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Lanier, Benjamin Wilkes (I2193979130)
Reference: Marriage Records of Winston Cty, MS, Volume 1, October 7, 1834 to March, 1880. Records for May 1875 to November 1875 are not accounted for. 
Family F1041168139
"United States Census, 1900," index and images, FamilySearch ( : accessed 1 January 2015), Laura Brooks in household of Allen H Brooks, Beat 2, Choctaw, Mississippi, United States; citing sheet 11B, family 208, NARA microfilm publication T623, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.; FHL microfilm 1,240,803. 
Family F2616998146
Dennis L. Lawrence Obituary

Date of Birth: Wednesday, August 4th, 1965

Date of Death: Thursday, May 13th, 2004

Funeral Home:Lakeshore Memorial Services, Inc.
11939 James Street
Holland, Michigan, UNITED STATES 49424


Dennis Lawrence, age 38, of Hamilton died Thursday, May 13, 2004 at the Holland Community Hospital.

He was a member of Calvary Baptist Church and was preceded in death by his son Timothy (1988) and his father in law Dale Kuipers.

He is survived by his wife Jamie and children:

Amanda Lawrence
Justin Lawrence
Valerie Lawrence all at home

Virgil Leroy and Pat Lawrence of Hamilton
Mrs. Dale (Sandy) Kuipers of Hamilton

William Van Beek of Holland
Mrs. Henry (Gertrude) Kuipers of Zeeland

Brothers and sisters:
Mark and Jennifer Lawrence of Charlotte NC
Tina and Jack Miedema of Hamilton
Leon Lawrence of Fennville

Brothers and sisters in law:
Lisa and Randy Rapp of Zeeland
Shane and Sherri Kuipers of Hamilton
Sheldon and Pat Kuipers of Thompson Manitoba
Valerie and Darrin VanderArk of Bryon Center

A memorial service will be 4:00PM Saturday, May 15, 2004 at Calvary Baptist Church 517 West 32nd Street in Holland. Pastor Mark D. Vroegop will be officiating. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery.

Visitation will be at Calvary Baptist Church on Saturday from 2-4PM. Memorial contributions may be made to Calvary Baptist Church. Arrangements are by Lakeshore Memorial Services. An on line registry book is available at for those who cannot attend the services.
Lawrence, Dennis Lee (I589533046)
More History on James C. Lawrence.

. . . . . There was a headstone dedication and remembrance at the church adjacent to the Timbo Cemetery on May 22, 1993 and a brass military tombstone from the Veteran?s Administration was cemented into place along with his well worn old tombstone, the original stone wasn?t located until 1985 where it was found half buried in the cemetery. I attended this dedication and would like to thank Bernice Joy Regaldo for her perseverance in ordering and making all the arrangements, she was the Master of Ceremonies and the Rev. Logan Lawrence, of nearby Onia, Arkansas actually made the dedication. Ninety some year old James ?Jimmie? Driftwood from Timbo sang his Grammy winning song, ?The Battle of New Orleans?, he wrote the song many years ago and played an antique guitar and carried a good tune. Both Joy and Logan are descendants of Jimmie and Kizziah Lawrence..

. . . . . James Lawrence served as a Private in the company commanded by Captain Reid, in the regiment of Georgia Militia in the War of 1812. He enlisted at Jasper County, Georgia and the following is his full description at the time of his enlistment: Height about five feet, ten inches; black hair and gray eyes..

