The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 68, July 1964 - April, 1965 Page: 52
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52 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
rence Chapel in the home of his daughter, Mrs. H. I. Layne, who
had remained in Texas because of her previous marriage. The
other children stayed in California after his return. Lawrence
died on October 2, 1878, at the Layne home and was buried in
Lawrence Chapel cemetery.37
Soft-spoken, generous, proud, loyal to friends and family, but
quick to anger and restless under restraint, Adam Lawrence was
the embodiment of the pioneer type that characterized Texas in
the mid-nineteenth century. Of his courage and daring there is
no need to speak further.
8The will of Adam Lawrence was probated at Georgetown, Texas, in 1879 (MS.,
Probate Records of Williamson County, County Clerk's Office, Georgetown).
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