Biography of Fred H. Loverin
Erie County, NY Biographies


Loverin, Fred Harvey, Buffalo, son of Jonathan L. and Roxana E. (Todd) Loverin, was born in New London, N. H., October 18, 1865, and on both sides descends from old New England families. Two of his ancestors, Jonathan and Theophilus Loverin, served in the Revolutionary war, and another, Gilman Loverin. was in the war of 1812. Mr. Loverin removed with his parents in 1874 to Tilton, N. H., where he remained four and one-half years at the New Hampshire Conference Seminary, pursuing special courses in science and mathematics. On leaving that institution he entered successively the employ of Daniel Page, of Tilton, and Giddings & Son, of Boston, both prominent contractors, and finally the office of Damon Brothers, of Haverhill, Mass., for the study of architecture, which he continued there for about three years. Later he spent some time with F. S. Newman, architect, of Springfield, and in 1888 came to Buffalo and accepted a position in the office of Charles D. Swan. About four years afterward he opened an office for himself for the general practice of architecture, and on February 10, 1895, with Frederick A. Whelan, be formed the present firm of Loverin & Whelan. Mr. Loverin has already achieved promience as an able architect. Among the numerous buildings in which he has been interested as designer are the Parkside Baptist church; the residence and studio of E. F. Hall; the Lenox, Berkeley, La Salle, Valois, Algonquin, and Hudson apartment houses; and fine dwellings and other structures. He is a member of the Delaware Avenue M. E. church, and for eight years has been actively identified with its Sunday school. He is also secretary of the Buffalo Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, and vice.president of the Sanitory Club. November 7, 1893, he married Charlotte Louise Calef, of Lowell, Mass., and they have one son, Maitland Calef Loverin, born December 1, 1894.

Our County and it's people
a descriptive work on Erie County, New York
Edited by: Trumen C. White
The Boston History Company, Publishes 1898


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