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Updated May 5, 2005

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I am Researching the SLAWSON family, George Slawson, probably came to Massachusetts in 1636, from Southwark, Surry, England. Descendant line is: Richard Slawson, born 1585, Southwark, Surry, England; George Slawson, born between 1611-1617,
Southwark, Surry, England; Eliezer (Eleazer) Slason, born Feb. 9, 1643, Stamford, Fairfield County, CT; James Slason, born Feb.1681,in Bedford, Westchester County, NY; Elephalet Slason, born Nov. 28, 1703, in Stamford, Fairfield County, CT; Ebenezer Slawson, born July 25, 1742, in Stamford, Fairfield County, CT; Jonathan Slawson, born abt. 1799, in George Town, SC; John Slawson, born Aug. 13, 1837, in Lowndes County, AL; Charles Edward Slawson, born Dec. 29, 1885, in Simon, Love County, Indian Territory; Charlie Marvin Slawson, born March 18, 1918, in Marietta, OK; Charlotte Marie Slawson/Ayres.

In addition. I am researching the AYRES family, probably coming to the United States from England. Descendant line is: Russell J. Ayres, born about 1820, in Alabama; William Martin Ayres, born about 1846; James William Carroll Ayres, generally known as James William Ayres, born June 23,1867 near Denmark and LaFayette Springs, Mississippi; William Buford Ayres, born 1898 and (My self) Charles William Ayres. I have no information prior to Russell J. Ayres or any of his ancesters.

Any information would be appreciated.

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