Guild of One-Name Studies
One-name studies, Genealogy
From the 1881 census the distribution is as follows:
Laverick - Durham 560, Northumberland 178, North Yorks 145, East & West Yorks 110, other counties 91
Laverack - Yorkshire (all ridings) 241, Middlesex 11, other counties 21
Laverock - Fife 31, counties on either side of Fife 27, Lancashire 17, Middlesex 11, others 21
Loverock - Staffordshire 37, Warwickshire 32, Derbyshire 10, Worcestershire 3, others 2
Leverick - Suffolk 13, Surrey 10, other 5
Liverick - Norfolk 11, Suffolk 8, Cumberland 6, others 4
As many as possible of all the variants and misspellings have been recorded from the General Register Office for England and Wales, including military and overseas records, since 1837. This data can be found on the Guild Web Site
Probate entries have been recorded from the dioceses of York, Lichfield, Chester, the Prerogative Court of Canterbury and elsewhere since records began until 1858, when the probate records for England and Wales were centralised. After that date all references to all know spellings are being recorded.
There is an ever growing collection of records from various sources including censuses from 1841 to 1901 and parish registers. Many trees have been developed from submissions by and in cooperation with other researchers.
Please join the Loverock and variants DNA project at www.familytreedna.com/public/Loverock if you are a direct line male descendant. Sorry ladies, we do not carry a copy of the Y-chromosome.
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