Alexander StewartAge: 71 years1839–1911
- Alexander Stewart
- Name prefix
|Birth|| August 2, 1839|
Source: 1860 US Federal Census
Source: 1870 US Federal Census
|Census|| 1860 (Age 20 years)|
Source: 1860 US Federal Census
|Marriage||Mary Alice Woods — View this family|
about 1868 (Age 28 years)
|Census|| 1870 (Age 30 years)|
Source: 1870 US Federal Census
| Birth of a daughter|
about 1871 (Age 31 years)
| Birth of a son|
November 1873 (Age 34 years)
| Birth of a son|
February 25, 1877 (Age 37 years)
|Census|| 1885 (Age 45 years)|
Source: 1885 Dakota Territorial Census
|Census|| 1900 (Age 60 years)|
Source: 1900 US Federal Census
|Death of a son||Harry Stewart|
July 29, 1903 (Age 63 years)
|Burial of a son||Harry Stewart|
after July 29, 1903 (Age 63 years)
Note: Evergreen Cemetery Section F (Find A Grave Memorial# 68782014)
|Census|| 1910 (Age 70 years)|
Source: 1910 US Federal Census
|Death|| January 22, 1911 (Age 71 years)|
Source: South Dakota Death Index
|Burial|| January 22, 1911 (on the date of death)|
Note: Evergreen Cemetery Section F (Find A Grave Memorial# 68781586)
|Family with Mary Alice Woods|
Birth: August 2, 1839 — Ohio
Death: January 22, 1911 — Hot Springs, Fall River, South Dakota
Mary Alice Woods
Birth: August 1851 44 41 — Indiana
Death: November 14, 1937 — Hot Springs, Fall River, South Dakota
Marriage: about 1868 —
Birth: about 1871 31 19 — Nebraska
Birth: November 1873 34 22 — Nebraska
Death: December 15, 1960
Birth: February 25, 1877 37 25 — Nebraska
Death: July 29, 1903
Evergreen Cemetery Section F (Find A Grave Memorial# 68781586)
From Andreas History of the State of Nebraska-Pawnee County: In 1856-57, Dr. A. F. Cromwell represented the Territory in the Legislature; 1857-58, P. M. Rogers; 1859-60, A. C. Dean; 1859-60, Dr. J. N. McCasland; 1860-61, Capt. W. B. Raper filled out an unexpired term of W. F. Wright. In the Upper House, Col. John Sharp served the county first in 1866-67. In 1862, Hon. D. Butler was returned, and in 1864, Dr. J. N. McCasland. Col. A. J. Cropsey, A. S. Stewart and Rufus Abbott also, were Representatives of the county in the Upper House. Since these dates the political record of the citizens of Pawnee County is of comparatively recent record.
In the 1860 US Federal Census for Pawnee County, Nebraska Territory, 52-year-old Kentucky-born farmer Joseph S Woods owns $700 worth of real estate and $350 worth of personal property. He and his 50-year-old Kentucky-born wife Mary [Snodgrass] Woods have in their household their Indiana-born children, 18-year-old farmer John, 16-year-old William, 14-year-old Lewis, 10-year-old Joshua, and the 8-year-old twins, Mary A and Stephen C. Also in their household is their 5-year-old granddaughter Anabel [sic] McCasland, daughter of John F C McCasland/McCaslin who is living with his brother Jeremiah Newton and sister-in-law Elizabeth [Woods] McCasland three residences away. The Woods also have a border, 21-year-old Ohio-born physician Alexander Stewart. Dr Stewart owns $100 worth of personal property, but no land.
