LOVELACE Family Outline Descent Tree(s) (ODT)
Name formsLovelace, Lovelass, Loveless, Lovelis
The surname Lovelace is derived from the Old English word "laweles," which means "lawless" and is ultimately derived from the Old English word "laghles," which means "outlaw." As a surname, Lovelace came from a nickname for a person who was an outlaw, or was uncontrolled or unrestrained. The Gaelic form of the surname Lovelace is Laighléis.
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|LOVELACE, Francis, Governor [~1621-1675] – English colonial administrator LOVE135 2C8|
|LOVELACE, Richard [1618-1657] – English poet LOVE109 2C8|
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