(?) Barber

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     (?) Barber married Elizabeth Lawson, daughter of John Lawson and Mary Dew.

Family

Elizabeth Lawson b. 17 Feb 1718

John Lawson White

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     John Lawson White married Catherine Lawson, daughter of John Lawson and Mary Dew.

Family

Catherine Lawson b. 17 Mar 1720

George Booker

M
     George Booker married Lucy Lawson, daughter of John Lawson and Mary Dew, in 1758.

Family

Lucy Lawson b. 3 Mar 1730

Margaret (?)

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     Margaret (?) married Thomas Lawson, son of John Lawson and Mary Dew.

Thomas Lawson

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FatherThomas Lawson
MotherMargaret (?)

Family

Child

Rebecca McConnell

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     Rebecca McConnell married Hugh Lawson Jr., son of Hugh Lawson and Mary Moore, on 26 May 1770 at Rowan Co., North Carolina.

Family

Hugh Lawson Jr. b. 1729, d. 1796

Hugh Barry

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     Hugh Barry married Rebecca Lawson, daughter of Hugh Lawson and Mary Moore. Hugh Barry married Margaret Lawson, daughter of Hugh Lawson and Mary Moore, in 1749.

Family 1

Rebecca Lawson b. 1735, d. 1766

Family 2

Margaret Lawson b. 1733

Thomas Irwin

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     Thomas Irwin married Rebecca Lawson, daughter of Hugh Lawson and Mary Moore, at Rowan Co., North Carolina.

Family

Rebecca Lawson b. 1735, d. 1766

James Henderson

M, b. 1733
     James Henderson was buried at Gaston Co., North Carolina. He was belonged to the Col. caste. He married Violet Lawson, daughter of Hugh Lawson and Mary Moore, at On the Catawba, McAddenville. James Henderson was born in 1733.

James Pinckney Henderson

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FatherJames Henderson b. 1733
MotherViolet Lawson b. 1737

George Ewing

M, b. 1739
     George Ewing was belonged to the Gen. caste. He married Catherine Lawson, daughter of Hugh Lawson and Mary Moore. George Ewing was born in 1739 at Ohio.

Family

Catherine Lawson b. 1739

James White

M, b. 8 August 1747, d. 14 August 1822
FatherMoses White
MotherMary McConnell
     James White James White was a soldier, public official, Founder of Knoxville, born in Rowan Co., NC, now part of Iredell Co., NC. His parents were Moses and Mary White. During the American Revolution, James White was a Captain of the N.C. Militia. He was entitled to a grant of land for his military services. In that year he with Robert Love, Francis Ramsey, Alexander McMillan and others made a tour of exploration to select desirable tracts of land in East Tennessee. They traveled as far down the Holston (now the Tennessee) River as the presetn Lenoir City. The next year Capt. White moved from N.C. to Fort Chiswell, VA, where he remained about one year. In 1785, he helped organize the State of Franklin, and was member of the General Assembly and its Constitutional Convention the met at Greenville. That same year he removed with his family to what is now Knox County, and settled on the North side of the French Broad River, near the present Riverdale, the same place the Alexander Campbell, who established Campbelll's Station later, had lived on in 1790. The next year, 1786, Capt. White and some other families settled on White's Creek, built a cabin and cleared lands. 1789 he was representative from Hawkins County in the Legislature of N.C. and a member of the convention that ratified the Constitution of the U.S. In 1790 he was appointed by Wm. Blount Major of militia and Justice of the Peace of Hawkins Co. Oct. 3, 1791, the town of Knoxville was laid out and Knox Co. created from Hawkins and Greene Co., and Major White was appointed lieutenant colonel commandant. Was member of the territorial H of R and Knox Co. member of the Constitution convention and Senator and resigned his seat for William Blount, etc. He was belonged to the Gen. caste. He was born on 8 August 1747 at Rowan Co., North Carolina. He married Mary Lawson, daughter of Hugh Lawson and Mary Moore, on 13 May 1770 at Rowan Co., North Carolina. James White died on 14 August 1822 at Knox Co., Tennessee, at age 75.

Family

Mary Lawson b. 1742, d. 10 Mar 1819
Children

Margaret White

F, b. 8 April 1771, d. 27 August 1827
FatherJames White b. 8 Aug 1747, d. 14 Aug 1822
MotherMary Lawson b. 1742, d. 10 Mar 1819
     Margaret White was born on 8 April 1771. She died on 27 August 1827 at age 56.

Hugh Lawson White

M, b. 30 October 1773, d. 10 April 1840
FatherJames White b. 8 Aug 1747, d. 14 Aug 1822
MotherMary Lawson b. 1742, d. 10 Mar 1819
     Hugh Lawson White married Elizabeth Carrick. Hugh Lawson White was born on 30 October 1773. He died on 10 April 1840 at age 66.

Family

Elizabeth Carrick d. 25 Mar 1831

Moses White

M, b. 22 April 1775
FatherJames White b. 8 Aug 1747, d. 14 Aug 1822
MotherMary Lawson b. 1742, d. 10 Mar 1819
     Moses White was born on 22 April 1775.

