Charley Moore James Stringer1,2,3

M, b. 1809
Charley Moore James Stringer|b. 1809|p12.htm#i952|Alexander Stringer Sr.|b. c 1784\nd. 15 Mar 1860|p11.htm#i896|Mary Spivey|d. b 1824|p11.htm#i897|Charles Stringer|b. c 1748\nd. c 1831|p12.htm#i953|Sarah (?)|||James Spivey|||Nancy Speight|||
  • Burial*: Charley Moore James Stringer was buried Jackson Parish, Louisana.
  • Birth*: He was born in 1809 at Georgia.1,4
  • (Witness) Census1820: He was probably one of the unnamed persons enumerated in the Federal Census in the household of Alexander Stringer Sr. in 1820 at Lawrence County, Mississippi; Alexander Stringer
    Males
    Under 10: 3
    10-16: 2
    16-18: 1
    16-26: 3
    26-45: 1
    45 and up: 1

    Females
    Under 10: 2
    10-16: 2
    16-26: 0
    26-45: 0
    45 and up: 1

    Slaves:
    Males
    Under 14: 4
    14-26: 2
    26-45: 1
    45 and up: 1

    Females
    Under 14: 4
    14-26: 1
    26-45: 3
    45 and up: 3.5
  • (Witness) Census1830: Charley Moore James Stringer was probably one of the unnamed persons enumerated in the Federal Census in the household of Alexander Stringer Sr. in 1830 at Lawrence County, Mississippi; p. 65/577
    Stringer, Alexander
    free white males
    1 ages 5-9
    4 ages 15-19
    1 ages 20-29
    1 ages 30-39
    1 ages 40-49
    free white females
    1 ages 5-9
    male slaves
    5 ages <5
    2 ages 10-23
    1 ages 24-35
    3 ages 36-54
    female slaves
    4 ages <5
    2 ages 10-23
    2 ages 24-35
    2 ages 36-54
    Total persons 35
    2 ages 10-15
    2 ages 15-19
    1 ages 50-59.6
  • Marriage*: Charley Moore James Stringer married Harriett (?) at Lawrence County, Mississippi.
  • Census1840*: Charley Moore James Stringer was listed as head of household on the Federal Census in 1840 at Lawrence County, Mississippi; Stringer, C.M.J.

    Males
    under 5: 1
    5-10: 1
    10-15: 0
    15-20: 1
    20-30: 0
    30-40: 1

    Females
    under 5: 0
    5-10: 1
    10-15: 0
    15-20: 1
    20-30: 1.7
  • Census*: He appeared on the census of 1860 at Jackson Parish, Louisiana; p. 36, dwelling 232
    (His name was erroneously listed as Calvin M. J. Stringer. However, on the slave schedules, his name is correctly listed as Charley M. J. Stringer.)
    Calvin M. J. Stringer, 52, born Georgia
    Hariett Stringer, 48 born Georgia
    Alexander Stringer, 28, born Mississippi
    Daniel L. Stringer, 23, born Mississippi
    James B. Stringer, 18, born Mississippi
    Reddin B. Stringer, 16, born Mississippi
    Robert H. Stringer, 10, born Mississippi
    Charly M. Stringer, 8, born Mississippi.8
  • CensusSlav: He appeared as an owner on the Slave Schedule of the Federal Census, at Jackson Parish, Louisiana, 1860. He owned four slaves, ages 4 to 80.9
  • Death*: He died at Jackson Parish, Louisiana.1

Family: Harriett (?) b. circa 1812

Citations:

  1. [S13] Dorothy Stringer Roberts, "Research Notes".
  2. [S17] Alexander Stringer, Indenture Contract, 26 Apr 1815. Materials held in research files of Brenda Hardesty, "Charley Moore James Stringer, Nancy Spivey Stringer, Littleton Spivey Stringer, and Alexander Stringer Junior (children of the said Alexander Stringer)".
  3. [S245] Laurens County Georgia Legal Records.
  4. [S156] Helon Cutler, "E-mail message from Helon Cutler," e-mail to Yolanda Neal, 6 May 1993, (gives date and place birth as 1808, Georgia).
  5. [S438] 1820 Federal Census, Mississippi, www.ancestry.com.
  6. [S474] 1830 Federal Census, Mississippi, www.ancestry.com.
  7. [S415] 1840 Federal Census, Mississippi, www.ancestry.com.
  8. [S204] 1860 Federal Census, Louisana, Texas State Archives, Genealogy Library.
  9. [S204] 1860 Federal Census, Louisana, Texas State Archives, Genealogy Library, p. 18, Slave Schedules.
  10. [S156] Helon Cutler, "E-mail message from Helon Cutler," e-mail to Yolanda Neal, 6 May 1993.

Charles Stringer1

M, b. circa 1748, d. circa 1831
Charles Stringer|b. c 1748\nd. c 1831|p12.htm#i953|John Stringer Jr.|b. bt 1701 - 1717\nd. c 1771|p12.htm#i986|Catherine (?)|d. 1784|p12.htm#i987|John Stringer Sr.|d. bt 1717 - 1733|p18.htm#i1397||||||||||
  • Marriage*: Charles Stringer married Sarah (?).
  • Birth*: Charles Stringer was born circa 1748 at Edgecombe County, North Carolina.1
  • Death*: He died circa 1831.1

Family: Sarah (?) (living)

Citations:

  1. [S13] Dorothy Stringer Roberts, "Research Notes".

Rachel Felder

F, d. before 1846
  • Marriage*: Rachel Felder married George Hartzog; Rachel had 9 children by George Hartzog. She was widowed, then remarried Alexander Stringer Sr. (b. abt 1780). They had one child.
    Alexander also had other children by his first wife, Mary Spivey.1
  • Widowed*: Rachel Felder was Widowed before 1780.1
  • Marriage*: She married Alexander Stringer Sr., son of Charles Stringer and Sarah (?); Rachel had 9 children by George Hartzog. She was widowed, then remarried Alexander Stringer Sr. (b. abt 1780). They had one child.
    Alexander also had other children by his first wife, Mary Spivey. According to the research summary of Dorothy Stringer Roberts.1
  • (Witness) Census1830: Rachel Felder was probably one of the unnamed persons enumerated in the Federal Census in the household of Alexander Stringer Sr. in 1830 at Lawrence County, Mississippi; p. 65/577
    Stringer, Alexander
    free white males
    1 ages 5-9
    4 ages 15-19
    1 ages 20-29
    1 ages 30-39
    1 ages 40-49
    free white females
    1 ages 5-9
    male slaves
    5 ages <5
    2 ages 10-23
    1 ages 24-35
    3 ages 36-54
    female slaves
    4 ages <5
    2 ages 10-23
    2 ages 24-35
    2 ages 36-54
    Total persons 35
    2 ages 10-15
    2 ages 15-19
    1 ages 50-59.2
  • (Witness) Census1840: Rachel Felder was probably one of the unnamed persons enumerated in the Federal Census in the household of Alexander Stringer Sr. in 1840 at Hancock County, Mississippi; p. 234
    Alexander Stringer
    Males
    <5: 0
    5-10: 0
    10-15: 0
    15-20: 1
    20-30: 1
    30-40: 0
    40-50: 0
    50-60: 1

