woman Ann Cheatham Bouldin‏‎, daughter of Joseph Bouldin and Nancy Cheatham‏.
Born ‎ Jun 4, 1787 at Henry Co.,Virginia, died ‎ May 13, 1813 at Cumberland,Kentucky‎, 25 years

Married ‎ Mar 12, 1807 at Henry Co.,Virginia (6 years married) to:

man Joseph Alexander‏‎
Born ‎ Jul 30, 1780 at Charlotte Co.,Virginia, died ‎ Oct 2, 1859 at Kentucky‎, 79 years, 1st marriage to: Sarah Watkins Bouldin, ‎2nd marriage to: Ann Cheatham Bouldin
In 1824 Joseph Alexande immigrated to Kentucky, and setled a tact of 400 acres in Cumberland County, whick land he acquired by purchase. He turned his attention partly to agriculture, cultivating his farm by slave labor , and partly to the manufacture of tobacco, which he caried on at his home four miles northwest of Burkesville. He was elected sheriff of Cumberland County, under the provisions of the old constitution, by which the senior magistrate became sheriff, and for several years was master comissioner of the county. he also held the position of commissioner of common schools, and also that of assessor of the county, and in 1839 was elected on the Whig ticket to represent Cumberland County in the lower house of the Kentucky Legislature. He also held many other responsible positions, not of a public character; was guardian and administrator, and a man in whom the people of his county trusted. Seven Children were born to his last marriage: Richard B. , Milton J. Thomas tyler, Martha B., wife of the Rev. Martin Baker; Margaret, who died in infancy; Joseph H.M. and Dr. Robert M.. Mrs. Alexander, who during llife was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, died may 4, 1857, in the sixty-third year of her age. Joseph Alexander, who departed life october 2, 1850, was a Whig in politics, a great admirer of henry Clay, and an emancipationist, although he was a slave owner. He had lived in good easy sircumstances during life, but on accounty of security, left only a small estate to his children. John Alexander was born in 1741, about four miles from Glasgow in Scotland, fromwhich place he was brought by his father, John Alexander, to America, and to Henry County, Virginia , where he grew to manhood. His father became a prominentman in early Virginia politics. He was a member of the House of Burgesses of Virginia prior to the Revolution, and during the troubles and oppressions which brought about that event. He commanded a company of provincial troops in the struggle. his son John became a man of wealth in the county of Henry. He was married to Miss lucy Martin, of Virginia, by whom he became the father of nine children:


man Hugh Nelson Alexander‏‎
man Fayette Wood Alexander‏
Born ‎ 1811 at Cumberland Co.,Kentucky‎