David Alexander was born in Ireland. He came to NB about 1835 and settled near Debec, Richmond Parish, Carleton County. He married Rebecca Watson.

1) Ann Alexander
2) Letitia Alexander
3) Mary Jane Alexander
3) George Alexander
4) William Alexander m. Jane Bell: had three children
5) John Alexander m. Mary Bell and had two daughters
6) Rebecca Alexander.

PANB:MC80/854 J.W. Benn’s A historical sketch of Methodism in Richmond, page 7.

Robert Alexander came from Bally Castle in Ireland to North Rustico, PEI, then moved to Point La Nim, NB by 1832, then Upper Charlo, Colborne Parish, Restigouche County: married and had children.
PANB:MC80/17 Flemming Holm’s A History of the United Church: Charlo, New Mills and Jacquet River, page 15.

Thomas Alexander born 1776 at Five-mile-town, Girlaw Township, County Tyrone, Ireland, died 1868, was the son of Joseph and Sarah (Gillespie) Alexander. He married, in 1802, Jane Little, born 1782, died 1858, the daughter of John and Mary (Stuart) Little. He came to NB about 1822 and settled at Fredericton Junction in Sunbury County

1) John Alexander b. 1804, d. 19 Sep 1893, married 13 Mar 1839 Sarah Jane Lindsay born 1819, d. 1888: had nine children
2) Mary Alexander b. 1807, d. young
3) Charles Alexander b. 1810, d. 1866, m. (1st) Mary Boone, (2nd) Chloe Nevers
4) Joseph Alexander b. 1813, m. Elizabeth A. Shirley of Burton, NB: had issue
5) Guy Alexander b. 1816, married Mary Kimball of Oromocto
6) Thomas Alexander b. c1818, d. 1907, m. (1st) Frances Louise Shirley b. – , 1873, half-sister of Elizabeth: they had eight children: m. (2nd) Mary Merrithew of Keswick, NB, b. -, died 1916: had one son
7) William Alexander born 1822, died 1854 in Saint John, m. Elizabeth Hoyt of Patterson Settlement and had two children
8) Mary Jane Alexander born 1827, m. Aaron Hartt.

PANB:MC1/Alexander #1,2,3, 70 pages
see also PANB:MC80/1002 Saint John Branch NBGS, Generations 10, pages 43-45

The widow Elizabeth (Hoyt) Alexander married (2nd) George Kirkpatrick:
see also PANB: MC80/1050 Katherine Dewitt et. al. Days of old: a history of Fredericton Junction, pages 23-30

see PANB:MC80/1373 Alton L. Harris’ Harris genealogy, pages 389-394.