The Ancestors and Relatives of William Addams Reitwiesner
Part III
The Descendants of Addams Stratton McAllister and Homé Catharine Stephens

Descendants of Addams Stratton McAllister and Homé Catharine Stephens
1. ADDAMS STRATTON McALLISTER (Add), b. Covington, Va., 24 Feb. 1875, d. Clifton Forge, Va., 26 Nov. 1946 [at 5:45 PM at the C & O Hospital of Pulmonary Embolus after a Prostatectomy (on the 13th) due to Carcinoma Prostate, age 71y 9m 2d], bur. Cedar Hill Cemetery, Covington, Va. [Section X, Row 9, Plot 166], son of Abraham Addams McAllister and of Julia Ellen Stratton,
m. Philadelphia, Pa., 28 Jan. 1922,
HOMÉ CATHARINE STEPHENS, b. Philadelphia, Pa., 16 May 1896, d. Alexandria, Va., 18 March 1981 [at The Washington House of Cardiac Arrest due to Pneumonia], cremated at Metropolitan Crematory, Alexandria, Va., bur. Cedar Hill Cemetery, Covington, Va. [Section X, Row 9, Plot 167] [SSDI 229-60-6406], dau. of Henry Granville Stephens and of Adeline Iucho Seaman.
Details of issue suppressed, though one of their children was Homé Stephens McAllister.


The spellings of the names are as found in the census schedules.

1880 Virginia, Alleghany Co., Covington, ED 3, Page 28, Line 11

McAllister Adams       W M 39   H    Farmer              VA VA VA
           Julia E     W F 40   W    Keeping House       VA VA VA
           Joseph T    W M 14   S    Attending School    VA VA VA
           Mary L      W F 12   D    Attending School    VA VA VA
           William M   W M  9   S                        VA VA VA
           James G     W M  7   S                        VA VA VA
           Adams S     W M  5   S                        VA VA VA
           Carrie A    W F  3   D                        VA VA VA
           Hugh M      W M  2   S                        VA VA VA
Rock Mary A            W F 60   MiL  At Home             VA VA VA
Straton Teresa G       W F 42   SiL  At Home             VA VA VA
   (3 servants)
   (2 laborers)


1900 Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, ED 904, sheet 8A, line 3

Stephens Henry G     H  W M Sep 1862 37 M 11       NJ PA PA       Mfr Artificial Marble
         Addie       W  W F Mch 1867 33 M 11 4 4   NY NY KY
         Kortright   S  W M Sep 1890  9 S          PA NJ NY       At School
         Edith       D  W F Aug 1892  7 S          PA NJ NY       At School
         Henry       S  W M Jun 1894  S S          PA NJ NY
         Home'       D  W F May 1897  3 S          PA NJ NY       Servant
     (2 servants)

Home' is incorrectly described as a servant


1910 Pennsylvania, Delaware Co., Haverford, ED 141, sheet 11A, line 11

Stephens Harry G        H    M W 45 M1 20        NJ NJ NJ     Manufacturer     Artificial Marble
         Addie I        W    F W 39 M1 20 4 4    NY NY NY
         Kortright L    S    M W 19 S            PA NJ NY     Ranch Work       Own Ranch
         Edith E        D    F W 17 S            PA NJ NY
         Henry L        S    M W 15 S            PA NJ NY
         Home C         D    F W 13 S            PA NJ NY
   (one servant)


1920 Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, ED 535, Sheet 5A, Line 50 (continued on 5B)

Rodman Clarence W   H    M W  40      M   PA ME ME      Chemist         Steel Co.
       Edith S      W    F W  33      M   PA NJ NY
       Peter        S    M W   4 6/12 S   PA PA PA
Stephens Henry G    FiL  M W  56      M   NJ NJ PA      Salesman        Wood Blocks
         Addie I    MiL  F W  50      M   NY NY NY
Homie Catherine S   SiL  F W  23      S   PA NJ NY      Stenographer    Publishing House
   (1 servant)


1930 District of Columbia, Washington, 14th Precinct, ED 385, p. 63A (4A), Line 32
       3409 34th Place NW.

McAllister Addams S   H  M W 55   M 48   VA  PA  VA      Scientist      Government.
           Homie S    W  F W 34   M 26   PA  NJ  NY
           Julia A    D  F W  7   S      NY  VA  PA
           Homie S    D  F W  5   S      DC  VA  PA
           Lydia      D  F W  2   S      DC  VA  PA



1 -- For some biographical information on Addams Stratton McAllister, see The National Cyclopedia of American Biography, vol. 15, pp. 75-76 (with a full-page portrait), and Who was who in America, vol. 2 [1950], p. 354. Obituaries of him appeared in The New York Times, 27 Nov. 1946, p. 25, and in The Washington Post, 28 Nov. 1946, p. 7. His widow's obituary appeared in The Washington Post, 24 March 1981, p. C8

William Addams Reitwiesner