    Females
    <5: 0
    5-10: 0
    10-15: 1
    15-20: 1
    20-30: 1
    30-40: 0
    40-50: 0
    50-60: 0
    No slaves.3
  • Death*: Rachel Felder died before 1846.4,5

Family 1: George Hartzog (living)

  • ? Hartzog (living)
  • ? Hartzog (living)
  • ? Hartzog (living)
  • ? Hartzog (living)
  • ? Hartzog (living)
  • ? Hartzog (living)
  • ? Hartzog (living)
  • ? Hartzog (living)
  • ? Hartzog (living)

Family 2: Alexander Stringer Sr. b. circa 1784, d. 15 March 1860

Citations:

  1. [S13] Dorothy Stringer Roberts, "Research Notes".
  2. [S474] 1830 Federal Census, Mississippi, www.ancestry.com.
  3. [S415] 1840 Federal Census, Mississippi, www.ancestry.com.
  4. [S13] Dorothy Stringer Roberts, "Research Notes", from information she obtained from Marriage and Deaths from the Southern Baptist Messenger, as reprinted in Georgia Geneological Magazine, Vol. 29, No. 1-2.
  5. [S393] "Southern Baptist Messenger".

Harriett (?)1

F, b. circa 1812
  • Birth*: Harriett (?) was born circa 1812 at Louisiana.2
  • Marriage*: She married Charley Moore James Stringer, son of Alexander Stringer Sr. and Mary Spivey, at Lawrence County, Mississippi.
  • (Witness) Census1840: Harriett (?) was probably one of the unnamed persons enumerated in the Federal Census in the household of Charley Moore James Stringer in 1840 at Lawrence County, Mississippi; Stringer, C.M.J.

    Males
    under 5: 1
    5-10: 1
    10-15: 0
    15-20: 1
    20-30: 0
    30-40: 1

    Females
    under 5: 0
    5-10: 1
    10-15: 0
    15-20: 1
    20-30: 1.3
  • (Witness) Census: Harriett (?) appeared on the census of 1860 in the household of Charley Moore James Stringer at Jackson Parish, Louisiana; p. 36, dwelling 232
    (His name was erroneously listed as Calvin M. J. Stringer. However, on the slave schedules, his name is correctly listed as Charley M. J. Stringer.)
    Calvin M. J. Stringer, 52, born Georgia
    Hariett Stringer, 48 born Georgia
    Alexander Stringer, 28, born Mississippi
    Daniel L. Stringer, 23, born Mississippi
    James B. Stringer, 18, born Mississippi
    Reddin B. Stringer, 16, born Mississippi
    Robert H. Stringer, 10, born Mississippi
    Charly M. Stringer, 8, born Mississippi.2

Citations:

  1. [S13] Dorothy Stringer Roberts, "Research Notes".
  2. [S204] 1860 Federal Census, Louisana, Texas State Archives, Genealogy Library.
  3. [S415] 1840 Federal Census, Mississippi, www.ancestry.com.

Nancy Spivey Stringer1,2,3

F, b. circa 1805
Nancy Spivey Stringer|b. c 1805|p12.htm#i959|Alexander Stringer Sr.|b. c 1784\nd. 15 Mar 1860|p11.htm#i896|Mary Spivey|d. b 1824|p11.htm#i897|Charles Stringer|b. c 1748\nd. c 1831|p12.htm#i953|Sarah (?)|||James Spivey|||Nancy Speight|||
  • Birth*: Nancy Spivey Stringer was born circa 1805 at Georgia.
  • (Witness) Census1820: She was probably one of the unnamed persons enumerated in the Federal Census in the household of Alexander Stringer Sr. in 1820 at Lawrence County, Mississippi; Alexander Stringer
    Males
    Under 10: 3
    10-16: 2
    16-18: 1
    16-26: 3
    26-45: 1
    45 and up: 1

    Females
    Under 10: 2
    10-16: 2
    16-26: 0
    26-45: 0
    45 and up: 1

    Slaves:
    Males
    Under 14: 4
    14-26: 2
    26-45: 1
    45 and up: 1

    Females
    Under 14: 4
    14-26: 1
    26-45: 3
    45 and up: 3.4

Citations:

  1. [S13] Dorothy Stringer Roberts, "Research Notes".
  2. [S17] Alexander Stringer, Indenture Contract, 26 Apr 1815. Materials held in research files of Brenda Hardesty, "Charley Moore James Stringer, Nancy Spivey Stringer, Littleton Spivey Stringer, and Alexander Stringer Junior (children of the said Alexander Stringer)".
  3. [S245] Laurens County Georgia Legal Records.
  4. [S438] 1820 Federal Census, Mississippi, www.ancestry.com.

