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William Tasse Alexander Family Papers

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Alexander (William Tasse) Family Papers

William Tasse Alexander Family papers

Summary Information

J. Murrey Atkins Library Special Collections, UNC Charlotte
Alexander family
William Tasse Alexander Family papers
Date [inclusive]
1.0 Linear foot
Papers of William Tasse Alexander and his descendants in the Mallard Creek area of Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. Consists primarily of records relating to the operation of the family plantation, including deeds and other legal papers, financial accounts, and information on cotton production and slaves. Also includes correspondence, an 1882 school register, genealogical material, clippings, photographs, and early twentieth century postcards of Charlotte. A portion of the 19th century family library is in the Dalton Rare Book Collection at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

Preferred Citation note

William Tasse Alexander Family Papers. J. Murrey Atkins Library Special Collections, University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

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Biographical/Historical note

The William Tasse Alexander family descends from some of the earliest settlers of Mecklenburg County. Genealogical records trace family origins to the lowlands of southern Scotland, with some researchers tracing the Alexander ancestry to Robert the Bruce, King of Scots (1316-29). Being intensely Presbyterian, the Alexander family took refuge in Ireland in the mid-1600s to escape religious persecution. Records indicate that James Alexander pastored the churches of the Laggan presbytery and lived in Raphoe, Donnegal, and Sligo, Ireland. His seven sons emigrated to America between 1656 and 1670 and settled in Cecil County, Md. The first Alexanders moved to North Carolina from Maryland between 1748 and 1752 and settled close to the Cabarrus-Mecklenburg County line near the Salisbury-Charlotte Road between Coddle Creek and Rocky River. In 1767, Moses I, the grandfather of William Tasse Alexander I, bought 185 acres of land near Mallard Creek and the mouth of Stony Creek, but never actually lived there. Moses Alexander I was born in Cecil County, Maryland in 1730 and moved to North Carolina with his family when he was a boy. He married Martha Kirkman in 1770 and had eleven children: Andrew (1771), Moses II (1773), Ambrose (1775), Sidney (1777, their only daughter), Hezekiah (1779), Uriah (1781), James (1783), Abner (1786), Amzi (1788), Ezra (1790), and Benjamin (1792). While there is no record of his death, will, or burial, it is believed that Moses Alexander I died in 1810. On January 28th, 1800, Moses Alexander II married Elizabeth Orr (1771-1839). They settled on part of the land that his father had purchased in 1767 near Mallard Creek and the mouth of Stony Creek. They had five children: Martha (1800), William Tassey (1802), Mary Orr (1805), Elizabeth Adaline (1808), and Moses III (1810). In January, 1841, one and a half years after the death of his first wife Elizabeth Orr, Moses II married Matilda McCalebs. No children were born to this union. The Moses Alexander II family were members of the Mallard Creek Presbyterian Church. Moses II died on March 31, 1859 at the age of 85. He and his two wives are buried in the Mallard Creek Presbyterian Church cemetery. William Tasse Alexander I was born in the Mallard Creek area of northern Mecklenburg County on December 19th, 1802. The owner of a cotton plantation, he was very successful and by the time of the Civil War had accumulated over 1000 acres of land on Mallard Creek and about 30 slaves. Alexander was well known for his generosity to the poor and as a kind slave owner. Old receipts show that he delivered cotton to Cheraw, Columbia, and most frequently to Camden, South Carolina. According to family tradition, William Tasse Alexander acquired the land and house of John H. Orr around 1820. The two-story Federal style brick house was built in 1799 and completed in 1800 by a Mr. Sadler. The house still stands today as a local historic site, although much of the land has been sold to developers. A small parcel of land that served as a slave burial ground was also preserved. On April 24, 1824, Alexander married Mary Hunter (January 1791-August 24, 1831). They had only one child, Margeret E. (April 27, 1828-March 24, 1832), who died tragically in a fire at one month prior to her fourth birthday. One year earlier, his first wife died on August 31, 1831. William Tasse Alexander I married his second wife, Margeret Moriah Harris (November 1811- April 1839) on March 28, 1833. They had three children: Robert William (September 22, 