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Re: G.A. Lawrence, Sarah Wyatt Lawrence, D.C. Lawrence bits and pieces
Posted by: Leslie Campbell (ID *****1947) Date: March 25, 2010 at 18:56:01
In Reply to: Re: G.A. Lawrence, Sarah Wyatt Lawrence, D.C. Lawrence bits and pieces by Andrea of 761

You are an angel!!!!I had found several things for GA, but as of yet had not found the grave or a grave of Sarah. It may however be another line of Lawrences which seem to have taken a similar path, but her name was Sarah F. Hampton and her husband was a physician named G.D.W.Lawrence. My GA was only a poor farmer. I do have the pension stuff. I thank you for finding Emma and Wilber further. Especially the death certificate for Emma listing Sarah. She has been especially difficult to find since I think that she died before 1900 and the kids went to live which their grandparents.I do know about William James,however the other kids in the family tree of the Ancestry member are of the other line of Lawrences, but cannot find a D.C. anywhere. I will try to look in the cemetary where Emma is buried, but it seems strange that I can find no other mention of him anywhere in Texas. Again, Thank you and if you have any other leads please let me know. Leslie

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