London and Middlesex Lovelock Family Trees

This is a collection of trees and fragments which begin in London or Middlesex. Some of them are derived from the original Early Lovelock Fragments compiled by Gwen Eastment and Robert Sterry. The table includes links (in the 'Tree Name' column) to the corresponding Descendant Trees. For each 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 corresponding Descendant Tree. There are also links to the corresponding gedcom file.

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
File
Number of Individuals
Total Lovelocks
Bethnal Green 14-Jun-17
John Lovelock, father of Charles Lovelock also known as Charles Shaw of Bethnal Green, who died on 8 Oct 1868 Middlesex 70
38
Islington
14-Jun-17 Thomas and Sarah Lovelock, whose son Edward (1760 - 1843) married Elizabeth Askew on 20 Oct 1782 at St Marylebone, Middlesex Islington
169
80
Lambeth and Australia
06-Jun-17
Stephen and Elizabeth (nee Jones) Lovelock who married on 19 Oct 1800, and lived in Lambeth, London Lambeth
& Australia
535
194
New Brentford
07-Jun-17 William Lovelock, who was buried at New Brentford in Middlesex on 18 Aug 1825.
New Brentford
223
87
St Pancras (main)
14-Jun-17
Charles Lovelock and Eleanor Cleland, who married in 1786 at St Brides, Fleet Street, London Middlesex 491
231
2nd St Pancras Tree
11-Jun-17 Richard LOVELOCK and Mary UNKNOWN
Richard LOVELOCK and Mary COOPER
st-pancras-2
295
152
Stepney
07-Jun-17 William Lovelock who was born in 1804 or 1805 in Stepney, and married Hannah Smith on 5 Apr 1830 at Hertford
stepney
128
58
Stepney 2nd
07-Jun-17 William Lovelock and Jane Unknown stepney-2
100
45

Origins of the Trees

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Tree for Charles Lovelock (aka Charles Shaw) of Bethnal Green.
Submitted by Roger Lovelock. Revised and extended by Graham Lovelock and Roger Lovelock
Islington Tree
Several of the descendants of the progenitors, Thomas and Sarah, lived in Islington, although the tree also extends into other counties and other countries. This tree was discussed on the Lovelock Mailing List (with the subject 'A financially connected vicar') by Yann Lovelock, Nigel St C Gerdes and Graham Lovelock in October 2008, and more recently by Nigel and James Loveluck. The tree was originally constructed by James Loveluck  based on the information resulting from those discussions. The tree and gedcom file were first added to the web site 20-Sep-2011.
Lambeth and Australia Tree for Stephen Lovelock b. abt 1770, London?
Initial version included in the Early Lovelock Fragments, revised and extended versions include contributions from Mary Pipe, Robert Sterry, Marion Herbert, Diane Snowden and Ken Medlycott.
Middlesex - Tasmania Lovelucks 
Initial version provided by Gwen Eastment, "Compiled for Janet Hearle who made it into a book. Copy in Melbourne Genealogical Society Library."
This version includes corrections and additions from Brenda Gregory in emails dated 2 Oct 1999 and 10 Jan 2003
and some further additions concerning the beginnings of the tree in Middlesex, which are described in the Log file entry for 16-Mar-08. [This tree has now been amalgamated with the Hambleden Tree to form the Hambleden-Tasmania Tree.]

New Brentford Tree
The initial version of the Tree was constructed by James Loveluck in collaboration with Graham Lovelock, and was first added to the web site on 9-Jul-11.
St Pancras (main) Tree
Initial version submitted by Graham Lovelock. Revised version incorporates material from Neil Lovelock and Robin Lovelock (Sunninghill, Berks)
A Second St Pancras Tree
Provided by Bill Lovelock and Graham Lovelock, June 2007. Note that the family of Arthur James LOVELOCK in this tree has some features in common with Fragment 5 in The Early Lovelock Fragments, compiled by Robert Sterry and based on the research of Gwen Eastment. However, this fragment has not been substantiated, and it contains a number of incoherencies, which have been documented by Graham Lovelock. This tree was amended on 13 May 2014 to include what had been known as the St Pancras (Piano Makers) Tree, after the Piano Makers progenitor, Charles Lovelock, was identified as a son of Richard Lovelock (the progenitor of the Second St Pancras Tree) and his second wife Mary Cooper.
{This page used also to include a St Pancras Fragment, the initial version of which was provided as an additional piece to the London (mainly St Pancras) Tree. It was first provided by Graham Lovelock on 7-Oct-05, and was merged with the St Pancras (main) Tree on 6-Feb-11.}
A Stepney tree
This tree was provided by Graham Lovelock.
First version on the Web site: 15-May-08

A Second Stepney tree
This tree was also provided by Graham Lovelock. As in the above tree it starts with a William Lovelock, probably born sometime around 1800, but it seems unlikely that they are one and the same person. First added to the web site 24-Aug-08.