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  • ID: I89001
  • Name: William Lovewell
  • Given Name: William
  • Surname: Lovewell
  • Suffix: (Lovell.)
  • Sex: M
  • Change Date: 4 DEC 2006
  • Note: ... 1 2
  • Birth: ABT 1790
  • Death: 28 MAR 1875
  • Burial: AFT 28 MAR 1875 Lovell Cem, Barnston, Coaticook County, Quebec, Canada



    Father: Zacheus Lovewell b: 9 NOV 1758
    Mother: Hepzebah Taplin

    Marriage 1 Mary Hanson b: 1796 in Alton, Belknap County, New Hampshire, United States
    • Married: ABT 1821

    Sources:
    1. Abbrev: email
      Title: email
      Text: kelly Smith

      ...I am related to the Hanson family. Mary Hanson, Micajah Hanson?s daughter Mary is my Great Great Great Grandmother and she married William Lovewell (Lovell). Micajah is buried in the Lovell Cemetery in Barnston, Quebec (refer to Internment.net under Lovell Cemetery). As you probably know he married Nancy Rogers. I am trying to locate any information on where William Lovewell originated from in the US (pretty sure New England) with no luck. I have a record that he came to Canada during the War of 1812 or possibly before. If you happen to have any information about William Lovewell I would really really appreciate it. I have some limited information on the Hansons which I would be pleased to share. Regards, Kelly M. Smith (Mr.)...
    2. Abbrev: Internet
      Title: Internet
      Page: http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jacqueline4242&id=I04344
      Text: Family Group Record FamilySearch? Ancestral File v4.19
      Zaccheus Lovewell Compact Disc #12 Pin #964013
      Sex: M

      Event(s):
      Birth: 9 Nov 1758 Place: Dunstable, Middlesex, MA
      Death: 1817 Place:

      Parents:
      Father: Nehemiah Lovewell Disc #12 Pin #963939
      Mother: Rachel Farwell Disc #12 Pin #963980

      Marriage(s):
      Spouse: Hepsibah Taplin Disc #12 Pin #964014

      Marriage: abt 1783 Place: Of Corinth, Orange, Vermont

      Family Group Record FamilySearch? Ancestral File v4.19

      Husband's Name
      Zaccheus LOVEWELL (AFN:GRH8-PB) Pedigree

      Born: 9 Nov 1758 Place: Dunstable, Middlesex, Ma
      Died: 1817 Place:
      Married: Abt 1783 Place: Of Corinth, Orange, Vermont

      Father: Nehemiah LOVEWELL (AFN:59XQ-BF) Family
      Mother: Rachel FARWELL (AFN:D2QM-6G)

      Wife's Name
      Hepsibah TAPLIN (AFN:GRH8-QH) Pedigree

      Born: 1754 Place: Marlboro, Middlesex, Ma
      Married: Abt 1783 Place: Of Corinth, Orange, Vermont

      Father: John TAPLIN (AFN:GRHD-9S) Family
      Mother: Hepsibah BRIGHAM (AFN:GRHD-B0)

      Children

      1. Sex Name
      M Zaccheus LOVEWELL (AFN:GRH8-RN) Pedigree

      Born: Abt 1784 Place: Of Corinth, Orange, Vermont

      2. Sex Name
      F Betsey LOVEWELL (AFN:GRH8-ST) Pedigree

      Born: Abt 1786 Place: Of Corinth, Orange, Vermont

      3. Sex Name
      M Joseph Bliss LOVEWELL (AFN:GRH8-V6) Pedigree
      Born: Abt 1788 Place: Of Corinth, Orange, Vermont

      4. Sex Name
      M William LOVEWELL (AFN:GRH8-WC) Pedigree

      Born: Abt 1794 Place: , , Massachusetts

      5. Sex Name
      M Jonathan LOVEWELL (AFN:GRH8-XJ) Pedigree

      Born: Abt 1796 Place: , , Massachusetts
      Died: 1832 Place:

