George Fisher Kornegay

#11976

Relationships4th cousin 5 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence
4th great-grandson of Robert Lawrence
ChartsDescendants of Priscilla Lawrence, married Matthew Whitfield II
FatherWilliam Kornegay [I]
MotherElizabeth Outlaw

Major Life Events

     George Fisher Kornegay married Sarah Glisson.1

Child of George and Sarah Glisson

Citations

  1. [S313] Bob Erwin, "Lawrence/Whitfield e-mail from Bob Erwin," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 27 January 1998.

Sarah Glisson

#11977, b. 24 February 1791, d. 28 April 1859

ChartsDescendants of Priscilla Lawrence, married Matthew Whitfield II

Major Life Events

     Sarah Glisson was born on 24 February 1791.1 She married George Fisher Kornegay, son of William Kornegay [I] and Elizabeth Outlaw.1 Sarah died on 28 April 1859 at age 68.1

Citations

  1. [S313] Bob Erwin, "Lawrence/Whitfield e-mail from Bob Erwin," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 27 January 1998.

Mary Arnold Kornegay

#11978

Relationships5th cousin 4 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence
5th great-granddaughter of Robert Lawrence
ChartsDescendants of Priscilla Lawrence, married Matthew Whitfield II
FatherGeorge Fisher Kornegay
MotherSarah Glisson b. 24 Feb 1791, d. 28 Apr 1859

Major Life Events

     Mary Arnold Kornegay married Joel Herring on 19 March 1835.1

Child of Mary and Joel Herring

Citations

  1. [S313] Bob Erwin, "Lawrence/Whitfield e-mail from Bob Erwin," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 27 January 1998.

Joel Herring

#11979, b. 6 May 1811, d. 20 January 1840

ChartsDescendants of Priscilla Lawrence, married Matthew Whitfield II

Major Life Events

     Joel Herring was born on 6 May 1811.1 He married Mary Arnold Kornegay, daughter of George Fisher Kornegay and Sarah Glisson, on 19 March 1835.1 Joel died on 20 January 1840 at age 28.1

Child of Joel and Mary Arnold Kornegay

Citations

  1. [S313] Bob Erwin, "Lawrence/Whitfield e-mail from Bob Erwin," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 27 January 1998.

Charity Whitfield

#11980

Relationships2nd cousin 7 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence
2nd great-granddaughter of Robert Lawrence
ChartsDescendants of Priscilla Lawrence, married Matthew Whitfield II
FatherWilliam Whitfield [I] b. 1688, d. 1770
MotherElizabeth Goodman b. c 1697, d. c 1773

Major Life Events

     Charity Whitfield married Frederick O'Daniel.1

Child of Charity and Frederick O'Daniel

Citations

  1. [S313] Bob Erwin, "Lawrence/Whitfield e-mail from Bob Erwin," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 27 January 1998.

Frederick O'Daniel

#11981, d. before 1773

ChartsDescendants of Priscilla Lawrence, married Matthew Whitfield II

Major Life Events

     Frederick O'Daniel married Charity Whitfield, daughter of William Whitfield [I] and Elizabeth Goodman.1 Frederick died before 1773.1

Child of Frederick and Charity Whitfield

Citations

  1. [S313] Bob Erwin, "Lawrence/Whitfield e-mail from Bob Erwin," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 27 January 1998.

Owen O'Daniel

#11982, d. 1834

Relationships3rd cousin 6 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence
3rd great-grandson of Robert Lawrence
ChartsDescendants of Priscilla Lawrence, married Matthew Whitfield II
FatherFrederick O'Daniel d. b 1773
MotherCharity Whitfield

Major Life Events

     Owen O'Daniel married Charity Herring on 16 June 1781.1 Owen died in 1834.1

Child of Owen and Charity Herring

Citations

  1. [S313] Bob Erwin, "Lawrence/Whitfield e-mail from Bob Erwin," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 27 January 1998.

Charity Herring

#11983

ChartsDescendants of Priscilla Lawrence, married Matthew Whitfield II

Major Life Events

     Charity Herring married Owen O'Daniel, son of Frederick O'Daniel and Charity Whitfield, on 16 June 1781.1

Child of Charity and Owen O'Daniel

Citations

  1. [S313] Bob Erwin, "Lawrence/Whitfield e-mail from Bob Erwin," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 27 January 1998.

