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Posted: 19 Aug 2000 6:00AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 11 Sep 2003 6:36PM GMT
I am looking for information on the LACEY (LACY) family in the Williamsburg County, SC census 1790 thru 1850.

WILLIAM LACY(LACEY) is in 1810 census with three sons less than 10 years of age and a daughter 10-16 years of age. These children should be James, Jonathan, William, and Elizabeth.

JAMES LACEY is in 1830 census with one male under 5 years of age, one female under 5 years of age, two females 5-10 years of age, and one female 30-40 years of age. These should be James' children: John M., Spininnah, Sarah Ann, and Mary Elizabeth; and James' wife RUTH HICKS LACEY.

JONATHAN LACEY is in 1840 census with one female less than 5 years of age and one female 20-30 years of age. These should be his daughter, Mary Elizabeth, and his wife, Susieannah.

The younger WILLIAM LACEY married SUSANNAH MCCLAM. Their family is listed in the 1850 Williamsburg County census with the following children: J.M., Solomon, Laney, Sarah, James, and Mary.

JAMES LACEY, his wife RUTH HICKS LACEY, and their seven children migrated from SC to Pulaski/Wilcox County, GA approx. 1840-1842.

JONATHAN LACEY also migrated to Pulaski County, GA (possibly at a later time than James' family) with his family but they returned to SC approx. 1850.

ELIZABETH LACEY married JAMES HARVEY GORDON and they also migrated to Pulaski/Wilcox County, GA.

There is also a John Gordon in the Williamsburg County, SC census. We are trying to determine if this John Gordon is related to the JAMES HARVEY GORDON who married ELIZABETH LACEY.

Also in the 1790 Williamsburg County census there is a SARAH LACEY listed as head of household with three females and there is a JAMES LACEY with two males up to 16 years of age, three males 16 years of age and older, and one female. We are looking for any information on these two families and any connection they may have to the LACEY (LACY) families listed above.

ANY information on any part of this family would be greatly appreciated.

Rod Lacey
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Rod_Lacey 19 Aug 2000 12:00PM GMT 
southern_fami... 26 Oct 2013 9:51PM GMT 
rodlacey 27 Oct 2013 1:12AM GMT 
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