Allen Perry Lovejoy III

M, b. 27 March 1912, d. 29 October 2003
     Allen Perry Lovejoy III was born on 27 March 1912 at Janesville, Rock Co., WI. He was the son of Allen Perry Lovejoy and Isabelle Carr Thomas. Allen Perry Lovejoy III married Jean Hastings in 1936. Allen Perry Lovejoy III died on 29 October 2003 at Tucson, Pima Co., AZ, at age 91 Obituary (findagrave.com):

He was born in Janesville, Wisconsin on March 27, 1912. He attended Phillips Exeter Academy. He graduated from Yale College in 1934, where he was president of Dwight Hall Christian Association. He did graduate work in Economics at the University of Wisconsin. In 1947 he went to Shanghai, China as representative of the United Boards for Christian Higher Education in Asia, serving thirteen Christian colleges in China. From 1960 to 1963 he was comptroller of Tunghai University, a Christian university on Taiwan. In the last 35 years he has served in educational administration at church related colleges. Thirteen of those years were at the Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, California. He moved to Tucson, Arizona in 1992, to the Santa Catalina Villas, a retirement center, where he continued community service, working for the Oasis Tutorial Program and mentoring local youth. He was survived by his wife, Jean Hastings Lovejoy, and his five daughters Isabel Best of Geneva, Switzerland; Linda Ewald of Washington, D.C; Elizabeth Fulton of Berkeley, California; Margaret Baldwin of Orinda, California; and Helen Battad of San Jose, California, as well as eleven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

He was buried in November 2003 at Oak Hill Cemetery, Janesville, Rock Co., WI, Find A Grave Memorial# 26314610.

Amy Marinda Lovejoy

F, b. 14 September 1867, d. 28 April 1950
     Amy Marinda Lovejoy was born on 14 September 1867 at Grafton Co., NH. She married George W. Brown. Amy Marinda Lovejoy died on 28 April 1950 at Ames, Story Co., IA, at age 82

Obituary -- (Findagrave.com):

Amy was petite, weighing about a 100 lbs her entire life. She was a teacher when she married George, a man around 25 years her senior. All their children were graduates of the University of Nebraska. Amy and George were community-oriented and active, valued citizens in Custer County.

Amy died at the home of her daughter, Edith, in Ames, Iowa, and was returned for burial in Sargent, Custer, NE.

She was buried in 1950 at Mount Hope Cemetery, Sargent, Custer Co., NE, Findagrave #58592394.

Child of Amy Marinda Lovejoy and George W. Brown

Eulalia Corinne Lovejoy

F, b. 8 April 1893, d. 24 August 1972
     Eulalia Corinne Lovejoy was born on 8 April 1893 at Monroe Co., NY.1 She was the daughter of George L. Lovejoy and Alice Defendorf.1 Eulalia Corinne Lovejoy married Dr. J. Lynn Ironmonger, son of Francis J. Ironmonger and Mittie Dialtha Robertson, on 4 August 1919 at Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA. Eulalia Corinne Lovejoy died on 24 August 1972 at Los Angeles Co., CA, at age 79. She was buried in August 1972 at Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale, Los Angeles Co., CA, Find a grave Memorial# 85432312.
Note: NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - The Los Angeles Times; California; Sunday, 14 July 1912; page 39; (Newspapers.com):

Society
A number of Los Angeles young people, who recently formed a house party at East Newport, occupying a cottage on Bay avenue, included the Misses Esther Fry, Corinne Lovejoy, Gertrude Young, Lillian Gross, Miss N. Dickson and Messrs. Henry Enders, Jack Hoke, Julian Baker and Leland Reader.


NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - The Los Angeles Times (CA); Sunday, 13 July 1919; page 33; (Newspapers.com):

Society
Miss Ruth Spaulding of 400 South Beaudry avenue gave a matinee party at the Orpheum followed by a tea at the Mary Louise tearoom. The affair was the first of a series planned in honor of Miss Corrine Lovejoy, whose marriage to Dr. Lynn Ironmonger of Hollywood will take place next month. The table was decorated with all kinds of summer blossoms, and French bride dolls. A basket of flowers containing dainty handkerchiefs was given the bride-to-be. Many of the guests were former classmates at the University of California, where Miss Spaulding was graduated in June. Those at the affair were Misses Vida and Onnolee Lovejoy, Reva Herbert, Elizabeth Snyder, Mildred Eggbroad and Archie R. Mitchell and Mrs. Frederick Waring.


NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - The Los Angeles Times; California; Sunday, 3 Aug 1919; (Newspapers.com):

Society
Luncheon To Bridal Party
A delightful affair of Friday was a luncheon given by Miss Corinne Lovejoy in complement to the members of her bridal party. The table was prettily decorated in a color scheme of red and white. The centerpiece was a basket of red rosebuds. Places were marked for Misses Ruth Spaulding, Elizabeth Snyder, Mildred Eygabroad, Reen Herbert, Onnolee Lovejoy, Mattie Rowley, Mrs. Frederick Waring, Mrs. R. N. Stevenson, Mrs. Frank J. Ironmonger and Mrs. George L. Lovejoy.
Miss Lovejoy's marriage to Dr. Lynn Ironmonger is to be celebrated next week. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Lovejoy. Dr. Ironmonger is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Ironmonger. They are both graduates of Hollywood High School.


WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT - The Los Angeles Times; California; Tuesday, 5 Aug 1919; (Newspapers.com):

Wedding
Rainbow Wedding
Before an altar of white Asters and ferns Miss Corinne Lovejoy and Dr. J. Lynn Ironmonger, last evening plighted their troth, at a ceremony performed by Dr. John Snap of the Hollywood Baptist Church, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George L. Lovejoy of 1202 North Hobart boulevard.
It was a rainbow wedding, the gowns of the maids in attendance being in green, lavender and pink. Miss Vida Lovejoy was her sister's maid of honor, and was gowned in pink georgette, adorned with rosebuds in the rainbow colors. She carried an arm sheath of pink rosebuds. The frocks of the other girls were of organdy. Miss Onnolee Lovejoy, sister of the bride, and Miss Ruth Spaulding were in green; Miss Mildren Eygabroad and Miss Reen Herbert were in lavender, and Miss Elizabeth Snyder and Mrs. Frederick Waring were gowned in pink. Each of them carried French bouquets.
The bride was gowned in white satin, made with a long court train and trimmed in real lace and embroidered in pearls. Her long tulle veil was crowned with a cap of lace and orange blossoms. She carried a shower bouquet of white orchids, bride roses and sweet peas.
The service was read at 8 o'clock in the large drawing-room, which was a mass of white asters and ferns; the same floral motif being employed in the reception hall. The dining-room and the living-room were adorned in palms, ferns and Cecile Brunner roses. One hundred guests witnessed the event and remained for the reception and buffet dinner.


NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - Valley News; Van Nuys, California; 18 December 1956; (Ancestry.com):

Tots Hospital Auxiliary Sets Yule Luncheon
- Mrs. J. Lynn Ironmonger was involved with auxiliary's holiday party for the elementary age patients of the hospital.


NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - Star-News; Pasadena, California; 1 June 1970: (Ancestry.com):

Royal Oaks Manor
- Mrs. J. Lynn Ironmonger assisted in the Manor's drive to benefit the Los Angeles County Heart Association and also the annual American Cancer Society drive.

Citations

  1. [S3768] 1900 Federal Census, Monroe County, New York. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1077; FHL #1241077.

George L. Lovejoy

M, b. July 1857, d. after 13 January 1920
     George L. Lovejoy was born in July 1857 at Illinois.1 He married Alice Defendorf circa 1885.1 George L. Lovejoy died after 13 January 1920.

Child of George L. Lovejoy and Alice Defendorf

Citations

  1. [S3768] 1900 Federal Census, Monroe County, New York. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1077; FHL #1241077.

John Thomas Lovejoy1

M, b. 23 December 1913, d. 27 April 2001
     John Thomas Lovejoy was born on 23 December 1913 at Janesville, Rock Co., WI.1 He was the son of Allen Perry Lovejoy and Isabelle Carr Thomas.1 John Thomas Lovejoy began military service on 25 February 1941 Enlisted, U.S. Army. He married Jean Clarke Davidson, daughter of Floyd Davidson and Grace Elizabeth Clarke, on 15 January 1943 at District of Columbia. John Thomas Lovejoy ended military service on 12 December 1945; Discharged. He died on 27 April 2001 at age 87. He was buried in 2001 at Oak Hill Cemetery, Janesville, Rock Co., WI, Find A Grave Memorial# 26314766.

