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Re: George Stults
Posted by: Mr. Marion B. Stults Date: January 29, 1999 at 11:15:13
In Reply to: Re: George Stults by Kathryn Parks of 221

Kathryn: I have information obtained from a book researched and compiled by Irvin David Hess, "Geeorge Stults And His Descendants 1740-1977. I.D.Hess died in Yuma, AZ 3 Aug 1977.His research includes your ancestors Richard Stults - Dudley Stults - Newton Jasper Stults. A footnote states: The author became critically ill in April of 1977 and was unable to complete the history of Dudley Stults. The foregoing was compiled from his notes by his widow Nola R.Hess. This information cooincides with info you mailed to me. Your info shows Newton Jasper married Sarah McCrorey 25 Feb 1894 at Reed Spgs, MO.
You know the rest from there. In his book, Hess was not able to identify Geo Stults with any ancestor. Research on George revealed limited amount of info about his early life. U.S. 1810-20-30 Census of Adair Co.,KY indicates he was born about 1740-50. It is assumed that he might have been born in Virginia. Lenna White, a descendant of this line of Stults spent much time searching records of Virginia, Kentucky, & Illinois for information on George. She found him on Tax Lists 1782-87 in Henrico County, VA. Next she found, in Va. Rev. War Record #R-3422, where Wm Finn applied for pension. It is believed that George married a Finn. I have more info that I can't cover here. Marion Stults

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