      6. Sex Name
      M Moody Bedell LOVEWELL (AFN:GRH8-0P) Pedigree

      Born: 1792 Place: Of Marlboro, , Mass
      Died: 1854 Place: Swan Creek, , Il

      7. Sex Name
      F Hepsibah LOVEWELL (AFN:GRH8-T1) Pedigree

      Born: 18 Dec 1786 Place: Of Corinth, Orange, Vermont
      Died: Oct 1865 Place:
      ==================
      STANSTEAD JOURNAL VITAL STATISTICS 1845-1860
      Page 6.
      NOTICE: I have given my son HENRY LOVEWELL his time to transact business
      for himself, and I shall neither claim his wages nor pay any of his debts after
      this date.
      Barnston, Oct. 21, 1846 WILLIAM LOVEWELL.
      ======================
      Inscription on LOVELL MONUMENT - LOVELL CEMETERY in Barnston, Stanstead County, Quebec:

      Front Side:

      William Lovell (WILLIAM LOVEWELL)
      Died Mar. 28, 1875
      Aged 85 yrs

      His wife
      Mary Hanson
      Died May 28, 1864
      Aged 68 yrs
      =======================
      Isaac Merriman
      Died Nov. 6, 1856
      Aged 62 yrs

      His Wife
      Rectina Bullock
      Died Feb. 13 1870
      Aged 72 yrs
      =====================
      Right Side:

      John Lovell
      Died May 5, 1885
      Aged 63 yrs

      His Wife
      Annis Merriman
      Died Mar. 22, 1885
      Aged 59 yrs

      Their Daughter
      Nettie
      Died Oct. 9, 1868
      Aged 8 yrs, 9 mos.
      ==============
      Back Side:

      Children of

      H. & A. W. Lovell
      Josie, Aged 9 yrs
      Winnie, Aged 6 yrs (both) Died Mar.2, 1870

      Walter H. Lovell
      Died Mar. 10, 1889
      AE. 54 yrs
      ===================
      Left Side:

      Arty. W. Merriman
      Wife of
      H. Lovell
      Died Feb. 10, 1885
      Aged 57 yrs
      =================
      Received 11-25-04
      MASS VITAL RECORD CDS = -0- William Lovewell, but it does eliminate that he was born in MA. The Lovewell family was in NH and then went to VT. Corinth VT would be where there may be records on William.

      Genealogical Dictionary of New England - James Savage:
      LOVEWELL, JOHN, Boston 1660, of wh. we kn. nothing exc. that he
      was witness that yr. to will of Thomas Rawlins. JOHN, Dunstable
      1690, had John, b. 14 Oct. 1691, more celebr. than any youth of his
      time, for serv. and sagac. in Ind. warf. k. at Pequawket 8 May 1725;
      Hannah; Zaccheus, 22 July 1701, wh. was col. of a N. H. regim. in
      the last French war, 1759; and Jonathan, 14 May 1713, a preach. rep.
      and judge. See Farmer and Moore's Coll. I. 57, and III. 64; Belkn. I.
      208 and 319; Fox, Hist. of D. 246. He, with the comm. exagger. of
      his age, is said popularly to have been 20 yrs. old, and prob. was near
      100 at his d. a. 1754.
      +++++++++++++++++
      John Lovewell Savage refers to is the husband of Hannah.
      Dunstable MA published vital records:
      John Lovewell married Anna Hassell, Dec 7, 1686 CT.R. (Court Record, Middsex County Court)
      Hannah died Jan 5, 1754 N.R.
      John died July 2, 1763 N.R.
      Children:
      John Oct 14, 1691 N.R.
      Hana Sept 2[torn] after 1691 N.R.
      Zacheous July 22, 1701 N.R.
      Jonathan May 14, 1713 N.R.
      John June 30, 1718 N.R.
      Hanah July 24, 1721 N.R.
      Lovwell,Nehemiah Jan 9, 1726-7 N.R.

