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Subject: Re: [LL] Jayne Pratt Lovelace's Book
Date: Sun, 23 Feb 2003 21:43:10 EST


In a message dated 2/3/2003 10:58:09 AM Pacific Standard Time,
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>
> Dave,
>
> After your email to Lou Ann I was reviewing my copy of Controversy in the
> Carolinas on what Jayne says about Isaac Lovelace and Catherine Beall.
> Just an observation, but the information she presents is not 100% accurate
> sometimes. On my line I have found that the Taylor children info is
> different than what I have found so far when I look at the actual wills. I
> haven't run across a Thomas Taylor, it has always been Isaac Taylor in any
> will copies I have and have seen and she lists the "Taylor girls" when it
> was Isaac Taylor, male, and Sarah Taylor, a young female. Also, it was a
> James Lanzenby and not James Latham who witnessed several of the
> transactions. Some of the handwriting on the wills is difficult to
> decipher so I am not criticizing. I know for one of my other lines I was
> working on transcribign one for a couple of weeks when all of a sudden
> some of the words just popped out at me and the rest was easy when I
> figured out how the writer formed his letters.
>
> Jayne's work is excellent I believe and these are just small errors. She
> was one of the first to document Isaac Lovelace's marriage to Catherine
> Beall based on facts so for that she remains one of my favorite
> researchers.
>
>
> Carina
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> Lou Ann,
>
> As I said, I have performed no independant research in this area yet.
> (However, I plan to sometime in the future.) I do not know if you have
> Pratt's book, but she goes on by saying that William was William Lovelace
> Sr. who married Margaret Beall of Port Tobacco, Maryland. William, whose
> father is unidentified, was believed born on April 2, 1720. Margaret born
> c1727 was daughter of James and Margaret Beall.
>
> -dave
>
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>
>
> In a message dated 1/30/03 9:31:52 AM, writes:
>
> << William Lovelace and Margaret Beall of Port Tobacco, Maryland.
>
> William born April 2, 1720.
>
> (This is according to research performed by Jayne Pratt Lovelace.
>
> See her book "Controversy in the Carolinas". I have done no research in
> this
>
> area myself.) >>
>
> I too think that Benjamin of Edgefield probably came from this William,
> however, I'm having a difficult time finding Margaret Beall as his wife.
> I think that may be confused with Willian, son of JBL, who did marry a
> Margaret Beall. I really don't know who the earlier William married,
> but my earlier post about the William Lovely I found married to a
> Smallwood peaked my interest and I wondered if that might be this
> William. Nothing definite on that. But I'm just not sure he married
> a Beall either.
> Lou Ann
>
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