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Strother family genealogical papers

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Kenan Research Center at the Atlanta History Center. 130 West Paces Ferry Road, Atlanta, GA 30305. 404.814.4040. reference@atlantahistorycenter.com
Creator: Strother, Arthur P., 1875-1945
Creator: Strother, Arthur Pryor, 1908-1994
Title: Strother family genealogical papers
Dates: 1700-1990, undated
Quantity: 22.8 linear ft. (47 document cases, 5 oversize boxes, and 1 map folder)
Identification: ahc.MSS941

Biographical/Historical Note

The Strother family line in the United States originates with William Strother (1630-1702) who settled in what is now King George County, Virginia, near the town of Conway. He married Dorothy Savage (1631-1681) and together they had six sons: William (1652-1746), James, Jeremiah (1703-1741), Robert (1679-1735), Benjamin (1670-1752), and Joseph (1684-1763). This collection was primarily compiled by Arthur P. Strother, Sr. (1875-1945) and his son Arthur P. Strother, Jr. (1908-1994), although the collection was started by Henry Strother (1829-1908), the father of Arthur Strother, Sr. Henry Strother was the great-grandson of Jeremiah Strother.


Scope and Content Note

These papers consist of pedigree charts, correspondence, notebooks, genealogical publications, and other research materials. The papers were largely compiled by Arthur P. Strother, Sr. (1875-1945) and his son, Arthur P. Strother, Jr. (1908-1994) in their efforts to document genealogical information about the Strother family and associated family lines in the United States and Europe.


Arrangement

This collection is arranged in four series: 1) Pedigree Charts, 2) Correspondence, 3) A. P. Strother, Sr.'s notebooks, and 4) Research files.


Index Terms

Breathitt family
Genealogy
Genealogy--Societies, etc.
Strother family
Strother, Henry

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Strother family genealogical papers, MSS 941, Kenan Research Center at the Atlanta History Center.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Gift, 1998 and subsequent additions.

Description Control

This collection was reprocessed in 2013.


Restrictions

Conditions Governing Access

This collection is open for research.

Conditions Governing Reproduction and Use

Unpublished manuscripts are protected by copyright. All requests to publish, quote, or reproduce must be submitted through the Kenan Research Center.


Container List

 

Series I. Pedigree charts, 1936-1976, undated

10.8 Linear feet (26 document cases)
This series consists of pedigree charts compiled by Arthur Pryor Strother, Jr. and to a lesser extent Arthur Pryor Strother, Sr.. They contain geneaological information about the Strother line and other related families. The Strothers compiled geneaological information in pedigree charts in multiple ways. Some pedigree charts are organized under a family surname, such as Thornton, Browning, Culpepper, and Strother. Other pedigree charts are organized according to census dates, country, or an alphabetical listing of surnames. Information in the pedigree charts includes marriages, birth and death dates, and a listing of children according to family surname. The Strothers developed a coding system consisting of letters and numbers that appear throughout the records in the series. They used the numbers 1, 2, and 3 which represent William Strother's (ca. 1630-1702) three sons. The letters reflect the number of children the sons had. For instance, if the first son had 5 children, they would be represented as 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D, and 1E. The numbers were used to match up specific descendents of the Strother line to a particular offspring of William Strother. The Strothers complied these pedigree charts in pursuit of thier avocation of tracing the Strother family line.

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111ABDE to 1ABDJDIC copy from Stother pedigree charts, undated
22-6 Thornton 1 of 3, undated
32-6 Thornton 2 of 3, undated
42-6 Thornton 3 of 3, undated
545 Browning #1 1 of 3, undated
645 Browning #1 2 of 3, undated
745 Browning #1 3 of 3, undated

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2145 Browning #2 1 of 2, undated
245 Browning #2 2 of 2, undated
345 Browning index 1 of 2, undated
445 Browning index 2 of 2, undated
51850 census A to E 1 of 2, 1936

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311850 census A to E 2 of 2, 1936
21850 census ARK F-Me 1 of 2, undated
31850 census ARK F-Me 2 of 2, undated
41870 census 1 of 2, undated
51870 census 2 of 2, undated

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41Anon. names, undated
2C-D 1 of 3, undated
3C-D 2 of 3, undated
4C-D 3 of 3, undated
5Charts 1, undated
6Charts 2, undated
7Charts 3, undated
8Charts misc., 1969

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51Charts: A-G 1 of 2, undated
2Charts: A-G 2 of 2, undated
3Charts: H-O 1 of 2, undated
4Charts: H-O 2 of 2, undated
5Charts: P-Z 1 of 2, undated

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61Charts: P-Z 2 of 2, undated
2Copy of “Strother notebook”, undated
3Culpepper vol. I 1 of 2, undated
4Culpepper vol. I 2 of 2, undated
5Culpepper vol. II 1 of 2, undated
6Culpepper vol. II 2 of 2, undated
7E-H 1 of 3, undated

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71E-H 2 of 3, undated
2E-H 3 of 3, undated
3England, other families 1 of 2, undated
4England, other families 2 of 2, undated

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81English Strother, undated
2English Strothers, undated
3Enoch G. Strother Sulphor Rock Strothers, undated
4Family tree: A-Ba, undated
5Family tree: Be-By 1 of 2, undated

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91Family tree: Be-By 2 of 2, undated
2Family tree: C-D 1 of 2, undated
3Family tree: C-D 2 of 2, undated
4Family tree: E-F 1 of 2, undated
5Family tree: E-F 2 of 2, undated

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101Family tree: F-Q (the end) 1 of 2, undated
2Family tree: F-Q (the end) 2 of 2, undated
3France, individuals in 1 of 2, undated
4France, individuals in 2 of 2, undated
5Heard. Hosea. Strother., undated
6I-Mc 1 of 2, undated

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111I-Mc 2 of 2, undated
2Index of names 1 of 3, undated
3Index of names 2 of 3, undated
4Index of names 3 of 3, undated
5Index other families, undated

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121M-P 1 of 2, undated
2M-P 2 of 2, undated
3Marriages, undated
4Misc, undated
5Misc., undated
6Notes-England save 1 of 2 39WG 3XJ, undated
7Notes-England save 2 of 2 39WG 3XJ, undated

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131No. 7-15 (less 11) 1 of 2, undated
2No. 7-15 (less 11) 2 of 2, undated
3No. 11 1 of 2, undated
4No. 11 2 of 2, undated
5No. 12-Breathed, undated
6No. 16 1 of 2, undated

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141No. 16 2 of 2, undated
2No. 16-Capet, undated
3No. 17 1 of 2, undated
4No. 17 2 of 2, undated
5No. 17-Wales 1 of 2, undated
6No. 17-Wales 2 of 2, undated

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151No. 18 to 38 (less no. 27) 1 of 2, undated
2No. 18 to 38 (less no. 27) 2 of 2, undated
3No. 27 1 of 2, undated
4No. 27 2 of 2, undated
5No. 39-49 1 of 2, undated

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161No. 39-49 2 of 2, undated
2No. 50-63 1 of 2, undated
3No. 50-63 2 of 2, undated
4No. 64-75 1 of 2, undated
5No. 64-75 2 of 2, undated

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171No. 76-84 1 of 2, undated
2No. 76-84 2 of 2, undated
3No. 85-94 1 of 2, undated
4No. 85-94 2 of 2, undated
5No. 95-116 1 of 2, undated
6No. 95-116 2 of 2, undated

