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« Reply #25 on: November 11, 2008, 06:15:22 PM »

Hi, Maxwell.  We've been trying to decide how to handle the two William Strouds in your ancestry, since the William born 1748 may have died young.  I'm going to email you some information offline before I post your pedigree.
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« Reply #26 on: November 29, 2008, 06:29:16 PM »

William Stroud, b. 14 Sep. 1748, d. 1837, m. Rebecca Stanford
Joel Stroud, b. 28 Jan. 1794, d. 1855, m. Sarah Simpson
Samuel Stroud, b. 12 June 1819, d. 1891, m. Mary Ayers
Joel Stroud, b. 23 Jan. 1849, d. 1929, m. Mary Garrett Carter
Charles Stroud, b. 31 May 1884, d. 1974, m. Ada Brace
Floyd Stroud, b. 28 Oct. 1911, d. 1988, m. Lillian

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« Reply #27 on: December 02, 2008, 10:44:31 AM »

Here is my Stroud line (taken from family Bibles, book "The Strouds" and also used in my book "History of the People of Mars Hill Baptist Church & Community 1799-1999" (located in present day Oconee Co., GA):
(1) JOHN STROUD I (b. England, d. ca. 1737 in Brunswick Co., VA) & wife HANNAH ?. Known children: Joseph, Joshua, Thomas (d. 1739 in Brunswick Co., VA), William (b. 1700 in VA), & JOHN II (below).

(2) JOHN STROUD II (b. 1703 in Prince George Co., VA, d. after 1770, m. ca. 1724 in Bristol Parish, Dinwiddie Co., VA) & wife JANE ?. Known children: William (b. ca. 1725 in Bristol Parish, Dinwiddie Co., VA), Olive (b. 17 Feb. 1726 Bristol Parish), Mary (b. 29 Apr. 1730 Bristol Parish), JOHN III (below), Joshua (b. 1735 Bristol Parish), & Matthew (b. 1747 in St. Andrew’s Parish, Brunswick Co., VA).

(3) JOHN STROUD III (b. Jan. 1732 in Bristol Parish, Dinwiddie Co., VA, d. 1805 Mars Hill Community of Clarke Co., GA, m. spring of 1756) & wife SARAH CONNELLY, daughter of John Connelly & Margaret Oldham (b. 1735 in VA, d. 17 Dec. 1807 Mars Hill, Clarke Co., GA). Children: Margaret (b. 11 Jun 1757 Suffolk Co., VA, d. 1834 Carroll Co., GA, m. Stephen Crow), Isaac (b. 4 May 1760 New Hope, NC, d. Hopkinsville, KY), William I (b. 10 Jan 1761 near Suffolk, VA, d. Dec. 1826 Christian Co., KY), MARK (below), John IV (b. 8 Feb. 1765 near Hillsboro, Orange Co., NC, d. 1815 Mars Hill, Clarke Co., GA, m. Sarah Phillips), Elizabeth (b. 18 July 1767 near Hillsboro, d. 3 Mar. 1835 Mars Hill, Clarke Co., GA, d. Isaac Crow, brother of Stephen), Hannah or Hanorah (b. 3 Mar. 1770 near Hillsboro, d. after 1828 Pike Co., MS, m. John Strother), Tabitha (b. 19 Apr. 1772 near Hillsboro, d. 1852, m. Jonathan Melton), Mary (b. 17 Jan. 1775 near Hillsboro), Sarah (b. 29 Apr. 1777 near Hillsboro, m. William Bankston), & James (b. 18 May 1779 near Hillsboro, d. 9 Jan. 1870 Lee Co., AL, m. Nancy Durbin). This couple were Baptist church planters – starting new churches in NC before moving to GA first settling in Hancock Co. and final church started was Mars Hill Baptist Church in 1799 where both are buried along with other members of their family.

(4) MARK STROUD (b. 27 Feb. 1763 near Hillsboro, Orange Co., NC, d. 2 July 1798 Hancock Co., GA, m. March 1784 in VA) & wife MARTHA STROTHER, daughter of John Strother & Jane Fussell (b. 8 May 1765 near Suffolk, VA, d. 28 Dec, 1845 Mars Hill, Clarke Co., GA. She m. 1st Amos Thompson (b. bef. 1760, d. 25 Mar. 1781 in battle of Guilford Courthouse, NC, Rev. War as British soldier); had 1 son: Littleberry Thompson (b. ca. 1780 in NC, d. ca. 1839 in Wilkinson Co., MS, m. after 1798 to Patience ?, there may have been 2 additional marriages for him.) Children: WILLIAM (below), Levi (b. 7 Apr. 1787 in Burke Co., GA, d. 12 Mar. 1838 Monroe Co., GA, m. Frances Haygood), Eli (b. 6 Jan. 1789 Hancock Co., GA, d. 1871 Mars Hill, Clarke Co., GA, m. 1st Elizabeth Derbin, 2nd Elizabeth East, & 3rd Eliza Perry), Mary (b. 14 June 1791 Hancock Co., GA, d. 25 Feb. 1873 Mars Hill, m. William Haygood), Sarah (b. 14 June 1791 Hancock Co., GA, d. 1863 Russell Co., AL, m. James Haygood), Albion (b. 24 May 1793 Hancock Co., GA, d. July 1798 Hancock Co., GA), Orion (b. 8 Oct. 1795 Hancock Co., GA, d. 3 Feb. 1875 Atlanta, GA, m. 1st Milcah Trammell, 2nd Mrs. Martha Walker, widow), Tillitha (b. 3 Feb. 1798 & d. 10 Feb. 1798 in Hancock Co., GA). Last child & father were buried as family began move to Clarke Co., Mars Hill to join other Stroud family, toddler Albion fell from wagon after leaving and was killed, mother & other children returned to Hancock Co. home and he was buried next to father & sister – exact location of these graves hasn’t been found. Mother & remaining family resumed move to Mars Hill and lived out her days there and is buried at Mars Hill Baptist Church.

