Hampshire - Suffolk - Rutland - Herefordshire Tree

Hampshire - Suffolk - Rutland - Herefordshire Tree

This tree was first added to the PhpGedView site on 5-Mar- 2007. The database contained essentially all the information that was included in a previous version of a Descendant Tree, which was produced by Nigel Gerdes and Graham Lovelock, together with considerable additional details provided by Robin Lovelock.

The progenitor of the tree is Thomas Lovelock, who married Lydia Carter on 21 November 1771 at Twyford, Hampshire.

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Welcome to Lovelock Trees
October 24, 2023 - 2:40:54 p.m.

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.

Updates to the Hampshire - Suffolk - Rutland - Herefordshire tree
December 1, 2015 - 5:36:50 p.m.

Individuals affected by the most recent changes to this tree are identified in the 'Changes in the last 30 days' box on the right hand side of this page.

Statistics — Hampshire - Suffolk - Rutland - Herefordshire Tree

This family tree was last updated on April 14, 2024.

Individuals
Males
115
49.8%
Females
116
50.2%
Total surnames
Families
Sources
Media objects
Repositories
Total events
762
Total users
78
Hampshire - Suffolk - Rutland - Herefordshire Tree
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