1834-March 5, 1856), Elizabeth H. (November 15, 1836-December 6, 1837), and Margeret M. (April 2, 1839-December 10, 1843). His second wife, Margaret Moriah Alexander, died on April 3, 1839, from complications due to childbirth one day after giving birth to their third child Margeret. In the summer of the following year, June 11, 1840, William Tasse Alexander I married his third wife, Mary Jane Orr (October 1820-September 1842). This marriage produced one son, John Morehead (July 4, 1842-February 23, 1896). Less than one month after John’s birth, on September 15, 1842, Mary Jane Alexander died. John Morehead Alexander married Martha Query on June 22, 1865. The pair had eleven children. Almost four years after the death of his third wife, on August 4, 1846, William Tasse Alexander was married, for a fourth and final time, to Margery H. Cochran (August 1824-January 1910). The couple produced eight children: Mary Jane (born November 5, 1847; married Robert Hall Flow on January 29, 1867, reared nine children, an died December 7, 1915); Martha Ann (b. February 7, 1849); Charles Filmore (June 18, 1851-August 25, 1852); James Gilmer (October 31, 1853-April 24,1873); Margery Louisa (born December 10, 1855, married James Calvin Kirk on October 2, 1873, raised ten children, and died June 29, 1903); Margeret M. (February 25, 1859-November 7, 1860); William Tasse Columbus II (born October 14, 1861, married Mary Charlotte Watkins on May 18, 1898, reared five children, and died June 30, 1928); and Rebecca Neal (January 6, 1864-August 18, 1890). The name “Tasse” in William Tasse Alexander I comes from his grandmother’s (Elizabeth Orr’s mother’s) maiden name, which was Tassey. William Tasse Alexander II inherited the family home place, which he farmed in addition to being a contractor. He married Mary Charlotte Watkins of Anson County, North Carolina on May 18, 1898. They had five children: Thomas Watkins (August 13, 1899-June 15, 1943), Margery Henry (January 8, 1902 – September 23, 1981), William Tasse III (February 1, 1904 – April 25, 1992), Robert Flow (born December 14, 1905), and James Moses (born October 21, 1908). Although William Tasse Alexander II was not an educated man, he and his wife were strong supporters of education and all of his children graduated from college. His wife, known as Mrs. Lottie to friends, was a school teacher and taught Sunday school up until her death at the age of 95. Mrs. Lottie was a lifelong learner and continued her education into her 90’s by taking classes at Davidson College, and Montreat. On September 5, 1957, she donated five acres of land to Charlotte College, now University of North Carolina at Charlotte. This land provided access through campus from Mallard Creek Church Road and is named Mary Alexander Drive. Her only restriction on the gift was that it be used for residential development. Two of their sons, William Tasse Alexander III and Robert Flow Alexander, shared several business interests, including William T. Alexander & Co., Auburn Coal Stoker Distributors, and Alexander Tank and Equipment Company. Margery, the couple’s only daughter, was well known for her contributions to education in Mecklenburg County and was honored by the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools when, two months after her death in 1981, they named their staff development center on West Boulevard for her. William Tasse Alexander III was born February 1, 1904 and died April 25, 1992. He graduated from Charlotte High School in 1923 and received his B.A. in History from UNC- Chapel Hill in 1927. During World War II he served with the 893rd Tank Destroyer Battalion. William Tasse Alexander III, also known as “Bill,” was active in many community groups including University Civitans, Newell Volunteer Fire Department, Newell toastmasters, and the Mecklenburg Republican Party. In 1942 and1968, he made unsuccessful bids for the North Carolina State Legislature. He was a member of the Mallard Creek Presbyterian Church where he served as a deacon, elder, and building committee chairman. He met his wife to be, Sarah Margeret Land (born June 12, 1913) at a regional teachers meeting he was attending with his sister at the University of Kentucky. He married Sarah Margeret Land on July 10, 1943 in Lexington, Kentucky. The couple had three daughters: Sarah Land (born August 28, 1944), Margaret Stafford (born July 3, 1945), and Mary Neal (born October 1, 1948 and killed in an automobile accident in Fayetteville, NC on April 2, 1968.) The William Tasse Alexander I House is on the registry of historic Mecklenburg County homes. In 1999, much of the land that was the William Tasse Alexander plantation was sold to developers and will soon be the sight of Mallard Creek Country Club, a 36 hole golf community.

