John Lucas of Eastern North Carolina Descendants and Related Families

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  • ID: I60138
  • Name: **Sir John Lawrence , Baronet 1
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 1589 in London, Middlesex, England
  • Death: BEF 21 JAN 1639 in Ivers, Buck, England
  • Note:
    Sir John Lawrence,merchant of London. Dates in Historical Southern Families Vol.1 page 181 by John Bennett Boddie 1958
    Sir John and Sir Thomas are both buried IN Old Chelsea Church in Chelsea (formerly a suburb of London but now in the London metropolitan area. In February of this year, my wife had the good fortune to visit London and I
    spent a great deal of time at this church. There are wonderful old
    monuments in honor of Sir John and Sir Thomas (their original burial monuments). I will send you pictures. This church was the parish church of Sir Thomas More. On one side of the Nave there is the More Chapel and on the other side the Lawrence Chapel. It was quite amazing to see. Info from
    Thomas Humphrey Lawrence
    Sir John Lawrence made his will on October 18, 1638, and it was
    probated on January 21, 1638/9. His will reads as follows: [IT:I, Sir
    John Lawrence of Delefords and Iver, Bucks KY. and Bt., desire to be
    buried in my Chapel at Chelsea. All my interest in the Parsonage of
    Dorking, Surrey, which I, with my brother-in-law Richard Colville,
    purchased of Richard Hollman, to my sister Martha Jackson, widow, and
    she be dead at my decease same to her daughter Martha. 300 to my
    eldest daughter, Ann Lawrence; 200 to my second daughter Frances
    Lawrence; bequests to servants; all my interest in 7010 which long
    since I recovered my judgement of Anne Babington, executrix of Vry
    Babington, deceased., in H. M. Court of Exchequer due me from the estate of
    Robert Bromley, deceased. Of what can be recovered 1/2 to my eldest son
    John Lawrence and the other moiety to my younger children. 100 marks
    towards the finishing of my house at Iver. Rest of personal estate to
    my younger children, Anne, Robert, Frances, Grissell, and Henry, those
    age 21 to be paid soon as possible and the others to be paid at 21 or
    marriage. All portions of my younger children to amount to 900
    apiece and all my houses and land at Chelsea to provide this. * * *
    The settling of wife's estate has cost me more at this date than
    double the value of her inheritance, were it to be sold. The legacies
    of 5000 which I have given her younger children is more than double
    the value of her estate after her decease. Wife Dame Grissell to sole
    extrx. provide she shall settle within 12 months after my death all
    her estate in lands and tenements on her eldest son John Lawrence and
    heirs male and in default of same to son Robert Lawrence, etc.
    Witnesses Pugh Flood, Clarke; Samuel Forest, John Hynde, Martha
    Jackson, Rice Thomas.:IT][CI:106:?3:CI]

    Hugh Buckner Johnston in his [IT:Lawrence Family:IT] manuscript
    relates the following concerning Sir John Lawrence:
    "Sir John Lawrence, Knight and Baronet, was a wealthy merchant of
    London. He purchased on share of stock in the Virginia Company in
    Virginia on June 23, 1620, a fact that may entitle his descendants to
    membership in the Order of the First Families of Virginia.
    In June 1632, Sir John Lawrence, "Adventurer", and others, recorded
    their plans to transport three hundred colonists for agriculture,
    mining, etc., to Long Isle, about one hundred fifty miles north of
    Jamestown. On August 24, 1635, he was party to a suit in the High
    Court of Admiralty in London, and his kinsman and factor, Richard
    Bennett, testified concerning goods sent to Virginia on the ship[IT:
    Revenge:IT]."
    He entered Oxford (St. John's College) 27 May 1603 at age 14. He
    received a B. A. from Oriel College on 29 October 1604 and a M. A.
    from St. Edm Hall on 7 July 1615. John was knighted at Royston 26
    January 1609/10 and was made a baronet on 9 October
    1628.[CI:358:?3:CI]




    Father: **Thomas Lawrence b: 1539 in Chelsea, Middlesex, England
    Mother: Martha Cage b: 10 OCT 1553 in London, Middlesex, England

    Marriage 1 Mary Grissell Gibbons b: 1590 in Beneden, Kent, England
    • Married: 1623 in England
    Children
    1. Has Children **Robert Lawrence b: 1617 in London, Middlesex, England
    2. Has No Children Grissell Lawrence b: 1622
    3. Has No Children Henry Lawrence b: 1624
    4. Has Children Sir John Lawrence b: 1625 in London, Middlesex, England
    5. Has Children Sir Thomas Lawrence b: 1626
    6. Has No Children Ann Lawrence b: 1628
    7. Has No Children Frances Lawrence b: 1630
    8. Has No Children Sampson Lawrence b: 1632

    Sources:
    1. Title: 17 Century Isle of Wight, Boddie, page 489

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