidson CoNashville, George Peabody College for Teachers
MinistersAlmus D. 1864PAPike CoLackawaxen, Methodist Church
MinistersAlmus D. 1865-1866NYTioga CoSpencer, Methodist Church
MinistersAlmus D. 1867-1869PALuzerne CoAshley Methodist Church
MinistersAlmus D. 1870NYTompkins CoDanby, Methodist Church
MinistersAlmus D. 1871-1872PASusquehanna CoMontrose, Methodist Church
MinistersAlmus D. 1873-1875NYBroome CoBinghamton, Tabernacle Methodist Church
MinistersAlmus D. 1876-1878NYTioga CoOwego, Methodist Church
MinistersAlmus D. 1879-1881NYBroome CoBinghamton, High St Methodist Church
MinistersAlmus D. 1882-1884NYBroome CoBinghamton, Chenango St Methodist Church
MinistersAlmus D. 1885-1887NYBroome CoWhitney Point, Methodist Church
MinistersAlmus D. 1888NYChenango CoGreene, Methodist Church
MinistersAlmus D. 1889-1890NYChenango CoSmyrna, Methodist Church

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18BankersNY, Albany Co, Albany, Albany County Bank
21BankersNY, Albany Co, Albany, Albany County Savings Bank
22BankersNY, Albany Co, Albany, Albany Exchange Savings Bank
18BankersNY, Albany Co, Albany, Albany Savings Bank
49OthersNY, Albany Co, Albany, Albany Trust Co
12BankersNY, Albany Co, Albany, Commercial Union Cooperative Bank of Albany
21BankersNY, Albany Co, Albany, First National Bank of Albany
15BankersNY, Albany Co, Albany, Home Savings Bank of Albany
13BankersNY, Albany Co, Albany, Mechanics and Farmers Bank of Albany
74BankersNY, Albany Co, Albany, National Commercial Bank of Albany
28BankersNY, Albany Co, Albany, National Exchange Bank of Albany
19BankersNY, Albany Co, Albany, National Savings Bank of Albany
67BankersNY, Albany Co, Albany, New York State National Bank
30OthersNY, Albany Co, Albany, Union Trust Co of Albany
1BankersNY, New York Co, New York City, National Bank of Baltimore

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27 Nov 2022Toledo City Directory, 1913282282
27 Nov 2022Cleveland City Directory, 1906262262
23 Nov 2022Albany City Directory, 1905421421
23 Nov 2022Hartford City Directory, 1899182182
23 Nov 2022Norwich City Directory, 1870131131
19 Nov 2022Bankers Directory1,5311,531
03 Nov 2022Alumni, Illinois State University1,570
30 Oct 2022New Mexico Educational Directory, 1914+3,078
28 Oct 2022Herringshaw's American Blue Book of Biography17,059267
28 Oct 2022added 'Author' and 'Poet' types under 'Artist'; 'Genealogist' and separate 'Banker' types
20 Oct 2022Wyoming Seminary, 1844-1944500
18 Oct 2022Report of the Board of DC Public Schools, 1873-4133
17 Oct 2022Annual Reports of the President of Bryn Mawr College, 1911-1915312
17 Oct 2022Annual Reports of the President of Bryn Mawr College, 1917-1918392
17 Oct 2022Annual Reports of the President of Bryn Mawr College, 1906-1911414
16 Oct 2022Annual catalogue of the State Teachers College, Indiana, PA478
14 Oct 2022History and reunion of Falley seminary137
13 Oct 2022Boys High School, Frederick MD75
11 Oct 2022First fifty years of Cazenovia Seminary, 1825-187511,010
11 Oct 2022McKinley Manual Training School, 1914126
05 Oct 2022Manual of the Public Schools of the District of Columbia, 1920-19212,430
03 Oct 2022The American Blue Book of Biography: Prominent Americans of 19192,63714
28 Sep 2022Biographical Directory of the Railway Officials, 192211,050
19 Sep 2022Army List and Directory1,856
19 Sep 2022World Cotton Centennial66
17 Sep 2022Biographical Directory of the Railway Officials of America, 19018,1586
07 Sep 2022Records of Officers dn Men of NJ in the Civil War253
07 Sep 2022Massachusetts soldiers, sailors, and marines in the civil war, V12,230
07 Sep 2022Massachusetts Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines in the Civil War, V25,058
07 Sep 2022Roster of North Carolina troops in the war between the states4,466
03 Sep 2022Worlds Columbian Exposition Directory1,391
03 Sep 2022Battle of Opequan513
31 Aug 2022Officers and Graduates of the US Military Academy, V411,445
29 Aug 2022Battle of Stones River565
29 Aug 2022Battle of Little Bighorn75
27 Aug 2022Officers and Graduates of the US Military Academy, v35,947
25 Aug 2022Battle of Perryville330
25 Aug 2022Battle of the Wilderness616
25 Aug 2022Charles Sumner Museum & Archives71
25 Aug 2022Battle of Antietam1,054
25 Aug 2022Battle of Gettysburg1,932
25 Aug 2022American Civil War, Thomas Legion Site686
23 Aug 2022Official Guide of the Railways and Steam Navigation Lines107
22 Aug 2022Military Record of Civilian Appointments in the US Army7,260
18 Aug 2022Officers and Graduates of the US Military Academy, V19,609
15 Aug 2022Fort Wiki567
13 Aug 2022Officers and Graduates of the US Military Academy, V211,198
13 Aug 2022added Battle and Army Deployment types
08 Aug 2022History of the Evangelical Lutheran Synod of East PA641
03 Aug 2022US State Attorneys General1,348
02 Aug 2022Catalogue of the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary2,057
17 Jul 2022Ohio Blue Book, 19174,1512
30 Jun 2022A Medical History of the State of Indiana171
20 Jun 2022Official and Statistical Register of the State of Mississippi188
17 Jun 2022Collins Historical Sketches of Kentucky3,371
15 Jun 2022History of Dorchester Co, MD173
13 Jun 2022History of Bedford, Somerset, and Fulton Counties, PA916
19 May 2022Major Military Awards15,159
19 May 2022added Military page, including 3 Military types together
19 May 2022added Military > 'Awardees' type