Genealogy of the Cushing Family 2010

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An account of the Ancestors and Descendants of Matthew Cushing who came to America in 1638
Researching the Cushing families of England and Ireland who emigrated to Canada and the United States
Also including the Descendants of Maurice Cushing of County Kerry, Ireland
And the Descendants of Edward Cushing of County Cork, Ireland
Plus the Descendants of Pierre Courchesne of Paris, France

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  • ID: P16445
  • Burial: Aft 19 Feb 1882 Indian Lake Cemetery, Dowagiac, Cass, Michigan 1
  • Name: Lawrence A. Clapp
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: Mar 1820 in Lafayette, Onondaga, New York 2 3 4 5 6
  • Death: 19 Feb 1882 in Silver Creek, Cass, Michigan
  • Note:
    Lawrence A. Clapp came from LaFayette, Onandaga Co., NY, with his wife and daughter, now Mrs. Samuel Frost, of Pokagon, and purchased the farm on which he now resides in 1854. Mr. Clapp was married to Miss Lavina Cushing, of Oneida Co., NY, in 1849. Mr. Clapp improved his farm.
    The L. Clapp farm in Sec. 21, Silver Creek Twp, was listed as the S. Frost farm in a later map drawn between 1906 and 1917.
    CEMETERY:
    Lawrence A Clapp


    Sources:
    1. Births and Deaths, Silver Creek twp., Cass Co., MI; Nancy Corwin,
    Text: Moses and Emily Clapp listed as Lawrence's parents on his death record.
    2. Indian Lake Cemetery Burial List
  • OBJE:
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  • Title: lawrence_a_clapp
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  • FORM: htm
  • Title: Lawrence A. Clapp (1820 - 1882)



    Father: Morris Clapp b: 1791 in Lafayette, Onondaga, New York
    Mother: Emily Wilder b: 1793 in Lafayette, Onondaga, New York

    Marriage 1 Lavina Cushing b: 30 Jun 1822 in Deerfield, Oneida, New York
    • Married: 1849 in New York
    Children
    1. Has No Children Mary A. Clapp b: 1852 in Lafayette, Onondaga, New York

    Sources:
    1. Title: Findagrave.com
      Note:

      Page: Indian Lake Cemetery, Dowagiac, Cass, Michigan
    2. Title: 1850 US Census
      Note:

      Page: Lafayette Twp, Onondaga, New York
      Note:
      Text: 1850 US Census: Lafayette Twp, Onondaga, New York Clapp, Lawrence, 30, farmer, $4,950 real est., NY Lovina, 28, NY Richardson, Milo, 17, NY, in sch.
    3. Title: 1870 US Census
      Note:

      Page: Silver Creek, Cass, Michigan
      Note:
      Text: 1870 US Census: Silver Creek, Cass, Michigan Clapp, Lawrence, 50, farmer, NY Lavina, 48, keeping house, NY Mary A., 18, NY, in sch. note: Warren H. Cora (Cory) at res. 105
    4. Title: 1880 US Census
      Note:

      Page: Silver Creek, Cass, Michigan
      Note:
      Text: 1880 US Census: Silver Creek, Cass, Michigan Larence CLAPP Self M Male W 60 NY Farmer MA MA Leavina CLAPP Wife M Female W 57 NY Keeping House NY CT
    5. Title: History of Cass Co., MI
      Author: Alfred Matthews
      Publication: Chicago: 1882; Evansville: Unigraphic, 1971
      Note:

      Page: pg 362-363
    6. Title: Meachum Family
      Author: Virginia Meachum
      Publication: Rootsweb.com
      Note:

      Page: x

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