Jessica Lowndes

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Birth Name: Jessica Suzanne Lowndes

Place of Birth: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Date of Birth: November 8, 1988

Ethnicity: English, Scottish, Irish

Jessica Lowndes is a Canadian actress, singer, and songwriter. She is known for her roles, as Adrianna Tate-Duncan on the series 90210, and in many made-for-tv movies, including A Mother’s Nightmare and Too Close for Christmas.

Jessica has English, Scottish, and Irish ancestry. Several web sites also list her as having German and Ukrainian roots. It is not clear if this is accurate.

Jessica’s paternal grandfather was Sydney Thomas Lowndes (the son of Sydney Thomas Lowndes and Tressa Maria Evelyn/Eva Loney). Jessica’s grandfather Sydney was an ordained minister. Jessica’s great-grandfather Sydney was born in Staffordshire, England, the son of William Lowndes and Harriet/Harriett Emma Green. Tressa was the daughter of Hiram Fauntleroy Loney and Martha Jane Proctor/Procter.

Jessica’s paternal grandmother was Dorene Evelyn Hardie (the daughter of William David Hardie and Violet Edna Trudgeon). William was the son of George Hardie and Charlotte Jones. Violet was the daughter of Edward Norris Trudgeon and Agnes Tweedy Dunn.

Jessica’s maternal grandfather was named Irving Timm.

Jessica’s maternal grandmother was Joyce Wilmina Jones (the daughter of Silas Elliot/Elliott Jones and Ida Lorna/Lorena Hamilton). Silas was the son of John Elliott Jones and Mary Jane Hodgins. Ida was the daughter of James Hamilton and Elizabeth Whelen.

Sources: Genealogy of Jessica’s father –

Obituary of Jessica’s paternal grandfather, Sydney Thomas Lowndes –

Genealogy of Jessica’s paternal grandmother, Dorene Evelyn Hardie (focusing on her own mother’s side) –

Obituary of Jessica’s paternal grandmother, Dorene Evelyn (Hardie) Lowndes –

Obituary of Jessica’s maternal grandmother, Joyce Wilmina (Jones) Timm –

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