John LovelockAge: 18431843

Name
John Lovelock
Given names
John
Surname
Lovelock
Burial 5 May 1843 (Age )
Citation details: Burials 1728-1905
Text:

1843 May 5 John Lovelock, Residence: Wootton Rivers, 2 weeks

Quality of data: primary evidence
Christening 13 May 1843
Citation details: Baptisms 1728-1943. Extracted from Film 1279365
Text:

1843 May 13 Privately baptd John son of David & Harriet Lovelock, Abode: Wootton Rivers, Bricklayer

Quality of data: primary evidence
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father
mother
 
Marriage: 14 October 1841Wootton Rivers, Wiltshire, England
19 months
John Lovelock
Christening: 13 May 1843Wootton Rivers, Wiltshire, England
Burial: 5 May 1843Wootton Rivers, Wiltshire, England
13 months
younger brother
2 years
younger brother
2 years
younger sister
Matilda Lovelock
Christening: 18 June 1848Wootton Rivers, Wiltshire, England
Death: between October 1894 and December 1894Wokingham RD, Wokingham, Berkshire, England
2 years
younger sister
2 years
younger sister
Ann Lovelock
Birth: between October 1852 and December 1852 38 33
Death: between April 1854 and June 1854
2 years
younger sister
Elizabeth Ann Lovelock
Christening: 25 December 1854Wootton Rivers, Wiltshire, England
Death: between July 1925 and September 1925
2 years
younger brother
James Lovelock
Christening: 25 December 1856Wootton Rivers, Wiltshire, England
Death: between January 1924 and March 1924
2 years
younger brother
Thomas Lovelock
Birth: between October 1858 and December 1858 44 39
Burial: 12 July 1903Wootton Rivers, Wiltshire, England
19 months
younger sister

BurialWootton Rivers Parish Register
Citation details: Burials 1728-1905
Text:

1843 May 5 John Lovelock, Residence: Wootton Rivers, 2 weeks

Quality of data: primary evidence
ChristeningWootton Rivers Parish Register
Citation details: Baptisms 1728-1943. Extracted from Film 1279365
Text:

1843 May 13 Privately baptd John son of David & Harriet Lovelock, Abode: Wootton Rivers, Bricklayer

Quality of data: primary evidence
Shared note

Since the burial date is before the baptism date it is presumed that the incumbent made an error in one of the entries. The baptism being a private one it probably took place in David and Harriet's home, presumably as the child was not expected to survive.

Note that the transcriptions at Findmypast have the same dates for baptism and burial as are entered here.