Ida Bentley1

F, ID# 5641, (a 1903 - )
     Ida Bentley was born a 1903. She married John C. Winslett, son of Cater Powell Winslett and Frances Anna Merritt, a 1923.

Citations

  1. [S122] "Winslett Family Newsletter."

Gary L. East1

M, ID# 5642, (a 1954 - )
Father:Larry Robert East (7 Sep 1925 - 17 May 1993)
Mother:Doris Lorene Davenport (23 Sep 1932 - )
     Gary L. East was born a 1954. He was the son of Larry Robert East and Doris Lorene Davenport. Gary L. East was buried at Huntsville, Alabama.

Citations

  1. [S122] "Winslett Family Newsletter."

Lisa East1

F, ID# 5643, (a 1952 - )
Father:Larry Robert East (7 Sep 1925 - 17 May 1993)
Mother:Doris Lorene Davenport (23 Sep 1932 - )
     Lisa East was born a 1952. She was the daughter of Larry Robert East and Doris Lorene Davenport.

Citations

  1. [S122] "Winslett Family Newsletter."

HowellHorrice F. Winslett1,2

M, ID# 5644, (Oct 1876 - )
Father:Thomas 'Tom' J. Winslett (Nov 1849 - Oct 1939)
Mother:Elizabeth 'Lizzie Baugh (Nov 1855 - 6 May 1935)
     HowellHorrice F. Winslett was born in Oct 1876 at Georgia. He was the son of Thomas 'Tom' J. Winslett and Elizabeth 'Lizzie Baugh.

Citations

  1. [S182] 1880 Georgia Census. Winslett household.
  2. [S224] 1900 Georgia Census, Winslett household.

Cary Carlton Winslett1,2,3,4

M, ID# 5645, (Jan 1879 - )
Father:Thomas 'Tom' J. Winslett (Nov 1849 - Oct 1939)
Mother:Elizabeth 'Lizzie Baugh (Nov 1855 - 6 May 1935)
     Cary Carlton Winslett was born in Jan 1879 at Georgia. He was the son of Thomas 'Tom' J. Winslett and Elizabeth 'Lizzie Baugh. Cary Carlton Winslett married Mary E. Wisenbaker a 1907.1

Child of Cary Carlton Winslett and Mary E. Wisenbaker

Citations

  1. [S367] "Yearwood Family Tree."
  2. [S182] 1880 Georgia Census. Winslett household.
  3. [S224] 1900 Georgia Census, Winslett household.
  4. [S1] "Virginia Winslett Research."

John M. Winslett1,2,3

M, ID# 5646, (c 1860 - )
Father:William W. Winslett I (c 1827 - )
Mother:Louisa Jane Pool (1835 - )
     John M. Winslett was born c 1860 at Georgia. He was the son of William W. Winslett I and Louisa Jane Pool. John M. Winslett married Nancy (Unknown) a 1885.

Citations

  1. [S182] 1880 Georgia Census. Winslett household.
  2. [S184] 1870 Putnam Co, GA Census. Winslett household.
  3. [S223] 1920 Georgia Census, Winslett household.

Charles P. Winslett1

M, ID# 5647, (c 1862 - )
Father:William W. Winslett I (c 1827 - )
Mother:Louisa Jane Pool (1835 - )
     Charles P. Winslett was born c 1862 at Georgia. He was the son of William W. Winslett I and Louisa Jane Pool.
      Charles P. Winslett may be the Charley Winslett that married Lela Bankston on 2 Dec 1890 in Lee Co, Al.

Citations

  1. [S182] 1880 Georgia Census. Winslett household.

William M. Winslett1,2

M, ID# 5648, (c 1864 - )
Father:William W. Winslett I (c 1827 - )
Mother:Louisa Jane Pool (1835 - )
     William M. Winslett was born c 1864 at Georgia. He was the son of William W. Winslett I and Louisa Jane Pool.