(5) WILLIAM STROUD (b. 29 Apr. 1785 near Hillsboro, Orange Co., NC, d. 10 Feb. 1870 Mars Hill, Clarke Co., GA, m. 22 Nov. 1814 Clarke Co., GA) & wife SERENA A. RAGAN BATTLE, daughter of William Sumner Battle & Sarah Whitehead (b. 2 Mar. 1796 Hancock Co., GA, d. 17 Sept. 1830 Mars Hill). Both are buried at Mars Hill Baptist Church. Children: Amanda Lurvena (b. 26 Nov. 1815 Mars Hill, d. 3 Dec. 1819 Mars Hill), Mary Ann (b. 21 Mar. 1817 Mars Hill, d. 11 July 1870 TX, m. Dr. Charles Lee Bolton), SARAH BATTLE (below), Martha E. (b. 10 May 1820 Mars Hill, d. 18 Oct. 1840, m. Peter E. Love), Eliza Valeria (b. 23 Dec. 1821 Mars Hill, d. 10 Jan. 1901 DeLand, FL, m. Milton Anthony Battle), Mark A. (b. 21 Mar. 1823 Mars Hill, d. 26 Mar. 1870 Mars Hill), Serena Celestia (b. 26 Feb. 1825 Mars Hill, d. 6 Oct. 1861 San Antonio, TX, bur. Mars Hill), John William (b. 10 Apr. 1827 Mars Hill, d. 5 June 1876 Mars Hill, m. 1st Sara C. Martin, 2nd Martha Stroud Jackson), & Susan Jane (b. 15 Dec. 1828 Mars Hill, d. 26 May 1894, m. Dr. Henry Russell Jones Long, son of Dr. Crawford W. Long).

(6) SARAH BATTLE STROUD (b. 21 Sept. 1818 Mars Hill, Clarke Co., GA, d. 10 Jan. 1891 Coweta Co., GA, m. 21 Nov. 1839 Clarke Co., GA) & husband CALVIN JONES FALL, son of John Strader Fall & Martha Barnett (b. 18 Mar. 1815 Jasper Co., GA, d. 10 Apr. 1879 Senoia, Coweta Co., GA). Children: Martha Serena (b. 31 Aug. 1840 Decatur, DeKalb Co., GA, d. 25 Dec. 1878 Brooks Co., GA, m. Dr. Robert Mark Hitch), Talulah Selina (b. 25 Apr. 1842 Henry Co., GA), John Strader II (b. 2 Nov. 1843 Henry Co., GA, d. 16 May 1864 at Battle of Drury’s Bluff, VA, CSA battle), William Stroud (b. 20 Dec. 1845 Henry Co., GA), MARY SUSAN (below), Ann Elizabeth (b. 12 Feb. 1850 Henry Co., GA, d. Nov. 1895 Senoia, Fayette Co., GA, m. Dr. Robert Mark Hitch as his 2nd wife), Milton Battle (b. 21 Dec. 1851 Henry Co., GA, d. 13 June 1885 Coweta Co., GA, m. Alice Chatfield Baggarly), Evelyn Virginia (b. 29 June 1854 Henry Co., GA, d. 30 Nov. 1910 Coweta Co., GA, m. William Luther Carlton), & Mark A. (b. 4 May 1857 Henry Co., GA). Lots of this family are buried in the Senoia City Cemetery.

(7) MARY SUSAN FALL (b. 12 Nov. 1847 Henry Co., GA, d. 6 Sept. 1904 Pavo, Brooks Co., GA, m. 15 Dec. 1866 Senoia, Coweta Co., GA) & husband TIMOTHY BRICE, son of Francis Calvin Brice & Eliza/Elizabeth Annie Murphy (b. 4 Oct. 1838 Thomas Co., GA, d. 11 Apr. 1910 Pavo). Children: Sallie Elizabeth (b. 15 Jan. 1868 Pavo, d. 24 July 1906, m. J.D. Butler), Lucy (b. 16 Nov. 1869 Pavo, d. 1 Sept. 1941, m. James M. Burnett), VIRGINIA EVELYN (below), Willie Mae (b. 18 May 1873 Pavo, d. 29 Feb. 1968 Pavo, m. Dr. Reuben Jackson Clower), Jessie Eliza (b. 5 Jan. 1875 Pavo, d. 26 Mar. 1904 Whigham, GA, m. George Latham Bunch II), Frank Calvin I (b. 3 Nov. 1876 Pavo, d. 18 Dec. 1958, m. Florine Faith), Henry M. (b. 13 Dec. 1878 Pavo, d. 24 Sept. 1879 Pavo), Charley (b. 20 July 1880 Pavo, d. 4 June 1881 Pavo), John Thomas I (b. 30 Aug. 1882 Pavo, d. 13 Mar. 1949 Taft, CA, m. Mattie Matthews), Milton Fall (b. 28 July 1884 Pavo, d. 1 Nov. 1944 Morven, Brooks Co., GA), Stella E. (b. 27 Oct. 1886 Pavo, d. 9 Dec. 1887 Pavo), James Samuel (b. 16 Oct. 1889 Pavo, d. 25 Dec. 1977, m. Amy Peterson), & Mary Louette “B” (b. 29 Oct. 1891 Pavo, d. 15 May 1986 Tampa, FL, m. Benjamin J. Spear).
(8) VIRGINIA EVELYN BRICE (b. 10 Sept. 1870 Pavo, Brooks Co., GA, d. 18 May 1953 Pavo, Brooks Co., GA, m. 9 Jan. 1901 Pavo, Brooks Co., GA) & husband JOSEPH MONROE BRANNON, D.D.S., son of John Benjamin Brannon III & Laura Mickey Joanna Bruce (b. 14 Dec. 1871 near Bethune, Kershaw Co., SC, d. 22 July 1942 Pavo, Brooks Co., GA). Only child: MARY CLAIRE (below).

(9) MARY CLAIRE BRANNON (b. 5 Dec. 1909 Pavo, Brooks Co., GA, d. 26 Apr. 2001 Athens, Clarke Co., GA, m. 17 Sept. 1928 Greer, SC) & husband JOHN PARNELL BONDURANT II, son of Emmet Jopling Bondurant I & Martha Strong “Birdie” Moss (b. 21 Aug. 1907 Athens, Clarke Co., GA, d. 18 Aug. 2002 Athens, Clarke Co., GA). Both are buried at Oconee Hill Cemetery in Athens. Three children: MARY CLAIRE (my mother), Emmet Jopling II, & John Parnell III.

(10) MARY CLAIRE BONDURANT m. James Randolph Warren; have 5 children, #3 is:
(11) AMY MOSS WARREN m. Edward Victor "Eddie" Sanders; have 2 children, #2 is:
(12) AMANDA CLAIRE "Mandey" SANDERS m. SSGT Brian Davis Clark; have 2 children:
(13) ABIGAIL BRIANNA CLARK & ALEXANDER BRIAN "Alex" CLARK.
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« Reply #28 on: December 27, 2008, 07:08:45 PM »

Searching for the father and mother of Samuel Stroud SR b. 1800/05
Richard M. Stroud, b. Jan 18 1902 Arkansas, d. July 8 1972 Peach Orchard, Ar.

Father: Unknown
Mother: Alice Stroud, b. Jan 1885 Lawrence County, Ar., d. Feb 22 1947 Randolph Co. Ar., Buried Duty Cemetery, Pocahontas, Ar.

