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Re: The LAWHEAD family
Posted by: Judith Ann Lamb (ID *****8892) Date: February 03, 2004 at 00:31:51
In Reply to: Re: The LAWHEAD family by Dawn of 93

Hi Dawn: We are cousins!!!!! Thomas Henry Lawhead's sister was Elizabeth Lawhead Carr who married 2nd Michael Jacob Warner. I believe that this Thomas Henry and his sister Elizabeth who was my 2nd greatgrandmother married brother and sister. Michael Jacob and Margaret Warner were I believe the children of John and Mary Elizabeth Freed. Michael Jacob and Elizabeth Lawhead Warner had two children together. This was their second marriages. The children were William and Minerva Jane "Jennie" Warner. Minerva Jane "Jennie" Warner married Edward Miller who was the son of Abraham Miller and Jane Chamberlin Miller. Edward and Jennie Warner were the parents of my grandfather Robert Evan Miller who married Grace Adelle Warner. (Yes, I have Warners on both my maternal and paternal lines!) Robert Evan and Grace Adelle Warner Miller had my mother; Mildred Lucille Miller married 2nd James Harry Lamb; my father. I am searching for this Lawhead ancestry. Please help me if you can. We are most likely 3rd cousins unless it is your husband that is related to the Lawheads! By the way Jane White married the James Lawhead who was killed by thieves in Franklin County, PA. Jane White Lawhead's father was James White, mother was Elizabeth Ross; second wife. James lived in Adams County, PA and is buried in Hunterstown 10 miles north of Gettysburg, PA. This White line is very interesting. I am hoping it hooks up to an Abner White which goes back to the Richard White who came over on the Mayflower. There is much information in the History of Adams County, PA on this family.


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