William M. Alexander
WILLIAM ALEXANDER DIES IN CINCINNATI
William M. Alexander, a brother of W. I. Alexander, who a few weeks ago was taken in charge by the Daughters of the Confederacy when he was found in a desperate condition in a room over the Manhattan café, died yesterday in a Cincinnati hospital, where he had been sent by the Daughters. The body will reach Chattanooga this morning and will be at Chapman’s pending arrival of his daughter from New York, when funeral arrangements will be made. Mr. Alexander was a Confederate veteran and had been a resident of Chattanooga for many years.
The Chattanooga Times, July 7, 1920.