They had a son named John Michael age 72.
(November 28, 1943 - December 31, 1951) (child: John)
Sid Luft was once secretary to Eleanor Powell and he and Lynn met at the home of actor and radio announcer Bill Goodwin. Working as a test pilot for Douglas Aircraft, Luft fell for Lynn and eventually he took over management of her career, and her heart. They married on November, 26, 1943. Lynn had a very painful and traumatic year ahead. Becoming pregnant, and being advised to rest, she did so. Sadly, her only daughter, born August 15, 1945, died soon afterwards. This tragedy would remain with her always, and she still grieved many, many years later. There were problems with her marriage to Sid Luft, and his management of her career proved to be troubled. Instead of renegotiating when renewal of her contract came up, he influenced her not to re-sign. The couple reconciled, but later divorced on December 26, 1950.
meets wartime test pilot and man-about-town Michael Sidney "Sid" Luft; he is two years her senior
28 November 43 marries Sid Luft, who during their marriage will attempt work as a film agent and movie producer, to little effect
Autumn 44 she and husband Luft join the promotional contingent for Zanuck’s "pet" film, Wilson. Fox contract junketeers include Carmen Miranda, Carole Landis, Roddy McDowall, and Mary Anderson. Despite the push, the film is not a major box-office success.
15 August 45
loses her first child, a daughter, during childbirth
18 September 48 her son, John Michael Luft, is born in Los Angeles, California
26 December 50 starts divorce proceedings against Luft
31 December 1951
her divorce from Luft is finalized
institutes child-support proceedings against Sid Luft, during which his new spouse, noted entertainer Judy Garland, is called to testify
reintroduces failed support-upgrade action against Luft, who is now Judy Garland’s agent
(28 November 1943 - 26 December 1950) (divorced) 2 children