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John Lawson Jamaica help please
« on: Saturday 07 May 16 14:07 BST (UK) »
Hi
I am currently researching the Lawson surname in Jamaica and would appreciate any help anybody could give please ,

My Gt Gt Gt Grandmoter is called Clara Lawson, On the online records she Married a Robert Morrison on 23rd August 1888 in Jamaica , so far l have found a few of their children who where born in Clarendon and also her Parents Names a John Lawson and wife Antoinette, Antoinette Lawson died on the 28th September 1899 with a estimated birth year of 1829 , Clara Lawson also passed away 7th October 1941 in Four Paths Clarendon with a estimated birth year of 1851 , other that that l can not find any other information l can not find Clara's birth , her parents marriage, Any other Children for te couple , there are a few John Lawsons which has made it hard to compare but not even 1 mention of atleast a Antoinette.

Any help with any information concerning them would be grately appreciated.

Thank you in Advance
Nadine :)
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Re: John Lawson Jamaica help please
« Reply #1 on: Sunday 22 May 16 04:54 BST (UK) »
Family Search record the 1881 death of a likely younger sister of Clara's, born abt 1862?

DEATH: Mary LAWSON
https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KPBY-139
Age 19, Spinster, occupation: Servant
Died 1881 at Four Paths, Clarendon
Informant: Antoinette LAWSON, mother, present at death, X, Clarendon.

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