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Family Sheet

Name: Sr Lawson Sion Note Born: Abt 1767 Married: Died: 1841 at Union District, , , SC Father: William Lawson Mother: Susanna Bailey
Name: Priscilla Duke Note Born: Abt 1767 at North Carolina, , , Died: 1840 at Y, , , Other Spouses: Sion Lawson Father: Major Duke Mother: Elizabeth Drury
Name: Elizabeth Lawson Born: Died:
Name: Nancy Lawson Born: Died: Husband: Alexander Laws
Name: Nevel Lawson Born: Died:
Name: Priscilla Lawson Born: Died: Husband: Thomas Jackson
Name: Thomas Lawson Born: Died:
Name: Ransom Lawson Born: 1795 at SC, , , Died: at Y, , , Wife: Jane
Name: William Lawson Born: 1805 Died: at Y, , , Wife: Margaret
Name: Jacob Lawson Born: 1810 Died: at Y, , ,
Name: Sion Lawson Born: 1814 at SC, , , Died: at Y, , , Wife: Louisa M Lowe
1). mytree.FTW Documents surrounding the will of Sion Lawson, Died 1841, Union DistrictSD Transcribed from micro fiche documents from Union County Court House,Probate Judges Office, Union SC Transcribed by C.M. Lawson Monday, March 01, 1999 1 Attendents objecting to Sion Lawsons will Priscillia Lawson & Ransome Lawson Applicants vs Nevel Lawson, Wm. Lawson, A. Laws & hiswife Nancy, Thomas Jackson and his wife Priscilla, oppose theestablishment of the will of Sion Lawson propounded now before theOrdinary on the following grounds. 1. Want of Testamentary capacity of the testator. 2.Undue influence of Ransom Lawson & others over Testator in goveringexecution of such. 3.Such other grounds as may be made by the testimony. Jas. S. Dawkins 2 State of South Carolina Union District By J.J. Pratt Ordy. To Ransom Lawson Applicant Against Mrs Priscilla Lawson, William Whitehead, William Landrum?, AlexanderLaws, Jacob Lawson, Thomas Lawson, Sion Lawson and Thomas Jacksondefendents. You are Each of you hereby required to appear before me in the Court ofOrdinary for Union District at Union C.H. on Friday ,the 18th day ofMarch Next to show cause if any you can Why the last will and testamentof Sion Lawson late of the said District deceased should not be proven inSolem form and letters of Administration with his will annexed granted toRansom Lawson the Applicant. Given under my hand and seal This 26th November A.D. 1841 J.J. Pratt Ordy c. Note These summons were served on Between 11 March and 17 March 1842 3. South Carolina Union District By J J Pratt Ordy of said Dist To Murphy Hiram & Wilbur, Bailey Lawson You are Each of you required to be and appear in the Court of the Ordy at Union C.H. for Union District on Friday the 18th day of March Next to testify the truth in a certain Course as these defendings and to betried in which Ransiom Lawson is the applicant and Priscillia Lawson Etalare defendents on the part & behalf of the defendents herein fail not. Given under myhand ands seal this 17th day of February 1842 J.J. Pratt ordyc, Note These summons were served on 13,14,&15 March 1842 4 South Carolina Union District The State of South Carolina TO Messrs. Dr. Edd Bobo Dr Z. Warner , William LandrumWilliam Bailey Jesse Estis & Bird Murphy Esq. YOU, and each of you, are hereby strictly required and firmlyenjoined that all business being laid aside, and all excuses ceasing,youdo, in proper person,appear before the court of ordinary for UnionDistrict,at the Court of Ordinary to be holden at UnionCourt House forUnion District, on the 18th day of March next, and then and there ttotestify the truth,according to your knowdledge,in a certain cause nowdepending and to be tried ,between Ransom Lawson Plaintiff and MrsPriscilla Lawson Etal. Defendents, on the part and behalf of the saiddefendents. Herein fail not,on pain of forfieture, as well as the consequences thatmay fall thereon. Witness J.J. Pratt Esquire, Judge of the Court Of Of Union at UnionC.H. the Seventeenth day of February in the year Of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and FortyTwo and in the Sixty Sixth year of the Sovereignty and Independence ofthe United States of America. J.J. Pratt ordyc Note These summons were served between 11 and 14 March 1842
2).  mytree.FTW  Living next to William Lawson 1850 Union Dist., census Dwelling Number879, page 060


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