Citations

  1. [S4158] 1920 Federal Census, Rock County, Wisconsin. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 2014; FHL #1822014.

Robert Carr Lovejoy1

M, b. 20 January 1917, d. 27 July 1988
     Robert Carr Lovejoy was born on 20 January 1917 at Janesville, Rock Co., WI.1 He was the son of Allen Perry Lovejoy and Isabelle Carr Thomas.1 Robert Carr Lovejoy married Margaret T. Thom, daughter of Winfield Scott Thom and Katharine Ross Bissell, in June 1941 at Wausau, Marathon Co., WI. Robert Carr Lovejoy died on 27 July 1988 at age 71. He was buried in 1988 at Oak Hill Cemetery, Janesville, Rock Co., WI, Find A Grave Memorial# 12790175.

Child of Robert Carr Lovejoy and Margaret T. Thom

Citations

  1. [S4158] 1920 Federal Census, Rock County, Wisconsin. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 2014; FHL #1822014.

Andrew Lovelace

M
     Andrew Lovelace married Elizabeth Harris.

Child of Andrew Lovelace and Elizabeth Harris

Arabel Cecile Lovelace

F, b. 30 November 1911, d. 21 March 2005
     Arabel Cecile Lovelace was born on 30 November 1911 at Dinuba, Kaweah Twp., Tulare Co., CA. She was the daughter of Guy Lovelace and Belva Myrtle Burr. Arabel Cecile Lovelace married Phillip H. Bergwall on 4 August 1934. Arabel Cecile Lovelace died on 21 March 2005 at Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz Co., CA, at age 93 OBITUARY - Vallejo Times Herald, 27 Mar 2005

Cecile Lovelace Bergwall

Nov. 30, 1911 - March 21, 2005

At her request, no services are planned for Cecile Lovelace Bergwall, who died in Santa Cruz on March 21, 2005, at the age of 93. Cecile was born in Dinuba, California, on November 30, 1911. She graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1934, the same place and year she met and married Phillip H. Bergwall of Vallejo. Cecile obtained a teaching certificate in 1935 and taught for a short time in Oakland. The couple then moved to Vallejo, where Phillip was an engineer at Mare Island Naval Shipyard. They built their first home on Napa Street in 1938-39. Between 1949-52, they built their permanent home on Rincon Way. After Phillip died in 1970, Cecile remained in her Vallejo home until 2000, at which time she moved to Santa Cruz to be near her two grown children.
In the 1970s and 1980s, Cecile enjoyed traveling in foreign countries, in Europe and Southeast Asia, and visiting Indonesia, Australia, New Zealand, Japan and Hong Kong. An active volunteer for many years, Cecile served on the board of the Friends of the Vallejo Library, and volunteered weekly at the Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum. She also loved and supported the Vallejo Symphony. Cecile appreciated fine art and visited numerous museums in the Bay Area and during her travels abroad. Cecile enjoyed playing bridge with her friends and was always ready for a party. All agreed she was a most capable and gracious hostess.
Cecile is survived by her son, John P. Bergwall and partner Gillian Greensite of Santa Cruz; her daughter, Ann Terry and husband Jerry of Rancho Mirage, CA; her grandson, Michael Terry, and wife Elizabeth; her great-grandsons, Nicholas and Brendan Terry of Santa Monica; her sister-in-law, Mimi Bergwall Fitzpatrick of Bodega Bay; and many nieces and nephews. Donations in her name may be made to your favorite charity.


Belva Burr Lovelace

F, b. 1 January 1907, d. 9 October 1907
     Belva Burr Lovelace was born on 1 January 1907 at Tulare Co., CA. She was the daughter of Guy Lovelace and Belva Myrtle Burr. Belva Burr Lovelace died on 9 October 1907 at Tulare Co., CA.

