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Andrew Jackson Alley, Sr
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Birth: Mar., 1811
Sumner County
Tennessee, USA
Death: Dec. 11, 1885
Upper Lake
Lake County
California, USA

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s/o Samuel Sampson Alley / Dicey Tabitha Glenn
Natives of NC

Pioneer of OR Trail
Arrived 16 Sep 1852

m [1] 30 May 1835 Sumner Co., TN*
Louisa Perkins

They had children - Sarah Jane, Samuel Henry, Amanda, John Lemuel, Martha Ann Elizabeth, Levi Houston, Silvia "Bell"

m [2] 18 Nov 1852 Linn Co., OR
Mrs. Mary Adeline Cyrus [Widow]

They had 2 children - Louisa Winifred, Andrew Jackson

ref: TN Marriage*; Son of his fathers 2nd wife 
 
Family links: 
 Spouses:
  Louisa Elizabeth Perkins Alley (1816 - 1852)
  Mary Adeline Moore Alley (1821 - 1896)
 
 Children:
  Sarah Jane Alley Robbs (1837 - 1917)*
  Samuel Henry Alley (1841 - 1913)*
  Amanda Emmaline Alley Pitney (1844 - 1922)*
  John Lemuel Alley (1846 - 1907)*
  Martha Ann Elizabeth Alley McCombs (1849 - 1930)*
  Winifred Alley Bucknell (1854 - 1942)*
  Andrew Jackson Alley (1859 - 1892)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
Andrew J. Alley
Died
Dec 11 1885
Aged
74 Yrs & 9 Mo's

Dearest Father thou hast left us
Here thy loss we deeply feel;
But tis God who hath bereft us
He can will our sorrows heal.

 
Note: Original owner A. J. Alley
 
Burial:
Upper Lake Cemetery
Upper Lake
Lake County
California, USA
Plot: Block 2 Lot 9
 
Created by: BluMoKitty
Record added: May 06, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 110087467
Andrew Jackson Alley, Sr
Added by: Peggy Joy
 
 
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father-in-law of 3rd great grandfather
- PATRICIA K. GRUETTER
 Added: Jul. 29, 2013
 
 
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