- They had two sons, William Cecil Alexander ( 1914 16 ) and Edward Alistair ( 1915 69 ).
- They began looking again at a proposal by retired architect Cecil Alexander, the father of an Atlanta city councilman.
- Consider Cecil Alexander, a reknowned Atlanta architect, who says he has " retired five times ."
- Cecil Alexander, a Distinguished Flying Cross Marine pilot in World War II, headed the architectural team that built Atlanta Stadium.
- The flag was designed by Cecil Alexander, an 82-year-old Atlanta architect whose grandfather fought for the Confederacy.
- It's difficult to find cecil alexander in a sentence. 用cecil alexander造句挺难的
- FLAG-DESIGNER _ Atlanta architect and racial peacemaker Cecil Alexander, father of Atlanta City Council member Doug Alexander, designed the compromise flag.
- Cecil Alexander, a prominent 81-year-old architect, jokes that his grandfather, Julius Alexander, left Atlanta for Savannah to fight.
- "The business community pretty much turned its back on the banquet, " says architect Cecil Alexander, an Allen supporter who tried to promote the testimonial.
- Bill Hendrick talks to prominent Jewish Atlantans, like Cecil Alexander, and other Jewish Georgians whose ancestors were rebs . ( Hendricks, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
- Bill Hendrick talks to prominent Jewish Atlantans, like Cecil Alexander, and other Jewish Georgians whose ancestors were rebs . ( Hendrick, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
- Many of the historic artifacts currently in the house are originals, donated by Hazel Elizabeth Rutherford and Helen Reid Rutherford ( Cecil Alexander Rutherford's wife ).
- The Rutherford family of four, including Alexander Cameron Rutherford, Mattie Birkett Rutherford, Cecil Alexander Rutherford and Hazel Elizabeth Rutherford moved in by the end of March 1911.
- Cecil Alexander, Sr . was the owner of a successful hardware company, J . M . Alexander & Company, which he sold to King Hardware in 1947.
- It was decided that young Henry would relinquish his name to his younger cousin and would, instead, be named after his own father, Cecil Alexander, Sr.
- "It's a symbol of something that men and women have died for, " said architect Cecil Alexander, 83, whose ancestry includes Confederate soldiers.