Marion Stroud married (1) Archer; Children, John M. Stroud, b. 1876 Mammoth Springs Ar and Mattie Stroud, b. 1879

Marion Stroud, b. 1843 Arkansas, d. 1910 Arkansas
Sarah Ellen Owens, b. September 1860 Arkansas, d. 1910

               Children
Mary Stroud, b. Oct 1882 Ar, d. unkn
Alice Stroud, b. Jan 1885 Ar, d. Sep 20 1947 Ar
Samuel Stroud, b. Dec 22 1887 Ar, d. Sep 20 1956, Duty Cemetery, Married Minnie Green
Ide Mae Stroud, b. Sep 15 1889 Ar, d. May 1972 Springfield, Mo. Married Woodrow Head
George Stroud, b. Jan 12 1894 Ar, d. unkn, Married Minnie Mooney
Alfred Stroud, b. Oct 27 1896 Ar, d. 1983, married Betty Tyson
Betha Mae Stroud, b. Feb 21 1900, d. Jan 26 1994, Pocahontas, Ar, Buried Masonic Cemetery, Married John T. Wells
Elva Julia Stroud, b. Jan 18 1902, d. 1938, Duty Cemetery, Married James E. Tyler

Samuel Stroud, b. 1800 or 1805 South Carolina, d. 1847 Fulton County Ar
Hazel (Hazy) Last Name Unkn, b. 1809/10 South Carolina, d. 1850 Ar

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Morgan Stroud, b. 1825/26 South Carolina, d. unkn
Jennette Stroud, b. 1826 in Alabama on Indian Reservation (Cherokee) adopted, d. 1897 Fulton County Ar., Married John Anderson & later married James M. Taylor.
John Stroud, b. 1828 South Carolina, d. unkn
Bethany Stroud, b. 1825/30 South Carolina, d. unkn
Thomas Stroud, b. 1831/32 South Carolina, d. unkn
Cynitha Stroud, b. 1836 Arkansas, d. unkn
Samuel Stroud, b. 1838 Arkansas, Jun 20 1909 Fulton County Ar, Married Martha Ross & later Clarinda Holcomb.
William Stroud, b. 1841 Arkansas, d. unkn
Marion Stroud, b. 1843 Arkansas, d. 1910 Ar.





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« Reply #29 on: February 08, 2009, 11:24:54 PM »

Here is my Stroud patriarchal line:

Archibald Stroud of Mecklinburg Co., VA  born c 1784 died 1843, Statesville, Wilson, TN  married Elizabeth
Andrew Thomas Stroud born 19 Oct 1822, Statesville, Wilson, TN  died 16 Feb 1885 Statesville, Wilson, TN  married Nancy King Mooney
Thomas Rastus Stroud born 28 Feb 1860, Statesville, Wilson, TN  died 28 Jan 1944 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT  married Cornelia Ann Adams
Thomas Alvin Stroud born 19 May 1888, Statesville, Wilson, TN  died 9 Jun 1925 Soda Springs, Caribou, ID  married Eva Smith Rock
Walter Alvin Stroud born 2 Oct 1913 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT  died 5 Oct 2000, Eagar, Apache, AZ  married Rose Ann Martin

I sure hope the DNA testing can make some links that we have been working on for years, like who did Archibald belong to.
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« Reply #30 on: June 01, 2009, 11:17:20 AM »

Nathaniel B. Stroud b. 1 Apr 1806 d. 8 Jul 1874 (Snider Bible)
     m. 10 Jun 1843    Jane (Sarah) Amanda Green b. 2 Jul 1823, d. 4 Jul 1907
          Jane buried Wayne Co., Ia. Corydon Cemetery
  II: Jerome Taylor Stroud b. 5 Oct. 1858 Mercer Co. Ill., d. 9 Feb. 1934 Olathe, Ks.
     m. 4 Jul 1882   Lucinda M. McCullough b. 7 Aug.1864, d. 13 Feb. 1937
        III: Argolda (Goldie) Belle b. 18 Jan 1886 Corydon, Ia , d. 21 Aug 1907
                Yuma, Co. Buried Otis, Co.
           m. Dall (Dalton) Snider b. 14 Jan 1888 Wayne Co. Ia., d 5 Sep 1967 Sterling,
                 Co. Buried Otis, Co
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« Reply #31 on: June 19, 2009, 01:05:17 AM »

Pedigree:  Note surname spelling changes on second generation
Christopher "Kit" Stroud, b c1802, NC, d c1873 Pike Cty, AL, m Charity Wilson in NC
    David A. Strowd, b 2 Mar 1839 AL, d 10 July 1913 AL, m Martha L Davison
       William Wilson Strowd, b 10 Oct 1878 AL, d 7 Feb 1961 AL, m Minnie Ola Raley
           Ruth Eleanor Strowd, b 12 Feb 1910 AL, d 31 Mar 2007 AL, m Millard Fillmore Gorum
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Note:  This family uses both Stroud and Strowd even among brothers and sisters beginning after 1880.  An asterick (*) is used preceeding name to indicate Strowd spelling.

