| || Notes for NOAH STRINGER, SR.:|
From "Stokes Family Tree" web site at http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2998492&id=I533:
"Noah received a commission from the governor of Georgia in the Burke County Militia in 1790.He purchased a piece of land from William McGehee in Montgomery County, Georgia, on Aug. 29, 1803.Noah is listed on the October 1806 jury list for Montgomery County.[Source for the above three items:Montgomery County Georgia: a source book of genealogy and history by Dorsey and Derden, p. 193.]Noah Stringer first appears on the tax rolls for Lawrence County, Mississippi, in 1819.He is listed on the 1827 tax roll for Monroe County, Mississippi.Source:"Texas Society DAR Roster of Revolutionary Ancestors," Volume 4, p. 2037.Source:"Family Records, Mississippi Revolutionary Soldiers," Alice Tracy Welch, 1953 -- 1956.Revolutionary war veteran; private, Captain Sharp's company, NC line.In addition to his own children, Noah and Celia raised their granddaughter, Evaline Hogan, daughter of Abea (Abby), who probably died in childbirth."