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Scope and Contents note

The William Tasse Alexander family is a collection that contains a wide assortment of papers from a prominent and wealthy plantation-owning family in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina from 1816 to 2000. As genealogy and family history has been important to the members of the Alexander family, there are several files in the collection that concern family history, with documentation that charts the pedigree of the Alexanders back to Ireland and Scotland.

Other papers in the collection concern their purchase and sale of acreage in Mecklenburg County, the taxes the Alexanders paid, the crops they cultivated, the consumer goods they purchased, the business transactions they made, the lawsuits in which they were involved, estates that they inherited and slaves that they owned. This collection is one that documents the history of a southern plantation-owning family.

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Arrangement note

The collection is arranged at the file level, with each file being arranged alphabetically by file label.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

J. Murrey Atkins Library Special Collections, UNC Charlotte September 2011

9201 University City Blvd.
Charlotte, NC, 28223

Conditions Governing Access note

Collection is open for research.

Conditions Governing Use note

Some material may be copyrighted or restricted. It is the patron's obligation to determine and satisfy copyright or other case restrictions when publishing or otherwise distributing materials found in the collections.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

Gift of Mrs. William T. Alexander, 1999.

Processing Information note

Processed by Chris Knott in 1999, and Robert A. McInnes in 2011.

Existence and Location of Originals note

Oversize items in this collection have been separated from the collection and removed to oversize storage. Photocopies of originals have been placed in collection folders.

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials note

Alexander and Ramsey Family Papers (UNCC Manuscript 162). Alexander Family Papers (UNCC Manuscript 30). Annie L. Alexander Papers (UNCC Manuscript 247). John B. Alexander Papers (UNCC Manuscript 218). Caldwell and Davidson Family Papers (UNCC Manuscript 208). Oral History Collection

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • W. T. Alexander House (N.C.).

Family Name(s)

  • Alexander family

Geographic Name(s)

  • Charlotte (N.C.)--Pictorial works
  • Mallard Creek (Mecklenburg County, N.C. : Community)
  • Mallard Creek (Mecklenburg County, N.C. : Community)--Social life and customs
  • Mecklenburg County (N.C.)
  • Mecklenburg County (N.C.)--Social life and customs

Personal Name(s)

  • Alexander, William Tasse, 1808-1870


  • Cotton growing--North Carolina--Mecklenburg County
  • Plantation life--North Carolina--Mecklenburg County
  • Plantations--North Carolina--Mecklenburg County
  • Slave records--North Carolina--Mecklenburg County

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Collection Inventory

Box Folder

Alexander House 1976-2000, undated 

Scope and Contents note

Contains a copy of the certificate that certifies the William Tasse Alexander House as a Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Site. This folder also contains a brochure with pictures of the house and a historical profile of the property.

1 1

Alexander, Margery Henry 1918-1977 

Scope and Contents note

Includes a letter from her mother, a copy of her teaching certificate, a report card from New York University, and a leaflet announcing her candidacy for the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Board.

1 2

Alexander, Mary Charlotte Watkins 1885-1960 

Scope and Contents note

Contains several college essays, a letter from her father, teaching certificates, a letter to William T. Alexander II (her future husband), and several letters from her sister.

1 3

Alexander, Mary Cochran 1907-1909 

Scope and Contents note

Includes a letter from her grandson, Charles Bernard Flow and a photocopy of a picture of her and several of her relatives.

1 4

Alexander, Rebecca Neal 1879-1890 

Scope and Contents note

Contains letters to and from her mother, and letters to and from friends, and court papers concerning her will.

1 5

Alexander, William Tasse III 1922-1943 

Scope and Contents note

Contains a number of copies of the Alexander Graham School newspaper, The Advocate, and the Charlotte High School newspaper, The Rambler; and letters to his sister and mother, several papers from his military assignment at Camp Shelby, Miss., and many letters involving his business interests with Retail Credit and W. T. Alexander & Company.

1 6

Cotton Gin Record Book 1903-1904 

Scope and Contents note

Record of cotton ginned, bailed, and amount billed for the service at the Alexander Cotton Gin. Also contains a record of cotton seed sold.

1 7

Cotton Transactions 1816-1873, 1941 

Scope and Contents note

William T. Alexander’s records of cotton sold and bartered for goods such as sugar, coffee, chocolate, salt, whiskey, molasses, cloth, steel, and various tools and appliances.

