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Lovell Lee Roseberry
 1915 - 1981

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  • Birth  27 Jun 1915  Cottageville, Jackson County, West Virginia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender  Male 
    Died  May 1981  Kettering, Montgomery County, Ohio, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2007
      about Lovell L Roseberry
      Name: Lovell L Roseberry
      Birth Date: 1916
      Birth State: West Virginia
      Birth Country: United States
      Gender: Male
      Race: White
      Residence City: Kettering
      Residence County: Montgomery
      Residence State: Ohio
      Residence Country: United States
      Death Date: 5 May 1981
      Hospital of Death: Home
      City of Death: Kettering
      County of Death: Montgomery
      Certificate: 037455
      Age at Death: 65
      Certifier: Physician
      Autopsy: Yes, used for certification
      Social Security Number: 233-26-7389
      Marital Status: Married
      Census Tract: 0201

      Source Citation: Certificate: 037455; Volume: 24455

      Source Information: and Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2007 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations Inc, 2010.
      Original data:
    Buried  Creston Cemetery, Mason County, West Virginia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID  I7733  WV Route 87 Family Tree
    Last Modified  22 Dec 2010 10:40:11 
    Father  Homer Lee Roseberry, b. 1 Jan 1879, West Virginia, USA  
    Mother  Dora Ellen Hughes, b. 6 Jan 1881, Mason County, West Virginia, USA  
    Photos Roseberry-HughesRoseberry-Hughes
    Homer Roseberry and Dora Hughes-Roseberry
    Dana Clark Fox, Richard Burns, Dora Ellen Hughes Roseberry, Davey Hammonds and Susie Bernice Roseberry McKemy
    Dora Ellen Hughes, her husband Homer Lee Roseberry and their grandson Dana Clark Fox
    Homer Lee Roseberry and wife Dora Elen Hughes Roseberry; standing their daughter Mamie Belle Roseberry
    Family ID  F733  Group Sheet
    Family 1  Nola Mae McKemy 
     1. Jerald Lee McKemy
    Last Modified  21 Dec 2010 22:02:27 
    Family ID  F4960  Group Sheet
    Family 2  Anna Elizabeth Windle, b. 10 Dec 1920 
     1. Connie Roseberry
     2. Joan Roseberry
    Last Modified  21 Dec 2010 22:03:51 
    Family ID  F4961  Group Sheet
  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsBirth - 27 Jun 1915 - Cottageville, Jackson County, West Virginia, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBuried - - Creston Cemetery, Mason County, West Virginia, USA Link to Google Earth
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  • Photos Herdman - HughesHerdman - Hughes
    Lovell Lee Roseberry, Mary Margaret Herdman Hughes and Mamie Bell Roseberry

    Mary Margaret Herdman was Dora Ellen Hughes Roseberry's mother

    Ralph Hamrick, Lovell Lee Roseberry, and Bertice Hamrick

    Lovell 'Lee' Roseberry was the son of Homer Lee and Dora Ellen Hughes Roseberry. Bertice Hamrick married Homer and Dora's daughter Mamie

    Dale Roseberry, Lovell Lee and Juanita
    Headstones Roseberry - Creston CemeteryRoseberry - Creston Cemetery
    Status: Located. Lovell L. and Elizabeth W Stewart Roseberry
    Histories Smilin Dale Roseberry By Clicking on View this item a copy of the pamphlet mentioned below will download. If you have dial-up it may be slow to load. It is a PDF File.
    Cecil Dale Roseberry (Smilin Dale) and his brother Lovell Lee "Bob" Roseberry were popular "hillbilly music" artist. They appeared on several radio programs and made many public appearances. They were on their way to becoming big stars. This dream was cut short when Cecil Dale was killed in a car wreck in Grundy, Virginia on 19 September 1941. Entertainers as a way to keep in touch with their listeners, keep their fans updated on what the artist was doing, where their next public appearace was going to be often wrote newsletters. They also wrote little books about themselves and songs and music they had written. These books were mailed out to the listeners. The cost of the books was a nominal amount. (usually just enough to cover postage) The request for these newsletters and books was a way to let keep the station manager informed of the artist popularity. After "Smilin Dale was killed in the car wreck people wanted to know what happened and how his family was getting along. In response to those request Bob wrote a small pamphlet about the life of his brother "Smilin Dale Roseberry". The book contained a short bio of Dale's life and some of the songs and poetry that he and Cecil Dale wrote. This booklet was mailed to listeners of their radio programs.
  • Notes 
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      Social Security number 233-26-7389 from Family Tree Maker S. S. Index.


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