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B. S. ALEXANDER, farmer, post-office Indian Run, was born January 26, 1850, in Findley Township, and is a son of ex-Commissioner M.W. Alexander, whose sketch appears elsewhere. He was educated in the common schools, and has always been a farmer. He was married February 11, 1872, to Anna M. Eats, daughter of George and Nancy (Miller) Eats, and is one of four children: Mary, married J. J. Covert; Anna M., George A., engaged in the livery business at Grove City, and Lydia, married I.V. Covert, of Grove City. Mr. Alexander has by his marriage five children: Harry E., Robert M;, Celia J., William M. and John H. He settled on his farm of sixty-three acres, known as the Daniel Nelson farm, in 1881. He was a delegate to the State convention which nominated Judge Williams and William B. Hart. He and wife are members of the Second United Presbyterian Church of Mercer, and he is one of the progressive farmers and enthusiastic Republicans of the county.