Mary Ann Sloan born abt 1843 in Missouri death date unknown. She was orphaned in 1841. 1850 census has her living withher sister Virginia Cabell Sloan at the residence of Dr Joseph LaFon in Palmyra Missouri. Court records of 4 Jan 1858 indicate, that Mary was still single and guardian of Virginia, Robert and Sam Jr. who were all under the age of 21. This information is from Mary's petition for partition of the slaves. I lose track of her after that point. The only other reference to her is in the book "The Cabells and their Kin", by Alexander Brown, on page 531, in the annotation for her mother, Pocahontas Rebecca Peyton Harrison it states that Mary Sloane has married three times, has been a great "traveler all over the world". NOTE the spelling of the last name and the information concerning the entire family must have been provided by a third party as most of the data is partially incorrect. Her father Samuel was born abt 1796 in Pulaski County, Kentucky not Jacksonville, Illinois he died in 1841 and her mother died in 1845 both in Palmyra, Missouri. There was an additional child Ellen born 1831 and died 1833 from Cholera in Palmyra.