Facts and Events
Lawrence Drennon was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Records of Lawrence Drennon in Augusta County, VA
From Chalkley's Augusta County Records:
- Vol. 2 - Valentine White's List of Delinquents in Second Battalion of Augusta County, 1784: (among others) Walter Drennon, Greenbrier, Laurence Drennon, dead. (Note: based upon this record, it appears that Lawrence Drennan most likely died in the Revolutionary War).
- Vol. 2 - John Smith of Bath vs. William, James, Jane, Lawrence, Christiana, Margaret, Martha, and Sarah Drinnen, infants--O. S. 193; N. S. 68--Spa. 1812. Thomas Drinnen died (in Bath?) intestate in 1803, leaving widow Christiana and children, viz: Charles Drennin; Nancy Sharp, wife of Andrew Sharp; Jacob, William, Elizabeth (who married John Drennan), James, Jane, Lawrence, Christiana, Margaret, Martha and Sarah Drennin. Charles probably went to Ohio. (Note; the Lawrence Drinnan referred to in this record is much younger than this Lawrence, but was included as a record to a probable related family).