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Two Thomas Lawrences[edit]

There were at least two prominent men of this name who served as Mayors of Philadelphia in the early to mid 1700s. One Thomas Lawrence (mayor) already has an article. Here's all I have on the second:

Preceded by
Attwood Shute
Mayor of Philadelphia
1758-1759
Succeeded by
John Stamper
Preceded by
Thomas Willing
Mayor of Philadelphia
1764-1765
Succeeded by
John Lawrence

This page lists a T.L. Sen. (certainly Senior) and T.L. Jr. as attending a dance assembly in the winter of 1748-49. (Also a John Lawrence, probably the prominent-surveyor father of this fellow.)

This page lists a T.L. as an early (1763) student of U. Penn, with the note "non-graduate".--BillFlis 11:24, 1 July 2007 (UTC)

weaver and connell?[edit]

why are there names not links? Kingturtle (talk) 18:21, 29 December 2008 (UTC)