Ron.I now remember that you sent that information on Abner Jackson.It is not that I have such a poor memory as it is, but it has nearly reached its capacity.You had already sent the update on James Rast to me and that had been already corrected.Again, thanks.
I had given a death date on Anne Elizabeth Strobel, wife of John Reddick Moorer, Jr., as November 2, 1823. I did not document this date, however.I now do not think this is correct.In a letter [which I believe you have already seen] dated 1932 to Mrs. Bernard Lee of Walterboro, SC, in reponse to her inquiry about Albert Strobel, RS, it was stated that in 1840 the first child of said soldier, decd, had died [ this would neatly correspond to the John Strobel who married Margaret Inabinet ] and that "Mrs. Ann Moorer, age fifty and Mr D. Strobel aged thirty-five or more" , had survived the soldier, Albert Strobel, but no further information given.
On the family of Mary Moorer and John Utsey, I have it that this John was John Spiceaker Utsey. I have the same dates as you. Children:
Daniel Utsey, b.about 1785, but no other information
Rachel Vallentine Utsey, b. 1787, married William HenryMoorer, born Dec. 26. 1781; this family moved to Alabama.
John Utsey, b. 1788, married Mary Rumph, b. 1790
Jacob Utsey, b. about 1790, but no other information
Samuel Utsey, b. 1792, but no other information
Ann Elizabeth Utsey, b. 1795, Jacob Rumph, b. 1795
Does the above appear reasonable? Is there any other data on
Daniel, Jacob, or Samuel above?
I had been researching the line of John B. Utsey who married Rachel Simmons and the connections with grandson, William Scott Utsey, who married Mary E. Bowyer of St. George, SC, and more connections with Moorers down the line with Rueben Ellis Moorer's grandson, Charles William Gavin, who married Eudora E. Utsey. There are some very interesting Strobel family connections here.
Q: Who was Elizabeth Strobel of 1774 who married married Christian Rumph?I cannot connect her at all; nor the Elizabeth Strobel who supposedly married Philip Carn !