Eula, Don't I wish I could answer your question? The only one we think we know of for sure is Ann Ferrell who married Isham Alford about 1780 after having first been married to John Allen who was deceased by April of 1779.There is a deed of gift from John Ferrell to his granddaughter Elizabeth Allen, daughter of his daughter Ann and John Allen, deceased in April of 1779.We then have what we think is a Bible record listing Elizabeth Allen, Jesse Allen, Brittain Alford, Baldy Alford, Bynum Alford and Ann Alford as children of Isham Alford and Ann Ferrell. There is also some conflict over whether it was Polly Ferrell or Patty Ferrell who married an Alford.In the clerk's copy from the Franklin Co. courthouse that I have, it is difficult to tell the difference between "Patty" and "Polly" in the handwriting used. In one of the copies I have, it doesn't look like the "t's" are crossed so both look quite similar. To further confuse the issue, Sally/Sarah who is listed as a Frasher (Frazier) in the will was first married to Cornelius Ferrell, so just because a couple of the daughters are still named FERRELL, that doesn't mean they were not married. Supposedly, John Ferrell and Lodwick Alford were neighbors and many think their children intermarried.There is also a rumor that may have originated in GA that Lodwick's third wife was Rebecca Ferrell.This is a Lodwick Alford who was born c1710 and died some time between 1792 (date of his will) and 1799 or so.In his 1792 will, no mention is made of a wife so if this Lodwick married Rebecca Ferrell(which we have absolutely no evidence for), she was deceased by 1792 after having been mentioned in her father's will in 1786.That is not to say, that SOME Lodwick Alford wasn't the one married to Rebecca Ferrell, be it this one or some other one.There were two and possibly three Lodwicks in NC at the same time and their exactrelationship to each other is not yet known.