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181No. 117-145 1 of 2, undated
2No. 117-145 2 of 2, undated
3No. 147-162 (less 153) (no.146 missing) 1 of 2, undated
4No. 147-162 (less 153) (no.146 missing) 2 of 2, undated
5No. 156, undated

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191No. 163-182 1 of 2, undated
2No. 163-182 2 of 2, undated
3No. 183-199 1 of 2, undated
4No. 183-199 2 of 2, undated
5No. 200-229 1 of 2, undated

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201No. 200-229 2 of 2, undated
2No. 230-254 1 of 2, undated
3No. 230-254 2 of 2, undated
4No. 225-281 1 of 2, undated
5No. 225-281 2 of 2, undated

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211No. 282-314 1 of 2, undated
2No. 282-314 2 of 2, undated
3No. 315-352 1 of 2, undated
4No. 315-352 2 of 2, undated
5No. 353-399 1 of 2, undated

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221No. 353-399 2 of 2, undated
2No. 400-434 1 of 2, undated
3No. 400-434 2 of 2, undated
4No. 435-484 1 of 2, undated
5No. 435-484 2 of 2, undated
6No. 485-531 1 of 2, undated

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231No. 485-531 2 of 2, undated
2No. 532-554, undated
3Old index 1 of 2, undated
4Old index 2 of 2, undated
5Pedigree from George Strother by APS. Sr., undated
6Pedigree of A.P.S. Jr. chart, undated
7Q-S 1 of 3, undated

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241Q-S 2 of 3, undated
2Q-S 3 of 3, undated
3Records of other (not Strother) families, undated
4Strother, undated
5Strother and other family charts, undated
6Strother family notebook compiled by A.P. Strother, Sr. and A.P. Strother, Jr., undated
7Strother index 1 of 2, undated

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251Strother index 2 of 2, undated
2Strother-charts 1 of 2, undated
3Strother-charts 2 of 2, undated
4T 1 1 of 2, undated
5T 1 2 of 2, 1976
6T 2 1 of 3, undated

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261T 2 2 of 3, undated
2T 2 3 of 3, undated
3The William Strother Society, Inc’s Strother family notebook, undated
4W-Z 1 of 4, undated
5W-Z 2 of 4, undated
6W-Z 3 of 4, undated
7W-Z 4 of 4, undated
 

Series II. Correspondence, 1700-1999, undated

4.0 Linear feet (6 document cases and 4 oversize boxes)
This series contains correspondence by and to Arthur P. Strother, Sr, his brother Henry Strother, and Arthur P. Strother, Jr. The majority of the correspondence originated from individuals interested in learning about their family's genealogy who would write to the Strothers about a family member and their possible connection to the Strother line. Many of the replies from the Strothers are included in the series. The Strothers also wrote to distant relatives and other people in the United States and Europe who they believed could supplement information about the Strother line. The Strothers would contact individuals who shared the Strother name to inquire if they shared the same ancestry and would ask them to send as much information on their family as they could. Other correspondence is between Arthur P. Strother, Jr. and representatives of the Sons of the American Revolution in reference to his application to the group, and activities the group sponsored. Additional correspondence is between Arthur P. Strother, Jr. and his more immediate relatives in which they wrote about their daily lives as well as their genealogical pursuits. The correspondence is arranged alphabetically by correspondent and indexed according to the family name referenced therein.

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271Aunspaugh, Mougow, correspondences related to the Aunspaugh family, 1956 View online.
2Baker, Brenda, correspondences related to the Strother family, the Stubblefield family, the Frizzell family, the Jovelan family, the Britton family, and the Johnston family, 1976 View online.
3Barber, W. Bernard, correspondences related to The Arkansas Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, 1983 View online.
4Banks, Nancy (Mrs. P. L. Mann), correspondences related to the Banks family, the Strother family, the Bruce family, the Ellis family, the Evans family, and the Anatin family, 1923 View online.
5Basore, Joe N., correspondences related to The Arkansas Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, 1976 View online.
6Bauer, Nancy Lou, correspondences related to the Bauer family, the Strother family, the Schneider family, and the Bader family, 1966 View online.
7Bell, Olive McCaskell, correspondences related to the Clan MacLeod Society, U.S.A., Inc., 1983 View online.
8Bizzell, David W., correspondences related to Des Arc, Arkansas, 1940 View online.

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MSS OS Box 2.4451Blair, Alexander, correspondence related to the Alexander family, Dow family, Preston family, Madison family, Strother family, Savage family, Thornton family, and Watts family, 1934 View online.

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279Breathett, Gov. unknown, correspondences related to the McColla Family, 1883 View online.

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MSS OS Box 2.4452Browning, Rubin & Sally, correspondence related to the Browning family, Ingraham family, Sutton family, Duncan family, Covington family, and Kennerley family, 1829 View online.

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2710Browning, Mrs. Way E., correspondences related to the Jennings family, the Browning family, the Strother family, the Dobney family, and correspondence from Virginia Longly related to the Strother family, and the Dabney family, 1878-1888 View online.
11Caldwell, W. W. “Bill,” correspondences related to The Arkansas Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, 1978 View online.
12Chesnutt, N.P., correspondences related to the Strother family, the Frye family, the Kern family, and the Berry family, 1982 View online.
13Christner, C. H., correspondences related to the Hathaway family and the Poole family, 1922 View online.
14Christner, Jean (Mrs. Richard Caton “R. C.” Losh), correspondences related to the Christner family, the English family, the Gunn family, the Strother family, and the Losh family, 1956 View online.
15Christner, Sally Ann (Mrs. Franklin Mellville “F.E.” English), correspondences related to the Strother family, the Spencer family,the English family, the Christner family, the Losh family, and the Taylor family, 1942-1944 View online.
16Church, V.B.W., correspondences related to the Strother family, 1951-1954 View online.
17Church, William T., correspondences related to the North Little Rock Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution and the Aunspaugh family, 1983 View online.
18Davis, Lois Strother, correspondences related to the William Strother Society, 1990 View online.
19Davis, Lois Strother and Donna Strother, correspondences related to the Strother reunion, 1989 View online.
20Deatherage, Marilyn, correspondences related to the Deatheridge family, the Strother family, the Dabney family, the Eastham family, the Calvert family, and the Thorne family, 1992 View online.
21Dhonau, Robert W., correspondences related to The Arkansas Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, 1983 View online.
22Faulhaber, G.L., correspondences related to the Strother family, 1916 View online.
23Fillmore, Bess (Mrs. Paul E. Fillmore, Sr.), correspondences related to the Strother family, the Cook family, the Cheek family, the Smelser family, the Harden family, the Miller family, the Blankenship family, the Green family, the Oliver family, and the Reynolds family, 1985-1990 View online.
24Ford, William Warner, correspondences related to the Strother family, 1985 View online.
25Freedman, Frances (Mrs. Lester), correspondences related to the Strother family, 1956 View online.
26Ghrist, Jeannine Y., correspondences related to the Spillman family, the Rockafellow family, and the Cross family, 1922 View online.

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MSS OS Box 2.4453Granberry, Mrs. Marguerite, 1927-1935 View online.

