3 edition of In search of the Strode orphans found in the catalog.
In search of the Strode orphans
David C. McMurtry
Includes bibliographical references (p. 163-167) and index.
|Statement||by David C. McMurtry, Michael L. Kallam, Kerry Ross O"Boran.|
|Contributions||Kallam, Michael L., O"Boran, Kerry Ross.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.S9255 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 252 p. :|
|Number of Pages||252|
|LC Control Number||98218690|
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In search of the Strode orphans: the ancestry of Edward Strode, Jeremiah Strode, Samuel Strode, and Martha (Strode) Bryan David C. McMurtry, Michael L. Kallam, Kerry Ross O'Boran Mil-Mac Publishers, - Reference - pages.
In search of the Strode orphans the ancestry In search of the Strode orphans book Edward Strode, Jeremiah Strode, Samuel Strode, and Martha (Strode) Bryan by David C. McMurtry.
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[David Cornelius McMurtry; Michael L Kallam; Kerry Ross O'Boran] -- Ancestors and descendants of Edward Strode, Jeremiah Strode, Samuel Strode, and Martha (Strode) Bryan who were orphaned at sea enroute to Pennsylvania in the late 's.
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[David C McMurtry; Michael L Kallam; Kerry Ross O'Boran] -- This phamlet concerns Martha Strode and her three brothers, who were orphaned when their parents "died st sea" before reaching the Port of Philadelphia in the late 's. Books; Wiki; View All Pages Share.
In search of the Strode orphans: The ancestry of Edward Strode, Jeremiah Strode, Samuel Strode, and Martha (Strode) Bryan. Title No Creator McMurtry, David Cornelius, Kallam, Michael L. O'Boran, Kerry Ross Language. In search of the Strode orphans by David C. McMurtry; 1 edition; Subjects: Family, Genealogy; Places: England; People: Stroud family, Edward Strode (b.
McMurtry, David Cornelius; Kerry Ross O'Boran; and Michael L Kallam. In search of the Strode orphans: The ancestry of Edward Strode, Jeremiah Strode, Samuel Strode, and Martha (Strode) Bryan.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : David C McMurtry, Michael L Kallam, Kerry Ross O'Boran. Edward Strode’s estate was granted to George Strode, next of kin, and the orphans were bound out near the Strodes in Chester County, Pennsylvania until they were of legal age. In the mids the orphan Edward Strode, having reached legal age, made his way to Berkeley County, Virginia with his sister and her husband Morgan Bryan.
In search of the Strode orphans the ancestry of Edward Strode, Jeremiah Strode, Samuel Strode, and Martha (Strode) Bryan, David C. McMurtry, Michael L.
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Descendants and relatives of the Strode--Stroud families in five groups: George Strode of Chester County, Pennsylvania; Barnard Strout of Hunterdon County, New Jersey; the Virginia-Kentucky family descended from four immigrant orphans (William, George, Samuel and Edward); Richard Stroud of New London, Connecticut; and Thomas Strode of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
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McMurtry. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for bookloversAuthor: David C. McMurtry. Mil-Mac Publishers, Zandale Drive, Lexington, Ky. Printed inthis is the first of two II will deal with the nine children of Morgan and Martha Strode Bryan and some of their should be available in From "In Search of the Strode Orphans", McMurty, Kallam & O'Boran,pp.
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