Lovina Bolinda Chase

FatherMartin Lewis Chase (1810-1885)
MotherLaura B Sackett (1816-1896)
Lovina Bolinda Chase, daughter of Martin Lewis Chase and Laura B Sackett, was born in OhioG on 18 December 1842.1,2 She died aged 58 in Minneapolis, Hennepin County, MinnesotaG, on 23 January 1901.2 She married first in Rochester, Olmsted County, MinnesotaG, on 19 May 1858, Lawrence Scripture.3 She married second in RochesterG on 4 November 1866, Julius Bottcher.4
     In 1850 Lovina was living at Mead Township, Crawford County, PennsylvaniaG, in the household of her parents Martin and Laura, and was recorded in the census as Levina Chase, aged ten, and born in Ohio.5
     In 1880 she was living at Minneapolis, Hennepin County, MinnesotaG, in the household of her husband Julius, a well and cistern maker, and was recorded as Lovina Botcher, aged 38 and born in Ohio. Other family members were her daughters (by her first marriage to Lawrence Scripture), Eliza, 20, Minnie, 17, and Elmina, 17; Eliza's husband Joseph and their son George aged ten months; and Julius and Lovina's children, Martin, 11, Emma, 8, and Clara Belle, aged five. Also in the household were four single male workers.6

Children of Lovina Bolinda Chase and Lawrence Scripture

  • Eliza Scripture b. c 1859
  • Elmina Scripture b. c 1863
  • Minnie Scripture b. c 1863
  • Frances Scripture b. c 1865

Children of Lovina Bolinda Chase and Julius Bottcher

  • Martin L Bottcher b. Jan 1869, d. after 1900
  • Emma Bottcher b. 20 May 1872, d. after 1900
  • Clara Belle Bottcher+ b. 1 Nov 1874
  • Ira R. Bottcher b. Oct 1882

 Notes & Citations

  1. Census.
  2. Thurmon King's database.
  3. Marriages, Olmsted County, Minnesota, Vol 1A, Page 40
    Lawrence Scripture and Louisa Chase.
    "I, Lyman L Eaton a Justice of the Peace do hereby certify that on the 19th day of May, A.D. 1858 at Rochester in the County of Olmsted and State of Minnesota. I soleminized the marriage of Lawrence Scripture of Rochester and Louisa Chase of same place in the presence of William H. Chase of Rochester and Wayne Bucklin of same place ..."
    Dated the 19th day of May A.D. 1858.
  4. Marriages, Olmsted County, Minnesota, Book B, Page 33
    Marriage License granted to Julius Bottcher of Olmsted Co., MN and Mrs Lovina Bolinda Scripture of Olmsted Co., MN. Dated 27 Oct 1866.
    State of Minnesota, County of Olmsted
    "I hereby certify that on the 4th day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty six at Rochester in said county, I, the undersigned, a Justice of the Peace did join in the holy bonds of matrimony, according to the laws of this State
    Julius Bottcher of the county of Olmsted and state of Minnesota and Mrs. Lovina Bolinda Scripture of the county of Olmsted, State of Minnesota in presence of
    Witnesses: Francis M. Chase and Ellen Norton
    Signed: Alfred Blanchard; Justice of the Peace."
  5. 1850 United States Federal Census, Roll: M432_770/154 (TEK)
    Mead Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania
    Chase, Martin L., 40, farmer, b. NY
    Chase, Laura, 36, b. NY
    Chase, Leonard, 17, b. NY
    Chase, Harrison, 11, male, b. OH
    Chase, Levina, 10, b. female, OH
    Chase, Francis, 8, male, b. OH
    Chase, Laura, 6, b. OH
    Chase, Ursula, 5, b. OH
    Chase, George, 2, b. OH
    Chase, Naomi, 1, b. OH.
  6. 1880 United States Federal Census, FHL 1254622 NA T9-0622/169D (TEK)
    Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota
    Julius BOTCHER, head, married, 35, b. Prussia, well and cistern maker, father b. Prussia, mother b. Prussia
    Lovina BOTCHER, wife, 38, b. OH, keeps house, father b. NY, mother b. NY
    Eliza POLLARD, dau, single, 20, b. Minneapolis, seamstress, father b. Prussia, mother b. OH
    Joseph POLLARD, son-in-law, 22, b. NY, laborer, father b. NY, mother b. NY
    Minnie POLLARD, dau, single, 17, b. IA, at home, father b. Prussia, mother b. OH
    Elmina POLLARD, dau, single, 17, b. IA, at home, father b. Prussia, mother b. OH
    Martin L. POLLARD, son, 11, b. Minneapolis, at home, father b. Prussia, mother b. OH
    Emma POLLARD, dau, 8, b. Minneapolis, father b. Prussia, mother b. OH
    Clara Belle POLLARD, 5, b. Minneapolis, father b. Prussia, mother b. OH
    George L. POLLARD, gson, 10 months, b. NY, [Occupation: Minn], father b. Minneapolis, mother b. ---
    Charles HUBBARD, other, single, 24, b. Vermont, laborer, father b. Vermont, mother b. Vermont
    Ludwig LUNDELL, other, single, 20, b. Sweden, makes wells and cistrins, father b. Sweden, mother b. Sweden
    John FRITZTON, other, single, 25, b. Sweden, laborer, father b. Sweden, mother b. Sweden
    Gustavus BOTIEN, other, single, 30, b. Sweden, laborer, father b. Sweden, mother b. Sweden
    [This record would appear to contain a number of enumeration and/or transcription errors. Eliza Pollard would have been married, not single, and was Julius's stepdaughter, not daughter. The surnames of Minnie and Elmina would have been Scripture, not Pollard, and were Julius's stepdaughters, not daughters. The birthplace (stated to be Prussia) of the father of Eliza, Minnie, and Elmina would appear to be that of their stepfather Julius, not that of their natural father Lawrence Scripture. The surnames of Martin, Emma, and Clara would have been Bottcher, not Pollard. The entry for George Pollard should read: b. Minneapolis, father b. NY, mother b. Minneapolis.].
Sackett line7th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet
ChartsLine 3a (American)
Sackett Family Association descendants
James R Klim and Steven W Frank.
Last Edited2 Oct 2021
See also Thurmon King's New Sackett Family Database
18008 Lovina Bolinda Chase

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