Guy Lovelace

M, b. 15 July 1875, d. 17 March 1968
     Guy Lovelace was born on 15 July 1875 at Tennessee. He was the son of Andrew Lovelace and Elizabeth Harris. Guy Lovelace married Belva Myrtle Burr, daughter of Rizon William Burr and Belvadesa C. Hunt, on 19 September 1904. Occupation: General farming in April 1910 at Dinuba, Kaweah Twp., Tulare Co., CA.1 Guy Lovelace died on 17 March 1968 at age 92. He was buried in March 1968 at Smith Mountain Cemetery, Dinuba, Tulare Co., CA.
Note: Article from The Alta Pioneers by Harry Hurst

Rabbit Hunters
Many sportsman throughout the valley during the winter months made a business of shooting jack rabbits for the San Francisco market. During the fall and winter of 1895-96, Albert and Guy Lovelace shipped from two to six sacks of rabbits each morning from the depot at Traver. For the ninety days in February, March and April they shipped 10,467 rabbits.
These hunters worked six days a week, and their work was done in the Traver and Cross Creek country. A record kept by them for this particular period which was published at the time follows:

Rabbits killed, 10,467.
Missed one out of every eight.
Best record, 58 straight.
Poorest record, missed seven straight.
Ninety-five out of every hundred shot on the run.
Shot used, 750 pounds.

Note: This article was provided to me by Rosalie Logan of the Sequoia Genealogical Society. In an accompaning note she said. ". . . rabbit hunts were so popular in Tulare County. They were quite overpopulated that the residents had to get rid of them. And then rabbit became quite popular in the San Francisco Restaurants."

Children of Guy Lovelace and Belva Myrtle Burr

Citations

  1. [S2063] 1910 Federal Census, Tulare County, California. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 110; FHL #1374123.

Jewell Lovelace

F, b. 30 September 1908, d. 18 February 1909
     Jewell Lovelace was born on 30 September 1908 at Dinuba, Kaweah Twp., Tulare Co., CA. She was the daughter of Guy Lovelace and Belva Myrtle Burr. Jewell Lovelace died on 18 February 1909 at Dinuba, Kaweah Twp., Tulare Co., CA.

Manuel Burr Lovelace

M, b. 25 January 1905, d. 11 April 1952
     Manuel Burr Lovelace was born on 25 January 1905 at Tulare Co., CA.1 He was the son of Guy Lovelace and Belva Myrtle Burr. Manuel Burr Lovelace married Carolyn G. Grossman on 18 June 1927. Manuel Burr Lovelace died on 11 April 1952 at age 47.

Citations

  1. [S2063] 1910 Federal Census, Tulare County, California. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 110; FHL #1374123.

Melvin D. Lovelace

M, b. 29 December 1913, d. 9 July 1998
     Melvin D. Lovelace was born on 29 December 1913 at Dinuba, Kaweah Twp., Tulare Co., CA. He was the son of Guy Lovelace and Belva Myrtle Burr. Melvin D. Lovelace married Alice M. Danner on 29 December 1937 at McFarland, Kern Co., CA. Melvin D. Lovelace died on 9 July 1998 at Tulare Co. (probably), CA, at age 84 dates per SSDI, last residence Dinuba

OBITUARY - Visalia Times-Delta; Tuesday, July 14, 1998; page 4A.
Melvin Lovelace
Retired
DINUBA - Graveside services for Melvin D. Lovelace, 84, of Dinuba will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Smith Mountain Cemetery. Born in Dinuba to a pioneer family, the lifelong resident died Thursday.
He married his wife of 58 years, Alice "Peggy" Danner in McFarland in 1937. She died in 1996.
Lovelace was one of the first successful independent turkey breeders in the Dinuba area. He was a pioneer in the development of a genetically pure line of turkeys that exhibited uniformity of size and shape. He was a past master of the Dinuba Masonic Lodge No. 385, where he was a member for 41 years.
Surviving are a son, Gerald Lovelace of Milpitas; a daughter, Linda Shawl of Phoenix, Ariz; a sister, Cecile Bergwall of Vallejo; two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Arrangements are by Dopkins Funeral Chapel.
Memorials may be made to the Dinuba Presbyterian Church Building fund, 310 N. K St., Dinuba, Calif 93618 or the American Heart Association, 1495 W. Shaw Ave., Fresno, Calif 93711-3608.

He was buried in July 1998 at Smith Mountain Cemetery, Dinuba, Tulare Co., CA.

Robert Reed Lovelace1

M, b. 12 January 1910, d. 11 July 1993
     Robert Reed Lovelace was born on 12 January 1910 at Dinuba, Kaweah Twp., Tulare Co., CA.1 He was the son of Guy Lovelace and Belva Myrtle Burr.1 Robert Reed Lovelace married Dorothea Lea Shaw on 24 May 1935. Robert Reed Lovelace was buried in July 1993 at Smith Mountain Cemetery, Dinuba, Tulare Co., CA. He died on 11 July 1993 at age 83.

