Alexander Bankhead (1837-1902)

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Alternate Names Alex Bankhead
Birth 1837
Marriage Marinda Redd, ca. 1852
Death 10 January 1902
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Alexander Bankhead, commonly called Alex, was a former slave from Alabama who moved to the Utah Territory.[1][2] He married Marinda Redd Bankhead circa 1852 and died in 1902.

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  1. Tanner Thiriot, Amy. "Keepapitchinin, the Mormon History blog » Remembering Slave Burial Sites: A Memorial Day Post." Keepapitchinin, the Mormon History blog. http://www.keepapitchinin.org/2013/05/24/remembering-slave-burial-sites-a-memorial-day-post/ (accessed May 26, 2013).
  2. Tanner Thiriot, Amy. "Keepapitchinin, the Mormon History blog » Guest Post: Marinda Redd Bankhead: A Slave in Zion." Keepapitchinin, the Mormon History blog. http://www.keepapitchinin.org/2012/03/26/guest-post-marinda-redd-bankhead-a-slave-in-zion/ (accessed May 26, 2013).