Notes for Lydia Ann HESTON


Information from Susan Benjamin Standish:
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Marriage: August 28, 1880, Morgan County, Ohio
Marriage  Source #2: August 29, 1879
Marriage By: August 28, 1880, F. A. Brown
Marriage Note: August 28, 1880, She was not 18, father gave consent
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Information from Susan Benjamin Standish:
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MEMBER OF PROMINENT HOMER FAMILY DIES

Mrs. Lydia Heston Lovell, 88, widow of Frank Lovell who died in 1926 and a
member of a former prominent Homer township family, died, Thursday, at
Crooksville.  In failing health for some time, she suffered a hip fracture the
22nd of last month.  Mrs. Lovell was one of 11 children born to Lewis and
Sarah Hoopes Heston, the family home being the present Luster Smith farm.  Dr.
Herman Heston of Columbus and Ocoee, Tenn., is the last survivor of that
family.  Deceased brothers and sisters are Mrs. Jane Coulter, Mrs. Florence
Croy, Mrs. Emma Beard, Mrs. Esther Harper, Dr. E. M. and Dr. Jos. Heston, and
George, Albert and Eber Heston.  The late husband of Mrs. Lovell was a member
of the Homer township Lovell family and a relative of George W. Lovell of
McConnelsville.  Mrs. Clement Parsons of Penn is a niece.  Surviving are the
children; Guy Lovell, Stockport and Lewis Lovell of Barberton; and a daughter,
Mrs. Gladys butts of New Lexington with whom she had made her home for several
years.  Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock at the
Crooksville Methodist church with interment at the Mausoleum in the
Crooksville cemetery.  The surviving brother Dr. Herman Heston, is in poor
health.
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