Person:Isaiah Lawson (1)

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Isaiah Dedrick Lawson
b.6 May 1806 Kentucky
m. abt 1830
  1. Wiliam Henry LawsonAbt 1834 -
  2. Elizabeth Ann Lawson1838 - 1913
  3. John Lawsonabt 1840 -
  4. Isaiah Marion Lawson1845 - 1906
  5. Thomas Jefferson Lawson1849 - 1887
  • HIsaiah Dedrick Lawson1806 - 1879
m.
  1. Isaiah Hampton Lawson1831 - 1911
Facts and Events
Name[1] Isaiah Dedrick Lawson
Gender Male
Birth[2][8] 6 May 1806 Kentucky
Marriage abt 1830 Red River County, Texasto Mary Elizabeth McCowen
Marriage Arkansasto
Military? 14 Jul 1836 Red River, Texas, United StatesEnlisted as a private in Becknell's volunteer company.
Death[2][8] 1879 at home of Dr. Pat B. Clark, Red River County, Texas(of pneumonia)
Burial[2][8] White Rock Cemetery, Red River County, Texas

Red River County, Texas, 1850 census:S5

Lawson, I. D. 43 yrs Farmer (real estate = $3,000) b. Indiana
      Mary 34 yrs b. Louisiana
      William 16 yrs b. Texas
      Elizabeth 13 yrs b. Texas
      John 10 yrs b. Texas
      Nancy Jane 8 yrs b. Texas
      Ioah [Isaiah] 6 yrs b. Texas
      Thomas 2 yrs b. Texas

Red River County, Texas, 1860 census:S6

Lawson, I. D. 57 yrs Farmer (real estate = $5,000; personal estate = $5,000) b. Kentucky (cannot read/write)
      Mary M. 43 yrs b. Arkansas (cannot read/write)
      William 26 yrs Laborer b. Texas
      Amelia 18 yrs b. Texas
      Isaiah 14 yrs b. Texas
      Thomas 11 yrs b. Texas

Red River County, Texas, 1870 census:S4

Lawson, Isaiah 64 yrs Farmer (real estate = %5,400; personal estate = $1,000) b. Kentucky
      Mary 52 yrs Keeping house b. Arkansas
      Isaiah 23 yrs Farming b. Texas
      Thomas 20 yrs Farming b. Texas
      Moses [BLACK] 14 yrs Domestic servant b. Texas
Barksdale, Susan [MULATTO] 35 yrs Domestic servant b. Tennessee
      David [MULATTO] 17 yrs Domestic servant b. Tennessee
      James [MULATTO] 10 yrs Domestic servant b. Tennessee
References
  1. Clark, Pat B. The History of Clarksville and Old Red River County. (Dallas: Mathis, Van Nort & Co., 1937), p. 16.

    He had personal charge, with John Stiles, of the captured Santa Anna after the Battle of San Jacinto, 21 April 1836.

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Clark, Pat B. The History of Clarksville and Old Red River County. (Dallas: Mathis, Van Nort & Co., 1937), pp. 132-33.

    Came to Red River County with Frank Hopkins, c.1823.

  3.   Texas. General Land Office. Abstracts of All Original Texas Land Titles Comprising Grants and Locations. (Austin, Texas: Texas General Land Office), Patent #808 (Abstract #507), 31 Jan 1849.

    Received 1st Class headright certificate #280 for 4,042.75 acres, which he located where Annona now stands.

  4.   Red River, Texas, United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule, p. 40, house/family 407/407.
  5.   Red River, Texas, United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule, p. 217A, house/family 307/307.
  6.   Red River, Texas, United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule, p. 109, house/family 671/671.
  7.   Banks, Herbert C. Daughters of the Republic of Texas Patriot Ancestor Album. (Paducah, KY: Turner Publishing Co., 2001), abt 1823.

    Received deed for Lots 1 & 2, Block 6, Clarksville, from Isabella H. & George Gordon.

  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 Find A Grave.