Christopher "Kit", b c1802, probably North Carolina, d c1873 Pike County, AL, m Charity Godwin Wilson in North Carolina.  He enlisted in miltary service in Dale County, AL, 1836, to serve in Creek Indian War (Florida).
   Edward b c1836, death date unknown, lost leg at Gettysburg; m Mary Davis
         George Anderson, b c1860, d in Covington County, AL, m Josephine _____, 10 children, names and dates not available
   *David A., b 2 Mar 1839, Pike County, AL, d 10 July 1913, Pike County, AL, m Martha Davison 26 Jul 1866, served in CW  Note:  David and Martha are buried next to each other.  David's marker uses the name Strowd; Martha's reads Stroud.
       *John J. b 21 Oct 1869, Pike County, AL, d 7 Oct 1886, Pike County, AL, died in railroad accident
       *Nancy Arkansas (Cannie) b. 20 June 1872 Pike County, AL, d 24 Feb 1959, San Antonio, TX, m David Franklin Youngblood
            Hull bunyan, b 20 Jan 1894, Montgomery, AL, d 2 Oct 1969, San Antonio, TX
            Martha, b 24 July 1897, Montgomery, AL, d ____, San Antonio, TX
            Cannil, b 7 Sep 1900, San Antonio, TX, m _____ Van Brunt
            Joesphine, b 26 Mar 1903, San Antonio, TX, m Joe Oefinger
            Thomas David, b 22 Dec 1905, San Antonio, TX, d 27 July 1970
        *Lavada Lenora b. 25 Mar 1874, Pike County, AL, d 26 Feb 1953, Milton, FL, m Robert Edward Bryan
             Bernard Ulderfelder, b 3 Dec 1896, Pike County, AL, d 31 Oct 1947, Atlanta GA
             Ned L, b Jan 1898
             Robert Edward, b 14 Dec 1899, Pike County, AL, d 2 Sep 1950, Knoxville, TN
             David Glenn, b 30 Sep 1906, Geneva County, AL, d ____, Chattanooga, TN, m Mary _____
             Rupert Down, 6 Jan 1908 or 1909, Florida, d. ____, Pensacola, FL
        *Alice Amelia (Meelie) b 23 Oct 1876, Pike County, AL, d 3 Mar 1969, San Antonio, TX, m Robert E. Lee Rushing
             Nell, b 7 Jan 1899, Pike County, AL, d ____, San Antonio, TX, m ____ Ridlehoover
             John Robert, b 27 Jun 1901, Pike County, AL, d ____, Seattle, WA
             Ralph Rosco, b. 17 Aug 1903, Pike County, AL, d ____, Montgomery, AL
             Dorothy, b 18 Aug 1904, Pike County, AL, d ____, Montgomery, AL, m ____ Dailey
             James Leon, b 15 Jun 1906, Pike County, AL, d 3 Nov 1946, San Antonio, TX
             Jennings Bryan, b 6 Feb 1908, Geneva County, AL, d 23 Apr 1975, San Antonio, TX
             Woodrow Wilson, b 4 July 1912, Geneva County, AL, d ____, San Antonio, TX     
         *William Wilson, b 10 Oct 1878, Pike County, AL, d 7 Feb 1961, Pike County, AL, m Minnie Ola Raley, 12 children, listing 6 born prior to 1910, only one still living
             *Charles Eric, b 17 Nov 1900, Pike County, AL, d 9 June 1979, did not marry
             *Lavada Merle, b 9 Apr 1902, Pike County, AL, d c 2000, Crenshaw County, AL, m Herbert (Dude) Folmar, 9 children born after 1910
             *William Leamon, b 9 Jan 1904, Pike County, AL, d ____ Springtown, TX, m Tommie Click, 4 children born after 1910
              Walter Vernon, b 22 May 1906, Pike County, AL, d 18 Nov 1986, Pike County, AL, m Rita Marie Folmar, 2 children born after 1910
              Zollie Rabon, b 25 May 1908, Pike County, AL, d _____, Pike County, AL, did not marry, served WW2
              *Ruth Eleanor, b 23 Feb 1910, Pike County, AL, d 31 May 2007, Huntsville, AL, m Millard Fillmore Gorum, 2 children born after 1910
         *Walter Wallace, b 10 Oct 1878, Pike County, AL, d 15 Jan 1974, San Antonio, TX, m Charlotte (Lottie) Lee Raley, 8 children, 3 born before 1910 listed
               *Walter Lee (Bubba), b 7 Dec 1906, Pike County, AL, d ___, San Antonio, TX, m Annie Claire Starling, 3 children born after 1910
               *Oscar Dana (Joe), b 17 July 1908, Pike County, AL, d ___, San Antonio, TX, m1 Mattie Mae Neyland, m2 Lure Trannie Mize, m3 Helen Lois Parham, no children
               *Wilbur Kermit (Buster), b 4 Apr 1910, Pike County, AL, d ___, Pasadena, TX, m Ora Lee Lockwood, 7 children born after 1910
         *Minnie Dell, b 1 July 1880, Pike County AL, d 6 Oct 1881, Pike County, AL
         *Annie Belle, b 15 Feb 1883, Pike County, AL, d 1970, West Palm beach, FL, m ____ Bryant
         *Ruby Merle, b 21 June 1895, Pike County, AL, d 18 Jan 1899, Pike County, AL
   William A., b c 1845, Pike County, AL, d 2 July 1863 in Battle of Gettysburg
   Nancy, b c1841, Pike County, AL, d 26 Jan 1922, Hamilton County, Texas, m1 Willis Henderson, 1 child, m2 Charner Leach, 7 children, no more information available

Note:  The 1860 census shows a male child, age 3 months, named Randolph living with Christopher.  In 1870, Randolph is shown as 12 years old and there is another male child, William, age 7 as well as a female child, age 12, named Martha Andrews living with Christopher and his wife.  There are no family records of any of these children.


                   

             
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« Reply #32 on: June 19, 2009, 10:43:21 AM »

Pedigree: S-16


Joseph Thomas Stroud b. May 01, 1859, d. May 15, 1932, Coffee County AL, m. Martha Louellen Cain

Thomas Meldridge Stroud b. May 23, 1891 Coffee County, AL, d. August 9, 1972, Coffee County AL, m. Mary Viola Hussey,
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« Reply #33 on: June 25, 2009, 10:00:15 PM »

My Stroud Line:
John b 1680 England, d 1737 Va, m Hannah
William b 1700 Va, d 1783 NC m Margaret Rose
John b 1726 Va, d 1776 Ga m Marha Dozier
Sherwood (Sherod) b 1755 NC, d 1838 Ga m Hannah
Sherwood Jr. b 1799 Ga, d 1864 Ga m Elizabeth Pace
Archibald Tanner b 1834 Ga, d 1912 Ok, m. Mary Catherine Morrow
Ruth Elizabeth b 1875 Taney Co, Mo, d 1951 Comanche Co, Ok
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« Reply #34 on: March 04, 2010, 04:10:27 PM »

My direct line starting with:
John Stroud, b c 1674 d c 1737, m Hanna bef 1692

William Stroud I, b c 1700, Prince George Co VA, d c 1783 Lincoln Co TN, m Margaret Rose bef 1726, Brunswick Co, VA

William Stroud, Jr, b 2-22-1729/30, Brunswick Co, VA, d 8-4-1786, Warren Co, NC, m Elizabeth E. Estridge, 1755, Warren, Co NC

William Stroud III, b 5-17-1771, Terrells Creek, Orange, Co, NC, d 8-1841, Warren Co, TN m Margaret Renolds, m Elizabeth Jenkins, m Nancy Stubblefield 12-19-1793

Thomas J. Stroud, b 9-11-1794, Orange Co, NC, d 1-10-1872, Warren Co, TN, m Lucy Jarvis 1813, Warren Co, Tn, m Nancy Emaline Dial, 6-25-1855 Warren Co, Tn

Albert Gallatin Stroud, b 2-5-1819, Warren, Co, Tn, d 1891, Zion, Izard Co, Ar, m Ellen Elizabeth Bernette abt 1835, Warren Co, Tn

Harrington (Hank) Stroud, b 11-10-1853, Izard Co, Ar, d 2-9-1921 Sharp, Ar, m Frances A. Newell (Fanny) Cockerham, abt 1876/87, Izard, Ar

Leonadus (Lonnie) Stroud, b 10-29-1877, Big Springs, Izard Co, Ar, d 5-27-1953, Clarksville, Redriver, Tx m Rosa Bell Hodge

Albert Graydon Stroud, b 2-16-1904, d 4-8-1935, Clarksville, Redriver, Tx, m Virgie Bell Bean

Donal Dean Stroud, b 7-18-1928, Red River, Co, Tx, d 10-2-1991, Levelland, Hockley Co, Tx,
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« Reply #35 on: March 07, 2010, 02:51:59 PM »

Thanks for posting, RWStroud.  I added your line to the other John md. Hanna line.  We could really use your DNA.  There are two completely different DNA results for men who believe they are descendants of this John.  The first (John, William, John) is posted to the results page as S-1.  A description of the other (John, William, William) can be found on the Notes page under the heading Southeast USA I2b lineage.   Feel free to email me using the link at the bottom of any of the Stroud/Strode/Strowd DNA project pages for more information.

