A well dressed woman seated in a chair. She has black hair and wears a hat or bonnet that appears to be from the mid to early 1800's. On the back, in pencil, is the name Mary. I am not sure what side of my family it comes from, so it could be Buchanan, Davies, Sorenson, Jacobson, Anderson, Dutson, Lovell. All the families settled in Utah, though this may have been taken before coming to Utah.
A well dressed woman seated. She has dark hair in a bonnet or shawl that appears to be from the mid to early 1800's. The picture is not in very good condition. I touched it up some with Photoshop to remove some defects. It could be Buchanan, Davies, Sorenson, Jacobson, Anderson, Dutson, Lovell. All the families settled in Utah, though this may have been taken before coming to Utah.
I have determined that this is Elizabeth Smith, the second wife of John Lovell. She was born 10 Apr. 1808 in Barkingside, Essex, England, married John 10 Mar. 1852 in Iowa and died 27 Feb. 1889. Though she did not have any children, she cared for John's children from his previous marriage.
Forrest "D" Buchanan in a pose with fellow soldiers at Fort Lewis, Washington. His friends are (l to r): Blaine Thompson, Jimmy Kuwata and Sam Sato
This is a group photo of 4 friends/cousins visiting the Expo in San Francisco in 1915. Back row l. to r. John Franklin Lovell, Joshua Finlinson. Front l to r George H. Lovell, John Lee Anderson
Arvilla Jacobson (later Buchanan) is riding her horse near Oak City, Utah
Scanned from a large portrait of John Lovell. He was born in Worle, Somersetshire, England, emigrated to the US in about 1837, settled in Utah.
A photograph of him as a young man, possibly as they lived in Bear River, before they moved to Oak City.
This picture of Martha Ann Lovell is also shown in her history on my website.
This picture of John Lovell is also shown in his history on my website.