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Alexander Fleming

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Birthplace: Charles Parish, York, Virginia, USA
Death: Died in Richmond, Virginia, USA
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Son of Capt. John Fleming, of Charles Parish, VA and Mercy "Mary" Fleming
Husband of Sarah Fleming
Father of Elizabeth Smith; Robert Fleming; Agnes Fleming; Isabel Fleming; Samuel Fleming and 12 others
Brother of Colonel Charles Fleming; William Fleming; Nancy Bibb and Lydia Fleming

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About Alexander Fleming

Charles and Susanna Tarleton Fleming already had five daughters, Elizabeth, Ursula, Grace, Judith, and Susannah, before they had their first son; John Fleming. Ee was born in November 1697. Charles Fleming lived to see all of his daughters married, but died before his son's marriage.

John was a merchant who also inherited large land holdings. His father as a extremely successful planter. He and John Woodson were engaged in business and land transactions, and Tarleton Woodson was also engaged in land transactions with his father-in-law (Charles Fleming deeded land to Tarleton Woodson on Oct 7,1717). John inherited land in what was to become Goochland, then Cumberland, then Powhatan County, and lived at "Mount Pleasant" on the James River.

John married Mary Bolling, the daughter of John Fairfax Bolling and Mary Kennon on Jan 20, 1727 in Henrico County, Virginia. They had six sons: John, Thomas, Charles, William, Richard, and a son who died before his father. Their daughters were Mary, md William Bernard, Caroline md James Dean, then James Fyrie.

John Fleming was one of the leading men of the formation of Goochland County, and one of its first Justices (1728-1730). On the death of his brother- in- law Col. Thomas Randolph, of "Tuckahoe" he succeeded him in the office of county Lieutenant and presiding Justice of Goochland. He was a Burgess from Goochland County in 1732 and 1737.

Mary Bolling Fleming died on August 10,1744 and John never married again. His will is recorded in Cumberland County, Dec 27, 1756. He left his tract of land in Cumberland County, called "Marden's Adventure" to his son John. To his son, Thomas, he left a tract of land called "Little Creek" in Goochland and to his son, William, the "Mount Pleasant Plantation". Richard inherited the plantation called "Daniel".


Alexander's parents may be John Fleming and (Mary?),but it has not been proven.

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Alexander Fleming's Timeline

1669
1669
York, Virginia, USA
1690
March 23, 1690
Age 21
Richmond County, Virginia
1692
March 25, 1692
Age 23
Richmond, Virginia, Usa
1696
April 17, 1696
Age 27
Richmond, Virginia, USA
1698
April 3, 1698
Age 29
Richmond, Virginia, Usa
1706
December 2, 1706
Age 37
Farnham, Richmond, Virginia, USA
1708
1708
Age 39
Richmond, Virginia, USA
1709
February 18, 1709
Age 40
Farnham Parish, Henrico County, Virginia
1710
1710
Age 41
Richmond, Virginia, USA