In this 1992 file photo, Mildred Loving, of Caroline County, Va., holds an older picture of her and her husband, Richard. The Lovings were in the national spotlight in 1967 when the U.S. Supreme ...
Richard and Mildred Loving's Story. Of Irish and English descent, Loving met Mildred Jeter, who was of African-American and Native-American descent, when he was 17 and she was 11.
Mildred and Richard Loving in 1967 Mildred Delores Loving ( née Jeter; July 22, 1939 – May 2, 2008) was the daughter of Musial (Byrd) Jeter and Theoliver Jeter.  Mildred's racial identity has been a point of confusion.
A moment: Grey Villet captures Mildred and Richard Loving, their daughter Peggy, Mildred's sister Garnet and Richard's mother Lola, on the porch of Mildred's mother's house, Caroline County ...
Just eight years after the Supreme Court decision, Richard Loving died in a car accident. Mildred Loving died of pneumonia in 2008. Mildred Loving died of pneumonia in 2008.
Richard and Mildred Loving realize that their fight will undoubtedly affect the lives of many other people if they win; there are probably a half million missed marriages in the U.S. at present.
Richard and Mildred Loving never asked to be heroes of the Civil Rights movement. But when the state of Virginia deemed their interracial marriage illegal, the couple fought back. And won.
50 Years After Loving v. Virginia. Image. Richard and Mildred Loving at their home in Central Point, Va., with their children, from left, Peggy, Donald and Sidney, in 1967. ... which featured the ...
Mildred and Richard Loving had been married just a few weeks when, in the early morning hours of July 11, 1958, Sheriff Garnett Brooks and two deputies, acting on an anonymous tip that the Lovings ...
Talk:Mildred and Richard Loving. Jump to navigation Jump to search This redirect ... I added a photo. --Ramsey2006 —Preceding comment was added at 01:31, 26 May 2008 (UTC) The following discussion is an archived discussion of the proposal.