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« Reply #36 on: February 11, 2011, 04:19:49 PM »

Martin J Stroud b. abt 1820 NY, m. Eunice Pettit b. 1823
Miles M Stroud b. 1842 OH, m. Flora Betts b. 1852
Evan Roy Stroud b. 2.22.1878 IA, m. Sadie Jones b. 4.20.1880
Robert Wesley Stroud b. 2.1.1925 m. Margaret Genevieve Pilmer 8.11.1927
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« Reply #37 on: July 28, 2011, 09:16:17 PM »

William Stroud b. 1700 m. 17 Jul 1748 Martha Beal b. 11 Mar 1700
   John Stroud b. 15 Jul 1749 Natick Mass d. 1 Feb 1840 m. Mary Bileathe
      William Stroud b. 1771 d. 16 Aug 1831 m. Zerviah Sturtevant b. 16 Jan 1773  Halifax Mass d. 20 May 1845 Willsboro NY
          Oliver S Stroud b. 31 Dec 1815 Willsboro Point, Essex Co, NY d. 30 Apr 1864 m. Elvira Pizarro Barnes
              Oliver William Stroud b. 28 Mar 1846 in Essex Co, NY d. 09 Dec 1921 in Sawtelle, Los Angeles Co, CA m. Mary Adelaide Brown
                 George Luther Stroud b. 26 Aug 1882 in David City, Butler Co, NE d. 29 Mar 1962 in North Highlands, Sacramento Co, CA m. Nellie May Sisty

George Luther was my grandfather.

Some interesting historical information I've found:
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Oliver S and Oliver William both fought in the Civil War for the 29th Iowa Infantry Regiment.
Oliver S was killed at the Battle of Jenkins' Ferry on the Saline River, Grant county, Arkansas, April 30, 1864

"It has been passed down that his son Oliver William Stroud, jr., who was in the same unit, saw his father fall on the battlefield, but Oliver's burial site is unknown
No burial record was found in VA National Cemeteries by Dept. of Veteran Affairs in letter dated 5-10-2002
No listing at Little Rock National Cemetery where many Union soldiers killed on Arkansas battlefields were buried after the war

from Journal of Addie Stephanna Hodges Martin
Oliver Stroud born Dec. 31, 1815, Essex Co., Willsborough Point, New York, was killed at the Battle of Jenkens Ferry Arkansas on Saline River April 30, 1864. A member of Company B 29th Regt. Iowa Vol. Inf. His Capt. was N. L. Andrews.

Oliver Stroud's enlistment papers indicated he was a blacksmith, with gray hair and gray eyes, dark complexion, 5' 11-1/2" tall" -> from wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com


I have discovered a picture online of Oliver William and his family at http://www.memories.ne.gov/cdm4/item_viewer.php?CISOROOT=/bcg&CISOPTR=192&CISOBOX=1&REC=18

And a picture of Elvira Pizario Barnes Stroud (Oliver S) at http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=15696447

Zerviah Sturtevant (William Stroud) was a direct descendant of Mayflower passenger Francis Eaton who was the 9th signer (-or - Wikipedia lists him as the 23rd) of the Mayflower Compact.

Also from the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution in the DAR Lineage Book Volume 34, page 55:

"John Stroud, (1749-1840), enlisted 1775, under Capt. Benjamin Mann, Col. James Reed's regiment and was engaged fortifying Dorchester Heights. In 1777 he volunteered and was in the battle of Bennington in Stickney's regiment, Stark's brigade. He received a pension for twelve months actual service as private, New Hampshire line. He was born in Natick, Mass., removed to Rockingham, Vt., from there to Petersboro, N. H., and in 1830 to Essex County, N. Y., where he died."


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« Reply #38 on: April 24, 2012, 10:25:39 PM »

MA Stroud line with new information on Abigail Stroud, second wife of John Stroud Sr., b. in Natick, MA and Rev War vet. NH House of Representative proceedings show Abigail Stroud and Isaiah Taylor petitioning for selling the estate of Nathaniel Bates, Abigail's first husband (who was killed at the Battle of Stillwater) in order to care for her two sons by Nathaniel Bates. The town of Peterborough records also show that Nabby Taylor married a Mr. Stroud and that she was the daughter of Isaiah Taylor of that town. Taylor was used often as a middle name in the family descendants of Charles T. (now known to be Taylor) Stroud, son of John Stroud Sr.

My Stroud line (after years of hunting):

1. William STROUD of Natick, MA; m. Martha BEAL ...his son...
 2. John STROUD (William) of Natick, MA; Nelson & Dublin, NH; Dummerston, VT; Clarksburg, MA; and Willsboro, NY (where he d. in 1840); m. (1) Elizabeth SMITH in Natick, MA; m. (2) Abigail/Nabby TAYLOR, widow of Nathaniel BATES of Dublin, NH and dau. of Isaiah TAYLOR and Marcy (??) of Peterborough, NH. [note: I can find no records of John Stroud ever being married to a Mary Bileathe]. ...his son by Abigail...
   3. Charles Taylor STROUD (John, William) of NH; Morristown, NY; Middelburg, OH (where he d.); m. Ann/Anna Percell/Percel/Parcel, dau. of Jacob and Rachel (KNAPP) PERCELL of Montgomery Co., NY. ...his son...
    4. Edmund C. STROUD of Morristown, NY; Middleburg, OH (where he d.); m. Elizabeth E. MICHENER/MITCHNER, dau. of Thomas V. and Nancy (CHENEY) MICHENER  ...his dau....    
     5. Lucy A. STROUD of Middleburg & Berea, OH; Petoskey, MI (where she d.); m. William H. OHLE (a Civil War vet).

Note that DNA testing of a male descendant of 3. Charles T. Stroud's son Nathaniel B. Stroud (same as listed above) shows a direct link to 1. William Stroud of Natick, MA (nearly an exact match to other known descendants of 1. William).