. . . . . Jimmie and Kizziah lived in Gwinnett County, Georgia from 1819 to 1833; Chattooga, Georgia from 1833 to 1852; Blue Mountain, Stone County, Arkansas from 1852 to Jimmie?s death in 1862, Kizziah resided between Stone County and Searcy County, Arkansas for the remainder of her life..
Lawrence, James C. "Jimmie" (I1607001151)
6 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Roberson, Sara L (I1606879522)
7 We found a deed where Samuel and Robert sold a piece of land to Adam and Theodore being part of land will to them by there father,William Ross. The deed dated September 14,1812. Also a deed where Theodore sold Adam his share off that land,this deed stated that Theodore now resides in Wilson County,Tennessee.
We lost Theodore, by the 1820 census he had moved. I found a family tree that listed him in it, he had remarried and was now living in Hardin County, Tennessee; and had three more children by his second wife Isabella Kerr,they where married in 1825 
Ross, Theodore A. (I1606838635)
8 Middle Tennessee National Cemetery on Gallatin Road England, Harold McCoy (I00000000000000000002)
9 by Rev John Pickett Family F12970019
10 Francis Marion Lawrence joined the Confederate Army (Co. A, 54 GA Reg.)
on 1 September 1863. He was detailed on 29 February 1864 and captured by
Ferderal Troops at Macon, GA, 20-21 April 1865. He was reported killed almost
two weeks after Lee's Surrender.
He and his wife, Mary, had the following children:
a. George Bennett Lawrence , born 1857 Cherokee County , AL, never married, d.?
b. Martha Lawrence , born 1859 Cherokee County , AL, married 27 May 1880 in
Cherokee County , AL to W. N. MILLER, d.?
c. Albert Sidney Lawrence , born 1861Cherokee County , AL, never married, d.?
d. James Madison Lawrence , born 1863 Cherokee County , AL, He was a physician,
married 12 Jan 1902 to Martha Rebecca SEWELL (1871-1933) in Cherokee
Co., AL. He had four children: Mary Katherine Lawrence , Pauline
Lawrence , James Madison Lawrence , and Rose Lawrence . 
Lawrence, Francis Marion (I1607097725)
11 His brother, Henry B. Bagwell, was killed in action circa 1865.

Reference: Families of Choctaw Cty, MS, Rose Publishing Company, Humbolt, TN

According to the 1850 Federal census enumerated on 10/20/1850 by D. C. Holland:
Henry Bagwell 27 M farmer land valued at $300 AL
Angeline 22 F GA
William 4 M MS
Ermina 2 F MS
Margaret 1 F MS

Terry and Henry lived next to their father Fredrick.

