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History of the Lawrence family in England, Virginia and North Carolina

Kenan Barrett Lawrence

History of the Lawrence family in England, Virginia and North Carolina

with historical sketches and genealogical outlines of the Lawrence family in Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York and South Carolina, also including genealogical records of other families converging with the Lawrence family of Virginia-North Carolina, Vaughan with Lawrence 1805, Rea with Lawrence 1836, Jordan with Darden 1825, Darden with Pruden 1844, Pruden with Lawrence 1870, Moorman with Lawrence 1901

by Kenan Barrett Lawrence

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Published by [s.n.] in Bristol, Va .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[Kenan B. Lawrence].
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 85/9552 (C)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination2 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2653789M
LC Control Number85236752

The following is from a paper read at the Lawrence Family Reunion in Granville County North Carolina on July 4, We think it was written by Elizabeth Mary Floyd of Oxford North Carolina. The Lawrence Family really came from Normandy in France, but settled in England after the Norman invasion, carrying with them their Norman traditions and. [S79] Kenan Lawrence, Manuscript, History of The Lawrence Family in England, Virginia, and North Carolina with Historical Sketches and Genealogical Outlines of The Lawrence Family in Connecticut, Maryland and South Carolina, 9 July , Lawrence Genealogical Notes #, Virginia State Archives, E. Broad Street, Richmond, Virginia.

The original European settlers came in the early 17th century from the midland and southern counties of England.[1] They first settled in Virginia's tidewater (coastal plain). Many colonists had connections to Barbados.[2] The earliest Africans to Barbados was in Starting in , large numbers of Africans were captured and brought as slaves to Barbados. The following ancestors have been documented to have been resident, prior to 12 July , in the portion of the Province of Carolina which became North Carolina. This list constitutes only those ancestors represented in the Order; additional ancestors continue to be proven, documented and added to our rolls. "Trader" Joseph Evans III.

Smith Family History Smith Genealogy & History. Smith genealogy is one of the longest in the English-speaking world, dating back at least to the tenth-century record of one Ecceard Smith in County Durham, England. It is the most common surname in the United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom, there being over three million Smiths in the. On 22 Oct , land records in Surry County, North Carolina, lists sale of land by Joseph Pennington to Samuel Pennington, with John Martindale as witness. According to family histories, the family of Joseph and Grace Pennington moved from Surry County, North Carolina to Lawrence County, Indiana.


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History of the Lawrence family in England, Virginia and North Carolina by Kenan Barrett Lawrence Download PDF EPUB FB2

Genealogy of a southern Lawrence family and other related families primarily in. North Carolina Tennessee Virginia. Site Contents. The primary focus of this site is the ancestry and descendants of Robert Lawrence immigrant to Isle of Wight County, Virginia circawho was the son of Sir John Lawrence, Baronet, of London.

History of the Lawrence Family in England, Virginia and North Carolina Kenan Barrett Lawrence, Bristol, VA: K. Lawrence [US Library of Congress Microfilm # 85/], The Lawrence Family Letters, at Willow Bank, Flushing, New York, Compiled by John Hooper Tennent IV and Marjorie Beverly Tennent.

Proud Members of the Braswell Family: Allied Families of Richard and Penelope Blow Braswell of Wayne County, North Carolina and Rev. Robert Braswell of London, England Who Immigrated to Isle of Wight, Virginia; Also Descendants from Anson and Union Counties, North Carolina.

Chesterfield, South Carolina: South Carolina Genealogical Society. "The First Peelle Family in America" "A Multi-Volume Book Set" Table of Contents.

The first book of "The First Peelle Family In America" will be two sets, one for History-Genealogy and another for Genealogy. The first book known as "Peele Chronicles" was printed on 15 December It is possible that the Genealogy book will be two volumes due to its large size.

Adam Lawrence Guilford, North Carolina, United States - 16 Jun managed by Anne Creighton John Lawrence Paddington, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom - Jul managed by Gary Clough Alice Simkins (Lawrence) Hughes 02 Jan Harrow Weald, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom - 06 Jul managed by Kathleen Lennon.

Genealogy of the ancestry and posterity of Isaac Lawrence, and centennial meeting of his descendants, Nov. 27, p. [] Old (#2) Andrew’s birth was recorded in April of in his grandfather’s will in Mecklenburg, North Carolina. (Will book B, Virginia and North Carolina book 52 to 54).