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2727Gray, Jack K., correspondences related to the Searcy Chapter Sons of the American Revolution, 1983 View online.
28Green, Bettye M. (Mrs. M. Leonard), correspondences related to the Milsap family, the Ray family, the Miller family, the Phillips family, the Mann family, the Buford family, and the Tankersley family, 1978 View online.
29Green, Robert M., correspondences related to the Wilburn family, the Green family, the Justice family, the Griggs family, the Jones family, the Hix family, the Rattan family, the Armstrong family, the Henson family, the Matthews family, and the Patter family, 1970 View online.
30Hall, Mrs. Martha H., correspondences related to the Strother family and the Goff family, undated View online.
31Harrison, Mrs. Hugh, correspondences related to the Harrison or Hairsson family, the Autry family, the Moody family, the Burgess family, and the Farabee family, 1979-1980 View online.
32Harvey, Eliza H. (Mrs. J.B.), correspondences related to the Strother family, the McClanahan family, the Lewis family, the Berry family, the Field family, the Shelby family, the William I of Newton family, the Savage family, the Thornton family, the French family, the Newman family, the Hickman family, the Johnston family, the Eglin family, the Ashford family, the Elkins family, and the Smith family, 1926 View online.
33Hayes, Mae C., correspondences related to the Searcy family and the Moreno family, 1963-1978 View online.
34Heard, Harold, correspondences related to the Heard family and the Strother family, 1973 View online.
35Hill, C. K., correspondences related to the Strother family and correspondence from A. P. Strother related to the Strother family, 1922 View online.

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281Hollingsworth, Buckner, correspondences related to the Buckner family, the Pendleton family, the Oliver family, the Strother family, the Crockett family, the Jordan family, the Kirk family, the McCay family, the Jordon family, the Huntemuller family, the Hollingsworth family, the Morton family, the Raffray family, the Simpson family, the Soloman family, the Rogers family, and the Lightfoot family, 1873-1978 View online.
2Holly, H., correspondences related to the Strother family, 1954 View online.
3Houle, Jayce, correspondences related to the McKown family, the Miller family, the Barlow family, the Hall family, the Potter family, and the Martin family, 1983 View online.
4Howell, Jim, correspondences related to the Arkansas Society Sons of the American Revolution North Little Rock Chapter, 1989-1990 View online.
5Hubbard, Martha, correspondences related to the Strother family, the Hubbard family, the Aclin/Acklin/Aceland/Ackland family, the Cardwell family, the Arnold family, the Smith family, the Sanford family, the Black family, and the Kirby family, 1990 View online.
6Hubbard, William “Bill” O., correspondences related to the Taylor family, the Darrin family, the Struther family, the Buckner family, the Clark family, the Hite family, the Rogen family, the Croghan family, the Gwathomey family, the Anderson family, the O’Fallon family, the Thurston family, the Fitzhugh family, the Rogers family, the Bullit family, the Pannil family, the Bailey family,the Dabney family, the Banks family, the Kavanaugh family, the Jones family, and the Lee family, 1992 View online.
7Hunter, John Strother, correspondences related to the Strother family, the Swinburn family, the Horton family, the Shaftoe family,the Delaval family, the Kerr family . . ., undated View online.
8James, Jo Dean, correspondences related to the Hill family, the Vestil family, the Hendrickson family, and the Carmichael family, 1988-1998 View online.

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MSS OS Box 2.4454Jennings, D., correspondence related to the Jennings family, 1832 View online.

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289Johnson, Kenneth C., correspondences related to the Arkansas Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, 1976 View online.
10Kennerly, Frederick, correspondences related to the Kennerly family, the Strother family, the Bloodsworth family, the Rall family,the Poindexter family . . ., 1818-1968 View online.
11Loyd, Mrs. Hettie Strother, correspondences related to the Strother family, 1939 View online.
12Loomes, Brian, correspondences related to the Thornton family, 1965 View online.

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MSS OS Box 2.4455Loomes, Brian, correspondence relating to the Thornton family and Strother family, 1962-1969 View online.

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2813Lyon, Kathryn, W., correspondences related to the Settle-Suttle family, the Williamson family, the Williams family, the Strother family, the Brown family, the Jordan family, the Reno family, the Whitledge family, the Waters family, the Renaut family, the Renaud family, the Anderson family, the Robinson family, the Pearson family, the Blackner family, the Walker family, the Dintleman family, the Finch family, the Fauntleroy family, the Bruce Family, and the Baker family, 1982 View online.
14McCain, Mrs. Elva, correspondences related to the Hays family, the Cunningham family, the Davenport family, the Jones family, and the Manuss family, 1999 View online.
15McGee, Mrs. W. B., correspondences related to the Webb family, the Morse family, and the Young family, undated View online.
16McGuire, Eugene C., correspondences related to the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, 1971 View online.
17McVicker, Virginia, correspondences related to the Strother family, the Meakin family, the Johnston family, the Moody family, the Shirley family, the Shannon family, the Davis family, the Kenny family, the Nafe family, the McVicker family, the Leesley family, the Long family, the Ingalls family, the Porter family, and the Stadden family, 1912 View online.
18Meakin, Sophia Strother, correspondences related to the Strother family, the Talbot family, the Wade family, the Hait family, the Smith family, the Welch family, the Hampton family, the Baker family, the Warren family, the Stennerly family, the Goodloe family, the Thornton family, the Berry family, the Woffendell family, the Johnson family, and includes correspondence from H. Strother, Geo H. Strother, and Cora Hampton, 1860-1932 View online.
19Mitchell, Mason E., correspondences related to the Arkansas Society of the Sons of the American Revolution and the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Miller family, the Mays family, the Strother family, the Calvert family, the Nicklin family, the Pendleton family, and the Taylor family, 1943-1954 View online.
20Neat, Charles, correspondences related to the Strother family, 1974 View online.
21Nielson, Sylvia T. (Mrs. L. Dick), correspondences related to the Tatershall family, 1972 View online.
22Oliver, Lloyd F., correspondences related to the Strother family, the Fussell family, the Saffell family, the Flournoy family, and the Taurus family, 1981 View online.
23Overton, Charles W., correspondences related to the Arkansas Society of the Sons of the American Revolution and the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, 1977 View online.

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MSS OS Box 2.4456Pleatout, Edward, correspondence related to the Pleatout family, 1829 View online.

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2824Potter, Jean (Mrs. Thomas Willoughby), correspondences related to the Strother family, the Coleman family, the Woodville family, the Clayton family, the Logan family, the White family, the Stackhouse family . . ., 1968 View online.
25Profio, Marie Hickman, correspondences related to the Thomas family, the Profio family, and the Hickman family, 1989-1990 View online.
26Prothro, Norman G., correspondences related to the Prothro family, the Roberson family, the Gill or Fill family, the Heggie family,the Bradly family, the Ellenberg family, the Aunspagh family, the Smith family, the Fuller family, and the Talyor family, 1985 View online.
27Putnam, Harold L., correspondences related to the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, the Strother family, the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Breathed family, and the Edwards family, 1954 View online.

