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15801 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F3577
 
15802 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F5890
 
15803 “A” Joseph Stanley (50-60) was enumerated in Pike Co., KY, in 1830 with 1 male under 5, 2 females under 5, 1 female 5-10, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 15-20, 1 female 30-40, 1 female 40-50. He was enumerated on the same page as George Stanley (30-40) as well as George’s Roberts in-laws.

Joseph Stanley (93, birthplace unknown) was enumerated in Russell Co., VA, in 1850 with son George (57, Franklin Co., VA) and daughter-in-law Winnie (54, Russell Co., VA). 
Stanley, Joseph (I26173)
 
15804 “A” Matthew Brooks 26-45 was enumerated in Person Co., NC, in the 1810 census with 1 male under 10, 2 females under 10, 1 female 10-16, and 1 female 26-45.

Matthew Brooks was possibly enumerated in Jackson Co., TN, in the 1820 census. It is hard to read but there appeared to be 1 male 10-16, Matthew over 45, 2 females under 10, 1 female 10-16, and possibly one female 26-45. There was also a Matthew Brooks enumerated in Person Co., NC with 2 males under 10, 1 male 16-18, 1 male 16-26, himself over 45, 1 female under 10, 1 female 10-16, 1 female 16-26, and wife over 45. The Person Co. census seems to accomodate most of the known children of this couple, perhaps they were enumerated twice (if they are the same Matthew Brooks in each census).

In 1830 Jackson Co., Matthew 50-60 was enumerated with 2 males 10-15, 3 males 15-20, 2 males 20-30, 1 female 5-10, and wife 40-50.

Matthew Brooks 50-60 was enumerated in Jackson Co., TN, in the 1840 census with 1 female 5-10 and wife 50-60. Sons Larkin F. Brooks and Elijah Brooks were next door.

Note on son Tilman’s findagrave.com memorial references “The Jackson County [TN] Family History Book” for Matthew’s DOD and other information about this family. Matthew and Mary had 12 children, according to this source, and I do have a gap in the earlier children’s names. 
Brooks, Matthew (I15076)
 
15805 “By James King.” (per Kendall transcription) James King was a Baptist minister. Family F3723
 
15806 “Coey” was the oldest boy of Yancey and Nancy’s children. He married a woman named Gracie and they had five children, two of whom are named Lois and Helen, and they lived in the Asheville, NC area. Coey was in the music business. COX, Francisco Theodore “Coey” (I338)
 
15807 “Edward” (18) was enumerated at the farm of William (Westmoreland) Humphries in the 1850 Person Co. census. His father was enumerated on the previous page. Dixon, Edmund (I12422)
 
15808 “Miss Doris Faye Raynor, daughter of H. C. Raynor and the late Mrs. Raynor of Durham, became the bride of William Harold Parker, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Parker of Cordova on October 31 at the home of her uncle, W. C. Roberts, at Rolesville. The bride [was] given in marriage by her uncle, W. C. Roberts…” Family F19834
 
15809 “Person County in the Probate Court, in the matter of the Administration of the Estate of Draper Carver dec’d, before J. J. Lansdell Probate Judge, J. T. Critcher Pub. Admir. of Person County, being sworn, doth say: that Draper Carver late of said County, is dead, without leaving any will and testatment, and that J. T. Critcher Pub. Admr. of Person County is the proper person entitled to Letters of Administration on the estate of the said Draper Carver six months having elapsed since the death of said Carver without application for letters of administration by anyone. Further, that the value of said estate, so far as can be ascertained at the date of this application, is about $50 and that Charley [Chesley] Carver, Sally Wrenn & her husband James Wrenn, Tempie Long & her husband J. W. Long, John Carver, Stephen, Alex. Carver, Andrew Carver, Delilah Carver, David Carver, Thomas Carver & Isaiah Carver are entitled as heirs and distributees thereof. [signed] J. T. Critcher. Sworn to and subscribed before me, this 1st day of October 1878, J. J. Lansdell, Probate Judge.