Citations

  1. [S182] 1880 Georgia Census. Winslett household.
  2. [S184] 1870 Putnam Co, GA Census. Winslett household.

Wesley Leverett Winslett1,2,3

M, ID# 5649, (Jan 1866 - )
Father:William W. Winslett I (c 1827 - )
Mother:Louisa Jane Pool (1835 - )
     Wesley Leverett Winslett was born in Jan 1866 at Georgia. He was the son of William W. Winslett I and Louisa Jane Pool. Wesley Leverett Winslett married Henrietta (Unknown) a 1893.

Children of Wesley Leverett Winslett and Henrietta (Unknown)

Citations

  1. [S182] 1880 Georgia Census. Winslett household.
  2. [S224] 1900 Georgia Census, Winslett household.
  3. [S334] 31 Dec 2000 Dorothy Winslette email.

Jesse Martin Winslett1,2,3,4

M, ID# 5650, (3 Jul 1867 - 15 Apr 1950)
Father:William W. Winslett I (c 1827 - )
Mother:Louisa Jane Pool (1835 - )
     Jesse Martin Winslett was born on 3 Jul 1867 at Putnam Co, Georgia. He was the son of William W. Winslett I and Louisa Jane Pool. Jesse Martin Winslett married Bessie Nevada Harper, daughter of John Bledsoe Harper and Maria Henson, on 27 Oct 1893. Jesse Martin Winslett died on 15 Apr 1950 at Loganville, Georgia, at age 82.

Children of Jesse Martin Winslett and Bessie Nevada Harper

Citations

  1. [S182] 1880 Georgia Census. Winslett household.
  2. [S122] "Winslett Family Newsletter."
  3. [S222] 1910 Georgia Census. Winslett household.
  4. [S223] 1920 Georgia Census, Winslett household.

Louisa J. Winslett1,2

F, ID# 5651, (c 1870 - )
Father:William W. Winslett I (c 1827 - )
Mother:Louisa Jane Pool (1835 - )
     Louisa J. Winslett was born c 1870 at Georgia. She was the daughter of William W. Winslett I and Louisa Jane Pool.

Citations

  1. [S182] 1880 Georgia Census. Winslett household.
  2. [S184] 1870 Putnam Co, GA Census. Winslett household.

Mary Winslett1

F, ID# 5652, (c 1874 - )
Father:William W. Winslett I (c 1827 - )
Mother:Louisa Jane Pool (1835 - )
     Mary Winslett was born c 1874 at Georgia. She was the daughter of William W. Winslett I and Louisa Jane Pool.

Citations

  1. [S182] 1880 Georgia Census. Winslett household.

Asbury Winslett1

M, ID# 5653, (c 1875 - )
Father:William W. Winslett I (c 1827 - )
Mother:Louisa Jane Pool (1835 - )
     Asbury Winslett was born c 1875 at Georgia. He was the son of William W. Winslett I and Louisa Jane Pool.

Citations

  1. [S182] 1880 Georgia Census. Winslett household.

Lizzie Winslett1

F, ID# 5654, (c 1877 - )
Father:William W. Winslett I (c 1827 - )
Mother:Louisa Jane Pool (1835 - )
     Lizzie Winslett was born c 1877 at Georgia. She was the daughter of William W. Winslett I and Louisa Jane Pool.

Citations

  1. [S182] 1880 Georgia Census. Winslett household.

Mark Thomas Nussmeier

M, ID# 5655
     Mark Thomas Nussmeier married Phyllis 'Deedee' Southall Kramer, daughter of Carl A. Kramer and Phyllis Langfitt Freseman, on 25 Sep 1993 at Hope Valley, California.

(Unknown) Bodeker1

M, ID# 5656, (a 1850 - )
     (Unknown) Bodeker was born a 1850.