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291Shea, Mrs. Jean Glen, correspondences related to the Gray family, the Slaughter family, the Strother family, and the Conyers family, 1945 View online.
2Shelton, W. Neil, correspondences related to the Strother family, the Shelton family, the Thomas family, the Quintell family, the Henderson family, and the Martin family, 1869-1990 View online.
3Shoemaker, Floyd C., correspondences related to the Spillman family, 1942 View online.
4Small, India Barnett, correspondences related to the Yancey family, the Hicks family, the Barnett family, the Brooks family, the Paulk family, the Wright family . . ., undated View online.
5Smith, May H., correspondences related to the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Noover family, the Strother family, the Roscoe family, and the Sullivan family, 1928 View online.
6Spencer, Fairfax, correspondences related to the Spencer family, the Boone family, the Sylvester family, the Dickey family, the Jacobs family, the Christner family, and the Conyers family, 1944-1946 View online.
7Staggs, Elizabeth J. (Mrs. A.E. Staggs, Jr.), correspondences related to the Jett family, the Tapp family, the Garden or Gorden family, the Owens family, the Chamberlain family, the Hundley family, the Gregory family, the Curtsinglo family, the Thurman family, the Edwards family, the Hendricks family, the McCann family, the Parkes family, the Idewkle family, the Cunningham family, the Graham family, the Green family, the Yeates family, the Hopper family, the Churchman family, the Arnold family, the Read family, the Roach family, and the Butler family, 1968 View online.
8Stephens, Wilma, correspondences related to the Breathitt family, the Whitsett (Whiteside) family, the Menus family, the Haden family, the Blakely family, and the Porter family, 1972 View online.
9Stiff, Homer L., correspondences related to the Stiff family and the Strother family, 1982 View online.
10Stockard, Emma K. Strother (Mrs. Gregory), correspondences related to the Strother family, the Tyler family, the Corbet family,the Heton family, the Swinbourne family, the Horton family, the Mere family, the Grey family, the Selby family, the Conyers family, the Savage family, the Thornton family, the Berry family, the Key family, the Kay family, the Gibson family, the Flournoy/Flourney family, the Hawkins family, the Brown family, the Hambrick family, the Brotherton family, the Wackerline family, the Dale family, the Fielding family, the Oesterly family, the Dearing family, the Williams family, the Wood family, the Bascom family, the Ellsworth family, the Vineyard family, the Lombard family, the Osmond family, the Stockard family, the Groom family, the Ward family, and the Struthers family, 1974-1988 View online.
11Street, Avondale (Mrs. Gene), correspondences related to the Aunspaugh family and the Morris family, 1956-1958 View online.
12Strother, Addir, correspondences related to the Strother family, the Bouress family, the Sullivan family, the Bowan family, the Hampton family, the Smith family, the Todd family, and the Goodlor family, 1939 View online.
13Strother, Aureba Cooper (Mrs. Hosea Buck “H.B.”), correspondences related to the Cooper family, the Strother family, the Ashton Family, the Berry family, the Berryman family, the Buckner family, the Bunburry family, the Dade family, the Fitzhugh family, the Foote family, the Fowke family, the Gray family, the Mooe family, the Jones family, the Massey family, the Pratt family, the Scott family, the Seaton family, the Short family, the Stuart family, the Stewart family, the Thornton family, the Washington family, the Mitzhugh family, the Ellis family, the Anderson family, the Townsend family, the Inks family, the Crumbly or Crimbly family, the Crumley family, the Haywood family, the Swoope family, the White family, the Robertson family, the Mason family, the Harris family, the McCarroll family, the Francisco family, the Buchanan family, the Barton family, the Totten family, the Walter family, the Grant family, the Johnson family , the Tuckers family, the Marbury family, the West family, the Scott-Harris family, the Maddox family, the Legnley family, the Moline family, the Martin family, the Hopkins family, the Lister or Lester family, the Clarke family, the Weston family, the Gorges family, the Williams family, the Penn family, the Franklin family, the Oglethorpe family, the de Leon family, the Brian-Bryan-Bryant family, the Strode family, the Boone family, the Grant family, the Hunt family, the Caldwell family, the Hunter family, the Power family, the Reagin family, the Craig family, the Allen family, the Spires family, the Turner family, the Boulton family, the Pepper family, the Smith family, the Lamkin family, the Carter family, the Hamilton family, the Fauntleroy family, the Hill family, the Lane family, the Quinn family, the Cave family, the Christy family, the Hawkins family, the Wood family, the Dinwiddle family, the Monroe family, the McBride family, the Powell family, the Gibbs family, the Gibson family, the Wright family, the Slavin family, the Rice family, the Maupin family, the McClure family, the Mills family, the Arnold famliy, the Baker family, the Bennett family, Berkebile family, the Henry family, the Jewell family, the Lenoir family, the Wilson family, the Stone family, the Rutherford family, the Cuniff family, the Betz family, the Brown family, the Haden family, the Goodwin family, the Little family, the McCay family, the Richardson family, the Starns family, the Stulls family, the Kemper family,the Pemberton family, the Lynes family, the Phillips family, the Hayes family, the Robinson family, the Hays family, the Weir family, the Rowley family, the Cole family, the Richters family, the Glover family, the Shorb family, the Donahue family, the Davis family, the Sappington family, the Salgar family, the Troxall family, the Finks family, the Messimer family, Whitcomb family, the Barger family, the Kohendarfer family, the Krisch family, the Strother family, the Savage family, the Kinnerley family, the Freueu family, the Coleman family, the Buster family, the Baldwin family, the Werriee family, the Turnage family, the Donoho family, the Chamness family, the Looney-Luney-Loonie-Luhnie family, the McGillewney family, the Harmon family, the Helston or Holstein family, the Rhea family, the Renfro family, the McClellan family, the Weisinger family, the Willis family, the Davis family, the Steger family, the Chilton family, the Cox family, the Bradford family, the Hutchinson family, the Allerton family, the Alden family, the Mullins family, the Billington family, the Brewster famlily, the Cooe family, the Doty family, the Eaton family, the Fuller family, the Howland family, the Tilley family, the Crackstone family, the Carver family, the Wares-Weirs family, the Wilcox-Wilcoxen family, the Burr family, the Gunn family, the Miles family, the Bell family, the Hooks family, the Lee Family, the Howell family, the Tillman family, the Rodden family, the Corry family, the Pumphrey family, the Matthes family, the Collins family, the Moore family, the Farrow or Farrar family, the Waters family, the Morris family, the Logan family, the Porter family, the Carson family, the Tyler family, the Lawrence family, the Kuykendall family, the Morrison family, the Helms family, the Dixon family, the McReynold family, the Howard family, the Station family, the McCoy family, the Pendley family, the Sharp family, the Hobson family, the Crittenden family, the Work family, the Breathett family, the Crow family, the Edwards family, the Bibb family, the Metcalf family, Van Zant family, the Chenoweth family, the Barnes family, the Ross family, the Dewees family, the Drake family, the Talkbot family, the Hood family, the Maxey family, the Ewing family, the Summer family, the Davidson family, the Haneley family, the Kemels family, the Sullivent family, the Whitaker Family, the Shroads family, the Brandon family, the Ramsey family, the Buffington family, the Bruner family, the Stuckey family, the Sharke family, the Burgett family, the Charles family, the Lester family, the Byrd family, the Green family, the Slaughter family, the Buck family, the Alrid or Allred family, the Glenn family, the Kemp family, the Goodloe family, the Felts or Feltz family, the Perry family, the Sullivan family, the High family, the Vaden family, the Marchbanks family, the Shepherd family, the Sevealt family, the Cook family, the Rascoe family, the Cruthcfield family, the Waller family, the Cindaelder family, the Black family, the Jeffoctt (Westover) family, the Ferguson family,the Russell family, the Ross family, the Botts family, the Perkins family, and the Keel family, 1961-1966 View online.
14Strother, A.P, correspondences related to the Strother family, 1974 View online.
15Strother, A. T., correspondences related to the Strother family, the Marchbanks family, the Rascoe family, the Black family, the Kemp family, the Perry family, the Sullivan family, the High family, the Crutchfield family, the Hooten family, Ewing family, the Robertson family, the Hampton family, the Vaden family, the Sheppard family, the Swett family, and the Cook family, 1943 View online.
16Strother, Ben M., correspondences related to the Strother family, 1927-1969 View online.
17Strother, Diane, correspondences related to the Strother family, the Tauras family, the Elliot family, the Willis family, the McDaniel family, the Bundicks family, the Fowler family, the Pelt family, the Roberts family, the Sigler family, the Cloud family, the Laird family, the Podevin family, the Odom family, the Paul family, the Young family, the Duplechain family, the Johnson familly, the Hollier family, the Brasher family, the Parent family, the Fuselier family, the Guillame family . . ., 1982-1983 View online.
18Strother, Edward L., correspondences related to the Strother family, the Savage family, the Kemp family, the Fussell family, the Durham family, the Robinett family, the Young family, the Brewster family, the Harris family, the Hiser family, the Burns family, the Gilbert family, the Breaux family, the Horn family, the Herlon family, the Hawkenbery family, the Garbery family, the Hull family, the Hayes family, the Jackson family, the Senften family, the Grubbs family, the Powell family, the Sikes family, the Lord family, the Holley family, the Moncrief family, the Roundtree family, the Hardy family, the Gardner family, the Smith family, the Sanford family, the Wilson family, the Wright family, the Miller family, the Johnson family, the Patterson family, the Adcock family, the Lester family, the Taylor family, the Cook family, the Cox family, the Gillum family, the Hoss family, the Plummer family, and the Smitherman family, 1986 View online.
19Strother, Edwin “Ed” and Ada, correspondences related to the Strother family, the Boyton family, the White family, the Spencer family, the Kennerly family, the Sandoz family, the Bauer family, the Boling family, the Elmore family, the Anderson family, the Hodge family, the Head family, the Burton family, the Collins family, the Spence family, the Sterne family, the Close family, and the Christer family, 1960-1967 View online.
20Strother, Elizabeth Wright (Mrs. Jas. Herschel “J. H.”), correspondences related to the Strother family, the McMillan family, the Hardy family, the Gardner family, the Whitlow family, the Weaver family, the Wright family, the Kemp family, the Fussell family, the Goodloe family, the Murphy family, the Fritts family, the Flood family, the Bowers family, the Perry family, the Stroud family, the Black family, the Moody family, the King family, the Thompson family, the Lawler family, the Poe family, the Thornton family, the Brown family, the Savage family, the Ficklin family, the Tate family, the Johnston family, the Robinson family, the Taylor family, the Fant family, the Deathearde family, the Foushe family, the McElhiney family, the Smith family, the James family . . ., 1956-1957 View online.
21Strother, Furney Millard, correspondences related to the Strother family and the Andrews family, 1939 View online.
22Strother, G. Um. And Jno. F., correspondences related to the Strother family and the Pryor family, 1828 View online.

