Hello Anthony, Mary (Strang) Silliker was the wife of Jacob Silliker it was her grandsonson Joseph Silliker married to Elizabeth Woodside that I decend, Joseph and Elizabeth are my ggg grandparents.Joseph's Mother and Father were Strang Silliker and Elizabeth Waugh,
The Waugh Family has quite a history as well. The Silliker's on PEI were Loyalist. My great great grandmother was Anna Mariah Silliker daughter of Elizabeth "Betsy" Woodside and Joseph Silliker (PEI) she married a Ramsay (well know PEI families). I hope you get a chance to read the Strang Manuscript I sent the link off ancestry. Yes, I would like you to share regarding Mary Strang. My email is email@example.com.
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for some reason it broke in half while I cut and pasted it to this comment. It tells the history of Charlotte le' mesitre wife of the first Daniel Streing (from France) a wonderful read. But, I lost myself with the Daniel's ..you helped me here understand how Daniel Streing comes down to Phebe Purdy and down to our Mary Strang. What do you know about Mary? Strang herself have you ever heard she had son Jesse and Joseph and they were 1/2 brothers? (last name Silliker). ....this also confuses me. YES, I live in Upton, Ma. We are neighbors. Thanks, Patricia
Hello Anthony. I see you list Daniel Strang on a website, married to Elizabeth Galpin. Their son Daniel married to Phebe Purdy. I just read a history for Daniel Strang (l'streing or Streing) that says Daniel married Charlotte le Mestre. (Daniel and Charlotte were born in France), however it does say Daniel their son married Eliz Galpin. Can you tell me have you heard of this marriage Daniel Strang or L'estring in France marrying Charlotte, then they move to The Manor at Cortlandt in New York. I am a bit confused about this issue. Thank you for any help. I sit on the Mary Strang Jacob Silliker TREE. their son Strang is my ggg grandfarther Joseph Silliker's Father. patricia herne
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