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LOCKEMAN see also LOCKMAN

LOCKEMAN, John A. Dead or Disabled: The North Carolina Confederate Pensions, 1885 Series, pub. 2010, p. 64-65. [973.7456 Dea NCC] D. 16 jan 1864. Wife, Rachel; Lincoln County.

LOCKHART, William. NC Troops, pub. 2011, v. 18, p. 162. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. E, 4th Regt., N. C. Sr. Reserves. Enlisted in Gaston County. Merchant.

LOCKMAN see also LOCKEMAN

LOCKMAN, Elihu P. NC Troops, pub. 1979, v. 7, p. 241. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. K, 23rd Regt. N. C. Infantry. D. July 1, 1863. Of Lincoln County.

LOCKMAN, John. NC Troops, pub. 1990, v. 12, p. 485. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. G, 52nd Regt. N. C. Infantry. D. Jan. 15, 1863. Of Lincoln County.

LOCKMAN, Levi A. NC Troops, pub. 1979, v. 7, p. 241. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. K, 23rd Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Lincoln County.

LOCKMAN, William L. NC Troops, pub. 1979, v. 7, p. 241. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. K, 23rd Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Lincoln County.

LOFTIN, Ben. Soldiers' Stories: The Gaston Gazette Remembers Area World War II Veterans, pub. 1995, p. 106-107. [920 Sol NCC] Navy.

LOFTIN, Eli A. The Catawba Soldier of the Civil War, pub. 1911, p. 154. [973.7456 Hah NCC] B. 1845. Civil War, Co. F, 23rd Regt. Son of Thomas Loftin.

LOFTIN, Langdon A. NC Troops, pub. 1979, v. 7, p. 160 and v. 12, p. 497. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. B, 23rd Regt. N. C. Infantry; Co. H, 52nd N. C. Infantry. Of Lincoln County.

LOFTIN, Marcus Lafayette. NC Troops, pub. 1990, v. 12, p. 497. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. H, 52nd Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Lincoln County.

LOGAN [family]. William, Joseph, John, Thomas. Some Heroes of the American Revolution, pub. 1924, p. 283-284. [920.0757 B NCC] All four fought in the Revolution -- 2 on each side.

LOGAN, G. M. NC Troops, pub. 1981, v. 8, p. 133. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. B, 28th Regt. N. C. Infantry. D. Aug. 15, 1863. Of Gaston County.

LOGAN, Juan. North Carolina Artists and Craftsmen, pub. 1974?, p. 98. [927 Wil NC] Sculptor.

LOHR, Luther Lindsay. Life Sketches of Lutheran Ministers: North Carolina and Tennessee Synods, 1773-1965, pub. 1966, p. 123. [284.1 L NCC] B. 1860, d. 1937.

LONERGAN [family]. Catholicity in the Carolinas and Georgia: Leaves of Its History, A.D. 1820--A. D. 1878, pub. 1879, p. 471-472, 474, 484. [282.75 O NCC] Includes Edward Lonergan Jr., William Longeran.

LONG, Bob. Legacy and Legends of Gaston County, pub.2003, p.91. [975.6773 Wil NCC] In picture of an 1894 baseball team.

LONG, D. L. NC Troops, pub. 1979, v. 7, p. 222 and p. 694 in Addenda to 2004 edition. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. H, 23rd Regt. N. C. Infantry. D. July 1, 1863. Of Gaston County.

LONG, G. E. Life Sketches of Lutheran Ministers: North Carolina and Tennessee Synods, 1773-1965, pub. 1966, p. 123. [284.1 L NCC] D. 1936.

LONG, Jacob L. NC Troops, pub. 1979, v. 7, p. 241. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. K, 23rd Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Lincoln County.

LONG, John A. NC Troops, pub. 1979, v. 7, p. 241 and Addenda in 2004 edition, p. 694. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. K, 23rd Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Lincoln County.

LONG, Labon. NC Troops, pub. 2003, v. 15, p. 513. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. D, 62nd Regt. N. C. Infantry. B. in Lincoln County.

LONG, Mary Ann. York, South Carolina, Newspapers Marriage and Death Notices 1823-1865, pub. 1981, p. 71. [929.375 Y NCC] Of Gaston County. Married S. R. Ewing in 1859.

LONG, Newton J. NC Troops, pub. 1993, v. 13, p. 458. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. C, 55th Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Lincoln County.

