Louisiana Clover Records
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    Obituary, Death, Cemetery Records
    Passenger List
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Census Records
The only Clover in a pre 1850 census is Adam Clover who is in the 1820 census.  See United States Federal Population Censuses from 1790 to 1820

1850 US Census

1850 St. Helena Parish, Louisiana page 192: line 20 in household of B. M. Watson 36 LA; Sarah Ann 23 SC; George 9 LA; John 5 LA; Lutitia 1 LA; Nelson Clover 21 farmer  SC  [The column for  race was left blank by the census taker.]

I have found no Clovers in the 1860 census indexes.  

1870 US Census

1870 DeSoto Parish, Louisiana Ward 6 M593 roll 511 page 522

Line 38 10/10 Kitty Clover 40 black MD; Julia Heightower 11 black LA

1870 Jefferson Parish, Louisiana Ward 2 PO Carrollton M593 roll 515 page 15b
line 23 10/16 J. Washington 50 black LA farm labor; Roda 38 black VA; Joseph Jr 6/12 black LA; W. J. Clover 3 male black born Texas

1870 Claiborne Parish, Louisiana M593 pages 131 and 2
There are two families on these pages who are indexed as Clovers.  William Clover and Primus Clover with their families.  Both are black.  I think that the last name is Cloves.

1880 Federal Census

 1880 Assumption Parish, LA ward 7 NARA T9  Roll: 447  Page: 271: Lucandry Clover 20 wife LA LA LA; J. Clover male 25 LA LA LA [Listed second with no relationship stated.  But he is probably the husband. Both are marked as black and married.]

1880 Avoyelles Parish, LA Ward 3 NARA T9  Roll: 448  Page: 496 line 6: Benjamin Clover 25 black LA LA LA laborer; Nancy Clover wife 25 black LA LA LA [She is indexed as Mary but it looks like Nancy to me. ] 

1880 New Orleans Parish, LA New Orleans Ward 12 NARA  T9  Roll: 464  Page: 233 line 43: F. Andrew Clover 36 white Ireland Ireland Ireland weigher; N. Ann wife 33 IRE IRE IRE

1880 New Orleans Parish, LA New Orleans Ward 11 NARA
T9  Roll: 463  Page: 94 line 50: Jno Clover 17 MD MD MD single [Race is written over but appears to be black.]

1880 New Orleans Parish, LA New Orleans Ward 3 NARA T9  Roll: 459  Page: 440 line 48: Mary Clover 80 black no occupation born Mobile Mobile Mobile check in column for widowed or divorced.

1880 Richland Parish, Louisiana 2nd Ward NARA T9  Roll: 467  Page: 117  ED: 69   Sheet No: 117A page 19
line 14: Benj. J. Clover white male 23 Boarder  Single R. R. Laborer AR  MS  AL 

1880 Washington County, Louisiana  There is a set of people indexed as Clovers.  The head of the household is Daniel 50 born MS.  His last name was written as Clover with Slover written over it.  I think they are Slovers.

Louisiana Special Veteran's Census, 1890
Frank A. Clover     LA     Caddo Parish     Shreveport Ward 1 & 2     1890

1900 United States Federal Census Louisiana  

1900 Orleans Parish, LA New Orleans Ward 14 NARA T623  Roll: 575  Page: 275 line 49; Nora Clover Feb 1845 widow IRE IRE IRE Children columns are empty.

