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Ethan LOVEALL
Mary ALSPAUGH
Husband:  Ethan LOVEALL
Birth:  26 Sep 1731
Death:  1795, Baltimore Co., MD
Father:  Rev. Henry LOVEALL, a.k.a., Desolate BAKER
Mother:  Martha __?__
Marriage:
Wife:  Mary ALSPAUGH / ALSPACH
Children born in Baltimore Co., MD:
William LOVEALL, b. 15 Oct 1753 
Mary LOVEALL, b. 1753 
Nancy LOVEALL, b. 1756 
Eleanor LOVEALL, b. ca. 1750s
Martha LOVEALL, b. ca. 1750s
David LOVEALL, b. 20 Feb 1763 
.  Hannah LOVEALL, b. 12 Jan 1772; m. 21 Feb 1785, Baltimore Co., MD, Jonathan PLOWMAN

If Mary really was born in 1753, she almost has to be William's twin.


Sources:

1.  John Davis.  1996.  Baltimore County, Maryland, Deed Records, Volume Four: 1767-1775.  Heritage Books, Bowie, MD.
p. 207 2 Feb 1773, Eathan & Mary Loveall, of Baltimore Co., Maryland, to Benjamin Corbin, of same, £15, 109 acres. Signed Eathan Loveall. Wit: R. Richards and Abraham Stevens.
Nathan GREENLAND, grandson of Ethan & Mary (ALSPAUGH) LOVEALL, married Sarah Ruth CORBIN, daughter of Benjamin CORBIN.

2.  WorldConnect (online at RootsWeb.com).

3.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service: Ancestral File (AF) and International Genealogical Index (IGI).

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