Charlotte O'Daniel

#11984, b. 1783

Relationships4th cousin 5 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence
4th great-granddaughter of Robert Lawrence
ChartsDescendants of Priscilla Lawrence, married Matthew Whitfield II
FatherOwen O'Daniel d. 1834
MotherCharity Herring

Major Life Events

     Charlotte O'Daniel was born in 1783. She married William Kornegay.1

Child of Charlotte and William Kornegay

Citations

  1. [S313] Bob Erwin, "Lawrence/Whitfield e-mail from Bob Erwin," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 27 January 1998.

William Kornegay

#11985

ChartsDescendants of Priscilla Lawrence, married Matthew Whitfield II

Major Life Events

     William Kornegay married Charlotte O'Daniel, daughter of Owen O'Daniel and Charity Herring.1

Child of William and Charlotte O'Daniel

Citations

  1. [S313] Bob Erwin, "Lawrence/Whitfield e-mail from Bob Erwin," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 27 January 1998.

Susanna Larcomb

#11986, b. circa 1690

ChartsRobert Lawrence Descendants
Descendants of Michael Lawrence
FatherUnknown Larcomb
MotherSusanna ? d. b 1754

Major Life Events

     Susanna Larcomb was born circa 1690 in Nansemond Co., Virginia.1 She married Michael Lawrence, son of Henry Lawrence and Elizabeth Edey, circa 1730.2

Children of Susanna and Michael Lawrence

Citations

  1. [S1041] Jessie Macon Lawrence Jr.'s Web Site, online http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/l/a/w/…, 19. Michael Lawrence.
  2. [S509] Fairfield Glade, Tennessee 27 September 1739 Elizabeth (Edey) Lawrence Will.

Thomas Lawrence

#11987, b. circa 1732

Relationships2nd cousin 7 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence
Great-grandson of Robert Lawrence
ChartsDescendants of Michael Lawrence
FatherMichael Lawrence b. c 1676, d. a 1754
MotherSusanna Larcomb b. c 1690

Major Life Events

     Thomas Lawrence was born circa 1732 in Nansemond Co., Virginia.1,2 He married Mourning Lawrence.3

Family of Thomas and Mourning Lawrence

Citations

  1. [S509] Fairfield Glade, Tennessee 27 September 1739 Elizabeth (Edey) Lawrence Will.
  2. [S1704] Lee Gay, "Descendant Report, Descendants of Robert Lawrence," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 5 November 2005.
  3. [S458] Louise Perkins, "Descendants of Lawrence de Lancaster."

John Lawrence

#11988, b. say 1715, d. before 12 January 1796

Relationships3rd cousin 6 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence
2nd great-grandson of Robert Lawrence
ChartsDescendants of John Lawrence
FatherGeorge Lawrence b. s 1690

Major Life Events

     John Lawrence was born say 1715.1 He married Pheribe Darden on 10 January 1793 in Southampton Co., Virginia. There is a Pheribe Darden who married a John Lawrence in Southampton Co. Virginia, 10 January 1793. This may be the Pheribe that was the wife of this John Lawrence. However, if so, she probably was not his first wife nor the mother of his children as John died about 1795, and two of his married daughters were had died by 1795.2,3 John died before 12 January 1796.4

