The death of Mrs. C.R. Alexander brings to a close a life of sacrificial
service and devotion to her Master. Her place will be hard to fill in the
Gracey Church and community.
Minutes of the 6th Annual Session of Christian Co. Baptist Association (Held
in Pembroke) September 17 & 18, 1929.


Mrs, Effie LAWRENCE ALEXANDER 65, wife of former County Judge J. Blair ALEXANDER, of Trigg county died early today
at Jennie Stuart hospital here of pneumonia after a three day illness. Survivors include the husband and a daughter,
Mrs. George ALEXANDER HOPSON, of Cadiz. The funeral service was held this afternoon at the home in Cadiz.
Hopkinsville - 1942

, 68, Muskogee, Oklahoma
Died Monday 2 October 1972 in Muskogee, Oklahoma.
Born 1 February 1904 in Christian Co., son of Benjamin and Martha Jane Keys Alexander.
Retired construction worker. Had lived in Oklahoma for a number of years.
Survivors: widow, Bessie Alexander; four daughters; three sisters, Mrs. Beulah Glover, Mrs. Osa Turner and Mrs. Lattie Cornelius all of Cerulean; a brother, Marvin Alexander of Spottsville.
Services: Thursday 6 October 1972, burial in Oklahoma.
Ky. New Era, Hopkinsville, Ky.
Thursday 5 October 1972


At Morganfield in a drunken row among a lot of railroad hands George Alexander was shot in the neck and instantly killed.


DIXON -- Joe M. Alexander, 72, Dixon, died at 8:40 p.m. Wednesday at Community Methodist Hospital in Henderson.
He was a retired United Methodist minister of 25 years.
Survivors include his wife, Nellie Jean Coston Alexander; three stepdaughters, Carol Mask of Sarah, Miss., Teresa McNail of Senatobia, Miss., and Deronda Millican of Merygold, Miss.; three sons, Joe S. Alexander of Bowling Green, Terry Alexander of Columbia, S.C., and Dean Alexander of Tuscaloosa, Ala.; three brothers, Robert Alexander of Illinois, Phillip Alexander of Glasgow, Ky., and Beck Alexander of Bowling Green; three grandchildren; seven stepgrandchildren; and five stepgreat-grandchildren.
Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Townsend Funeral Home in Dixon. The Revs. Todd Love and Selby Coomer will
officiate. Graveside services will be at 3 p.m. Saturday at Marrowbone Cemetery in Marrowbone, Ky.
Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. today and from 6 to 8 p.m. today and after 8a .m. Saturday at the funeral home.
Expressions of sympathy may take the form of contributions to St. Anthony's Hospice.
Henderson Gleaner Feb 27, 1998 b 27, 1998


L.B. Alexander, 75, Crofton-Dawson Road, died at 1:15 p.m. Monday at his home following a long illness
Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday with burial in Ridgetop Cemetery.
A native of Hopkins County he was born May 15, 1923, the son of the late Lawson and Ollie Alexander. He was a retired custodian for the Christian County Board of education and was a member of the West Grove Baptist Church.
Survivors include his wife, Arletta Martin Alexander, a son, Tony Alexander, Crofton; a daughter, Joyce Steeley, the county; two sisters, Alice Deason and Mary Prince, both of Crofton.
Kentucky New Era
Tuesday July 7, 1998


, 72, Crofton, Ky.
Died Friday 8 February 1963 at Jennie Stuart Hosp.
Survivors: husband, Milo Alexander; two sons, Bryce of Henderson and J. D. Alexander of Evansville; three daughters, Mrs. Erma Hensley of Dawson Springs, Mrs. Alma Hensley of Crofton and Gayle Finley of Gracey; two brothers, Wylie Buress of Dawson Springs and Herman Buress of Chicago; 14 grandchildren; and six great grandchildren.
Services: Saturday 9 February 1963, burial in Hawkins Cemetery. Beshear Funeral Home.
Ky. New Era, Hopkinsville, Ky.
Saturday 9 February 1963


Death of This Most Estimable Lady Near City
Mrs. Mary F. Alexander, widow of the late Col. C. B. Alexander, died at her home on the Canton pike, three miles south west of the city Wednesday afternoon, after a lingering illness, aged about 65 years. Mrs. Alexander was a daughter of the late John Lewis, one of the early settlers of the county, and at the time of her marriage to Col. Alexander was Mrs. Mary F. Jackson. She was a sister of Mr. C. T. Lewis, of Florida. She leaves an adopted daughter, Mrs. Gabe Campbell. Mrs. Alexander was a pious Christian, noted for her cheerful and loveable disposition and leaves a wide circle of friends to mourn her loss. She had been a member of the Ninth Street Presbyterian church in this city for many years. The funeral was held at her late residence at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon by Dr. W. L. Nourse, and assisted by Elder H. D. Smith, the interment took place in the family grave yard.
Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Dec 1900


