1621 ca1675
an English Royalist and the second Governor of New York colony. Lovelace lived in Virginia where his sister, Anne Gorsuch, had migrated after marriage, from 1650 until after the colony was seized by the English Parliamentary commissioners in 1652 when the governor, Sir William Berkeley, dispatched him to France to inform Charles II. He returned to England in 1658, the year of Oliver Cromwell's death. In 1659 he was arrested and confined in the Tower of London until after the fall of the Parliamentary government and the restoration of Charles II in 1660.
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12/10/1672-New York Governor Francis Lovelace announces monthly mail service between New York and Boston 
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