|256||i.||James Hysler, born Abt. 1770 in California; married __________ (Hysler) __________.|
|288||i.||Spencer Coleman, born Feb 15, 1751/52 in King and Queen Co. Va.; died 1834 in Madisonville, Monroe Co. Tenn; married Lucy (Coleman) White Nov 29, 1773 in Shenandoah Co. Va..|
|ii.||William Coleman, born Aft. 1752.|
|304||i.||Abraham Geiger, born 1765 in Effingham or Bulloch County; married Mercy (Geiger) Martin.|
|ii.||Christian Geiger, born 1760.|
|iii.||Felix Geiger, born Sep 3, 1763; died Feb 17, 1827; married Mary (Geiger) Martin.|
Notes for Felix Geiger:|
Felix was nineteen when the British surrendered Savannah. He could have made some effor in the freedom fight. He joined with brother abraham in a request for land and received 100 acres April 6, 1789, in that part of Effingham County that later became Bulloch Co., (Book A, microfilm 64-68, 1783-1800) The same day his wife's brother James Martin, received 200 acres on the sourth side of the great Ogeechee river. Felix got another 50 acres in the same are in 1795, (Records PPPP 686)
Felix was married or in the notion when he asked for land to live on. He married Mary Martin and they should have had three or four children before their oldes know probable child. He and Mary made a deed in Bulloch County in 1810, (Annals of Georgia, page 162). He was in the area when Ulrich's land was signed over to brother John.
In the 1820 census he was with brother Cornelius in Wayne Co. and believed to still be living there when he died in 1827.
"Source for informaiton : The Geiger Family by CA. Geiger page 17)
|iv.||John Geiger, born 1767; married __________ (Geiger) __________ Bef. 1793.|
|v.||Rachael Geiger, born Feb 1769 in Hogeechy River.|
|vi.||Mary G. (Hoffman) Geiger, born 1771; married __________ Hoffman.|
|vii.||Cornelius Geiger, born Feb 1, 1774; married Rebecca (Geiger) Bennett Bef. 1798; born Aft. 1774.|
Notes for Cornelius Geiger:|
"His wife's name was Rebecca. Not for certain, but it reasons that she was a Bennett, related to William Bennett who married Mary Sheffield. They were from Robeson County and Duplin County, North Carolina, and moved down to Georgia. in 1820 Census, William and John Bennett were in Bryan County, Ga., and the Sheffields were in Bulloch County. Some think they were Jewish. Two of William Bennett's children were John and Lucy. She was born in 1794 and was the first wife of David Geiger, Abraham's son. John Bennett married Frances Harris from North Carolina. In 1820 her brother Hampton lived in Bryan County and her brother Thompson was in the northwest corner of Georgia in Indian Territory (Gwinnett County). After John died , Frances married Asa Geiger, son of Cornelius. Asa and David were first cousins.
Cornelus mustered into Capt. James Bird's Co., 2nd Regt. (Prays) Georgia Militia Infantry and was discharged April 15, 1815, at Bryan County Courthouse, agreeable to regimental orders.
|i.||Samuel Strong, born Bet. 1775 - 1780 in Scott County, Virginia; married Jane (Strong) Casteel 1812.|
Notes for Samuel Strong:|
Moved from Rockingham to Russell/Scott Co., VA Then abt 1812 he moved to Barren now Monroe Co., KY. His second marriage was in 1812 to Jane Casteel in Barren Co., (now Monroe Co) Ky by Reverend Mulkey. Rev.Mulkey started the MILL CREEK BAPTSIT CHURCH in Tompkinsville Monroe Co.,KY. If found SAMUEL STRONG (157) mentioned in the minutes in 1830. He was trying to join the church but they wouldn't let him in until theyrecieved a letter from the MOCKINSON CREEK (Mocassin Creek) CHHURCH for alleged crimes against the church. After almost a year the Moccansin Creek Church sent a letter to the Mill Creek Church and SAMUEL was allowed to join. He was kicked out again in 1840 - source: Dave Strong, Carmel, Indiana
|ii.||William Strong, born 1768 in Scott Co. Va; married Jennie (Strong) Callahan.|
|320||iii.||Thomas Strong, Jr., born Bet. 1773 - 1775 in Rockingham Co. N.C; married (1) Judith (Strong) __________; married (2) Annie (Strong) Fields Dec 24, 1795 in Rockingham Co., N.C..|
|iv.||John Strong, born 1765.|
|321||i.||Annie (Strong) Fields, born Oct 6, 1777 in Virginia; died Bet. 1835 - 1838 in Scott County, Virginia; married Thomas Strong, Jr. Dec 24, 1795 in Rockingham Co., N.C..|
|324||i.||Charles Cromwell Addington, born Oct 10, 1777 in Culpepper County, Va; died Jan 18, 1882 in Scott County, Virginia; married (1) Anna (Addington) Doaty Jan 2, 1802; married (2) Sarah (Addington) Bucher Mar 15, 1840; married (3) Susannah (Addington) Moore Jan 4, 1869.|
|333||i.||Nancy (Bellamy) Pace, married James M. Bellamy.|
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