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006    LOVELACE FAMILY

      Location - in the Price community near the Virginia border, off Spencer Rd. and Martinsville Loop. GPS location is approximate.

      Coordinates: 36d 32m 24.4s N; 79d 55m 02.0s W Click here for Google maps

      Survey by Gary Wayne Lovelace.


  1. Lovelace, Corinna S. Draper   (b. 25 Sep 1878 - d. 11 Oct 1936)
      • Wife of Thomas George Lovelace. Daughter of Peter D Draper and Mary L Nunn
  2. Lovelace, Drury   (b. 6 Mar 1889 - d. 1914)
      • Son of Joseph and Lillian Lovelace
  3. Lovelace, Florence Etta Draper   (b. May 1885 - d. 29 May 1928)
      • Wife of John William Lovelace. Daughter of Peter D Draper and Mary L Nunn
  4. Lovelace, John William   (b. 1880 - d. 25 Mar 1932)
      • Husband of Florence Etta Draper Lovelace. Son of Joseph and Lillian Lovelace
  5. Lovelace, Joseph George   (b. Dec 1859 - d. 1910)
      • Husband of Lillian M. Harris Lovelace. Son of John W and Martha A Lovelace
  6. Lovelace, Lillian M. Harris   (b. Apr 1865 - d. Jun 1900)
      • Wife of Joseph George Lovelace. Daughter of Charles W and Cynthia Harris
  7. Lovelace, Thomas George   (b. 27 Mar 1884 - d. 15 Jan 1952)
      • Husband of Corinna S. Draper Lovelace. Son of Joseph and Lillian Lovelace


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