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2923Strother, Hattie, correspondences related to the Ledgermoor family, the Strother family, the Gambling family, the Nichols family, and the West family, 1919 View online.
24Strother, Henry, correspondences related to the Strother family, the White family, the Cooper family, the Moberly family, the Medley family, the Collins family, the Stearn family, the Meakin family . . ., 1 of 2, 1700-1959 View online.
25Strother, Henry, correspondences related to the Strother family, the White family, the Cooper family, the Moberly family, the Medley family, the Collins family, the Stearn family, the Meakin family . . ., 2 of 2, 1900-1919 View online.

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2Strother, Henry, ledger #2, 1909-1910 View online.

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301Strother, James Russell, correspondences related to the Strother family, the Jewell family, the Buckner family, and unsigned correspondence related to the Strother family, the Buckner family, the Wade family, and the Kerr family, 1978 View online.
2Strother, J. W. “Bill,” correspondences related to the Strother family, the Barnes family, the Rigley family, the Hale family, the Lucas family, the Swimm family, the Gilbert family, the Pendleton family, the Johnson family, Morris family, the Hood family, the Ratcliff family, the Peterson family, the Williams family, the Easley family, the Snidow family, the Jeffreys family, the Livescy family, and the Steger family, 1922-1969 View online.
3Strother, Joseph “Joe” Sale, correspondences related to the Strother family, the McCullough family, the Duke family, the Hanna family, the Lamb family, unsigned correspondences related to the Strother family, and correspondence from A. P. S. related to the Strother family, the Wade family, the Taylor family, the Culpepper family, the Washington family, the Madison family, the Tyler family, the Pedleton family, the Mason family, the Hancock family, the Mc.Dowell family, the Randolph family, and the Spilman family, 1938-1940 View online.
4Strother, Kenneth C., correspondences related to the Strother Family, he Root family, the Crawford family, the Warnock family, the Richards family, the Carlisle family, the Lewis family, the Alexander family, the Wade family, the Railey family, the Stradder family, the Stratton family, the Strowder family, and the Corbet family, 1992 View online.
5Strother, Martha D., correspondences related to the Strother family, the Bower family,the Smith family, the McCullough family, the Fickland family, the Duke family, the Garrett family, the McCrary family, the Rayburn family, the Henderson family, the Savage family, the Kemp family, the Green family, the Selby family, the Conyers family, the Hanna family, the McCullough family, the McDonald family, the Willis family, the Barrett family, and the Smith family, 1975-1979 View online.
6Strother, Mary B., correspondences related to the Strother family, undated View online.
7Strother, O.C., correspondences related to the Strother family, 1864 View online.
8Strother, R.G., correspondences related to the Strother family, 1977 View online.
9Strother, Richard F.A., correspondences related to the Strother family, the Coe family, the Bell family, the Greenfield family, the Mathison family . . ., 1 of 2, 1949-1988 View online.
10Strother, Richard F.A., correspondences related to the Strother family, the Coe family, the Bell family, the Greenfield family, the Mathison family . . . , 2 of 2, 1891-1988 View online.
11Strother, Richard “R.H.,” correspondences related to the Strother family, the Duncan family, the Talbott family, the Pryor family, the Penniston family, the McClellan family, the Bruce family, the Lockhart family, the Maddox family, the Owen family, the Kennerly family, the Sewel family, and the Schenck family, 1877-1907 View online.
12Strother, Runia (Mrs. Frank), correspondences related to the Strother family, the Hilton family, the Kirl family, the Coleman family, the Mabry family, the Watson family, the Kent family, the Errington (Arrington) family, the Edwards family, the Harris or Pink family, the Marble family, and correspondence from A. P. Strother, Jr. related to the Strother family, 1983 View online.
13Strother, Susie (Mrs. C. H. Christner), correspondences related to the Strother family, the Belle family, the White family, the Christner family, and the English family, 1939 View online.
14Strother, Vera Rountree (Mrs. J.C.), correspondences related to the Strother family, the Starke family, the Ashton family, the Smith family, the Wheeler family, the Fitzhugh family, the Fowke family, the Starke family, the Kenyon family, the Waddington family, the Bruce family, the Duff family, the Nash family, the Jennings family, the Moar family, the Craig family, the Effinger family, the Scott family, the Tobin family, the Beirne family, the Tams family, the Taylor family, the McKeldon family, the Price family, the Brown family, the Pendleton family, the Nicklin family, the Kaylor family, the Crane family, the Schwrar family, the Duffield family, the Moore family, the Hunter family, the Cooke family, the Dandridge family, the Kennedy family, the Wolff family, the Walker family, the Randolph family, the Jewett family, the James family, the Morton family, the Ficklin family, the Scott family, the Farguson or Fargeson family, the Stubbleson family, the Graves family, the Dabney family, the Wade family, the Pannie family, the Bayly family, the Cave family, the Kavanaugh family, the Bledsoe family, the Gaines family, the Everett family, the Rogers family, the Deatherage family, the Calvert family, the Wallis family, the Eastham family, the Slaughter family, the Coleman family, the Matthews family, the Campbell family, the Cooper family, the Petty family, the Covington family, the Kennerly family, the Hancock family, the Driver family, the Reynolds family, the Lamberson family, the Lawrence family, the Robinson family, the Boddie family, the Holson family, the Tally family, the Hubbard family, the Keys family, the Ruston family, the Farr family, the Elleche family, the Utterback family, the Rawlings family, the Pearle family, the Glascock family, the Elliot family, the Sryhock family, the Newlin family, the Medley family, the Savage family, the Stafford family, the Thornton family, the Williams famliy, the Savidge family, the Taliferro family, they Kemp family, the Baker family, the Dargon family, the Gerraed family, the Cross family, the Singleton family, the Elerby (Ellerbe) family, the Gaslespy (Gallespie) family, the Cook family, the Comprheee family, the Stephens family, the Collins family, the Locke family, the Bell family, the Halloway family, the Wilkerson family, the Ricker family, the Gray family, the Tyler family, the Weedon family, the Sheppard family, the Pope family . . ., 1958-1996 View online.

