On this page, you’ll find details about Lowcock Genealogy and Lowcock Family History. As well notable historic figures that had the Lowcock surname.
I started researching the Lowcock surname because, being candid, it’s not that common or famous, so there’s no easy to find facts available. I am by no means an expert, more a very amateur enthusiast. I do occasionally (like once or twice a year) play around on Ancestry.com but that’s about it.
I update the pages as I learn more information, so please bookmark this page and come back for the latest findings (or get notified of pages updates using VisualPing). You are also welcome to link to this page from your own website, blog, Facebook page, etc. If you’re interested, this page was Last updated: January 14, 2019 at 17:41 pm
If you are looking to research Lowcock genealogy, the Lowcock family name, Lowcock family history, or just Lowcock history please read the content on these pages. From my research, the only direct relationship to me I have found is Henry Lowcock, the inventor of the Lowcock Plough. All of the Lowcock Family Tree History research and relationship to me is at the end of the plough page.
It’s possible that there is a family connection between the Lowcock Plough, Fuel Economizer and Lowcock Razor – you can read my family tree research notes here. I am absolutely not saying there is a connection, it’s very speculative.
If you’re in a real hurry and just want to see photos of what I found, check out the Lowcock Genealogy Pinterest page.
Lowcock Name Meaning / Lowcock Surname Origin
The Lowcock surname is of English-Welsh Origin according to “A Dictionary of English and Welsh Surnames: With Special American Instances” (1901) – thanks to Google Books. Screenshot of the relevant section below.
The key text, which gives the origin of the Lowcock surname, is transcribed below:
Luccock Lucock Lowcock Bapt the son of Luke with suffix cock Lukecock popularly Luccock v Cock Bapt ‘the son of Lawrence’ a variant of Lowcock
Lowcock: UK 1800-1900s
If you’re interested in historical people, inventions, products and things associated with the Lowcock name, you’re in the right place. The below list is for those with the Lowcock surname living in the UK between 1800-1900. There is some more detail for the family behind the Lowcock Plough, as I am related and I tracked their migration to Australia.
- Lowcock Plough: a type of turnwrest plough, invented by Henry Lowcock (relation)
- Lowcock’s Lemonade: a soft drink brand (no relation)
- Lowcock Fuel Economiser: for fuel efficiency in steam engines (no relation)
- Lowcock Razor: a straight razor, made by George Lowcock (unknown relationship)
Each of the above Lowcock family members come from a different part of the UK. I put together a handy map for some context.
Reminder: It’s possible that there is a family connection between the Lowcock Plough, Fuel Economizer and Lowcock Razor – you can read my notes here.
Lowcock Military Service / War Memorial
I am building out memorial pages for Lowcock family members with military service, if you’re interested please visit the Lowcock War Memorial page.
If you are a genealogy or family history buff, and an expert on Lowcock genealogy, keep in mind that I am not an expert and if you know anything different – please let me know. Also, if your surname is Lowcock, please link to this page so that more people can be aware of Lowcock family history.
Lowcock Family History
If you are researching Lowcock Family History and can help – visit the help needed page. If you want to understand the distribution of the Lowcock surname in the UK, visit the Lowcock map page. Just interested in the images and photos? Visit the Lowcock Genealogy Pinterest page.
If you can help with details or research on Lowcock family member or Lowcock brand, product or invention visit the Lowcock Family History – Help Needed page.
About Me (Joshua Lowcock)
I don’t claim to be famous or important, but if you are interested in me I do hold US Patent 20060101492, Mobile Television Reminder Alert. In answer to your unspoken question, no I am not rich and did not make money from it. Although it has been referenced by the likes of AT&T, Sprint, Research in Motion (aka Blackberry), Qualcomm, Warner Bros and others.
Mike McColl-Jones, an Australian comedy writer, was kind enough to thank me in a book he wrote about Australian TV personality and comedian Graham Kennedy AO. I had the good fortune to work for a television broadcaster for a few years, which is where I met Mike.
In my professional life, I am occasionally quoted or mentioned in media and I am on the Advisory Board of Rutgers University Big Data Certificate program and Vidcon. My family and I currently live in New York.