1900 St. John the Baptist Parish, LA Ward 4 NARA T623  Roll: 580  Page: 45: Eugene Apr 1872 LA LA LA; Betsy wife Feb 1876 LA LA LA mar 9 years 2/2 ch; Olivia dau mar 1892 LA LA LA; Algarnon son May 1894 LA LA LA (All are marked as black)   
1900 Bienville, LA Arcadia T623  Roll: 558  Page: 6b: James Clover Mar 1850 GA SC SC; Mary wife Nov 1847 AL GA AL; Bettie S. dau Oct 1875 MS GA AL; Charles M. son Jan 1889 LA GA AL (All are marked white)

   1910 United States Federal Census
 Lucy Clover         Police Jury Ward 3, Iberville, LA     abt 1896     Louisiana     Sister-in-law    
 Jack Clover          New Orleans Ward 17, Orleans, LA     abt 1883     Louisiana     Lodger    

1920 US Census

1920 Bienville County, Louisiana Arcadia Police Jury Ward 1 NARA T625 roll 606 ED 2 sh 6 line 38
J. H. Blanchard 67 AL NC AL Farmer; Katie wife 51 AL GA GA; George son 36 wid AL AL AL; Bell dau sing 31 AL AL AL; John son sing 29 AL AL AL; Willie dau sing 26 LA AL AL; Conn son sing 19 LA AL AL; Tom son sing 16 LA AL AL; Nora dau sing 13 LA AL AL; Arline dau 11 LA AL AL; Doyle Clover stepson 9 OK OK AL; Jeville Clover son 7 (male) OK OK  AL; Opal Clover 5 dau OK OK AL; E. B. Blanchard 58 AL NC AL Brother widowed. (All members of household are white.)

1920 Claiborne County, Louisiana NARA T625 roll 609  ED 83 sh 11 line 19
In household of John M Bricks and Annie R Bricks
Argus E. Clover, Jr age 2 white step nephew (place of birth written over and illegible) AL LA

1920 Orleans County, Louisiana New Orleans Vol 36 ED 78 sh 1 line 17 [This is from the original Soundex cards on microfilm which said to see Sister Clover Peter.  I have not located the actual census.]
Sister Peter Clover age 65 born Louisiana of 717 Orleans Street  is listed in an unnamed institution

1920 Rapides County, Louisiana NARA T625 ED 57 sh 22b line 72
Williard J. Clover roomer 25 single white KS KS KS

1920 West Baton Rouge County, Louisiana Addis  NARA T635 roll 636 ED 149 sh 15 line 74
A. C. Clover 37 KS IL IL conductor; Minnie wife 37 KS NY IN; AC Jr son 9 KS KS KS; Alice dau 7 KS KS KS; Myron son 6 LA KS KS; Carl son 1 4/12 LA KS KS

The following are indexed as Clovers, but I suspect that they are not really Clovers.  I am listing them here because I could turn out to be wrong.

Ameline Glover black indexed as a Clover in Lafayette County, Louisiana.  Probably a Glover
William Clove black and family indexed as Clover in Natchitoches County, Louisiana
Victor Clober and family indexed as Clover in Orleans County, Louisiana


Marriage Records

New Orleans, Louisiana Marriage Records Index, 1831-1925
James Carr age 23 Male, married Mary Clover, age 22, 23 February 1903: Book 24: 717

Bienville Parish, Louisiana Marriage Books A & B;Submitted by: Art Lewis
Date              Groom                    Bride                               Book      Page
07-Jul  1866  Samuel    Clover     Bettie       HAGAN       B    417  

Military Records
 World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
     Willard Jasper Clover    born 14 Aug 1895     Caucasian (White)born Kansas    Residence Iberville, LA     
    Arthur Colfax Clover     born 3 Mar 1882         White                          Residence West Baton Rouge, LA     


Louisiana Record
Died in WWII from Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana between May 27, 1941
Army and Army Air Corps
STEVEN    CLOVER    38261386    PVT    DOWhttp://files.usgwarchives.net/la/state/military/worlwar2/army/avoyelles.txt

Posted on Rootsweb:
Carl Clover is pictured in the Gosport, yearbook of the 43-E class at Morton Air Academy in Blythe, CA. He is a flight cadet. See his obituary below where he flew in WW II.   

