John BREWER Benjamin Franklin LOVIN Ida Lucinda LOVIN Nemmie LOVIN Sarah Alice LOVIN Rosa Lee LOVIN Mattie Arletta LOVIN Annie L LOVIN Benjamin Franklin LOVIN Minnie Mae LOVIN S F NOLASTNAME Mini tree diagram
Lucinda Pink BREWER

Lucinda Pink BREWER6,7,2,8,9,4,10,10

also known as Lucinda P LOVIN2

26th Jan 18522,1,3,4 - 10th Aug 19323

Life History

26th Jan 1852

Born in Pike County, Arkansas.2,1,3,4

1860

Resident in Muddy Fork, Pike, Arkansas.6

5th Sep 1876

Married Benjamin Franklin LOVIN in Hunt County, Texas.3,34

27th Jul 1877

Birth of daughter Ida Lucinda LOVIN in Texas.12,9,1,13,14,15

about 1878

Birth of daughter Nemmie LOVIN in Texas.1,16

17th Mar 1879

Birth of daughter Sarah Alice LOVIN in Greenville, Hunt, Texas.9,11,17

before Jun 1880

Death of daughter Nemmie LOVIN in Hunt County, Texas

18th Aug 1881

Birth of daughter Rosa Lee LOVIN in Shawnee, Pottawatomie, Oklahoma.1,11

5th Nov 1884

Birth of daughter Mattie Arletta LOVIN in Davis, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory.18,19,20,21,8,22,23,2,11,24

Aug 1886

Birth of daughter Annie L LOVIN in Indian Territory.2,4

28th Jul 1890

Birth of son Benjamin Franklin LOVIN in Washita, Caddo, Oklahoma Territory.25,1,26,27,28,29

24th Mar 1894

Birth of daughter Minnie Mae LOVIN in Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory.4,2,1,30

1900

Residence2 in Burnett, Pottawatomie, Oklahoma.2

1910

Residence3 in Wall, Stephens, Oklahoma.4

12th Jan 1913

Death of Benjamin Franklin LOVIN in Alice, Jim Wells, Texas.31,3,32,11,33

between 1915 and Jun 1919

Residence4 in Liberty County, Texas (Confederate pension application).1

8th Oct 1918

Death of daughter Rosa Lee LOVIN in Snyder, Kiowa, Oklahoma.1,11

10th Aug 1932

Death of daughter Ida Lucinda LOVIN in Weleetka, Okfuskee, Oklahoma.11

10th Aug 1932

Died in Pharaoh, Okfuskee, Oklahoma.1

(most likely)

"Old age"

10th Aug 1932

Died in Weleetka, Okfuskee, Oklahoma.3

(less likely)

after 10th Aug 1932

Buried in Hillcrest Cemetery, Weleetka, Okfuskee, Oklahoma.3

Other facts

 

CauseOfDeath: "Old age".1

 

Nationality Thought to be a Native American, likely Cherokee.5

Notes

  • Lucinda Pink Brewer is recorded with her family in Muddy Fork Township(Wilton Post Office) in Pike County Arkansas, in the 1860 census.

    1860 Federal Census, Pike County, Arkansas, 24 July, Muddy ForkTownship, PO Wilton, page 43, Hse/Fam #279
    John Brewer 46 M $422 Real Estate $160 Personal  Farmer TN
    S F Brewer 32 F NC
    M A T Brewer 12 F AR
    W A Brewer 10 M AR
    Lucinda Brewer 7 F AR
    Louisa Brewer 4 F AR
    H L Brewer 10 months M AR

    Lucinda married Benjamin Franklin Lovin on 5 September 1876 in HuntCounty, Texas.

    1880 Federal Census, Hunt County, Texas, 16 June, Precinct 6, District71, Pages 561D-562A, Hse #136. Family #137
    Loving, Frank W M 32 Farmer, Miss Miss Miss
    Loving, Lucinda W F 27 Wife Keeping House Ark Ark Ark
    Loving, Eddie W M 13 Son  Farm Laborer  Cannot write Miss Miss Ark
    Loving, Henry W M 10 Son Farm Laborer Miss Miss Ark
    Loving, Ada W F 6 Daughter Texas Miss Ark
    Loving, Ida W F 3 Daughter Texas Miss Ark
    Loving, Ally W F 1 Daughter Texas Miss Ark

    Four children were born who were not reported in the 1900 census.  IdaLucinda was the oldest, born 27 July 1877 in TExas.  It is uncertain,but it was probably in Hunt County.  Nemmie Lovin was born about 1878,and Sarah Alice was born on 17 March 1879 in Greenville, Hunt County,Texas.

