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Edwin A. Alexander
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Birth: Nov. 27, 1880
Örebro län, Sweden
Death: 1963
Ocean County
New Jersey, USA

Edwin was the husband of Ruth J. (??), both born in Sweden. Ruth was Edwin's second wife. His first wife was Freda (??), also Swedish.

Edwin Immigrated to the USA in 1900.

His given name may have been Axel Edwin, but at some point, he was generally know as "Edwin", his middle name.

The US Census taken April 20, 1910 lists the following household members, all living in Harrington Park Borough, Bergen Co., NJ:

Edwan Alexadren 30 - Steamfitter
Freda Alexadren 30 - Wife
Herbert Alexadren 4 - Son
Edith Alexadren 2 - Daughter
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The US Census taken April 16, 1920 lists Edwin as single, living alone in Hoboken, Hudson Co., NJ and employed as a machinist in a Tea Factory.
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The US Census taken April 16, 1930 lists the following household members, all living on South Street in Harrington Park Borough, Bergen Co., NJ:

Axel E Alexander 49 - Steamfitter, Plumbing Shop
Ruth J Alexander 30 - Wife
Herbert Alexander 26 b. NY - Plumber Helper
Edith Alexander 22 b. NY - Secretary, Railroad Office
Ruth Alexander 13 b. NJ
 
 
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  Ruth J. Alexander (1900 - 1980)
 
Burial:
Barnegat Memorial Cemetery
Barnegat
Ocean County
New Jersey, USA
 
Created by: Stanwood
Record added: Mar 04, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 49067516
Edwin A. Alexander
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Edwin A. Alexander was my grandfather. Some of my most memorable times were spent at his beach house in Beach Haven NJ on 17th St. The house is gone but I can still recreate it in my mind.
- Donald Leaman
 Added: Aug. 23, 2012

- Sarah Quinn
 Added: Apr. 26, 2010
 
 
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