Madelyn (Lawton) Lingenfelter Pedigree

(Start at generation 3, below.)



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Origin of the surname “Lawton:”







4   Edwin Lawton


1. Biographical notes:


Born .  Died .  Resided at Felts Mills, Jefferson County, New York.


2. Wife: (?) Smith


Born .  Died .  Daughter of Horace (d. abt. 1918) and Mary (?) Smith (b. 3 Jun 1866 at Three Rivers, Quebec, m. 8 Apr 1895, d. 5 Feb 1931, age 64, at home from complications of heart disease).  Of interest, Horace and Mary (?) Smith also had the following children: Mrs. Russell Cocagne, who resided at Philadelphia, New York in 1931; Mrs. Miner Baxter, who resided at Sterlingville, New York in 1931, and Walter S. Smith, who resided at Watertown, New York in 1931.


3. Children: (order uncertain)


a. Madelyn Lawton: See generation 3, below.


b. Daughter: Married Russell Cocagne and in 1931 resided at Philadelphia, Jefferson County, New York.


c. Daughter: Married Miner Baxter and in 1931 resided at Sterlingville, Jefferson County, New York.


3   Madelyn Lawton:


Born .  Died .  Married Vilas E. Lingenfelter, paragraph 3.a. of generation 3 of the Lingenfelter Annex on 8 September 1934.




Other unidentified Lawtons:


1. Milford J. Matty: Married Emma Myers and had the following daughter:


a. Flora M. Matty: Post Mistress of Evans Mills.


b. Daughter: Married Charles H. Lawton.



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