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Michigan & Canada STROUD
Posted by: Sarah Holliday (ID *****7605) Date: February 21, 2009 at 15:18:12
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Hello I am looking for any information on the STROUD surname, here is a little of what I have, let me know if anything looks familiar or if you have information you are willing to share - thank you ( Sarah

Descendants of Fren Stroud


Generation No. 1

1. FREN STROUD was born in England, and died in Canada. He married ANNA ELIZA TRATHEN, daughter of JOHN TRATHEN. She was born in Michigan, and died 1895 in Cass City, Michigan.

Children of FREN STROUD and ANNA TRATHEN are:

I. FRED STROUD, b. Nov 1817, Ulby, Michigan; d. 09 Nov 1934, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.

Ii. ALFRED JAMES STROUD, b. 09 Jan 1880, Ubly, Michigan; d. 09 Jan 1880, Ubly, Michigan.

Iii. JAMES ALFRED STROUD, b. 09 Jan 1880, Ubly, Michigan; d. May 1957, Battle Creek, Michigan.

Iv. ROBERT HENRY STROUD, b. 19 Jun 1882, Ubly, Michigan; d. 12 Feb 1959, Memorial Hospital, Missoula, Montana.

V. JOSEPH STROUD, b. Nov 1884, Ubly, Michigan; d. Apr 1957.

Vi. ANNA STROUD, b. 1886, Ulby, Michigan; d. 1895, Cass City, Michigan.


Generation No. 2

2. FRED STROUD (FREN) was born Nov 1817 in Ulby, Michigan, and died 09 Nov 1934 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. He married FLORENCE C R ? 1905 in Michigan. She was born Sep 1889 in Michigan, and died 1924.

Children of FRED STROUD and FLORENCE ? Are:



Iii. JAMES H STROUD, b. Feb 1906, Michigan.

Iv. GLADYS STROUD, b. 1916, Moosejaw, Saskatchewan, Canada.

V. CLARENCE STROUD, b. 1918, Moosejaw, Saskatchewan, Canada.


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