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John McKnitt Alexander

Wrong John McKnitt Alexander?

Secretary

Mecklenburg Convention
 
Background

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • S Secretary
    Mecklenburg Declration ofIndependence
  • Secretary
    Mecklenburg Convention of North Carolina
Web References
Garrigues/Garrigus Family Genealogy Data Page 33 (Notes Pages)
www.garrigus-family.com, 28 June 2003 [cached]
"John and Susannah were first cousins, their fathers being brothers.It should be noted, therefore, that their descendents are actually double cousins.John and his wife and children became one of the three DILLOW families to populate Union Co., IL, the others being his uncles Jacob DILLOW, Sr. and Peter DILLOW.
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Text: A newer marker listing John, Susana, and their son Paul is the 114th headstone listed in St. Johns Cemetery.
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The birth date for John is given as 1792.
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Text: A newer marker listing John, Susana, and their son Paul is the 114th headstone listed in St. Johns Cemetery.
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Note: 1 JAMES ALEXANDER Father of Hezekiah Alexander & John Mcknitt Alexander,secretary of the Mecklenburg Convention of 1775 (Old Dr. Jammy) James Alexander was born in Cecil Co.
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These lands were conveyed a few years later by " Joseph Alexander and James, his son, both of New Munster, Cecil County , Maryland " to " Joseph, John, and Francis Alexander, sons of James Alexander, carpenter and to Mary Alexander, relic of James Alexander, 316 acres, being in Newmunster, aforesaid, and bouht by James Alexander carpenter aforesaid, from one Thomas Stevenson and confirmed by the said Stevenson unto the children and relict of the said James Alexander, carpenter .." in conformity with " the last will of the aforsaid James Alexander 18 December 1719."(Cercil Deeds 282 at Elkton) ( Thomas Stevenson had already turned over to James Alexander and his son Moses their appropriate "holdens".)
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It would seem thatthis tradition has been handed down by descendants of John McKnitt Alexander,of Mecklenburg County,N.C. who is as grandson of Joseph.
Margaret MCKNIGHT
www.limbsandleaves.com, 22 Jan 2006 [cached]
Source: Donald K. Wallace, 10905 Mariner Dr, Ft Washingto n MD 20744301-292-9699; w420@access.digex.net (Oct 95) S ee Herndon Margaret -married first cound Capt. James Robe rt Alexander, and there son, John(McKnight) Alexander wa s Secretary of the Mecklenburg Declration ofIndependence , May 20, 1775.
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Source: Donald K. Wallace, 10905 Mariner Dr, Ft Washingto n MD 20744301-292-9699; w420@access.digex.net (Oct 95) S ee Herndon Margaret -married first cound Capt. James Robe rt Alexander, and there son, John(McKnight) Alexander wa s Secretary of the Mecklenburg Declration ofIndependence , May 20, 1775.
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Source: Donald K. Wallace, 10905 Mariner Dr, Ft Washingto n MD 20744301-292-9699; w420@access.digex.net (Oct 95) S ee Herndon Margaret -married first cound Capt. James Robe rt Alexander, and there son, John(McKnight) Alexander wa s Secretary of the Mecklenburg Declration ofIndependence , May 20, 1775.
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Source: Donald K. Wallace, 10905 Mariner Dr, Ft Washingto n MD 20744301-292-9699; w420@access.digex.net (Oct 95) S ee Herndon Margaret -married first cound Capt. James Robe rt Alexander, and there son, John(McKnight) Alexander wa s Secretary of the Mecklenburg Declration ofIndependence , May 20, 1775.
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Source: Donald K. Wallace, 10905 Mariner Dr, Ft Washingto n MD 20744301-292-9699; w420@access.digex.net (Oct 95) S ee Herndon Margaret -married first cound Capt. James Robe rt Alexander, and there son, John(McKnight) Alexander wa s Secretary of the Mecklenburg Declration ofIndependence , May 20, 1775.
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Source: Donald K. Wallace, 10905 Mariner Dr, Ft Washingto n MD 20744301-292-9699; w420@access.digex.net (Oct 95) S ee Herndon Margaret -married first cound Capt. James Robe rt Alexander, and there son, John(McKnight) Alexander wa s Secretary of the Mecklenburg Declration ofIndependence , May 20, 1775.
M.A. Alexander, 1776-daughter of ...
www.guidrynews.com, 3 July 2011 [cached]
M.A. Alexander, 1776-daughter of John McKnitt Alexander, who signed the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence and was Secretary of the Mecklenburg Convention of North Carolina, May 1775.
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The original, if there was one, was lost until the document was republished in 1819 from notes of John McKnitt Alexander (1733-1817).
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