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- Tags: Alex Lawton
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Tags: A. B. Lawton; A. B. Lawton and Company; A. C. Lawton; Abraham Lincoln; Adam Fowler Brisbane; African Americans; Albany, Georgia; Alex Lawton; Alexander Benjamin Lawton; Alexander Cater Lawton; Alexander J. Lawton; Alexander James Lawton; Alexander Robert Lawton; Allen Hagen; American Civil War.; American Revolution; American Revolutionary War; Anderson Peeler; Andrew Aulin, Sr.; Anglicanism; Anglicans; Anna Lawton; Annie Elizabeth Miller; Annie Narcissa Lawton Long; Arcadia; Archibald T. McIntyre; Asa Lawton; B. F. Porter; B. S. Fuller; Baker County, Georgia; Baptists; Battle of New Orleans; Benjamin F. Lawton; Benjamin Lawton; Benjamin T. D. Lawton; Benjamin Themistocles Dion Lawton; Benny Lawton; Beulah Lawton Hughes; Birdie Lawton Grogan; Black Swamp Academy; Black Swamp Company; Black Swamp, South Carolina; Bluffton, South Carolina; Bobby Lawton; C. J. Lawton; C. J. McDonald; Caddo Parish, Louisiana; Carolyn L. Harrell; Cassandra C. Tillman; Charlotte Ann Lawton; Charlotte Esther Lawton Peeples; Chattahoochee; Cheshire; churches; Clara Curtis Lawton Lienhard; Clara Isabella Lawton Wheeler; Clara Isabelle Lawton; colonial; colonies; colonists; colony; Confederacy; Confederate Army; Confederate States of American; Confederates; corn; Coy K. Johnson; Cuthbert; David Montague Laffitte; Dower; E. H. Peeples; E. Haviland Hillman; E. L. Lawton; Edisto Island Plantation; Edisto Island, South Carolina; Edward P. Lawton; Edward Peeples; Elizabeth Mary Brisbane; Emma Lenora Lawton; Emma Lenora Lawton Aulin; Episcopalians; Eusebia Lawton; farmers; farms; Francis McLeod; Friske; Frog Legel, Louisiana; Gary Lawton Grogan; George Mossee; Georgia Cavalry Regiment; Gerald Marshall Church; GloriAnna Lawton Brisbane; Godfrey; Grooverville, Georgia; Hanahan's; Hector Irving Cook; Henry Carter; Henry Clay; Henry Clay, Sr.; Hepsibah Baptist Church; Hernando County; Hilton Head Island, South Carolina; I. Clayton Ramsey; Inabinett, E. L.; indigo; Isadore Perry Lawton; J. A. Malette; J. A. Mallett; J. L. Simkins; J. T. Herring; James Clark; James Connell; James K. Polk; James Knox Polk; James Stoney Lawton; James Tillman Grogan; James Tillman Grogan, Sr.; James Wilburn Grogan; Jane Ann Grogan Church; Jane Mosse Lawton; Jared Everitt; Jefferson County; Jefferson Davis; Jefferson Finis Davis; Jeremiah Clark; Jeremiah Lawton; Joe Lawton; John C. Cochran; John Calder; John Grimball Ann Grimball Robert; John Hanahan; John Hughes; John Lawton; John N. Dugger; John Seabrook; John Sealy; John Sheffield; John T. Lyons; John Thomas Wheeler; Joseph James Lawton; Joseph Lawton; Joshua B. Everette; Josiah A. Everette; Josiah A. Flournoy; Josiah Everett; Josiah Flournoy; Josiah Lawton; Josie Adams; Judson Lawton; Kathryn Lawton; Lawton and Allied Families Association; Lawton, Dowell, and Company; Lawtonville Baptist Church; Lawtonville Cemetery; Lawtonville, South Carolina; Lebanon Cemetery; Leonard Tuggle; Liberty Baptist Church; Lona Lawton; Lona Lawton Aulin; Louisiana Purchase; Lucina Walker Lawton; Lucinda Walker Landrum; Macon, Georgia; Margaret Grogan; Martha Lawton; Martha S. Lawton; Martha S. Lawton Gwynn; Mary Ann Mosse; Mary Ann Whaley Lawton; Mary Cater Lawton; Mary Cater Rhoades; Mary Cater Rhodes; Mary Clarke Lawton; Mary Edla Laffitte; Mary Elizabeth Lawton Mathews; Mary Gwynn Lawton; Mary Hannah Aulin Grogan; Mary Harris; Mary Jane Lawton; Mary Jane Lawton Laffitte; Mary Lawton; Mary Martha Grogan Lundy; Mary Mathews Lawton; Mary Stone Fickling; Mary Stone Grimball Lawton; Mary Winborn Lawton; Mattie Lawton; May River Baptist Church; Monticello; Moses Linton; Mulberry Grove Plantation; My Husband; My Little Daughter Clara; N. Dudley; N. M. Lawton; Narcissa Melissa Lawton; Nine Mile Post Road; Oglethorpe, Georgia; Oliveros; On the Death of Littly Benny; orange county; Oviedo; Oviedo Cemetery; Pages Home Place; pastors; Paul Grimball; Phoebe Norton Mosse; Phoebe Sarah Lawton Willingham; Pierre Robert; pioneers; Pipe Creek Church; plantations; planters; poems; poetry; preachers; Presbyterians; Prince William's Parish; Providence Grimball Mikell; R. W. Lawton; rice; Robert E. H. Peeples; Robert Hurst; Robert Lauder; Robert Themistocles Lawton; Robert William Lawton; Robertville, South Carolina; Ruth Miller Thomas; Ruth Thomas; s. Manning; Samuel Fickling; Samuel J. Ray; Samuel L. Dowell; Samuel Perry; Sanford Bason; Sarah A. Godfrey Lawton; Sarah Lawton; Sarah Mathews; Sarah Roberts Lawton; Sarah Seabrook; SavAnnah River Association; Savannah, Georgia; settlers; slavery; slaves; South Carolina Militia; St. John's Parish; St. Marks; St. Peter's Parish; Stacey Allene Church; Steamboat Landing Road; Summer Oaks; T. Willingham; The Death Bed; The Georgia Telegraph; The Lawtons of Summer Oaks; The Level; The Southern Enterprise; Theodore Dehon Mathews; Thirza Lawton Polhill; Thomas A. Bailey; Thomas County Historical Museum; Thomas County, Georgia; Thomas Grimball; Thomas Hill; Thomas J. Lawton; Thomas O. Lawton, Jr.; Thomas Polhill; Thomas Rhodes; Thomas Willingham; Thomas Winborn; To My Babe; To My Old Album; Tom Cobbs; Tom Lawton; Tommie Lawton; Tommy Lawton; Two Sister's Ferry; U.S. Census of 1860; Union; W. A. Cumming; W. J. Lawton; W. S. Lawton; W. T. Lawton; Walker Gwynn; Walter Gwynn; Wiley Blewet; William Henry Brisbane; William Henry Lawton; William Hilliard; William Lawton; William Lawton, Jr.; William Mathews; William Peeler; William S. Lawton; William S. Lawton and Company; William Seabrook; William Seabrook Lawton; William Stegall; William Tilly; William Warren Rogers; Winborn Asa Lawton; Winborn Benjamin Lawton; Winborn Joseph Lawton; Winborn Lawton; Winborn Lawton, Jr.; Winborn Theodore Lawton; Winnie Lawton; Winny Lawton
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