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James Monroe Lovvorn
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Birth: Apr., 1775
Death: May 23, 1825
St. Clair County
Alabama, USA

According to "First Families of Henry County, Georgia," James Monroe Lovvorn and his wife, Hannah Smith Lovvorn, were living in Georgia when he purchased an estate in St. Clair County, Alabama, in 1824. The story is told that while fishing on Canoe Creek during a visit there in 1825, he died when he fell on a sharp cane and was buried by Indians about six miles west of Ashville. 
Family links: 
  Thomas Loving (1753 - 1829)
  Hannah Smith Lovvorn (1780 - 1829)*
  William Arthur Lovvorn (1807 - 1895)*
  John Newton Lovvorn (1812 - 1891)*
  Ann Elizar Lovvorn Smith Harris (1817 - 1881)*
  Mabel Lovvorn Chaffin (1822 - 1876)*
  Edmond Loving (1773 - 1831)*
  James Monroe Lovvorn (1775 - 1825)
  James Monroe Lovvorn (1775 - 1825)*
  Mary Ann Loving Pace (1779 - 1841)*
*Calculated relationship
Non-Cemetery Burial
Specifically: Buried by Indians; exact site unknown
Created by: James Lee
Record added: May 07, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 89744773

Great-great-great-grandfather of Robert B. Lovvorn, Sr., son of Sterling B. Lovvorn, son of John Samuel Lovvorn, son of James N. Lovvorn, son of William Arthur "Billy" Lovvorn.
- The Robert B. Lovvorn, Sr. family
 Added: Jan. 24, 2015
In honor of my 4x great grandfather
- Drusilla Rice Vaughn
 Added: Aug. 23, 2013

- Sarah Johnson
 Added: Jul. 28, 2012
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