Obituaries, Deaths, Cemetery Records, and Newspaper Items

Louisiana Social Securitey Index
ROBERT CLOVER 1933, Nov 24 1983, Dec Alexandria, LA
BERNICE CLOVER 1913, Sep 22 1989, Oct Alexandria, LA
TOMMIE CLOVER 1905, Nov 15 2002, Nov 10 Minden, LA

Rhonda Clover sent me these items which I was delighted to see. We do not know if there is more information in the actual record.    
1890 Orleans Parish Death Index - A through C      Orleans Parish
Submitted by:   Noel Pujol
Roger Clover [Rhonda tells me that according to vitalrec.com, Roger T. Clover died 18 May 1890, aged 47 years, white, Volume 97 page 101.] 

1895 Orleans Parish Death Index - A through C
Submitted by:     John McTopy
Frank Clover [Rhonda tells me that according to www.vitalrec.com, Frank A. Clover died 2 October 1895, aged 53 years, white, Volume 109, page 645] 

1908 Orleans Parish Death Index
Clovier                 Elijah                          35 yrs    M     C     12/19/1908   145      690

1910 Orleans Parish Death Index                                   A through C       
Submitted by:  Betty Ware
Hanorah Clover [Rhonda tells me that according to www.vitalrec.com, Hanorah A. Clover, died 14 February 1910, aged 63 years, white, volume 148, page 860.]

www.vitalrec.com has an index of deaths up to 1949. This has Arthur Colfax Clover, born 1911, died 29 May 1929, aged 18 years, white, Pte. Coupe Parrish.

Oak Hill Cemetery, Allen Parish, LouisianaSubmitted by Harold Harmon. File prepared by Nancy Fruge

CLOVER, Dorothy L.                Dec. 16, 1938 -                       
CLOVER, Robert E.  (Vet)          Nov. 24, 1933 - Dec. 29, 1983                       
CLOVER, Robert M.                 Oct. 22, 1960 - Nov. 12, 1963                       
CLOVER, Rodney                    June 29, 1964 - July 1964   

U.S. Federal Census Mortality Schedules, 1850-1880 
Henrietta Clover     Orleans, Louisiana     died 1870     born abt 1840     Louisiana     Black     Female  age 30

Laural Clover Freese 3\15\1997
Funeral services for Mrs. Laurel O. Freese, 59, will be at 2:30 p.m.today, March 15, in Johnson Funeral Home. The Rev. Don Johnson will officiate.Burial will be in Magnolia Cemetery in Ragley.Visitation is from 11:30 a.m. in the funeral home. Mrs. Freese died at 5:23 p.m.Thursday, March 13,1997, in a Lake Charles hospital. A native of Jackson County,Tenn., she lived in Lake Charles Louisiana the past 13 years.Survivors are her husband; three sons, Henry Freese of Garyville, Roger Freeseof Lake Charles, and Howard Parker of Memphis, Tenn.; one daughter, JuanitaReese of Gillis; three brothers, William and Roy Clover, both of Lebanon, Tenn.,and Bradley Glover of Nashville, Tenn., three
 sisters, Louise Mackson ofGainsboro, Tenn., Janelle Roark of Kentucky, and Iary Alice Warren of Lebanon -Tenn.; her mother, Mildred Whittaker of Lebanon and seven grandchildren.

