2nd St Pancras Tree

Richard LOVELOCKAge: 56 years17701826

Name
Richard LOVELOCK
Given names
Richard
Surname
LOVELOCK
Birth between 1770 and 1771

Note: Date of birth based on age 55 at burial.
Birth of a daughter
#1
Eliza LOVELOCK
17 January 1795 (Age 25 years)
Birth of a son
#2
Richard LOVELOCK

Christening of a daughterEliza LOVELOCK
15 February 1795 (Age 25 years)
Birth of a daughter
#3
Amelia LOVELOCK
24 September 1796 (Age 26 years)
Christening of a daughterAmelia LOVELOCK
23 October 1796 (Age 26 years)
Birth of a son
#4
David LOVELOCK
18 May 1798 (Age 28 years)
Christening of a sonDavid LOVELOCK
10 June 1798 (Age 28 years)
MarriageMary COOPERView this family
29 April 1799 (Age 29 years)
Citation details: Marriages 1879-1906 (LDS Vital Records-British Isles-2nd ed.)
Text:

1799 Apr 29 Richard Lovelock and Mary Cooper (also in the Pallot Index)

Quality of data: primary evidence
Birth of a daughter
#5
Sarah LOVELOCK
28 August 1801 (Age 31 years)
Christening of a daughterSarah LOVELOCK
14 September 1801 (Age 31 years)
Birth of a son
#6
James LOVELOCK
September 1803 (Age 33 years)
Source: 1851 Census
Christening of a sonJames LOVELOCK
31 October 1803 (Age 33 years)
Birth of a son
#7
Henry LOVELOCK
24 January 1806 (Age 36 years)
Christening of a sonHenry LOVELOCK
3 March 1806 (Age 36 years)
Burial of a sonRichard LOVELOCK
1 September 1808 (Age 38 years)
Citation details: Soho, St Anne Burials Data from findmypast®
Text:

1808 Sep 1 Richard Lovelock of St Pancras

Quality of data: primary evidence
Birth of a son
#8
Charles LOVELOCK
between 1813 and 1814 (Age 43 years)
Marriage of a childSamuel SHEARINGEliza LOVELOCKView this family
31 August 1818 (Age 48 years)
Citation details: Bloomsbury, St George Marriages Bill Lovelock acquired images that provide the following (incomplete records also in the Pallot Index)
Text:

1818 Aug 31 Samuel Shearing and Eliza Lovelock, witnesses Richard Lovelock and John Harrison

Quality of data: primary evidence
Note:
Publication: Email message to Lovelock mailing list 25 Apr 2014
Deathyes

Burial 26 February 1826 (Age 56 years)
Citation details: Westminster, St James (Piccadilly) Burials Drawn from the LMA Also image provided by Bill Lovelock
Text:

1826 Feb 26 Richard Lovelock of Little Brook St, Pancras, aged 55

Quality of data: primary evidence
Family with Mary UNKNOWN - View this family
himself
wife
daughter
20 months
daughter
20 months
son
Family with Mary COOPER - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: 29 April 1799St Anne, Soho, Middlesex, England
2 years
daughter
2 years
son
2 years
son
son
son

MarriageLovelocks in Middlesex data on main Lovelock website
Citation details: Marriages 1879-1906 (LDS Vital Records-British Isles-2nd ed.)
Text:

1799 Apr 29 Richard Lovelock and Mary Cooper (also in the Pallot Index)

Quality of data: primary evidence
BurialLovelocks in Middlesex data on main Lovelock website
Citation details: Westminster, St James (Piccadilly) Burials Drawn from the LMA Also image provided by Bill Lovelock
Text:

1826 Feb 26 Richard Lovelock of Little Brook St, Pancras, aged 55

Quality of data: primary evidence
SourceGedcom derived from tree produced by Bill Lovelock and Graham Lovelock (Gedcom derived from tree produced by Bill Lovelock and Graham Lovelock June 2007. Initial skeleton gedcom file produced from descendant tree by James L 12-May-08. Gedcom file completed with source references by Graham Lovelock 19-May-08
Birth

Date of birth based on age 55 at burial.

Shared note

Putting Richard Lovelock at the head of this tree is speculative; we have the details of the baptism in two locations of his and wife Mary's six children in the Middlesex Parish Records section of the Lovelock Family History website.

A Richard Lovelock married a Mary Cooper in St Anne, Soho, but not until 29 Apr 1799. It is perhaps unlikely that they would have had 3 children baptised in Marylebone before that date, although it is curious that the marriage date comes between the first 3 and the second 3 baptisms listed for Richard and Mary.

Perhaps their 'misdemeanour' was discovered, and they were forced to look elsewhere to have their last 3 children baptised?