Benjamin Gobert

M, d. 1847
FatherJacques Benjamin Gobert b. 1737, d. 1812
MotherMarie LeBon
     Benjamin Gobert was born at Paris, France. He married Marie Louise Henrietta Mopeigne. Benjamin Gobert appeared on the census of 1820 at Jefferson Co., Georgia. He appeared on the census of 1840 at Benjamin Gobert household, Jefferson Co., Georgia. He died in 1847 at Jefferson Co., Georgia.

Family

Marie Louise Henrietta Mopeigne b. 1784, d. 1855
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Marie Louise Henrietta Mopeigne

F, b. 1784, d. 1855
     Marie Louise Henrietta Mopeigne married Benjamin Gobert, son of Jacques Benjamin Gobert and Marie LeBon. Her married name was Gobert. Marie Louise Henrietta Mopeigne was born in 1784 at Paris, France. She died in 1855 at Jefferson Co., Georgia.

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Benjamin Gobert d. 1847
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Martha R. Gobert

F, b. 4 August 1834, d. 16 March 1915
FatherJacques Phillippe Gobert b. 1807, d. 1887
MotherEleanor Wright Lawson
     Her married name was Gamble. Martha R. Gobert was born on 4 August 1834 at Louisville, Jefferson Co., Georgia. She married Roger Lawson Gamble II, son of Roger Lawson Gamble I and Mary Sterritt, on 20 June 1850. Martha R. Gobert was buried in 1915 at Louisville, Jefferson Co., Georgia. She died on 16 March 1915 at Augusta, Georgia, at age 80.

Family

Roger Lawson Gamble II b. 27 Apr 1829, d. 6 Mar 1893
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Andrew Berry Lawson

M, b. 1774
FatherRoger Lawson b. 1731, d. 6 Aug 1803
MotherMargaret McGill d. 22 Dec 1821
     Andrew Berry Lawson was born in 1774. He married Jane Patterson, daughter of Robert Patterson and Eleanor Wright, on 12 July 1809.

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Jane Patterson
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Jane Patterson

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FatherRobert Patterson
MotherEleanor Wright
     Jane Patterson married Andrew Berry Lawson, son of Roger Lawson and Margaret McGill, on 12 July 1809.

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Andrew Berry Lawson b. 1774
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Jacques Benjamin Gobert

M, b. 1737, d. 1812
FatherJacques Phillipe Gobert b. 1687
     Jacques Benjamin Gobert was formerly the Vice-Consul of France at Charleston and later Savannah. He married Marie LeBon. Jacques Benjamin Gobert was born in 1737 at Paris, France. He died in 1812 at Jefferson Co., Georgia. (an unknown value.)

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Marie LeBon
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Marie LeBon

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     Marie LeBon married Jacques Benjamin Gobert, son of Jacques Phillipe Gobert.

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Jacques Benjamin Gobert b. 1737, d. 1812
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Jacques Phillipe Gobert

M, b. 1687
     (an unknown value.) Jacques Phillipe Gobert was the King's Attorney at Paris, France. He was born in 1687 at Paris, Ile-de-France, France.

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Roger Lawson

M, b. 1731, d. 6 August 1803
FatherHugh Lawson b. 1705, d. 1772
MotherMary Moore b. 1715
     Roger Lawson was born in 1731 at Brunswick Co., Virginia. (an unknown value.) He married Hannah Thompson, daughter of John Thompson and Mary Reid, in 1752 at Anson Co., North Carolina. Roger Lawson married Margaret McGill, daughter of John McGill, after 1769. Roger Lawson died on 6 August 1803 at Jefferson Co., Georgia.

Family 1

Hannah Thompson b. 1735, d. 1769
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Family 2

Margaret McGill d. 22 Dec 1821
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Margaret McGill

F, d. 22 December 1821
FatherJohn McGill
     Her married name was Lawson. Margaret McGill married Roger Lawson, son of Hugh Lawson and Mary Moore, after 1769. Margaret McGill died on 22 December 1821 at Jefferson Co., Georgia.

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Roger Lawson b. 1731, d. 6 Aug 1803
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Roger McGill Lawson

M, b. 15 April 1810, d. 11 March 1887
FatherAndrew Berry Lawson b. 1774
MotherJane Patterson
     Roger McGill Lawson served in the Indian War in Florida. Was a member of Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church. Served in Civil War in the Army of Northern Virginia, Co. F, Cobbs Legion, Cavalry, Hamilton's Corps.
He was 51 when he enlisted. Buried in old part of the Bethany Cemetery near Wadley, Georgia. He married Mary Alexander. Roger McGill Lawson married Sarah Jane Marsh. Roger McGill Lawson was born on 15 April 1810 at Jefferson Co., Georgia. He died on 11 March 1887 at Jefferson Co., Georgia, at age 76.

