Lovering - Lovrien - Loverin - Loveren

Over 4000 descendants of John Lovering (ca. 1620-1668), emigrant from England to New Hampshire.


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Origin of our Name

Where does the name Lovering and its variations come from?

Our Emigrant Ancestor

John Lovering sailed from England to New Hampshire around 1654. Read his story.


A Revolutionary Soldier

Samuel Lovrien (1754-1829) fought in the American Revolution. Read his story.


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Lovering Cemetery, Raymond, NH

The Lovering Cemetery in Raymond, New Hampshire is not the serene, bucolic landscape you'd expect from a quaint New England cemetery. It sits at a sharp curve on Chester Road near its intersection with Brown Road. Traffic is pretty brisk and the cemetery entrance is...

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Lovrien Connections to King William’s War

The period between the arrival of the Pilgrims and beginning of the American Revolution gets very little coverage in American History textbooks.  But there's over 150 years of fascinating history - history that shaped the attitudes and character of Americans and sends...

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Lovering Emigration to America

What do we know about the emigration of John Lovering and other Loverings to America? The late William E. (Bill) Lovering, in his unpublished genealogy of both the Boston and New Hampshire Loverings, devoted some effort to connecting our John Lovering (of Dover) and his William Lovering (of Boston) back to their parents in England. Though some information exists, it is far from concrete by genealogical standards.

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