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Re: History of Hartford Township byA.R.Moore
Posted by: Sue Hobbs Kirk Date: August 18, 2001 at 12:24:44
In Reply to: Re: History of Hartford Township byA.R.Moore by Rebecca Haden of 627

Thank You, Rebecca.

I appreciate your information.

My ggggrandfather, William M. Hobbs, b. 1816, married Perlinda Hulett(b.1829) on 6-20-1844.

Their 4th child, William M. Hobbs, b. 3-19-1850 in Hartford, Pike County, MO. m. April 1, 1879 in Pike Co. MO to Martha Elizabeth Francis Lovelace, b. 8-31-1851. (info from Bible of Elbert Ephrin Hobbs) and Hobbs Family History book by Lucinda Boren.

So perhaps, Samuel W. Lovelace, b. 3-6-1830 in Pike Co., MO was her father.

You did mention an Elizabeth Lovelace.

William M. Hobbs was a circuit preacher/farmer. In 1892 William and Martha Elizabeth Hobbs moved to Ok. between Grove and Ketchum, OK. William died Sept. 27, 1913 and Martha Frances died Sept. 8, 1916 according to her gravestone in Mose Ridge Cem. At Topsy, OK.

I have both William and Martha Elizabeth Francis Lovelace's pictures. She was a petite lady with a determined look!

Again, Thanks!



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