Note also that I believe that there was likely a William Stroud before 1. William Stroud as listed above, who was the one born in 1700. I also believe that 1. William Stroud was born in 1721, and that his wife Martha BEAL was born shortly before she was bapt. in 1729. Martha Beal could not have had children as late as age 52, and I find it even less likely that William Stroud would have serverd in the Rev. War in his late 70's.

I have tons of information on the Strouds and related families listed here. I recently found the complete family history of the OHLE family of OH dating back to Germany, written in German.

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« Reply #39 on: April 25, 2012, 09:26:20 AM »

Hi Scottsworth,

It's interesting that there was another Charles Taylor Stroud who had been born in New York and died in Erie Co. Ohio.  There was a Philo and David R Stroud, of New York and Michigan, who may have been connected to him.  Philo's death certificate listed his father as Joseph Stroud.  I wonder if that Joseph could have been the one in the same family Bible that listed your Charles T as the son of John and Abigail?
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« Reply #40 on: July 06, 2012, 04:55:54 PM »

Sorry for the long delay in a reply to this, I have been buried with work the last few months.

Yes, there were others named Charles Stroud in NY at that time. I researched the ones in Madison Co, NY and I had dismissed them before, but as it turns out they were related to my line. The elder one was the son of (3)John Stroud Jr. ((2)John, (1)William of Natick). He was the Charles who worked on the Erie Canal and is the one listed in the History of Madison CO, NY. He had a son Charles Stroud as well. (3) John Stroud Jr. and his brother William were interesting and mysterious persons. Why they both names sons "Dalmon" is beyond me to figure out.

There was also Charles Taylor Stroud, clearly listed as "Jr." in deeds in OH that was the son of (3) Charles T. (Taylor) Stroud Sr. ((2)John, (1)William of Natick), and the main reason I attribute the middle name of Charles T. as Taylor (as well as Charles' mother being a Taylor). He would have lived in NY with his family near Moristown, NY before moving to OH with them. As Charles T. Stroud Sr. was born during the Rev. War, I believe that he did not have a middle name given until after the war (as he was born a British subject, a middle name would not have been legal to have until after the war was over and he became a US citizen, as was the case with all non-royal British subjects). Note that the Stroud names listed in the bible for John Stroud Sr.'s second family with Abigail were all lacking middle names.

The other Charles T. Stroud that you are referring to was born in NY in 1820 and a dentist in Erie, NY. Where he came from I do not know. He had children Clarence, Ida and Charles.

Philo's father Joseph Stroud was likely the brother of (3) Charles T. (Taylor) Stroud Sr. ((2)John, (1)William of Natick), yes. That Joseph has been an interesting research case as well, but more information is coming to light about him as well. He had another son Joseph Taylor Stroud, who had the son Milo Stroud. Milo and Philo... Milo is the name of my cat, BTW ;) Joseph Stroud is listed incorrectly in the 1840 census (what else is new?) as Joseph T Shand. Looking at the original census records it is obvious that it is actually Joseph T. Stroud. Like his brother, I believe that he took the middle name from his mother later in life, and he was Joseph Taylor Stroud (like his son). In the end he was likely the one listed as "Jas F." Stroud (Looking at the original records, I think it is Jos. T. Stroud), living with Milo Stroud (age 20) in WI in 1860. That census shows him as 86 years old, and having been born in NH. It all fits... its a wild family that survived the wars and moved all over the place and then some.
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« Reply #41 on: July 06, 2012, 07:06:17 PM »

Back in 2008, I posted a speculation about the Madison Co. NY Strouds being connected to the William of Natick MA line.  I was hoping to get someone from the Madison Co. line to DNA test.  Since then it has turned up in family trees as fact.  I don't know if someone actually found documentation to connect them or if they just picked it up from my posting.  It would be so easy to clear this up with DNA testing.

The Erie Co. Ohio dentist was Charles Taylor Stroud (from a son's death certificate.  He had lived in New York near David R. Stroud and David R. Stroud was later found near Philo in Michigan.  So another speculation is that the three of them may have been sons of Joseph.  Again, DNA could help with this.

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« Reply #42 on: July 07, 2012, 04:28:56 PM »

Well as for Joseph Stroud, IMO Joseph T. Stroud of Ellisburg, NY and later of Union, WI in 1860 (transcribed incorrectly as Jas F. Stroud) was the son of John Stroud Sr. originally of Natick, MA. and the brother of Charles T. Stroud. The brothers went to northern NY state, where Charles and his son Nathaniel B. incorrectly appear as "Strand" and Joseph appears as "Shand" in NY census record transcriptions. Looking at the original longhand census records, they are clearly Strouds. I believe that "Jas. F". in later WI is actually Jos. T. Stroud, living with his grandson Milo Stroud, age 20 before Milo enlisted in the Union Army. I believe that that record has his age transposed as well, and rather than being 86, he was 68. That would fit his birth date of 1791, and well as be a much better fit for living with a woman 61 years old.

Looking at the places where the three Stroud/Bates brothers lived: Nathaniel Bates moved to Sackets Harbor, NY, where he was listed as having served in the War of 1812. Charles T. Stroud is known to have come from Morristown, NY in OH records, and is mispelled in the census of NY in Rossie, as Charles 'Strand.' Joseph moved to Ellisburg, NY, where he is listed in the 1840 census as Joseph 'Shand'. Later records show Milo S. Stroud listed as having been born in Sandy Creek, NY, a stones throw from Ellisburg, NY. Those places are sparcely populated, even today. I find it nearly impossible that there would be some other clan of Strouds and Bates living in that area of NY with these same names.

In 1850, a Joseph T. Stroud of Sheboygan Co. WI received a government land grant in the same county. A Joseph T. Stroud purchased land in Waupaca Co., WI in 1856. A Joseph Stroud appears in the 1855 census of the Twp. of Plymouth, Sheboygan Co., WI. The Jos. T. Stroud listed in the 1860 census record was living in Union, Waupaca Co., WI. So from these records, I would say that Joseph Stroud Sr. was living in Union, Waupaca Co., WI, and the son was living in Plymouth, Sheboygan Co., WI at the same times. For some reason in 1860 Milo was living with his grandfather (not unheard of at that time, he likely was farming the land for his grandparents). Milo Stroud was in the CW, and he was wounded at Antidum. Milo's death cert. says that his parents were Joseph Stroud and Belinda Howard, of Canada. Likely there were born in the far reaches of upper NY and confused for Canada (as were many of the Stroud in many records), or it may be that his mother, Belinda Howard was born in Canada.