Littleton Spivey Stringer1,2,3

M, b. 24 April 1813
Littleton Spivey Stringer|b. 24 Apr 1813|p12.htm#i960|Alexander Stringer Sr.|b. c 1784\nd. 15 Mar 1860|p11.htm#i896|Mary Spivey|d. b 1824|p11.htm#i897|Charles Stringer|b. c 1748\nd. c 1831|p12.htm#i953|Sarah (?)|||James Spivey|||Nancy Speight|||
  • Birth*: Littleton Spivey Stringer was born on 24 April 1813.4
  • (Witness) Census1820: He was probably one of the unnamed persons enumerated in the Federal Census in the household of Alexander Stringer Sr. in 1820 at Lawrence County, Mississippi; Alexander Stringer
    Males
    Under 10: 3
    10-16: 2
    16-18: 1
    16-26: 3
    26-45: 1
    45 and up: 1

    Females
    Under 10: 2
    10-16: 2
    16-26: 0
    26-45: 0
    45 and up: 1

    Slaves:
    Males
    Under 14: 4
    14-26: 2
    26-45: 1
    45 and up: 1

    Females
    Under 14: 4
    14-26: 1
    26-45: 3
    45 and up: 3.5
  • (Witness) Census1830: Littleton Spivey Stringer was probably one of the unnamed persons enumerated in the Federal Census in the household of Alexander Stringer Sr. in 1830 at Lawrence County, Mississippi; p. 65/577
    Stringer, Alexander
    free white males
    1 ages 5-9
    4 ages 15-19
    1 ages 20-29
    1 ages 30-39
    1 ages 40-49
    free white females
    1 ages 5-9
    male slaves
    5 ages <5
    2 ages 10-23
    1 ages 24-35
    3 ages 36-54
    female slaves
    4 ages <5
    2 ages 10-23
    2 ages 24-35
    2 ages 36-54
    Total persons 35
    2 ages 10-15
    2 ages 15-19
    1 ages 50-59.6
  • CensusSlav*: Littleton Spivey Stringer appeared as an owner on the Slave Schedule of the Federal Census, at Jackson Parish, Louisiana, 1860. The census shows he owned five slaves; however, he is not recorded as a resident of the county, so it is possible that his slaves were in the custody of other family members.7

Citations:

  1. [S13] Dorothy Stringer Roberts, "Research Notes".
  2. [S17] Alexander Stringer, Indenture Contract, 26 Apr 1815. Materials held in research files of Brenda Hardesty, "Charley Moore James Stringer, Nancy Spivey Stringer, Littleton Spivey Stringer, and Alexander Stringer Junior (children of the said Alexander Stringer)".
  3. [S245] Laurens County Georgia Legal Records.
  4. [S17] Alexander Stringer, Indenture Contract, 26 Apr 1815. Materials held in research files of Brenda Hardesty, ". . .or at the time when the above named Littleton Spivey Stringer arrives at the age of twenty-one years, which will be on the twenty fourth day of APril in the year of Christ Eighteen hundred thirty four. . .".
  5. [S438] 1820 Federal Census, Mississippi, www.ancestry.com.
  6. [S474] 1830 Federal Census, Mississippi, www.ancestry.com.
  7. [S204] 1860 Federal Census, Louisana, Texas State Archives, Genealogy Library, slave schedules, p. 22.

J.J. Jackson Stringer1

M, b. 19 April 1821, d. 17 February 1892
J.J. Jackson Stringer|b. 19 Apr 1821\nd. 17 Feb 1892|p12.htm#i961|Alexander Stringer Sr.|b. c 1784\nd. 15 Mar 1860|p11.htm#i896|Rachel Felder|d. b 1846|p12.htm#i955|Charles Stringer|b. c 1748\nd. c 1831|p12.htm#i953|Sarah (?)|||||||||
  • Burial*: J.J. Jackson Stringer was buried Cleburne, Johnson County, Texas.
  • Birth*: He was born on 19 April 1821 at Lawrence County, Mississippi.1
  • (Witness) Census1830: He was probably one of the unnamed persons enumerated in the Federal Census in the household of Alexander Stringer Sr. in 1830 at Lawrence County, Mississippi; p. 65/577
    Stringer, Alexander
    free white males
    1 ages 5-9
    4 ages 15-19
    1 ages 20-29
    1 ages 30-39
    1 ages 40-49
    free white females
    1 ages 5-9
    male slaves
    5 ages <5
    2 ages 10-23
    1 ages 24-35
    3 ages 36-54
    female slaves
    4 ages <5
    2 ages 10-23
    2 ages 24-35
    2 ages 36-54
    Total persons 35
    2 ages 10-15
    2 ages 15-19
    1 ages 50-59.2
  • (Witness) Census1840: J.J. Jackson Stringer was probably one of the unnamed persons enumerated in the Federal Census in the household of Alexander Stringer Sr. in 1840 at Hancock County, Mississippi; p. 234
    Alexander Stringer
    Males
    <5: 0
    5-10: 0
    10-15: 0
    15-20: 1
    20-30: 1
    30-40: 0
    40-50: 0
    50-60: 1

    Females
    <5: 0
    5-10: 0
    10-15: 1
    15-20: 1
    20-30: 1
    30-40: 0
    40-50: 0
    50-60: 0
    No slaves.3
  • Marriage*: J.J. Jackson Stringer married Mary Brian circa 1848 at East Feliciana, Louisiana.1
  • Moved*: In 1874, J.J. Jackson Stringer moved, establishing a new residence at Texas.1
  • Death*: He died on 17 February 1892 at Johnson County, Texas, at age 70.1

Family: Mary Brian (living)

  • Rachel R. Stringer (living)1
  • Joseph John Stringer (living)1
  • C. Clay Stringer (living)1
  • Preston P. Stringer (living)1
  • Lillie Leanor Stringer (living)1
  • Mary M. Stringer (living)1
  • Charles C. Stringer (living)1
  • Hattie H. Stringer (living)1
  • Erastus Everett Stringer (living)1

Citations:

  1. [S13] Dorothy Stringer Roberts, "Research Notes".
  2. [S474] 1830 Federal Census, Mississippi, www.ancestry.com.
  3. [S415] 1840 Federal Census, Mississippi, www.ancestry.com.

Simon Stringer1

M, b. 6 January 1778, d. 21 October 1866
Simon Stringer|b. 6 Jan 1778\nd. 21 Oct 1866|p12.htm#i973|Charles Stringer|b. c 1748\nd. c 1831|p12.htm#i953|Sarah (?)|||John Stringer Jr.|b. bt 1701 - 1717\nd. c 1771|p12.htm#i986|Catherine (?)|d. 1784|p12.htm#i987|||||||

Family: Catherine Brinson (living)

  • Nancy Stringer (living)1
  • Matthew Brinson Stringer (living)1
  • Catharine Stringer (living)1
  • John S. H. Stringer (living)1
  • Thomas M. Stringer (living)1
  • William J. Stringer (living)1
  • James Shepard Monroe Stringer (living)1
  • Simon A. Stringer (living)1
  • Sara Ann Jane Stringer (living)1

Citations:

  1. [S13] Dorothy Stringer Roberts, "Research Notes".