Family of John and Pheribe Darden

Narrative

     The following is a deed between George Lawrence and his son John Lawrence.5
This Indenture made the twenty second day of October Ann Domi 1735 and in the sixt year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Second by the grace of God King of Great Britain France and Ireland Defender of the Faith and between George Lawrance of Nancymond County in Virginia of the one part and John Lawrance of the same County of the other part Witnesseth that the said George Lawrance his self his heirs Exrs: Adms: have for divers good and valuable considerations him thereunto moving and especially for an in consideration ________ do hereby from the acquit and discharge the said John Lawrance his heirs and assigns forever and have given granted bargained and soald and by these presents doe give bargains sell enfeoffed confected Transferred and delivered by turf and twig unto ye the said John Lawrance his heirs and assigns forever all my Right and title of a certain tract of Land containing one hundred akers of land more or less lying and being on the south side of the main Black water being part of a patent of Eight Hundred and thirty akers which patin bairs date the 27th of April 1686 begining at the mouth of the deep branch and running up the said branch to a small branch and running up the small branch to the old Injun parth and along the said parth two the out line and along the said line two the main black water and along the main run to the mouth of the aforesasid deep branch including with all the appertanences thereunto belonging with free privileges to git timber out of the Pocoson for the nessaryise of the plantation he the said John not making any wast or selling the said timber for for his one proper use TO have and held the daid bargoned premises and every part there of together with all rights and privileges and appertenances to the said belonging or in any manner of wise appertaining unto him the said John Lawrance his heirs and assigns forever and I the said George Lawrance doe further covenant promice afirm and agree to and with the said John his heirs and assigns that the said John his heirs and assigns that the said bargons sails and margages and every part and persell there of now is and for evert hereafter shall be stand and remin unto the said John his heirs and assigns free and cleared from all former bargons sails and margages and all manner of incumbrances what soever and that I have at the time of the sealing delivery a good sum and an defesable Estate of Inheritance in ffeen an to the said bargained promises and every part thereof which I doth hear by transfer oblidge my self my heris Exrs: and Administrators to warrant and defend this my sail of all and singular ye promeses to him the said John his heirs and assigns again all and all manner of persons what soever ______ and further I the George Lawrance doe hereby covenant and promice to and with ye said John Lawrance his heirs and assigns that I the said George Lawrance by heirs Executors and administrators shall and will at any hereafter within the pace of seven years at the request of the said John his heirs and assigns make doo and execute any other and further deed or deeds or other wrightings what soever for the beter confirming the title of the above bargoned promises unto the said John his heirs and assigns as the said John his heirs or assigns shall be reasonable Desired or Required where of I the Siad George Lawrance have hereunto set my hand and fixed my seal the day and year above Raten ---

Signed Sealed and delivered George Lawrence (Seal)
in the presence of us
John Butler
/---/
Thomas Core
his mark

At a Court held for Nansimond County October ye 22nd 1735 George Lawrence came into Court and ack. his Deed for Lands etc. to the said John Lawernce with is recorded
Teste Christo Jackson Clk

31 August 1747, Abraham Riddick and John Lawrence Son of George are ordered to Procession all the lands in the bounds No. 13 According to Law.6


     An additional deed between William Lawrence and John Lawrence follows:7
This Indenture made this Thirteenth Day of April in the year of our Lord Christ One Thousand and Seven hundred and Seventy two Between William Lawrance of the County of Nansimond in the Colony of Virginia of the One part and John Lawrance of the Same place known by the Name of John Lawrence son of George of the other part Witnesseth that the Said William Lawrance for in consideration of the Sum of Sixty Pounds good & lawful money of this Colony already in hand paid him by the said John Lawrance the receipt of which Sum the said William doth hereby acknowledge and himself thereof fully and entirely Satisfied Have Barganined Sold Aleined and Enscoffed and by these presents doth Bargain Sell Alein Enscoff and for Ever Confirm unto the said John Lawrance his heirs and Assigns for Ever a Certain parcell of Land lying and being Seituate in the Upper Parish of the County of Nansimond Containing byEsteemation One Hundred and fifty Acres be teh same more or less According the bounds following: Viz beginining at a Pine Standing in the Line of the Said John Lawrance thence along the Said Line to a white oak standing in the old patent of the said John Lawrance thence along the said line to a Pine Standing on Blackwater River Bank thence up the said River the several Courses thereof bounding thereon to a Saplin White Oak on the River Bank thence to a Gum Standing in the deep Branch thence up the said Branch and bounding thereon to a pine (torn) marked trees to a (torn) in the arm of the said Deep Branch (torn) called the Pocoson (torn) Lowerside of the Pocoson & some marked trees to a Cypress (torn) to a gum thence a line of Marked trees on the Lower side of the Pocoson to a white oak standing near the head of a Branch the bounds of a deed granted by George Lawrance the Elder to Henry Lawrance bearing the date November the first Anno Domini One Thousand Six Hundred and Ninety two thence according to the ancient Reputed bounds of that Deed up to the Head Line and so upon the upper side of the Pocoson to a small Branch that crosses a Ridge of Land to a Red Oak thence along a line of Marked trees to the Beginning Pine Together with all Houses Orchards Gardens Woods Water Ways Mines and Minerals and all other Profits and Commodities thereto Belonging on in any wise appertaining with the Reversion and Reversions, Remainder & Remainders Rents Issues and Profits thereof and of every part and parcell thereof. To Have and to Hold the said Bargained premises with the appertainences unto the said John Lawrance his heirs and Assignes for Ever and the Said William Lawrance for himself his heirs doth quit Claim and possession of in and to the Said Bargained Premices and every part and parcell thereof unto the Said John Lawrance his heirs and Assignes for Ever to his and their proper use benefit & schoof for Ever and it is further agreed of by and Between the partes to these presents & hereby Specially Covenanted that all the rights title Interest Claim and Demand wich the said William now hath in the Said Bargained premices shall Immediately to the Said John Lawrance his heirs & assignes for Ever only it is hereby Covenanted and Agreed by the Said partes the heirs and assigns for ever that the said William & (torn) his heirs lawfully begotten shall for Ever have a Liberty in the aforesaid Pocoson (torn) for the use of the plantation of the said William his heirs (torn) thereof only for the uses aforesaid in Witness thereof the Said William Lawrance hadth hereunto set his hand and fixed this seal day and date first above written

