Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia: Extracted ..., Volume 3
By Augusta County (Va.), Lyman Chalkley
p 345.—17th May, 1768. James ( ) Alexander, eldest son and heirat-law of William Alexander, deceased, to John Alexander. 20 shillings, part of 400 acres patented by William Alexander, deceased, containing 200 acres, being tract conveyed by William Alexander, deceased, to Martha Alexander, 27th August, 1751, and after decease of Martha, who died intestate, descended to said William as heir-at-law to Martha, and after decease of William, who died intestate, descended to James Alexander as eldest son and heir, lying near the Long Glade; corner said William; corner Michael Dickey. Delivered: John Alexander. 23d June, 1786 ( i').