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Anne LovelaceAge: 42 years16101652

Anne Lovelace
Given names
Birth 1610 26 23
Marriage of parentsSir William Lovelace of WoolwichAnne BarneView this family
Death of a maternal grandfatherSir William Barne
May 7, 1619 (Age 9 years)

Death of a fatherSir William Lovelace of Woolwich
August 12, 1627 (Age 17 years)
Death of a paternal grandmotherElizabeth Aucher
December 3, 1627 (Age 17 years)
MarriageRev John GorsuchView this family
1628 (Age 18 years)
Death of a paternal grandfatherSir William IV Lovelace
1628 (Age 18 years)
Burial of a paternal grandfatherSir William IV Lovelace
1628 (Age 18 years)
Note: His lead coffin was found in the floor and removed intact when renovations were done in 1786.
Death of a maternal grandmotherAnne Sandys
1630 (Age 20 years)

Death of a motherAnne Barne
1633 (Age 23 years)

Birth of a daughter
Anne Gorsuch
1641 (Age 31 years)

Death of a husbandRev John Gorsuch
1647 (Age 37 years)
Death 1652 (Age 42 years)
Family with parents - View this family
Marriage: 1610London, England
1 year
Family with Rev John Gorsuch - View this family
Marriage: 1628Wiccocomico, Northumberland, Virginia, United States
14 years

http://www.werelate.org/wiki/Person:John_Gorsuch_%281%29 Name Rev. John Gorsuch Gender Male Birth? 1609 Walkern, Hertfordshire, England Marriage 1628 Wiccocomico, Northumberland County, Virginia to Anne Lovelace Death? 1647 Weston, Wilburton, Cambridgeshire, England See http://www.hertfordshire-genealogy.co.uk/data/answers/answers-2002/ans-0183-gorsuch.htm for many details on John Gorsuch such as: After being sequestered from his livelihood he remained in Walkern/Weston area and evidently made such a nuisance of himself, that Simon Smeath, Vicar of Weston, who succeeded Ward at Walkern in 1648, persuaded Manchester to send Fairclough of London with a body of men to seize and eject him. The Reverend Thomas Tipping, Vicar of Ardeley, noted this about 1740, in a copy of Chauncy's Historical Antiquities of Hertfordshire: /"Dr. Gorsuch was smothered in a haymow. Fairclough of Weston, acting Rascall under Manchester, set a body of Rebels to seize Gorsuch from Smeath Vicar of Weston. Gorsuch betook to ye haymow and there lost his life. He left a very good name./" The body of John Gorsuch was returned to a site near Cambridge University were he had received his doctorate 12 years before. According to the records of the Archbishop of Canterbury, he was buried at Wilberton, Isle of Ely on 24 May 1648. His wife Anne Lovelace Gorsuch (sister of the cavalier poet Sir Richard Lovelace) was left with 12 children, the oldest not yet twenty. She left with Robert, Richard and Anne and was later followed by Elizabeth, Charles, and Lovelace in tow of Katherine for the Virginia Colony sometime after John's death (1649-51). Her brother Colonel Francis Lovelace (later governor of New York) was already in Virginia. He returned to England in 1652 bringing word to Charles II of Virginia's surrender to the Parlimentarians. On June 1652 letters of administration of her estate were issued to her eldest son Daniel, who had remained in England, as she had /"deceased in parts beyond the seas./"