James T. Critcher, Public administrator, is appointed administrator of the estate of Draper Carver deceased, this 7th day of October 1878.” 
Carver, Temperance “Tempy” (I14429)
 
15810 “Person County in the Probate Court, in the matter of the Administration of the Estate of Draper Carver dec’d, before J. J. Lansdell Probate Judge, J. T. Critcher Pub. Admir. of Person County, being sworn, doth say: that Draper Carver late of said County, is dead, without leaving any will and testatment, and that J. T. Critcher Pub. Admr. of Person County is the proper person entitled to Letters of Administration on the estate of the said Draper Carver six months having elapsed since the death of said Carver without application for letters of administration by anyone. Further, that the value of said estate, so far as can be ascertained at the date of this application, is about $50 and that Charley [Chesley] Carver, Sally Wrenn & her husband James Wrenn, Tempie Long & her husband J. W. Long, John Carver, Stephen, Alex. Carver, Andrew Carver, Delilah Carver, David Carver, Thomas Carver & Isaiah Carver are entitled as heirs and distributees thereof. [signed] J. T. Critcher. Sworn to and subscribed before me, this 1st day of October 1878, J. J. Lansdell, Probate Judge.

James T. Critcher, Public administrator, is appointed administrator of the estate of Draper Carver deceased, this 7th day of October 1878.”

Death certificate has father as Draper Carver, mother as Millie Oakley [incorrect]. Informant was employer W. H. Allen. Sallie Wrenn was widow of James L. Wrenn. A law suit about an incomplete land sale provided names of heirs-at-law in 1898 (see James L. Wrenn’s notes).

Sarah was enumerated in 1900 as Zella Wrenn in Person Co. She was living with Nela (19, Oct 1880), Ella (17, July 1882), and Laura J. (14, Oct 1885). 
Carver, Sarah Martin (I14428)
 
15811 “State of North Carolina, Person County, County Court March Term 1842, To the worshipful Justices of said Court The petition of Nancy Carver against Daniel Carver, Hosea Carver, John Renn & Frances his wife, & Clement H. Jordan and William Carver Executors of Landrum Carver dec’d.

“Humbly complaining sheweth unto your worships that Landrum Carver late of Person County, has departed this life since the last term of this court, leaving a last Will & testament in which he leaves his lands to be sold and the money arising from the sale to be divided between the defendants Daniel Carver, Hosea Carver and Frances Renn the wife of John Renn, and appoints the defendants Clement H. Jordan and William Carver his executors, who proved the Will at the present Term of this court and qualified as executors.

“Your petitioner shews that she is the widow of the said Landrum Carver & has duly dissented to said will-That the said Landrum Carver was seized and possessed at the time of his death of a tract of land lying in Person County on the waters of Storys Creek adjoining the lands of J. Carver, John Brann & others containing about 150 acres, in which your petitioner is entitled to dower.

“Your petitioner therefore prays that a writ of dower may issue to the Sheriff of Person County to lay off & assign to her dower in the Said lands; and as in duty bound she will ever pray etc. J. W. Norwood, Atty for plff.”

“State of North Carolina, Person County, Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, March Term 1842, Nancy Carver Widow etc. vs. Daniel Carver & others, Petition for Dower

“This case coming on to be heard upon the petition & the matters therein stated appearing to the satisfaction of the court to be true.

“It is ordered and adjudged by the Court that the Sheriff of Person County summon a Jury of twelve good and lawful men unconnected to the parties to lay off to the petitioner dower in said land according to the prayer of the petition, and report to the next term of this Court under Oath and under their hands and seals. Charles Mason, Clerk.” 
Barrett, Nancy (I14633)
 
15812 “State of North Carolina, Person County, Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, September Term 1854
“To the Worshipful Justices of said Court, The petition of Washington F. Reade & Susan C. his wife in their own right & the said Washington as trustee for Benjamin Chambers & his wife Elizabeth & the said Benjamin Chambers & wife Elizabeth & Susan Gooch widow of John A. Gooch decd & James Redford Gooch, Eliza J. Gooch, Martha C. Gooch & Susan F. Gooch minor children & heirs at law of John A. Gooch decd who sue by their next friend the said Susan Gooch. Ex parte:

“Respectfully sheweth that Thomas Burton late of Person County died since the last term of this Court having made his last Will & testament in Writing which has been duly proved & recorded in this Court at its present Term in which petitioners Washington F. Reade is named executor & duly qualified, the other executrix Elizabeth Burton refusing to qualify, a true copy of which is annexed thereto as a part thereof. Your Petitioners further shew that said testator owned a tract of land in Person County on Flat River adjoining the lands of James Cothran, Moses Chambers, Thomas Sneed & others known as the Sneed tract, which said tract he disposed of by his said will as follows, Viz, One hundred & six & 8/10 acres to your petitioners Susan C. Reade, wife of said Washington F. Reade to be run off on the North end of the tract, as as to include the spring known as the Stephen Sneed spring & adjoining the lands of Thomas Sneed & _____ Cameron, And one hundred acres of said tract to said Washingon F. Reade in trust for the use & benefit of your petitioner Elizabeth Chambers for life & at her death to her children to be run off on the south east corner of said land so as to include the place where William N. Dixon lives adjoining the lands of Moses Chambers & James Cothran, And one hundred acres to John A. Gooch to be run off on the south west corner of said tract so as to include the old Mansion house & Spring adjoining the lands of Moses Chambers & Thomas Sneed.

“Your petitioners further Shew that since the death of said testator the said John A. Gooch has died intestate & left him surviving your petitioners (who are stated to be such in the Statement of the parties hereto) his widow & heirs at law.

“Your petitioners further Shew that the executor has assented [?] to the said legacy & your petitoners are desirous of dividing said land so as to lay off & allot 106 8/10 acres to said Washington F. Reade & wife & 100 acres to said Washington in trust as aforesaid for said Elizabeth & her children & 100 acres to your other petitioners the widow & children of said John A. Gooch, the interest of the widow being on her dower therein. Your petitioners further shew that division of said land is not made among your petitioners by metes & bounds so that they can know respectively their shares but that a survey is necessary & further that it is necessary to have commissioners appointed to determine the curve [?] & distance of the lines of division.

“Your petitioners therefore pray your worships to appoint Commissioners to make division of said land among them acording to the respective rights & that your petitioners may have such other & further relief as their case may requre & be in duty bound etc. E. G. Reade, Sol.”

“State of North Carolina, Person County, Pursuant to an order of Person County Court of Pleas and Quarter sessions September Term 1854, We the undersigned Commissioners...proceeded on the 7th day of October 1854, to divide a certain tract of land belonging to the estate of Thomas Burton deceased known as the Sneed Tract of land on the Flat River adjoining the lands of James Cothran, Moses Chambers, Thos. Sneed and others, wich said tract of land was divided by metes and bounds into three Lots agreeably to the directions of the last will and testament of the said Thomas Burton deceased, as represented by the annexed plat...Lot No. 1 was surveyed for Washington F. Reade and Susan C. Reade his wife...Lot No. 2 was surveyed for Washington F. Reade in Trust for the use and benefit of Elizabeth Chambers wife of Benjamin Chambers , during her life and at her death to her children...Lot No. 3 was surveyed for Susan Gooch, widow of John A. Gooch deceased, and James R. Gooch, Eliza J. Gooch, Martha C. Gooch and Susan F. Gooch minor children and heirs at law of the said John A. Gooch deceased, the interest of said widow being on her dower in said lot...including the mansion house etc. All of which is respectfully submitted under our hands and seals, Jas. Bohanan [?], William Jones, Alexander Jones.”

A widowed Susan Gooch (40) was enumerated as HOH in the 1860 Person Co. census with children James R. (14), Eliza J. (13), Martha (11) and Susan (9). 
Hicks, Susan (I5453)
 