Signed Sealed and Delivered William Lawrance (Seal)
In presence of
Nic. Parker Received this thirteenth day of
Lemuel Godwin April 1772 from John Lawrance
Lemuel Riddick Sixty Pounds
William Lawrance

At Court held in Nansemond County April 13 1772 this deed and receipt from William Lawrance to John Lawrance (torn) by the said William (torn)
(Signed) (torn)


     The above deed leads me to believe that this William Lawrence probably is either the son or grandson of Henry Lawrence, son of George Lawrence.

     Another deed, following, also helps to distinguish some of the family relationships and particular delineate between John son of George and John son of Michael.8
Articles of agreement indented and made this seventh day of November in the year of our Lord Christ, one thousand seven hundred seventy-two by betwixt and amongst Bengemon Baker and John Lawrence son of Michael & John Lawrance son of George, Lemuel Lawrence William Lawrance all of the upper parish of Nansemond County witnesseth that whereas the said Bengemon Baker under a purchase from John Lawrence the son of Michael and the said John and Lemuel from under a purchase from William Lawrance and also a patent granted to Lemuel Lawrance date sixth of February one thousand seven hundred and seventy one, ______ bounds of lands granted by patent to George Lawrance dated the 27 APril Anno Domini one thousand six hundre eighty-six for eight hundred thirty acres of land and in order to ascertain and to establish the bounds of each party they have mutually agreed and laid off for the said Bengemon Baker 232 acres of the said land be there more or less in the said bounds to wit beginnig at the two white oak saplings standing at the head of a small branch at the lower side of the pocoson by the main road thence running north 85 degrees east by a line of marked trees up in the pocoson to a stake thence by a line of marked trees through the pocoson to a marked red oad and white oak standing by a small branch that crosses a ridge of land the branch is the ancient and reputed bounds of the deed granted from George Lawrance the elder to Henry Lawrance and so up the branch to a marked pine thence along a line of marked trees to a red oak standing in Thomas Shivers line thence along the said line and boundary thereon to a white oak standing in Bengemon Baker's line called Colman's old line thence along the said Line and bounding thereon to a white oak in William Lawrance's line thence along the said line west to the Branch first mentioned and thence to the first station, all the land contained in the said boundary, the said John Lawrance Lemuel Lawrance and William Lawrance for and in consideration of his the said Bengemon Baker's purchase as aforesaid as all so for and in, the further consideration of five shillings good and lawful money of the Colony of Va by the said Bengemon Baker to the said John Lawrance and Lemuel Lawrance and William Lawrance in hand paid they the said John Lemuel and William for themselves their and every of their heirs and assigns for ever Doth Release Quit Claim and possession of all right title Privelege of timber and all other profits and commodities which they either of them have unto any part of land with the bounds aforesaid unto the said Bengemon Baker his heirs and assigns for ever and the said Bengemon Baker & John Lawrance son of Michael for and in consideration of the purchase made by the said John and Lemuel as aforesaid and the patent granted unto the said Lemuel also for and in consideration of the sum of five shillings good and lawful money of the Colony of Virginia by the said John Lemuel and William in hand paid the said Bengemond Baker for himself his heirs and assigns forever doth release quit and claim and possession of all right title and priveliege of timber and all other profit and commodities he they said Bergemon and John hath unto any other party of the said land not in the bounds laid off as afore said except a piece of land granted to John and Paul Lawrance by patent as ______ land unto the said John Lemuel and William their and every of their heirs and assigns forever and all and every of the said Bengemon Baker John Lawrance son Michal John Lawance Lemuel Lawrance and William Lawrance severally for themselves their heirs and assigns doth hereby agree to with each other that they will stand to and abide by the division aforesaid and not claim any profit privelege or immunities of in or to any other part of the said land than what is hereby themselves their heirs executors and administrators assigns firmly to the other to stand to and abide by the same in the penal sum of 200 pounds current money and hereunto have set their hands and seals the day and date aforesaid.