Obituaries from Alexandria Daily Town Talk (LA) - October 3, 2001  page 4a
Deceased Name: Carl Estes Clover  
Graveside services for Carl Estes Clover will be at 10 a.m. Friday in Greenwood Memorial Park, Pineville, with Dr. Gary D. Baldwin officiating. Burial will be under direction of Hixson Brothers, Alexandria.
Clover, 83, of Dickinson, Texas, died Monday, Oct. 1, 2001, in Mainland Medical Center, Texas City, Texas.
He was a native of Addis and a graduate of Bolton High School. He retired from the U.S. Air Force Reserve as a lieutenant colonel serving 28 years. During World War II, he flew 51 missions in B-17s for the Army Air Corps in the European Theater. He was also an instructor for B-29 training. He was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Air Medal with three oak leaf clusters.
He was employed by Union Carbide Chemical Co. for 37 years. At the time of his retirement, he was a shift supervisor. He was a member of VFW and the American Legion.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Arthur Colfax Clover and Minnie Baker Clover.
Survivors include his wife, Marjorie S. Clover one son, Carl E. Clover Jr. and three grandchildren.
Friends may call from 6-8 p.m. Thursday in the funeral home.
Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association or a charity of choice.
Alexandria Daily Town Talk (Louisiana) - August 8, 2001  Page 4A
Deceased Name: C. Chandler Clover  
JACKSON, Mississippi - C. Chandler Clover, 80, of Jackson died Sunday, Aug. 5, 2001. After a private burial service, entombment was at Lakewood Memorial Park Mausoleum under direction of Mark E. Seepe Funeral Home.
    He was a former resident of Alexandria, La., and was a pioneer in the development of health care facilities in Mississippi for over 40 years.  He was a graduate of Louisiana College, Pineville, La., and was associated with Cleco. Prior to moving to Mississippi, he was named Outstanding Young Man of Rapides Parish by the Junior Chamber of Commerce, and was the founding president of Central Louisiana Community Theatre. He and his family established an endowment for the Communications Department at Louisiana College in honor of Dr. E.O. Wood.
    He entered the health care profession on the administrative staff of Mississippi Baptist Hospital in 1955. He directed the establishment of three major private hospitals: Doctor's Hospital in 1965, Riverside Hospital in 1972 and Woman's Hospital in 1974.
    He was president of the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra Association and the Mississippi Opera. He was also the founder of Jackson Preparatory School and an active supporter of St. Andrew's Episcopal School.
He was a member of the Fifth Air Corps and served as an aircraft commander/B-24 pilot in the Pacific Theater during World War II.
    Survivors include his wife, Lois Clover of Jackson two daughters, Chandler Thompson of Nashville, Tenn., and Jane Alexander of Jackson and one brother, Carl Estes Clover of Dickinson, Texas.
Memorials may be made to First Baptist Church of Jackson, P.O. Box 205, Jackson, MS 39205 Mississippi Symphony Orchestra, P.O. Box 2052, Jackson, MS 39225 New Stage Theatre Eudora Welty New Plays Series, c/o 1300 E. Northside Dr., Jackson, MS 39211, or charity of choice.
Monday, November 11, 2002
Funeral services for Mrs. Tommie Brooks Clover, 97, will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2002, at Rose-Neath Funeral Home in Minden with the Rev. Lester Raines and the Rev. James Crain officiating. Burial will follow at Gardens of Memory Cemetery in Minden.
Visitation will be held after 5 p.m. today, Nov. 11, at the funeral home.   
        Mrs. Clover, a native of Ellis County, Texas, and a resident of Minden, passed away Sunday, Nov. 10, at Town and Country Nursing Home in Minden. She was preceded in death by her husband, the Rev. L.L. Clover and seven brothers and sisters. She is survived by five nieces; two nephews; and special friend, Gary Brown.
Minden Press-Herald; Publication Date: 1 Nov 2003; Publication Place: Minden , LA , US.

Originally published in the Clover Family Exchange Volume 7 Issue 1 July 1993 by Bob and Marguerite Clover. Submitted by Susie L. Wagner Clover Typed by Pat Vaseska.
Taken from a memoriam written by Mrs. Mildred Glaze
Dr. L.L. Clover
1902 – 1975