15813 “This Indenture made this the 6th Day of June in the year of our Lord 1812 between Edward Jones of the County of Granville & State of No. Carolina of the one part & Nicholas Jones of the aforesaid County & State of the other part Witnesseth that the said Edward Jones for an [and] in consideration of the sum of Four Hundred & Twenty Dollars to me in hand paid by the said Nicholas Jones before the sealing or delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby Acknowledged, have Granted bargained and sold & by those presents doth Grant bargain sell and convey unto the said Nicholas Jones his heirs & assigns forever a certain parcel or Tract of Land lying and being in the County of Granville on the waters of [?] river; Begining at a Red oak John EASTWOOD’s corner on the west side of a Creek called Thomsons mill Creek on the south branch of said Creek, thence up said Branch as it meanders to a White oak Charles Porter’s [?] corner, thence along Porter’s line 64 poles to a chesnut oak Porter’s corner, thence west 100 poles to a stake in Porter’s line, in all 164 Poles, thence north 240 Poles to a Post-oak Porter’s Corner thence East 100 poles to a Post-oak EASTWOOD’s & Porter’s Corner, thence with EASTWOOD’s line 40 Poles to a sassafrass on a Creek, thence down the meanders of said Creek to a white oak, thence leaving said Creek, along EASTWOOD’s line to the first station containing by estimation 324 Acres be the same more or less, to have & to hold the Aforesaid Bargained Land & premises with all the appurtenances appertaining thereto unto the Afores’d Nicholas Jones his heirs & Assigns forever and the said Edward Jones doth warrant and forever defend the title of said land, free & clear from himself his heirs etc. and from all persons claiming under him unto the said Nicholas Jones his heirs etc. forever. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Affixed my seal this Day & Date above written. Edward Jones (seal). Signed Sealed and delivered in the presence of Daniel Gooch Jurat, John EASTWOOD.

“State of N. Carolina, Granville County, February Court A.D. 1815, the foregoing Deed was duly proven in open Court by the oath of Daniel Gooch a subscribing witness thereto, and on Motion ordered to be recorded. Steph. Sneed.”

The inventory and amount of sale of the property of Edward Jones on the 18th day of June 1841 included buyers Nicolas Hill, James Mangum, Charles Williams, Adney Roberson, Benjamin Johnson, Thomas W. Jones, Baswell Bullock, Mazey Wright, Edward Jones Junr, William A. Gill, William Forsythe, William H. Jones, Mary Eastwood, John Laws, Littleton Y. Jones, Edward E. Jones, Lindon Philpott, John Gill, Robert Livingston, James Gill, Macon Bludsow [Bledsoe?], Thomas Jones, George Tilly, Thomas Fowler, George F. Bullock, Alfred Jones, Squire Umstead, Richard Omerry, John Nance, Allen Jones, John Fowler, William Berton [sic], Hezekiah Hobgood, Aaron Ferabow, Abner W. Gay, John C. Adcock, William Adcock, Thomas Goos [Goss?], Allen Hays, Henry W. Jones, Eli Tippett, David Umsted, John Garrott, William Tippett, Woody Fowler, Abner Jones...John C. Veazey...Mary Parrish...and others.

John Sherman & William Parrish qualifed to be executors of Edward Jones’ will in the Aug Term 1841 court in Granville Co. There are 221 images in the digitized packet at ancestry.com. 
Jones, Edward (I16737)
 
15814 “To the Worshipful the Justices of the Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions for Orange County [May Term 1825]:

“Humbly sheweth unto your worships your petitioner Mary Burton of said county widow, that William Burton late of said county died on or about the ....day of month last [?] Intestate, leaving your petitioner his widow with two small children: that said intestate was [...] of or entitled to a small personal estate of the value probably of three or four hundred dollars; when the administration hath at this present Term granted by your worships unto Samuel Clator [of] said county, who hath duly qualified. Your petitioner shews that she is entitled to have out of this said [...] an allowance for the support of herself & her [family] for one year: And to the end thats the same may be [?] of to her, she prays your worships to appoint as commissioners one of your body & three [?] qualified according to law, who shall view the Estate & allot the said allowance according to the form [?] of the Acts of the General Assembly in such case made & provided--And as in duty bound she will pray etc. Ruffin, Atty.” (digitized at ancestry.com, last accessed 8/28/17)

William died without assets and heavily in debt. Claytor was granted special administration papers for the immediate distribution of the perishable part of the estate. Land was being sold as late as 1836 and 1837. By this time, Mary had become the “regular” guardian of her own children, John & Mary Ann Burton.

“State of North Carolina, Orange County, Court of Equity, Sept. Term 1836, To the Judge of said Court--The petition of John Burton and Mary Ann Burton, minors under the age of twenty one years, who sue by their mother and next friend Mary Burton, who is also their regular guardian, Humbly shews unto your Honor that they are seized and possessed of one hundred acres or thereabouts of poor land unimproved except that twenty acres thereof has been cleared & nearly exhausted by cultivation--that the highest rent which has been received for it in any one year is only $2.15 and that if said land was ever sold, it would bring at least $200--they swear it would be greatly to their advantage to have the land sold. They therefor pray that the same may be sold by a decree of this court and the money paid over to the petitioners under the direction of the Court. The land lies on Orange County on the waters of Eno and adjoining Williamson Burton & others. J. W. Norwood, Sol.”

