Elizabeth LOTT was born on 15 Feb 1827 in Bedford, Hickman, Tennessee.
She was married to William Womack RILEY in 1837 in Illinois.
He was married to Linda Kay PARKER after 1985 in Evan LOTT.
She was married to Ivan Esco SCOFIELD in France.
Benjamin LOVE Parents: Thomas LOVE and Sally Homachota COLBERT.
Betsy LOVE Parents: Thomas LOVE and Sally Homachota COLBERT.
Delilah LOVE Parents: Thomas LOVE and Sally Homachota COLBERT.
Henry LOVE Parents: Thomas LOVE and Sally Homachota COLBERT.
Howard LOVE Parents: Thomas LOVE and Sally Homachota COLBERT.
Isaac LOVE Parents: Thomas LOVE and Sally Homachota COLBERT.
He was married to Daughter GAHIDE.
Lucinda LOVE was born on 14 Jan 1816 in Holly Springs, Marshall Co., MS. She died on 9 Aug 1890 in Nelson, Kiamitia Co., Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory. She was also known as "Lina". She was also known as "Ciney". Parents: Thomas LOVE and Sally Homachota COLBERT.
She was married to Samuel
A. COLBERT in Holly Springs, Marshall Co., MS.
Nancy Mahota LOVE Parents: Thomas LOVE and Sally Homachota COLBERT.
Robert LOVE Parents: Thomas LOVE and Sally Homachota COLBERT.
Sally LOVE Parents: Thomas LOVE and Sally Homachota COLBERT.
Samuel LOVE Parents: Thomas LOVE and Sally Homachota COLBERT.
Slone LOVE Parents: Thomas LOVE and Sally Homachota COLBERT.
Thomas LOVE Parents: William LOVE.
He was married
to Sally Homachota COLBERT. The Love Family
Thomas LOVE Parents: Thomas LOVE and Sally Homachota COLBERT.
William LOVE This information was contributed to me by Hazel Love Stephens, Brandon, MS asper Marie Garland's Chickasaw Loves and Allied Families - Addendum
William Love (a.k.a. "English Bill")
Died circa early 1780's
William Love's brothers were Alexander of York County, SC and James "The Weaver", on the Broad River in Chester County, SC. I do not know which county William resided in.
William had a son, James who married a Sadler. William's daughter also married a William Sadler. Wm's son James and his bro-in-law, William Sadler, pillaged and burned the home of Capt. Hughes. In retaliation, Capt. Hughes and Capt. Reed went after them and James Love was shot [killed] by Capt. Reed as he was crossing the Broad River. Then William, "English Bill" and his son-in-law, William Sadler killed Capt. Reed.
William Love and William Sadler hid at the home of a man named Stallings where they died at the hands of persons unknown by me.
War separates families and the Loves of the American Revolution War era were certainly no exception. William served as a Justice of the Peace, perhaps he was not originally a Tory but got drawn into the conflict somehow because of other family members, or quite possibly was mistakenly accused of being a Tory. After William Love was killed, another son, Thomas Love said that he took off through a briarpatch and made his lifesaving escape.
He was married. Children were: Thomas LOVE .
William LOVE Parents: Thomas LOVE and Sally Homachota COLBERT.
She was married to John TROWELL on 2 Mar 1848 in Knox, Tennessee.
He was married to Ann Eliza STANLEY on
1 Apr 1848 in Bedford Co, VA. Marriage Bonds, Surnames beginning with L
Carl LUNDBERG died in 1950. He died in 1950.
Jean LUNDBERG was adopted. Parents: Carl LUNDBERG and Winefred MOSSEL.
He was married to Robin Loraine DAVIS.
Joyce Kathrine LUTHER (Private).
Children were: Leonard Michael HAMMEL.
Vickie Lynn LUXFORD (Private).
Children were: Shaun Michael O'CONNER.
She was married to Charles William PARKER in Oct 1911.
Matt LYSNE (Private). Parents: Terry Ole LYSNE and UNKNOWN.