Citations

  1. [S2063] 1910 Federal Census, Tulare County, California. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 110; FHL #1374123.

Charmaine Loveland

F, b. 3 January 1930, d. 14 November 2006
     Charmaine Loveland was born on 3 January 1930 at Towanda, Bedford Co., PA. She married Douglas William Weigel on 29 June 1956 at Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., OH. Charmaine Loveland died on 14 November 2006 at Fairview, Erie Co., PA, at age 76 Obituary (via Findagrave.com):

Charmaine Loveland Weigel, 76, of Fairview, died Tuesday, November 14, 2006 at her residence. She was born January 30, 1930 in Towanda, Pa., a daughter of the late Victor E. and Grace Luce Loveland. Charmaine graduated from the Meadville High School in 1947 and also from Mansfield State University in 1951 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Secondary Education. She attended the Speedwriting Institute of Cleveland and worked for Bethlehem Steel from 1951 to 1957. She later worked for Continental Rubber in Erie, as Secretary to the President until 1961. From 1978 to 1984 she worked for Buffalo Molded Plastics in Erie as a Purchasing Secretary and most recently had been employed by Quaker State Corp., in Service Control, where she retired from in 1990. She was a member of St. Stephens Episcopal Church in Fairview where she was Library Board Secretary and member of the Altar Guild; was past President and Secretary of the Four Corners Garden Club; a member of the Eastern Star Delta Chapter, where she was a active in the Drill Team; The Ladies Oriental Shrine, Lotus Court, where she was past Secretary; The American Association of University Women, where she was active on the Membership Committee; The Erie Blind Center, where she was a reader for their radio programs; and was a Judge for the Audio Publishers Association. She enjoyed cross stitch and reading. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a daughter, Victoria Renee Weigel, in infancy. Survivors include her husband, Douglas W. Weigel, whom she married June 29, 1956 in Cleveland, Ohio; a son, Dr. Noel Douglas Weigel and his wife, Tammy, of Dublin, Ga; three grandchildren, Lauren, Paige and Matthew Weigel; a sister, Lucile Schiewe, of Marietta, Ga; three nieces, Marilyn Hopkins, Patricia Ellis, and Marj Weigel; and a brother-in-law, Richard Weigel, and his wife, Jane, of Stuart, Fla. There will be no calling hours observed. Friends are invited to attend a graveside service at the Fairview Cemetery on Saturday at 11 a.m., Rev. Dr. Donald L. Baxter will officiate.

Published in the Erie Times-News from November 15 to November 17, 2006.

She was buried in November 2006 at Fairview Cemetery, Fairview, Erie Co., PA, Findagrave #58156383.

Harriett Loveland

F
     Harriett Loveland married Alfred Campbell.

Child of Harriett Loveland and Alfred Campbell

Robert Claire Loveless

M, b. 2 March 1922, d. 31 March 2009
     Robert Claire Loveless was born on 2 March 1922 at Chicago, Cook Co., IL. He married Phyllis Jean Harstick, daughter of William Herman Harstick and Lillian Frances Fulrath, in 1944 at Chicago, Cook Co., IL. Robert Claire Loveless died on 31 March 2009 at Honolulu, HI, at age 87.

Children of Robert Claire Loveless and Phyllis Jean Harstick

Robert Joseph Loveless

M, b. 16 December 1961, d. 15 November 1963
     Robert Joseph Loveless was born on 16 December 1961 at Honolulu, HI. He was the son of Robert Claire Loveless and Phyllis Jean Harstick. Robert Joseph Loveless died on 15 November 1963 at Honolulu, HI, at age 1.

Timothy Dwight Loveless

M, b. 2 April 1948, d. 19 August 1965
     Timothy Dwight Loveless was born on 2 April 1948 at Chicago, Cook Co., IL. He was the son of Robert Claire Loveless and Phyllis Jean Harstick. Timothy Dwight Loveless died on 19 August 1965 at Honolulu, HI, at age 17.