Family 2

Sarah Jane Marsh b. 17 Dec 1818, d. 17 Nov 1889
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Robert Patterson

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FatherWm. Patterson
MotherNancy Mossman
     Robert Patterson married Eleanor Wright.

Eleanor Wright

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     Eleanor Wright married Robert Patterson, son of Wm. Patterson and Nancy Mossman.

Hugh Lawson

M, b. 1705, d. 1772
FatherJohn Roger Lawson b. 1651
MotherMary McConnell b. 1578
     (an unknown value.) Hugh Lawson moved to Rowan County, North Carolina. Was there from 1759 to 1772. He was grantee in a deed of record in Salisbury made by the Agent of the Earl of Granville in 1759, conveying to him 350 acres of land. Will made 20 September 1764 and probated in Rowan County, NC, in 1772. Buried in Bakers Graveyard, two miles west of Center Church; in Iredell Co., NC.

The name of Hugh Lawson was on the early tythe lists of Virginia, and the records show that he was one of the tythe takers for Lunenburg County, in the years 1748, 1749 and as late as 1752, after which time he had probably removed to the upper part of Mecklenburg Co., near the supposedd line between the present Mecklenburg and Rowan Co. Dr. Hunter in his sketches says that he built a fine home on Davidson's Creek and owned lands on both sides of the stream. See map on page 380 of these notes for its location. When Hugh Lawson died his will was proven in Rowan Co., though it is well known that he was buried in Baker's Graveyard nead Cowan's Ford in Mecklenburg Co. He was ; Person Source. (an unknown value.) (an unknown value.) He was born in 1705 at Ulster County, Ireland. He emigrated in 1727. He married Mary Moore, daughter of Charles Moore and Mary Barry, in 1729 at North Carolina. (an unknown value.) Hugh Lawson died in 1772 at Rowan Co., North Carolina.

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Mary Moore b. 1715
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Mary Moore

F, b. 1715
FatherCharles Moore
MotherMary Barry
     Her married name was Lawson. Mary Moore was born in 1715 at R Soldier, South Carolina. She married Hugh Lawson, son of John Roger Lawson and Mary McConnell, in 1729 at North Carolina.

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Hugh Lawson b. 1705, d. 1772
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Hannah Thompson

F, b. 1735, d. 1769
FatherJohn Thompson
MotherMary Reid
     Hannah Thompson First daughter of Rev. John Thompson, a Presbyterian minister of Rowan Co., NC. He is thought to have come from Lunenburg Co., VA. Her married name was Lawson. She was born in 1735. She married Roger Lawson, son of Hugh Lawson and Mary Moore, in 1752 at Anson Co., North Carolina. Hannah Thompson died in 1769.

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Roger Lawson b. 1731, d. 6 Aug 1803
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Margaret McGill Lawson

F, b. 1770, d. 1800
FatherRoger Lawson b. 1731, d. 6 Aug 1803
MotherMargaret McGill d. 22 Dec 1821
     Her married name was Gamble. Margaret McGill Lawson was born in 1770. She married John Gamble in 1786. Margaret McGill Lawson died in 1800.

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John Gamble b. 1765, d. 5 May 1817
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Mary Lawson

F, b. 1772
FatherRoger Lawson b. 1731, d. 6 Aug 1803
MotherMargaret McGill d. 22 Dec 1821
     Her married name was Burke. Mary Lawson married Michael Burke. Mary Lawson was born in 1772.

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Michael Burke b. 1770
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Roger Lawson

M, b. 1760, d. 1801
FatherRoger Lawson b. 1731, d. 6 Aug 1803
MotherHannah Thompson b. 1735, d. 1769
     Roger Lawson Revolutionary War Soldier. He was born in 1760. He died in 1801.

William Lawson

M, b. 1762, d. 1776
FatherRoger Lawson b. 1731, d. 6 Aug 1803
MotherHannah Thompson b. 1735, d. 1769
     William Lawson was born in 1762. He died in 1776 at Killed in Revolutionary War, near Louisville, Georgia.

Hannah Thompson Lawson

F, b. 1765
FatherRoger Lawson b. 1731, d. 6 Aug 1803
MotherHannah Thompson b. 1735, d. 1769
     Her married name was Gamble. Her married name was Spear. Hannah Thompson Lawson married Moses Spear. Hannah Thompson Lawson married (?) Gamble. Hannah Thompson Lawson was born in 1765.

