Absolum Strutton1803 - Aft 1862
Name Absolum Strutton Born 1803 , Burke, NC, USA Gender Male Died Aft 1862 , McMinn, TN, USA Person ID I13771 All Family Connections Last Modified 1 Mar 2014
Father Absalom Strutton, b. 1774, , Rowan, NC, USA , d. 8 Aug 1852, , Monroe, TN, USA Mother Darcus Shearman, b. 1775, d. Bef 1840 Married 25 Oct 1806 , Wilkes, NC, USA Family ID F906 Group Sheet
Family Nancy Jemima, b. Abt 1802, , , NC, USA , d. Aft 1860, , McMinn, TN, USA Married Abt 1825 , Burke, NC, USA Children 1. Rhoda Strutton, b. Abt 1825, , Burke, NC, USA , d. Nov 1849, , Meigs, TN, USA 2. Sarah Strutton, d. Yes, date unknown 3. William Strutton, b. 1828, , Monroe, TN, USA , d. Bef 1870, , Blount, TN, USA 4. Mary Strutton, d. Yes, date unknown 5. Darcus Ellen Strutton, b. 1835, , Blount, TN, USA , d. Bef 1910, , Loudon, TN, USA 6. Riley H. Strutton, b. Apr 1837, , Blount, TN, USA , d. Aft 1920, , Bryan, OK, USA 7. John Strutton, b. 1840, , Roane, TN, USA , d. Bef 1860, , McMinn, TN, USA 8. Hiram Strutton, b. 1842, , Roane, TN, USA , d. Yes, date unknown Last Modified 31 Mar 2013 Family ID F2559 Group Sheet
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«b»Service Record:«/b»Enlisted as a Private. Enlisted in «u»Company G, 43rd Infantry Regiment Tennessee «/u». «tab»«tab»
«/i»Historical Data Systems, comp.. «i»American Civil War Soldiers«/i» [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.
«/i»copy of Civil War Muster Roll posted to ancestry.com by grumpypopp1 30 Nov 2011
S 43 Mounted Tenn.
Rgt, Co G, 43 Reg't Tennessee infantry
Company Muster Roll
for Jan & Feb, 1863
Enlisted when: Dec 13, 1861
By whom: J W Gillespie
By whom: A. C. Day
To What time: Oct 31, 1862
Remarks: Discharged Nov '62
transcribed by Mary Lu Johnson
"(272) Nov 1828; Harrison S. Ragsdale of Monroe Co. indicted for mortally wounding by a stroke with a gun, on 27 Sep 1828 at the Tennessee River, John L. HOPKINS*, who died 30 Sep 1828; James Rollins, Absolem STRUTTON, Hiram Murry, and Moses Roberts, all of Monroe Co. indicted for aiding; not a True Bill against Moses Roberts; Jury after a trial lasting eight days finds Ragsdale guilty; nole prosequi entered as to Absalem Strutton; James Rollins found not guilty of murder but of "feloneous slaying", after a four day trial; Ragsdale sentenced to be hanged on 13 Feb 1829 and appeals to Supreme Court; James Rollins sentenced to be branded with letter M on left hand, confined in jail for two months, and pay costs of prosecution; case of Hiram Murry continued. Transcript of record for Supreme Court: Court ordered the Sheriff to summon a jury of fifty one including the original panel and to summon the most respectable men he could find in the court yard to which latter direction by the Court the defendant excepts; witness Joseph Milikan states that he was at house of William Harrison in Monroe Co. that is near the Muster Ground of Capt. Smith's company which had paraded there before the fight; he heard deceased HOPKINS talk of killing the son of McIntosh of Georgia in a duel; Major Stephens tried to squash the affray; witnesses for State are Joseph Milikan, John Wilson, Samuel Hensley, William Williams, Thomas Harrison, Dr. Nathan Harris, Samuel Yates, Richard Roberts, Lewis Smith, James WRIGHT, William Flanigan, Moses Roberts, James Harrison, Edward McEldry, Stephens Rhea (who is cousin to wife of deceased); witnesses for defentant are John STRUTTON (brother of Absalem STRUTTON), Jackson Pannell, Elijah Kelly (who waded the river going to muster and drank some spirits while there and waded the River when he went home and slipped and fell in), Thomas Hensley, Jonathan Poland, Anderson Millsaps, Elisha Freshour, Jeremiah Carver, Daniel Russell, Valentine Harris, James Rose, J. Campbell Carsier, William Culver, WILLIAM W HEELER, Benjamin Prater (defendant had rented land of him), Lewis Miller, William Murry (has known defendant for many years and his son is one of defendants); (all or most of these witnesses were at the muster ground at the fight); nolle prosequi entered against Hiram Murry. (This trial and transcript cover forty-three pages in the book.)"
«i»Subject:«/i» Re: [RAGSDALE] RAGSDALE Roll Call
«i»Date:«/i» Wed, 3 Oct 2007 15:23:17 EDT
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