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Thomas Lorell

Thomas cash-claimed a quarter in 21, 3N 48W in 1890, near a number of other 1890-1891 cash claimants.
There's no image on the BLM web site for LORELL, but one for LOVELL, so it's possible that this is really Thomas LOVELL or LOVETT

Thomas executed a deed to Oswald Oliver in 1888, conveying title to that quarter, and in 1917 Thomas was named as a defendant, along with Sarah Ann Lovell, John Borley, Isaac Shepherson, and H. P. Law.


In 1900 Hastings, Nebraska, Thomas Lovell is a day laborer, born July 1849 i, married 26 years to Sarah Oct 1853, both England. Emma 25, George 23, and Alice 21 were born in England, Margaret 19, James 10, John 7, Clyde 6, Mary 2 and Reginald eight months were born in Nebraska.


Thomas Lovell enlisted in Company F, Colorado Volunteers in September 1864, musteed out December 1864.

ONE POSSIBLE but unlikely
In 1880 Osborne County, Kansas, Thomas H. Lovell is a dry goods merchant, 46, Eliabeth J. 45, with Emma J. 12 and Viola M. 10.
Viola M. Lovell 1869-1886 is buried in Osborne, with Thomas H. 1833-1914 and Elizabeth Jean (Leamer( Lovell 1831-1914.

In 1900 Osborne County, Kansas, T.H. Lavel is a merchant, born Dec 1849, married 34 years to E. J. Feb 1840, both born in Pennsylvania. Their daughter Emma Earls is 29 married but no spouse, married eleven years.
with L.S. Earls, grandson born August 1892 in Utah.

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