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Steiner, Dr. Bernard C., "Statistics of the Connecticut Election Sermons", NEHGR, vol. XLVI (1892), pp. 123-126.

[p. 125]:Date: 1788, May 8.

Name of Preacher: Rev. Josiah Whitney, A.M.
Graduation: Y[ale] C[ollege] 1752.
Residence: Brooklyn, Conn.
Text: Ex. xviii. 21
Size: 8vo.
Pp.: 40.

Leavitt, Miss Emily W., "Descendants of George Lawrence", NEHGR, vol. XLVI (1892), pp. 149-151.

[p. 149]

1. GEORGE1 LAWRENCE was born in 1637; married 1st, Sept. 29, 1657, Elizabeth, the eldest child of Benjamin and Bridget Crispe, of Watertown, Mass. She was born January 8, 1636-7; died May 28, 1681; he married 2d, August 16, 1691, Elizabeth Holland. Their children were:
  1. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 30, 1658-9; m. Oct. 18, 1681, Thomas Whitney, and lived in Stow, Mass.
The will of George Lawrence, senior, was dated 1707; in it he mentions his wife Elizabeth; his two youngest children, Joseph and Rachel; his sons George, Benajmin and Daniel; daughters Mercy Baker, living at Yarmouth, Mass., Grace Edes, living at Charlestown; Elizabeth Whitney living at Stow, Mass.; Hannah Sawtel, of Groton, Mass.; Judith Sterns, of Cambridge Farms, Mass.; Mary Flagg, Sarah Rider, Martha Dix, and granddaughter Mary Earl. His sons Daniel and George were appointed administrators at the request of the widow. Inventory was dates April 5, 1709.

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