      The data on the Lovewell family in the Dunstable MA [Middlesex Co] published vital records was taken from the First Book of Dunstable Town Records at City Hall in Dunstable NH, which is indicated by N.R. at the end of the records.

      Zaccheus Lovewell, born July 22, 1701 was colonel of a NH regiment in the last French War, which took place 1754-1763. Col Zaccheus Lovewell died April 12, 1772 in his 72nd yr GR5. GR5 is Gravestone record, Little Cemetery, South Nashua NH.

      Dunstable MA marriages, Pg 156 Lovewell, Nehemiah & Rachel Farwell both of Dunstable NH Nov 24, 1748 N.R.

      There is a Dunstable NH and a Marlborough NH which is probably where this family was located at one time. There was no William Lovewell listed in the records of Dunstable MA, it is probably Dunstable NH. There is no Hepsibah Taplin born in Marlborough MA it may have been Marlborough NH.

      Did find John Taplin married Hepsibah Brigham, Worcester County in Southborough MA published vital records, March 21, 1748-9. No children born to them in Southborough MA.

      The beginning of the Dunstable MA published vital records book indicates:
      Dunstable MA was incorporated Oct 16, 1673 upon the petition of 26 proprietors of lands along the Merrimack, Nashua and Souhegan rivers. It was named from Dunstable in Bedfordshire England, the former home of some of the earliest settlers of that locality.
      Jan 4, 1733 part established as Nottingham NH.
      July 4, 1735 part included in the new town of Litchfield NH.
      By the divisional line established in 1741, between MA and NH, a large part of the original township, together with what is now Nashua NH, was included in the latter state.

      I checked my NH Families disk and there is nothing on Lovewell, this disk traces NH families settled in NH before 1699, but it looks like Lovewells went later or were there automatically because of the boundary changes of the divisional line in 1741.

      Another disk I have:
      HISTORYOF THE TOWN OF BRISTOL NH
      Local and Family Histories: New England, 1600-1900s
      "In 1724, Capt. John Lovewell was authorized by the Massachusetts legislature to raise a company of men to "range and keep out in the woods in order to kill and destroy the enemy Indians." He was to receive a bounty of one hundred pounds for each scalp secured. With thirty men, he went up the Pemigewasset valley. In Campton they surprised a man and a boy in a wigwam. They killed the man and took his scalp, but carried the boy to Boston as a captive. In January, 1725, Capt. Lovewell marched over the same ground again with a larger party. At the mouth of Squam river they turned aside to "Casumpe pond," where they killed a black moose. Here, too, they struck the trail of a party of ten Indians. They hastily pursued and overtook the savages, whom they found sleeping at night in a camp near a frozen pond in what is now Wakefield. They killed every man, took their scalps, stretched them on
      poles and carried them in triumph to Boston, and were paid $5,000 for their valor. Capt. Lovewell met his death only a few months later in a fight with the savages at Fryeburg, Me., when he and twelve of his men were killed and twenty-two wounded."

      The HISTORY OF PEMBROKE NH has quite a bit on John Lovewell, describing the whole fight when he was killed. Quite something to read on Thanksgiving Day.

      Also found in the same history of Pembroke NH:
      "NOTE.--Captain Lovewell was born in Dunstable Oct. 14, 1691. His father was John Lovewell, an ensign in the army of Oliver Cromwell about 1653, who died about 1754 at the great age of 120 years or more. He married Hannah (???) (???) and had three children,--John, born June 30, 1718, and died July 2, 1763; Hannah, born July 24, 1721, who married Capt. Joseph Baker, and settled in Pembroke; and NEHEMIAH, born Jan. 9, 1726, and marrying Rachel, daughter of Jonathan Farwell, went to Corinth, Vt., where he died, leaving a numerous family. Captain Lovewell's widow married for a second husband a man by the name of Smith, and died Jan. 5, 1754."

