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Sorry for the remotest sardony (and you cut me down to size, it would not be the first time I had tried to make a joke, but been wrong and so joke's on me)
"Lawrence married, three times. By first marriage, Lawrence had at least one son, Edward. The second marriage, in West Bradford, Nov. 18, 1668, to Anne, daughter of John Hill and widow of Edward Alymer, of Claydon County, Suffolk. Ann was buried at Horringer Suffolk, 1665."
Tim Burton's the corpse bride appears... prophetical
No seriously, I appreciate all the work done, this is my ancestor greatly removed - I have no head for history, I like to be able to speak without double-checking every single thing. Of course, his first wife could have been called Anne, but it's confusion based on what's there.
Thanks for the humorous take on the typo. 1665 has been corrected to 1669 in both the Wiki article and the reference <http://vanarsdaleleefamilyhistory.blogspot.com/2012/03/our-womacksenglishwomacks-genealogy-1st.html> — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2601:204:CC01:27BE:2988:3E5F:728C:CED4 (talk) 02:39, 4 September 2015 (UTC)