Local historian; beautician. Born– January 19, 1902, Birmingham. Parents– Thomas and Martha David (O’Barr) Gibbons. Married– Ellis K. Walker, December 2, 1920 (died 1935). Married– P.H. Fazi, June 7, 1937. Married– Patrick J. Lovett, April 29, 1944. Children– Eight. Education– Gladys Cook College of Beauty, Colorado Springs, Colo. Employed by Southern Bell Telephone Company and the Bradstreet Company; Rose Walker’s Beauty Shop; English Village Beauty Shop; editorial assistant, Catholic Weekly, and One Voice; editor, Pioneer Trails; organist, Blessed Sacrament Church; involved in parish and diocesian activities. Honors– Papal medal, ‘Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice’, 1960.  Died September 10, 1990.


The Catholic Church in the Deep South; Rose Gibbons Lovett.


The Burial Records of Apalachicola, 1856-1886. S.l.; s.n., 1959.

The Catholic Church in the Deep South; the Diocese of Birmingham in Alabama, 1540-1976. Birmingham, Ala.; Diocese of Birmingham, 1980.

Census of Apalachicola, 1884-1885. S.l.; s.n., 1968.

Centennial history of Saint Paul’s Parish, Birmingham, Alabama, 1872- 1972. Birmingham, Ala.; s.n., 1972.

Death of Very Reverend James Coyle, Priest and Martyr. S.l.; s.n., 1981.

Excerpts and Articles Pertaining to West Florida. S.l.; s.n., 1960.

History of St. Thomas Home-on-Hill (formerly called East Lake Atheneum Orphans Home, 1903-1971. S.l.; s.n., 1972.

History of the Catholic Women’s Club of West End. S.l.; s.n., 1961.

The Lovett Family of Apalachicola Florida and Allied Families. Birmingham, Ala.; Lovett, 1973.

Memorabilia. S.l.; s.n., 1902-1978.

Registered Voters of Apalachicola, 1871-1884. S.l.; s.n. 1960.

The Trilogy of the Tri-Rivers, Apalachicola, Chattachoochee and Flint. S.l.; s.n. 1962.