“John Cabe maketh oath that the land mentioned in this petition is well known to him and is correctly described therein. [signed] John Cabe. Sworn to in open court 17 September 1836. Geo. W. Bruce CC.” (digitized at ancestry.com, last accessed 8/28/17) 
Cabe, Mary “Polly” (I13355)
 
15815 “Wellside, Cambuslang [Glasgow, Scotland] 22 May 1827
Dear Brother, I am surprised at you not answering me before this time. I have got no word from you since the 8th Sept 1822 & I have wrot several times to you and I am happy to let you know that we are all well and I am sorry to let you know that the trade is almost gone to nothing & is out of a trade’s power to make a liveley hoode in this part of the world, there are a great many people going to North Amarica in upper Canada this spring & we are all willing to go out But are unable with dear markets & bad trade & if you could procure a fraught [freight] or passage for us to take us out to you, we would all work to you till such time as you was clear. The auld son William is 19 years of age, Mirran [Marion?] 17 years, Margaret 15 years, Mary 13 years, John 10 years, Robert 7 years, Janet 5 & Kettren [Katherine?] 3 years of age. Your sisters Margaret & [illegible] [Hellen?] & Hellen has one daughter & three sons & all all are well. John Clark is thought to be dieing [sic] & his Auld daughter has departed this life in the month of Sept. 18[23 or 25] and his daughter Mary has got married & has got 1 child & she set sail for Montreall with her husband the 11th of May this present month. The crops here the last year has been uncommon poor, everything looking very backward. As I fell in [?] & [Adams?] belonging to a small Brig which was going to Norfolk Virginie I took the opportunity of writing & letting [you know? illegible sentence] [Your friend?] John Gremuel has departed this life at Martamass [Martinmass?] last & Thomas Gremuel & family is all well, his son Archibald set out to Amarica in Mauntreall about too [sic] years & a half ago & has saved a great deal of money. He has went up the country to Banes Arres [Buenos Aires] in South Amarica this last year & doing well. I want you to let me know how far distant your place is from Baneus Arras [Buenos Aires] & what kind of a country it is & what kind of diet you mostly live on in your part of the world & if it be a healthy situation for William is intending to go out whether I go out or not. The markets here this year are as follows, Wheat [?] Boll 3/4 shilling, corn & peas is from 28 shilling to 30 sh & Barely [barley] about 2 lbs/[?], Beef is about 12 shillings & Muttan from 7 to 8 shillings. There is a number of us in a society in this parish concerning emigration to upper Canada and has drawn out a petition & sent it to Government about half a year ago & we was always expecting an answer was never like to get one. [part of page is missing] ...an answer at all but we have now got...small encouragement concerning the government but [?] be defended...my [last report?]...son William & ...family & Friends and let me know...Your son William is always carrying...in the Merchant line as before and ...me as soon as possible to the receipt of this... I remain your affectionate and loving Brother, Robert Kerr...My self & family best respect to you and your family, give my compliments to all enquiring friends. I Still Remain Yours, R. Kerr.”

Envelope directed to John Kerr, “Baileys,” Person County, North Carolina, North America. 
Kerr, Robert (I27175)
 
15816 “William Price is a recognized DAR Patriot. He was appointed Constable for Pittsylvania Co., VA, in November Court 1774 (Pittsylvania Co. Court Records Book 2, p. 412) and furnished supplies for the Continental Line as recorded in Pittsylvania Co. Record of Claims for Supplies Continental Line Use—Revolutionary War, pp. 30, 51.” (Kathleen Neal Dawson, compiler, https://ncccha.org/pdf/price/thepricefamily.pdf) (at https://www.caswellcountync.org/getperson.php?personID=I28438&tree=tree1 last accessed 9/18/2022)

"Abstracts of Pittsylvania County, VA, Deeds, 1783-1790," Austin:
Deed Bk 7, p. 566, Price from Burton Deed Ded's, to John Wilson and William Harrison, Gent, Whereas Charles Burton by his certain Indenture has conveyed to William Price one certain parcel of land containing by Estimation 1250 acres and wheras Mary, the wife of the said Charles Burton, cannot conveniently travel to and from our County Court of P, Know ye that we trust in your faithful & provident Circumspection in Examining Mary, wife of said Charles Burton, whether she does freely and voluntarily relinquish her right of Dower, March 23, 1786.
s/ Will Tunstall
Pittsylvania-By virtue of the above Commission to us directed we have examined Mary, apart from her said husband and she relinquished her right of Dower, March 27, 1786.
s/ Jno Wilson, Wm Harrison, January 16, 1786.

