Person:Lawrence Drennon (1)

Lawrence Drennon
b.Abt. 1746 Ireland
  1. Thomas Drennonest 1740-1750 - bef 1808
  2. James Drennon
  3. Lawrence DrennonAbt 1746 - Abt 1784
  4. Charles Drennon
  5. Jacob Drennon1750 - 1786
  6. William Drennon1757 - 1840
  • HLawrence DrennonAbt 1746 - Abt 1784
  • WSarah Day1746 -
m. Bef. 1768
  1. Susan Drinnonabt 1768 - abt 1855
  2. John Drennin1774 - 1815
  3. Sarah DrennonBef 1781 -
Facts and Events
Name Lawrence Drennon
Alt Name Lawrence Drinnan
Gender Male
Birth? Abt. 1746 Ireland
Marriage Bef. 1768 Prob. Virginiato Sarah Day
Death? Abt. 1784 Greenbrier County, Virginia

Lawrence Drennon was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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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).