Loveluck DocumentsThis section contains copies of a number of documents about the Loveluck and related families, including:
- The Early Loveluck
Family in Glamorgan
Compiled by Janet Hearle with contributions from Dr. John Thomas (Stroud, Gloucestershire), Mrs. Elizabeth Rushen (Australia) and many members of the family.
- The Marendaz and Thomas Families of Glamorgan
From an article by A. Leslie Evans, Transactions of the Port Talbot Historical Society, No.3 Vol.1 1967 pages 108-110
- Talbot-Loveluck-Marendaz Family Legends
Loveluck and Marendaz versions of legends of links to the Talbot family and a piracy on the high seas!
- References to Lovelucks in "The Story of Kenfig"
a book by A. Leslie Evans
- Notes on John Lovelock (1739-1803)
by John D. Thomas
- A Newton Legend
A note by John D. Thomas on the legendary link between the Glamorgan Turpin family and Dick Turpin the highwayman.
There is also a link between the Glamorgan Turpins and the Loveluck family - Capt Robert Turpin's daugheter Ann (1734-177) married Edward Sanders (1725-1782), whose grandson Edmund (1797/98-1867) married Ann Loveluck (1811-1859)
- The Voyage of James Courtis Loveluck on the SS Ingoldsby
In the spring of 1885 James Courtis Loveluck, who was 18 years old at the time, made a voyage by sea from Cardiff to Istanbul, and then on to the Ukranian ports of Odessa and Nikolayev. The Captain of the ship, the SS Ingoldsby, was his uncle, Thomas Owen Davies. He wrote a journal describing his voyage in some detail.
- Loveluck and Related Families
Documents on the Loveluck and Powell families provided by John Dixon
- The Chilean Lovelucks
Note written by Andrés Loveluck Olivos and myself concerning the descendants of William Loveluck, baptised 26 Jan 1845 at Tythegston, Glamorgan, and Agnes McPherson.