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STRAYHORNs in Webberville 1800s
Posted by: S. M. Hitt Date: September 14, 1999 at 11:31:32
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Seeking ANY information on the following Strayhorns in Travis County, Texas:

1860 Census, Webberville, household of S.M. Strayhorn. This appears to be SAMUEL M. STRAYHORN who m. SUSAN D. SMITH in Travis County 9-27-1855:
S.M. Strayhorn, age 28, b.NC, occup.: wagoner
S.D. Strayhorn, age 27, b.TN, wife
Geo. Y.? Strayhorn, age 4, b.TX
Mary A. Strayhorn, age 1, b.TX
In 1860, this Strayhorn family lived between my ancestor James Carter (b.1815, NC?AL?, occup.: wagoner) and the family of Thomas L. Miller (b.1829, AL) with whom my James Carter's son Wm. L. Carter lived in 1860. Am also seeking information on that Miller family.

Also in Webberville in 1860 was N.? A.? STRAYHORN, age 38, farmer, b.NC. Was he the minister Strayhorn named below?

In Travis County there was a NEWEL T. STRAYHORN who was a minister of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. He performed many marriages in Travis County in the 1860s and 1870s.

Samuel Strayhorn m. Susan D. Smith 9-27-1855
Bell Strayhorn m. Wm. E. Orgain 6-8-1870
John D. Strayhorn m. Emma E. Daniel 12-26-1875

Would like to hear from anyone who has information on any of the above Strayhorns.
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