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1. GEDCOM file from Mary Celina Scott.
2. F. Edward Wright. Anne Arundel County Church records of the 17th and 18th Centuries. Family Line Publication.
3. GEDCOM from Mary Celine Scott.
4. F. Edward Wright. Anne Arundel County Church Records of the 17th and 18th Centuries. Family Line Publications, Westminster, MD, 1989, 1994. 22.
5. Elise Greenup Jourdan. Early Families of Southern Maryland, Volume 4. Family Line Publiscations, 1995.
6. F. Edward Wright. Anne Arundel County Church Records of the 17th and 18th Centuries. Family Line Publications, Westminster, MD.
7. Newman, Harry Wright. Mareen Duvall of Middle Plantation A Genealogical History of Mareen
Duvall, Gent., of the Province of Maryland and His Descendants With
Histories of the Allied Families of Tyler, Clarke, Poole, Hall, and
Merriken
REPO: @I6233@. Author, Washington.
8. Ibid. The final account was rendered by Ruth WELCH and Zachariah DUVALL on 6
Feb. 1786. After 5 shillings each were distributed to the following,
Elizabeth HARRIS'S heirs, Mareen Howard DUVALL, Joseph DUVALL,
Cornelius DUVALL, Alexander DUVALL, Margarey DUVALL, Ephraim DUVALL,
Lewis DUVALL, and Enos DUVALL a balance of 307/8/3 pounds remained to
be divided between Ruth WELSH & Zachariah DUVALL. A bedstead was shown
to have been delivered to Anne DUVALL.
9. Ibid. His widow dated her will 10 Aug. 1779, but it was not proved in Prince
George's Co. until 27 Aug. 1783. His eldest daughter Ruth Welsh and
sixth son Zachariah DUVALL were named as executors. Certain personalty
was bequeathed to her daughter Anne DUVALL and the unnamed children of
her daughter Elizabeth HARRIS. Five shillings each were left to the
following children, Mareen DUVALL, Joseph DUVALL, Sarah DUVALL,
Cornelius DUVALL, Priscilla DUVALL, Alexander DUVALL, Margarety
DUVALL, Ephraim DUVALL, Lewis DUVALL, and Enoss DUVALL.
10. e-mail from Peter McLallen.
11. Elise Greenup Jourdan. Early Families of Southern Maryland, Vol 1, Revised. Family Line Publications, Westinster, MD. 1993.
12. Wells, Carol.
13. F. Edward Wright. Anne Arundel County Church Records of the 17th and 18th Centuries. Family Line Publications, Westminster, MD, 1989, 1994. 10.
14. Ibid. 6.
15. Doliante, Sharon J.. Maryland and Virginia Colonials, Genealogy of Some Colonial Families. P. 132.
16. Wells, Larry. Family Sheets.
17. Newman, Harry Wright. Mareen Duvall of Middle Plantation A Genealogical History of Mareen
Duvall, Gent., of the Province of Maryland and His Descendants With
Histories of the Allied Families of Tyler, Clarke, Poole, Hall, and
Merriken
REPO: @I6233@. Author, Washington. Hodges & Brumbaugh's MD Rev. Records p. 28.
18. Ibid. Pr. Geo. Deeds Liber FF #2, folio 17 June 2, 1784, Cornelious & Keziah
Duvall of Bortetace County, Virginia to James Soper & Anne or
Montgomery Co., MD for 500 lbs ster 'Vale of Benjamin' 168 1/2 a.
19. Ibid. Summer's Annals of South West Virginia pp. 405-8.
20. Ibid. B.O. Gaines' History of Scott Co. KY pp 28, 36, 157, 254.
21. Kentuckey Gazette Newspaper. Vol. XIX 2 jan 1806 cornelius Duvall Snr. living in Scott County on
M;Connel's Run near the Baptist meeting house, has a slave for sale.
22. Kentucky Scott Co Deeds. He apparently died intestate, as no will has been found. It is said
that a recorded deed 18 May 1834 Scott Co., KY gives the names of his
heirs, but the penmanship and spelling are so poor, it is almost
impossible to decipher the names and to differentiate the children
from the grandchildren. Among the surnames are WEST, RESOR, and CLARK.
23. Newman, Harry Wright. Mareen Duvall of Middle Plantation A Genealogical History of Mareen
Duvall, Gent., of the Province of Maryland and His Descendants With
Histories of the Allied Families of Tyler, Clarke, Poole, Hall, and
Merriken
REPO: @I6233@. Author, Washington. p.109-111.
24. Ibid. Pr. Geo. Deeds Liber FF #2, folio 17 June 2, 1784, Cornelious & Keziah
Duvall of Bortetace County, Virginia to James Soper & Anne or
Montgomery Co., MD for 500 lbs ster 'Vale of Benjamin' 168 1/2 a.
25. J. D. Warfield. The Founders of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties Maryland. Kohn & Poolack, 1905.
26. Bullitt County tax records, 1804, Bullitt County Courthouse. Jacob Wells was listed in the 1804 tax record. The date of his deathhas not been found.
27. Shelby County, Court Record. Marriage Bond of Grayson Wells and July (Julia) Anne Holeman. #116,1831. Shelby County Court.
28. Ford, George Hopkins. Kentucky Brights and Their Kin, Including Crabb, Drane, Ford, Hopkins,and King Families. Shelby Co. Library, Shelbyville, KY.
29. Brown, Helen W.. Prince George's County, Maryland Indexes of Church Records 1686-1885.Vol. 1, King George's Parish (also known as St. John's), Queen Ann'sParish. Prince George's County Historical Society, 1979. Viewed at NorthCarolina State Library, Raleigh, NC.
30. Ford, George Hopkins. Kentucky Brights and Their Kin, Including Crabb, Drane, Ford, Hopkins,and King Families. Shelby Co. Library, Shelbyville, KY. pg 96.
31. North Carolina State Library, Jones St., Raleigh, NC. 1850 U.S. Census Records.
32. Ibid. 1850 US CENSUS , NORTH CAROLINA STATE LIBRARY, JONES ST., RALEIGH.
33. Anderson, Rebekah Wells, HCO Box 907-H, Black Canyon City, AZ 85324. Correpondence with Rebeckah Anderson. Correspondence 12 Oct 1999.
34. Ibid. Correspondence 12 Oct 1999.
35. Ibid. Correspondence 12 Oct 1999.
36. Ibid. Correspondence 12 Oct 1999.

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