John Stringer Jr.1

M, b. between 1701 and 1717, d. circa 1771
John Stringer Jr.|b. bt 1701 - 1717\nd. c 1771|p12.htm#i986|John Stringer Sr.|d. bt 1717 - 1733|p18.htm#i1397||||Daniel Stringer|b. 1661|p34.htm#i2662||||||||||

Family: Catherine (?) d. 1784

Citations:

  1. [S13] Dorothy Stringer Roberts, "Research Notes".
  2. [S410] Tim, "Email Message from "Tim"," e-mail to Elizabeth Goble, May 5, 2002, gives birthdate as 1714.

Catherine (?)

F, d. 1784

Family: John Stringer Jr. b. between 1701 and 1717, d. circa 1771

Citations:

  1. [S13] Dorothy Stringer Roberts, "Research Notes".

John Stringer1

M, b. circa 1745
John Stringer|b. c 1745|p12.htm#i988|John Stringer Jr.|b. bt 1701 - 1717\nd. c 1771|p12.htm#i986|Catherine (?)|d. 1784|p12.htm#i987|John Stringer Sr.|d. bt 1717 - 1733|p18.htm#i1397||||||||||
  • Marriage*: John Stringer married Mary (?).
  • Birth*: John Stringer was born circa 1745 at North Carolina.1

Family: Mary (?) (living)

  • Lawrence Stringer (living)1
  • Zachariah Stringer (living)1
  • Isaac Stringer (living)1
  • William Stringer (living)1
  • Gray Stringer (living)1
  • ? Stringer (living)1
  • ? Stringer (living)1

Citations:

  1. [S13] Dorothy Stringer Roberts, "Research Notes".

Daniel Stringer1

M, b. circa 1750
Daniel Stringer|b. c 1750|p12.htm#i989|John Stringer Jr.|b. bt 1701 - 1717\nd. c 1771|p12.htm#i986|Catherine (?)|d. 1784|p12.htm#i987|John Stringer Sr.|d. bt 1717 - 1733|p18.htm#i1397||||||||||
  • Birth: Daniel Stringer was born at Edgecombe County, North Carolina.
  • Residence2*: He at Thomas County, Georgia.1
  • Residence*: He lived at Emanuel County, Georgia.1
  • Marriage*: He married Ann Nancy (?).
  • Birth*: Daniel Stringer was born circa 1750.1
  • Milit-Ser*: He served in the military, Daniel Stringer was a member of the Regulators during the Revolutionary War.

    circa 1776.1
  • Legal*: He was pardoned by Gov. Thomas Burks in 1782.1

Family: Ann Nancy (?) (living)

  • Marriage*: He married Ann Nancy (?).
  • Jr. Daniel Stringer (living)
  • Agnes Stringer (living)

Citations:

  1. [S13] Dorothy Stringer Roberts, "Research Notes".

Josiah Stringer1

M, b. 1758, d. February 1837
Josiah Stringer|b. 1758\nd. Feb 1837|p12.htm#i990|John Stringer Jr.|b. bt 1701 - 1717\nd. c 1771|p12.htm#i986|Catherine (?)|d. 1784|p12.htm#i987|John Stringer Sr.|d. bt 1717 - 1733|p18.htm#i1397||||||||||
  • Milit-Ser*: Josiah Stringer served in the military, was a Revolutionary War soldier.1
  • Moved*: This branch of the Stringers moved to Texas.1
  • Marriage*: He married Lucretia (?).
  • Birth*: Josiah Stringer was born in 1758 at Edgecombe County, North Carolina.1
  • Marriage*: He married Celia Davis circa 1783.1
  • Death*: Josiah Stringer died in February 1837 at Lawrence County, Mississippi.1

Family 1: Lucretia (?) (living)

  • Josiah Franklin Stringer (living)

Family 2: Celia Davis (living)

  • Noah Stringer (living)
  • Levi Stringer (living)
  • William Stringer (living)
  • Alba Stringer (living)
  • Nancy Stringer (living)
  • Deborah Stringer (living)
  • Sarah Stringer (living)

Citations:

  1. [S13] Dorothy Stringer Roberts, "Research Notes".

Noah Stringer1

M, b. circa 1760, d. 22 August 1836
Noah Stringer|b. c 1760\nd. 22 Aug 1836|p12.htm#i991|John Stringer Jr.|b. bt 1701 - 1717\nd. c 1771|p12.htm#i986|Catherine (?)|d. 1784|p12.htm#i987|John Stringer Sr.|d. bt 1717 - 1733|p18.htm#i1397||||||||||

Family: Georgia Celia Ann Warren (living)

  • Daniel Able Stringer (living)1
  • Abea? Stringer (living)1
  • Ribea? Stringer (living)1
  • Daniel E. Stringer (living)1
  • Elizabeth Stringer (living)1
  • John Stringer (living)1
  • Nancy Stringer (living)1
  • Noah Stringer Jr. (living)1
  • Evelina Hogan Stringer (living)1
  • Eliza Stringer (living)1

Citations:

  1. [S13] Dorothy Stringer Roberts, "Research Notes".

Nancy Stringer1

F, b. circa 1762, d. after 1830
Nancy Stringer|b. c 1762\nd. a 1830|p12.htm#i993|John Stringer Jr.|b. bt 1701 - 1717\nd. c 1771|p12.htm#i986|Catherine (?)|d. 1784|p12.htm#i987|John Stringer Sr.|d. bt 1717 - 1733|p18.htm#i1397||||||||||
  • Marriage*: Nancy Stringer married Allen Scarborough.1
  • Birth*: Nancy Stringer was born circa 1762 at North Carolina.1
  • Death*: She died after 1830 at Louisiana death was in either Jackson or Quachita Par., LA.1

Family: Allen Scarborough (living)

  • Irwin Scarborough (living)1
  • Arcadia Scarborough (living)1
  • James Scarborough (living)1
  • Josiah Joseph Scarborough (living)1
  • Darius Scarborough (living)1
  • Thomas Scarborough (living)1
  • Lawrence Scarborough (living)1
  • Daniel Scarborough (living)1
  • Noah Scarborough (living)1
  • Allen Scarborough Jr. (living)1

Citations:

  1. [S13] Dorothy Stringer Roberts, "Research Notes".