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(?) Gamble
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Moses Spear

John Thompson Lawson

M, b. 3 November 1757, d. 16 April 1816
FatherRoger Lawson b. 1731, d. 6 Aug 1803
MotherHannah Thompson b. 1735, d. 1769
     John Thompson Lawson was a Colonel in the Revolutionary War. Died at the home of Archibald McIntyre. He was born on 3 November 1757 at Brunswick Co., Georgia. He married Alice Moore on 1 September 1778 at Columbia, South Carolina. John Thompson Lawson died on 16 April 1816 at Twiggs Co., Georgia, at age 58.

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Alice Moore b. 2 Jul 1760, d. 9 Jan 1798
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Andrew Thompson Lawson

M, b. 22 January 1764, d. 27 June 1822
FatherRoger Lawson b. 1731, d. 6 Aug 1803
MotherHannah Thompson b. 1735, d. 1769
     Andrew Thompson Lawson married Elizabeth Eakin. Andrew Thompson Lawson was born on 22 January 1764. He married Mary Moore Barry, daughter of Andrew Barry, on 15 December 1792. Andrew Thompson Lawson died on 27 June 1822 at Washington Co., Georgia, at age 58.

Family 1

Mary Moore Barry b. 1779, d. 1802
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Elizabeth Eakin
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Hugh Lawson

M, b. 14 January 1755, d. 20 February 1802
FatherRoger Lawson b. 1731, d. 6 Aug 1803
MotherHannah Thompson b. 1735, d. 1769
     Hugh Lawson was a Captain. Helped select the site for University of Georgia. Was wounded in the leg at the battle of Augusta September 14, 1780. In 1788, was granted 468 acres of land on the Oconee River in Washington County for Revolutionary service. He was born on 14 January 1755. (an unknown value.) He married Anne Irvine circa 1789. Hugh Lawson married Sarah Whittaker, daughter of Eliphalet Whittaker and Ruth Bayless, on 3 May 1795. Hugh Lawson died on 20 February 1802 at age 47.

Family 1

Anne Irvine b. 1760, d. 1795
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Sarah Whittaker b. 4 Jan 1772, d. 22 Mar 1840
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Child Seven Lawson

M, b. after 1765
FatherRoger Lawson b. 1731, d. 6 Aug 1803
MotherHannah Thompson b. 1735, d. 1769
     Child Seven Lawson married (?) Algood. Child Seven Lawson was born after 1765.

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(?) Algood

John Thompson

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     John Thompson married Mary Reid.

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Mary Reid
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Mary Reid

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     Mary Reid married John Thompson.

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John Thompson
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John McGill

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John Gamble

M, b. 1765, d. 5 May 1817
     John Gamble was also known as Robert John Gamble. He was born in 1765. He married Margaret McGill Lawson, daughter of Roger Lawson and Margaret McGill, in 1786. John Gamble died on 5 May 1817 at Jefferson Co., Georgia.

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Margaret McGill Lawson b. 1770, d. 1800
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Roger Lawson Gamble I

M, b. 1787, d. 1847
FatherJohn Gamble b. 1765, d. 5 May 1817
MotherMargaret McGill Lawson b. 1770, d. 1800
     Roger Lawson Gamble I is buried in the 'Pre-Revolutionary Cemetery' off of route 24 in Louisville, GA. He is buried next to John Gamble, his father. Also, next to John Gamble's Roger Lawson's headstone (d. 1803) inscribed 'Roger Lawson, GA TROOPS, REV WAR.' The tombstone of Roger Lawson Gamble is rather large and reads:
'Sacred to the memory of the Honorable Roger L. Gamble, who died 20th Dec 1847, aged 60 Years. Industry, Perseverance, and Integrity Raised the Deceased from the humbler wills of life, to a Position of Eminence and Usefulness. He served his country as a commissioned officer in the last war with Great Britain, prominent member of the legislature of Georgia, as a representative in the Congress of the United States, and as a Judge of the Supreme Court of his native state. In the later years of his life, he served his Master as an Elder of the Presbyterian faith in the Church Militant.' He was born in 1787. He married Mary Sterritt on 21 January 1816 at Jefferson Co. Roger Lawson Gamble I married Martha A. Gobert after 1830. Roger Lawson Gamble I died in 1847.

Family 1

Mary Sterritt b. 1794, d. 1837
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Family 2

Martha A. Gobert b. 1800