Harry O'Bryan STRANGE Jack Bradford STRANGE Oleta STRANGE James STRANGE Blanche RICHESON Mini tree diagram

Harry Glen STRANGE1,2,3,4,5

22nd May 19201,2,3,4,5 - 15th Oct 20011,3,4

Life History

22nd May 1920

Born in Russelville, Franklin, Alabama.1,2,3,4,5

15th Oct 2001

Died in Russelville, Franklin, Alabama.1,3,4

after 15th Oct 2001

Buried in Knights of Pythias Cemetery, Russellville, Franklin County, Alabama.1,4

Notes

  • Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970
    SAR Membership 81830
    Application for Harry Glen Strange
    Harry Glen Strange
    Born Russelville County of Franklin State of Alabama on the 22nd dayof May 1920.
    (1) son of Harry O'Bryan Strange b 7/22/1897 (?) Russelville, AL d3/8/1942 Russelville, AL
    and his wife Blanche Richeson b 12/15/1895 Russelville, AL StillLiving Married 10/1/1919
    (2) grandson of Amos Bradford Strange b 7/13/1875 Marshall Co AL d7/13/1875 Russelville, AL
    and his wife Maggie Roberson b 1/2/1875 Russelville, AL d 7/13/1955Russelville, AL mar 2/9/1894
    (3) great-grandson of Edward J Strange b 1839 Marshall Co, AL d 1916Jefferson Co AL
    and his wife Mary elizabeth McClendon b ---- d 1885 St Clair Co AL mar---- Marshall Co AL
    (4) 2great-grandson of Amos Bradford Strange b 11/1/1789 SpartanburgSC d 1875 Marshall Co AL
    and his wife Mary Ann Henderson b ---- d ---- mar ----
    (5) 3great-grandson of Amos Strange b abt 1756 New Kent Co VA d5/1/1842 Laurens SC
    and his wife Frances Bayley b ---- d 1815 ---- mar ----
    (6) 4great-grandson of Edmond Strange b 1/9/1729 Kent Co VA d ----
    and his wife Mary b ---- d ---- mar ----
    (7) 5great-grandson of Henry Strange b 1700 d ----
    and his wife ---- b ---- d ---- mar ----
    (7) 6great-grandson of Alexander Strange b ---- d 9/2/1725 Kent Co VA
    and his wife ---- b ---- d ---- mar ----
    and he, the said Amos Strange (No 5) is the ancestor who assisted inestablishing American Independence, while acting in the capacity ofPrivate of Infantry and Cavalry Militia of North Carolina.

    1930 Federal Census, Franklin County, Alabama, 17 April, Russelville,District 2, page 25B, Franklin St, Hse #476, Fam #545
    Strange, Harrie Head Rents $3000 M W 34 Married at age 23 AL AL ALLayman, Stone Mill
    Strange, Blanche Wife F W 37 Married at age 20 AL AL AL
    Strange, Harrie G Son M W 9 AL AL AL

    1940 Federal Census, Franklin County, Alabama, 13 April, Russelville,District 30-3, page 10B, Franklin St, Hse #209 Owns $3000
    Strange, Harry Head F W 423 Grade 7 b Alabama same house in 1935 CraneOperator, Stone Mill
    Strange, Blanch Dau F W 45 Grade C1 b Alabama same house in 1935Teacher, Public Schools
    Strange, Harry Glen Son M W 19 Grade H4 b Alabama same house in 1935

    U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006
    Harry Glen Strange
    Service M SGT US ARMY WORLD WAR II
    Birth Date 22 May 1920
    Death Date 5 Oct 2001
    Burial:  K & P Cemetery Russellville, AL 35653

    U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current
    Harry R. Strange
    Last Residence 35653  Russellville, Franklin, Alabama
    Born 22 May 1920
    Died 15 Oct 2001
    SSN 415-10-5221  issued Tennessee (Before 1951)

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    Harry Glen Strange
    Birth May 22, 1920 Alabama
    Death Oct. 15, 2001 Russellville, Franklin County, Alabama

    Harry Glen Strange, 81, passed away Monday, Oct. 15, 2001, atRussellville Hospital. Mr. Strange was born May 22, 1920, to HarryOBrien and Blanche Richeson Strange. He was a direct descendant ofAlexander Strange, who settled in Virginia in 1613. He attended KingsCollege, Cambridge University, Cambridge, England. He earned the LL.Bdegree from the University of Alabama. In 1942.

    Mr. Strange entered the United States Army, with special duty with theOffice of Economic Attache, United States Embassy, London, England.Mr. Strange served again during the Korean Conflict with the UnitedStates Army from 1950 to 1951. During the period of 1952 to 1959, heserved in the capacity of County Solicitor of Franklin County. Mr.Strange moved to the Chicago, Ill., area where he lived for many yearsbefore returning to Russellville. While in Chicago, he wrote scriptsfor television along with other duties.

    Mr. Strange was preceded in death by his parents and his only sister,Oleta Ingram. He is survived by two brothers, Jack Bradford Strange,Russellville, and Jimmy Richeson Strange and wife, Norma, Mobile,Ala.; nieces, nephews and cousins. Funeral services will be at SpryFuneral Home chapel at 11 a.m. today. Family will receive friends from9 a.m. until 11 a.m. preceding the service. Jackie Richardson,minister of Belgreen Church of Christ, will officiate, with burial inKnights of Pythias Cemetery.

    Burial Knights of Pythias Cemetery, Russellville, Franklin County,Alabama,, Plot: D8

    Created by Sammy Garner Feb 17, 2013
    --  Find A Grave Memorial #105387062,http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Strange&GSiman=1&GScty=8444&GRid=105387062&
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Sources

  • 1. Find a Grave Memorial Registry
    • Memorial #105387062
  • 2. 1930 Federal Census, Franklin County, Alabama
    • 17 April, Russelville, District 2, page 25B, Franklin St, Hse #476,
  • 3. U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014
  • 4. U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006
  • 5. Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970
    • SAR Membership 81830

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