2nd St Pancras Tree

Birth between January 1897 and March 1897 45 45
Source: GRO
Text:

Pancras RD, ref 1b 161

Quality of data: primary evidence
Birth of a brotherLeonard LOVELOCK
between July 1898 and September 1898 (Age 18 months)
Source: GRO
Text:

Pancras RD, ref 1b 116

Quality of data: primary evidence
Census 1901 (Age 4 years)
Note: St Pancras London LND
Census 1911 (Age 14 years)

Note: 148 Malden Road, Kentish Town, London, England
Death of a brotherEdward LOVELOCK
between April 1916 and May 1916 (Age 19 years)

Source: GRO
Text:

Pancras RD, ref 1b 131 (age 43)

Quality of data: primary evidence
Burial of a brotherEdward LOVELOCK
May 20, 1916 (Age 19 years)
MarriageDaisy Alice POTTERView this family
between July 1929 and September 1929 (Age 32 years)

Text:

Pancras RD, ref 1b 70

Quality of data: primary evidence
Death of a fatherWalter LOVELOCK
October 1938 (Age 41 years)

Source: GRO
Text:

Pancras RD, ref 1b 99 (age 87)

Quality of data: primary evidence
Burial of a fatherWalter LOVELOCK
October 11, 1938 (Age 41 years)
Death of a brotherLeonard LOVELOCK
January 1945 (Age 48 years)

Text:

Pancras RD, ref 1b 11

Quality of data: primary evidence
Burial of a brotherLeonard LOVELOCK
January 31, 1945 (Age 48 years)
Death of a brotherWalter LOVELOCK
January 1947 (Age 50 years)

Source: GRO
Text:

Hendon RD, ref 5f 119 (age 64)

Quality of data: primary evidence
Burial of a brotherWalter LOVELOCK
January 10, 1947 (Age 50 years)
Death of a motherAmy Alice ROBERTS
between October 1948 and December 1948 (Age 51 years)

Source: GRO
Text:

Harrow RD, ref 5f 365 (age 93)

Quality of data: primary evidence
Burial of a motherAmy Alice ROBERTS
December 31, 1948 (Age 51 years)
Death of a brotherAlbert LOVELOCK
1950 (Age 53 years)

Citation details: Message on PhpGedView site 14-Oct-08
Quality of data: primary evidence
Source: GRO - FreeBMD
Citation details: Deaths Jan-Mar 1951 in Edmonton RD, ref 5e 366 (age 76)
Quality of data: primary evidence
Death April 10, 1963 (Age 66 years)

Text:

Hendon RD, ref 5e 472 (age 66)

Quality of data: primary evidence
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: about March 1873Pancras RD, St Pancras, London, England
1 month
elder brother
Edward LOVELOCK
Birth: between January 1873 and March 1873 21 21St Pancras RD, St Pancras, Middlesex, England
Death: between April 1916 and May 1916
22 months
elder brother
5 years
elder sister
3 years
elder brother
6 years
elder brother
19 months
elder sister
7 years
himself
Percy LOVELOCK
Birth: between January 1897 and March 1897 45 45St Pancras RD, St Pancras, Middlesex, England
Death: April 10, 1963
21 months
younger brother
Family with Daisy Alice POTTER - View this family
himself
Percy LOVELOCK
Birth: between January 1897 and March 1897 45 45St Pancras RD, St Pancras, Middlesex, England
Death: April 10, 1963
wife
Marriage: between July 1929 and September 1929

Census

St Pancras London LND

Walter Lovelock Male 49 1852 Pianoforte Finisher London St Pancras 154 75 St. Pancras Amy Lovelock Female 47 1854 London St Pancras 154 75 St. Pancras Edward Lovelock Male 28 1873 Pianoforte Finisher London St Pancras 154 75 St. Pancras Amy Lovelock Female 21 1880 Waistcoat Maker London St Pancras 154 75 St. Pancras Walter Lovelock Male 18 1883 Pianoforte Finishers Assist London St Pancras 154 75 St. Pancras Horace Lovelock Male 12 1889 London St Pancras 154 75 St. Pancras Ethel Lovelock Female 11 1890 London St Pancras 154 75 St. Pancras Percy Lovelock Male 4 1897 London St Pancras 154 75 St. Pancras Leonard Lovelock Male 2 1899 London St Pancras 154 75 St. Pancras

Census

148 Malden Road, Kentish Town, London, England RG14 PN759 RG78 PN26 RD9 SD4 ED15 SN29

Walter Lovelock;Head;59;Piano Finisher;St Pancras, London Amy Lovelock;Wife, married 38 years;57;;Marylebone, London Horace Lovelock;Son;22;Arc Lamp Fitter, Electrical;St Pancras, London Ethel Lovelock;Daur;21;Tailoress;St Pancras, London Percy Lovelock;Son;14;Shop Boy;St Pancras, London Leonard Lovelock;Son;12;;St Pancras, London

Note that Walter completed the Return claiming originally that there were 8 rooms, amended to 5, but his son in law Henry Mitchell stated on his Return for the same address that there were 2 rooms.