ID # 359, (1873-)
|Father||Sydney S. Lawrason (1848-1931)|
|Mother||Phoebe Elizabeth Coleman (1849-1917)|
|Birth||Floyd Lawrason was born in 1873 at Blenheim Township.|
|Marriage||He married Jeanie Bain on 2 March 1898 at Paris, South Dumfries Township, Brant County.|
Mrge reg. 003137-98 Paris, Brant County
Floyd G. Lawrason, 26, bachelor, farmer, born Blenheim, residing St. George. Parents Sidney (Lawrason) and Phoebe Coleman.
Jeanie Bain, 26, spinster, born Scotland, residing Paris. Parents Robert (Bain) and Agnes Allison.
On March 2, 1898, at Paris, by Rev. E. Cockburn.
Witnesses Jessie Bain of Paris and Ellery J. Warner of Guelph.
The registration provides Jean with an initial, but it is illegible. There is a village of Scotland in Brant County, however, going by Jean's burial information, it appears that she was born in Scotland the country.
|Marriage||He married Eva M. Kennedy on 1 November 1921 at Detroit, Wayne Co., Michigan.|
Familysearch.org provides us with the following marriage registration.
221262 Wayne County
Date of license October 27, 1921
Floyd G. Lawrason, 49, born Canada, residing Detroit. Stock clerk. Father Sidney, mother Phoebe Coleman. Married previously once.
Eva M. Kennedy, 45, born Michigan, residing Lelington (?), Michigan. Saleslady. Father Thomas H., mother Jennie Williams. Not previously married.
Marriage date November 1, 1921, at Detroit, by Chas. Wm. Collinge, clergyman. Witnesses Henry T. Bottomley and Jennie Francis, both of Detroit.
We do not presently know the name of Floyd's first wife.
|Note||Floyd and Eva are at Detroit in the 1930 census. There is no evidence of children. According to Phoebe's obit dated 1917, Floyd was living at that time in Detroit.|
|Last Edited||15 Jun 2016|