Bailey LOVIN Nancy Charlotte LOVIN Nathan Morris LOVIN Bailey Cook LOVIN Benjamin Franklin LOVIN Martha Elizabeth LOVIN William M LOVIN Lucretia LOVIN Abigail C LOVIN Thomas Wright LOVIN Joseph L LOVIN Martha Jane MORRIS Nancy COOK Mini tree diagram
Bailey Cook LOVIN

Bailey Cook LOVIN5,1,2,6,7,3

18191,2,3 - 18791,4,3

Life History

1819

Born in Mississippi.1,2,3

1830

Resident in Lawrence County, Mississippi.1

1841

Married Martha Jane MORRIS in Mississippi.1

14th Feb 1842

Birth of daughter Nancy Charlotte LOVIN in Carroll County, Mississippi.2,8,6,9

about 1844

Birth of son Nathan Morris LOVIN in Holmes County, Mississippi.2,10

about 1845

Birth of son Bailey Cook LOVIN in Holmes County, Mississippi.8,2

10th Mar 1848

Birth of son Benjamin Franklin LOVIN in Holmes County, Mississippi.11,12,13,14,2,8,6,3

16th Jan 1850

Birth of daughter Martha Elizabeth LOVIN in Holmes County, Mississippi.15,1,8,16,2,17,6,18,19

Mar 1852

Birth of son William M LOVIN in Holmes County, Mississippi.2,20,21

about 1854

Birth of daughter Lucretia LOVIN in Holmes County, Mississippi.8,2

about 1855

Birth of daughter Abigail C LOVIN in Holmes County, Mississippi.8,2

31st Jan 1858

Birth of son Thomas Wright LOVIN in Holmes County, Mississippi.20,22,4,8,2

1860

Resident in Eulogy Beat, Holmes, Mississippi.1

2nd Mar 1860

Birth of son Joseph L LOVIN in Holmes County, Mississippi.23,24,25,8

1879

Died in Hunt County, Texas.1,4,3

Notes

  • The first public record I have found of Bailey/Baily Cook Lovin is aland certificate date 1 September 1848.  Bailey  C Lovin is shown ashaving paid for a 150-acre tract of public lands being sold under anact of congress in Carroll County, Mississippi.  The sale isregistered in the Land Office at Columbus, Mississippi.

    U.S. General Land Office Records, 1796-1907
    Baily C Lovin
    Carroll County, Mississippi
    Land Certificate #32722, Columbus MS Land District
    150.71 acres, bought freehold
    Section 18, Township 16 North Range 5 East,
    1 September 1848
    Statutory Reference 3 Stat 566, act of 24 April 1820

    Bailey was appointed Postmaster of Dulci, Mississippi.

    U.S., Appointments of U. S. Postmasters, 1832-1971
    Bailey C Lovin
    Dulci, Holmes, Mississippi
    Appointment Date: 28 Jun 1852

    There is a tax record for 1853 in Lawrence County, Mississippi, thatmatches Bailey Cook Lovin.  His residence continued to be in HolmesCounty, Mississippi, until he moved to Texas.  This land in LawrenceCounty must be his parents land which he inherited when they died.his mother's last residence of record was in Lawrence County.

    Mississippi, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1805-1890
    Bailey Loven
    1853 Lawrence County MS, No Township Listed
    MS 1853 State Census Index, Page 014

    1860 Federal Census, Holmes County, Mississippi, 22 October, EulogyBeat, Page 143, Hse/Family #1019
    B C Lovin 41 M Farmer $5000 Real Estate $7600 Personal bornMississippi [b abt 1819]
    Martha Lovin 28 F born Mississippi [b abt 1832]
    Nancy C Lovin 18 F born Mississippi [b abt 1842]
    Nathan M Lovin 16 M born Mississippi [b abt 1844]
    Baily C Lovin 14 M born Mississippi [b abt 1846]
    Benjm F Lovin 12 M born Mississippi [b abt 1848]
    Martha E Lovin 10 F born Mississippi [b abt 1850]
    William M Lovin 8 M born Mississippi [b abt 1852]
    Louvica [Lucretia] Lovin 6 F born Mississippi [b abt 1854]
    Alelial [Abigail] C Lovin 5 F born Mississippi [b abt 1850]
    Thomas W Lovin 3 M born Mississippi [b abt 1857]
    Joseph L Lovin 5mos M born Mississippi [b abt April 1860]

    From the age of the wife Martha and the oldest daughter Nancy, we cantell that Martha is not the mother of all these children.  I do nothave information on the first wife of Bailey Cook Lovin.  The childrenare evenly spaced at about 2 years apart, except for Louvica(Lucretia) and Alelial (Abigail), so there is no clear clue here as towhen the first wife might have died.

    But we can estimate that Martha might have married Bailey when she wasfrom 18 to 20 years old.  William is the first child likely to havebeen Martha's, as she would have been about 18 when he was born,perhaps marrying when she was 17.  We can guess that likely the threeyoungest children are the children of Martha.

