No real identification, just more information I have collected from books, records online and film. Here's what I've collected about some Freelands in early Louisiana: 1810: Feliciana Area: Alexander Freeland and John Freeland in the Red Wood Creek (area?) James Freeland - Little Sara Bayou John Freeland and Ralph Freeland - St. Helena Parish 1810: St. Landry marriage of Nancy Freeland(?) and Benjamin Winfrey 1812: Indenture "land bounded by Alexander Freeland" 1812: Alexander Freeland living in St. Helena Parish 1813-1824: Valid land owners - George Freeland Sr. & George Freeland Jr. LA soldiers in War of 1812: Capt. Lleweln Griffith's Mtd. Riflemen Oct. 1814-Mar 1815 Isaac Freeland pvt George Freeland pvt. James Freeland pvt. 12 & 13 Cons. Regt LA Militia: John Freeland St. Helena Parish War of 1812 veterans: John Freeland, Ralph Freeland 1819: W Feliciana marriage of Sarah Freeland and G.H. Patterson
Jackson City area: p.60 George Freeland 101110-00100, p.60 Isaac Freeland 000010-00010 (Is this the Isaac Freeland who married Margaret Kinchelow 1809 in Wilkinson Co MS?)
1820: West Feliciana marriage of Elizabeth Freeland and Peter McQueen 1825: Death of George Freeland in St. Francisville 1826: Death of George Freeland in both West Feliciana newspapers 1828: West Feliciana marriage of Mary Freeland and Picket Luck 1829: Will of Elizabeth Adams of city of Jacson - Polly Ayres, wife of Samuel Freeland cited in West Feliciana. "Samuel Freeland the husband of Mary Ayres also heir of the dec'd."
1830: West Feliciana p.229 Samuel L. Freeland 011111-23002 (two families?) 1831: Court document - "Mary Ayres, wife of Samuel Freeland" "wife" crossed out and "widow" written. Living in West Feliciana area. Children of Mary A. and Samuel Freeland: Elizabeth, Harriet, Sarah Ann.(Mary A. d/o Wm Ayers and Elizabeth Dortch)
1835: East Feliciana marriage of Isaac Freeland and Susan Ann Smith. See 1850 West Feliciana census for family. All said to have been born in LA.
In addition Natchez MS court records in 1794 list John Freeland, George Freeland and Alexander Freeland. According to land sales, early TN Freelands left the Nashville area and headed south.