      [Corinth VT maybe would have records on the family of Nehemiah.]

      Same history -
      "George W. Stone, David Farrington, Joseph Baker, Jr., David Fowler, Stephen and Levi Baker, Joseph Baker, Lovewell Baker, Capt. Joseph Baker ??. This was first division lot No. 55, and was drawn by heirs of Capt. John Lovewell. Capt. Baker married Hannah, only daughter of Capt. John Lovewell, and early settled upon this lot.
      Capt. Baker was a man of note in his time. In 1758, Gov. Benning Wentworth commissioned him "Captain of the foot Company in the place commonly called and known by the name of Suncook, in Col. Zacheus Lovewell's Regiment." Capt. John Lovewell had two sons, John and Nehemiah. Nehemiah was born after the death of his father. In 1738, John Lovewell deeded to Capt. Baker all his claim or right in the township of Suncook. In 1746, Nehemiah Lovewell deeded to Capt. Baker all his right in said township. On account of the controversy with the
      proprietors of Bow, and the claim made by said proprietors for the lands of said Suncook, John and Nehemiah Lovewell, in 1756, gave Capt. Baker an obligation that they would share with him all loss on account of the said claim, whether he was obliged to give up the land, or pay Bow proprietors for it."

      So it looks like if William Lovewell born 1790 was the grandson of Nehemiah and Rachel Lovewell he would probably have been born in Corinth, VT. (Report by Cindy)
      ===================
      EARLY GENERATIONS OF THE
      FOUNDERS OF OLD DUNSTABLE
      THIRTY FAMILIES
      EZRA S. STEARNS, A. M.
      Publisher: GEORGE E. LITTLEFIELD, BOSTON 1911

      THIRTY DUNSTABLE FAMILIES Page 44

      vii. ZACCHEUS, born November 8, 1758. In the Revolution he served in his father's company of COL. BEDEL's regiment and in several companies of Vermont organizations commanded by CAPT. THOMAS JOHNSON, CAPT. JOHN SIMEON STEVENS. CAPT. NEHEMIAH LOVEWELL, CAPT. JOHN G. BAILEY, and was a sergeant at Fort Wait in Corinth.

      He married HEPSIBAH TAPLIN, who was the mother of seven children:

      ZACCHEUS,
      BETSEY,
      HEPSIBAH,
      JOSEPH BLISS,
      MOODEY BEDEL,
      WILLIAM and
      JONATHAN.
      HEPSIBAH, wife of ZACCHEUS, died about 1800. He married, second IRENE LYMAN LOVELAND by whom he had three children;
      NEHEMIAH,
      SAMUEL and
      LYMAN.
      Of these NEHEMIAH, born February 1, 1803, married July 20, 1826, SARAH C. HUBBARD, married, second, August 19, 1845, PHEBE (COLE) HILL.
      He was a surveyor living several years in Orleans County, New York, and beginning 1855, at coldwater, Michigan. He died in Chicago Illinois, January 3, 1890. His youngest son, CHARLES HUBERT LOVEWELL, M. D., born October 9, 1848, University of Michigan, M. D., 1871, is a skillful physician of chicago.
      ========================
      1910 Census Chgo 31 ward-6058 Wentworth: Chas H. Lovewell, age 60, married 37? b-Ill, p-b-Connecticut, wife Debbie, age 59, b-NY, p-b-NY, son Frank S 24, single, b-Ill, p-b-NY, Mary Caldwell m-i-l, age 86, b-NY, p-b-NY. Chas is physician....Frank civil engineer.
      ========================
      May 6, 1917 Chicago Tribune:
      Mr. and Mrs. James H. Caldwell of Taylor, N.D. will be buried in Chicago tomorrow. The funeral will be held at the residence of Mrs. Charles H. Lovewell, 6058 Wentworth avenue, sister of Mr. Caldwell, at 3 pm. Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell were killed by one of their employes when they attempted to interfere in his attack on a maid in the Caldwell home. It was at first reported that the attack was on a daughter. Mr. Caldwell came into public notice when "J. C. R." the man of mystery, claimed to be a long lost son ready for his inheritance.....Obit Chgo Tribune May 6, 1917..Mr. and Mrs. James H. Caldwell, Monday, April 30, 1917 at Taylor N.D. Funeral services Monday, May 7, at the home of Dr. C. H. Lovewell, 6058 Wentworth-av., at 3 pm.
      =========================
      1860 US CENSUS
      LOVEWELL, NEHEMIAH
      MICHIGAN , BRANCH, OVID
      Age: 57, Male, Race: WHITE, Born: CANA
      Series: M653 Roll: 538 Page: 666
      HOUSEHOLD:
      LOVEWELL, NEHEMIAH age 57 occ: Farmer b. LOWER CANADA
      LOVEWELL, PHEBE age 40 b. NY
      LOVEWELL, SARAH age 27 b. NY
      LOVEWELL, PHEBE age 15 b. NY
      LOVEWELL, CHARLES age 12
      BARNES, DAVID W. age 42 occ: Farmer b. LOWER CANADA (wife listed next as head of household)
      =========================
      1870 US CENSUS
      LOVEWELL, NEHEMIAH
      MICHIGAN , BRANCH, OVID
      Age: 67, Male, Race: WHITE, Born: CANA
      Series: M593 Roll: 665 Page: 252
      HOUSEHOLD:
      LOVEWELL, NEHEMIAH age 67 b. Canada occ: Surveyor
      LOVEWELL, PHEBE P. age 50 b. NY
      LOVEWELLL, PHEBE E. age 24 occ: teacher
      LOVEWELL, CHARLES H. age 21 occ: teacher
      ========================
      1880 US CENSUS
      Nehemiah LOVEWELL
      Male
      Other Information:
      Birth Year <1803>
      Birthplace VT
      Age 77
      Occupation At Home
      Marital Status W
      Race W
      Head of Household Fred MILLER
      Relation FatherL
      Father's Birthplace NH
      Mother's Birthplace NH
      Household:
      Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
      Fred MILLER Self M Male W 48 NY Trav. Salesman NY NY
      Harriet MILLER Wife M Female W 43 VT Keeping House VT VT
      Mivia D. MILLER Mother W Female W 73 NY At Home NY NY
      Nehemiah LOVEWELL FatherL W Male W 77 VT At Home NH NH
      Bertha LOVEWELL Niece S Female W 12 WI At School VT WI
      Paul LOVEWELL Nephew S Male W 3 PA VT WI
      Rachel BEESUCKER Other S Female W 21 PA Servant PA PA
      Source Information:
      Census Place Prairie Du Chien, Crawford, Wisconsin
      Family History Library Film 1255421
      NA Film Number T9-1421
      Page Number 117C
      =======================
      Anonymous
      Branch County directory and historical record : containing a complete list of residents arranged by townships and wards in alphabetical order, business directories of Coldwater, Quincy, Union City and Bronson : also a concise history of the county, as a whole and by townships, from the earliest settlement to the present time, interspersed with sketches, anecdotes and incidents, concerning persons of the county and their interests, &c., &c.
      Ann Arbor: Courier Steam Print. House, 1871, 315 pgs.

      OVID Township Page 163.