1 8

Deeds 1843-1960 

    Oversize Folder
Mixed materials   9 11
    Box Folder
Mixed materials   1 9

Scope and Contents note

Records of real estate transactions for lands in the Mallard Creek section of Mecklenburg County purchased by William T. Alexander I, William T. Alexander II, Mary Charlotte Alexander, and William T. Alexander III. Some of these deeds are located in oversize storage. Photocopies of them are found in this folder.

Family History 

Box Folder

Alexander (1 of 3) 

Scope and Contents note

Genealogical study of the Scottish and Irish roots of the Alexander family with family trees dating back to the 17th century and proposed family trees and histories, dating back to the 14th century.

1 10

Alexander (2 of 3) 

Scope and Contents note

Traces the William T. Alexander family from its migration from Scotland to Ireland to its first settlers in Cecil County, Maryland. The file includes genealogical information on William Tasse Alexander I and his ancestors, the first Alexanders to settle in the Charlotte area.

1 11

Alexander (3 of 3) 

Scope and Contents note

Contains the genealogy of the William Tasse Alexander II family. The file also contains documentation of the William Tasse Alexander III family.

1 12

Alexander: Memorials of the House of Alexander (1 of 2) 

Scope and Contents note

Contains the genealogical history of the Earl of Stirling and the house of Alexander, especially that of Alexander of Menstry and his son William.

1 13

Alexander: Memorials of the House of Alexander (2 of 2) 

Scope and Contents note

Includes family histories of Alexander families in Ireland, Britain, and the United States.

1 14

Harris Family 

Scope and Contents note

Contains the genealogical history of the Harris family and their roots in Scotland and Ireland. Significant to the collection as the 4th wife of William T. Alexander I was Margery Harris Cochran.

1 15

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Box Folder

Financial & Legal Records 1818-1947 

Scope and Contents note

Includes judgments for and against the Alexander family, mortgages, family disputes over land and property, certificates of stock, and an insurance policy issued by the Woodmen of the World in the name of William Tasse Alexander II. See also file 24, "Promissory Notes" and file 25 "Receipts for Consumer Goods."

1 16

Ledger Books 1831-1851 

Scope and Contents note

Record of day-to-day transactions on the William T. Alexander I plantation.

1 17

Ledger Books 1851-1858 

Scope and Contents note

Record focuses specifically on purchases and transactions dealing with farm equipment and maintenance.

1 18

Ledger Books 1861-1875 

Scope and Contents note

Record includes wages and wage agreements paid to workers as well as general farm purchases.

1 19

Ledger Books 1883-1891 

Scope and Contents note

Record of goods bought and sold by William T. Alexander II, including livestock, dry goods, wages paid, and money lent.

1 20

Maryland Property 1959-1975 

Scope and Contents note

Historical records of Alexander lands held in Maryland prior to moving to the Charlotte area.

1 21

Memorabilia 1832-1956 

Scope and Contents note

Contains an essay on cotton by James Gilmer Alexander, son of William Tasse Alexander I. Also includes sewing patterns from the early 1900s, farmers bulletin, county political ticket, and picture book from Newell Junior High School (1954-55).

1 22

Newspaper clippings 1927-1998 

Scope and Contents note

Includes copies of newspaper articles referring to Nathaniel Alexander, Mrs. Lottie Alexander, William Alexander III; and obituaries for William T. Alexander II, Mrs. Lottie Alexander, and Miss Mary Neal Alexander (daughter of William Tasse Alexander III, who was killed in an automobile accident in Fayetteville, NC).

1 23

North Carolina Militia. Officer's Commission 1840 

Scope and Contents note

Issued to William Tasse Alexander, as a second lieutenant.

1 24

Promissory notes 

Scope and Contents note

Receipts made between family members and friends recording short term loans (commonplace prior to the proliferation of banks and the advent of credit cards).

1 25

Receipts for consumer goods 1836-1919 

    Oversize Folder
Mixed materials   9 11
    Box Folder
Mixed materials   1 26

Scope and Contents note

Early records include bills paid by William T. Alexander I, money paid to William T. Alexander I, records of household purchases, primarily food and clothing, and many pairs of shoes. [NOTE: this may be significant because accounts of the children of former slaves attest to Alexanders’ generosity in buying his slaves shoes, a very uncommon practice amongst slave owners.] Records from the 1900s include the purchase of a phonograph, a piano, and an automobile engine.