Andrew White

M, b. 19 May 1779
FatherJames White b. 8 Aug 1747, d. 14 Aug 1822
MotherMary Lawson b. 1742, d. 10 Mar 1819
     Andrew White was born on 19 May 1779.

Mary McConnell White

F, b. 11 November 1782
FatherJames White b. 8 Aug 1747, d. 14 Aug 1822
MotherMary Lawson b. 1742, d. 10 Mar 1819
     Mary McConnell White was born on 11 November 1782.

Cynthia Berry White

F, b. 7 April 1786, d. 11 August 1855
FatherJames White b. 8 Aug 1747, d. 14 Aug 1822
MotherMary Lawson b. 1742, d. 10 Mar 1819
     Cynthia Berry White was born on 7 April 1786. She died on 11 August 1855 at age 69.

Melinda White

F, b. 15 February 1789, d. 2 March 1838
FatherJames White b. 8 Aug 1747, d. 14 Aug 1822
MotherMary Lawson b. 1742, d. 10 Mar 1819
     Melinda White was born on 15 February 1789. She died on 2 March 1838 at age 49.

Mary Lawson

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FatherThomas Lawson
     Mary Lawson married George Ford.

Family

George Ford

Anne Irvine

F, b. 1760, d. 1795
     Her married name was Lawson. Anne Irvine was born in 1760. She married Hugh Lawson, son of Roger Lawson and Hannah Thompson, circa 1789. Anne Irvine died in 1795.

Family

Hugh Lawson b. 14 Jan 1755, d. 20 Feb 1802
Children

Sarah Whittaker

F, b. 4 January 1772, d. 22 March 1840
FatherEliphalet Whittaker
MotherRuth Bayless
     Her married name was Lawson. Sarah Whittaker was born on 4 January 1772. She married Hugh Lawson, son of Roger Lawson and Hannah Thompson, on 3 May 1795. Sarah Whittaker died on 22 March 1840 at age 68.

Family

Hugh Lawson b. 14 Jan 1755, d. 20 Feb 1802
Children

Margaret Lawson

F, b. 30 November 1790
FatherHugh Lawson b. 14 Jan 1755, d. 20 Feb 1802
MotherAnne Irvine b. 1760, d. 1795
     Margaret Lawson was born on 30 November 1790.

Hannah Thompson Lawson

F, b. 19 February 1793, d. 26 July 1817
FatherHugh Lawson b. 14 Jan 1755, d. 20 Feb 1802
MotherAnne Irvine b. 1760, d. 1795
     Her married name was Glenn. Hannah Thompson Lawson married G. W. Glenn. Hannah Thompson Lawson was born on 19 February 1793. She died on 26 July 1817 at age 24.

Family

G. W. Glenn b. 1790

Hugh Lawson Jr.

M, b. 26 August 1799, d. 20 March 1856
FatherHugh Lawson b. 14 Jan 1755, d. 20 Feb 1802
MotherSarah Whittaker b. 4 Jan 1772, d. 22 Mar 1840
     Hugh Lawson Jr. inherited slaves from his father. Early in his life he believed that a Christian should not own slaves. He later changed his mind. He was born on 26 August 1799. He married Mary Worthy before 1827. Hugh Lawson Jr. married Sarah Bryan in May 1827. Hugh Lawson Jr. died on 20 March 1856 at age 56. (an unknown value.)

Family 1

Mary Worthy

Family 2

Sarah Bryan b. 1808, d. c 1847
Children

Andrew Lawson

M, b. 3 January 1802, d. 3 September 1803
FatherHugh Lawson b. 14 Jan 1755, d. 20 Feb 1802
MotherSarah Whittaker b. 4 Jan 1772, d. 22 Mar 1840
     Andrew Lawson was born on 3 January 1802. He died on 3 September 1803 at age 1.

(?) Algood

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     (?) Algood married Child Seven Lawson, son of Roger Lawson and Hannah Thompson.

Family

Child Seven Lawson b. a 1765

Moses White

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     Moses White married Mary McConnell.

Family

Mary McConnell
Child

Mary McConnell

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     Mary McConnell married Moses White.

Family

Moses White
Child

Elizabeth Carrick

F, d. 25 March 1831
     Elizabeth Carrick married Hugh Lawson White, son of James White and Mary Lawson. Elizabeth Carrick soldier, lawyer, jurist, United States senator. In 1801 he was appointed judge of the supreme court of the state of Tennessee, and served until 1807' and in 1808 was appointed district attorney. In 1809 he was elected to the state senate; again served six years in the supreme court as judge. In 1815 he was chosen president of the State Bank of Tennessee; in 1820 he was again a member of the state senate, and about that time was appointed a commissioner to adjust claims of our citizens against Spain. He was elected a senator in congress from 1825 to 1835, and from 1836 to 1840. At the election for president of the United States in 1836, he received all the votes of Georgia and Tennessee for that office. He died April 10, 1840, in Knoxville, Tennessee. Her married name was White. She died on 25 March 1831.

Family

Hugh Lawson White b. 30 Oct 1773, d. 10 Apr 1840