Grandparents in Canada have a right to know the names of their grandchildren. Therefore we will only provide information about children to their grandparents. Any grandparent requesting information needs to identify themselves, their parents, and grandparents. If we are satisfied with the identity of the requesting person, we may supply the data. However we reserve the right to refuse any request, or to ask for further information
John Loveland and Ann King were married February 13, 1837. To the best of our knowledge they came from the central part of England. Eventually the family emigrated to Canada and settled in the Eastern Townships of Quebec.
Although there are not many Lovelands in Canada, they claim they make up for it in quality. For the most part they were farmers or factory workers. The thing they shared in common was their ability to work hard.
Data has been gathered mainly from family records handed down. Full credit must be given to late Pearl Livingstone of Leduc Alberta for her research in taking the family back several generation in England. The work continues.
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This web site produced 6 April 2012 by Personal Ancestral File, a product of
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.