Robert Lovell1

#9740, (circa 1595 - between 3 April 1651 and 25 June 1672)
Relationship9th great-grandfather of William David Lewis

Family

Elizabeth _____ b. c 1600
Children 1.Anne Lovell4 (c 1619 - )
 2.Zacheus Lovell3 (c 1620 - )
 3. Ellen Lovell+1 (c 1627 - bt 1683 - 1693)
 4.John Lovell3 (c 1627 - )
 5.James Lovell3 (c 1634 - )
Imm. on the same ship as Thomas and Jane Holbrook, q.v.2,3 
Birth*circa 1595He was born circa 1595.1 
Marriage*circa 1618He married Elizabeth _____ circa 1618 at EnglandG; from age of eldest child.4 
1635He and Elizabeth _____ migrated to Weymouth, Massachusetts, from Weymouth, England on the Marygpuld in 1635.5,6,7 
2 September 1635He was admitted as a Freeman on 2 September 1635 at Massachusetts.3,8 
between 26 October 1642 and 21 May 1644He owned real estate as described one and a quarter acre in the east field, sizx and a half acres in Kingoakhill, fifteen acres near the mill and thirty acres in the greta lots between 26 October 1642 and 21 May 1644 at Weymouth, Norfolk (then Suffolk) Co., MassachusettsG.9 
3 April 1651He left a will on 3 April 1651.10 
Death*between 3 April 1651 and 25 June 1672He died between 3 April 1651 and 25 June 1672 at MassachusettsG.1 
Probate*25 June 1672His estate was probated on 25 June 1672 at MassachusettsG.10 
ChartsAncestors of William D. Lewis (#1)
Ancestors of William D. Lewis (#2)

Citations

  1. [S166] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England (Boston, Mass.: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995-2011), IV:352-4, after date of will, before deed reference to "widow Lovell".
  2. [S166] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, III:350-5.
  3. [S166] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, IV:352-4.
  4. [S166] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, IV:352-4, age 35 in ship manifest of 1635.
  5. [S166] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, IV:352-4, "on the Marygould"; this source gives the date of the passenger manifest as 20 March 1634/5; Hotten Original Lists of Persons of Quality transcribes the manifest [of an unnamed ship] out of "Waymouth ye 20th of March 1635" with a footnote "[Really 1635/6]". See GMN 7:1 & 2 for further research on this sailing.
  6. [S810] John Camden Hotten, editor, The Original Lists of Persons of Quality (London and New York: John Camden Hotten; reprinted Empire State Book Co., 1874), pp. 283-6, unnamed ship from "Waymouth ye 20th of March 1635" footnoted "[Really 1635/6]". See GMN 7:1 & 2 for research identifying this ship as the Marygould (Mary Gould in other sources). This is the ship of "The Hull Company".
    "74 ROBERT LOVELL husbandman aged 40 Year
    75 ELIZABETH LOVELL his Wife aged 35 year
    76 ZACHEUS LOVELL his sonne 15 yeares
    78 ANNE LOVELL his daughtr: aged 16 yeare
    79 JOHN LOVELL his sonne aged 8 yeare
    ELLYN his daughf aged ... i yeare
    80 JAMES his sonne aged i yeare
    81 JOSEPH CHICKIN his servant 16 year"
    fn "There is no No. 77; but it will be observed that two lines below there is a name without a number."
  7. [S919] Great Migration Newsletter (Boston, MA: Great Migration Study Project), 7: 1 & 2, "Passenger Ships of 1635". "One of the most interesting arrivals of 1635 was the unnamed vessel frm Weymouth in Dorsetshire. The list is date "the 20th of March 1635," which has been interpreted as 20 March 1635/6 by both Hotten and Coldham....Convincing evidence, however, shows that this vessel must have sailed in the spring of 1635." The writer goes on to identify the lead passenger as Joseph Hull, "a Minister" [Hall in Hotten], the leader of the Hull Company, who with other passengers on this manifest was admitted freeman of Masschusetts Bay Colony on 2 Sep 1635. The writer says that it is possible that the ship is one that arrived 5 May 1635 as claimed by Banks and others though also may not have arrived until early June.. Hereinafter cited as Great Migration Newsletter.
  8. [S601] Nathaniel B. Shurtleff, editor, Records of the Governor and Company of the Massachusetts Bay in New England (Boston: Press of William White, 1853, 1854), I:371 "Robte Lovell", Sept. 2, 1635.
  9. [S921] Gilbert Nash, compiler, Historical Sketch of the Town of Weymouth, Massachusetts, From 1622 to 1684 (Weymouth, Mass.: Weymouth Historical Society, 1885), p. 276: "The Land of Robert Louell. On acre and a quarter in the west ffielfd first giuen to him the land of Thomas Doget on the west of the streete on the East walter Harrises land on the north John Hardinges on the south
    Six acres and halfe in Kingoakhell first giuen to himselfe the highwaies on the East and west Thomas Dyers land on the north Highes Roes on the south
    ffifteen acres neare the mill bounded on the East with Hingam boundes on the west with mill Riuer mr Jeffries land on the north Steephen ffrenches on the south
    Thirtie acres in the great lottes the pond on the East the comon on the west Thomas Dogetes land on the north Edmond Hartes on the south."
  10. [S166] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, IV:352-4, mentions wife, son John, son James, son-in-law Andrew Ford and his eldest and youngest sons, John Lovell's son.