We are related for sure.Records are from my father, so no formal records.My father got much of the information from my Uncle (his brother) who did much of the research (Uncle died many years ago).
The major differences are with middle initials or middle names...here are the differences...
1.Where you have the father of Amos as James N Lovvorn (born around 1832)...I have him as James Thomas Lovvorn (nickname...Free Jim)I have James married to Nancy Morris.I have James living in Alabama or at least living there).
2.Where you have the father of James Lovvorn as William A Lovvorn...I just have him down as William Lovvorn (nickname Billy).William Lovvorn was married twice..first wife Evelyn Cleveland and second wife Landers.I also have William in Alabama.
3.Where you have James M. Lovvorn as the father of William A Lovvorn.I have him as James William Lovvorn.I have his death in 1825 and have him married to Hannah Smith.
4.Here is where we separate, because you have the father of James Lovvorn as Thomas Loving...I have his father as Johnathon Lovvorn...his grandfather as John Lovvorn (b about 1720...his great grandfather as John Lovvorn (born about 1720 in France)
I also have Amos Lovvorn's children as Emmett A., Edgar, Thomas Jefferson, Mattie Lou, W.Pearl, E. Nevada, Charlie Monroe, Haines, Garland, Mary Etta, Minora, Gertrude, Nancy Ida and James Elbert.Any of these names sound familar?
I also have Amos siblings as Benjamin Franklin (my great grandfather), Monroe, Jack and two sets of twins.
I also have Amos married to Parra Lee Traylor (b 1-16-1861)and they may have lived in Stamford or Stanford Texas.
I have Amos A Lovvorn born 7-12-1860 and death 1-21-1934.
Just to confuse the situation more, I have the child (of Amos A) James Elbert (who I mentioned earlier) having children Noretta, Mary Edna, TJ, Dan William and Wilson...know any of them?
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Sorry I can't give you verified records, but this is what I have.We are on the same family line...just that a few initials are different.