Box Folder

School Register 1882-1885 

Scope and Contents note

John Morehead Alexander, eldest son of William T. Alexander I, served as a school committee member. Includes general attendance record and notes that teacher salary in 1882 was $36.90 a month.

1 27

Slave Papers of William T. Alexander 1837-1998 

Scope and Contents note

Includes receipts from the purchase of several slaves, records of slaves’ names and ages.

1 28

Tax Records 1833-1933 

Scope and Contents note

Includes state, county, township, property and poor taxes paid by the Alexander family.

1 29

Wills 1850, 1859 

Scope and Contents note

Contains the wills of Moses Alexander (May 8, 1850), and a typed transcript of the will of William Tasse Alexander (June 28, 1859). Both wills mention the presence of slaves in the family.

1 30


Box item

Presbyterian Hospital, Charlotte, NC 

1 PC256/1

Independence Square, Charlotte, NC 

1 PC256/2

Old Mecklenburg County Courthouse 

1 PC256/3

Heart of the Mercantile District, Charlotte, NC 

1 PC256/4

Camp Green, Charlotte, NC 

1 PC256/5

Souvenir Folder, Charlotte, NC 

1 PC256/6

Charlotte Country Club 

1 PC256/7

Hotel Charlotte 

1 PC256/8

Public Library, Charlotte, NC 

1 PC256/9

Reynolds Building, Winston-Salem, NC 

1 PC256/10

Lake Toxaway Inn, Lake Toxaway, NC 

1 PC256/11

Rocky River Boys School, Aquadale, NC 

1 PC256/12

Mock Hotel, Thomasville, NC 

1 PC256/13

Golden Gate Bridge 

1 PC256/14-38

Alcatraz Island 

1 PC256/39

Philippine Clipper 

1 PC256/40

Among the Giant Redwoods, California 

1 PC256/41

Coit Memorial, Telegraph Hill, San Francisco, Calif. 

1 PC256/42

Japanese tea garden, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco 

1 PC256/43

Cliff House and Seal Rocks, San Francisco, Calif. 

1 PC256/44

San Francisco, showing bay district and adjacent territory 

1 PC256/45

Oakland, California Skyline at Seen from Beyond Lake Merritt 

1 PC256/46

Painted Canyon in the Bad Lands 

1 PC256/47

South St. Vrain Canon, Estes Park 

1 PC256/48

Yankee Stadium, Bronx, New York 

1 PC256/49

The Connecticut State Capitol 

1 PC256/50

Marbois, Monroe, and Livingston, signing the Louisiana Transfer Treaty 

1 PC256/51

The White House, Washington, DC 

1 PC256/52

View of the Barracks of Camp Dix 

1 PC256/53

Alexander McKinlock Memorial Campus, Northwestern University 

1 PC256/54

O.B. Kee Residence, Oklahoma City, Okla. 

1 PC256/55

Train Crossing Synepuxent Bay, Ocean City, MD 

1 PC256/56

Rockefeller Center and Radio City by Night, New York 

1 PC256/57

Grand Central Terminal and New York Central Building, New York 

1 PC256/58

American Falls from Below at Sunset, Niagara Falls, NY 

1 PC256/59

American Falls as it looks after the avalanche… 

1 PC256/60

Sing a song of Christmas… 

1 PC256/61

A Christmas Thought 

1 PC256/62

A Happy New Year 

1 PC256/63

I’ll bring you this 

1 PC256/64

A friendly greeting… 

1 PC256/65

Happy Christmas… 

1 PC256/66

A Joyous Easter 

1 PC256/67

A Joyous Christmas 

1 PC256/68

If I were Santa… 

1 PC256/69

Sincere Greetings 

1 PC256/70

Valentine thoughts 

1 PC256/71

Washington’s Birthday Greetings 

1 PC256/72

Merry Christmas 

1 PC256/73

A Happy Easter 

1 PC256/74

A Kiss Heals Many a wound 

1 PC256/75

Christmas Greetings 

1 PC256/76

[untitled] depicting a girl on stairs carrying a tea set. 

