Lovering, Richard

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Descendants of :

Richard (Dick) LOVERING

Generation 1

1. Richard (Dick) LOVERING was born 24 Jan 1884 in Kapunda, SA, son of George Richard LOVERING and Matilda Jane TREBILCOCK and died 12 Feb 1944 in Kingscote, Kangaroo Island, SA. He married Alice Jane (Jane) BUICK 01 Dec 1908 in Kangaroo Head, Kangaroo Island, SA. She was born 25 Aug 1881 in Hog Bay, Kangaroo Island, SA, and died 29 Mar 1960 in Malvern, SA, daughter of David Weir BUICK and Henrietta HACKNEY.

Other events in the life of Richard (Dick) LOVERING

Burial: in Kingscote Cemetery, Kangaroo Island, SA

Electoral roll: BET 1939 & 1943 in Kingscote, Kangaroo Island

Children of Richard (Dick) LOVERING and Alice Jane (Jane) BUICK:

i. Lilly LOVERING was born 22 Sep 1909 in Kingscote, Kangaroo Island, SA and died 15 Feb 1910 in Brownlow, Kangaroo island, SA

ii. 2. Archibald George (Arch) LOVERING was born 15 Apr 1911 in Brownlow, Kangaroo Island, SA and died 07 Jan 1987 in Kangaroo Island, SA

iii. 3. Leslie Herbert (Pud) LOVERING was born 01 Mar 1913 in Brownlow, Kangaroo Island, SA and died 21 Sep 1990

Generation 2

2. Archibald George (Arch) LOVERING was born 15 Apr 1911 in Brownlow, Kangaroo Island, SA and died 07 Jan 1987 in Kangaroo Island, SA. He married Daphne Laurel BALD 23 Nov 1936 in North Unley, SA. She was born 14 Sep 1913 in Semaphore, SA and died 02 Sep 2001, daughter of Herbert William BALD and Lydia STEVENS.

Other events in the life of Archibald George (Arch) LOVERING

Burial: in Kingscote Cemetery, Kangaroo Island, SA

Electoral roll: BET 1939 & 1943 in Kingscote, Kangaroo Island

Children of Archibald George (Arch) LOVERING and Daphne Laurel BALD:

i. Richard John LOVERING. He married Margaret Jillian (Jill) BENNETT.

ii. Garry William LOVERING in Kangaroo Island, SA. He married Gael Ann JEANS

iii. Danny Archibald (Danny) LOVERING. He married Susan Jane ELSEGOOD 02 Aug 1968. She was born ... in Kingscote, Kangaroo Island, SA, daughter of Frederick Charles ELSEGOOD and Elizabeth Dawn (Bette) COLIVER.

3. Leslie Herbert (Pud) LOVERING was born 01 Mar 1913 in Brownlow, Kangaroo Island, SA and died 21 Sep 1990. He married Una Mavis WICKS. She was born 05 Apr 1924 in Alberton, SA and died 05 Jul 2010, daughter of Charles Percival WICKS and Ethel Annie SMART.

Other events in the life of Leslie Herbert (Pud) LOVERING

Burial: in Kingscote, Kangaroo Island, SA

Electoral roll: BET 1939 & 1943 in Kingscote, Kangaroo Island

Last updated : 19 June 2019

OBITUARY.

Residents of the town and district deeply regret the death of Mr Richard Lovering, who passed away at the Kingscote District Hospital on Saturday evening last, February 12th. He had been an inmate of the Hospital for about a fortnight. Few of the residents realised that he was seriously ill and his death came as a great shock to them. His happy nature had won for him a host of friends, and no matter how worried one might be, a chat with Uncle Dick, (as be was affectionately known to his friends) always brightened one up. The late Mr Lovering who was sixty years of age was born at Kapunda, and he came to Kingscote as a youth, his first job being with the late Mr Tom Margrie at the Cygnet River Eucalyptus factory. He worked about the district for some time on various jobs, becoming interested in the Yaoca Gum Industry, and than started at Kingscote as a carrier, later, opening an Ironmongery and Commission business, which be was carrying on up to the time of his death. Although he did not take an active part in district affairs, he was ever willing to help in movements for its advancement and welfare, He married Miss Jane Buick, a daughter of the late Mr and Mrs William Buick of Penneshaw, who survives him, There are two sons— Mr Archie Lowering, Kingscote, and Pte, Leslie Lovering, A.I F.. and two grand children. The funeral took place at the Kingscote cemetery on Sunday afternoon, in the presence of a large circle of relatives and friends, Messrs J, Peterson, M, B. Chapman, D. H. Shepherd, A. A. Tiggemann, N. J. Ruthven and L. Cook, members of ibe Kingscote Lodge, R.A.O. B., (of which the deceased was an active member until recently) acted as bearers. The Rev. T. P. Wood officiated at the graveside, and at the conclusion of the service, addressed the gathering. alluding to the respect and regard all bad felt for their departed friend owing to his kindly nature, and in concluding expressed a hope that soon, tolerance will take the place of intolerance and suspicion in the International sphere and also in our own individual lives.

OBITUARY. (1944, February 18). The Kangaroo Island Courier (Kingscote, SA : 1907 - 1951), p. 2. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article191424891