John, along with six of his brothers, served in the Confederate Army during the Civil War. John was a private in Company I, 15th MS Infantry, "Choctaw Guards/Rangers", R.G. Prewitt Company, and enlisteed May 1862 at Black's Wells, Choctaw Cty. John was in battles at Vicksburg, Peach Tree Creek, Atlanta, Nashville, and Franklin, TN. He was wounded in Franklin in 1864, taken prisoner and retained for six months at Camp Douglas, Illinois, from which he was paroled on June 17, 1865. Camp Douglas, on the shore of Lake Michigan at Chicago, flooded each time it rained. It was a miserable place and many prisoners died there. 
Bagwell, Henry B. (I1606860375)
12 note 101 years old Pear, Margaret (I1606874927)
13 Route 33 South of Farmerville Feazel, Michael (I1606873946)
14 Route 33 South of Farmerville Wise, Mary Ann Clarissa (I1606873947)
15 Taylor section of Old Yard, Magnolia Cemetery Taylor, (Inf D-Robt Taylor) (I1606833218)
16 The 14th MS Infantry, Co. E was organized April 20, 1861 under Captain A. Suggs Lee. Privates that served under him were John Fraizer, Thomas Golden, William Ivy and N. D. Triplett. Ivy, William (I1606859435)
17 Wanda L Alsup Corley, Valentine Lockart (I26818007)
18 " John Adam Folk
aged 56 years and 6 mo
'For many years he was a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church. For a long time his health was bad, but he bore his afliction with patience and resignation. His children in testimony of their regard and esteem by this stone point to his final resting place. Then all the dust returne to the earth, but the spirit in God.' 
Folk, John Adam Jr (I1607141206)
19 " ...children ... John Adam ... , Jacob ... , John ... , and some unidentified daughters." Family F1041103328
20 "...Anna Maria, known as Mary, married Peter Dickert II, son of Michael Dickert according to South Carolina Law Report, Spring term 1858 page 396-401. " Family F2082458491
21 "...died 5 Jul 1855, outliving his father by only eleven years." Folk, John Adam Jr (I1607141206)
22 "...namesake of John Adam Epting..." Folk, John Adam Sr (I1607141179)
23 "...records indicate that Hans was owner of an estate." Ebding, Hans (I1607214878)
24 "1860, Natchitoches Parish, LA. Pg - 28 w/father." Longino, Louella (I2193948542)
25 "After Ella d 1894, Jones m Lela L, sister of Ella, who was a widow Brown with five Brown children living with them on the 1900 census Freestone co., TX."  
26 "After Eve died, John Adam married Mary Elizabeth Parker..." Family F2082449759
27 "An unnamed infant born 2 Dec 1714, died the next day" Hebding, (Inf S-Hans C Ebding) (I1606736358)
28 "Andre Mayer came from Rotterdam on Pennsylvania merchant vessel, John Steadman CMDR in 1731." Mayer, Andrew (I1607150976)
29 "Andreas Osiander the Younger published anew the Bibelwerk of his father Lukas (Luke), and wrote the 'Wuertemberg Kommmunikantenb├╝chlein' which is the basis for the 'Wuertemberg Confirmationsb├╝chlein'." Osiander, Andreas "the Younger" (I1607214805)
30 "Anna Barbara, widowed in 1662, married a second time..." Family F1041130128
31 "AR-can" is how Martha Beaube Strittman pronounces this name. He was killed by his own grandson, "chopped him up with an axe!" "Most anybody would have killed him, cause he was lazy and he would come to your house and he would stay and he wouldn' t leave!" per Martha Beaube Strittman Beaube, Archanel (I426)
32 "b. 30 Wienmonat 1653" Wesner, Hans Andreas (I1606736127)
33 "Born abt 1730; died June 20, 1774 in Pomaria SC." Source: Barnwell County Heritage, Barnwell Co Heritage Book Committee, 1994, #1120, p41, cited by source, Folk, Laura Catherine Anc by Pike Thomas. Folk, Johann Jacob "John" (I1607141175)
34 "Choctaw, MS" comes from the CoJC of LDS website. They also mention a "relative" of Caroline's called "Sarah Wallace" but don't explain how they are related... Source (S20)
35 "Christina Barbara Osiander descended from a long line of prominent theologians and churchmen..." Osiander, Christina Barbara (I1607141184)
36 "Christoph Hepting's origin ... emerges ... with his first wife, Anna N-?, at the christening of their son Christian at Alpirsbach on 25 Oct 1648." Hepting, Christoph Stoffel (I1606736351)
37 "Court held July 24th 1753 Sampson Lanier qualified as Justice."
"Court held JUly 23rd, 1754 Sampson qualified as Vestryman of of
parish St. Andrews"
"Court held July 7th, 1756 Sampson Lanier recommended as Sheriff."
"Court held April 26th 1757 Sampson Lanier, one of the committee to
inspect Clerk's office."

Information from Elizabeth W. Wilson at 
Lanier, Sampson Jr. (I2193969233)
38 "Daniel Osiander had nine children, three by the first marriage."  
39 "Daniel Osiander had nine children, three by the first marriage."  
40 "Daughter of Johan (John) Adam Hebding (Epting) and Christina Barbara Osiander. Arrived 17 Oct 1749 with parents aboard ship, The Griffin, port of Charleston, SC." Epting, Elizabeth Catharina "Catherine" (I1607141176)
41 "David and Permelia Folk came to Texas and purchased land in Stewards Mill, Freestone County Texas in 1872." Source: Folk, Joseph Warren by Mamie Folk Richardson. Folk, David (I1607135392)
42 "David and Permelia Folk came to Texas and purchased land in Stewards Mill, Freestone County Texas in 1872." Source: Folk, Joseph Warren by Mamie Folk Richardson. Kibler, Permelia Audelina (I1607135389)
43 "Deeds I Newberry County identify a Peter Stockman Jr. but it should be recognized that in the 1700's it was not uncommon to call a nephew Jr. to identify him as different from a senior uncle with the same name." Stockman, Peter Jr (I1607162759)
44 "Descendants of Andrew Mayer provided by Patty Cooper. Records of And[r]eas and Johanna Meyer[sic] are from LDS Church Records... Andreas Mayer ad his descendants were confirmed by other family records in the US." Mayer, Andrew (I1607150976)
45 "died young" Osiander, Paul (I1607214728)
46 "died young" Osiander, Barbara (I1607214731)
47 "died young" Osiander, Veronika (I1607214736)
48 "died young" Osiander, Lukas (I1607214737)
49 "died young" Osiander, Tabitha (I1607214744)
50 "died young" Osiander, Samuel (I1607214745)

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