David Miller was a commissioner designated to found the city of Kingston at South West Fort at South West Point in Tennessee. He was Avery Vann Miller’s Grandfather. Avery Vann Miller, b. December. William Burch married Mary Lawrence beforeeither in Virginia or North Carolina.

I have no source documentation for her maiden name, however, several Burch researchers list her this way. There were members of the Lawrence family in Surry Co, NC associated with the Burch's there, so this could easily be correct. This makes the family genealogy research very difficult unless one know's their own family genealogy.

Situations with no Allowances: The National Daughter's of The American Revolution. Even though one know their blood-line in the Carlock Family, this organization will not accept one's family genealogy unless they can find Loop-Holes such as Reviews: 1.

Sarah was born about in Virginia and died in North Carolina. John was born in in Virginia. James was born on May 1,in Virginia and died on October 8,in Tennessee at age Roderick was born about in Virginia. He had a relationship with Mary Franklin. He died in in North Carolina about age The first Henry Robason (that we are sure about) was born in England incame to America, and lived in the Chesapeake Area of Virginia for a few years.

He then moved to the area. (He served as a member of the Tyrrell County Militia inand enlisted as a musician (drummer) in Dawson's Company of the 7th N.C. Continental Line in ). Essex County Virginia Wills, Inventories and Settlements of Estates No. Will of John Taliaferro of the Parish of St.

Mary's in Essex County, Gent., dated 1 June Unto my son Lawrence the plantation he now liveth together with the land thereto belonging. Also three Negros Cain, Grace and Beck now in his possession.

William Whitfield II () — Member of the North Carolina General Assembly from Dobbs County ( - ). In he was a member of Governor Richard Caswell's Council, and a Justice of Peace for Johnston County, North Carolina.

Captain of the 6th Virginia Regiment during the American Revolutionary War. William Whitfield III () — Fought in the Battle of Current region: United States. An American Family History is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to As an Amazon Associate, I.

Family Lineage of John Lawrence and Descendants of New England and Carteret County, North Carolina: Edition; includes sources and name index (Genealogy Lineage Charts by Dawn Boyer, Ph.D.) [Dawn D. Boyer Ph.D.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Family Lineage of John Lawrence and Descendants of New England and Carteret County.

Eldridge Prince North Carolina, United States - 22 Apr managed by C Langdale last edited 24 Nov Isom Prince Virginia - aft managed by Jessica Martin Edward Joseph Prince Jr abt Surry, Virginia - abt 16 Oct managed by Stephanie Ross.

The history of North Carolina from prehistory to the present covers the experiences of the people who have lived in the territory that now comprises the U.S. state of North Carolina. Before CE, residents were building earthwork mounds, which were used for cooking and religious ding peoples, including those of the ancient Mississippian culture established Continental Army, North Carolina Line: 1st North.

This book tells all about my family in Virginia and who I am related. Senator John Warner and Queen Elizabeth is related to this family and so am I.

I also have a family book of everyone of the Early keep family records in tact/5(5). The Lawrence family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Lawrence families were found in the USA in In there were Lawrence families living in New York.

This was about 27% of all the recorded Lawrence's in the USA. New York had the highest population of Lawrence families in Ina group of settlers from England arrived at Roanoke Island, which is off the coast of North Carolina.

The governor of the colony, John White, decided to return to England Author: Phil Mutz. The DAVENPORT Surname DNA Project was established to create a growing database of DNA profiles of male Davenport descendants to aid in genealogical research. DNA analysis can assist in supporting or refuting the premise that two or more participants descend from a .There is a story in the family that, after the proscription of the McGregors in Scotland in the 17th century, when their name and tartan were forbidden, a number took the names White, Brown, Green to avoid association with other clans.

The McGregor clan is undertaking a DNA profiling exercise to see which Whites are descendants of the Clan.: White Recorded as White, Wight. history and origin The Allen and Allan surname derives from aluinn, meaning fair or handsome.

It also derives from the Gaelic and Breton personal name of the pre-Christian era Ailin which loosely translates as Little rock, although it may also mean harmony.

The Allan surname spelled with an "a" is generally considered to be associated with Scottish clans, including Clan Donald, Clan .