|Name||Eliza Wimberly STRAIN|
|Born||16 Jan 1853||Memphis, Shelby Co., Tennessee |
|Census||1860||Sulphur Twp. (Milar P.O.), Sebastian Co., Arkansas|
|Census||1870||Sulphur Twp. (Milar P.O.), Sebastian Co., Arkansas|
|Census||1900||1st Precinct, 1st Election District, Anne Arundel Co., Maryland|
|Obituary||Obit., The Sun (Baltimore, MD), 24 Feb. 1906, page 4:|
LANSDALE - ON February 22, 1906, at her residence near Davidsonville, Eliza Wimberly, aged 51 years, wife of the late Thomas F. Lansdale and daughter of the late Col. James Strain of Tennessee.
|Died||22 Feb 1906||Maryland |
|Buried||All Hallows Chapel, Davidsonville, Anne Arundel Co., Maryland [2, 3]|
|Person ID||I33||Lansdales and Pitards|
|Last Modified||5 Dec 2012|
|Father||James STRAIN, b. 2 Oct 1815, Tennessee , d. 31 Jan 1873 (Age 57 years)|
|Mother||Eliza Chloe WIMBERLY, b. Abt 1824, Georgia , d. 23 Jan 1853 (Age ~ 29 years)|
|Married||15 Oct 1851||DeSoto Co., Mississippi [1, 4]|
|Family ID||F179||Group Sheet | Family Chart|
|Husband||Thomas Franklin LANSDALE, b. 8 Aug 1844, Triadelphia, Montgomery Co., Maryland , d. 26 Jan 1891, Davidsonville, Anne Arundel Co., Maryland (Age 46 years)|
|Married||5 Feb 1880||St. John's Church, Olney, Montgomery Co., Maryland [5, 6, 7, 8, 9]|
|Family ID||F19||Group Sheet | Family Chart|
|Headstones||Eliza Wimberly Strain (1853-1906)|
wife of Thomas Franklin Lansdale
daughter of Col. James Strain C.S.A.
Born Jan. 16, 1853
Died Feb. 22, 1908.
|All Hallow's Chapel and the Lansdales|
All Hallow's Chapel stands here behind the graves of, from the right, May Mannen Lansdale, John Lansdale Sr., Metta Tomlinson Lansdale, and John Lansdale Jr. The two vertical stones are of Thomas Franklin Lansdale and his wife Eliza Strain Lansdale.
|Lansdale and Strain graves at All Hallows|
The two in front are of Thomas Franklin Lansdale and Eliza Wimberly Strain Lansdale. The four flat stones behind them are, from the right, May Mannen Lansdale, John Lansdale Sr., Metta Tomlinson Lansdale, and John Lansdale, Jr. Just behind these, flanking the small tree, are Cornelia Lansdale (on the right), and her husband Howard Hill (on the left side).
|Lansdale Window, All Hallows Chapel|
This was placed by John Lansdale, Sr.