Samuel Lawrence (revolutionary)
Maj. Samuel Lawrence fought at the Battle of Bunker Hill under Henry Farwell. Samuel served in the army for 3 and half years from 1775 to 1778, and rose within the U.S. Army to the rank of major. While in the army he married Susanna Parker on July 22, 1777. He was adjutant under General John Sullivan in the Battle of Rhode Island and served there until he retired from service in 1778. After the war, Lawrence returned to Groton, where he settled as a farmer.
- Luther Lawrence (1778–1839), who served as Mayor of Lowell, MA from 1838 to 1839.
- William Lawrence (1783–1848)
- Amos Lawrence (1786–1852)
- Abbott Lawrence (1792–1855)
- Samuel Lawrence (b. 1801), who was a business partner with his brother William
Luther died on April 17, 1839 when he fell into a wheel pit while showing a visitor around his mill.
- Amos Adams Lawrence (grandson)
- "Extracts From The Diary And Correspondence Of The Late Amos Lawrence; With A Brief Account of Some Incidents in his Life" Edited By His Son, William R. Lawrence M.D., published by Gould And Lincoln, BOSTON 1855.
- Butler, Caleb (1848). History of the Town of Groton: Including Pepperell and Shirley, from the First Grant of Groton Plantation in 1655. Press of T.R. Marvin. Retrieved 16 March 2018.
- Hunt, A.N., Freeman (1858). Lives of American Merchants, Vol. II. New York: Derby & Jackson. pp. 223–386. Retrieved 16 March 2018.
- Dr. Samuel A. Green, various books and articles on the history of Groton.
- Lowell Historical Society Website
- Vital Records of Groton. Published 1926.
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