    Another daughter was born in 1882, who was also already out of thehome before the 1900 census.  Rosa Lee Lovin, born 18 August 1882.The next chidl was Mattie Arletta, born 5 November 1884, whoi was thefirst child reported in the 1900 census.

    "BF and Lucinda Lovin are my great grand parents and were parents ofRosa Lee Lovin Hogue."
    --  Winna Burns, Comment on a family photo on this genealogy onAncestry.com, 29 March 2016

    1900 Federal Census, Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma, 25 June, BurnettTownship, District 194, page 15B, Hse/Fam #278
    Lovin, Benjamin F Head W M May 1850 50 MS MS MS
    Lovin, Lucinda P Wife W F Jan 1852 47 AR MS MS
    Lovin, Mattie A Dau W F Nov 1884 15 Ind Terr MS MS
    Lovin, Anna L Dau W F Aug 1886 15 Ind Terr MS MS
    Lovin, Benjamin F Son W M Aug 1891 9 Ind Terr MS AR
    Lovin, Minnie M Dau W F Mar 1894 6 Ind Terr MS AR

    "My husband, Jerry Cherry, is the grandson of Minnie Mae Lovin, theyoungest of B.F. Lovin's children."
    --  Linda, "jcld123," comment on a photo in this genealogy onAncestry.com, 29 March 2016

    Note that Lucinda's parents are reported born in Mississippi.  But wesaw in the 1860 census that they are reported as father born inTennessee and mother born in  North Carolina.  we find the report in1920 for Lucinda also matches the 1860 report.  In 1910 we are toldthey were both born in Arkansas.

    1910 Federal Census, Stephens County, Oklahoma, 15 April, WallTownship, District 245, page 1A, Hse/Fam #10
    King, Dewitt W Head M W 28 Married 2 yrs TX TN TN Farmer
    King, Annie L Wife F W 22 Married 2 yrs OK MS AR
    King, Ruby V Dau F W 15 OK TX OK
    Lovin, Benjamin F Father-in-Law M W 62 Married 35 yrs MS MS MS
    Lovin, Lucinda P Mother-in-Law F W 58 Married 35 yrs AR AR AR
    Lovin, Minnie M Dau W F 16 Single OK MS AR Farm Laborer

    Ben and Pink are living with their daughter Annie and her husband.

    In 1920, Pink is a widow living in the household of her daughter AllieS Blalock.  Ben died in 1913 in Jim Wells County, Texas.  We find thatPink and the Blalocks are now living in central Oklahoma, in thecommunity of Rush Springs, in Grady County, a little south ofChickasha.

    1920 Federal Census, Grady County, Oklahoma, 31 January, Rush Springs(Township 3), District 186, page 6B, Hse #100, Family #101
    Blalock, Sylvester J Head Rents M W 44 TX LA MS Farmer
    Blalock, Allie S [Lovin]  Wife F W 40 TX TN AR [b abt 1879]
    Blalock, Edna G  Dau F W 18 OK TX TX [b abt 1902]
    Blalock, Floria L  Dau F W 14 OK TX TX [b abt 1906]
    Blalock, Vonnie  Dau F W 11 OK TX TX [b abt 1909]
    Blalock, Jewel E  Dau F W 5yrs 4mos OK TX TX [b abt Aug 1914]
    Lovin, Pinkie L Mother-in-Law F W 68 Widow AR TN NC [b abt 1852]

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    Linda Dudley has the following notes in her genealogy of the Lovins:

    ID: I24115
    Lucinda "Pink" BREWER
    Sex F
    Birth 26 JAN 1852 in Pike County, Arkansas to Texas
    Death 10 AUG 1932 in Age: 80 - Weleetka, Okfuskee Co., Oklahoma
    [It appears Weleetka is the place of burial, but death actuallyoccurred in Pharaoh.  -- OBJ]

    As for the Native American aspect of the Lovin family, we have noevidence that Benjamin Franklin Lovin B. F. or his family were NativeAmerican.  It is possible that Isabella Wigley was but we have foundno evidence in Mississippi records. Our research has been on LucindaPink Brewer, B. F.'s 2nd wife, who we are 99% certain was Indian.  Wehave no actual evidence, only circumstantial evidence (her facialfeatures, the fact that her father migrated to Pike County, Arkansasfrom Tennessee at the same time many Cherokee Indians were doing so,and the fact that her children referred to the family as 'Black Dutch'which is a 19th century euphemism for Native Americans and persons ofblack ancestry).  Other than these circumstantial clues, we have notyet found hard evidence.
    --  Linda Dudley, cited by Peggy Conley,http://awtc.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2899172&id=I24115

    Photo of Ben and Lucinda:
    --http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/c/h/e/Linda-A-Dudley/PHOTO/0003photo.html
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    Jerry Cherry comments in a discussion list on the Brewer family:
    We have reason to believe that she is either full or part NativeAmerican. She had a sister named Lieu (or Lou) and possibly a brothernamed Oscar.