Tricia Sue Green

F, b. 8 April 1973, d. 10 April 1973
Tricia Sue Green|b. 8 Apr 1973\nd. 10 Apr 1973|p12.htm#i1058|Larry Eugene Green|||Dorothy Jo Pike|||James Green|||Beatrice Absher|||Robert E Pike|b. 1 Aug 1915\nd. 30 Dec 1991|p11.htm#i903|Dolora B. Jenkins|b. 6 Apr 1917\nd. 1 May 2006|p5.htm#i348|
  • Father: Larry Eugene Green (living)
  • Mother: Dorothy Jo Pike1 (living)

Citations:

  1. [S137] Beth Pike Archer, "Genealogy Letter-Pedigree".
  2. [S137] Beth Pike Archer, "Genealogy Letter-Pedigree".
  3. [S522] Death Certificate.

Sally Naomi Holleman

F, b. 18 November 1925, d. 26 May 2004
Sally Naomi Holleman|b. 18 Nov 1925\nd. 26 May 2004|p12.htm#i1059|Jody Holleman|||Sadie Lancaster|||||||||||||||
  • Father: Jody Holleman1 (living)
  • Mother: Sadie Lancaster1 (living)

Family: Truett Otto Tramel b. 21 November 1919, d. 9 February 1987

  • Luster Ray Tramel (living)1
  • Billie Ann Tramel (living)1
  • Jessie Tramel (living)1
  • "Little Joe" Tramel (living)1
  • Tommy Joe Tramel (living)1
  • Danny T. Tramel b. 28 Aug 1945, d. 16 May 1949

Citations:

  1. [S450] Kerens.com, online www.kerens.com.
  2. [S64] Bazette & Prairie Point Cemetery Association, Prairie Point & Bazette Baptist Cemetery Book.

Archabald McIntyre Jr.1

M, b. 11 November 1779, d. after 1860
Archabald McIntyre Jr.|b. 11 Nov 1779\nd. a 1860|p12.htm#i1079|Archibald McIntyre Sr.|b. c 1753\nd. a 1820|p24.htm#i1972||||||||||||||||
  • Birth*: Archabald McIntyre Jr. was born on 11 November 1779 at South Carolina or North Carolina.2,3,4
  • Marriage*: He married Sarah Fisher.
  • NotePRT*: Another Archibald McIntyre married Anne Graham in North Carolina on 2 November 1819. This is not likely to be the same man, since was already living in Smith County, Tennessee at this time.5
  • Census1820*: Archabald McIntyre Jr. was listed as head of household on the Federal Census in 1820 at Smith County, Tennessee; p. 74
    McIntire, Archibald
    Males under 10: 3
    Males 26-44: 1
    Males 45 and over: 1
    Females under 10: 1
    Females 10-15: 1
    Females 26-44:1
    Manufacturers : 1.6,7
  • Census1830*: He was listed as head of household on the Federal Census in 1830 at Smith County, Tennessee; p. 101, number 1875
    Archibald McIntire
    Males age 10-15: 2
    Males age 15-20: 1? (illegible)
    Males age 50-60: 1
    Females age 5-10: 1
    Females age 30-40: 2.8
  • Census1840*: He was listed as head of household on the Federal Census in 1840 at DeKalb County, Tennessee; p. 259
    Archie McIntire
    males, ages 20-30: 1
    males, ages 60-70: 1
    females, ages 50-60: 1.9
  • Census*: He appeared on the census of 1850 at Civil District No. 10, DeKalb County, Tennessee; p. 58b
    Archabald Mcintire (last name is not clear), 70
    Sarah Mcintire, 67
    Malinda Casey, 14.10
  • (Witness) Census: He appeared on the census of 1860 in the household of Shadrack Tramel at 10th District, Smithville Post Office, DeKalb County, Tennessee; p. 156
    Tramel, Shadrick, 53
    Tramel, Elizabeth, 51
    Tramel, Annis M., 17
    Tramel, Mary E., 14
    Tramel, Emoline M., 10
    Tramel, William B., 6
    McIntire, Archibald, 81.11,12
  • Occupation*: Archabald McIntyre Jr. was stonemason.2
  • Death*: He died after 1860.2
  • Burial*: He was buried Tramel Cemetery, DeKalb County, Tennessee.1

Family: Sarah Fisher b. circa 1783

Citations:

  1. [S243] Tom Simpson, "Email message," e-mail to Brenda Hardesty, 19 November 1999.
  2. [S62] 1860 Federal Census, Tennessee, Texas State Archives, Genealogy Library.
  3. [S65] 1860 Census-Tennessee.
  4. [S243] Tom Simpson, "Email message," e-mail to Brenda Hardesty, 19 November 1999, Gives birthdate 11 Nov 1779, Tryon Co., NC.
  5. [S462] NC Marriage Bonds, online.
  6. [S346] 1820 Federal Census, Tennessee, www.ancestry.com.
  7. [S508] 1820 Tennessee Census Index.
  8. [S345] 1830 Federal Census, Tennessee, www.ancestry.com.
  9. [S352] Tennessee 1840 Census Index.
  10. [S88] 1850 Federal Census, Tennessee, Texas State Archives, Genealogy Library.
  11. [S62] 1860 Federal Census, Tennessee, Texas State Archives, Genealogy Library, Dwelling # 1109, Family # 1097
    Shadrick Tramel, 53
    Elizabeth Tramel, 52
    Annis M. Tramel, 17
    Mary E. Tramel, 14
    Emoline M. Tramel, 10
    William B. Tramel, 6.
  12. [S65] 1860 Census-Tennessee, DK-157-159.
  13. [S50] Vinnie Nelson, "Vinnie Nelson's Research Notes".
  14. [S385] Cathy McClellan Cheney, "Cheney Email Message," e-mail to Brenda Tramel Hardesty, May 2003.
  15. [S50] Vinnie Nelson, "Vinnie Nelson's Research Notes".