Signed sealed
Copy of deed

Bengemon Baker
John Lawrance
John Lawrance
Lemuel Lawrance
William Lawrance.


     John made a will on 27 May 1795 in Nansemond Co., Virginia.

     The will of John Lawrence was recorded Jan. 12, 1796 and appears in The Southside Virginian, Vol. 1, No. 1, p. 27 as follows:4
John Lawrence of Nancymond County being far advance in age.

Wife: Pheribe, all she was possessed of at our marriage. Also one bay mare of her choice, 2 cows and calves, 2 sows and pigs, one feather bed and furniture, 1/4 of my crop of all kinds. Also during her widowhood, land (adjoining Lemuel and Miles Laurence) and use of old warehouse at the landing and 2 rooms in my dwelling house (in the west end with free liberty of the stairs), the kitching, [sic] smoke house, cider house, meal house, and corn crib. Certain furniture and implements (enumerated) 1.4 of my cattle exclusive of work steers, 1/4 of sheep and hogs and the use of 6 negroes; Bob, Mingo, Doll, Hannah, Buck, Rachel. She to pay tax on 250 acres of land.

Son: Lemuel, 5 punds current money, my wareing [sic] apparel, 1 small trunk and his note now in my possession dated April 27, 1789. Negro man Jim for his life and after his death to my grandson Jonas Laurence.

Granddaughters: Mary Moore and Elizabeth Cotton daughters of James Dickinson, decd. 1 negro man Locke and 20 pounds to be equallyl divided.

Granddaughters: Martha Moore wife of Laurence Moore, Abigail Cotton, wife of Lemuel Cotton, and Sarah Powell wife of Charles Powell 10 pounds each.

Legatees: My five grandchildren sons and daughters of my daughter Martha Dickinson and John Dickinson decd. 1 negro man Pierce and a note of mine against John Dickinson date Dec. 5, 1786 to be equally divided.

Niece: Mourning Laurence one bed and furniture.

Granddaughter: Patsey Carr daughter of John Carr decd. 1 negro girl Dianah.

Daughter: Abigail Lee. 1 feather bed and furniture and one third of a note of mine against John Carr dated Jan. 13, 1785 and 1/4 of my cattle. Also 1 negro Rose and her children for life and her death to be equally divided among all her children.

Legatees: The remainder of John Carr's note to my four grandchildren: Laurence John, Dickinson and Patsey Carr chidren of John Carr decd. and wife Abigail.

Legatees: 2560 acres I bought of James Tatum in Davidson County on the Cumberland River and 50 pounds to be equally divided amongst my 5 grandchildren: John and Laurence Dickinson sons of John and Martha and Laurence, John and Dickinson Carr sons of John and Abigail.

Legatees: Remainder of estate to grandson Jonas Laurence under care of his father Lemuel until 21. If he should die without issue the land to my grandson Laurence Carr and the rest of my said estate to my son Lemuel (1/2) and his 3 sisters' living children (1/2).

