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Re: M Henry Lovelady, Williams, Fryars AR AL TN
Posted by: richard hughes (ID *****5573) Date: March 26, 2010 at 14:05:51
In Reply to: Re: M Henry Lovelady, Williams, Fryars AR AL TN by Glendle Griggs of 992

My head spins everytime I try to put the picture together, I believe the Elizabeth Williama of which you speak is my gg grandmother married to John Lovelady 1831-1865. I know it gets confusing because every generations used the same names, Elizabeth was the mother of Jesse, my great grandfather, Malinda Parthenia, and John. John 1831 died young (Civil War ???) she remarried David Isaac Embers Breckenridge and had a child by him,He was married twice before.

As for the Loveladys John was the son of John and Mary Pearce Lovelady, They had eight children Joseph,William,Lucille,Molinda,Eldreidge,John,Elbert, and Ephrain.They lived in Hamilton Tennessee. After John died Mary was living with her son John in Arkansas. I'm not sure where she ended up.
Part of the confusion is that John's father was also John he was married to Clarissa Hughes they had 13 children the youngest was Henry ( confused as the son of John 1787) who married and had a son John (1835-1870) married to Eliza last name unknown confused with John 1831 my gggrandfather

Joseph the son of John and Mary Pearce had a son Robert who became a doctor, My understanding was that he left Arkansas and moved to Oklahoma to Elk City which was nothing more than a train stop. I found his grave site and that of his family on the internet

Richard Hughes

I hope all of this makes sense

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