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Date Posted:

03-Feb-2014  

Surname(s):

LAW OR LAWS  

Query Text:

I have qualified my wife for Daughters of the American revolution using the name David Laws as her Patriot whose ancestry connection began under the name Law, later changed to Laws in WALES or perhaps after emigrating to Virginia on/about 1702 in Virginia, moving later to Wilkes County, N.C., living after that time in various states, ie. Missouri, South Carolina and perhaps also in Indiana, Pennsylvania, Perhaps again in Virginia, etc. I have also discovered these lines to perhaps also to have gone thru these various just mentioned states. TO QUALIFY ME FOR COLONIAL DAMES,HER LINEAGE MUST GO THROUGH AN ANCESTOR WHO PERFORMED SERVICE OR SERVICES TO ASSIST THE FORMATION OR SUCCESS IN THE FORMATION OF THE "COLONIES". TO DATE I HAVE NOT FOUND SUCH AN ANCESTOR IN ANY OF HER LINES WHO PERFORMED SUCH SERVICES FOR THE COLONIES. MY QUESTION IS CAN ANYONE FIND SUCH A PERSON IN HER LINEAGE THRU THE NAMES OF LAW OR LAWS, TEAGUE, WILLIAMS, YOCUM, WILSON, CUNNINGHAM, OR DEVEREAUX
   

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