      LOVEWELL, N., surveyor, post office, Coldwater
      LOVEWELL, CHARLES H., teacher, post office, Coldwater
      =====================
      1881 CANADA CENSUS
      Johnson TAPLIN Household
      Male
      Other Information:
      Birth Year <1822>
      Birthplace Canada
      Age 59
      Occupation Carpenter
      Marital Status M
      Ethnic Origin English
      Head of Household Johnson TAPLIN
      Religion Adventist
      Household:
      Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
      Johnson TAPLIN M Male English 59 Canada Carpenter Adventist
      Lavina TAPLIN M Female English 57 Canada Adventist
      Lois AGER W Female English 79 Canada Adventist
      Source Information:
      Census Place Coaticook, Stanstead, Quebec
      Family History Library Film 1375835
      NA Film Number C-13199
      District 56
      Sub-district G
      Division 1
      Page Number 37
      Household Number 189
      ===================
      STANSTEAD JOURNAL VITAL STATISTICS 1891-1905
      Page 136.
      DEATH - HOOVER
      MRS. ELIZABETH HOOVER da. Jan. 7, 1900 at the home of her dau. MRS. E. J. BATCHELDER of East Thetord, aged 84 yrs. 9 mos. She was the dau. of JOHN & SUSAN TAPLIN & grand-dau. of JOHNSON TAPLIN of Corinth, Vt., one of the first settlers of Stanstead Plain.
      =====================



      1881 CANADA CENSUS who does he belong to?
      William H. LOVELL
      Male
      Other Information:
      Birth Year <1857>
      Birthplace Quebec
      Age 24
      Occupation Merchant
      Marital Status M
      Ethnic Origin English
      Head of Household William H. LOVELL
      Religion C. Baptist
      Household:
      Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
      William H. LOVELL M Male English 24 Quebec Merchant C. Baptist
      Estella LOVELL M Female English --- Quebec C. Baptist
      Source Information:
      Census Place Barnston, Stanstead, Quebec
      Family History Library Film 1375835
      NA Film Number C-13199
      District 56
      Sub-district F
      Division 1
      Page Number 55
      Household Number 265
      ========================
      1901 CANADA CENSUS
      District: QU SHERBROOKE (#193)
      Subdistrict: Sherbrooke (City/Cité) North/Nord (Ward/Quartier) d-3 Page 15
      National Archives Web Site
      Details: Schedule 1 Microfilm T-6546
      HOUSEHOLD:
      43 131 Lovell William M Head M Jul 26 1856 44 b. Quebec Rel. Baptist occ: Registrar
      44 131 Lovell Isbella F Wife M Nov 12 1859 41 b. Quebec Rel. Baptist
      ====================
      WAR OF 1812 - CANADA information:
      Name of Militiaman: William W. Lovewell
      Age: 84
      Residence in 1875: Coaticook, Stanstead County, Quebec, Canada
      Rank in 1812-1815: Sergeant
      Corps or Division in Which Applicant Served: 2nd Battalion
      Application Made Through: J.W. Merry
      Case No.: 1972
      Case Outcome: Gratuity Not Paid
      Remarks: Applicant Dead

      Canadian Parliamentary Sessional Papers (Sessional Paper No. 7), 1876, Page 57
      (National Library of Canada, Ottawa).
      It is an application for gratuity voted by Parliament in 1875 to Militiamen on the 1812-1815

      Canadian Genealogy Index 1600s-1900s:
      William W. Lovewell
      Event: Born
      Year Abt. 1791
      Province of Record Source: Ontario
      Source: Eric Jonassen, Canadian Veterans of the War of 1182, Wheatfield Press, Winnipeg, 1981. Volume/ Page(s): 44
      Sgt. William W. Lovewell
      Event: died
      Year: Bef 1875
      Place: Coaticooke, Stanstead, QC
      Province of Record Source: Ontario
      Source: As above
      Sgt William W. Lovewell
      Event: living
      Year: 1815
      Province of Record Source: Ontario
      Comments: 2nd Battalion
      Source: As above
      ======================
      1825 Canada Census for Barnston:

      William Lovewell
      5 - total number in family
      2 - number of fam. members under six yrs. of age
      1 - number of fam. members over six and under fourteen
      1 - male, married, twenty-five and not forty
      2 - females, under fourteen
      1 - female, married, fourteen and not forty-five
      ==================
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