Lorenzo Dow Watson


By Daniel Clark Watson, Jr and Alma Gertrude Watson McGregor. A story of Lorenzo Dow Watson searched by his son Daniel Watson.   His purpose in writing the story is to acquaint his progeny with his character, his firm belief in the Gospel of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and his vast accomplishments in his short life of fifty-one years.  This is an unbiased and factual account of Lorenzo’s life coming from various sources such as records, letters, and photographs, his cattle brand, events of his Civil War Days in 2nd Regiment, Cavalry, Company ‘L’ under Captain Baily and Lieutenant Fessender. His American ancestors, parents: David Watson, Jr. and Susan Pendexter Day in Limerick, Maine. Lorenzo was the seventh generation in America.  Sarah Melissa Clark daughter of Daniel Porter Clark and Sarah Melissa Hakes. Emily Adeline Crane b 06 June 1855 to George Crane and Emily Sabey.  Interesting and well written mentioning many other pioneer families.  266 Pages

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