Re: Re: List - Helen Cason Alexander
Subject: Re: Re: List
From: Helen Cason Alexander
Date: May 14, 2000

Doris:  There is a book "Loyalists in the Southern Campaign of the Revolutionary War" Vol I, by Murtie June Clark, that has all the loyalists listed. My great, great grandfather, Isaac Lang, was a loyalist. Also, Richard Lang, thought to be his brother
and just recently found to be his father. This was found in Spanish papers in St. Augustine where they lived after the war. I have not changed my genealogy records because nothing has been found in South Carolina to prove this. They were in the Old 96th District. Of course, Isaac was too young to have been on any land records (born in 1767) in 1783 when they went to Spanish East Florida and later settled in Camden County, GA.  Wish someone on the list had information about them.
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: D J Peirce 
  To: [email protected] 
  Sent: Sunday, May 14, 2000 10:56 PM
  Subject: RE: Re: List

  I've been there and done that--and barked at plenty of people plenty of
  times!  I'm glad this is a better day for you, and I wish you the best with
  the chemo.  I will pray for your health and for your peace of mind (which
  seemed to me to be the most elusive thing of all).

  BTW, I've been told I may have an ancestor who way a loyalist at King's
  Mtn....his name was John Bibby.  Of course, Bibby is a name that is spelled
  a dozen or more who can say for sure?

  I am in contact with several who are dealing with difficult health issues,
  and would be happy to have you contact me if ever you would care to do so.

  Doris Peirce

  -----Original Message-----
  From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]]
  Sent: Friday, May 12, 2000 11:16 AM
  To: [email protected]
  Subject: Re: Re: List

  thanks for your kind message.  I feel better now.  Anyone who needs
  info. from me will be treated in a courteous manner.

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