    Having “fought a good fight,” Dr. L.L. Clover “finished” his course and departed this life on May 3, 1975 at the age of seventy-three. 
    Dr. Clover was born in Curtis, Arkansas on April 4, 1902.  He was an active minister within the ranks of the American Baptist Association for 40 years.  His last residence was in Minden, Louisiana where he lived with his wife, Tommie, to whom he was married for 52 years.
    A Doctor of Divinity degree was conferred upon him on September 26, 1957 by the Eastern Baptist Seminary, Somerset, Kansas, and a Doctor of Theology degree on May 9, 1958 by Texas Baptist Institute, Henderson, Texas.  He came to Louisiana to pastor Calvary Baptist Church in 1948. 
    He led in the founding of Louisiana Missionary Baptist Institute and Seminary in Minden, Louisiana in 1952.  He served as president of this institution for 19 years and as president emeritus for the remainder of his life.  Dr. Clover led in the purchase of printing equipment and the setting in operation of a print shop.  He founded and served as Editor of the Missionary Baptist News for nearly twenty-three years and was the author of a number of books.

Clare Clover
This was published in Clover Family Exchange, Volume 7 Issue 1, July 1993 by Bob and Marguerite Clover.
Taken from the Alexandria Daily Town Talk, a newspaper from Alexandria, Louisiana. Thanks to Pat Vaseska for typing this for me.

Clare Clover “Not retired, just retreated”
October 25, 1992 by Renee Craft
        Advice from her daddy won Clare Clover an award Saturday for the 1992 Outstanding Senior of the year.
        Miss Clover, 80, of Alexandria, Louisiana was presented the award during the second annual Hip Hip for Gray, a salute for senior citizens of central Louisiana.
        Daddy always said “Don’t just belong, get involved.”
        Miss Clover’s numerous volunteer activities and community and church involvement won her the prize.
        She grew up with four brothers and she said learned to “just do things for others.”  Ask what motivates her, she just shrugged.  “I don’t know.  I was just brought up to do that.”
        Hip Hip for Gray is a project of the Junior League of Alexandria and is co-sponsored by Wallace Eye Surgery and KALB-TV.  Dr. R. Bruce Wallace presented the award to Miss Clover.
        Miss Clover received a standing ovation.
        Wallace said Miss Clover exemplified an “unselfish sense of duty and service to others” through her community involvement and enthusiasm for life.  He pointed to her seven years with Rapides Regional Medical Center and noted she’s put in more than 1700 volunteer hours.
        Though she has no children, Miss Clover is close to her family, especially her nephews and their children.  She often acts as a guardian angel to friends and even some strangers..
        According to her nomination fact sheet, she is noted for her “enduring good humor and youthful outlook on life.”
        Miss Clover worked for the telephone company more than forty years before retiring in 1977.  Since then, she has been a member of the Retired Telephone Pioneers, serving as president twice, secretary twice, and now on the board of directors.
         She is currently president of the RRMC Auxiliary at Rapid3s Regional Medical Center.  Miss Clover is responsible for recruiting and training volunteers.  Her own duties include manning the surgery and Intensive Care Unit waiting rooms.
        While a member of the auxiliary, the group pledged $150, 000 for fetal monitoring system for the Woman’s Hospital and also contributed funds for a heart pump. Miss Clover has been director of volunteers at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center and has served there ten years.  She assists in admitting new patients and escorting them to their assigned rooms and wards.
        Clare Clover has been active in Sunday school at Emmanuel Baptist Church since 1930 and was named an honorary youth of the church last year.  She also sings with Heritage Singers, a senior adult choir at the church.
        Add the Altrusa Club to her list of activities, where she is a  lifetime member and past president.  Miss Clover was instrumental in establishing a scholarship at Louisiana College for nursing students. 
        Speaking of Louisiana College, Clare Clover has volunteered at the Pineville College for five years and has been a key member of the annual three day on–campus conference for seniors.
        Since World War II she has been a member of the American Legion Auxiliary.  She has held several offices in the organization and has worked with the Jackson War Home and Carville Hospital as well as the VA Hospitals in Alexandria, Shreveport, and New Orleans.
        Clare Clover has been finance officer for Girls’ State for sixteen years and has served as procurement chairperson.  In the latter position she works with area high schools to recruit twelve girls to attend the annual conference held at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge.
        Her interests also include the Little Theater of which she is a lifetime member.  She helped with its reorganization in the 1950’s.  She also worked as stage manager and remains active in City Park Players.
        The American Cancer Society has also benefited from her work when she helped with its fund raisers along with those of Friendship House.  The Quota Club named her Woman of the Year and she also received her fifty year pin from the J. T. Charnley Chapter of the Eastern Star.  She is also a charter member of the American Business Women’s Association.
        One of her friends said that Miss Clover “did not retire, she just retreated.”
[Note from Bob and Marguerite: Clare Clover, along with her brothers, Arthur, Jr., Myron Jasper, Carl E., and Chandler are children of  Arthur Colfax and Minnie Belle Baker Clover.  Arthur Jr.  and  Myron Jasper are deceased.  Their father was a son of William Jasper and Mary Emaline Rose Clover, while Jasper’s father was Isaac Clover.  His parents were John Metler and Mary Williams Clover.  Paul and Nancy Metler Clover were John M.’s parents, while Paul was a son of John Peter and Catherine (Sharp) Clover.]