Children of (Unknown) Bodeker

Citations

  1. [S12] "Ella Virginia Auguste Perry (1870-1971) Research: Collection of hand-written Lanphier, Martin, Perry, Russell and Other Family Documents."

(Unknown) Bonnewell1

M, ID# 5657, (a 1718 - )
     (Unknown) Bonnewell was born a 1718.

Children of (Unknown) Bonnewell

Citations

  1. [S12] "Ella Virginia Auguste Perry (1870-1971) Research: Collection of hand-written Lanphier, Martin, Perry, Russell and Other Family Documents."

PVT Nicholas Counts II1

M, ID# 5658, (12 Jan 1752 - 17 Aug 1838)
Father:Nicholas Counts I (1730 - a 17 Jun 1797)
Mother:Elizabeth "Lisbet" Sharp (1732 - 1788)
Charts:Juanita Bessie Counts * lineage
     PVT Nicholas Counts II was born on 12 Jan 1752 at Frederick, Frederick Co, Virginia. He was the son of Nicholas Counts I and Elizabeth "Lisbet" Sharp. PVT Nicholas Counts II married Eve Lydge in 1773 at Orange Co, North Carolina. PVT Nicholas Counts II died on 17 Aug 1838 at Jefferson Co, Tennessee, at age 86.
      Nicholas Counts also used the names Countz and Counce. Some researchers believe he was named Henry Nicholas. At a young age he reportedly moved with his family to Rowan Co, NC and later moved to Orange Co, NC where his first children were born. In 1788 he moved to Hawkins Co (later named Grainger Co), TN and became the progenitor of the Grainger County Counts families.

On 12 July 1794 Nicholas received a 200 acre land grant on Richland Creek in Hawkins Co, NC for his Revolutionary War service. The land included the old Jno King plantation. Nicholas was on the 1805, 1820, and 1836 Grainger Co, TN tax lists.

By 1830 Nicholas and his wife Eve were living alone in Grainger Co, TN where they owned the following slaves: three males and two females under age 10; one male and three females age 10 to 23; and one female 24 to 35. Living adjacent to Nicholas were the following Counts families: David with 5 people living at home; Aaron with 8 people; and Henry with 5 people and two families.

On 4 Mar 1831 Nicholas started receiving a pension based on his service in the North Carolina Line. On 4 Jan 1833 Nicholas applied in Grainger Co court for an additional pension stating he was born 12 Jan 1752 in Virginia; was drafted in Orange Co, NC; marched through North Carolina; and saw action against the British. After that term of service Nicholas was redrafted and served again, falling ill this time and afterwards pulling prisoner guard duty. After he was discharged Nicholas volunteered and served a third time. During his tenure with the military he served under generals Smallwood, Butler, Caswell, Williamson, Rutherford, Gates and Locke. (Revolutionary War pension #S2443)

In 1836 Tennessee counties were divided into civil districts, which replaced militia companies for administration. Grainger County was divided into fifteen Districts, and the tenth district was delineated as follows: "to begin on the top of the big Ridge against where Nicholas Counts senr now lives, thence a direct line to the top of Clinch mountain so as to include the said Counts, thence down the top of Clinch mountain to the Road at Atkins’s gap, thence down the fall water branch to Richland Creek, thence a direct line to the top of the Richland Nobs, thence up the top of the Said nobs to the beginning the Election to be held at Col A Fulkerson’s.

Nicholas' will was dated 17 Aug 1838 in Jefferson Co, TN.