LONG, Pleasant G. NC Troops, pub. 1983, v. 9, p. 574. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. H, 37th Regt. N. C. Infantry. D. Sep. 30, 1862. Of Gaston County.

LONG, Robert L. NC Troops, pub. 1983, v. 9, p. 299. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. E, 34th Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Lincoln County. Miller.

LONG, Roger. WWII Last Man Club of Gaston County, North Carolina: Stories of the Honor Guard, pub. 2001, p. 131-133. [940.53 Clo NCC]

LONG, Simeon. NC Troops, pub. 2003, v. 15, p. 513. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. D, 62nd Regt. N. C. Infantry. B. in Lincoln County.

LONG, W. T. The Catawba Soldier of the Civil War, pub. 1911, p. 289. [973.7456 Hah NCC] Civil War, Co. I, 49th Regt. Home in Lincoln County.

LONG, William. History of North Carolina, pub. 1919, v. 4, p. 247 [in sketch of Bascom B. Blackwelder]. [975.6 H NCC] Firm of Powell & Long built an early cotton mill at Long Island in Lincoln County.

LONGSHORE, Mack. St. Stephen's A. M. E. Zion Church...Gastonia, pub. 1943,[p. 21] + picture. [287.83 Sai NCC] Businessman.

LORANCE, Isaac [Sr.] Miscellaneous Mill Records for Anson...[etc.], pub. 2010, p. 146. [664 Dun NCC] Petition to build a mill, Lincoln County, 1833.

LORETZ, Andrew. Dictionary of North Carolina Biography, pub. 1991, v. 4, p. 97-98. [920.0756 D NCC] B. 1762, d. 1812. German Reformed minister; pastor of the Schoolhouse Church.

LOVE, Andrew J. NC Troops, pub. 1990, v. 12, p. 103. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. H, 49th Regt. N. C. Infantry, lieutenant. Of Gaston County. Merchant.

____. Reminiscences of the Civil War, pub. 1930, p. 8 [973.7 Coo NCC] Same as the "Jack" Love living in Texas in the 1920s?

LOVE, Franklin S. B. Leaders in the Textile Industry, pub. 1979, p. 154. [R926.77 L] B. 1915. Secretary-Treasurer, American Textile Manufacturers Institute.

LOVE, Grier see LOVE, Robert Calvet Grier.

LOVE, J. Spencer see LOVE, James Spencer.

LOVE, Jack see LOVE, Andrew J.

LOVE, James F. Jr. Leaders in the Textile Industry, pub. 1979, p. 154. [R926.77 L] B. 1921. President, American and Efird Mills, Inc., Mount Holly

LOVE, James Spencer. "The Burlington Dynamite Plot", North Carolina Historical Review, vol. 75, no. 4 (Oct. 1998), p. 400-403 with picture. [051 Nor NCC] B. 1896. These pages contain a biographical sketch of Love; the balance of the article has many mentions of him.

____. Dictionary of North Carolina Biography, pub. 1991, v. 4, p. 99. [920.0756 D NCC] B. 1896, d. 1962. Textile manufacturer; in 1919 purchased Gastonia Cotton Manufacturing Company. Three years later he moved his business to Burlington.

____. History of North Carolina, pub. 1956, v. 3, p. 25-26 + picture. [975.6 L NCC] B. 1896. Started with Gastonia Cotton Manufacturing Company in 1919; Chairman of the Board and president of the Burlington Mills, Inc.

____. 100 Years, 100 Men, 1871-1971, pub. ca. 1968, p. 230-233 + picture. [920.075 C NCC] B. 1896, d. 1962. Cotton mill president, Gastonia Cotton Mills; founder, Burlington Mills.

LOVE, John Franklin. History of North Carolina, pub. 1919, v. 5, p. 194-195 + picture. [975.6 H NCC] B. 1866. In association with George A. Gray promoted and built the Loray Mill; cotton products broker.

____. Prominent People of North Carolina, pub. 1906, p. 85. [920 Pro NCC] B. 1866. President of Avon Mills and other businesses.

____. The Textile Heritage of Gaston County, pub. 2001, p. 275 + picture. [920 Rag NCC Over] B. 1866, d. 1935. Patrtner in the building of the Avon Mills, Gastonia's fourth mill and in the Loray Mill, the largest textile factory under one roof in the South.

