From Jo. Bardabos Museum & Historical Society Vol 12 , p 18 1944-45
Katherine STRANGE, cousin, daughter of sister, Joanne STRANGE mentioned in the will of Elizabeth Nottell, of Bideford, N Devon & Barbados single. (will made in 1667, and proven in 1669).
From Jo. Bardabos Museum & Historical Society Vol 14, p 33 1946-7
Capt Anthony STRANGE - a plantation forfeited by reason of his murder of Capt Boyer. Anthony STRANGE fled and was outlawed 1679; mentioned in the will of Lord John Willoughby, made June 1678.
(source not known)
1684 Dec 16 William STRANGE emigrated to Barbados West Indies.
From Ann HentschelSep 2005
Marriage of Frederick William Andrews STRANGE & Annie BIRD - 1883
Barry Taylor said: Frederick is the Granduncle of the husband of Eileen Taylor - my Aunt
Frederick William Andrews STRANGE was English Chaplain of Port Said.
Film No. 1818069 Foreign Registers & Returns for BritishNationals - 1809 to1853
Marriage in Port Said on H.M. Ship Iris.
This is to certify that Frederick William Andrews STRANGE, bachelor and Annie BIRD, spinster both of the age of twenty one years and upwards, were duly married (there being no lawful impediment thereto) at Port Said, Egypt on board Her Majesty's Ship Iris by The Reverend F.W. Agassiz according to the rites of the Church of England this fifth day of June one thousand eight hundred and eighty three. F.W. Agassiz - officiating minister. Frederick W.A. Strange & Annie Bird - contacting parties. Witnesses: Anson Squire E.A.B. Baverstock Ernest Nice - Captain of H.M.S. Iris. I would be happy to send a copy of the certificate to anyone who would like one.
From Bill Hilton Jr - The Piedmont Naturalist
I'm looking for info about my GGG Grandmother MarthaA ELIZABETH STRANGE. All I know of her is that she married JOHN SCHADE and had at least one child, my GG Grandfather Jacob SCHADE SR. Jacob was born 12 Feb 1834 in Solz, Rothenburg, Hessia, so my guess is that his father was German; is there a Strange line in Germany? My genealogy Web site is at http://www.hiltonpond.org/GenealogyMain.html .
From Paul Strange
My uncle Jim Strange is remembered on WW2 Air Force memorial in Valetta. Jim was a Spitfire pilot, and lost his life when his plane developed mechanical problems on patrol over the Med. Dad has the service record.
There is also a LeStrange remembered on the memorial
A lawyer named Strange died, and his friend asked the tombstone maker to inscribe on his tombstone, "Here lies Strange, an honest man, and a lawyer." The inscriber insisted that such an inscription would be confusing, for passers-by would tend to think that three men were buried under the stone. However he suggested an alternative. He would inscribe, "Here lies a man who was both honest and a lawyer." "That way, whenever anyone walked by the tombstone and read it, they would be certain to remark