Lovelock Family Trees - an Overview
IntroductionBuilding on The Early Lovelock Fragments we have constructed a number of substantial family trees. The construction of these trees has been very much a collaborative process, and a large number of people have contributed. In addition to the early fragments, we have used various collections of source records, including the 'Lovelocks by Parish' collections for various counties, on-line sources such as FreeBMD, and information contributed by the community of people interested in Lovelock family history.
Exploring the Family TreesThe Lovelock family trees can be explored in a number of ways, such as:
- Using the Webtrees utility
- this Web-based tool allows you to explore the family
trees in a visual fashion, and provides access to all the
information in the corresponding database, including source
references, supporting Census entries, and possibly
photographs, and is always our
most up to date information. The database/tree to be browsed
can be selected from the menu which appears below the 'Welcome
- Descendant trees, many of which are collected in this
section of the Web Site - see below, and the separate
collections for various counties. Less well-established trees
will be found on the 'Work in
Progress' page. The descendant trees provide a
limited amount of information about each individual (dates and
places of birth, baptism, marriage, death and burial, where
these are available), so we recommend that you try the
Webtrees approach first.
- If you use a family history software program, you can download a 'Gedcom File' for many of the trees. You can then import this gedcom file into your own family history program, and use this to explore the family tree.
Summary of some of the more Substantial TreesThe following table summarises the most substantial of the Lovelock family trees and includes links (in the 'Tree Name' column) to the corresponding Descendant Trees. There are also links, in the 'Progenitor' column, to the relevant individual using the Webtrees utility.
|No. of Individuals|
(married Mary Head 7 Jul 1706 at Preschute )
See also the Loveluck Web site
(married Ann John 23 Nov 1765 at Margam, Glamorgan )
|Wallingford Berks Line
Lovelock b abt 1740
(married Mary Whitwick 15 Nov 1779 at Wallingford )
|3-May-2020||Noah Lovelock b. abt. 1701
(married Ann Finden 29 Oct 1730 at Bradley)
(Wilts, and Nevada, USA)
(married Priscilla Greenaway15 Jul 1689 at Wroughton )
||Francis Lovelock (married Ann Payne 8 May 1743 at Kingsclere)||kingsclere
|Wroughton-Tidcombe||3-May-2020||John Lovelock (of Woolston) (married Elizabeth Wilde 14 Oct 1697)||ropley-tidcombe||686
||Stephen and Elizabeth (nee Jones) Lovelock who married on 19 Oct 1800, and lived in Lambeth, London||Lambeth
(married Elizabeth Cruse 18 May 1761 at Tidcombe, Wilts, )
Note that the figures, which correspond to
data as of the date indicated, should always be considered
approximate and may change as the tree is modified or added to.
The number of individuals can differ significantly from the
number of Lovelocks, depending on how many female branches are
pursued. Thus, the number of Lovelocks in a tree is probably a
better metric than the total number of individuals. The
statistics are for descendant trees of the progenitors, which do
not by and large include, for example, ancestors of spouses.
There are separate Web pages containing
more complete collections of Berkshire
Trees, Gloucestershire Trees,
Hampshire Trees, Kent Trees, London and Middlesex Trees,
Surrey Trees and Wiltshire Trees.
Trees and fragments which do not fit into any of the above collections (e.g. they belong to other counties or countries) are gathered together as Lovelock Trees and Fragments for other Count(r)ies. Some of these are derived from the original Early Lovelock Fragments