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Subject: Re: McGillivray Plantation
Author: SColtrain61
Date: Wednesday, January 9, 2008
Classification: Query
Surnames: McGillivray, Moniac, Colbert, Tate


Evelyn

It would seem that Alexander's 'southern' plantation was located at the mouth of the Little River in Baldwin County, Alabama. This is where he had his "cowpens". This is also where his second wife lived.

After Alexander's death at William Panton's house,he was probably buried next door on Lot 18 in Pensacola. A few early sources say that Alexander's sister, Sophia, had him removed and reburied at Choctaw Bluff in Clarke County on the Alabama River opposite the mouth of the Little River where he had his plantation or "cowpens".