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Re: Lawings of Mecklenburg County
Posted by: Ed Date: April 02, 2000 at 08:45:25
In Reply to: Re: Lawings of Mecklenburg County by Doris Bivens of 246

I agree with everything you said, but...The George Lawing, son of William, is the only George Lawing known to exist at the time other than the George of Natchez. Whereas his movements seem far-reaching, they do correspond to his presence and absence in The Natchez District. My conclusion, therefore is that he is 'probably' the same as he that married Sara Ann Killian. It may be that he came to The Natchez District with the Killians when they moved south in 1782-83. What's your opinion?


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