Person:Lawrence De Butts (1)

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Rev. Lawrence De Butts
b.abt 1689 England
  • HRev. Lawrence De Buttsabt 1689 - 1752
  • W.  Elizabeth Kenner (add)
m. bef 18 Jan 1727
  1. Elizabeth DeButtsabt 1735 -
  2. Hannah DeButtsabt 1736 -
Facts and Events
Name[1] Rev. Lawrence De Butts
Gender Male
Birth? abt 1689 EnglandCitation needed
Emigration[2] 1721 Rev. Lawrence de Butts received the customary bounty of 20 lbs. to sail to VA and soon after reported to Gov. Spotswood who assigned him to Washington Parish, Westmoreland Co. He also served in St. Stephen's Parish in Northumberland, Farnham in Richmond and Cople Parish in Westmoreland. Citation needed
Marriage bef 18 Jan 1727 Virginia, United Statesto Elizabeth Kenner
Residence[2] 1735 Saint Mary's, Maryland, United StatesMr. de Butts removed to MD, and describing himself as "of the parish of William and Mary in St. Mary's County, in the Province of Maryland,"Citation needed
Death[2] 1752 Saint Mary's, Maryland, United StatesRobert de Butts of Frederick Co., in MD, gave a power of attorney to Henry Lee, stating that his brother Rev. Lawrence de Butts, late of SMC, MD, had died intestate.Citation needed
Property[2] 1752 Prince William, Virginia, United Statesmade a deed for 450 ac. in Prince William Co., VA to Wharton Randsdell Citation needed

20121116 cos1776 note: waiting on removal of nomerge template to fix the duplicate family pages for DeButts and Elizabeth Kenner.

References
  1. Rev. Lawrence De Butts, in William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine.

    [Series 1, Vol 17, No 1, p 63]

    (4.) Elizabeth Kenner, daughter of Rodham Kenner and Hannah Fox, married (I) Richard Bushrod, son of Thomas B; (II) Robert Vaulx, of Westmoreland County; (III) Rev. Lawrence De Butts. Richard Bushrod, married Elizabeth Kenner, daughter of Rodham Kenner and died leaving his wife with child of a son Richard, 1712. (North'd Co. Rec.) Robert Vaulx and Elizabeth, his wife, one of the daus. and legatees of Rodham Kenner, Aug. 21, 1712. In his will proved January 18, 1727, Richard Kenner mentions his sister, Elizabeth DeButts.

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Rev. Lawrence de Butts, in William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine.

    [Series 1, Vol 14, No 3, p 178]
    Note 3. In 1721 Rev. Lawrence de Butts received the customary bounty of 20 lbs. to sail to VA and soon after reported to Gov. Spotswood who assigned him to Washington Parish, Westmoreland Co. He also served in St. Stephen's Parish in Northumberland, Farnham in Richmond and Cople Parish in Westmoreland. In 1735 Mr. de Butts removed to MD, and describing himself as "of the parish of William and Mary in St. Mary's County, in the Province of Maryland," he in 1752 made a deed for 450 ac. in Prince William Co., VA to Wharton Randsdell (Pr. Wm. Co. Records). In the same year, Robert de Butts of Frederick Co., in MD, gave a power of attorney to Henry Lee, stating that his brother Rev. Lawrence de Butts, late of SMC, MD, had died intestate. (Northumberland Co. Records).