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Sir William Lovelace of WoolwichÂge : 44 ans15831627

Nom
Sir William Lovelace of Woolwich
Préfixe du nom
Sir
Prénom(s)
William
Nom de famille
Lovelace
Suffixe du nom
of Woolwich
Naissance 2 février 1583 21 22
Mariage des parentsSir William IV LovelaceElizabeth AucherAfficher cette famille
1588 (Âge 4 ans)

MariageAnne BarneAfficher cette famille
1610 (Âge 26 ans)
Naissance d’une fille
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Anne Lovelace
1610 (Âge 26 ans)
Décès 12 août 1627 (Âge 44 ans)
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mère
Mariage : 1588
-5 ans
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Mariage : 1610London, England
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Note
http://www.werelate.org/wiki/Person:William_Lovelace_%289%29 He had an estate probated on 23 Jun 1628. Known as Sir William Lovelace of Woolwich, is styled Sir William Lovelace, the younger, of Bethersden in his will and inquistion post mortem. He was a member of the Virginia Company and an incorporator in the second Virginia Company in 1609. A soldier, he died during the war with Spain and Holland in the siege of Groll Holland, a few days before the town fell. Left a will. /"I Sir William Lovelace of Bidersden, county of Kent, Knight, appoint my wife Anne Lovelace and Thomas Twisden of Wie, County Kent, esquire guardians of my children....I give them all my lands whatsoever in Bethersden, Holden (Sholden), Cart Magna, Shidonhurst, and Canterburie till my eldest son, Richard Lovelace attain the age of twenty-four..../" Will was proved by Anne Lovelace Relict, the other executor being dead. See http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~lovelace/earliest.htm for further history on this family.
Note
Note
http://www.werelate.org/wiki/Person:William_Lovelace_%289%29 He had an estate probated on 23 Jun 1628. Known as Sir William Lovelace of Woolwich, is styled Sir William Lovelace, the younger, of Bethersden in his will and inquistion post mortem. He was a member of the Virginia Company and an incorporator in the second Virginia Company in 1609. A soldier, he died during the war with Spain and Holland in the siege of Groll Holland, a few days before the town fell. Left a will. /"I Sir William Lovelace of Bidersden, county of Kent, Knight, appoint my wife Anne Lovelace and Thomas Twisden of Wie, County Kent, esquire guardians of my children....I give them all my lands whatsoever in Bethersden, Holden (Sholden), Cart Magna, Shidonhurst, and Canterburie till my eldest son, Richard Lovelace attain the age of twenty-four..../" Will was proved by Anne Lovelace Relict, the other executor being dead. See http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~lovelace/earliest.htm for further history on this family.