Genealogy Projects tagged with Lawrence County on the Geni Family Tree

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  • Lawrence County, Arkansas

    Please add profiles of those who were born, lived or died in Lawrence County, Arkansas.Lawrence County is Arkansas's second county, formed on January 15, 1815, and named for Captain James Lawrence who fought in the War of 1812. Adjacent Counties * Greene County * Craighead County * Jackson County * Independence County * Sharp County * Randolph County Cities, Towns & Townships Alicia | Annievill...

  • Cheatham Cemetery, Lawrence County, Alabama

    Please add those buried in this cemetery. Find a Grave

  • Castle View Memorial Gardens, New Castle, Pennsylvania

    The cemetery is located on 3010 Wilmington Road, New Castle, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania. Find a Grave

  • Lawrence County, Kentucky

    Please add profiles for those who were born, lived or died in Lawrence County, Kentucky.= Official Website =The county was established in 1821 and was named for James Lawrence, and co-founded by Isaac Bolt, who served as a Lawrence County Commissioner and Justice of the Peace. Adjacent Counties * Carter County * Boyd County * Wayne County, WV * Elliott County * Morgan County * Johnson County * ...

  • Lawrence County, Mississippi

    Please add profiles of those who were born, lived or died in Lawrence County, Mississippi.= Official Website =Formed December 22, 1814, the county was named for the naval hero James Lawrence. Adjacent Counties * Jefferson Davis County * Simpson County * Marion County * Copiah County * Lincoln County * Walthall County Towns & Communities *Arm*Jayness*Monticello (County Seat)

  • Mimosa Cemetery, Lawrenceburg, Tennessee

    The cemetery is located on East Gaines Street, Lawrenceburg, Lawrence County, Tennessee. Find a Grave Genealogy Trails

  • Westminster College (Pennsylvania)

    Westminster College is a private, liberal arts college in New Wilmington, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1852, it is affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA). The student population is approximately 1,307 undergraduate and graduate students. Westminster formed as a result of a meeting on Jan. 21, 1852, between the Ohio and Shenango Presbyteries. In 2009, The Washington Monthly' ranked Westminst...

  • Lawrence County, Indiana

    Please add profiles for those who were born, lived or died in Lawrence County, Indiana.= Official Website =Lawrence County was formed in 1818 and was named for Captain James Lawrence, who uttered the famous words "Don't give up the ship." after being mortally wounded during the War of 1812. Adjacent Counties * Jackson County * Monroe County * Washington County * Greene County * Martin County * ...

  • Sugar Creek Cemetery, Ironton, Ohio

    This project is for those buried in Sugar Creek Cemetery, Ironton, Lawrence County, Ohio. Find a Grave

  • Woodland Cemetery, Ironton, Ohio

    This beautiful and serene cemetery was established in 1871 and is about 100 acres in size. It is located on 824 Lorain Street, Ironton, Lawrence County, Ohio. Find a Grave Burial Index (1871-1999) Roots Web

  • Mamre Cemetery, Kitts Hill, Ohio

    Mamre Cemetery is located on Ohio route 141 at Kitts Hill, in Lawrence County, right beside the old Kitts Hill Grange building. The Mamre Baptist Church used to sit at the left front of the cemetery. Early graves were placed to the right of the church. Subsequent plots were allocated further to the right and along SR 141. When those were filled, they turned to the backside of the church for sp...

  • Lawrence County, Alabama

    Please add profiles of those who were born, lived or died in Lawrence County, Alabama.= Official Website =Lawrence County was established by the legislature of the Alabama Territory on February 6, 1818 and was named after James Lawrence, a captain in the United States Navy from New Jersey. Under the Indian Removal Act of 1830, the U.S. government forced most of the members of these Southeast tr...

  • Lawrence County, Ohio

    Please add profiles for those who were born, lived or died in Lawrence County, Ohio.= Official Website =The county was created in 1815 and later organized in 1817. It is named for James Lawrence, the naval officer famous for the line "do not give up the ship". Adjacent Counties * Jackson County * Gallia County * Cabell County, WV * Scioto County * Boyd County, Ken. * Greenup County, Ken. * Wayn...

