George Stradtman Jr.

George Stradtman Jr.

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Mr. George G. Stradtman Jr.
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On August 9, 2014 Cindy Cornejo wrote:


My grandmother was Edna Stradtman Ezren. I have often spoken with my uncle, Charles Ezren, about genealogy, but am just now taking the plunge. I know you have done a lot of family work for us, and I am grateful. I'll be trying to update my profile and hope to be in touch soon. Cindy Benner Cornejo

On July 18, 2014 Michael Brown wrote:

Have been stuck on Hardie brown for years cannot find mother or father. Our brown branch was unknown for years by the Georgia browns. We live in Alabama. Thank you.

On June 19, 2014 Cynthia Billups wrote:

Thank you, George. That was super-quick.

On June 8, 2014 George Stradtman wrote:

Computer stopped working, just as I was about to catch up on genealogical correspondence, late in the week just past. I lost a week's worth of e-mails. If anyone is waiting on my answer to anything, please try contacting me again.

I'll be out of town for much of the coming month, so responses may be slower than usual.

On May 21, 2014 Jonathan Purdy wrote:


Have you run across the name Arthur Purdy or Gertrude Purdy in any of your work? I can find no listings here for either of them or their children

On May 5, 2014 Holly Battle wrote:


I just happened to run across one of your profiles while checking for duplicates. You might have a duplicate for Lydia Ray. There are 3 profiles in that name with same spouse listed. Just thought to mention it. See you in the tree!

On May 1, 2014 S Tillery wrote:

Hi George, Back to working on some wikitree. I have new info on RM Sugg, can you share the profile or update with the following info? M. H. Sugg (Russel’s father);Russell Merritt Sugg (another website says Albert Merritt Sugg. Marriage license for Elia and Merritt says father was R.M. Sugg and Lavinia Sugg) Born: 1835; Died: 1871 Married: Lavinia (Louvenia) Augusta Brown m. Mar 5, 1857

Children: i. Henrietta J Sugg Aug 31, 1858 10:00PM, married Jim Hackney ii. Angelina Sugg b. Jan 12, 1860 5:00PM. Died: Jun 9, 1862 iii. Ann Lidier Sugg b. Jun 17, 1862 Died: Jul 21, 1865 iv. Martha Helen Sugg Hackney, b.Feb 26, 1866 Chatham Co, NC, d.1947 buried at Gum Springs Baptist Church, Moncure, NC. Married James Nathan Hackney, b.1861, d.1943, buried Gum Springs Baptist Church. Thanks, Sue Tillery

On April 11, 2014 Michelle Brooks wrote:

re: Patterson-1194 - stumbled into the info looking for something on a TOTALLY different family line, or so I thought. <grin>

And I agree with Gloria (below) - only together can we figure out this kerfluffle our ancestors created by not giving unique given names to their offspring.

On March 10, 2014 Gloria Lange wrote:

George i am very upset that you felt the need to remove yourself from Cobb/ Cobbs... this is a major line and we have all contributed, good data and mistakes... i think only by collaborating can we eventually have as full and correct a history as possible. I wish you would reconsider.

On February 28, 2014 Maggie N. wrote:

It worked ! Thanks a bunch (-:

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