Allen Lovell

M, b. 5 January 1839, d. 20 May 1910
     Allen Lovell was born on 5 January 1839 at Jay Co., IN. He married Melinda Shaneyfelt on 13 November 1861 at Portland, Jay Co., IN. Allen Lovell died on 20 May 1910 at Missaukee Co., MI, at age 71. He was buried on 22 May 1910 at Caldwell Township Cemetery, Caldwell Twp., Missaukee Co., MI, Findagrave #59156199.

Child of Allen Lovell and Melinda Shaneyfelt

Bessie Elizabeth Lovell1

F, b. 23 December 1893, d. 6 October 1988
     Bessie Elizabeth Lovell was born on 23 December 1893 at Petroleum, Wells Co., IN, Bessie apparently lived and died believing her birth year was 1892, as reflected in her narration of her biography as quoted below. However the 1900 census is quite clear and the 1892 birth year is not possible with her sister Nina having been born in May of that year. DLB 2018.1 She was the daughter of Lewis Alan Lovell and Elizabeth Catherine Nutter.1 Bessie Elizabeth Lovell married Fred LeRoy Silvers, son of Lewis Parker Silvers and Adaline Cecelia Fisher, in 1909. Bessie Elizabeth Lovell died on 6 October 1988 at Los Angeles Co., CA, at age 94 Biography (Findagrave.com):

As told by Bessie Elizabeth (Lovell) Silvers to her daughter, Alpha Lee (Silvers) [Hansard] Day on July 5th, 1984:

I was born in Petroleum, a small town just out of Bluffton, Indiana, December 23, 1892. At the age of six, my family moved to Michigan about five miles out of Manton in with my grandparent Nutter. We soon moved into a house that belonged to grandad Lovell and lived there until I was 16 and married Fred L. Silvers. This was 1909 and Fred and I moved to Montpelier, Indiana and lived with his folks for a short time. We then moved to Sabo, near Kiefer, Oklahoma.

Floyd was born in this small house and soon after his birth our house burned down and all his baby clothing was lost, as well as everything else. While he was still a small child, we moved to Gray's Corner, just out of Lawrenceville, Illinois. Here Alpha was born and we lived there until Buss was a little boy at which time we traveled by train to Wirt, Oklahoma. This was about 1917. We really lived in a small one-room house located on a company lease. During the Summertime I would take all you children wherever your Dad was working and in the Summer we lived in a big tent near Loco, Oklahoma within sight of the oil well where Fred worked.

About 1919 we moved near Healdton, out toward Wilson and lived in the country. This is where Floyd and Alpha started to school. Jack was born here, January 19, 1920. While Jack was very little, we all moved to Commanche and again we moved out near the well where Dad worked (near Lindsy) and again lived in a very large tent. This is where Floyd learned to read the road side signs - "Bad curve, slow down" - and Floyd said "Bed covers, Snow Brown."

After that Summer in the country, we moved to the Smally Lease, a short distance from Healdton. Our house was 12' x 24', and during this time, Aunt Grace and her three small boys moved in with us because she had no place else to go. The floor, by night, was rows of little boys. A total of ten people lived in this house and it did not seem a problem at that time. I just stepped over the kids and got my work done.

Then Dad left for South America in 1925 and Jack was five years old. Soon after that, 1926 or 1927, we moved into our first big house - the big blue house - out on the road and we lived there and attended Healdton schools until we moved to Stillwater in 1933 just in time for the fall semester of College for Floyd and Alpha.

In 1935, Alpha graduated from College, Buss from High School, and Jack from Junior High all on the same day, and Floyd graduated the semester after that.

After this time, each of you went your own way living in various places.

She was buried in October 1988 at Rose Hills Memorial Park, Whittier, Los Angeles Co., CA, Findagrave #62954425.

Children of Bessie Elizabeth Lovell and Fred LeRoy Silvers

Citations

  1. [S4586] 1900 Federal Census, Missaukee County, Michigan. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 732; FHL #1240732.

Betty Jean Lovell

F, b. 4 September 1921, d. 28 June 2004
     Betty Jean Lovell was born on 4 September 1921 at Grand Rapids, Kent Co., MI. She was the daughter of Jesse Nutter Lovell and Mary Christina Werkema. Betty Jean Lovell married Lyle L. Parker. Betty Jean Lovell died on 28 June 2004 at Kent Co., MI, at age 82.

