Lovelock Trees and Fragments for other Count(r)ies
This is a collection of trees and fragments which have not been
included in the collections for Berkshire,
Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Kent, London & Middlesex, Surrey, or Wiltshire because they concern
other counties or countries. Some of them are derived from the
original Early Lovelock Fragments
compiled by Gwen Eastment and Robert Sterry. The table below includes
links (in the 'Tree Name' column) to the corresponding Descendant
Trees. For two of the trees there is also a link, in the
'Progenitor' column, to the corresponding individual or marriage
using the Webtrees
tool (LovelockTrees), which allows you to browse the whole
tree and provides more information than the Descendant Tree. There
are also links to the corresponding gedcom file where one exists.
Note: the gedcom file at LovelockTrees is always our most up-to-date version of a tree so is recommended as your first port of call.
|Tree Name||Last Updated||Progenitor(s)||Gedcom
|No. of Individuals|
Lovelock (married Catherine Player at
Glastonbury, Somerset on 7 Feb 1725)
|Hambleden - Tasmania||18-Jul 2019
||Thomas Lovelock and Elizabeth Willis (married on 1 Oct 1738 at Hambleden, Buckinghamshire)||Hambleden-Tasmania||108||42*|
|Jack Lovelock Line - NZ runner||16-Apr-2000||John Edward Lovelock and Sarah Leach||12||7|
||John Loveluck, who married
Ann John at St Mary, Margam, 23 Nov 1765
Origins of the Trees
Bridgwater FragmentThis Fragment was compiled by Graham Lovelock, and was first added to the Web Site, on the 'Work in Progress' page, on 27 September 2011.
Because of associations between members of this Fragment with the name Calladine it is considered possible that Charles Lovelock's and Catherine Player's grandson Charles, baptised in Bridgwater, Somerset, on 17 May 1765, is the man who married Eleanor Cleland and became the progenitor of the St Pancras (Main) Tree.
Hambleden - TasmaniaThe initial version of the tree (called then just the Hambleden Tree) was constructed by James Loveluck in collaboration with Carol Tait, who provided valuable information especially concerning the Middlesex branch of the tree. The tree was first added to the Web Site on 22-Jun-11.
The current version was produced by James Loveluck after Carol Tait suggested a connection with another early tree: the Middlesex - Tasmania Tree. The first version of the combined tree was added to the Web Site on 12-Oct-11.