Sarah Fisher

F, b. circa 1783
  • NotePRT*: Email from Tom gives her birth parents as James White and Rachel Johnston. This conflicts with other sources, which show her maiden name was Fisher.1
  • Birth*: Sarah Fisher was born circa 1783.2
  • Marriage*: She married Archabald McIntyre Jr., son of Archibald McIntyre Sr..
  • (Witness) Census1820: Sarah Fisher was probably one of the unnamed persons enumerated in the Federal Census in the household of Archabald McIntyre Jr. in 1820 at Smith County, Tennessee; p. 74
    McIntire, Archibald
    Males under 10: 3
    Males 26-44: 1
    Males 45 and over: 1
    Females under 10: 1
    Females 10-15: 1
    Females 26-44:1
    Manufacturers : 1.3,4
  • (Witness) Census1830: Sarah Fisher was probably one of the unnamed persons enumerated in the Federal Census in the household of Archabald McIntyre Jr. in 1830 at Smith County, Tennessee; p. 101, number 1875
    Archibald McIntire
    Males age 10-15: 2
    Males age 15-20: 1? (illegible)
    Males age 50-60: 1
    Females age 5-10: 1
    Females age 30-40: 2.5
  • (Witness) Census1840: Sarah Fisher was probably one of the unnamed persons enumerated in the Federal Census in the household of Archie McIntire in 1840 at DeKalb County, Tennessee; p. 259
    Archie McIntire
    males, ages 20-30: 1
    males, ages 60-70: 1
    females, ages 50-60: 1.6
  • (Witness) Census: Sarah Mcintire appeared on the census of 1850 in the household of Archabald Mcintire at Civil District No. 10, DeKalb County, Tennessee; p. 58b
    Archabald Mcintire (last name is not clear), 70
    Sarah Mcintire, 67
    Malinda Casey, 14.2

Family: Archabald McIntyre Jr. b. 11 November 1779, d. after 1860

Citations:

  1. [S243] Tom Simpson, "Email message," e-mail to Brenda Hardesty, 19 November 1999.
  2. [S88] 1850 Federal Census, Tennessee, Texas State Archives, Genealogy Library.
  3. [S346] 1820 Federal Census, Tennessee, www.ancestry.com.
  4. [S508] 1820 Tennessee Census Index.
  5. [S345] 1830 Federal Census, Tennessee, www.ancestry.com.
  6. [S352] Tennessee 1840 Census Index.
  7. [S50] Vinnie Nelson, "Vinnie Nelson's Research Notes".

Barnabas Page

M, b. circa 1801, d. 3 February 1866
Barnabas Page|b. c 1801\nd. 3 Feb 1866|p12.htm#i1082|Jacob Page Sr.|b. c 1723|p15.htm#i1263|Lourania (?)|b. c 1765\nd. c 1830|p15.htm#i1264|Thomas Page III|b. 7 Oct 1703|p24.htm#i1973||||||||||
  • Birth-Est*: Barnabas Page was born around circa 1801 South Carolina or North Carolina.2,3
  • Moved*: Before 1819, Barnabas Page moved, establishing a new residence at Indian Creek, Smith County, Tennessee.4
  • Marriage*: He married Mary Ann Allen, daughter of Hezekiah Allen and Martha Lawson, circa 1819 at Smith County, Tennessee.1,5
  • Census1830*: Barnabas Page was listed as head of household on the Federal Census in 1830 at Smith County, Tennessee; p. 108, number 2031
    Barney Page
    Males 0-5: 2
    Males 5-10: 2
    Males 20-30: 1
    Females 0-5: 1
    Females 5-10: 1
    Females 20-30: 1
    Females 60-70: 1
    Total in household: 9.6
  • Census1840*: He was listed as head of household on the Federal Census in 1840 at DeKalb County, Tennessee; p. 259
    Barnabas Page
    males, age 5-10: 2
    males, ages 10-15: 1
    males, ages 15-20: 2
    males, ages 40-50: 1
    females, ages 5-10: 3
    females, ages 10-15: 3
    females, ages 40-50: 1.7

  • Census*: He appeared on the census of 1850 at Civil District No. 10, DeKalb County, Tennessee; p. 58b
    Barnabas Page, 50
    Mary Page, 53
    Louisa Page, 17
    Mary Page, 15
    George Parkerson, 13.3
  • Legal*: In October 1854, at DeKalb County, Tennessee,, Barnabas Page served as a witness in the court case of John B. Taylor vs. Stephen Atnip.8
  • Census*: He appeared on the census of 1860 at 10th District, Smithville Post Office, DeKalb County, Tennessee; p. 157
    Barnabas Page, 59
    Mary Page, 63.2
  • CensusSlav*: He appeared as an owner on the Slave Schedule of the Federal Census, at DeKalb County, Tennessee, 1860. He owned two slaves, an 18-year-old black female and a 10-year-old black male. He had one "slave house."2
  • Will*: He wrote his will on 2 February 1865. Transcribed Copy of Barnabas Page's Will, as published in web site of Ann Brown:

    DeKalb Co, Tennessee
    LAST WILL AND TEST TESTAMENT OF BARNABAS PAGE

    In the name of God, I, Barnabas Page, do make and publish this as my last will and Testament, hereby revoking and making void all other wills by me at anytime made.

    First I direct that my funeral expenses and all my debts be paid as soon after my death as possible out of any money that I may be possessed of or may come into the hands of my executor.

    Secondly, I ___ bequeath to my wife, Mary Page, all my hone tracts and parcels of land in two tracts of another fifty acre tract lying between me and F. W. Taylor beginning at a sugar tree ____ beginning corner of said fifty acre running north direction with the too of the ridge to a beech and sugar tree corner of a hundred and fifty acre tract, thence north with said hundred and fifty acres to a sugar
    tree corner _____the beginning including her natural life time or widowhood and at my death Seburn Page is to have from the _____ fence up then Mary Page is to have from the _____ fence down till her death and at her death It is to belong to Seburn Page.

    I wish to bequeath to my daughters Mahaly and Martha and Laurany and Mary a certain tract of land lying or _____ of a tract of land belonging to E. W. Taylor lying on the other side of the ridge from my house. Also I wish to be sold a parcel of land of about ten or fifteen acres lying above Daniel Hale's where he now lives. I bequeath unto Mary Page, her lifetime, my two slaves, Tennessee and Nelson, and all other property until her widowhood or death, I want all the property to be sold and equally divided between my four daughters.

    I will unto James Page two hundred acres of land more or less where he now lives. Also I will unto Andy Page two hundred and twenty acres, more or less, where he now lives. I also will unto Hugh Page one hundred and thirty acres lying where Andy Allen now lives and at my death I wish to have appointed Guardian for the benefit of my wife Mary Page. I now in the presence of these witnesses I set my name to this will this the second of February 1865.

