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|Laura Moore (#46896691)|
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Thank you so much for leaving a token for my nieces, Denise and April Blaze. It was very thoughtful of you and greatly appreciated.
Added by Mike on Jul 16, 2012 5:55 PM
|Jill||RE: Lovett Family|
Thanks for answering me. I don't know much about the Fullers, except for the the census records that I have found, but I would love to know more. Personal stories are always better. :) I did find a website that I don't know if you have seen called www.screunion.com. The author of that website had researched his family line, the Fuller were one family in that line and he has some great family tree info.
I am curious if Merica's full name was America, as per the 1870 &1880 census records, though her tombstone reads Merica.
I would be very interested in learning about Merica's brother James, and whatever information you have about her family.
From what I have heard from my grandmother. Merica's husband, whom they called Daddy Bill, was much loved by the grandchildren. Unfortunately Merica had passed away before my grandmother was even born. My grandmother is named after one of William B. and Merica's daughters--Callie Sue.
Added by Jill on Apr 06, 2009 8:55 PM
|Jill||Are you a relative of the Lovetts?|
I noticed that you had marked the tombstones of William B. Lovett and Merica Lovett as well as their infant daughter. Are you related to them?
William B. and Merica are my great-great grandparents.
Have you done any research on the family? I have done some, which I would be glad to share.
Added by Jill on Apr 06, 2009 11:49 AM
You are most welcome, did you notice that the stone was spelled "Bruce"? If you have any more requests in this area, just let me know. Steve
Added by SteveL on Nov 13, 2008 8:09 AM