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311Strother, W. A., correspondences related to the Spilman family, the Hays family, the Marshall family, the Webb family, the Mitchell family, the Anderson family, 1910-1942 View online.
2Strother, Walter, correspondences related to the Strother family, the Widman family, and correspondence from unknown author related to the Strother family, 1937 View online.
3Strother, William, correspondences related to the Strother family, the Savage family, the Duncan family, the Coplinger family, the Lone family, and the Keller family, 1909 View online.
4Strother, William Curtis, correspondences related to the Strother family, the Evans family, the Vawter family, the Kelly family, the Tippet family, the Conner family . . ., 1900-1982 View online.
5Strother, Jr., A. P. “Art,” correspondences related to the Strother family, the Kemp family, the Pryor family, the Marshall family, the Settle family, the Baker family, the Cash family, the Prothro family . . ., 1 of 3, 1740-1989 View online.
6Strother, Jr., A. P. “Art,” correspondences related to the Strother family, the Kemp family, the Pryor family, the Marshall family, the Settle family, the Baker family, the Cash family, the Prothro family . . ., 2 of 3, 1908-1971 View online.
7Strother, Jr., A. P. “Art,” correspondences related to the Strother family, the Kemp family, the Pryor family, the Marshall family, the Settle family, the Baker family, the Cash family, the Prothro family . . ., 3 of 3, 1853-1990 View online.
8Strother, Sr., A. P., correspondences related to the Spilman family, the Kavanaugh family, the Taylor family, the Marshall family, the Clark family, the McLeod family, the Duncan family, the Strother family, the de Mannersis family, the de Manners family, the Manners family . . ., 1 of 2, 1915-1948 View online.
9Strother, Sr., A. P., correspondences related to the Spilman family, the Kavanaugh family, the Taylor family, the Marshall family, the Clark family, the McLeod family, the Duncan family, the Strother family, the de Mannersis family, the de Manners family, the Manners family . . ., 2 of 2, 1938-1985 View online.

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321Strother, Sr., French, correspondences related to the Strother family, the Calvert family, the Payne family, the Churchhill family, the Smither family, the McCullough family, the Carr family, the Smith family . . ., 1877-1909 View online.
2Strother, Sr., H. R., correspondences related to the Strother family, the Kemp family, the Bowers family, and the Perry family, undated View online.
3Strother, Sr., William Kemp “W. K.,” correspondences related to the Strother family, the Crawford family, the Blankenship family, the Jones family, the McDonald family, the Ashburne family, and the Willis family, 1940 View online.
4Stump, Tony, correspondences related to the Society of the Descendants of the Emigrant William Strother of King George, Virginia, 1988 View online.
5Sullivan, Chapman, correspondences related to the Calvert family, the Salvage family, the Kirker family, the Storther family, the Hollingsworth family, the Brown family, the Eubank family, the Finks family, the Campbell family, the Downs family, the Chapman family, the Winfield family, the Anderson family, the McCorkle familly, the Nelson family, the Freese family, the Snyder family, the Ralls family, the Crupper family, the Stone family, the Brent family, the Kring family, the Strickler family, the Brumback family, the Kauffman family, the Murphy family, the Alderson family, the Gaines family, the Forrer family, the Jeffries family, the Brooking family, and the Pendleton family, 1973-1985 View online.

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MSS OS Box 2.4459Talbot, James, 1852 View online.
8Taylor, Anna Louise, 1932-1936 View online.

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326Taylor, Walter K., correspondences related to the Browning family, the Lloyd family, the Norman family, the Demariest family, the Bywaters family, the Grigsby family, the Roat family, the Strother family, the Roberts family, the Hickman family, the Johnston family, the Duncan family, the Moore family, the Sutton family, the Hopper family, the Ingram family, the Arnold family, the Lehman family, the Gibbs Family, the Wheeler family, the Yates family, the Whitescarver family, the Bruce family, the Covington family, the Dulaney family, the Fander Family, the Bayer family, the Reid family, the Perkins family, the Terry family, the Garrell family, the Trimble family, the Fitzhugh family, the Christian family, the Johnson family, the Harris family, the Holland family, the Hall family, the Rector family, the Rhodes family, the Thompson family, the Shrum family, the Gupton family, the McReynolds family, the Smith family, the Wallace family, the Poor Family, the Herndon Family, the Morehead family, the Morrow family, the Orndoff family, the Purvis family, the McCormack family, the Hopson family, the Welborn famliy, the Noe family, the Young family, the Beauchamp family, the Grice family, and the Sigler family, 1981 View online.
7Temple, Winnie L., correspondences related to the Temple family and the Owens family, 1979 View online.
8Tinsley, W.E., correspondences related to the Lavender family, the Strother family, the White family, the Clarke family, the Bower family, the Kempe family, the Pryor family, the Broaddus family, the Gaines family, and the Tinsley family, 1983-1984 View online.
9Thompson, Dorothy, Brown (Mrs. Dale M.), correspondences related to the Madison family, the Thornton family, the Hubbard family, the Kavanaugh (Cavenaugh) family, the Browning family, the Duncan family, the Norman family, the McMurdo family, the Raleigh/Rawley family, the Strother family, the Marshall family, the Clark family, the Strode family, the Pryor family, the Taylor family, the Marr family, the Knigfcart family, the Brown family, the Gardner family, the Smith family, the Bradford family, the Talbott family, the Lane family, the King family, the Hord family, the Harding family, the Temple family, the Williams family, the Harrison family, the Cave family, the Bledsoe family, the Jones family, the McLane family, the Standiford family, the Wilde family . . ., 1939-1945 View online.
10Thornton, Ray, correspondences related to the Strother family and the Thornton family, 1990 View online.
11Todd, John, correspondences related to the Strother family, the Griewe family, and the Smorthwaite family, 1983 View online.
12Tucker, Charles I., correspondences related to the Strother family, 1964 View online.
13Turner, Helen M., correspondences related to the Strother family, the Duncan family, the Roberts family, Johnston family, the Corbin family, the Woodard family, the Culpepper family, the Kiriter family, the Menefee family . . ., 1942-1946 View online.
14Unknown, correspondences related to the Thornton family, the Yancey family, the Barnnet family, the Strother family, the Lewis family, the Savage family, the Watts family . . ., 1828-1985 View online.
15Unknown, Cheryl, correspondences related to the Losh family, the Spencer family, the English family, and the Hite family, 1991 View online.
16Unknown, Phil, correspondences related to the Owens family, the Phillips family, and the Smith family, 1983 View online.
17Virkus, Fred Adams, correspondences related to the Schaffer family, the Granbery family, the Strother family, the Dalton family, the Dandridge family, the West family, the Brockenbrough family, the Pharr family, the Bryan family, the Lee family, and the Taylor family, 1927-1933 View online.
18Wagner, Carl and Irma, correspondences related to the Wagner family, 1988 View online.
19Walker, Unknown, correspondences related to unknown family, 1991 View online.
20Westbrooke, Edward L, correspondences related to the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution and the Strother family, 1970-1972 View online.
21Witt, Mrs. Ida, correspondences related to the Strother family, the Ramsey family, and the Dobbins family, 1895-1913 View online.
22Wray, Gordon, correspondences related to unknown family, 1983 View online.
23Young, Betty Jane, correspondences related to the Strother family, the Ross family, the Beardsley family, the Borres-Lyon family, the Thornton family, the Dabney family, and the Taylor family, 1989 View online.
24Young, Brian Llewellyn, correspondences related to the Sinett family, the Strother family, the Bruce family, the Horsley family, the Selby family, the Conyers family, the Savage family, the Thornton family, the Dabney family, the Wade family, the Kennerly family, the Duncan family . . ., 1956-1957 View online.
 

