David V. Lovell

David Vining Lovell (b. 1826) was from North Yarmouth in Cumberland County, Maine. He was the son of David and Dorothy Lovell, and he was employed as a farmer. He was married to Emma F. Lovell (b. 1829) and they had three children—Addie, Horace, and W. M. He mustered into service as a private in Co. E, 17th Maine Infantry on August 18, 1862 and mustered out on June 4, 1865. He died on June 28, 1901 and is buried at Walnut Hill Cemetery in North Yarmouth.

U. S. Army Military History Institute, Carlisle, Pennsylvania
Harrisburg Civil War Roundtable Collection


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ID Lettersort descending Date Author Recipient From To
12423 Lovell1 November 22, 1862 David Vining Lovell Hattie
12424 Lovell2 October 3, 1862 David Vining Lovell Hattie
12425 Lovell3 December 19, 1862 David Vining Lovell Hattie
12427 Lovell4 May 31, 1863 David Vining Lovell Hattie Belle Plains, Stafford County, VA
12428 Lovell5 August 12, 1863 David Vining Lovell Hattie Greenbrier County, VA
12429 Lovell6 February 9, 1864 David Vining Lovell Hattie Culpeper, VA

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