Love Family Research
Copyright (c) 2002 by Donna Joy Johnson
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This page was last updated on: 22 August, 2009
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G E N E A L O G Y   R E P O R T S

Descendants of David Love & Jane Thompson updated 16 May 05

Descendant Outline for John Scott Love 1803-1872 updated 25 Apr 03

Descendant Outline for Mary S. Love 1805 - 1888 updated 25 Apr 03

Descendant Outline for Joseph T. Love 1820-1899 updated 25 Apr 03


W I L L S

John Love 1791 Transcript of Original Will from NC Archives

John Love 1791 Image of Original Will from NC Archives

John Scott Love 1871


E S T A T E S

Moses T. Love 1847

Henry A. Love 1858

John S. Love 1872

David L. Love 1873


M A R R I A G E   B O N D S

Samuel Love to Elizabeth Nation 1789

Mekim/Melkim Hunt to Elisabeth Love 1791

David Love to Jean Thompson 1802


M I L I T A R Y   S E R V I C E   R E C O R D S

After the War Between the States, many official records of the Confederate Army and its hospitals were lost or deliberately destroyed.  The War Department in Washington took possession of some records, and other surviving records were collected by various state archives.  Between 1903 and 1927, the National Archives and Records Administration set out to collect and compile information on each soldier who served in the Confederate Army, by gleaning information from the surviving records and transcribing each bit of information from each record to a card.  The cards for each soldier were collected, and became his "Military Service Record."

David Lewis Love, Co B 53rd NC Infantry


O T H E R   I N F O R M A T I O N

My abstracts of the early records of Paw Creek Presbyterian Church

Transcript of entries from the Bible of Jane T. Love & Moses E. Kistler

Death at Dowd Crossing ~ A terrible accident on December 26, 1931 took the lives of nine residents of Paw Creek, Mecklenburg County, NC.

Map of Mecklenburg, Cabarrus & Union Counties includes waterways, townships and some churches.