Terry Ole LYSNE was born on 15 Jul 1941 in Oakland, California. He was The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on 10 Jan 1976. He died on 10 Jul 2009 in St. George, Utah. Terry Ole Lysne
St. George, UT - A beloved husband, father, and grandfather Terry Lysne returned to his Heavenly Father on July 10, 2009 at the age of 67. He had suffered for many years with Lewy Body Dementia. Terry was born in Oakland, CA on July 15, 1941 to his beloved mother Ida May Murray and Otto Normon Lysne. Ida was of Scottish ancestry and Otto of Norwegian ancestry. Terry graduated from Fremont High in Oakland and soon joined the U.S. Air Force working on flight facilities equipment in Laredo, TX. IBM hired him as an electronics technician in his first semester at Laney College and 26 years later he retired as a Senior Engineer. It was an exciting time to be in the computer industry. He joined The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints January 10, 1976 and it made a big difference in his life. He met Dixie Davis in August of 1977 at a church dance. They fell in love and married February 3, 1978 and were later sealed in the Oakland LDS Temple in 1980. She had two sons, Steve and Jeff whom Terry loved and raised as his own. He also had a son named Matthew from a previous marriage. His brother Ron had a paving company and he worked with him for a few years after retiring and before moving to St. George, Utah in August 2000. Dixie and Terry traveled a great deal to many interesting locations, including: New Zealand, Australia, Aruba, Hawaii, England, Scotland, Netherlands, Belgium, and Norway. He liked to carve trolls and exercise by walking and lifting weights. He also enjoyed family history, working in the yard, attending the Temple, being a Home Teacher, learning to speak Norwegian and especially spending time with family. He was a good and humble man, a hard worker and honest. He will be greatly missed for his positive influence and character. He is loved and survived by his wife Dixie; sons, Steve (Sue) Davis of San Antonio, TX., Jeff (Lonni) Davis of Sandy, UT., and Matthew Lysne; grandchildren: Camryn, Audrey, Gavin, Sawyer and Nash Davis; brother, Ron, and many cousins. Father-in-law, Stephen (Joan) Codner of Red Bluff, CA; two sisters-in-law, Sandy (Gary) Cascino and Kathleen Brown. He received excellent care from Dr. Becker, Cliff View Senior Living and especially Zions Way Hospice. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Alzheimers Association or the Lewy Body Dementia Association. Funeral services will be held Monday, July 13, 2009, at 10 a.m., at the Winchester Hills LDS Ward Chapel, 5338 N. Winchester Dr., South, St. George, UT. A visitation will be held Sunday, from 6-8 p.m., at Metcalf Mortuary 288 W. St. George Blvd., and Monday from 9-9:45 a.m., at the chapel, prior to services. Interment will be in the Tonaquint Cemetery under the direction of Metcalf Mortuary 435-673-4221.
He was an employee at IBM, 26 years etired as a Senior Engineer.. He was ill with Lewy Body Dementia.. He had the following children Matthew Lysne. Step-Son of Dixie Lynse He had the follwoing step-child(ren) Steve (Sue) DAVIS of San Antonio, TX.; Jeff (Lonni) DAVIS of Sandy, UT.,. Son's of Dixie Lee CODNER and Charles Allen DAVIS FKA Dixie Lee CODNER
AKA Dixie Lee DAVIS
AKA Dixie LYNSE
husband of Evelyn KIRBERG, LYTLE.
He was married to Evelyn KIRBERG.
Martha LYTTON was born in 1837.
Children were: Eudosia TYLER.
Leroy Edwin MACIONG (Private).
Alice Priscilla MACNEAL (Private). Parents: Walter Douglas MACNEAL and Patricia Bess MINER.
Andrew David MACNEAL (Private). Parents: Walter Douglas MACNEAL and Patricia Bess MINER.
Benjamin Roland MACNEAL (Private). Parents: Walter Douglas MACNEAL and Patricia Bess MINER.
Christopher Douglas MACNEAL (Private). Parents: Walter Douglas MACNEAL and Patricia Bess MINER.
Walter Douglas MACNEAL (Private).
Kate MADARA had the follwoing step-child(ren).
Alcey or Alsa MADDOX was born about 1794 in Virginia.
She was married to James TROWELL on 24 Mar 1816 in Anderson County, Tennessee. (103) Children were: Male #1 TROWELL , Male #2 TROWELL, Rebeckah Oaks TROWELL, Frances TROWELL, Infant female TROWELL, Polly TROWELL, Hiram TROWELL, Susanna TROWELL, John TROWELL, Martha June TROWELL, Nancy C. TROWELL.
Elizabeth MADDOX was born in 1693 in Charles City, VA. She died in 1724 in Hanover County, VA.
She was married to Thomas STANLEY Jr.
in 1709 in Quaker Friends Meeting House, New Kent, now Hanover Co., VA. Thomas
belonged to the Ceder Creek Quaker Meetinghouse but was disowned for marrying
a non-Quaker. She later became a Quaker and he was reinstated. St. Peter's
Parrish, New Kent County, Virginia
Daniel MADRID (Private).
Children were: Cierra Ann MAROSTICA .
Ann MAGAHE was born about 1745. She died in 1796. Parents: Samuel MAGAHE and Mary LADD.
She was married to David CREWS in 1761.
Elizabeth MAGAHE Parents: Samuel MAGAHE and Mary LADD.
She was married to Gatley CREWS .
Huldah MAGAHE was born about 1717 in Hanover County, VA. She died on 6 Sep 1771 in Hanover County, VA. Parents: Samuel MAGAHE and Mary LADD.
She was married to Maddox STANLEY on 2 Dec 1746 in Wainoak Swamp MH, Charles City, Hanover Co, VA. Henrico Quaker Meeting House, Henrico County, VA Children were: John STANLEY, Elizabeth STANLEY, William STANLEY, Obediah STANLEY, Mary STANLEY, Rachael STANLEY, Huldah STANLEY, Maddox STANLEY Jr..
Samuel MAGAHE was born in 1700 in Hanover County, VA.
Sarah MAGAHE was born about 1738 in Hanover County, VA. She was also known as MacGhee. Parents: Samuel MAGAHEA and Mary LADD.
She was married to Pleasant STANLEY
Sr. on 7 Dec 1757 in Weynoke Quaker Meeting House, Charles City, Virginia.
Pleasant born 1733, 4, 25 marry Sarah MACGEE.
Samuel MAGAHEA was born in 1700 in Hanover County, VA.