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Stewart Family Obituaries
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Arne H Trelvik

Alexander Stewart (1785-1857)

Deaths.
- On the 15th inst. at his residence in the neighborhood of Waynesville, Alexander Stewart.

Source: The Western Star, Friday, March 20, 1857
Copy obtained from the Obituary Collection at the Warren County Genealogical Society,
406 Justice Drive, Lebanon, OH 45036-2349, (513) 695-1144 - WCGS@co.warren.oh.us

on 7 Jun 2007 Patty Shaw writes,
"I was on the website and saw the obit for Alexander Stewart.......he is my 3rd g-grandfather and I have a picture of him if you would like it....his wife was Rebecca Clark..I have a picture of her as well plus their son Robert G. Stewart and his wife Nancy Vandervort ..........Alexander Stewart was the son of Robert Stewart and Ann Hornaday and were in Warren co., Ohio about 1805 they died in Warren co. and I believe are or were buried on the Smith farm. Have always wanted to know what Smith farm Alexander's father Robert was buried on he died 21 Jul 1844 but his wife Ann Hornaday died 01 Aug 1839.
Alexander was born 15 Mar 1785 in Orange co., N.C. and he and Rebecca Clark were Quakers. Alexander and Rebecca only had the one son that lived....Robert Gravenor Stewart that married Nancy Vandervort......they owned land in the Va. Military Tract....one dau Elizabeth Rebecca Stewart married Timothy D. Neal and his property surrounds the R.G. Stewart land in 528."

by
Arne H Trelvik
16 December 2006
 

Rebecca (Clark) Stewart (ca. 1787 - 1884)

Mrs. Rebecca STEWART, aged 97 years last March, died last night at her
home in Dayton and will be brought here on Monday at 10 o'clock, to be
buried in Woodland Cemetery beside her husband. Mrs. STEWART was a
grand-mother of Mrs. M.M.GAUNCE, of this city.

Source: Xenia Daily Gazette, Xenia Ohio, Saturday Evening, September 6, 1884

by
Patty Shaw
8 June 2007

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