Sarah D. Crane

ID # 353, (1827-1900)
BirthSarah D. Crane was born in 1827 at New Jersey. 
MarriageShe married John Purvis Lawrason, son of Thomas Lawrason and Charity Deneen, on 21 January 1846 at Gore District.

Source: See The Marriage Registers of Upper Canada / Canada West, Vol13, Gore District, 1842-1856, compiled by Dan Walker & Fawne Stratford-Devai, Global Heritage Press, 2000

Page 54 of this volume reads:

Marriages by Rev'd Samuel Fenton
Congregational Minister (p. 62)

John P. Lawreson, of Beverly, to Sarah Crane, of Glanford. 21 Jan 1846, by Licence. Rev. Fenton.
Wit. John Bates and Hester French.

 
MarriageShe married Andrew Warner on 27 April 1881 at Beverly Township, Wentworth County, Ontario.

Source: Marriage reg. 012311-81 Beverly Twp., Wentworth Co.
Andrew Warner, 60, widower, carpenter, Methodist Episcopal. Born Niagara, residing Guelph. Parents Matthew Warner and Louis (Lois?) Warner.
Sarah Lawrason, 54, widow, Methodist Episcopal. Born New Jersey, residing Beverly. Parents Thomas and Ann Crane.
Witnesses T. P. Lawrason and Ellen Lawrason.
On April 27, 1881, at Beverly, by Rev. James Webb.

 
DeathShe died on 11 April 1900 at Guelph, Wellington County, Ontario. 
BurialShe was buried at Troy Cemetery, Beverly Township. 
NoteA death registration was not found until it was realized that she had remarried. Her death registration under the name Warner isn't entirely informative, but the registration of her second marriage which shows T. P. Lawrason as a witness. This must be Thomas Picton Lawrason, her son. Andrew Warner had resided in Guelph and he and Sarah were married and they both finished up in Guelph. Sarah's years of birth and death are shown as 1827 - 1900 on her gravestone in Troy Cemetery.

Death reg. 028156-00 Guelph, Wellington County
Sarah Warner died April 11, 1900. Age 67. Residence Market Square. Housewife, widow. Born United States. Methodist. Physician and informant W. H. Lowry. 

Children of Sarah D. Crane and John Purvis Lawrason

Last Edited12 Jun 2017