Prince William County
|Death: ||Apr. 8, 1825|
South Carolina, USA
Thomas, III and Elizabeth (Haile) Stribling settled on Deep Creek near Seneca River in Pendleton Co., SC on 800 ac. of land.
Thomas and Elizabeth were the parents of:
1. Col. Robert Stribling
Mark Mitchell Stribling, Sr.
3. Benjamin Haile Stribling
4. Rear Adm Cornelius Kincheloe Stribling
5. Mary "Polly" Stribling Rosamond
6. Frances Stribling Foster
7. Marie/Maria Stribling --Mariah married Mariah married William Wyatt Emsley Moreland. They were early settlers in Arkansas.
After Elizabeth died, Thomas, III married Catherine Hamilton. Thomas' children did not like their step-mother so most of them left home.
Son Mark Mitchell stayed at home to watch out (protect) his younger siblings. Thomas was one of the founders of the (Old) Pendleton District, SC, Farmers Society in 1815. He also served in the American Revolution under Capt. Hughes and Col. Brandon. He was Executor of father's will,June,1819- for which he received a double portion.
THOMAS STRIBLING, III, AND PRESIDENT JAMES MONROE were third cousins
Col. John Catlett, Sr.
Elizabeth (Catlett) Taliaferro
Col. John Catlett, Jr.
Elizabeth (Taliaferro) Stribling
Rebecca (Catlett) Conway
Thomas Stribling, Jr.
Eleanor Rose "Nelly" (Conway) Madison
Capt. Thomas Stribling, III
President James Madison
Thomas Stribling (1730 - 1819)
Nancy Ann Kincheloe Stribling (1731 - 1822)
Elizabeth Haile Stribling (1772 - 1809)*
Mark Mitchell Stribling (1792 - 1845)*
Benjamin Haile Stribling (1794 - 1852)*
Cornelius Kincheloe Stribling (1796 - 1880)*
James Clayton Stribling (1762 - 1831)*
Thomas Stribling (1763 - 1825)
Elizabeth Taliaferro Stribling Farr (1765 - 1844)*
Lucy Stribling Trimmier (1769 - 1818)*
Sigismund/Sejazmond Stribling (1771 - ____)*
Jesse Stribling (1775 - 1841)*
Catherine Taliafero Stribling Webb (1777 - 1806)*
South Carolina, USA
Created by: Elreeta Weathers
Record added: Jan 10, 2011
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