1 PC256/77

Big Basin Inn, Big Basin, CA 

1 PC256/78

Homes of the Stars, California 

1 PC256/79

The Wonderful Carlsbad Cavern 

1 PC256/80

Yellowstone National Park 

1 PC256/81

The Petrified Forest and Painted Desert 

1 PC256/82

Boulder Dam 

1 PC256/83

Souvenir of El Paso, Texas 

1 PC256/84

Royal Gorge, Colorado 

1 PC256/85

World Famous Pikes Peak 

1 PC256/86

Manitou, Colorado 

1 PC256/87

Romantic New Orleans 

1 PC256/88

Greetings from New Orleans 

1 PC256/89

Greater Los Angeles 

1 PC256/90

Souvenir Folder of St. Louis, MO 

1 PC256/91

Oakland, Berkeley, Alameda and East Bay Cities Metropolitan Area 

1 PC256/92

San Diego, California 

1 PC256/93

Cowboy Life in Arizona 

1 PC256/94

San Francisco, the Queen City 

1 PC256/95

Charlotte, NC 

1 PC256/96

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Box Folder

Oral History Transcriptions 

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Box Folder item

Everett Brady. 

P21 2 P256/1-2

Dr. Will Flow. 

P21 2 P256/3

A young Dr. Will Flow. 

P21 2 P256/4

Mrs. J.E. Flow/ Wife of Mr. Eldred Flow. 

P21 2 P256/5

Annie Foster, Ruth Flow, Reid Flow, Virginia Easley, Georgia Flow, and Joe Easley. 

P21 2 P256/6

Junius J. Hunter. 

P21 2 P256/7

R.J. Hunter. 

P21 2 P256/8

Neal Alexander/ First Cousin of John Pharr. 

P21 2 P256/9

Ida Pharr. 

P21 2 P256/10

John Pharr. 

P21 2 P256/11

Jimmie Pharr. 

P21 2 P256/12

Jim Caldwell. 

P21 2 P256/13

Taylor Black. 

P21 2 P256/14

Taylor Flow Black. 

P21 2 P256/15

Sarah and Elizabeth Harrell. 

P21 2 P256/16

Cora? Friend of Mary Charlotte Watkins Alexander. 

P21 2 P256/17

Louise Kirk? Possibly a Flow? 

P21 2 P256/18

Addie Kirk? 

P21 2 P256/19

Mr. Samuel S. Witkowsky, Family Friend. 

P21 2 P256/20

Josephine Alexander Turner. 

P21 2 P256/21

Dr. Thomas Neal, family doctor around 1900. 

P21 2 P256/22

Julia Hunter, classmate of Mary Charlotte Watkins Alexander. 

P21 2 P256/23

Maggie Caldwell. 

P21 2 P256/24

Rebecca Neal Alexander, Daughter of William T. Alexander and Margery Cocharan Alexander. 

P21 2 P256/25

Fannie Turner, Friend of Mary Charlotte Watkins Alexander. 

P21 2 P256/26
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? [possibly the family of Mary Charlotte Watkins Alexander]. 

P21 2 P256/27
Box Folder item

Eating barbecue at the Mallard Creek Presbyterian church Community House. 

P21 2 P256/28

Mallard Creek Presbyterian Church Barbecue. 1944 

P21 2 P256/29

Booths at the 1944 Mallard Creek Presbyterian Barbecue. 1944 

P21 2 P256/30

Community House, Mallard Creek Presbyterian Church Barbecue 1944 Oct 26 

P21 2 P256/31

Folks standing in line for Barbecue at the 1944 Mallard Creek Presbyterian Church Barbecue. 1944 

P21 2 P256/32

Mrs. Lottie, Mrs. William T. Alexander II, at the 1944 Mallard Creek Presbyterian Church Barbecue. 1944 

P21 2 P256/33

Three youngsters from Newell Junior High School help serving at the 1944 Mallard Creek Presbyterian Church Barbecue. 1944 

P21 2 P256/34

Mallard Creek Presbyterian Church Girl Scout Troop #178. (3/16/57) 

P21 2 P256/35

Margery Thompsons’ second grade class 1962-1963 

P21 2 P256/36

Margery Thompsons’ class (grade and date not identified). 

P21 2 P256/37

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