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Re: Buxton Lawn 18th C. England.
Posted by: Sheila Mitchell Date: April 05, 2000 at 11:05:38
In Reply to: Re: Buxton Lawn 18th C. England. by Shelley Morgan of 71

I will e mail you separately but in the meantime. Buxton Lawn was probably named Buxton because the original estate where he grew up had been built by ?Sir John Buxton. Buxton's parents were John and Mary Lawn nee Curtis. They lived on the estate of Sir William Wyndham who was ADC to the Duke of Cumberland. Sharon is the daughter of Ruth Conerly, the artist who immortalized Col. William Travis at the Alamo.


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