Lewcocks (and Lucocks) who served in WW1
Francis James Lewcock and his mother, Amy Elizabeth, are two of the Lewcocks who are remembered on this website.
There are other Lewcocks and Lucocks who served during World War One and they are being gradually added to the Lewcock Community and their Life Stories are being filled out. If anyone who comes across this page would like to be involved in this undertaking, please let me know.
The intention has always been to see how and if the pockets of Lewcocks in Suffolk, Cornwall, Kent, Cumberland, Yorkshire, Surrey, Middlesex and Hampshire are connected to each other and where those in Australia, India and the USA fit in. There are many...
The earliest found Lewcock spelled as such, is William, one of the innkeepers (there were nine others) at Pentrig and Rypley in Derbyshire in 1577. He just beats Joan Lewcock who was buried on 3 August 1584 at Wonersh in Surrey].
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and the occasional SEWCOCK
These early references have been collected from extracted entries on the International Genealogical Index and other online sources. It is not definitive since not all registers have been transcribed.