Donald James Lovell1

M, b. 1 May 1905
     Donald James Lovell was born on 1 May 1905 at Bloomfield Twp., Missaukee Co., MI.1 He was the son of Lewis Alan Lovell and Elizabeth Catherine Nutter.1

Citations

  1. [S4587] 1910 Federal Census, Missaukee County, Michigan. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 665; FHL #1374678.

Dortha R. Lovell1

F, b. 17 July 1919
     Dortha R. Lovell was born on 17 July 1919 at Missaukee Co., MI.1 She was the daughter of Harvey Lewis Lovell and Hazel Adelma Kinsey.1 Dortha R. Lovell lived in 1993 at 1600 North Old Coachman Road, Clearwater, Pinellas Co., FL.

Citations

  1. [S4588] 1920 Federal Census, Missaukee County, Michigan. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 785; FHL #1820785.

Elizabeth Lovell

F
     Elizabeth Lovell married David Harmon Coffman, son of Johann Andrew Kauffman and Magdalena Barbara Martin, in 1774 at Fauquier Co., VA.

Children of Elizabeth Lovell and David Harmon Coffman

Esther Lucille Lovell1

F, b. 23 December 1912, d. 25 August 1925
     Esther Lucille Lovell was born on 23 December 1912 at Bloomfield, Missaukee Co., MI.1 She was the daughter of Lewis Alan Lovell and Elizabeth Catherine Nutter.1 Esther Lucille Lovell died on 25 August 1925 at Cadillac, Wexford Co., MI, at age 12. She was buried in August 1925 at Fairview Cemetery, Manton, Wexford Co., MI, Findagrave #59693602.

Citations

  1. [S4588] 1920 Federal Census, Missaukee County, Michigan. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 785; FHL #1820785.

Eva Pearl Lovell1

F, b. 10 August 1910
     Eva Pearl Lovell was born on 10 August 1910 at Lake City, Missaukee Co., MI.1 She was the daughter of Lewis Alan Lovell and Elizabeth Catherine Nutter.1

Citations

  1. [S4588] 1920 Federal Census, Missaukee County, Michigan. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 785; FHL #1820785.

Flossie Justyne Lovell

F, b. 18 March 1912, d. 30 April 2005
     Flossie Justyne Lovell was born on 18 March 1912 at Manton, Wexford Co., MI. She was the daughter of Henry Robert Lovell and Grace Pearl Bever. Flossie Justyne Lovell married Harry V. Erickson before April 1940. Flossie Justyne Lovell died on 30 April 2005 at Henderson, Clark Co., NV, at age 93. She was buried in May 2005 at Fairview Cemetery, Manton, Wexford Co., MI, Findagrave #83750608.

Harold Levi Lovell1

M, b. 20 January 1897, d. 3 October 1959
     Harold Levi Lovell was born on 20 January 1897 at Petroleum, Wells Co., IN.1 He was the son of Lewis Alan Lovell and Elizabeth Catherine Nutter.1 Harold Levi Lovell died on 3 October 1959 at Manton, Wexford Co., MI, at age 62.

Citations

  1. [S4586] 1900 Federal Census, Missaukee County, Michigan. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 732; FHL #1240732.

Harvey Lewis Lovell1

M, b. 28 April 1895, d. 28 May 1960
     Harvey Lewis Lovell was born on 28 April 1895 at Petroleum, Wells Co., IN.1 He was the son of Lewis Alan Lovell and Elizabeth Catherine Nutter.1 Harvey Lewis Lovell married Hazel Adelma Kinsey, daughter of Levi Kinsey and Mirta Agnes Danberry, on 15 December 1916 at Manton, Wexford Co., MI. Harvey Lewis Lovell lived on 22 January 1920 at Bloomfield Twp., Missaukee Co., MI.2 He lived on 8 April 1940 at Manton, Wexford Co., MI, Delivery truck driver.3 He died on 28 May 1960 at Manton, Wexford Co., MI, at age 65. He was buried in 1960 at Fairview Cemetery, Manton, Wexford Co., MI, Findagrave #59693767.

Children of Harvey Lewis Lovell and Hazel Adelma Kinsey

Citations

  1. [S4586] 1900 Federal Census, Missaukee County, Michigan. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 732; FHL #1240732.
  2. [S4588] 1920 Federal Census, Missaukee County, Michigan. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 785; FHL #1820785.
  3. [S4589] 1940 Federal Census, Wexford County, Michigan. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 1838.