Lovett, Heman L.
The following data is extracted from Sketches of Addison County, Vermont.
Lovett, Heman L., Middlebury, was born in Middlebury, Vt., on August 23, 1837. His parents were David and Betsey (Huston) Lovett. David was a son of Joseph and Sally Lovett, and was born in Pittsfield, Rutland county, Vt., on October 10, 1808; was educated in the common schools, and with his brother, Isaac, came to Addison county in 1825, where they engaged in the shoemaking trade; purchased a place together, where he lived with his brother until shortly before his marriage, which occurred in 1835; the residence is now owned by his son, Heman L. After his marriage he bought fifty acres of land, and engaged in shoemaking and blacksmithing. He had a family of one daughter and three sons, all of whom are now living. He was a successful business man, and died on August 30, 1881. Heman L. was educated in the common schools, and was brought up to farming and shoemaking, a trade which he followed during his father's life. After his father's death he became owner of the home place. He was married on March 10, 1880, to Sevilla Foster, a daughter of Kendall R. Foster, a well-known resident of Ripton. They have a family of two daughters and one son -- Lizzie Agnes, Clara V., and Almond.
Source: Sketches of Addison County, Vermont