From Andreas History of the State of Nebraska-Pawnee County: A number of citizens from Pawnee County enlisted in the fall of 1862, to serve against the rebel element and wandering bands of desperate white men and Indians who were stirring up the whole country. The Little Blue region was the scene of a terrible massacre, and the people in the western part of this county were badly scared. It was discovered. however, that there was no real danger to Pawnee County, and they returned to their firesides. Among those who served in this campaign were Dr. A. S. Stewart and Col. W. B. Raper, Lieuts. G. D. Shannon, T. H. Shannon, M. A. Shannon, William Shannon, J. D. Gallagher, L. M. Rogers, L. F. Rogers, John Edgerton, J. T. Wymore, Peter Shellhorn, E. J. Shellhorn, A. Johnson, Fred Parli, Andrew Scott, William Fairbairn, Civilian Waters, G. G. Gere, Polk Wesley and George Nesbit, James O'Laughlin, Samuel Bobst, James Earley, Jacob Adams, Abraham Adkins, Uriah Sullivan, Isaiah Sullivan, G. L. Pangburn, Fred Wymore, William Woods, J. F. C. McCaslin and David Butler (North Fork). Interior Lodge, No. 9, I. O. O. F., was instituted August 1, 1864, by Grand Master Jonas Hacker, of Brownville, Rev. A. G. White, being its first N. G. Its charter members were Robert Taylor, A. G. White, Alex. H. Stewart, H. H. Marsh, Benj. Rogers and A. P. Cogswell.
In 1869, Dr. A. S. Stewart taught the first school in Pawnee City.
In the 1870 US Federal Census for Township 2, Pawnee, Nebraska, 64-year-old Kentucky-born hotel keeper J. S. [Joseph S] Woods has $10,000 worth of real estate and $800 worth of personal property. He and his 61-year-old Kentucky-born wife Mary [Snodgrass] Woods have in their household their 21-year-old Indiana-born hotel clerk son J.D. Woods, and their 14-year-old Indiana-born school girl granddaughter, A. B [Annabel] McCasland, who is John McCaslin's daughter. The Woods have twenty-one people living in their hotel. Among them is 31-year-old Ohio-born Dr. A. S. [Alexander] Stewart and his 19-year-old Indiana-born wife M A [Mary A Woods} Stewart, Joseph and Mary's youngest daughter. Dr Stewart owns $4,500 worth of real estate and $10,000 worth of personal property.
From Andreas History of the State of Nebraska-Pawnee County: Pawnee City-In April, 1871, a petition was presented to the Court of Commissioners for a regular, real, bona fide town organization. It was not granted until the next month -- May 6 -- the corporate limits being made to comprise 480 acres of land in Sections 26 and 27. The first Board of Trustees consisted of G. T. Belding, G. M. Humphrey, William Orr, A. S. Stewart and E. J. Shellhorn; F. S. Hassler, Clerk.
In the 1885 Dakota Territorial Census for Fall River County, 43-year-old Indiana-born farmer Alex S [sic] Stewart and his 33-year-old Indiana-born housekeeper wife Mary A [Woods] Stewart have in their household their Nebraska-born children, 15-year-old Blanche (doing housework), 11-year-old farmhand Charles, and 8-year-old Harry. All the children have attended school seven months of the past year. Also in this household is 48-year-old Norway-born farmhand John Malsten [?]. Alexander's and Mary Alice's parents were born in Kentucky; the children's parents were born in Indiana; John's parents were born in Norway.
In the 1900 US Federal Census for Hot Springs, Fall River, South Dakota, 60-year-old Indiana-born [sic] Alexander S Stewart and his 48-year old Indiana-born wife Mary A [Woods] Stewart have been married 32 years. Mary has borne four children but only three are living. Two of these Nebraska-born children, 26-year-old Charles and 23-year old Harry are living with them in a house that Alexander owns, free of mortgage. Alexander is a realtor, Charles is a deputy postmaster, and Harry is a city assessor. Everyone is literate and speaks English. Alexander's and Mary Alice's parents were born in Kentucky; the children's parents were born in Indiana.
In the 1910 US Federal Census for Hot Springs, Fall River, South Dakota, 70-year-old Indiana-born [sic] Alexander S Stewart and his 58-year old Indiana-born wife Mary A [Woods] Stewart have been married 42 years. Mary has borne four children but only two are living. None of these children are living with them. Alexander and Mary are living in a home that Alexander owns, free of mortgage. Alexander is still a realtor working out of his "own" office. Both are literate and speak English. Alexander's and Mary Alice's parents were born in Kentucky.
Directory of Deceased American Physicians, 1804-1929 Name: Alexander S. Stewart Birth Date: 1840 Death Date: 22 Jan 1911 Death Place: Hot Springs, South Dakota Type Practice: Eclectic Licenses: North Dakota Medical School: Eclectic Medical College: Eclectic Medical Institute, Cincinnati, 1865, (G) JAMA Citation: 56:758 Cause of Death: nephritis