Executors: Lemuel Laurence and friend Jacob Daughtrey
Witnesses: Elias Daughtrey, Jno Dorlon, Miles Laurence9.

Citations

  1. [S1023] Joseph D. Lawrence Jr., "Lawrence Family of Virginia", page 491.3.
  2. [S1080] Genealogical Society of Utah, Southampton Co., VA Marriage Bonds 1751-1853.
  3. [S4726] Catherine L. Knorb, Southampton Co., VA Marriages 1750-1810, page 70.
  4. [S1023] Joseph D. Lawrence Jr., "Lawrence Family of Virginia", page 492.1.
  5. [S1023] Joseph D. Lawrence Jr., "Lawrence Family of Virginia", pages 491.3-491.4.
  6. [S1076] Wilmer L. Hall, Vestry Book of Upper Parish of Nansemond Co., Virginia, page 25.
  7. [S1023] Joseph D. Lawrence Jr., "Lawrence Family of Virginia", pages 491.5-491.6.
  8. [S1023] Joseph D. Lawrence Jr., "Lawrence Family of Virginia", pages 491.6-491.7.
  9. [S4725] Southside Virginia, October1982, Volume 1, Number 1, page 27.

Sarah Lawrence

#11989

Relationships1st cousin 8 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence
Granddaughter of Robert Lawrence
ChartsRobert Lawrence Descendants
FatherHenry Lawrence d. b 27 Sep 1739
MotherElizabeth Edey d. a 27 Sep 1739

Major Life Events

     Sarah Lawrence married John Parsons.1

Family of Sarah and John Parsons

Citations

  1. [S509] Fairfield Glade, Tennessee 27 September 1739 Elizabeth (Edey) Lawrence Will.

John Parsons

#11990, d. before 27 September 1739

ChartsRobert Lawrence Descendants

Major Life Events

     John Parsons married Sarah Lawrence, daughter of Henry Lawrence and Elizabeth Edey.1 John died before 27 September 1739.1

Family of John and Sarah Lawrence

Citations

  1. [S509] Fairfield Glade, Tennessee 27 September 1739 Elizabeth (Edey) Lawrence Will.

Pleasant Lawrence

#11991

Relationships1st cousin 8 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence
Granddaughter of Robert Lawrence
ChartsRobert Lawrence Descendants
FatherHenry Lawrence d. b 27 Sep 1739
MotherElizabeth Edey d. a 27 Sep 1739

Major Life Events

     Pleasant Lawrence married John Benton.1

Family of Pleasant and John Benton

Citations

  1. [S509] Fairfield Glade, Tennessee 27 September 1739 Elizabeth (Edey) Lawrence Will.

John Benton

#11992

ChartsRobert Lawrence Descendants

Major Life Events

     John Benton married Pleasant Lawrence, daughter of Henry Lawrence and Elizabeth Edey.1

Family of John and Pleasant Lawrence

Citations

  1. [S509] Fairfield Glade, Tennessee 27 September 1739 Elizabeth (Edey) Lawrence Will.

Thomas Page1

#11993, b. 7 October 1703

Relationships2nd cousin 7 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence
Great-grandson of Robert Lawrence
ChartsDescendants of Isabella Lawrence, married Thomas Page
FatherThomas Page b. 2 Nov 1680
MotherIsabella Lawrence b. c 1669

Major Life Events

     Thomas Page was born on 7 October 1703.2

Citations

  1. [S509] Fairfield Glade, Tennessee 27 September 1739 Elizabeth (Edey) Lawrence Will.
  2. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Page Family Tree (Thomas Page, ID: I03080).

Mary Lawrence

#11994

Relationships1st cousin 8 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence
Granddaughter of Robert Lawrence
ChartsRobert Lawrence Descendants
FatherHenry Lawrence d. b 27 Sep 1739
MotherElizabeth Edey d. a 27 Sep 1739

Major Life Events

     Mary Lawrence married Andrew Booth.1

Family of Mary and Andrew Booth

Citations

  1. [S509] Fairfield Glade, Tennessee 27 September 1739 Elizabeth (Edey) Lawrence Will.

