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Re: Kennedy's in Williamson County
Posted by: Mary Lawrence (ID *****9548) Date: June 19, 2004 at 07:02:35
In Reply to: Re: Kennedy's in Williamson County by Rick Gray of 1168

Rick: Thanks so much for your reply. It is a nice surprise that I heard from you exactly at this time. This Thursday I heard from a wonderful man with the Tennessee Conference for the Methodist Church and he gave me a lot of what I was looking for on A. F. Lawrence. His name is Abraham Franklin Lawrence, as you show, born Sept 19, 1824 and died Jan 16, 1873. He married Margaret E Rozell Jan 21, 1861. She died Sept 1867. Ann Bell Marshall was his 3rd wife. She was born Dec 16, 1844 and did Mar 6, 1902. He and Ann are buried in the Resthaven Cemetery in Franklin, Tn. We went to that cemetery yesterday, Friday, and easily found the grave and took several pictures. The joint headstone is relatively new and in excellent shape. The headstone next to their's is for his daughter Lizzie P. Lawrence by his 2nd wife Henrietta Palmyra Pope. Her nickname was Pallie - short for Palmyra. We are waiting for some information to be mailed to us from the same man who gave us the above and we will see what else we can find out. There are several Marshall families buried in the Mt. Hope cemetery just across Hillsboro pike from the Resthaven cemetery in Franklin. Thanks again and please let me know if I can help you any. Mary

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