|Birth: ||Oct. 30, 1820|
South Carolina, USA
|Death: ||Nov. 28, 1881|
Alexander Timmons married Miss Julia White on 15 July 1846 at Cherokee County, Georgia.
After the death of his father Noble in 1860, Alexander and his young family left their Cherokee County home in 1861 riding on to Texas, through Tennessee, Kentucky, Arkansas, Missouri, and the Indian Territory finally stopping in Hill county, Texas.
In 1863 he moved on to Hamilton county, and in the spring of 1866, to Young county where he passed away in 1881.
Alexander located on Clear Fork two miles below Eliasville. His early years were devoted chiefly to the cattle and sheep industry, he served as jstice of the peace some years.
He was a Texas Ranger for a time and sustained some losses at the hands of the Indians.
He was a member of the Primitive Baptist Church.
Children born to Alexander Timmons - Julia Palestine Moss were:
Joseph Worth, Sr.
Nancy Ellender "Ella"
Salina Annette Palestine
Noble John Timmons (1783 - 1860)
Eleanor Powers Timmons (1785 - 1856)
Julia Palestine White Timmons (1822 - 1897)*
Nancy Ellender Timmons Medlan (1847 - 1878)*
Joseph Worth Timmons (1850 - 1934)*
Almedia Rosalie Timmons Marlin (1853 - 1931)*
Palestine Annette Timmons Peckham (1856 - 1928)*
John Timmons (1859 - 1876)*
Shadrack R. Timmons (1808 - 1873)**
John Franklin Timmons (1810 - 1883)*
Samuel Perry Timmons (1812 - 1870)*
Mary Ruth Timmons Brooks (1816 - 1902)*
Alexander Timmons (1820 - 1881)
William Timmons (1823 - 1884)*
Medlan Family Cemetery
Maintained by: Searchers of our Past
Originally Created by: May Ashby Royer
Record added: Mar 20, 2007
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