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Looking for Leo Lovely Jr 1931 New York
Jessica Bethel
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Hello, I have recently begun searching for my family history and I am looking for information on my maternal granfather Leo Lovely Jr. I know he was born on Jan 26th 1931 in New York. He married Patricia Bethel and had one child, Rebecca. Very little facts are known about him, though some research has found a possible lineage. If what I have found is correct, Leo Lovely Jr was the son of Leo Lovely Sr who married Lillian Perkins. Leo Lovely Sr was the son of a Charles (possibly Eugene) Lovely. It is believed that Charles may have married Mable McFadden. Charles parents might have been George Lovely and Della Dashnaw. George Lovely's parents may be Samuel Clinton Lovely who might have married a Nancy McClain. The furthest back I can verify this lineage is Leo Lovely Sr married Lillian Perkins, but I have no other factual proof of the rest. If anyone has any information regarding this lineage or anyone mentioned, please let me know! Thanks!
Jessica Bethel
Redding, CA
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RE: Looking for Leo Lovely Jr 1931 New York
l hibb
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Hello

I have Lovely's in my family history. I have Samuel CLinton Lovely which married Nancy MacLain and they had several children. I am a descendent of George and Della, one of their sons. You have mentioned these names. George and Della had several children as well. I am a descendent of  Harriet Lovely, the oldest of George and Della. Eugene Charles Lovely, is George and Dellas son and he did marry Mable Mcfadden. There is several children from that marriage including a Leo Lovely.,sr.He married Lillian Perkins. They had a son named Leo, jr. My dad actually remembers many of Eugene's Kids because he grew up with them. I believe you are on the right track. I guess we are distant cousins. Contact me and we can exchange info. I have all these names in my family tree.

Lori ( George and Della are my great,great grandparents)

l hibb
Liverpool, NY
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