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Posted by: Cori Bird (ID *****7312) Date: May 24, 2010 at 23:54:10
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I'm doing research for my boyfriend who is a Lovett(e), he is the s/o John R s/o Frank and Johanna Lovett, once of Leach, OK.
I have a question regarding the Langley/Leach union which will then create the Leach/Lovett combo. I've read most of the Langley forum and can't find what I'm looking for.

I have been unable to determine which William Leach(GA) married Ann(a) Langley(1834,GA)? It seems Ann(a) d/o Lock & Sarah Langley-had a cousin named Mary Jane Langley(GA 1834) d/o John & Susanna(h) Langley who married a William Leach about the same time Ann(a) married her William Leach. As both Ann(a) & Mary Jane are alive and well in the 1860 census in their respective locations, each with her William, I don't see as this being the same William-obviously. Yet in my family tree on I continue to have contributors try to combine the Ann(a) and Mary Jane lines because both are married to a William Leach. I can see why this happens but I'm hoping to find out where these 2 William's come from in the Leach line as no middle initial ever seems available or connection to obvious parentage. Each of the William Leach lines show children with different names and dob's, which should be the indicating clue that these are not the same people.

Since I am unsure which William Leach has married Ann(a) Langley I'm at a dead-end on that branch of family.

If anyone has anything regarding this Leach/Langley/to become Lovett line, can you please help me out?

Thank you,
Cori Bird

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