Information about Nicholas and Eve's children is based on:
--compilation by Ray Smith from east TN hear the Counts TN settlement,
http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/COUNTS/2015-01/1420924453, unsourced, 10 Jan 2015 (Ray Smith has ~1,000 pages of Counts (Cuntz/Kuntz) information created by C. C. Counts of Mississippi and completed by a variety of Counts descendants. Ray lives near where Nicholas Counts lived; Nicholas' farm is under water due to the Tennessee Valley Authority. Most of the graves were moved before flooding the area.)
--Pamela Cooney, Gloucester and Beyond ancestry.com website http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/38999718/person/20201745806, unsourced.
--Henry Nicholas Counts, Counts message board, http://boards.rootsweb.com/surnames.counts/346.1/mb.ashx; http://boards.rootsweb.com/surnames.counts/346.2.2/mb.ashx
--Jackson, Ron V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp., TN Census, 1810-91 (Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 1999), Database online. (Record for Nicholas Counts)
--1830 United States Federal Census (Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004), Database online, Grainger, TN, roll 180, page 386, image 760. (Record for Nicholas Counts.)

Children of PVT Nicholas Counts II and Eve Lydge

Citations

  1. [S488] Counts Family Records.

William W. Strong1,2,3

M, ID# 5659, (c 1834 - 2 Jul 1863)
Father:Samuel C. Strong (7 Feb 1813 - a 1880)
Mother:Sarah J. Morrison (1813 - a 1880)
     William W. Strong was born c 1834 at Randolph Co, Alabama. He was the son of Samuel C. Strong and Sarah J. Morrison. William W. Strong married Martha Caroline Morrison c 1860. William W. Strong died on 2 Jul 1863 at Pennsylvania.
      William W. Strong, a farmer, was in the Confederate States Army and was killed during the Civil War.

Children of William W. Strong and Martha Caroline Morrison

Citations

  1. [S168] 1850 Beat 4, Randolph County, Alabama Census. Strong household.
  2. [S188] 1860 Randolph Co, AL Census. Strong household.
  3. [S198] Earl Strong Research.

Thomas Jefferson Strong1,2,3,4,5

M, ID# 5660, (15 Sep 1835 - 16 Dec 1913)
Father:Samuel C. Strong (7 Feb 1813 - a 1880)
Mother:Sarah J. Morrison (1813 - a 1880)
     Thomas Jefferson Strong was born on 15 Sep 1835 at Randolph Co, Alabama. He was the son of Samuel C. Strong and Sarah J. Morrison. Thomas Jefferson Strong married Mary Alma Ligon, daughter of David Gaddy Ligon and Mary 'Polly' Nelson, on 21 Mar 1866 at Cleburne Co, Alabama. Thomas Jefferson Strong died on 16 Dec 1913 at Alexander, Erath Co, Texas, at age 78. He was buried at Upper Green Creek Cemetery, Dublin, Erath Co, Texas.
      Thomas Jefferson Strong, was born in Cleburne or Randolph Co, AL. A farmer, he served in the Confederate States Army from 1861 until 1865 during the Civil War. Thomas moved to Texas in the 1890s.

Children of Thomas Jefferson Strong and Mary Alma Ligon

Citations

  1. [S168] 1850 Beat 4, Randolph County, Alabama Census. Strong household.
  2. [S187] James Robert Rolff, Strong Family of Virginia.
  3. [S191] Robert T. Strong Research.
  4. [S196] Thomas J. Strong Death.
  5. [S198] Earl Strong Research.

Elizabeth 'Betsey' J. Strong1,2,3,4

F, ID# 5661, (c 1840 - )
Father:Samuel C. Strong (7 Feb 1813 - a 1880)
Mother:Sarah J. Morrison (1813 - a 1880)
     Elizabeth 'Betsey' J. Strong was born c 1840 at Randolph Co, Alabama. She was the daughter of Samuel C. Strong and Sarah J. Morrison. Elizabeth 'Betsey' J. Strong married T. M. Ballard a 1860.

Citations

  1. [S168] 1850 Beat 4, Randolph County, Alabama Census. Strong household.
  2. [S188] 1860 Randolph Co, AL Census. Strong household.
  3. [S187] James Robert Rolff, Strong Family of Virginia.
  4. [S198] Earl Strong Research.