At any rate, that is the connection I make for Joseph Stroud, son of John Stroud Sr. originally of Natick, MA and his second wife, Abigail (Nabby) Taylor Bates-Stroud.
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« Reply #43 on: July 07, 2012, 05:50:08 PM »

As for the Charles Strouds of Madison Co, NY, I was not aware of your supposition that you posted that he was related to John Stroud Sr of Natick, MA. I had done a lot of earlier research 12-15 years ago with several cousins, some of whom are no longer (sadly to say), and some whom have since deemed fit to attribute my Charles T. Stroud as being descended from Barnard Stroud (another incorrect link in the sea of dis-information on my line of MA Strouds, sadly). Ant any rate...

The PIONEER SETTLERS of Madison Co., NY says that Charles Stroud Sr. came from VT with his parents as a young boy. I ruled out John Stroud's brother William as being his grandfather, as they all moved to OH. I ruled out John Stroud's son Charles T. as the father, as he had a known son Charles Taylor, and they lived farther north in NY and later in OH. I also ruled out John Stroud's son William, as he moved to Willsboro NY with his family early on. So that left John Jr and Joseph (sons of John Sr or Natick, MA) as potential fathers of this Charles of Lenox, NY.

John Stroud Jr's youngest son Sylvanus was born in NY in 1812, so they moved there at some time just after 1810 where he was listed as living in Clarksburg, MA and/or nearby Stamford, VT. My research on the grist mill that John Stround Sr. owned in Clarksburg, MA shows that the mill was located in what was called no-man's land between the two states and between Clarksburg and Stamford. So the land it was on may have been registered as either or both at different times (the land deeds for the two John Strouds circa 1800 are confusing, and there was John Stroud III that stayed in that area as well). It is also possible that Charles was the oldest son of Joseph, as Joseph marries about 1810 and is listed as living in Paris, NY in 1820. That is very near Lenox, NY.

Anyway, that was where I was until this year when I came across the Elam & Franklin Gowdy family history that has information on the family of John Stroud Jr. in NY state. That says that Lucy Stroud Gowdy was the daughter of John Stroud, once of VT, and that her brother was Charles Stroud and that he was the superintendant of the Erie Canal (the same Charles Stroud of Lenox, NY). That article says that John Stroud had 5 sons, two of whom were representatives in the state of VT, so it is quite clear that this Charles Stroud was the son of John Stroud Jr. and the grandson of John Stroud Sr. of Natick, MA, VT, MA and later of NY. And to connect the dots, that makes him the half-nephew of my Charles T. Stroud (if you agree that John II and William Stroud were the sons of John Stroud Sr. by his first wife, Elizabeth Smith, as I believe they were).

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« Reply #44 on: July 07, 2012, 07:24:57 PM »

Oh, and there is this for more corroberation on John Stroud Jr's family in NY, connecting Charles Stroud of Lennox to his brother Ira in VT:

From: Leading Citizens of Madison County
CHARLES E. STROUD, a worthy descendant of a pioneer farmer of the town of Lenox, was born May 28, 1832, in Madison County, N.Y., son of Charles and Dardena Stroud. His paternal grandfather migrated from Vermont to this part of New York State when the country was new to white settlers. Buying land and building a humble log cabin, he entered on a farmer's life of the most primitive simplicity in the town of Lenox, where he reared a large family, all now deceased but one, Ira Stroud, who lives in the State of Vermont.
  Charles Stroud was but a small boy at the time of his father's removal to this State. He was reared in the town of Lenox, and became a prominent man, known all over the State as a contractor, much employed on government works. The bridges of the New York Central Railroad in this vicinity were built by him, and he was for a number of years Superintendent of the Erie Canal. He owned a farm in Lenox of over six hundred acres. He married and had eight children, two of whom are now living: Charles E., the eldest; and Seward H., a farmer of Canastota. The names of those who died are: Mrs. Eliza Corson, at the age of sixty-five; Albro B., sixty years; Sarah Ann, Mrs. John O. Corson, forty years; Perry G., at fifty-five; Ira, aged eighteen; Adelaide, at the age o£ seven. The father died at Canastota, after reaching the age of eighty-one. He was Supervisor in the town of Lenox for three terms, and was a Whig in politics. He and his wife, Dardena, were consistent and devoted members of the Methodist Episcopal church. Mrs. Stroud was born in New York State, and died in Canastota, at the age of eighty-three years. Her father was a soldier in the War of 1812.
  Charles E. Stroud was brought up in the town of Lenox, and attended various schools, district and select, completing his studies in the seminary at Cazenovia. Until he was twenty years old he assisted his father on the farm. When he became of age, he started out for himself, and went to the West, where he remained five years, engaged in mercantile business, hotel-keeping, and farming in the States of Wisconsin and Illinois. Returning to New York State about the year 1857, he bought a farm of seventy-seven acres in the town of Lenox. In the course of the next few years he bought and sold different farms, but has now finally settled on the one he bought in 1866, consisting of sixty acres of arable land, on which fine crops of corn, wheat, oats, and hops are raised. He also has a dairy, his cows being of the famous Holstein breed.
  In 1852 Mr. Stroud married Miss Sarah P. Benson, a native of England, who died July 18, 1888, leaving one son. He again married July 30, 1890, his bride being Mrs. Eliza Hughes, born in Wales. Charles H., son of our subject, is a railroad engineer, whose home is in Syracuse. In his politics Mr. Stroud is a firm supporter of the Republican party. He belongs to the Congregational church, and is a member of Sullivan Lodge, No. 148, A. F. & A. M. He is a man of more than ordinary intelligence, whose mind has been quickened by contact with the world, who in his varied experiences in different parts of the country has acquired a fund of interesting and valuable information. The name he bears is an honorable one in the records of the county.
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« Reply #45 on: July 07, 2012, 07:35:31 PM »

Lucy Stroud Gowdy seems to be the key in the connection of this side of the family. I found this today looking for her online:

From: "Franklin GOWDY - Portrait and Biographical Record,"
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 His parents,Elam and Lucy (STROUD) GOWDY, were
 long-time residents of the Empire State,but the father,a native New
 Englander,was born in Connecticut,October 20, 1788.
 
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 The maternal great-grandfather of our subject, John STROUD, was a man of
 great strength of character and steadfast resolution. He served with
 Washington in the war of the Revolution and afterward made his home in the
 Green Mountain State, where the maternal grandfather, John STROUD,Jr., was
 born, and at a good old age died.The STROUDS were people of position in new
 England,and some of the mother's family were members of the Legislature.One
 of the sons of Grandfather STROUD was born,reared,and died at the good old
 age of eighty-five,upon the same farm,having spent his four-score years and
 five without a single removal from the homestead.The parents of our subject
 were devout members of the Baptist Church,but two of the great-uncles of
 Mr. GOWDY,brothers of the paternal grandfather,were ministers,preaching in
 the Universalist Church.
 
