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  • ID: I6647
  • Name: John Lawson IRWIN
  • Given Name: John Lawson
  • Surname: Irwin 1
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 29 Aug 1755 in Mecklinburg County, North Carolina 1
  • Death: 1 Jan 1822 in Washington County, Georgia 1
  • Emigration: Bef 1776 Georgia
  • Note: John was one of the first men to settle in Washington County, Georgia. 1
  • Event: Military Service 1776-1885 Georgia
  • Note: During the Revolutionary War, John served under his brother, General Jared Irwin, and was in command during the sieges of Savannah and Augusta.  John also participated in the battles of Briar Creek, Georgia, Camden, North Carolina and Black Swamp, South Carolina. 1
  • Change Date: 17 Oct 2004 at 19:26



    Father: Hugh IRWIN b: 1727 in Ireland
    Mother: Martha ALEXANDER b: Abt 1727

    Marriage 1 Rebecca SESSIONS b: 30 Mar 1753
    • Married:
    • Change Date: 17 Oct 2004
    Children
    1. Has Children Alexander IRWIN b: Abt 1795 in Washington County, Georgia
    2. Has Children Rhoda IRWIN b: Abt 1795 in Washington County, Georgia
    3. Has Children Nancy IRWIN b: Abt 1800 in Washington County, Georgia

    Sources:
    1. Title: Memoirs of Georgia
      Author: McCall,
      Page: Vol. III
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