This one is the son of James and Jane Harris Stringfellow of Surry Co, VA.
James's "relict" (widow) Jane was made administratrix of his estate in the 1670s.She married Evan Humphries of Surry Co. a few years later and had some children with him.Richard Stringfellow was listed a tithable in Evan's home at least once. About 1707, Jane Humphries gifted property that she had obtained from her father's estate to Richard Stringfellow.Richard and his wife Susannah sold the property shortly thereafter.
Jane and Evan Humphries seem to have left Surry Co. abruptly about 1710, probably for Prince George Co., VA., in the area that later became Brunswick Co., but Richard stayed on.He is in several records of Surry Co. up to 1718, mostly for claiming bounties for killing wolves.I don't have access to the records after that.An Elizabeth Stringfellow was brought up by the court for having a "bastard child" in 1708.Perhaps Elizabeth was Richard's daughter. The charges were dismissed when she left the county about 1710, but then they were brought up again and then dropped again shortly after.
Maybe someone who has access to the records of Surry County VA after 1718 could see if there are any more records of Richard or any other Stringfellows after that.
I am mostly interested in the descendants of the Humphries family, but the Stringfellows of Surry Co., VA are related to the Humphries through Jane Harris and it would be kind of nice to know what became of them.