The following information is from www.findagrave.com
Clover, Dorothy L. ==b. Dec. 16, 1938 d. unknown     Oak Hill / Oakdale Baptist Church Oakdale, Allen Parish, Louisiana
Clover, Robert E. ==b. Nov. 24, 1933 d. Dec. 29, 1983     Oak Hill / Oakdale Baptist Church, Oakdale, Allen Parish, Louisiana
Clover, Robert==b. Oct. 22, 1960 d. Nov. 12, 1963     Oak Hill / Oakdale Baptist Church, Oakdale, Allen Parish, Louisiana
Clover, Rodney=b. Jun. 29, 1964 d. Jul., 1964   Oak Hill / Oakdale Baptist Church, Oakdale, Allen Parish, Louisiana 

Passenger List
New Orleans Passenger Lists, 1820-1945
A Clover 10 Jun 1852 Male San Juan Del Norte, Nicaragua   Sylphide
Catherine Clover 14 Mar 1924 Female Havana, Cuba   Turrialba
Catherine J Clover 14 Mar 1924 Female Havana, Cuba   Turrialba
Claude Clover 16 Apr 1917 Male Belize, Belize   Coppename
Dale Clover 10 Jun 1940 Male LA Ceiba, Honduras   Contessa
Elizabeth Clover 28 Jun 1920 Female Cristobal, Canal Zone   Metapan
Etaline Clover 6 Jun 1908 Female Havana, Cuba Alabama Excelsior
F C Clover 6 Jun 1908 Male Havana, Cuba Alabama Excelsior
F C Clover 6 Jun 1908 Female Havana, Cuba Alabama Excelsior
F C Clover 11 Jan 1912 Male Havana, Cuba United States of America Chalmette
F C Clover 24 Jun 1909 Male Havana, Cuba United States of America Chalmette
F C Clover 24 Jun 1909 Female Havana, Cuba United States of America Chalmette
F C Clover 9 Jun 1905 Male Havana, Cuba Pennsylvania Excelsior
Fred C Clover 18 Jul 1921 Male Havana, Cuba   Excelsior
Fred C Clover 7 Jan 1918 Male Havana, Cuba   Chalmette
Fred C Clover 7 Aug 1917 Male Havana, Cuba   Chalmette
Fred C Clover 16 May 1907 Male Havana, Cuba Cuba Excelsior
H F Clover 16 May 1907 Male Havana, Cuba Cuba Excelsior
H F Clover 31 May 1912 Male Havana, Cuba Cuba Chalmette
H F Clover 6 Jun 1908 Male Havana, Cuba Cuba Excelsior
Harvey Clover 5 Nov 1926 Male Havana, Cuba   Turrialba
Harvey Clover 12 Aug 1921 Male Havana, Cuba   Heredia
Harvey Clover 25 Jun 1920 Male Havana, Cuba   Cartago
Harvey F Clover 16 Mar 1918 Male Cristobal, Canal Zone and Puerto Limon, Costa Rica and Havana, Cuba   Cartago
Harvey F Clover 18 Jul 1924 Male Havana, Cuba   Turrialba
Ida B Clover 12 Mar 1915 Female Cristobal, Canal Zone Via Bocas Del Toro, Panama and Puerto Barrios, Guatemala and Havana, Cuba   Cartago
Ida Belle Clover 6 Apr 1916 Female Puerto Limon, Costa Rica and Bocas Del Toro and Cristobal, Canal Zone   Turrialba
James T Clover 2 Oct 1928 Male Cristobal, Canal Zone   Suriname
Kate Clover 7 Aug 1917 Female Havana, Cuba   Chalmette
Kate Clover 7 Aug 1917 Female Havana, Cuba   Chalmette
Katherine Clover 24 Jun 1909 Female Havana, Cuba United States of America Chalmette
Mary Clover 1 Apr 1915 Male Cristobal, Canal Zone and Bocas Del Toro, Panama and Havana, Cuba   Atenas
Milla Clover 12 Nov 1851 Female Liverpool, England   John Toole
Milro Clover 12 Nov 1851 Female Liverpool, England   John Toole
N Clover 15 Mar 1945   Port of Spain, Trinidad   Maua
Winifred Clover 18 Jul 1924 Female Havana, Cuba   Turrialba
Winifred Clover 8 Jun 1925 Female Havana, Cuba   Parismina
Winnifeld E Clover 16 Mar 1918 Female Cristobal, Canal Zone and Puerto Limon, Costa Rica and Havana, Cuba   Cartago
Winnifred Clover 24 Apr 1916 Female Havana, Cuba   Heredia
Winnifred Clover 25 Jun 1920 Female Havana, Cuba   Cartago