Series III. A.P. Strother, Sr.'s notebooks, 1908-1968, undated

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This series contains notebooks compiled by Arthur P. Strother, Sr. and contain genealogical information about the Strother line and associated families, pedigree charts, and notes he took in reference to his land title business.

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331A.P. Strother, Sr.'s notebook 6, 1908-1922
2A.P. Strother, Sr.'s notebook Smith-McCord-Townsend Dry Goods Co. 1, 1910-1932
3A.P. Strother, Sr.’s notebook 3, ca. 1912-1915
4A.P. Strother, Sr.’s notebook Smith-McCord-Townsend Dry Goods Co. 2, ca. 1914
5A.P. Strother, Sr.'s notebook 4, 1919-1939
6A.P. Strother, Sr.'s notebook 5, 1919-1941
7A.P. Strother, Sr.’s notebook 1, 1931
8Spellman or Spillman, 1933-ca. 1938
9A.P. Strother, Sr.’s notebook 2, 1936-1939
10A to M county court book 1., ca. 1936
11N to Z County Court B____ 1., ca. 1936

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341A.P. Strother, Sr.’s notebook 1939 compliments of the Federal Land Bank of Saint Louis, 1939
2A.P. Strother, Sr.’s notebook for your memos compliments of Lightle & Royston Agents, 1939
3A.P. Strother book memorandum, ca. 1940
4Addresses, 1941-1945
5A.P. Strother’s notebook. (genealogy), ca. 1968
6A.P. Strother, Sr.'s notebook memorandum standard, undated
7A.P Strother, Sr.’s notebook Smith-McCord-Townsend Dry Goods Company, undated
8W.B.S., undated
 

Series IV. Research files, 1826-1990, undated

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This series includes genealogical publication, copies of census records, and copies of magazine articles and newspaper clippings that were probably compiled by Arthur P. Strother, Jr. who used the materials in his genealogical pursuits. Included are marriage records, cemetery records, birth records, and funeral home records in states such as Virginia, Arkansas, and Kentucky. Census records from Virginia, Kentucky, South Carolina, North Carolina, Maryland, and Pennsylvania are represented. Also included are pedigree charts compiled by others that Strother collected for his research.

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351A dictionary of the family names of the United Kingdom, 1860
2A history of Northumberland, in three parts. part II. vol. II and part II. vol. III., 1832-1840
3A key to southern pedigrees, 1953
4Addresses, undated
5“An occasional bulletin”, 1977
6Ancestry and descendants of the Nassau-Siegen immigrants to Virginia 1714-1750, 1964
7Arkansas probate records, 1855-1866
8Arkansas Strothers news clippings, 1962-1965
9Bible record copies R.B. Strother and Annie Spillman’s family, 1871-1956
10Bible records from George Strother to Henry Strother, undated

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3511Biographical and historical memoirs of eastern Arkansas H-152-3, 1890
12Biographical and historical memoirs of eastern Arkansas pages 1-389 1 of 2, 1890
13Biographical and historical memoirs of eastern Arkansas pages 1-389 2 of 2, 1890

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361Biographical and historical memoirs of eastern Arkansas pages 390 – end 1 of 2, 1890
2Biographical and historical memoirs of eastern Arkansas pages 390 – end 2 of 2, 1890
3Book on Russian branch of the Strother family, undated
4Broadcast, 1975
5Burial records of Jackson County, Arkansas vol. I first series, 1918-1928 Hayden-Holloway Funeral Home and successors, 1971
6Catalog of genealogical publications (1988-A) from Carl Boyer, 3rd, undated
7Census White County, Arkansas 1850, undated
8Colonial families of the United States: royal lineages of seven gentlemen who settled in Virginia about 1650 A.D., undated
9Colonial families of the United States of America in which is given the history, genealogy and armorial bearings of colonial families who settled in the American colonies from the time of the settlement of Jamestown, 13th May, 1607, to the Battle of Lexington, 19th April, 1775 volume V, 1966
10Colonial families of the United States of America in which is given the history, genealogy and armorial bearings of colonial families who settled in the American colonies from the time of the settlement of Jamestown, 13th May, 1607, to the Battle of Lexington, 19th April, 1775 volume V and a dictionary of the family names of the United Kingdom, 1860-1966
11County court record 1 of Jackson County, Arkansas 1830-1837, 1971
12County of Christian, Kentucky. historical and biographical., 1884

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3613Doomesday notes & genealogies, 1894

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371Eighteenth annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Smithsonian Institution 1896-’97 in two parts – part 2, 1899
2England, other families, undated
3English Strother, 1978
4Extracts from the records of the merchant adventures of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne vol. II., 1899
5Family tree: C-D news clippings, undated
6Family tree: E-F England-Saxon genalogies, undated
7Fulton County, Arkansas seventh census free population schedules 1850, 1971
8First census of the United States 1790 Pennsylvania 1 of 3, undated
9First census of the United States 1790 Pennsylvania 2 of 3, undated
10First census of the United States 1790 Pennsylvania 3 of 3, undated

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381First census of the United States 1790 South Carolina, 1908
2Genealogical records of northeast Arkansas 1816-1830 Lawrence County, 1816-1830 Independence County, 1821-1830 wills and administrations guardianships marriages and divorces, 1971
3Genealogical records of northeast Arkansas 1830-1838, 1971
4Green and Strother families, undated
5Heads of families at the first census of the United States taken in the year 1790 Maryland 1 of 2, 1907
6Heads of families at the first census of the United States taken in the year 1790 Maryland 2 of 2, 1907
7Heads of families at the first census of the United States taken in the year 1790 North Carolina 1 of 2, 1908

