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Posted by: Pat Blend Date: September 17, 2001 at 08:33:34
In Reply to: Re: Louise All by Betty VanAller of 97

Hello Betty, Thank you for your reply. I have started on working with a new thought in mind. Loes and John Blend named there son who was born in 1797 , Abraham. In the German way of naming, the second son (if *Abraham is really the second son)is named after the mothers father. This gives us Abraham All. In the ACS microfiche of the colonial records there is a Abraham All in Newport, R.I.. A check of the IGI gives his mariage record there in right time period. Looked at originals and got wifes name. This would put the time and place to tie in somewhat with one of the family stories. Do any of your Van Allers or Alls go back to the middle of the 1700's in New England. Did any of them marry a Loes ( she is also said to be Mrs. Loes All),or Loes or Louise or any other possibile spelling.I would love to hear from you on any information you may have. Regards, Pat Blend


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