Names and dates of birth from the Burton-Price family bible record, transcription at National Genealogical Society, vol. 47, no. 2 (June 1959), p. 100.

Caswell Co., NC, Deed Bk P, p. 358: William Price Sen. of Pittsylvania Co., VA, to his son Major Price of CC, for love & affection, 333.75 A on Hogan's Cr adj James Martin, Epaphroditus Stone, William Ware. 17 June 1809. Wit: William W. Price, Maraday Price.

Transcription of will published in "Abstracts of Pittsylvania County, Virginia wiills, 1767-1820" (Adams)

Pittsylvania Co., VA, Will Bk 1, pp. 415-16, w. 4 Dec 1809. Pro: 20 Nov 1815. LWT William Price being in my perfect mind. I give all my children all the property which they have received from me.

To my son Cuthbird Price the tract of land where he now lives, 20 acres, also a tract of 40 acres.

I give my son-in-law William McDaniel $1.00.

To my beloved wife Susannah Price the rest of my estate, both real and personal during her natural life, but she cannot dispose of any part during her lifetime, but at her death she may give the estate to my children or grandchildren.

I appoint my sons Daniel Price, Maraday Price and Major Price executors.
William Price
Wit: James Matney, Leroy Shelton, Adin Gray, Joseph Taylor.
Daniel Coleman, Willliam Linn, Washington Thompson, and Lewis B. Allen security for Daniel Price, Meredith [sic] Price, and Major Price. 
Price, William (I1141)
 
15817 ———————————-
Note: On January 27, 2022, Lynn’s mother—Margot Parker—wrote me (Bruce Washburn) the following letter, which I received Feb 7, 2022:

“Dear Bruce,
I received your Christmas card for Lynn—such a nice note!Unfortunately, Lynn died at Thanksgiving (2021). It was unexpected. She had been depressed for a while. Unfortunately, she was drinking heavily and she died of an alcoholic incident. I wanted to let you know that she is at peace and your prayers may insure that outcome.
Sincerely,
Margot Parker”
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Cousin Buddy Boyd sent me (Bruce) the following note after I notified him of Lynn’s death:

“Hi Bruce. It is sad news but thanks for passing it along. I will relay it to my good friend Lynne Fogleman Patterson, who is the daughter of Buddy Fogleman, Nash, Jr.'s best friend. Lynn and Lynne were both named after Leon Ward and used to play together when they were little and Lynn came to visit Aunt Mattie. Lynn stayed with me several times when I was living in Maryland and I could tell that she was extremely unhappy and depressed.”
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Lynn graduated from Wayne State University with a B.A. in History in December 1994.

She graduated from Marygrove College in 2012 with a B.S. in Health Services/Allied Health/Health Sciences, General.

She was planning to work on her Masters in Social Work at Wayne State University in 2013-14.

July 10, 2012,
I sent cousin Lynn an email wishing her happy birthday and got this response from her:
Date: Tue, 10 Jul 2012 13:57
From: lynn parker
Subject: Re: Birthday greetings to you, Lynn!
To: Bruce Washburn
Hey Cuz, It is so great to hear from you. I didn't even know that you knew. Thanks so very much for thinking of me. I graduated in May with my Bachelor of Science in Health Science. I may go to Kentucky to get into Nursing school since the wait here is two years. I love you and wish you all the best. Hugs and Kisses, Lynn.

