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Strickland Parents Family Tree

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PARENTS CHILDREN

THOMAS STRICKLAND
(1758–1818)
m.
(1) Susanna Butt (d. c. 1790; no issue)
(2) Elizabeth Homer (1772–1864)

Elizabeth (Eliza)
(1794–1875)

Agnes
(1796–1874)

Sarah (Thay)
(1798–1890)
m.
1. Robert Childs
(d. 1839)
2. Richard Gwillym
(d. 1868)

Jane Margaret
(1800–88)

Catharine Parr
(1802–99)
m.
THOMAS TRAILL
(1793–1859)

Susanna
(1803–85)
m.
J. W. D. MOODIE
(1797–1869)

SAMUEL
(1805–67)
m.
1. Emma Black
(d. 1826)
2. Mary Reid
(1808–50)
3. Katherine Rackham
(d. 1890)

Thomas
(1807–74)
m.
Margaretta A. Thompson
(d. 1863)


Reproduced with permission from the University of Toronto Press

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