    "Pink" Brewer married Benjamin Franklin Lovin and had children named:Allie, Mattie, Anna, Minnie, Ida, Ben Lovin Jr.

    B. F. Lovin was a minister and they lived at different times inArkansas, Oklahoma and Texas.
    --  http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/an/CAG.2ACIB/2367
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    Lucinda's gravestone (footstone) has her name as Lucindia.  No familiymember has seen any instance of the name spelled that way elsewhere.
    --  Rachel Ruthart, email to Orville Boyd Jenkins, 15 October 2010

Sources

  • 1. Ancestry Trees
    • Peggy Conley,
  • 2. 1900 Federal Census, Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma Territory
    • 25 June, Burnett Township, District 194, page 15B, Hse/Fam #278
  • 3. Linda Dudley Genealogy
    • http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/c/h/e/Linda-A-Dudley/index.
  • 4. 1910 Federal Census, Stephens County, Oklahoma
    • 15 April, Wall Township, District 245, page 1A, Hse/Fam #10
  • 5. Linda Dudley Genealogy
    • http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/c/h/e/Linda-A-Dudley/PHOTO/
  • 6. 1860 Federal Census, Pike County, Arkansas
    • 24 July, Muddy Fork, PO Wilton, page 43, Hse/Fam #279
  • 7. 1920 Federal Census, Grady County, Oklahoma
    • 31 January, Rush Springs (Township 3), District 186, page 6B, Hse
  • 8. Linda Dudley Genealogy
    • http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/c/h/e/Linda-A-Dudley/tree1.
  • 9. 1880 Federal Census, Hunt County, Texas
    • 16 June, Precinct 6, District 71, Pages 561D-562A, Hse #136. Family
  • 10. Ancestry Comments
  • 11. Find a Grave Memorial Registry
  • 12. 1940 Federal Census, Okfuskee County, Oklahoma
    • 16 April, Lincoln Township, District 54-10B, page 5A, Hse #79, Owns
  • 13. 1920 Federal Census, Okfuskee County, Oklahoma
    • 21 January, Lincoln Township, District 147, page 8B, Hse/Fam #115
  • 14. 1930 Federal Census, Okfuskee County, Oklahoma
    • 3 April, Lincoln Township, District 10, page 3A, Hse #57, Fam #59
  • 15. 1910 Federal Census, Okfuskee County, Oklahoma
    • 28 April, Morse Township, District 139, page 28A, Hse/Fam #407
  • 16. RootsWeb -- Green-Lovin-Brewer Genealogy
    • http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=SHOW&db=b
  • 17. 1910 Federal Census, Grady County, Oklahoma
    • 18 April, Rush Springs, District 106, Page 2A, Hse/Fam #22
  • 18. 1910 Federal Census, Stephens County, Oklahoma
    • 29 April, Wall Township, Marlow City, District 239, page 14B, Hse
  • 19. Social Security Death Index
  • 20. Texas Death Certificate
  • 21. 1930 Federal Census, Parmer County, Texas
    • 23 April, Justice Precinct 2, District 185, page 6A, Hse #100, Fam
  • 22. Texas Death Certificate
    • Certificate #74801
  • 23. 1920 Federal Census, Stephens County, Oklahoma
    • 28 January, Marlow, District 257, page 13B, Hse #441, Fam #562
  • 24. 1940 Federal Census, Parmer County, Texas
    • 4 April, Friona, District 185-2, page 1B, Hse #31, Owns $23 [? the
  • 25. 1910 Federal Census, Grady County, Oklahoma
    • 30 April, Alex Township, District 89, page 6B, Hse/Family #94
  • 26. U.S. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
  • 27. 1920 Federal Census, Dallas County, Texas
    • 2 January, Dallas, Precinct 10, District 27, page 1A, 3404 Swiss
  • 28. Texas, Birth Certificates, 1903-1932
  • 29. British Columbia, Canada, Death Index, 1872-1990
  • 30. RootsWeb -- Green-Lovin-Brewer Genealogy
  • 31. Jerry Cherry, Genealogy Discussion Group, September 2001
    • http://genforum.genealogy.com/tx/jimwells/messages/25.html
  • 32. Ancestry Trees
  • 33. Lovin-Conley Bible
  • 34. Texas, Marriage Collection, 1814-1909 and 1966-2011

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