Alexandria, Virginia, USA - George Washington Masonic National Memorial, Alexandria, Virginia
Alexandria, Virginia, USA

George Washington Masonic National Memorial, Alexandria, Virginia
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Alexandria, Virginia, USA - Christ Church, Alexandria, Va. where Washington Worshipped
Alexandria, Virginia, USA

Christ Church, Alexandria, Va. where Washington Worshipped
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Alexandria, Virginia, USA - Carlyle House, Alexandria, Va.
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Alexandria, Virginia, USA
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Where is Alexandria, Virginia, USA? 

Alexandria (formerly Belhaven and Hunting Creek Warehouse) is an independent city in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Located along the Western bank of the Potomac River, Alexandria is approximately six miles (9.6 kilometers) south of downtown Washington, D.C.

A portion of adjacent Fairfax County, Virginia is named Alexandria, but is under the jurisdiction of Fairfax County and separate from the city; the city is sometimes referred to as the City of Alexandria or Alexandria City to avoid confusion. In 1920, Virginia's General Assembly voted to incorporate what had been Alexandria County as Arlington County, Virginia to minimize confusion.Wikipedia


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1749 - Alexandria, Virginia founded

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1792 - Bank of Alexandria Established
In 1792, Bank of Alexandria was established with capital of $500,000.

The Edinburgh Encyclopaedia, Volume 3
Author Sir David Brewster
Publisher J. & E. Parker, 1832
Page 229

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News  1854 - Destructive Fire at Alexandria.
WASHINGTON, Monday, June 5. The provision stores of Mr. Hone and Messrs. Masters & Son, on Union-street, Alexandria, were destroyed by fire this morning. Hone had 3,000 barrels of flour and a large quantity of lard, hams, &c., in store, only a small portion of which was saved.

During the fire...Read MORE...



1861 - May 24 - Alexandria, VA occupied by Federal troops

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News  1885 - Freight Train Wreck
Alexandria, VA - Feb 12 - By the breaking of a rail on the Washington, Ohio and West railroad, between Guilford and Farmwell stations, this morning, four freight cars were thrown from the track and the caboose upset. CLARENCE WASHINGTON, conductor, was killed.
Edgar Clarence Washington
born 23...Read MORE...



News  1909 - FIRE IN ALEXANDRIA. Three Blocks in Blaze With a Loss of $500,000.
By United Press.
Washington, D. C. May 13 - A big fire is raging in Alexandria, Va., just across the river from Washington. It started in the lumber yards of Smoot & Co., and spread to H. K. Fields' lumber yard. At noon the fire is still burning over three blocks and at that time loss was...Read MORE...



1916
Alexandria, a city and port of entry of Virginia (formerly in Alexandria co., now independent), on the right bank of the Potomac River, 6 miles below Washington. The river, here 1 mile wide, forms a commodious harbor sufficiently deep for the largest ships. The city is pleas antly situated on...Read MORE...


News  1922 - MOTHER AND 4 CHILDREN ARE DROWNED MRS. WILLIAM LAWRENCE, DAUGHTER ANT TWO SONS PERISH WHEN SCHOONER SINKS.
HUSBAND AND SON SAVED
Captain and Son Rescued From Rigging of Boat; Taken to Hospital.

WASHINGTON. April 14. - One woman, her daughter and three sons were drowned today when the schooner S. C. Kendle capsized in a storm and sank in the Potomac river a mile below Alexandria, Va., this...Read MORE...



1927 - November 17 - A tornado cut a seventeen mile path across Alexandria and southeastern Washington, DC, injuring 31 persons.

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Ancestors Who Were Born Here


Hackley
flag  Nellie G Hackley (21 September 1875, Alexandria, Virginia, USA - , )
 


Ancestors Who Died Here


Aldrick
flag  O. L. Aldrick (1844, , United States (USA) (American Colonies) - 24 December 1862, Alexandria, Virginia, USA)

Bacon
flag  W. R. Bacon (1840, , United States (USA) (American Colonies) - 20 December 1862, Alexandria, Virginia, USA)

Barnes
flag  Chas. D. Barnes (1844, , United States (USA) (American Colonies) - 12 April 1862, Alexandria, Virginia, USA)

Brown
flag  Thomas J. Brown (1840, Westfield, Massachusetts, USA (Wyben) - 3 November 1862, Alexandria, Virginia, USA)

Dunham
flag  Marcus M Dunham (1841, , New York, USA - 19 June 1864, Alexandria, Virginia, USA)

Ellsworth
  E. K. Ellsworth (1839, - 26 May 1861, Alexandria, Virginia, USA)

Gibbins
flag  Joseph Kent Gibbins (1841, Granville, Massachusetts, USA - 1 January 1863, Alexandria, Virginia, USA)

Giddings
flag  A. E. Giddings (1844, , United States (USA) (American Colonies) - 29 November 1862, Alexandria, Virginia, USA)
 


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