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Albion and Lydia Lawrence - 1870
Posted by: Donald Nazelrod Date: January 14, 2002 at 18:15:51
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ALBION and LYDIA LAWRENCE - were they in Maine in 1870?

My g-g-grandmother, Lydia McNeil Root, married Albion Lawrence on 9/12/1867, in Clearfield County, PA, after which they disappear, until shortly after 1870 when Lydia married for the third time, to Isaac McKee.
Searching the FHL site, I have found reference to several Albion Lawrences living in Penobscot County, Maine. Have also seen reference to New Brunswickers living in that area. Quite a few New Brunswick loggers came to Clearfield County to work - in fact, two of Lydia's daughters married New Brunswick men, named McTavish and McKendrick.
It is possible that an Albion Lawrence of Maine travelled to Clearfield Co., PA, where he married Lydia, and then returned to Maine, where he died, after which Lydia returned home and remarried.
Would greatly appreciate hearing from anyone with any knowledge of any of these Albion Lawrences, or from anyone who might have an index to the 1870 Census of Maine who would be willing to check for Albion and Lydia's presence there.

Thank you for reading my query and for any help you may be able to provide.


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