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From "Stokes Family Tree" web site at http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2998492&id=I529:
"Some information on Daniel Stringer and his descendants was provided by Robert Ogg.The following information is from the book "Christchurch Parish Register, Middlesex County, Virginia, 1853 -- 1812" by John Otto Yurechko.P. 107 Daniel Stringer, born Oct. 13, 1740, to Daniel and Hannah Stringer; p. 109 Elizabeth and Sarah, born July 5, 1742, to Daniel and Hannah Stringer; p. 112 Lucy, born Feb. 8,1744, to Daniel and Hannah Stringer; p. 114 Hannah, born Jan. 20 , 1746, to Daniel and Hannah Stringer; p. 233, William, born Sept. 20, 1750, to Daniel and Hannah Stringer; p. 188, birth of slaves: Peter, son of Jenny, a slave belonging to Daniel Stringer, born Nov. 7, 1740; a daughter, born to Daphne, a slave belonging to Daniel Stringer, born May 23, 1752.On May 7, 1738, Daniel and Hannah sold their land in Elizabeth City County to John Allen.(ECC Wills and Deeds.]From "Historic Homes of Middlesex County, Virginia" book:On page 125, Ellaslee, the home near church view . . . .In 1753, John Segar, Jr., sold to Daniel Stringer his "Messuage, Plantation, Tract" of 70 acres, which adjoined additional property owned by Stringer.A Messuage is defined as a house whose occupant controlled the use of the land and buildings pertaining to it, and it is assumed that Daniel Stringer bought the home of John Segar, Jr.In 1790, Daniel Stringer left to his son Daniel the Plantation where Stringer, Sr. lived and his brandy still, and that was the same year Daniel, Jr. and Mary Stringer conveyed the 196 acre estate to John Jesse of King and Queen County who had married Elizabeth Street in 1787."