Nancy E. Strong1,2,3

F, ID# 5662, (c 1842 - )
Father:Samuel C. Strong (7 Feb 1813 - a 1880)
Mother:Sarah J. Morrison (1813 - a 1880)
     Nancy E. Strong was born c 1842 at Randolph Co, Alabama. She was the daughter of Samuel C. Strong and Sarah J. Morrison. Nancy E. Strong married William S. Ballard on 9 Mar 1871 at Cleburne Co, Alabama.

Citations

  1. [S168] 1850 Beat 4, Randolph County, Alabama Census. Strong household.
  2. [S188] 1860 Randolph Co, AL Census. Strong household.
  3. [S187] James Robert Rolff, Strong Family of Virginia.

Rebecca C. Strong1,2,3,4

F, ID# 5663, (c 1844 - )
Father:Samuel C. Strong (7 Feb 1813 - a 1880)
Mother:Sarah J. Morrison (1813 - a 1880)
     Rebecca C. Strong was born c 1844 at Randolph Co, Alabama. She was the daughter of Samuel C. Strong and Sarah J. Morrison. Rebecca C. Strong married James T. Thrasher, son of Jessie Thrasher and Emiline (Unknown), a 1873 at Cleburne Co, Alabama.

Citations

  1. [S168] 1850 Beat 4, Randolph County, Alabama Census. Strong household.
  2. [S188] 1860 Randolph Co, AL Census. Strong household.
  3. [S187] James Robert Rolff, Strong Family of Virginia.
  4. [S198] Earl Strong Research.

Martha Ann Strong1,2,3,4

F, ID# 5664, (1846 - May 1925)
Father:Samuel C. Strong (7 Feb 1813 - a 1880)
Mother:Sarah J. Morrison (1813 - a 1880)
     Martha Ann Strong was born in 1846 at Randolph Co, Alabama. She was the daughter of Samuel C. Strong and Sarah J. Morrison. Martha Ann Strong married Rev Charles David Flemmons on 7 Oct 1890 at Cleburne Co, Alabama. Martha Ann Strong died in May 1925 at Hollis Crossroads, Cleburne Co, Alabama.

Citations

  1. [S168] 1850 Beat 4, Randolph County, Alabama Census. Strong household.
  2. [S188] 1860 Randolph Co, AL Census. Strong household.
  3. [S187] James Robert Rolff, Strong Family of Virginia.
  4. [S198] Earl Strong Research.

May Strong1,2

F, ID# 5665, (1850 - )
Father:Samuel C. Strong (7 Feb 1813 - a 1880)
Mother:Sarah J. Morrison (1813 - a 1880)
     May Strong was born in 1850 at Randolph Co, Alabama. She was the daughter of Samuel C. Strong and Sarah J. Morrison. May Strong married Julius W. Thrasher, son of Jessie Thrasher and Emiline (Unknown), on 25 Nov 1869 at Cleburne Co, Alabama.

Citations

  1. [S188] 1860 Randolph Co, AL Census. Strong household.
  2. [S198] Earl Strong Research.

George Washington Strong1,2,3

M, ID# 5666, (1 Mar 1854 - 31 May 1931)
Father:Samuel C. Strong (7 Feb 1813 - a 1880)
Mother:Sarah J. Morrison (1813 - a 1880)
     George Washington Strong was born on 1 Mar 1854 at Randolph Co, Alabama. He was the son of Samuel C. Strong and Sarah J. Morrison. George Washington Strong married Anna Elizabeth "Analiza" Weltha Carline Stephens on 19 Aug 1877 at Cleburne Co, Alabama. George Washington Strong died on 31 May 1931 at Dublin, Erath Co, Texas, at age 77. He was buried at Upper Green Creek Cemetery, Dublin, Erath Co, Texas.
      George Washington Strong moved to Texas in the 1890s.