    Bailey and Martha are included in the list of generations in the LovinFamily Bible.

    Parents:
    James Henry Lovin b Mar 1st 1869 Holmes Co Miss d June (?) 1949Weleetka Oklahoma
    Miss M(ary?) A(nn?) Conley b Aug 1st 1874 Grayson Co Tex d PharoahOkla
    Grandparents:
    B F Lovin b Mar 10 1848 d June 12 1913
    Isabella Wigley b Jan 20 1846 d January 1st 1876
    J R Conley b 1851 5-13th NC d 1916 Aug 29 Cedar Lane Tex
    Miss Nancy Elizabeth Winter b 1849 d 1891 Jan 12 Davis IT
    Great Grandparents:
    Baily C Lovin b 1819 d 1879 Hunt Co Tex
    Martha Morris b 1821 d 1882 Hunt co Tex
    J M Wigley, (Unknown) Pickford
    Jason Conley d Oct 9 1891 IT
    Polly Ann Bryson b 1827 NC d Mar 25 1905 Wetumka IT
    Steve Winter (wife unknown)
    --  From the Lovin Family Bible, Courtesy of the Bowles-Perry FamilyTree, Ancestry.com

    Another genealogy provides full names for all 9 children.

    Bailey Cook Lovin
    Birth 1819 in Mississippi, Death 1879 in Hunt, Texas
    Parents:
    BAILEY LOVIN 1775 - 1830
    Nancy Cook 1777 - 1844
    Marriage 1841 in Mississippi to Martha Jane Morris
    Birth 29 Aug 1821 in Mississippi
    Death 1882 in Hunt, Texas
    9 children:
    Nancy Charlotte Lovin 1842 - 1918
    Bailey Cook LOVIN b 1845
    Benjamin Franklin Lovin 1848 - 1913
    Martha E Lovin 1850 - 1926
    Nathan Morris Lovin b 1852 [census ages indicates birth about 1844]
    Lucretia Lovin b 1854
    Abigail C Lovin 1855
    Thomas Wright Lovin 1858 - 1929
    Joseph L Lovin 1860 - 1933
    --  Guess Family,http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/12305141/person/12586249754

Sources

  • 1. Ancestry Trees
  • 2. 1860 Federal Census, Holmes County, Mississippi
    • 22 October, Eulogy Beat, Page 143, Hse/Family #1019
  • 3. Lovin-Conley Bible
  • 4. 1880 Federal Census, Lamar County, Texas
    • 23 June, Precinct 3, District 77, Page 57A, Hse/Family #489
  • 5. Ancestry Trees
    • Peggy Conley,
  • 6. Find a Grave Memorial Registry
  • 7. U.S., Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles, 1861-1865
  • 8. Ancestry Trees
    • Guess Family,
  • 9. Alabama, Texas and Virginia, Confederate Pensions, 1884-1958
  • 10. 1880 Federal Census, Collin County, Texas
    • 11 June, 7th District, Enumeration District 28, Page 23, Hse/Family
  • 11. 1900 Federal Census, Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma Territory
    • 25 June, Burnett Township, District 194, page 15B, Hse/Fam #278
  • 12. 1880 Federal Census, Hunt County, Texas
    • 16 June, Precinct 6, District 71, Pages 561D-562A, Hse #136. Family
  • 13. Linda Dudley Genealogy
    • http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/c/h/e/Linda-A-Dudley/index.
  • 14. 1910 Federal Census, Stephens County, Oklahoma
    • 15 April, Wall Township, District 245, page 1A, Hse/Fam #10
  • 15. Lovinly.net Lovin Genealogy
  • 16. 1900 Federal Census, Hunt County, Texas
    • 12 June, Justice Precinct 8, District 141, page 5A, Hse/Fam #76
  • 17. Texas, Death Certificates, 1903–1982
  • 18. 1920 Federal Census, Hunt County, Texas
    • 23 February, Justice Precinct 8, District 148, page 8A, Hse #143, Fam
  • 19. Gravestone of William Julius and Martha Elizabeth Lovin Burgamy
  • 20. 1920 Federal Census, Childress County, Texas
    • 13 January, Childress City, District 22, page 11B, Jones St, Hse #197,
  • 21. 1900 Federal Census, Hunt County, Texas
    • 23 June, Greenville Ward 2, District 122, Page 57A, 244 West Spenser
  • 22. 1900 Federal Census, Hunt County, Texas
    • 13 June, Greenville Ward 2, District 122, page 15A, 216 Roberts St,
  • 23. 1930 Federal Census, Harrison County, Texas
    • 14 April, Marshall Ward 1, District 11, page 20B, 1202 North Franklin
  • 24. 1910 Federal Census, Harrison County, Texas
    • 12 April, Marshall Ward 1, District 42, page 6A, North Franklin St,
  • 25. 1920 Federal Census, Harrison County, Texas
    • 8 January, Marshall [No Ward # Reported], District 54, page 3A, 1202

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