LOVE, Peter M. "Black North Carolina Confederate Pensioners", North Carolina Genealogical Society Journal, v. 21, no. 4, Nov. 1995, p. 348. [929.1 Nor NCC] Gaston County. Servant of R. G. Love.

LOVE, R. G. C. York, South Carolina, Newspapers Marriage and Death Notices 1823-1865, pub. 1981, p. 74. [929.375 Y NCC] Of Gaston County. Married Susan E. Rhyne in 1860.

LOVE, Robert. Associate Reformed Presbyterian Death & Marriage Notices from the Christian Magazine of the South, The Erskine Miscellany, and The Due West Telescope, 1843-1863, pub. 1993, p. 66. [929.375 War NCC] Youngest child d. 1857.

LOVE, Robert Calvin Grier. Dictionary of North Carolina Biography, pub. 1991, v. 4, p. 99-100. [920.0756 D NCC] B. 1840, d. 1907. Gaston County textile pioneer manufacturer who, in 1887, with others, built Gastonia's first textile mill, the Gastonia Cotton Manufacturing Company and was later involved with the Avon Mill in Gastonia and the Daniel Mills in Lincolnton. Was also president of an early bank; served as postmaster; donated the building for the first public high school in Gastonia. Served in the Home Guard during the Civil War.

____. History of North Carolina, pub. 1919, v. 5, p. 194-195 and v. 6, p. 311 [in sketch of nephew William T. Love]. [975.6 H NCC] B. 1843, d. 1907. Largest stockholder in Gastonia Cotton Manufacturing Company which built the first mill in Gastonia. Active in temperance activities. (Gives middle name as Calvet.)

____. North Carolina Confederate Militia Officers Roster, pub. 1992, p. 236. [973.74 Nor NCC] Gaston County.

____. North Carolina Confederate Militia Officers Roster, pub. 1992, p. 239. [973.74 Nor NCC] Lincoln County.

____. The Textile Heritage of Gaston County, pub. 2001, p. 275-276 + picture. [920 Rag NCC Over] B. 1840, d. 1907.

LOVE, S. Wilson. York, South Carolina, Newspapers Marriage and Death Notices 1823-1865, pub. 1981, p. 51. [929.375 Y NCC] Of Gaston County. Married 1857 to Miss Margaret A. Torrence.

LOVE, Samuel [Col.]. "Black North Carolina Confederate Pensioners", North Carolina Genealogical Society Journal, v. 21, no. 4, Nov. 1995, p. 350. [929.1 Nor NCC] Lincoln County. Pensioner John Polk; was bodyguard of Col. Samuel Love.

LOVE, Samuel D. Jr. Leaders in the Textile Industry, pub. 1979, p. 154. [R926.77 L] B. 1949. Executive, Dixie Yarns Inc.

LOVE, Samuel Wilson. Associate Reformed Presbyterian Death & Marriage Notices from the Christian Magazine of the South, The Erskine Miscellany, and The Due West Telescope, 1843-1863, pub. 1993, p. 166. [929.375 War NCC] Confederate soldier, d. July 1862. (Name given in obit as Wilson.)

____. NC Troops, pub. 1981, v. 8, p. 133. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. B, 28th Regt. N. C. Infantry. D. July 25, 1862. Of Gaston County.

LOVE, William. "Unpublished Letters from North Carolinians to Van Buren." North Carolina Historical Review, v. 15, 1938, p. 137-138. [051 Nor NCC] One of 13 signers of a letter dated Sept. 7, 1840, Lincolnton, inviting the President to a commemorative celebration of the Battle of Kings Mountain. (The President did not attend.)

LOVE, William. Associate Reformed Presbyterian Death & Marriage Notices from the Christian Magazine of the South, The Erskine Miscellany, and The Due West Telescope, 1843-1863, pub. 1993, p. 65-66. [929.375 War NCC] Of Gaston County, d. 1857.

LOVE, William, Sr. Associate Reformed Presbyterian Death & Marriage Notices from the Christian Magazine of the South, The Erskine Miscellany, and The Due West Telescope, 1843-1863, pub. 1993, p. 26. [929.375 War NCC] D. in Gaston County, 1848, age 70.

