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Re: Lovells of Rapides Parish 1870-1900
Posted by: Andrea Harris (ID *****1550) Date: October 10, 2003 at 22:35:14
In Reply to: Lovells of Rapides Parish 1870-1900 by RICK Lovell of 462

Me again! We thought great grampa's name was just Tim but great grandma was Mary Elizabeth Arrington from Grant Parish. They were married in 1873 and had eight children: James Washington, Sarah Jane, Talmon Monroe, Susie Ellen, William Lafayette, Buck, John Henry (my grandfather) and Abram Timothy.
Obviously the information we have is not totally correct but would be glad to share. Great grampa was a millwright, farmer and carpenter. Supposedly he made the first turning plow ever to be used in Grant Parish. For many years Tim and his cousin Zack R. Lovell (no information on him) owned and operated a sawmill between Pollock and Pineville, LA. He died December 12, 1888 (before Abram Timothy was born) and Mary Elizabeth Arrinton died 1894. The younger children were dispersed to relatives.


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