Date: Mon, 30 Jul 2012 13:25:20 -0700 (PDT)
From: lynn parker
Subject: Buddy
To: Bruce Washburn

Hi Bruce, I got your email on Buddy. Great article I sent it to my Mom. She is doing fine and turned 77 this year and you would never know it . She looks great. She stays very active and still sits on two Boards for the local hospital and the Detroit Institute of Arts. Lives in her home still with Java her new dog. He's part Rottweiler and part shepherd. Nash and Nancie have been married for 15 years and both are highly successful living in San Fran. I guess that just leaves me. I signed up today for graduate school to get my Master's in Social Work. I start in the fall. Round two of school but that's okay. Nursing school is just to screwed up for me to wait. I have my master's before I get into Nursing school and working. Everything else is good here. I will call you sometime soon and we can talk on the phone. I hope that you’re okay with your Mother-in-law. That is a tough job but I know that you have a great heart. Lots of Love Lynn.

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In 2017, Lynn apparently was disciplined by the
MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF LICENSING
AND REGULATORY AFFAIRS BUREAU OF PROFESSIONAL LICENSING

She was listed in their
DISCIPLINARY ACTION REPORT
Orders served from 5/1/2017 through 5/5/2017, to wit:

Lynn Elizabeth Parker, L.L.M.S.W, Saiont Clair Shores, MI
68-01—98494

04/27/2017 Summary
Suspension
Dissolved Suspended
Probation Upon Reinstatment

for
Impaired Conduct, Practice, or Condition
Incompetence
Substance Use Disorder
Mental/Physical Inability to Practice


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PARKER, Lynn Elizabeth (I937)
 
15818  
Burial:
Memorial Gardens
Franklin County
Virginia, USA 
WASHBURN, Joseph (“Joe B.”) Bryan (I626)
 
15819  
Burial:
Mountain View Cemetery
Ridgeway (Henry County)
Henry County
Virginia, USA 
WASHBURN, Reaves (Rives) Rucker (I726)
 
15820  Parents:
  Thomas Newton Lawrence (1867 - 1952)
  Martha Ann Bishop Lawrence (1867 - 1950)
 
 Spouse:
  Gentry C McDuffee (1897 - 1966)*
 
 Children:
  Judith Kay McDuffee (1937 - 1996)*
 
 Siblings:
  Cornelius William Lawrence (1889 - 1944)*
  Rufus Floyd Lawrence (1892 - 1974)*
  Lewis Woodford Lawrence (1894 - 1977)*
  Lola Blanche Lawrence East (1896 - 1969)*
  John Samuel Lawrence (1898 - 1916)*
  Rena Cissie Lawrence Furlong (1901 - 1995)*
  Orabelle Lawrence McDuffee (1905 - 2004)
  Nora Dell Lawrence (1905 - 1905)*
  Addie Lois Lawrence Lobb (1907 - 2005)*
  Artie Annie Lawrence Rich (1909 - 1997)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
Married Feb. 9, 1929
 
Burial:
Anderson Memorial Park
Anderson
Madison County
Indiana, USA
 
Maintained by: Janet Ketchum Armbrust
Originally Created by: Geraldine Barnett
Record added: Mar 07, 2015
Find A Grave Memorial# 143428936 
LAWRENCE, Orabelle (I2923)
 
15821  Thomas Newton Lawrence (1867 - 1952)
  Martha Ann Bishop Lawrence (1867 - 1950)
 
 Spouse:
  Charlie L. East (1894 - 1978)*
 
 Children:
  Birta Mae East Gillespie (1917 - 2011)*
  Mack Wallace East (1921 - 2006)*
  Virginia East Renfro (1930 - 1998)*
 
 Siblings:
  Cornelius William Lawrence (1889 - 1944)*
  Rufus Floyd Lawrence (1892 - 1974)*
  Lewis Woodford Lawrence (1894 - 1977)*
  Lola Blanche Lawrence East (1896 - 1969)
  John Samuel Lawrence (1898 - 1916)*
  Rena Cissie Lawrence Furlong (1901 - 1995)*
  Orabelle Lawrence McDuffee (1905 - 2004)*
  Nora Dell Lawrence (1905 - 1905)*
  Addie Lois Lawrence Lobb (1907 - 2005)*
  Artie Annie Lawrence Rich (1909 - 1997)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Note: 3 graves west of J. C. Shobe graves. Between j. C. Shobe & Walter Smith
 
Burial:
Smiths Grove Cemetery
Smiths Grove
Warren County
Kentucky, USA
Plot: QQ, 8
 
Created by: Bert Higginbotham
Record added: Jan 13, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 83390844 
LAWRENCE, Lola Blanche (I2920)
 

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