History of the Restoration Movement

Cladius Quinton Alexander


C.Q. Alexander was born in Fayette, Alabama the 11th of July, 1920. He was the son of William Otto Alexander (1888-1950) and Lula R. Thornton Alexander (1892-????). He worked for the Daily Mountain Eagle newspaper as a printer. A member of the Church of Christ, he also preached the gospel in Northcentral Alabama during the 20th century. His influence was felt by many people, who were able to stand before the throne of God on the day of judgment as forgiven because of his ministry. At this time, we have little information about his life and work. Anyone with more information is requested to contribute to the building up of this webpage in his honor.

Directions To The Grave Of C.Q. Alexander

From Birmingham, Alabama head northwest on Hwy 78 toward Memphis. About 40 miles from Birmingham you will arrive in Jasper, Alabama. In Jasper you will need to take the Hwy 5 exit. Proceed up the ramp and turn right on Hwy 5 (Ninth Ave.) About 3/10ths of a mile Hwy 5 will bear to the left toward Haleyville. Continue to the left on Hwy. 5 for about a mile and the Walker Memory Garden Cemetery will be on your right. Go into the cemetery, and in the center front, you will see some statues of the apostles. Just back from the statues and to the left under a large tree is the grave of C.Q. Alexander. GPS Location of grave: 33.860432,-87.295422

Block To Left In Distance is Alexander Plot, Block on Right Paul M. Wylie

Arrow To Alexander Monument. Highlighted Block To Left Is Paul M. Wylie

Cladius Q. Alexander
July 11, 1920
April 22, 1984

pictures taken 03.18.2016
webpage produced 04.15.2016
Updated 09.07.2020

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