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The Alloway history of a Strange family

by Harold Jay Alloway
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Derby, Kansas : H.J. Alloway, c1994
xvi, 282 p. : port. in color

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Family history and descendants of John Alloway Strange, Sr. (1727-1811), wbo was probably born in Virginia. He died in Fluvanna Co., Va. He married (1) Ann Mitchell (1727-ca. 1781), daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Mitchell, Jr. She was born in New Kent Co., Va. They had eight children born in Virginia. He married (2) 1782 in Fluvanna County, Va., Mildred (Milley) Ann Barnett (1751-1837), daughter of John Barnett, Sr. They had four children born in Fluvanna Co., Va. Two grandsons of John Alloway Strange and Ann Mitchell and sons of Abraham Alloway Strange (ca. 1757-1815) and Mary A. (Mollie) Moore (1758-1842) namely, John S. (1781-11863) and Abraham T. (1792/93-aft. 1870) used surname Alloway. Descendants live in Kansas, Iowa, Oklahoma, Kentucky, Virginia, Indiana, North Carolina and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes Alloway/Strange and allied families.

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