Alexander, of Charles Towne
ALEXANDER, John, with wife Ann. One source says that he arrived prior to 1/19/1687, with wife Ann and daughter Ann, but it may only mean that there was a wife and daughter at time of his death, not that they arrived together in1687.
9/26/1699 – Will of John Alexander: 50 pounds money to the Presbyterian Church of Charles Town; 10 pounds money to Avid Adams, widow, living in Charles Town; 10 pounds money, each, to Joseph Blake and George Logan, Esqrs., for mourning; "one full Moiety" or ½ of all remaining property to wife Ann Alexander; ½ of remaining property to daughter Ann Alexander, not yet of-age; if either wife or daughter die, all goes to the other; if both die, all goes to his brother Robert Alexander. No indication of exactly when he died.
6/28/1714 – Tho.Waring and wife convey to Joseph Boone and Anne Axtell Alexander m. to Joseph Boone. John Alexander's will has left half his land to wife, and half to daughter Ann, now Waring. Anne Alexander Boone dies 10/1751 and leaves will.
ALEXANDER, Richard, is listed as a servant for O'Sullivan in the first fleet (1670)