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Re: Lawhorns from VA
Posted by: Jamie Costa (ID *****6781) Date: September 12, 2010 at 21:04:47
In Reply to: Re: Lawhorns from VA by Vina Lawhorn Crawford of 799

Hi, I come from the Lawhorne family, that's Lawhorne with an "e" at the end. My grandfather is Richard Vernon Lawhorne, born in Richmond, Va and moved to Massachusetts and has lost touch with his family. He has or had a bunch of brothers and sisters the names of which I am uncertain. I'm just looking for my Lawhorne family, the name Lewis Emmett sounded familiar to me (at one point some long lost relative sent us a family tree, I don't know where it is now). Do you have any idea if I could be from this Lawhorne line? Do you know of any Lawhornes (with an "e" at the end). This may seem a bit unrelated to this thread, but the name Lewis Emmett sounds very familiar and I thought maybe he could be one of my ancestors.
Also, at some point down the line in my family (as I found out from the family tree) a Lawhorne (with an "e") married a Lawhorn (no "e") in my family, if that helps any. Any info would be appreciated.

A few names of ancestors in my family tree that I do remember are Elsie May Lawhorne and an Ollie (Lawhorne?)

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