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    Hi everyone!
    I have been researching my husband’s Lovell family tree, and I find it fascinating.
    We have traced it back to the early 1800’s when George Lovell Married Emma Chambers.
    There is a George Lovell that worked for the Enfield Rifle Company around1836 and George is mentioned online that he helped design the Brunswick Rifle for the British Army.
    So I am trying to find out if he is a descendant of George and Emma Lovell.
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    Welcome to the BritishGenealogy Forum. Have a look round, select a suitable forum and then tell us a bit more about your people. The more we know about them, the better they will stand out from the crowd!

    For example, when and where George & Emma married? Are they the couple in Northampton having children in the 1810s? Or the couple in Kent having children in the 1830s?

    I imagine it's not the couple having children in Derbyshire in the 1870s or the other one in Gloucester in the 1890s?

    There's a marriage for a George Lovell marrying an Emma Elizabeth Chambers in London in 1900. Much too late, from what you say.

    Any crumbs of info help.

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    George Lovell married Emma Chambers in 1803. I know they had a son named George who was born in 1810.

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    They were married in Whittlebury. And Northamptonshire sounds right.

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    Morning Post, 7 Sep 1846

    "At Enfield Petty Sessions, on Saturday, George Gower, a gun finisher, employed at the Board of Ordnance manufactory, Enfield Lock, was charged by Mr G Lovell of No. 12, Ely Place, Holborn, Inspector of small arms in her Majesty's service in Birminghham, London and Enfield …."


    This George Enfield can be found on the 1851 Census ref HO107 1515 11 15 - aged 62.
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