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391Heads of families at the first census of the United States taken in the year 1790 North Carolina 2 of 2, 1908
2Heads of families at the first census of the United States taken in the year 1790 Virginia 1 of 2, 1908
3Heads of families at the first census of the United States taken in the year 1790 Virginia 2 of 2, 1908
4Henry Strother, undated
5Historical southern families volume VII, 1947-1967
6History of North Durham, undated
7“History today”, 1984
8Independence County, Arkansas seventh census free population schedules 1850, 1971
9Izzard County, Arkansas seventh census free population schedules 1850, 1971
10Jackson County, Arkansas seventh census free population schedules 1850, 1971
11Lawrence County, Arkansas seventh census free population schedules 1850, 1971

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401Marriage bonds and birth and death records from tombstones for many Virginia counties index, 1973
2Marriage bonds of Franklin County Virginia 1786-1858, 1973
3Marriages-Virginia residents 1607-1800 copied from the genealogy column of the Virginia Gazette; by Lloyd F. Oliver, 1974, 1974
4Marriages-Virginia residents 1607-1800 copied from the genealogy column of the Virginia Gazette; by Lloyd F. Oliver, 1974 index, 1974
5Monroe chart, undated
6Mrs. Hosea Strother book, 1962
7N.H. N. V, undated
8Notable southern families six volumes in three volumes I-II, 1974
9Notes, 1966-1978

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411Notes compiled on the Strother and Thornton families from various sources, 1917-1920
2Notes, tombstone inscriptions of King George County, Virginia, newspaper clipping, 1978
3Notes-England save 39WG 3XJ, 1753
4Notes-U.S., 1826-1963
5No. 12-Breathed, 1904
6No. 435-484, undated
7Parish registers before 1837. a general index. second edition., undated
8Pedigree charts Europe, undated
9Pedigree from George Strother by APS Sr., undated
10Phone book, undated
11Register of baptisms of Berkwick-upon-Tweed., undated
12Sanford/Lee County, 1983
13Social life of Virginia in the seventeenth century., 1907
14Some Virginia marriages 1700-1799 index vol. I & II, undated
15Some Virginia marriages 1700-1799 1972 volume one, 1972
16Some Virginia marriages 1700-1799 volume two, 1972

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421Some Virginia marriages 1700-1799 volume three, 1972
2Some Virginia marriages 1700-1799 volume four, 1972
3Some Virginia marriages 1700-1799 volume five, 1973
4Some Virginia marriages 1700-1799 volume six, 1973
5Some Virginia marriages 1700-1799 volume seven, 1973
6Some Virginia marriages 1700-1799 volume eight, 1973
7Some Virginia marriages 1700-1799 volume nine, 1974
8Some Virginia marriages 1700-1799 volume ten, 1974

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431Some Virginia marriages 1700-1799 volume eleven, 1974
2Some Virginia marriages 1700-1799 volume twelve, 1974
3Some Virginia marriages 1700-1799 volume thirteen, 1975
4Some Virginia marriages 1700-1799 volume fourteen, 1975
5Some Virginia marriages 1700-1799 volume fifteen, 1975
6Some Virginia marriages 1700-1799 volume sixteen, 1975
7Some Virginia marriages 1700-1799 volume seventeen, 1976
8Some Virginia marriages 1700-1799 volume eighteen, 1976
9Some Virginia marriages 1700-1799 volume nineteen, 1976
10Some Virginia marriages 1700-1799 volume twenty, 1976

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441Some Virginia marriages 1700-1799 volume twenty one, 1977
2Some Virginia marriages 1700-1799 volume twenty two, 1977
3Some Virginia marriages 1700-1799 volume twenty three, 1977
4Some Virginia marriages 1700-1799 volume twenty four, 1977
5Some Virginia marriages 1800-1825 volume one, 1973
6Some Virginia marriages 1800-1825 volume two, 1974
7Some Virginia marriages 1800-1825 volume three, 1974
8Some Virginia marriages 1800-1825 volume four, 1974
9Some Virginia marriages 1800-1825 volume five, 1975
10Some Virginia marriages 1800-1825 volume six, 1975
11Some Virginia marriages 1800-1825 volume seven, 1975
12Some Virginia marriages 1800-1825 volume eight, 1975
13Some Virginia marriages 1800-1825 volume nine, 1976

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451Some Virginia marriages 1800-1825 volume ten, 1976
2Some Virginia marriages 1800-1825 volume eleven, 1976
3Some Virginia marriages 1800-1825 volume twelve, 1976
4Some Virginia marriages – Augusta County tombstones index, undated
5Sons of the American Revolution, 1970-1990
6Southern Bible records – vol. 2-3 1956 with notes by Fred Kennerly, 1956
7Sterling 1658, undated
8Strother families, undated

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461Strother newspaper cuts, 1989
2Strother reunion, 1990
3Strother sheets from N. H. N.: Parish of Kirknewton, Morpeth Deanery. – Tindale Ward, N.E.D., and colonial families of the United States of America in which is given the history, genealogy and armorial bearings of colonial families who settled in the American colonies from the time of the settlement of Jamestown, 13th May, 1607, to the Battle of Lexington, 19th April, 1775 volume V, 1966
4Strothers in libraries, undated
5T 1, 1977
6The Arkansas genealogical register vol. I pages 1-8 March, 1971 No. 1, 1971
7The Arkansas genealogical register vol. I pages 9-21 June 1971 No. 2, 1971
8The Arkansas genealogical register vol. I pages 22-44 September 1971 no. 3, 1971
9The Arkansas genealogical register vol. I pages 45-96 December 1971 no. 4, 1971
10The Arkansas genealogical register vol. I pages 97-104 and some unnumbered pages 1971 index, 1971-1973
11The Arkansas genealogical register vol. II pages 1-26 March 1972 no.1, 1972
12The Arkansas genealogical register vol. II pages 27-50 June 1972 no. 2, 1972
13The Arkansas genealogical register vol. II pages 51-76 September 1972 no.3, 1972
14The Arkansas genealogical register vol. II pages 77-90 December 1972 no. 4, 1972
15The Catholic Record Society, undated

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471'The houses of Strother’, 1989-1990
2The peerage of Scotland: containing an historical and genealogical account of the nobility of that kingdom, from their origin to the present generation, 1813
3The registers of the Cathedral Church of St. Nicholas, in the city of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, marriages, 1574-1812., 1914
4The registers of St. Nicholas’ Church, in the city of Durham. vol. 1. marriages, 1540-1812., 1918
5The Strother family of Collin County, Texas, undated
6The Strothers newsletter, 1987-1988
7The Strothers of Alnwick, Bilton, and Newton on the Moor, Northumberland., 1891
8Tombstone inscriptions of Orange County, Virginia, 1979
9Unpublished writings of Silas C. Turnbo, undated
10Virginia heraldica being a registry of Virginia gentry entitled to coat armor with genealogical notes of the families, 1965
11Virginia wills and administrations 1632-1800, 1972
12Vol I, undated
13Vol II, undated
14White County Historical Society, undated
15Wills, 1858-1984
16Wills and administrations of Lawrence County, Arkansas 1816-1834, 1971
17Yell County Arkansas population schedules of the United States census of 1850, undated