LOVE, William Thomas. History of North Carolina, pub. 1919, v. 6, p. 311-312. [975.6 H NCC] B. 1859. Cotton mill executive including Spencer Mountain Cotton Mill; president, Piedmont Telegraph and Telephone Company; sheriff of Gaston County, 1896-1900; mayor of Gastonia; legislator.

____. The Textile Heritage of Gaston County, pub. 2001, p. 298-299 + picture. [920 Rag NCC Over]p. B. 1859, d. 1936. Sheriff of Gaston County; in 1899 purchased Spencer Mountain Mills; partner in Rex Spinning Company (1915) and Ranlo Manufacturing Company (1916); founded Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Company, the first telephone network in Gaston County; mayor of Gastonia; state representative and senator. Ranlo is a combination of his surname and that of his partner, John C. Rankin.

LOVE, William Young. Centennial History of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church, 1803-1903, pub. 1905, p. 202-203 with picture. [285.1 L NCC] B. 1849. Minister.

LOVE, Wilson see also LOVE, S. Wilson and LOVE, Samuel Wilson.

LOWDER, Caleb C. "Black North Carolina Confederate Pensioners", North Carolina Genealogical Society Journal, v. 21, no. 4, Nov. 1995, p. 348. [929.1 NOr NCC] Lincoln County. Name also given as Lauder. Widow is Fannie. Servant of Robert Hoke.

LOWE, Aaron. NC Troops, pub. 2009, v. 17, p. 263-264. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. C, 2nd Regt., N. C. Jr. Reserves. B. 1847. Of Gaston County.

LOWE, Franklin. NC Troops, pub. 1990, v. 12, p. 497. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. H, 52nd Regt. N. C. Infantry. D. May 28, 1862. Of Lincoln County.

LOWE, Isaac. Eswau Huppeday, v. 5, no. 2 (May 1985), p. 112. [929.1 Esw NCC] D. Feb. 16, 1879, Lincoln County.

LOWE, John. NC Troops, pub. 1975, v. 5, p. 431. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. D, 14th Regt. N. C. Infantry. Born in Gaston County.

LOWE, John. NC Troops, pub. 1990, v. 12, p. 134. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. K, 49th Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Gaston County, enlisted in Lincoln County.

LOWE, John A. NC Troops, pub. 1990, v. 12, p. 134. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. K, 49th Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Lincoln County.

LOWE, Katherine. World War II -- Hometown and Homefront Heroes, pub. 2003, p. 277-279 with picture. [940.53 Wor NCC] Gaston County.

LOWE, Marcus. NC Troops, pub. 1990, v. 12, p. 134. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. K, 49th Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Gaston County, enlisted in Lincoln County.

LOWE, Milton A. NC Troops, pub. 1981, v. 8, p. 140, p. 111, p. 196. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. C, 28th Regt. N. C. Infantry, 3rd lieutenant; 28th Regt., sergeant major; Co. H, 28th Regt. N. C. Infantry, 1st lieutenant. Of Lincoln County. Merchant.

LOWE, Pinkney. Marriage and Death Notices from Extant Asheville, N. C. Newspapers, 1840-1870, pub. 1983, p. 31. [929.375 M NCC] Formerly of "Old Lincoln". Married in Reading, Pennsylvania to Miss Rachel Heller, Aug. 28, 1851. [He is in the 1850 census in Reading.]

LOWE, S. V. Marriage and Death Notices from Extant Asheville, N. C. Newspapers, 1840-1870, pub. 1983, p. 31. [929.375 M NCC] Formerly of "Old Lincoln". Married in Reading, Pennsylvania to Miss Charlotte Tyson, Aug. 28, 1851.

LOWE, Samuel D. Confederate Colonels, pub. 2008, p. 244. [973.7 All NCC] B. 1829, d. 1891. Of Lincoln County, merchant, lived in Iron Station at times, officer in 28th N. C.

____. NC Troops, pub. 1981, v. 8, p. 139 and p. 110. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. C, 28th Regt. N. C. Infantry, captain; 28th Regt., colonel. Of Lincoln County. Merchant.

LOWE, Sidney H. NC Troops, pub. 1981, v. 8, p. 203. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. H, 28th Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Lincoln County.

LOWE, Thomas L. The Catawba Soldier of the Civil War, pub. 1911, p. 173 + picture. [973.7456 Hah NCC] Civil War, Co. C, 28th Regt, lieutenant colonel. B. 1831, died in the War. Taught school "near Lincolnton", 1854.

