Ropley - Tidcombe Trees

Ropley - Tidcombe Trees

This file contains two trees, for which the progenitors are as follows:

  • The Ropley, Crondall, Dogmersfield Tree - Noah Lovelock (b abt 1701), who married Ann Finden on 29 Oct 1730 at Bradley, Hampshire
  • Wroughton - Tidcombe Tree - John Lovelock (of Woolston), who married Elizabeth Wilde 14 Oct 1697

The two trees are joined by the marriage of William Lovelock (b abt 1862) and Emily Lovelock (b 1868).

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Updates to the Ropley - Tidcombe Trees
December 2, 2015 - 8:53:59 a.m.

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Welcome to Lovelock Trees
December 2, 2015 - 8:53:27 a.m.

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Statistics — Ropley - Tidcombe Trees

This family tree was last updated on March 22, 2019.

Individuals
Males
1,000
51%
Females
959
48.9%
Total surnames
Families
Sources
Media objects
Repositories
Total events
7,365
Total users
36

Most common surnames
Brown, Cain, Dent, Hermon, Lay, Lovelock, Smith, Unknown, Wells, Williams

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