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Stockard, 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

 File — Box: 29, Folder: 10

Scope and Content

From the Series: 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.


  • 1974-1988

Conditions Governing Access

This collection is open for research.


From the Series: 4 linear ft. (6 document cases and 4 oversize boxes)


From the Collection: English