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« Reply #46 on: July 07, 2012, 09:50:23 PM »

This is all the secondary information I mentioned before.  There is still another that lists all the sons, but says the grandfather was George Stroud of Sherborn.  My only point was that it would be good to have DNA to back up all this secondary information.

I did find one deed that puts John in Madison County, so that is one bit of a primary source.

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« Reply #47 on: July 08, 2012, 04:30:31 AM »

Well, if you are looking for bullet-proof Stroud genealogy in post Rev. War NY state, you are likely never going to find it. The fire in Albany destroyed most NY state records for that era, and another fire that burned the Stroud house down in Willsboro, NY destroyed much of the personal family records.  

The Gowdy Genealogy was written when Ira was still alive, so I give it more credit than being secondary. I give more credit to the NY history data as well, but that can be contradictory, as seen in Hudson-Mohawk Genealogical and Family Memoirs that lists John Stroud Jr as the son of George. I have many copies of deeds and documents from the Stamford/Clarksburg area, some of which show John listed as Jr., and hense his father was not a George, but a John Sr. There are many conflicting views on my line of Strouds, and even with a line proved by DNA through N. B. Storud to William of Natick, there remain persistant genealogies linking N. B. and his father Charles T. Stroud to Barnard Stroud, Daniel Stroud, and other original emigrant Strouds. Geneaological disinformation pervades this line.

I do not know of any living male descendants of my particular Stroud line, and hence I cannot offer the DNA proof as you would like to have it. Nor is there any source of bullet-proof documented evidence for several key generations in my Stroud line. I have requested copies of the mysterious Stroud Bible with the entries of the second family of John Stroud Sr. with the widow Abigail (Taylor) Bates, but those requests have gone unanswered. I have convinced myself of the lineage given the evidence that I have uncovered, but it is not proof positive. I do not do genealogy to join societies or the like, nor for religous reasons to seal them for eternity. I collect my ancestors for their stories and to see how I got to be where I am today from a former generation perspective. As such, I do not have to have immutable evidence for my building own personal family history. I can live with the holes and gaps in my genealogy data. 'If it quacks like a duck, it is probably a duck' is my basic genealogy premise. My other premise is that you have to take genealogy with a rather large shovel full of salt.
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« Reply #48 on: August 22, 2013, 12:29:00 PM »

My husband, Jeffrey Dane Stroud, has Stroud on both his great grandparents. His great grandfather, Rodom Jefferson Stroud and Rachel Armita Williams both descend from William Stroud and Margaret Rose. How would I show that? Rachel is the grand daughter of Merrit Stroud and Prudence L Gatewood. Rodom "Jeff" Stroud is the grandson of John Stroud and Rosamond Rosie Green (which is Merrit's parents) :/
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« Reply #49 on: August 23, 2013, 01:17:05 AM »

Here goes... I hope I did this right...

William Stroud
Birth 1700 in Bristol Parish, Prince George, Virginia, USA
Death 1 Feb 1783 in Lincoln, North Carolina, USA
Married - Margaret Rose - Birth 1702 in Brunswick, Brunswick, Virginia, USA
                                      Death 1752 in Lincoln, North Carolina, USA
Peter Stroud
Birth 1730 in Sturgeons Run, Brunswick, Virginia, USA
Death 1790 in Muddy Creek, Burke, North Carolina, USA
Marriage 1758 in Orange, North Carolina, USA to Naomi

Jesse Stroud
Birth 1758 in Orange, North Carolina, USA
Death 1834 in Weakley, Tennessee, USA
Marriage 1792 in Burke, North Carolina, USA to Naomi *(John Stroud's mother)
Marriage 1810 in Dickson, Tennessee, USA to Tabitha Hicks

John Stroud
Birth 1784 in Burke, North Carolina, USA
Death 1850 in Williamson, Tennessee, USA
Marriage 1809 in Burke, North Carolina, USA to Rosamond Rosie Green

John Stroud
Birth ABT 1828 in Tennessee
Death AFT 1910 in Texas
Marriage 1850 in Tennessee to Lucy Elizabeth Ensey

Rodom Jefferson Stroud
Birth ABT 1868 in Texas
Death 16 Dec 1943 in Kildare, Cass County, Texas
Marriage 11 Feb 1889 in Wise, Texas to Rachel Arminta Williams *(see her lineage, she is the grandaughter of Merritt Stroud)

Von Dulus Stroud
Birth 28 Feb 1895 in Texas, USA
Death 18 Apr 1980 in Henderson, Rusk, Texas, USA
Marriage 22 Dec 1922 in Shreveport, Caddo, Louisiana, USA to Vera Moore
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William Stroud
Birth 1700 in Bristol Parish, Prince George, Virginia, USA
Death 1 Feb 1783 in Lincoln, North Carolina, USA
Married - Margaret Rose - Birth 1702 in Brunswick, Brunswick, Virginia, USA
                                      Death 1752 in Lincoln, North Carolina, USA
Peter Stroud
Birth 1730 in Sturgeons Run, Brunswick, Virginia, USA
Death 1790 in Muddy Creek, Burke, North Carolina, USA
Marriage 1758 in Orange, North Carolina, USA to Naomi

Jesse Stroud
Birth 1758 in Orange, North Carolina, USA
Death 1834 in Weakley, Tennessee, USA
Marriage 1792 in Burke, North Carolina, USA to Naomi *(John Stroud's mother)
Marriage 1810 in Dickson, Tennessee, USA to Tabitha Hicks

John Stroud
Birth 1784 in Burke, North Carolina, USA
Death 1850 in Williamson, Tennessee, USA
Marriage 1809 in Burke, North Carolina, USA to Rosamond Rosie Green

Merrit Stroud
Birth 1819 in Coffee, Tennessee, USA
Death 23 March 1877 in Fordland, Webster, Missouri, USA
Married Prudence Leta Gatewood

Elizabeth Ann "Betsy" Stroud
Birth Sep 1847 in Tennessee, USA
Death Before 1910 in Lamar County, Texas, USA
Marriage 18 Jan 1874 in Christian County, Missouri, USA to William Rice Williams

Rachel Arminta Williams
Birth 25 Aug 1875 in Dallas, Webster County, Missouri, USA
Death 07 Dec 1935 in Brazoria, Texas
Marriage 11 Feb 1889 in Wise, Texas to Rodom Jefferson Stroud

Von Dulus Stroud
Birth 28 Feb 1895 in Texas, USA
Death 18 Apr 1980 in Henderson, Rusk, Texas, USA
Marriage 22 Dec 1922 in Shreveport, Caddo, Louisiana, USA to Vera Moore
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