This file contains two Lovelock Trees which have their origins in London or Middlesex. The trees, together with a link to the individual at the top of the tree, are as follows:
- The St Pancras (Main) Tree - Charles Lovelock, who married Catherine Player in 1725 in Glastonbury, Somerset
- The Bethnal Green Tree - John Lovelock, father of Charles Lovelock (also known as Charles Shaw) of Bethnal Green, who died on 8 October 1868
Note that this gedcom file previously included three other trees:
- The Shoreditch - Queensland (Aus) tree (descendants of Henry Lovelock b 1781, d 4Q 1863), which is now one branch of the Luckington-Dowdeswell (Glos) tree.
- The St Pancras Fragment, which was integrated into the St Pancras (main) Tree as the branch beginning with James Charles Cooper - see the What's New items for 2-Feb-11 and 6-Feb-11 for details.
- The St Pancras (piano makers) Tree - descendants of Charles Lovelock b 1813/14 St Pancras. This tree has now been integrated with the Second St Pancras tree. See the What's New items for 13-May-14 and 21-May-14 for details.
These web pages use the Webtrees software to display information concerning Lovelock family trees. Select the tree that you are interested in from the 'Family Trees' button on the left above.
To begin working with the data, choose one of the charts from the Charts menu, go to the Individual List, or search for a name or place using the 'Search' box on the right above.
You are encouraged to become a registered user by requesting a new user account. Registered users have access to additional information and can use a 'My page' link to bookmark favourite people, send and receive messages from other users and customize various aspects of the site.
If you have trouble using the site, please feel free to contact Graham or James using the contact links below.
Individuals affected by the most recent changes to these trees are identified in the 'Changes in the last 30 days' box on the right hand side of this page.
This family tree was last updated on January 25, 2024.