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J.P. Loving Jesse Pipkin Loving
Full Name: Jesse Pipkin Loving, Sr.
Date of birth: September 2, 1835
Date of death: November 25, 1919

Terms of Service top
Chamber District Dates of Service Legislatures Party City/County Note Counties in District
H 27 Jan 13, 1885 - Jan 11, 1887 19th   Democrat Sherman / Grayson   Grayson
 
Biographical Notes and Resources top
Biographical Sketches
  • Biographical sketch, Jesse P. Loving, pp. 490-492. The Encyclopedia of the New West, 1881.
  • Jesse P. Loving (1835-1919), burial in West Hill Cemetery, Sherman, Grayson County, with spouse Lydia Ellen Loving. Includes photo in Sherman Daily Register 3/7/1904, historical marker, obituary of Jesse P. Loving, Sr., from the Dallas Morning News 11/26/1919 (death date 11/25/1919), and listing in Confederate Veteran, February 1921, of members of Mildred Lee Camp. No. 90, U.C.V., Sherman, Texas, "who died lately." Find a Grave.
  • LOVING, JESSE P. (1835-1919). Handbook of Texas Online.
  • Biographical sketch, Jesse P. Loving, pp. 38-39. Born 9/2/1835 in Gasconade County, Missouri. Personnel of the Texas State Government for 1885, 19th Legislature, 1885.
  • Jesse Pipkin Loving, born 1835 and married Lydia Ellen Bomar, and descendants. Cullar, W. Clytes Anderson (Willie Clytes Anderson), 1920-. The Loving Family in Texas (1843 - 1953), Date Unknown, Dallas, Texas, pp. 73-77. Portal to Texas History (University of North Texas Libraries).
  • Jesse Pipkin Loving, born 9/2/1835 in Gasconade County, Missouri; son of Abraham Rife and Susan E. Pipkin; moved to Denton in 1847 and Grayson County in 1852; joined 34th Texas Cavalry, was captured and held at Alton Prison; married Lydia Ellen, daughter of Spencer E. Bomer, on 12/20/1859. Landrum, Graham. Grayson County; an illustrated history of Grayson County, Texas, 1960, Fort Worth, Texas, p. 152. Portal to Texas History (University of North Texas Libraries).
  • Military Service Notes
  • Confederate States Army, Private, Company H, 34th Texas Cavalry. Description of being taken prisoner in October 1862 by the Federal army, prisoner exchange, and parole, then return to his regiment at McNutt's Hill, Louisiana, in April 1864, service in quartermaster's department, p. 491. The Encyclopedia of the New West, 1881.
  • Confederate States Army. Loving was "captured at Newtonia, Missouri, and later exchanged and returned to his unit. He was discharged on May 18, 1865." Polignac's Brigade included 34th Texas Cavalry Regiment. Handbook of Texas Online. Jesse P. Loving Polignac's Brigade
  • "During the war he served in the thirty-fourth regiment dismounted cavalry, Poligmac's [sic: Polignac's] brigade . . . " Personnel of the Texas State Government for 1885, 19th Legislature, 1885.
  • Photographs
  • Photograph. J.P. Loving, 19th Legislature, State Preservation Board
  • Composite Photographs on Display in the Capitol
  • 19th session composite photo of House members (House chamber vestibule, west wall. 2W.V1). State Preservation Board.
  • Committee Informationtop
    19th R.S. - 1885
    Constitutional Amendments  
    Finance  
    Public Roads, Bridges and Ferries  
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