Person:Alexander Morrow (4)

Watchers
Alexander L. Morrow
  1. James Lindsey Morrow1848 - 1937
  2. Alexander L. Morrowabt 1851 - 1920
  3. Cicero Sylvester Morrow1852 -
  4. Andrew Jackson Morrow1855 - 1939
  5. Thomas Ephraim MorrowABT 1868 -
  1. James H. Morrow1874 -
  2. Leonard W. Morrow1876 -
  3. Charles F. Morrow1879 - 1961
  4. John Nelson Morrow1880 - 1979
  5. Robert Bowdoin Morrow1883 -
  1. Ephraim M. Morrow1889 - 1971
  2. William Alexander Morrow1896 - 1987
Facts and Events
Name Alexander L. Morrow
Gender Male
Birth? abt 1851 Randolph, Alabama, United States
Census[1] 1880 Clay, Alabama, United States
Census[2] 1 Jun 1900 Randolph, Alabama, United States
Census[3] 22 Apr 1910 Randolph, Alabama, United States
Census[4] 5 Jan 1920 Randolph, Alabama, United States
Death[5] Dec 1920 Randolph, Alabama, United States
Burial? Mt. Prospect Baptist Church, Randolph Co, AL
References
  1. Clay, Alabama, United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    1880 Clay Co, AL: Alexander Morrow 29 AL, par b. GA/AL; Elizabeth 39 GA; Martha J. 8, James H. 6, Leonard 4, Charley F. 1 (Fox Creek, p. 27D)

  2. Randolph, Alabama, United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    1900 Randolph Co, AL: Elexander J. Marrow Sep 1852 AL, m. 14 yrs; Anna L. Nov 1864 AL, 3 living kids; Martha J. Nov 1871 AL; Charlie F. Jun 1879; John N. May 1881; Robert B. Nov 1883; Ada E. Mar 1887; Efrom Jun 1889; William E. May 1896 (Fox Creek, p. 114, 6/1/1900)

  3. Randolph, Alabama, United States. Randolph, Alabama, United States. 1910 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    1910 Randolph Co, AL: A.L. Morrow 58 AL, m. 24 yrs; Anna E. 44 AL; 3 living kids; Efhram 20, Alexander 13 (Fox Creek, p. 123, 4/22/1910)

  4. Randolph, Alabama, United States. 1920 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    1920 Randolph Co, AL: Alexander L. Marrow 67 AL, par b. SC, can’t write; Annie E. 63 AL, can’t read or write; Charlie F. 40 AL; Eafram M. 20 (7th prc, p. 128, 1/5/1920)

  5. Alabama, United States. Alabama Deaths, 1908-1974; Index to Deaths, 1908-1959. (Alabama).