Lovett Cemetery

© 1933 The Webster Progress

About half way between Bellefontaine and Embry, north of highway, is located Lovett Cemetery No. One, it being the first LOVETT burying place in Webster County. Lovett No. Two is located near Montevista – in Beat one. Among those buried are: John David LOVETT and wife, Eliza, a pioneer family, progenitors of the large and reputable LOVETT family; parents of (sons) John Jr., Isaac, Alvy, David and Mose; (daughters) Eliza HOLLOWAY and Thankful McCLENDON; grandparents of Francis OSWALT, Mary Ann TABB, Margaret THARP, Amanda REEVES, Elzia CRUMBY, Allis SUGG, and E. LOVETT (editor of the Maben Press) and Mrs. Nan WILLIAMS Mrs. Bill FINCH and the late Matt LOVETT; great-grandparents of Henry, Bud, Dock and Ambrose TABB, Mrs. Joe SEALY, Sim THARP, Mrs. Claud EVANS, Margaret GREGG, Dora WILLINGHAM and Kirk, Ezekiel and Bryant SUGG; great-great-grandparents of Dr. Granville TANN of Greenwood, Otho TABB, Harve, Marguerite, Mrs. Katie Lou WILLIAMS BAILEY, Mrs. Thad SCOTT, Elie WILLINGHAM RYAN, Mrs. Olive EUDY, Bob WILLINGHAM and many other descendents of different degrees.

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