|LAST NAME||FIRST NAME||AGE
||4 Jan 1840
||James was recorded as a Butcher. He and the
others of the party arrived on the ship "Gladiator". He is a
member of the Wallingford Line.
||4 Jan 1840||William was recorded as a Butcher but there
is no indication of his relationship to James above.
||4 Jan 1840||Eliza was recorded as a Matron, which was
possibly a term applied to married women, and is the wife of
||4 Jan 1840||James is actually thought to be Jane the
daughter of James and Eliza.
||4 Jan 1840||John is the son of James and Eliza.|
||31 Jul 1846||Mary Ann, born in Ireland, arrived from Liverpool on the ship “Columbia”.|
||28 Oct 1848||No corresponding record in the 1841 UK Census. This appears to be the girl recorded as Julian Lovelock who was living with the Burke family in New York in the 1850 US Census. As Patrick (see ‘Pat’ below) was in the household also, Julia/Julian is possibly another child of Honora below. She was born in Ireland, and arrived in the US at Boston, Massachusetts from Liverpool on the ship “Independence”.|
||F||7 May 1849
||No record of a Honora in the 1841 UK Census and no record of the marriage of a Lovelock to Honora from 1837 to 1849. She was born in Ireland, and arrived in New York from Liverpool on the ship “Edmund E Perkins”, apparently as an Immigrant fleeing the Irish Potato Famine.|
||7 May 1849||No record of the birth of a Pat or variant in Free BMD. He was born in Ireland, and arrived on the ship “E E Perkins”, apparently as an Immigrant fleeing the Irish Potato Famine, so is possibly the son of Honora above. Pat was living in Chicago with a wife (Mary A Devitt, married 4 Sep 1870 in St Patrick’s Church, Chicago according to 'FamilySearch', which records him as Patrick A Lovelock) and family by the time of the 1880 US Census.|
||26 May 1849
||As John arrived on the same date as Lewis below the two may be related. However, the Tonbridge Tree contains no corresponding John. Arrived in New York from London on the ship “Silas Richards”.|
||26 May 1849||This appears to be Lewis Lovelock from the Tonbridge Tree.|
||11 May 1850
||'FamilySearch' associates William with the Irish Potato Famine migration; he arrived on the ship “Constitution” from Liverpool, recorded as a Cultivator or Farmer.|
||8 Nov 1860
||Mary Jane was born in Ireland and was a spinster when she arrived in the US. She had travelled from Galway on the ship “Prinz Albert”|
||16 Jun 1866||William, born in England, was a Miner, and arrived from Liverpool on the ship “City of Paris”.|
||27 Jul 1874
||Mary’s Occupation was recorded as ‘Matron’ when she arrived from Liverpool on the ship “Republic”.|
||11 Oct 1877||Occupation was recorded as ‘Merchant’ on arrival from Glasgow and Larne on the ship “State of Pennsylvania”. Free BMD has no birth record between 1847 and 1851, although his birthplace was recorded as England, and no entry in the 1851, 1861 or 1871 UK Census Returns seems to fit.|
||13 Oct 1879||George was recorded as a ‘Gentleman’ when he arrived from Liverpool on the ship “Germanic”. No entry in the 1851, 1861 or 1871 UK Census Returns seems to fit.|
||27 Sep 1880||‘Mrs’ Lovelock, born in England, arrived from Liverpool on the ship “Germanic”, and was recorded as a ‘Lady’ upon arrival. It seems possible that she was the wife of George above.|
||27 Sep 1880||As Thomas arrived on the same ship and date as Mrs Lovelock above it seems possible that he was her son. He also was born in England.|
||10 Jan 1882
||John, born in England, was a Miner, and arrived from Liverpool on the ship “Erin”. No entry in the 1881 UK Census seems to fit.|
||10 Jan 1882
||As Thomas arrived on the same ship and date
as John Lovelock above it seems possible that they were
related, possibly brothers. Thomas was born in England.
||19 Sep 1882||‘Mrs’ Lovelock arrived from London on the ship “The Queen”, and was recorded as a ‘Lady’ upon arrival. She was apparently born in the USA.|
||23 Apr 1883||Herbert, a Labourer, arrived from Liverpool and Queenstown on the ship “Italy”, and was apparently born in Germany.|
||20 Jul 1885|| ‘Mrs’ Lovelock, recorded as ‘Wife’, arrived
from London on the ship “Assyrian Monarch”. The 3 Misses
below arrived on the same ship so were possibly related in
some way, perhaps as a daughter and 2 sisters. ‘Mrs’
Lovelock was born in England.
||20 Jul 1885||'Miss A' was born in England.
||20 Jul 1885||‘Miss G’, born in England, was recorded as a Spinster on arrival, so was presumably over 21 years of age.|
||20 Jul 1885||‘Miss J’, born in England, was recorded as a Spinster on arrival, so was presumably over 21 years of age.|
||2 Apr 1891||James C, a Joiner born in England, arrived from Liverpool and Queenstown on the ship “Teutonic”.|