If the Serena you mean might have been born in 1835, such a person is mentioned in my posting #9 on this forum. There is a little box displayed above these messages (I think this posting will be number 90). Just delete the zero, or whatever (make it a 9), and click "go."
I didn't know whom Aunt Serena married, but I think she lived in or near Nashville at the time. Some of my elderly cousins knew her, but couldn't recall her husband's name, so I never tracked her down. I believe she's in her parents' family (aged 15) in the 1850 Tennessee census. And I think she lived to be about 95 or so, therefore would have died around 1930.
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