Person:Alexander Hansbrough (1)

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Alexander Hamilton Hansbrough
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Name Alexander Hamilton Hansbrough
Gender Male
Birth[1]
Reference Number? JWH #313
Death? Salem, VA

313. ALEXANDER HAMILTON HANSBROUGH: (244 John) In a card, dated September 16, 1836, which appeared in the September 23, 1836 issue of the "Arena," a newspaper published in Fredericksburg, Alexander advertised the sale of valuable real estate, as he intended going south or west. This was described as a tavern at Culpeper Court House on the main stage road from Washington to Charlotsville, a large house, extensive stables, gardens, furniture, etc.; that a four-horse stage to Fredericksburg passed twice a week; also a small house and lot on the main road to Fredericksburg, an ice house, and a wheelwright shop on the corner of the lot; also, a farm of 324 acres called "Oak Hill," three miles from the court house, high with a beautiful view, 6 or 8 choice springs, a stream through the center; wood house and orchard, etc. Alexander married Elizabeth Clayton Strother, who was born August 4, 1810. And died May 13, 1871. She was the daughter of Jeremiah and Nancy (Clayton) Strother. They had seven children. Children (HANSBROUGH) 403. George Woodson - born August 16, 1828. 404. JOHN STROTHER - born June 9, 1831. 405. ELIZABETH HAMILTON - born 1835. 406. ROBERTA BANKS - born December 18, 1838. 407. MARTHA STROTHER - born 1840. 408. MARIA LOUISA - born 1842. 409. Ann C. - married (1st) ______ Ribble, a lawyer of Southwest Virginia, by whom she had two sons who died young; married (2nd) Blair Robinson, nephew of Elizabeth C. Strother, wife of Rev. John S. Hansbrough. NFI.

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  1. John W. Hansborough. History and Genealogy of the Hansborough - Hansbrough Family. (Name: Name: 1981, John W. Hansborough;;)
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    313. ALEXANDER HAMILTON HANSBROUGH: (244 John) In a card, dated September 16, 1836, which appeared in the September 23 1836 issue of the "Arena," a newspaper published in Fredericksburg, Alexander adv ertised the sale of valuable real estate, as he intended going south or west. This was described as a tavern at Culpeper Court House on the main stage road from Washington to Charlotsville, a large ho use, extensive stables, gardens, furniture, etc.; that a four-horse stage to Fredericksburg passed twice a week; also a small house and lot on the main road to Fredericksburg, an ice house, and a whee lwright shop on the corner of the lot; also, a farm of 324 acres called "Oak Hill," three miles from the court house, high with a beautiful view, 6 or 8 choice springs, a stream through the center; wo od house and orchard, etc. Alexander married Elizabeth Clayton Strother, who was born August 4, 1810. And died May 13, 1871. She was the daughter of Jeremiah and Nancy (Clayton) Strother. They had seven children.Children (HA NSBROUGH) 403. George Woodson - born August 16, 1828. 404. JOHN STROTHER - born June 9, 1831. 405. ELIZABETH HAMILTON - born 1835. 406. ROBERTA BANKS - born December 18, 1838. 407. MARTHA STROTHER - born 1840. 408. MARIA LOUISA - born 1842. 409. Ann C. - married (1st) ______ Ribble, a lawyer of Southwest Virginia, by whom she had two sons who died young; married (2nd) Blair Robinson, nephew of Elizabeth C. Strother, wife of Rev. John S . Hansbrough. NFI.