  • Bentley Family Cemetery, Yatesville, Kentucky

    This cemetery is located in Yatesville, Lawrence County, Kentucky. Find a Grave

  • Lawrence County, Pennsylvania

    Please add profiles for those who were born, lived or died in Lawrence County, Pennsylvania.= Official Website =Lawrence County was created on March 20, 1849 and the county was named after the flagship of Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry, the USS Lawrence, which was disabled in the 10 September 1813 Battle of Lake Erie during the War of 1812. The ship's complement included local raw recruits. Adja...

  • Slippery Rock Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Ellwood City, Pennsylvania

    This project is for those buried in Slippery Rock Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Ellwood City, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania. Find a Grave

  • Lawrence County, South Dakota

    Please add profiles for those who were born, lived or died in Lawrence County, South Dakota.= Official Website =Lawrence County was created January 11, 1875, and was organized in 1877.[3] The county was named for "Colonel" John Lawrence, who came to the county as first treasurer in 1877. Adjacent Counties * Butte County * Meade County * Crook County, Wyo. * Weston County, Wyo. * Pennington Coun...

  • Proctor Cemetery, Fort Ritner, Indiana

    The cemetery is located in Fort Ritner, Lawrence County, Indiana It is also known as Dixon Chapel Cemetery . Find a Grave Proctor Name Study

  • Lawrence County, Tennessee

    Please add profiles of those who were born, lived or died in Lawrence County, Tennessee.= Official Website = History Created by an act of the Tennessee General Assembly on October 21, 1817, it was named for Captain James Lawrence (1781–1813), who while commanding the USS Chesapeake in an 1813 battle with the Royal Navy frigate HMS Shannon, issued his famous command: "Don't give up the ship! Blo...

  • Ruckman Cemetery, Chesapeake, Missouri

    This project is for those buried in Ruckman Cemetery, Chesapeake, Lawrence County, Missouri. Find a Grave

  • Maple Park Cemetery, Aurora, Missouri

    Maple Park Cemetery was founded in 1900 with burials beginning in 1901 to 1902. Over 10,000 former residents of Aurora are resting in peace at Maple Park. In fact, the town's first Mayor, Carr McNatt, is buried at Maple Park. The cemetery is located in Aurora, Lawrence County, Missouri. City of Aurora Website Find a Grave RootsWeb

  • Spring River Cemetery, Verona, Missouri

    This project is for those buried in Spring River Cemetery, Verona, Lawrence County, Missouri. The cemetery is also known as Shady Grove Cemetery and Spring Grove Cemetery . Find a Grave RootsWeb Billion Graves Missouri Gravestones

  • Lawrence County, Missouri

    Please add profiles for those who were born, lived or died in Lawrence County, Missouri.The county was organized in 1845 and named for James Lawrence, a naval officer from the War of 1812 known for his battle cry, "Don't give up the ship!" Adjacent Counties * Greene County * Christian County * Dade County * Jasper County * Newton County * Barry County * Stone County Cities, Villages & Communities

  • South Plain Grove Cemetery, Plain Grove, Pennsylvania

    SPLGC began life as the Plain Grove Presbyterian Church Cemetery , and was in Butler County, Pennsylvania, and the oldest burials were residents of that county. In 1854, Lawrence County was created from parts of Butler, Beaver and Mercer counties. In 1855, Lawrence County created Plain Grove (sometimes Plaingrove) Township. As a result of this, the Butler County Presbyterian congregation began...

  • Rock Prairie Cemetery, Halltown, Missouri

    This project is for those buried in Rock Prairie Cemetery, Halltown, Lawrence County, Missouri. Rock Prairie Cemetery near Halltown, Missouri, is the largest cemetery in Ozark Township and has been used as a cemetery since 1838. It is also known as Halltown Cemetery . Official Website Find a Grave RootsWeb

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