The Lovell family arrived from Weymouth, England. Below are partial references to Eleanor Lovell and her husband Andrew Ford which can be read in much more detail on-line. Another of her parents Robert and Elizabeth. Check on-line for more sources.
The New York genealogical and biographical record, Volume 53; By New York Genealogical and Biographical Society p 170
" Andrew Ford of Weymouth Mass
1. Andrew Foord was an early settler of Weymouth Mass where he was made freeman in 1654 he was also made freeman in Duxbury Mass that same year. He m about 1649 Eleanor Lovell (dau of Robert and Elizabeth Lovell) b 1634 d March 4 1692 Hingham Mass. Robert Lovell and his wife sailed from England March 20 1635-6, their dau being called Ellyn on the passenger list; she m. Andrew Foord under the name of Elleans, her name being given as Eleanor on the records of deeds in Plymouth Mass. In 1651 the will of Robert Lovell was probated in it he mentions his son- in- law Andrew Foord and Andrew's eldest son and youngest child thus indicating that Andrew had at least two children at that time and possibly three. Of the thirteen children of Andrew Foord the births of three are not recorded on the Weymouth Vital Statistics, namely Andrew, Mary, and James and it is possible to suppose that they were born previous to or near the year 1651. "
History of Weymouth Massachusetts in four Volumes, Vol 2, 1923
"Robert Lovell, a husbandman, aged 40, Elizabeth his wife, aged 35, Zaccheus his son, aged 15, Anne his daughter, aged 16, John his son, aged 8, Ellen his daughter, aged 1 year, James his son aged 1 year and Joseph Chickin, his servant, aged 16 years, sailed from Weymouth, in Dorset, on or near 20 Mar. 1634-35, and arrived at Dorchester 7 June, 1635. He was a member of Rev. Joseph Hull's Company, and with the company removed to Weymouth that year. He was made a freeman of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, 2 Sep. 1635. he died at Weymouth shortly before 25 June, 1672. Robert Lovell of Weymouth, 'being sicke & weake,' made his will 3 Apr. 1652, and it was probated 25 June, 1672. to his wife he gave the use of his dwelling house and land 'all the time of her Widow hood' and then to his son John 'after my Wives Widowhood,' and four acres that was Carpenters, and three acres bought of Hart, and half the meadow bought of Smith, and half the meadow bought of Hollbrook, and my lot by the Mill, eighteen acres. To son James his great lot of 36 acres and other half of lots given to son John. to his son-in-law Andrew Ford, one heifer. To Ford's eldest son one heifer and to his youngest son one calf. To John Lovell's son my yearling bull. Wife executrix. Witness: Tho: Dyer, Tho: Bayley. Thomas Bayley made oath to it, 25 June, 1672."