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I am slowly getting back into updating the webpages with information
received while I was gone.
I have just uploaded 3 pages from "History & Genealogy of the Pearsall
Family" sent by J.A.R.M.
Like him, I question the accuracy of the genealogy.
There seems to be a conflict. If Hannah died according to the date given by
the genealogy, she was only 14 years old and did not live to be mother of
the children who were born after her demise. She would have married at 13
or 14 years of age.
or access via:
Thank you JARM.
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of
Sent: Friday, April 18, 2008 4:28 PM
To: suzannet(a)bhoffcomp.com; laboyteaux(a)rootsweb.com
Subject: Re: [LABOYTEAUX] Seeking Descendents of John Laboyteaux,
What is mixed-up is the dates given in this source, for the birth marriage
and the death of Hannah Pearsall. I take Hannah Smith and Hannah Pearsall to
be either the same person or the 1st and 2nd wives of John Laboyteaux,
c1740-1780. But I think we need to do more research on the Pearsall family
before we assume anything certain. I have some record of this family, but I
suspect there is much more out there on the Internet as I believe they were
a prominent family.