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Slave Narrative of Randall Lee

Interviewer: Viola B. Muse Person Interviewed: Randall Lee Location: Palatka, Florida Randall Lee of 500 Branson Street, Palatka, Florida, was born at Camden, South Carolina about seventy-seven years ago, maybe longer. He was the son of Robert and Delhia Lee, who during slavery were Robert and Delhia Miller, taking the name of their master, as …

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Slave Narrative of Lucretia Alexander

Interviewer: Samuel S. Taylor Person Interviewed: Lucretia Alexander Location: 1708 High Street, Little Rock, Arkansas Age: 89 Occupation: Washed. Ironed. Plowed. Hoed “I been married three times and my last name was Lucretia Alexander. I was twelve years old when the War began. My mother died at seventy-three or seventy-five. That was in August 1865—August …

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Slave Narrative of Fannie Alexander

Interviewer: Miss Irene Robertson Person Interviewed: Fannie Alexander Location: Helena, Arkansas Age: 62 Occupation: Teacher “I was an orphant child. My mother-in-law told me during slavery she was a field hand. One day the overseer was going to whoop one of the women ’bout sompin or other and all the women started with the hoes …

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Slave Narrative of Diana Alexander

Interviewer: Miss Irene Robertson Person Interviewed: Diane Alexander Location: Brinkley, Arkansas Age: 74 Occupation: Worked in field, Washed, Ironed “I was born in Mississippi close to Bihalia. Our owner was Myers(?) Bogan. He had a wife and children. Mama was a field woman. Her name was Sarah Bogan and papa’s name was Hubberd Bogan. “I …

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Slave Narrative of Amsy O. Alexander

Interviewer: Samuel S. Taylor Person Interviewed: Amsy O. Alexander Location: 2422 Center Street, Little Rock, Arkansas Age: 74 Occupation: Track laborer, Track foreman, Railroad builder [HW: Helps Build Railroad] “I was born in the country several miles from Charlotte in Macklenberg, County, North Carolina in 1864. “My father’s name was John Alexander and my mother …

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Biographical Sketch of Harold Graham Alexander

Alexander, Harold Graham; treas. National Screw & Tack Co.; born, Cleveland, Sept. 5, 1882; son of W. D. B. and Lida Graham Alexander; educated at University School, Cleveland; Asheville School, Asheville, N. C.; Yale Scientific School (B. S.); married, Cleveland, June 9, 1908, Eleanor Quayle; issue, one daughter, Eleanor May 4, 1910.

Alexander, Susan – Obituary

Elgin, Oregon Susan Alexander, 57, of Elgin, died Oct. 25 at her home. Daniels-Knopp Funeral, Cremation & Life Celebration Center is in charge of arrangements. La Grande Observer – October 26, 2009 ________________________ Susan L. Alexander Elgin 1952-2009 Susan Lorraine Alexander, 57, of Elgin, and formerly of Wallowa, died Oct. 24 at her home. A …

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R. B. Alexander

1st Cl. Private, Coast Artty., Co. 2. Born in Forsyth County, May 21, 1897; son of E. L. and N. F. Alexander. Entered service June 1, 1918, at Winston-Salem, N.C. Sent to Ft. Thomas, Ky., June 1, 1918. Transferred to Ft. Adams, R. I., June 25, 1918. Promoted to rank of Corp., September, 1918. In …

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Benjamin F. Alexander, Jr.

Private Heavy Artillery, Battery D, 81st Div., 316th Reg.; of Pasquotank County; son of B. F., Sr., and Mrs. Effie E. Alexander. Entered service May 28, 1918, at Elizabeth City. Sent to Camp Jackson. Transferred to Camp Mills. Sailed for France August, 1918. Mustered out at Camp Lee, Va., June 20, 1919.

Cicero Alexander

Sergt. 1st Class, Base Hospital, Unit C. A. C., Ft. Caswell, N.C. Enlisted July 25, 1917, Charlotte, N.C. Attached to Base Hospital Unit C. A. C., Ft. Caswell. N.C. Served as “Topper” July 25, 1917, to April 8, 1919, Ft. Caswell. Permanent address, Charlotte, N.C.

Thomas Alexander

Alexander, Thomas, 1st Class Musician, 105th Engineer Band, 30th Div. Enlisted Feb. 26, 1916, 1st N.C. Inf., Co. O. Transferred to 1st N.C. Band. Served on Mexican border June 19, 1916, to February, 1917. Called in service July 25, 1917. Transferred to 105th Engineers and served in France and Belgium. Took active part in battles …

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Charles R. Alexander

Sergt. Evacuation Hospital 25. Entered service at Concord, N. C., July 6, 1918. Went to Camp Greenleaf, Ga. Sailed from Camp Upton, Nov. 12, 1918, for France. Returned to the U. S. A. July 16, 1919. Mustered out at Camp Lee, July 29, 1919.

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