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Hi Richard, with Elizabeth being born in 1824 and my Charles Louis Loos being born in 1823, he couldn't have been her father, however it is possible for them to be kin in some way such as maybe being a brother to your Elizabeth. As of right now, I do not have all of Charles's Siblings listed. Who was Elizabeth's Mother or father or any of her siblings or children? Charles's Father (Jacques George Loos who insisted on writing his name George Jacob Loos) was first to arrive in the United States. Shortly after Charles's and some of his family came and met up with the Father, the Father passed away. They were in PA, but I think very shortly, then in Ohio and with so many in this family being preacher's, they tended to move around quite alot from preaching at one Church to another in one state to another state also as teacher's, throughout the years. The latter part of Charles's life as well as his son William James Loos (W.J. Loos) was spent in Kentucky. His son whose name is also Charles Louis Loos is buried in Kentucky along side his Father and Mother. Did you get a chance to look over my web page and through some of the Loos names and/or part of the memoir's I have added to it? Also Charles had a son who's name was Frederick V. Loos who married a Susan Smith, a daughter named Emilie (Emily) who married Albert Smith Dabney, and a daughter named Wilhelmina Bishop Loos