Children of George Washington Strong and Anna Elizabeth "Analiza" Weltha Carline Stephens

Citations

  1. [S188] 1860 Randolph Co, AL Census. Strong household.
  2. [S187] James Robert Rolff, Strong Family of Virginia.
  3. [S198] Earl Strong Research.

Martha Caroline Morrison1,2

F, ID# 5667, (c 1842 - )
     Martha Caroline Morrison was born c 1842 at Alabama. She married William W. Strong, son of Samuel C. Strong and Sarah J. Morrison, c 1860.

Children of Martha Caroline Morrison and William W. Strong

Citations

  1. [S188] 1860 Randolph Co, AL Census. Strong household.
  2. [S198] Earl Strong Research.

Masten Strong1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12

M, ID# 5668, (c 1774 - 31 Jan 1866)
Father:Martin Strong (b 1732 - b 1781)
Mother:Anne Stanley (a 1732 - a 1803)
Charts:Oma Lavinia Strong lineage
     Masten Strong was born c 1774 at prob St Martin's Parish, Hanover Co, Virginia. He was the son of Martin Strong and Anne Stanley. Masten Strong married Nancy East, daughter of Benjamin East, on 26 Dec 1799 at Goochland Co, Virginia. Masten Strong married Rebecca McCormack / Macomic c 1805 at Buckingham Co, Virginia. Masten Strong died on 31 Jan 1866 at Randolph Co, Alabama.
      Masten Strong was born as early as 1774 based on Goochland Co, VA personal property tax and will records and as late as 1776 according to the Randolph Co, AL census. He was probably born in Hanover Co, VA. He is also noted by the names Mastin, Maston, Marston, and even Martin in official records during his life. In Charles City Co, VA there were people with the last name of Mastin, Marston and Sherwood (Masten had a brother Sherwood) in the 1670s through 1690s and McCormack in the 1740s who may be related.

Masten was married to Nancy East by Rev. Lewis Chaudoin, a Baptist minister, with surety posted by Johnson Hodges. Johnson Hodges also posted surety for Rev. Chaudoin's marriage of Benjamin East to Nancy Pruitt in 1797 in Goochland Co, VA, so Benjamin may be either Nancy East's brother, her first husband or as another source reported be her father. Masten's brother Sherwood was also married by Rev. Chaudoin. In 1797 Masten and his mother Ann leased all the lands and plantations of Joseph Woodson for seven years.

Masten was married about 1805 to Rebecca McCormack by Rev. Macane. Masten moved to Tennessee about the same time as his brothers Thomas and Sherwood Strong, appearing on a Roane Co, TN tax list in 1809 and more or less appearing annually on the tax list from 1814 until 1821. Masten worked as a farmer. He first owned ten and then by 1817 twenty acres on the Clinch River which he sold by 1818. He was apparently a defendant in a suit filed by John Erwin about 1819.

Masten was living in Roane Co, TN when he joined the military to participate in the War of 1812 for seven months. He was mustered in and out in Knoxville, TN. Masten served in Captain James R. Roger's Company, Anderson and Johnson's Regiment, East Tennessee Militia from 1814 until 1815. He also served under Major Belve in Colonel Standeford's Regiment; he served in the 3rd Regiment which may be Standeford's regiment. Masten was apparently in Mobile, AL when the war ended. For his service he received two 80-acre land warrants in the part of Randolph Co, AL that became Cleburne Co, AL in 1866.

Masten appears in the 1830 Jefferson Co, TN census with ten people under age thirty in his household. By his wife Rebecca, Masten had three daughters whose names are unknown and who were older than his son Samuel. One of these daughters possibly married Burl Mullins who was born in North Carolina in 1790 and was living in 1830 in Jefferson Co, TN, as was Masten Strong. Another one of his daughters was possibly the mother of a child being supported by a Mr Monger.

By 1840 Masten was living in Bradley Co, TN with four people under twenty remaining in his household; neither Maston nor his wife could read or write. Masten was living in Jefferson Co, TN in 1850 and that year was indicted and acquitted for retailing liquor without a license in Bradley Co, TN. In 1850 he also made a bounty land application in McMinn Co, TN.

