Henry B. LAWSON (nearest neighbor of John MEREDITH who lived near Kilmarnock) died "suddenly" shortly before Dec 6, 1832.
Spencer GEORGE (a neighbor of John MEREDITH who lived near Kilmanock) died "suddenly" shortly before Dec. 6, 1832. GEORGE was married to a daughter of Capt. LAWSON.
There was a cholera outbreak in Lancaster County in 1832 and MEREDITH speculated they may have died of cholera.
Anne Steptoe (nee BRENT), widow of John MEREDITH, died in early February 1835 leaving a young son William MEREDITH and stepchildren Margaret and Thomas MEREDITH.
William PULLEN/PULLIN's wife died shortly before March 9, 1849. PULLEN was living in Lancaster County in 1840.
The above information was found in Meredith family letters contained in the Thomas Meredith Papers at the Maryland Historical Society.
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