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Data from a record book of

Congressman Mark Alexander

Updated May 28, 2014

Submitted May 2014 to The VAGENWEB Mecklenburg Project web site by Kim Waddy with permission of the family of Congressman Mark Alexander with special thanks to Sally T. Goodhart, Rebecca Alexander Hinsdale Kraus, and Alice Alexander Kraus Palmer.

Data organized as follows:

A. Mark Alexander Slave list 1858 - (use your back feature to return to this menu)

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B. Mark Alexander Slave list 1865 (The College of William & Mary has a different 1865 Slave List that Mark Alexander submitted to the Union Army on the Day of Surrender of the Civil War. It differs in that it does not list the parents of the slaves). Please see: Denise Oliver- Velez transcription of that 1865 Slave List on the People of Color page.
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C. Mark Alexander List of Slaves Lowndes County, Mississippi.  (This list of slaves sent from Mecklenburg County, Va. to Mark Alexanders Plantation in Lowndes County, Mississippi). - (use your back feature to return to this menu)

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D. James T. Alexander 1865 Slave List (Mark Alexander's son) - (use your back feature to return to this menu)

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E. Mark Alexander Family Records - (use your back feature to return to this menu)

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F. Mark and Sally T. Alexander photograph - (use your back feature to return to this menu)

 

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