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Hubert L. "Herb" Alexander Jr.1,2,3

Male
b. circa 1949


Father Hubert L. Alexander Sr.1 b. circa 1926
Mother Josephine G. "Jo" Green1 b. circa 1931
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Family 1 Beryl Lynn Lear
Marriage* 18 July 1970  First Baptist Church, Zanesville, Muskingum Co., OH, Principal=Beryl Lynn Lear2 
Divorce before 16 March 1982  A land transfer dated 16 Mar 1982 states that Hubert L. Alexander and Beryl L. Alexander are both single persons. Hubert signed over the property they owned most likely as a result of their divorce., Principal=Beryl Lynn Lear2,6 
Children  1. Marion Elizabeth Alexander
  2. Damea Scott Alexander

Family 2 Ellen Eileen Unknown
Marriage* before November 1986  A deed dated 20 Nov 1986 indicates Hubert L. Alexander and Ellen Eileen Alexander are husband and wife., Principal=Ellen Eileen Unknown3,6 

Birth* circa 1949  Coshocton Co., OH1,3 
News/Obit 9 January 1970  Marriage Applications

Hubert Alexander Jr., 20, of West Lafayette, Student, and Beryl Lynn Lear, 20, of Route 8, Boggs road.

Published in the Zanesville Times Recorder, Thursday,July 9, 1970, Principal=Beryl Lynn Lear2 
Marriage* 18 July 1970  First Baptist Church, Zanesville, Muskingum Co., OH, Principal=Beryl Lynn Lear2 
News/Obit 19 July 1970  Miss Lear Is Bride Saturday

Palms, candelabras and blue shasta daisies decorated the altar of Zanesville's First Baptist Church on Saturday, July 18, for marriage of Miss Beryl Lynn Lear and Hubert Alexander.

The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Burl Lear, Zanesvilie Route 8, and the late Mr. Lear, while the groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. James Gephart, West Lafayette.

Rev. Robert E. Ernst performed the 2:30 p.m. ceremony. Music was provided by Mrs. Gene Mathis, Zanesville, accompanying vocalist Mrs. Gloria Craig, also of Zanesville.

The bride was given in marriage by Darrell Lear, her oldest brother. Her gown was of white sparkle crepe with sheer chiffon bishop sleeves and tiny daisy trim. A large bow accented the back of the gown. Her chapel-length mantilla veil was of nylon chiffon edged in a scalloped lace and held by a crown. The bride carried a fireside basket of daisies and blue delphinium blossoms with blue and white ribbons.

Maid of honor was Miss Niki McBride, Flat Rock, Mich., who wore a princess style gown of sky blue lace styled with puffed sleeves of sheer chiffon and a pleated cumberbund with two-tier bow at the back. Her headpiece was a blue lace crown with matching tulle.

Bridesmaid was Miss Melindai Covert, Zanesville, with Miss Roxanne Lear, sister of the bride, as junior bridesmaid. They wore gowns and head-pieces of pale blue lace styled identical to the honor attendant's. Flower girl was Chris Gephart, sister of the groom. Each carried a fireside basket of daisies and blue delphinium blossoms.

The bride's gown and veil, as well as all the attendants' gowns and headpieces were made by a family friend.

Serving the groom as best man was Dick Lear, uncle of the bride. Ushers were James Richard Lear, brother of the bride; David Powell; Perry Alexander, brother of the groom; Jack Art, Newcomers-town, cousin of the groom; John William Lear, Sumter, SC., brother of the bride: and Donald Brock, Zanesville, uncle of the bride. Ring bearer was John Kevin Lear, cousin of the bride.

For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Lear wore a dress of blue bonded knit with a corsage of pink-tipped daisies. The grooms mother chose a burnt orange knit dress with a corsage of blue-tipped daisies.

A reception was held in the church fellowship room and Miss Beverly Alexander, sister of the groom, registered approximately 200 guests. A light blue and yellow color scheme decorated the bride's table and wedding cake.

Hostesses were the bride's friends and cousins Miss Marion Mazek, Liz Scharch, Sue Riley, Debbie Brock and Mrs. James Fountain, all of Zanesville.

The bride, a graduate of ZanesviJle High School, is now employed at Good Samaritan Medical Center. Her husband, a Ridgewood High School graduate, attends Muskingum Area Technical School of Electrical Engineering.

A dress of light blue crepe with white accessories was worn by the bride when the couple left for a short wedding trip. The newlyweds will reside on Zanesville Route 8.

Published in the Zanesville Times Recorder, Sunday, July 19, 1970, Principal=Beryl Lynn Lear4
News/Obit* 4 January 1971  Births
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Alexander of Route 8, a daughter, at Good Samaritan, Jan 3.

Published in the Zanesville Times Recorder, Monday, January 04, 1971, Principal=Beryl Lynn Lear5 
Divorce before 16 March 1982  A land transfer dated 16 Mar 1982 states that Hubert L. Alexander and Beryl L. Alexander are both single persons. Hubert signed over the property they owned most likely as a result of their divorce., Principal=Beryl Lynn Lear6 
Marriage* before November 1986  A deed dated 20 Nov 1986 indicates Hubert L. Alexander and Ellen Eileen Alexander are husband and wife., Principal=Ellen Eileen Unknown3,6 

Citations
  1. [S265] Coshocton Tribune.
  2. [S1125] Newspaper Archive, online http://www.newspaperarchive.com, http://newspaperarchive.com/zanesville-times-recorder/1970-07-09/page-9.
  3. [S458] People Finders.Com, online http://www.peoplefinders.com.
  4. [S1125] Newspaper Archive, online http://www.newspaperarchive.com, http://newspaperarchive.com/coshocton-tribune/1970-07-19/page-7.
  5. [S1125] Newspaper Archive, online http://www.newspaperarchive.com, http://newspaperarchive.com/zanesville-times-recorder/1971-01-04/page-15.
  6. [S1176] Muskingum County, OH Recorder, online http://cotthosting.com/ohmuskingum/LandRecords.


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