Louisiana Bible Record

Thanks to Rhonda Clover who queried me about this bible record.  
It appears to have Clovers in it.  However, the same names appear as Clover and Clower.  I do NOT recognize any of these names and suspect that they are actully Clowers.  However, I don't know enough about them to be absolutely sure. If anyone can help with this problem, let me know.

Page 47.SAMANTHY LEWIS' BIBLE Printer: H. & E. Phinny's Stereotype Edition, Cooperstown, N. Y. Stereotyped,Presented & Published by H. & E. Phinney and Sold at their Bookstores, and bythe Bookstores generally in the United States --- 1836. Original Owner:Samantha Clover (B.B.M.H. Lewis)*.  Present Owner: Miss Lillie Myles, RFD 4.Franklinton, La.
 (granddaughter). Copied September 1954 by Texana Carter. Onflyleaf: "Samantha Lewis departed this life December 1, 1891, aged 80 yrs, 7mos. 9 das.11 (*N.B.#l)

Grand Lodge of the State of Louisiana, 1934
Acacia Masonic Lodge No. 116Plaquemine, Iberville Parish, Louisiana
A. C. Clover

Roll Call April 1, 1924
A.C. Clover: Mayor—Present

Soards' New Orleans City Directory, For 1886
Frances A . Clover listed on page 230 r. Laurel cor, Exposition Blvd.

Polk's Greater Baton Rouge (East Baton Rouge Parish, La) City Directory 1936
Roberta Clover page 118 c, 860 Frisco

Le Comite' des Archives de la Louisiane Home Page http://www.sos.louisiana.gov/tabid/79/Default.aspx

Clover, William  19
[This is from an index to the Louisiana genealogy periodical, Le Raconteur. Does anyone have the actual information?]

Bureau of Land Management 

Solomon Clover, Morehouse County, Louisiana 119.58 acres dated 1 March 1875
Solomon Clover listed as a private in Captain Yoakem's Ohio Militia, war of 1812.
William B. Sherling and heirs were assignees.



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