    Barnabas X Page (signed with X)
    ------.1
  • Death*: He died on 3 February 1866 at DeKalb County, Tennessee.4

Family: Mary Ann Allen b. circa 1797, d. 27 December 1865

Citations:

  1. [S44] Web Site by Ann Brown, online www.familytreemaker.com/users/b/r/o/Ann-Brown.
  2. [S62] 1860 Federal Census, Tennessee, Texas State Archives, Genealogy Library.
  3. [S88] 1850 Federal Census, Tennessee, Texas State Archives, Genealogy Library, gives birthplace as North Carolina.
  4. [S243] Tom Simpson, "Email message," e-mail to Brenda Hardesty, 19 November 1999.
  5. [S50] Vinnie Nelson, "Vinnie Nelson's Research Notes".
  6. [S345] 1830 Federal Census, Tennessee, www.ancestry.com.
  7. [S284] 1840 Federal Census, Tennessee, p. 259.
  8. [S373] DeKalb County, Tennessee Court Records, online www.tngenweb.org/dekalb.

Mary Ann Allen

F, b. circa 1797, d. 27 December 1865
Mary Ann Allen|b. c 1797\nd. 27 Dec 1865|p12.htm#i1083|Hezekiah Allen|b. b 1775\nd. 6 Mar 1838|p15.htm#i1268|Martha Lawson|b. c 1778|p15.htm#i1267|||||||Jonas Lawson|d. c Feb 1816|p16.htm#i1288|Milly (?)|||

Family: Barnabas Page b. circa 1801, d. 3 February 1866

Citations:

  1. [S44] Web Site by Ann Brown, online www.familytreemaker.com/users/b/r/o/Ann-Brown.
  2. [S243] Tom Simpson, "Email message," e-mail to Brenda Hardesty, 19 November 1999.
  3. [S62] 1860 Federal Census, Tennessee, Texas State Archives, Genealogy Library.
  4. [S243] Tom Simpson, "Email message," e-mail to Brenda Hardesty, 19 November 1999, gives both possible birthplaces.
  5. [S50] Vinnie Nelson, "Vinnie Nelson's Research Notes".
  6. [S345] 1830 Federal Census, Tennessee, www.ancestry.com.
  7. [S284] 1840 Federal Census, Tennessee, p. 259.
  8. [S88] 1850 Federal Census, Tennessee, Texas State Archives, Genealogy Library, gives birthplace as North Carolina.
  9. [S62] 1860 Federal Census, Tennessee, Texas State Archives, Genealogy Library.

Samuel Johnson Wilson

M, b. December 1860, d. 27 June 1944
Samuel Johnson Wilson|b. Dec 1860\nd. 27 Jun 1944|p12.htm#i1084|Samuel Wilson|b. 3 Aug 1819\nd. 27 Feb 1905|p1.htm#i56|Mary Ann Mount|b. 16 Jan 1825\nd. 4 Dec 1903|p1.htm#i59|John Wilson|||Mary Caldwell|||Pleasant Mount|||Mary (?)|||
  • NotePRT*: Children Anna S., Willia M., Samuel, B.,and Frankie.2
  • Birth*: Samuel Johnson Wilson was born in December 1860 at Marshall County, Tennessee.3,4
  • Marriage*: He married Mary Edna Terry on 22 December 1887.3
  • Census*: Samuel Johnson Wilson appeared on the census of 1910; POSSIBLE MATCH. 1910 Federal Census, Navarro Co., Texas, Pct. 3, ED 89, p. 15B. This S.J. Wilson is possibly the same as Samuel Johnson Wilson, since the age is correct, and his wife's name matches other sources. And Samuel Johnson Wilson died in Navarro Co., Texas.5
  • Death*: He died on 27 June 1944 at Bazette, Navarro County, Texas, at age 83.3,6
  • Burial*: He was buried Bazette, Navarro County, Texas.3

Family: Mary Edna Terry b. 1870, d. 1936

Citations:

  1. [S210] 1880 United States Census and National Index.
  2. [S13] Dorothy Stringer Roberts, "Research Notes".
  3. [S64] Bazette & Prairie Point Cemetery Association, Prairie Point & Bazette Baptist Cemetery Book, p. 28.
  4. [S315] Noblin and Allied Families, online worldconnect.rootsweb.com, gives birthdate as 1 Dec 1861.
  5. [S206] 1910 Federal Census, Texas, www.ancestry.com.
  6. [S315] Noblin and Allied Families, online worldconnect.rootsweb.com.

E. D. Stringer Jr.

M, b. 28 November 1917, d. 12 December 1951
E. D. Stringer Jr.|b. 28 Nov 1917\nd. 12 Dec 1951|p12.htm#i1089|Elbert David Stringer|b. 12 Jul 1878\nd. 28 May 1942|p9.htm#i702|Clara Price|||Littleton S. Stringer|b. 22 Jul 1853\nd. 10 Feb 1899|p9.htm#i662|Nancy T. Wilson|b. 24 Apr 1856\nd. 24 Aug 1936|p9.htm#i701|||||||
  • Nickname: E. D. Stringer Jr. also went by the name of Nubin Nubin means a small, stunted ear of corn.3
  • Birth*: He was born on 28 November 1917.4
  • (Witness) Census: He appeared on the census of 1930 in the household of Elbert David Stringer at Navarro County, Texas; p. 74
    Stringer, Elbert D., 51
    Stringer, Clara, wife, 40
    Stringer, E. D., son, 12
    Stringer, Sybil, daughter, 8
    Stringer, Tommie, son, 6
    Stringer, Margie, daughter, 4.2
  • Death*: E. D. Stringer Jr. died on 12 December 1951 at age 34.4
  • Burial*: He was buried Prairie Point Cemetery, Bazette, Navarro County, Texas.4

Citations:

  1. [S13] Dorothy Stringer Roberts, "Research Notes".
  2. [S370] 1930 Federal Census, Texas, www.ancestry.com.
  3. [S5] Interview, Carey L. Tramel, c. 1992-1993.
  4. [S64] Bazette & Prairie Point Cemetery Association, Prairie Point & Bazette Baptist Cemetery Book, p. 18.

Della May Bonner1

F, b. 23 July 1915, d. 28 June 2004
Della May Bonner|b. 23 Jul 1915\nd. 28 Jun 2004|p12.htm#i1096|James W. Bonner|d. c 1953|p12.htm#i1098|Nancy Vivian|d. c 1967|p12.htm#i1104|||||||||||||

Family 1: Wilburn Arley Gaines d. circa 1995

  • Larry Lamar Gaines (living)2

Family 2: Carl Griffey b. 13 January 1920, d. 31 December 1989

Citations:

  1. [S19] Interview, Larry Lamar Gaines, 30 July 1998.
  2. [S440] Obituaries, online www.chamichael-whatley.com.