LOWE, Tullius C. NC Troops, pub. 1981, v. 8, p. 203 and p. 112. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. H, 28th Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Lincoln County.

LOWE, William C. NC Troops, pub. 2009, v. 17, p. 256, 264. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. C, 2nd Regt., N. C. Jr. Reserves, lieutenant. B. abt. 1846. Of Lincoln County.

LOWRANCE, M. C. NC Troops, pub. 2011, v. 18, p. 162. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. E, 4th Regt., N. C. Sr. Reserves. Enlisted in Gaston County. Tanner.

LOWRANCE, Marcus D. NC Troops, pub. 1993, v. 13, p. 458. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. C, 55th Regt. N. C. Infantry. D. Sep. 3, 1862. B. in Lincoln County.

LUCK, Catharina see LECK, Catharina.

LUCKEY see also LUCKY

LUCKEY, Make A. NC Troops, pub. 2009, v. 17, p. 264. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. C, 2nd Regt., N. C. Jr. Reserves. B. 1847. Of Lincoln County. Possible name is Macon A. Luckey.

LUCKY see also LUCKEY

LUCKY, Archibald. NC Troops, pub. 1990, v. 12, p. 485-486. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. G, 52nd Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Lincoln County.

LUCKY, David. NC Troops, pub. 1990, v. 12, p. 486. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. G, 52nd Regt. N. C. Infantry. D. abt. Feb. 28, 1865. Of Lincoln County.

LUCKY, John. NC Troops, pub. 1990, v. 12, p. 486. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. G, 52nd Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Lincoln County.

LUTZ, Cy Emmet. Life Sketches of Lutheran Ministers: North Carolina and Tennessee Synods, 1773-1965, pub. 1966, p. 125. [284.1 L NCC] B. 1897.

LUTZ, Daniel A. NC Troops, pub. 1979, v. 7, p. 160. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. B, 23rd Regt. N. C. Infantry. D. Oct. 11, 1864. Of Lincoln County.

LUTZ, E. Franklin. NC Troops, pub. 1993, v. 13, p. 653. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. F, 56th Regt. N. C. Infantry. B. in Lincoln County.

LUTZ, M. M. NC Troops, pub. 2009, v. 17, p. 264. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. C, 2nd Regt., N. C. Jr. Reserves. Of Lincoln County.

LUTZ, Martin Luther. NC Troops, pub. 1993, v. 13, p. 653-654. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. F, 56th Regt. N. C. Infantry. B. in Lincoln County.

LYNCH, Ephraim Milton. NC Troops, pub. 1990, v. 12, p. 497. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. H, 52nd Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Lincoln County.

LYNCH, Isaac. NC Troops, pub. 1979, v. 7, p. 241. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. K, 23rd Regt. N. C. Infantry. D. May 31, 1862. Of Lincoln County.

LYNCH, James H. NC Troops, pub. 1966, v. 1, p. 546. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. D, 10th Battalion N. C. Heavy Artillery. Enlisted in Gaston County.

LYNCH, John H. NC Troops, pub. 1977, v. 6, p. 112. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. M, 16th Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Gaston County.

LYNCH, John W. NC Troops, pub. 1983, v. 9, p. 574. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. H, 37th Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Gaston County.

LYNCH, Joseph P. NC Troops, pub. 2009, v. 17, p. 264. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. C, 2nd Regt., N. C. Jr. Reserves. Of Gaston County.

LYNN, Olen Nickolas. North Carolina Lives, pub. 1962, p. 781 [920 N NCC] B. 1904. Teacher, principal.

LYNN, Rita La Bille. North Carolina Lives, pub. 1962, p. 714 [920 N NCC] B. 1919. University professor, author -- sociology.

LYNN, Thomas H. Dead or Disabled: The North Carolina Confederate Pensions, 1885 Series, pub. 2010, p. 154-155. [973.7456 Dea NCC] Gaston County.

LYONS, John. NC Troops, pub. 1971, v. 3, p. 55. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. K, 1st N. C. Infantry. Of Lincoln County.

LYTTON, Kenneth. Soldiers' Stories: The Gaston Gazette Remembers Area World War II Veterans, pub. 1995, p. 73. [920 Sol NCC]

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