By 1860 Masten was living in Rockdale, Randolph Co, AL (now Cleburne Co) with his wife -- three doors from his oldest son Samuel Strong. Also in his household were Thomas Boman, a miller age 30, his wife Elizabeth Bowman age 27 and their children Jane and John Bowman age 10 and 8 respectively. Elizabeth Bowman would have been born when Rebecca was 43, making it possible that Elizabeth was Rebecca and Mastin's last child born.

Children of Masten Strong and Rebecca McCormack / Macomic

Citations

  1. [S188] 1860 Randolph Co, AL Census. Strong household.
  2. [S187] James Robert Rolff, Strong Family of Virginia.
  3. [S191] Robert T. Strong Research.
  4. [S200] Rebecca McCormack Strong (est 1768-1872) Pension.
  5. [S201] Debbie Woolf Research.
  6. [S231] Roane Co, TN Tax Lists, 1814-1821.
  7. [S309] Masten Strong Court Case.
  8. [S1] "Virginia Winslett Research."
  9. [S227] Charles City Co, VA Court Orders 1672-95.
  10. [S228] Charles City Co, VA Orders 1737-51.
  11. [S321] 1850 Jefferson Co, TN Census, Strong household.
  12. [S536] Strong - McCormack Records.

Rebecca McCormack / Macomic1,2,3,4,5,6

F, ID# 5669, (c 1788 - 14 Apr 1873)
Charts:Oma Lavinia Strong lineage
     Rebecca McCormack / Macomic was born c 1788 at Buckingham Co ?, Virginia. She married Masten Strong, son of Martin Strong and Anne Stanley, c 1805 at Buckingham Co, Virginia. Rebecca McCormack / Macomic died on 14 Apr 1873 at Calhoun Co, Alabama. She was buried at Calhoun Co, Alabama.
      Rebecca McCormack or Macomic married in Buckingham Co, VA where there were McCormacks living. The Buckingham Co, VA church records should be researched for the Strong-McCormack marriage; Baptist records for circa 1805 are available.

Rebecca applied for a War of 1812 pension in 1872 while she had a home in Calhoun Co, AL but was using a Milner (Millerner), Randolph Co, AL address. Robert Strong could find no records of Rebecca in the Calhoun Co, AL courthouse, and the Randolph Co, AL records of that period were destroyed by fire, although Robert did not check for reconstructed or refiled records. In Calhoun County Rebecca was living with her daughter Nancy Strong Horn.

Rebecca's death date was established by a listing in a family bible which included Rebecca, her children and her grandchildren. This family data was hand-copied by Anna Johnson Myers, Rebecca's fourth great granddaughter, from the original bible prior to the bible being destroyed in a house fire. This family data was accessed by Anna's grandson Stacy Anderson.

Children of Rebecca McCormack / Macomic and Masten Strong

Citations

  1. [S188] 1860 Randolph Co, AL Census. Strong household.
  2. [S187] James Robert Rolff, Strong Family of Virginia.
  3. [S191] Robert T. Strong Research.
  4. [S200] Rebecca McCormack Strong (est 1768-1872) Pension.
  5. [S321] 1850 Jefferson Co, TN Census, Strong household.
  6. [S536] Strong - McCormack Records.

Nancy East1,2

F, ID# 5670, (a 1779 - b 1805)
Father:Benjamin East (a 1748 - 1809)
     Nancy East was born a 1779. She was the daughter of Benjamin East. Nancy East married Masten Strong, son of Martin Strong and Anne Stanley, on 26 Dec 1799 at Goochland Co, Virginia. Nancy East died b 1805 at Virginia.

Citations

  1. [S187] James Robert Rolff, Strong Family of Virginia.
  2. [S536] Strong - McCormack Records.