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Male Isaac Lovelace Click to view Isaac Lovelace in the family tree Click to view Isaac Lovelace in the family tree

Isaac was born about 1742 in Rock Creek, Prince George's County, Maryland.  Isaac's father was John Baptist Lovelace and his mother was Eleanor.  His paternal grandfather was John Lovelace. He had seven brothers and a sister, named Charles, William, Mary, Elias, Luke, Vachel, Archibald and Milly. He had two half-sisters named Sarah and Nancy.  He died on May 4th, 1785 in Rowan County, North Carolina.


Isaac's family with Catherine Beall

‌Isaac and Catherine were married about 1768 in Frederick County, Maryland.  They had three sons and four daughters, named David, James, John, Mahala, Margaret, Eleanor and Nancy.

Sources/Citations
Robert Beall (Bell) "the Scotsman Immigrant" by Frederick Carroll Beall, Lovelace Legacy, Vol. 1, Issue #1 Jul/Aug 1996, Maryland Genealogical Society Bulletin, Winter 1998, Vol. 39 #1 - Lewis Graveyard with Mention of Some Early Settlers Along Fifth Creek, Iredell Co., NC. PP. 89-95, Beall Genealogical News, Vol. III #2, June 1998. P. 430, Lewis Graveyard with Mention of Some Early Settlers Along Fifth Creek, Iredell County NC" written in 1944 by Mary Elinor Lazenby (born 1875) in a booklet maintained in the Michigan Microform Collection (LH110) and published in the Maryland Genealogical Society Bulletin Vol 39 No 1 (Winter 1998), Jack D. Lovelace, Time Line For John Baptist Lovelace and His Children