Wilburn Arley Gaines1

M, d. circa 1995

Family 1: (?) Helen (living)

  • Louise Gaines (living)
  • Teresa Gaines (living)
  • Michael Arley Gaines (living)

Family 2: Della May Bonner b. 23 July 1915, d. 28 June 2004

  • Larry Lamar Gaines (living)

Citations:

  1. [S19] Interview, Larry Lamar Gaines, 30 July 1998.

James W. Bonner1

M, d. circa 1953
  • Marriage*: James W. Bonner married Nancy Vivian.
  • Death*: James W. Bonner died circa 1953.1

Family: Nancy Vivian d. circa 1967

  • James Bonner (living)2
  • Eula Bonner (living)2
  • Della May Bonner+ b. 23 Jul 1915, d. 28 Jun 2004

Citations:

  1. [S19] Interview, Larry Lamar Gaines, 30 July 1998.
  2. [S440] Obituaries, online www.chamichael-whatley.com.

Carl Griffey

M, b. 13 January 1920, d. 31 December 1989

Family: Della May Bonner b. 23 July 1915, d. 28 June 2004

Citations:

  1. [S440] Obituaries, online www.chamichael-whatley.com.

Nancy Vivian1

F, d. circa 1967
  • Marriage*: Nancy Vivian married James W. Bonner.
  • Death*: Nancy Vivian died circa 1967.1

Family: James W. Bonner d. circa 1953

  • James Bonner (living)2
  • Eula Bonner (living)2
  • Della May Bonner+ b. 23 Jul 1915, d. 28 Jun 2004

Citations:

  1. [S41] Interview, Saundra (Tramel) Gaines, September 1992 & July 1998 & December 2002.
  2. [S440] Obituaries, online www.chamichael-whatley.com.

Alexander Stringer1

M, b. circa 1832
Alexander Stringer|b. c 1832|p12.htm#i1108|Charley Moore James Stringer|b. 1809|p12.htm#i952|Harriett (?)|b. c 1812|p12.htm#i957|Alexander Stringer Sr.|b. c 1784\nd. 15 Mar 1860|p11.htm#i896|Mary Spivey|d. b 1824|p11.htm#i897|||||||
  • Birth*: Alexander Stringer was born circa 1832 at Lawrence County, Mississippi.1,3
  • (Witness) Census1840: He was probably one of the unnamed persons enumerated in the Federal Census in the household of Charley Moore James Stringer in 1840 at Lawrence County, Mississippi; Stringer, C.M.J.

    Males
    under 5: 1
    5-10: 1
    10-15: 0
    15-20: 1
    20-30: 0
    30-40: 1

    Females
    under 5: 0
    5-10: 1
    10-15: 0
    15-20: 1
    20-30: 1.4
  • (Witness) Census: Alexander Stringer appeared on the census of 1860 in the household of Charley Moore James Stringer at Jackson Parish, Louisiana; p. 36, dwelling 232
    (His name was erroneously listed as Calvin M. J. Stringer. However, on the slave schedules, his name is correctly listed as Charley M. J. Stringer.)
    Calvin M. J. Stringer, 52, born Georgia
    Hariett Stringer, 48 born Georgia
    Alexander Stringer, 28, born Mississippi
    Daniel L. Stringer, 23, born Mississippi
    James B. Stringer, 18, born Mississippi
    Reddin B. Stringer, 16, born Mississippi
    Robert H. Stringer, 10, born Mississippi
    Charly M. Stringer, 8, born Mississippi.2
  • Milit-Need*: Stringer, Alexander, 3rd Pvt. Co. F, 2nd La Inf. En. Sept. 23, 1861, Monroe, La. He was captured, at Morton Ford, Va, Nov. 8, 1863 or Mine Run, Va, on Dec 3, 1863.5

Citations:

  1. [S13] Dorothy Stringer Roberts, "Research Notes".
  2. [S204] 1860 Federal Census, Louisana, Texas State Archives, Genealogy Library.
  3. [S204] 1860 Federal Census, Louisana, Texas State Archives, Genealogy Library.
  4. [S415] 1840 Federal Census, Mississippi, www.ancestry.com.
  5. [S231] Andrew B. Booth, Louisiana Confederate Soldiers, p. 725.

Daniel L. Stringer1

M, b. circa 1837
Daniel L. Stringer|b. c 1837|p12.htm#i1109|Charley Moore James Stringer|b. 1809|p12.htm#i952|Harriett (?)|b. c 1812|p12.htm#i957|Alexander Stringer Sr.|b. c 1784\nd. 15 Mar 1860|p11.htm#i896|Mary Spivey|d. b 1824|p11.htm#i897|||||||
  • Birth*: Daniel L. Stringer was born circa 1837 at Lawrence County, Mississippi.1,2
  • (Witness) Census1840: He was probably one of the unnamed persons enumerated in the Federal Census in the household of Charley Moore James Stringer in 1840 at Lawrence County, Mississippi; Stringer, C.M.J.

    Males
    under 5: 1
    5-10: 1
    10-15: 0
    15-20: 1
    20-30: 0
    30-40: 1

    Females
    under 5: 0
    5-10: 1
    10-15: 0
    15-20: 1
    20-30: 1.3
  • (Witness) Census: Daniel L. Stringer appeared on the census of 1860 in the household of Charley Moore James Stringer at Jackson Parish, Louisiana; p. 36, dwelling 232
    (His name was erroneously listed as Calvin M. J. Stringer. However, on the slave schedules, his name is correctly listed as Charley M. J. Stringer.)
    Calvin M. J. Stringer, 52, born Georgia
    Hariett Stringer, 48 born Georgia
    Alexander Stringer, 28, born Mississippi
    Daniel L. Stringer, 23, born Mississippi
    James B. Stringer, 18, born Mississippi
    Reddin B. Stringer, 16, born Mississippi
    Robert H. Stringer, 10, born Mississippi
    Charly M. Stringer, 8, born Mississippi.2

Citations:

  1. [S13] Dorothy Stringer Roberts, "Research Notes".
  2. [S204] 1860 Federal Census, Louisana, Texas State Archives, Genealogy Library.
  3. [S415] 1840 Federal Census, Mississippi, www.ancestry.com.