Andrew Booth

#11995, d. before 27 September 1739

ChartsRobert Lawrence Descendants

Major Life Events

     Andrew Booth married Mary Lawrence, daughter of Henry Lawrence and Elizabeth Edey.1 Andrew died before 27 September 1739.1

Family of Andrew and Mary Lawrence

Citations

  1. [S509] Fairfield Glade, Tennessee 27 September 1739 Elizabeth (Edey) Lawrence Will.

Martha Lawrence

#11997, b. circa 1684, d. before 1726

Relationships1st cousin 8 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence
Granddaughter of Robert Lawrence
ChartsRobert Lawrence Descendants
Descendants of Martha Lawrence, married Thomas Daughtrey
Descendants of James Daughtrey Jr.
FatherHenry Lawrence d. b 27 Sep 1739
MotherElizabeth Edey d. a 27 Sep 1739

Major Life Events

     Martha Lawrence was born circa 1684 in Nansemond Co., Virginia.1 She married Thomas Daughtrey [Sr.], son of James Daughtrey Jr. and Elizabeth ?, in Virginia.2,3 Martha Lawrence died before 1726 in probably Northampton Co., North Carolina.4

Citations

  1. [S1704] Lee Gay, "Descendant Report, Descendants of Robert Lawrence," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 5 November 2005.
  2. [S509] Fairfield Glade, Tennessee 27 September 1739 Elizabeth (Edey) Lawrence Will.
  3. [S382] Forrest King, GEDCOM, 10 August 1999 Copy in researcher's file.
  4. [S572] Robert Daughtrey, GEDCOM, 14 February 1998 Copy in researcher's file.

Abigail Lawrence

#11998

Relationships1st cousin 8 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence
Granddaughter of Robert Lawrence
ChartsRobert Lawrence Descendants
Descendants of Abigail Lawrence, married Bryant Daughtrey
Descendants of James Daughtrey Jr.
FatherHenry Lawrence d. b 27 Sep 1739
MotherElizabeth Edey d. a 27 Sep 1739

Major Life Events

     Abigail Lawrence married Bryant Daughtrey [Sr.], son of James Daughtrey Jr. and Elizabeth ?.1

Child of Abigail and Bryant Daughtrey [Sr.]

Citations

  1. [S509] Fairfield Glade, Tennessee 27 September 1739 Elizabeth (Edey) Lawrence Will.

Bryan Daughtrey Jr.

#11999, d. before December 1788

Relationships1st cousin 6 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence
Great-grandson of Robert Lawrence
Great-grandson of James Daughtrey [Sr.]
ChartsDescendants of Abigail Lawrence, married Bryant Daughtrey
Descendants of James Daughtrey Jr.
FatherBryant Daughtrey [Sr.]
MotherAbigail Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Bryan Daughtrey Jr. married Rachel ?.1 Bryan died before December 1788.1

Citations

  1. [S165] Margaret M. Hofmann, Northampton County, North Carolina 1759 - 1808 Genealogical Abstracts of Wills, page 71, will of Bryant Daughtry.
  2. [S1956] Marilyn Owen, "Lawrence/Daughtrey family information," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 18 March 2006.

Bathsheba Daughtrey

#12000

Relationships2nd cousin 5 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence
2nd great-granddaughter of Robert Lawrence
2nd great-granddaughter of James Daughtrey [Sr.]
ChartsDescendants of Abigail Lawrence, married Bryant Daughtrey
Descendants of James Daughtrey Jr.
FatherBryan Daughtrey Jr. d. b Dec 1788
MotherRachel ?

Major Life Events

     Bathsheba Daughtrey was born in Northampton Co., North Carolina.1 She married Thomas Sharrock.2

Family of Bathsheba and Thomas Sharrock

Narrative

     On 7 December 1760, Bathsheba and her sister Rachel witnessed the marriage of Thomas Hollowell and Mary Peele.3

Citations

  1. [S382] Forrest King, GEDCOM, 10 August 1999 Copy in researcher's file.
  2. [S1956] Marilyn Owen, "Lawrence/Daughtrey family information," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 18 March 2006.
  3. [S1605] NSDAR North Carolina Society, Abstracts of Northampton Co., NC Records, Marriages from the Rich Square Monthly Meeting Marriage Book.