Minnie Cecil Alexander, 76, Henderson, formerly of Hopkinsville, died Tuesday at her home of natural causes. Burial will be in Roselawn Memorial Gardens, Henderson,
A native of Hopkinsville, she was born Oct. 31, 1921, the daughter of the late Leslie and Lula Johnson Davis. She was a retired telephone operator, having worked first for South Central Bell in Hopkinsville and later for Indiana Bell. She was a member of Second Baptist Church, Hopkinsville. Her husband, Otho Alexander, Died in 1984.
Survivors include a son, Jim Lancaster, Henderson, two sisters, Mary Alice Jones, Madisonville, Helen Hill, Hopkinsville, three grandsons and one great-grandson.
Kentucky New Era
Wednesday July 22, 1998

Mr. Raymond ALEXANDER, 85, died Friday, Sep. 7, at 10 a.m. at Shady Lawn Nursing Home where he had been a patient for the past three and one half years. a Trigg County native, he was born April 27, 1894, the son of King and Ida LANEAVE ALEXANDER. He was married to Rhea NOEL who preceded him in death on October 5, 1963. he was a member of the Cadiz United Methodist Church and a member of the Cadiz Masonic Lodge No. 121. He was a retired health administrator of Trigg County where he served for 38 years. He retired March 31, 1971.

Funeral services were conducted at Goodwin Funeral Home Sunday, Saptember 9, at 2 p.m. with the Rev. John L. Weber and Rev. Roger Newell officiating. Music was provided by Mrs. Mae Perdue, organist. Burial was in East End Cemetery.

Survivors include one son, Rumsey Alexander of Cadiz; one daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth ALEXANDER HOPSON of Cerulean; two
granddaughters, Mrs. Joann WINTERS of Mobil, Ala and Mrs. Elizabeth STAHL of Palm Beach Fla, and three great granddaughters. Preceding him in death were three sisters, Mrs. Eufala VANZANT in 1952, Mrs. Nora GRAY in 1974, and Mrs. Dorothy HUSK in 1972, and two brothers, Boone ALEXANDERin 1973 and JohnnieALEXANDER in 1976.

Pallbearers were Hal Fennell, Tom McGraw, Roy McDonald, Teenie Vanzant, Gary Minto and Cecil Wyatt.
September 13, 1979 - The Cadiz Record


Esq. William H.H. ALEXANDER died at his home four miles north west of Cadiz on December 22nd after a lingering illness of several months of dropsy and other complications.

Esq. Alexander was born in Trigg county the 8th day of March 1841, and was the son of John and Patsy RAMEY Alexander, being the oldest of nine children. About 35 years ago he was married to Miss Eliza SANDERS, daughter of Whit SANDERS,

deceased, and three children were born to that union -- Mrs B.W. CHERRY, Mrs Ed LITCHFIELD, and Alvin ALEXANDER -- all
of whom with the widow, are yet living. He is also survived by the following brothers and sisters. J.J., J.T., E.F., A.K. and G.K. Alexander, Mrs Joe MITCHELL and Mrs J. Frank LADD.

Twenty-five years ago he united with the Methodist Church being a charter member of Siloam, and ever remained one of its active and most faithful members, and for most of the time was an officer of the church. In May 1898, he was appointed Justice of the Peace by County Judge Bingham to fill out the unexpired term of Esq. H.W. Smith, deceased and was re-elected to that position in Ô94 and Ô97. He retired at the expiration of his term in 1901 without asking for a re-election. As an official he was conscientious and faithful in the discharge of every duty, and the county never had a servant who watched more closely the inter---- of the public and welfare of the community. He died on the farm where he had been born and reared.

In the presence of a large crowd of relatives and friends, the remains were laid to rest in the old Sivells family graveyard near Bethesda on the 23rd by the side of his father and mother. Funeral services were held at the grave,
conducted by Rev. F.A. Mitchell of this city. -
Cadiz Record - Jan 05, 1905


Lebanon Standard:
Mrs Willie Alexander died at five o'clock yesterday afternoon, at the residence of her brother in law, Mr N.B. Hurt, of pneumonia following an attack of typhoid fever.
Hopkinsville New Era
April 1887


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