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a. Note:   a -Bi-centennial Edition 1976 compiled by Mrs. Opal London Cox (page 142)
 Birth noted in LDS North Carolina IGI fiche page 15, 288
 (B = 06DEC1962; E = 31JAN1963SG; S = 10MAR1989WA; BATCH/FILM # = 8827705; SERIAL/SHEET = 16)
 St. James Church Historical Records 1737-1852 Vol. 1, pg 91
  Relationship to mother/Marriage noted in estate suit of William Ancrum Lord filed 28 Feb 1898 in New Hanover County, North Carolina
  1850 North Carolina census; at age 17 as a clerk in Wilmington, New Hanover County living with A.J. DeRossett, Jr.
 1880 SC census Rock Hill, York County reel T9-1243 page 437A
 1900 SC Soundex York Cnty, Rock Hill, Vol.52 ED 90 Sheet 51 Line 82
  History of St. Bartholomew's Parish 1833-1933, page 25,30
  Marriage noted in LDS North Carolina IGI fiche page 15, 288
 (S = 18MAR1981OG; BATCH/FILM # = M516026; SERIAL/SHEET = 1508)
  The Genealogy of the Sharpless Family, pub.1887, compiled by Gilbert Cope, page 950
 The Dictionary of North Carolina Biography, Vol.4 L-O edited by William S. Powell, Henry Adolphus London
  Marriage and Death Notices Rock Hill Herald 1880-1918 by Joseph Hart pg123
 Church of Our Savior, Rock Hill, South Carolina - Book 2 page 146 (burial)
 Laurelwood Cemetery, Rock Hill, South Carolina - Section 1 Lot 40
  Old Families of Rock Hill, South Carolina, Vol.2 (I-Z) pages 161-164
 Newspaper article "London House on Chatham Avenue Built Just After War Between States" - Evening Herald 2 Jun 1949. In clipping file at Rock Hill library #245Y - S.C. - Homes, Historic - York County
 City Without Cobwebs: A History of Rock Hill, SC by Douglas Summers Brown, c.1953, page 133, 187, 188, 228
 Rockingham Post Dispatch Vol.42 No.24 (23 April 1959) "Descendants of Secretary to Lord Tryon in Reunion"
  Rock Hill Herald 4 Jun 1904 page 3, col.1 - Obituary
 Rock Hill Record 3 Jun 1904 page 1 col. 3 - Obituary
 Rock Hill Record - 10 Jun 1904 page 1 col.5
 Rock Hill Herald - 15 Jun 1904 page 1 col. 2 -story of resolution passed by Vestry of Church of Our Savior to honor the recently deceased John Rutherford London
  The Episcopal Church of Our Saviour, Rock Hill South Carolina 1870-1976, pg 25 - noted as one of the founders of Our Savior, picture, pg 62 window memorial
  Laurelwood Cemetery, Rock Hill, South Carolina
 http://www.rhmaps.ci.rock-hill.sc.us/website/rh%5Fcem/
 Record 16 Grave File Data
 Occupants N
 Burial Receipt 111
 Burial Date 6/11/1904
 Burial Cost 0.01
 Misc Cost 0
 Amount Paid 0.01
 Deceased Name LONDON, JOHN R., SR.
 Burial Order# 111
  Family Records of Ancestors of Henry Adolphus London (the first) and Sally Margaret Lord (both of Wilmington, NC); compiled by Mrs Henry Armand (Bettie Jackson) London. No sources noted.
  United Daughters of the Confederacy- Kathryn London Stirk: Jefferson Davis Chapter/Orlando, Florida: William Lord London; Gen P M B Young Chapter/Cartersville, Georgia : Henry Armand London, Thomas Hill Haughton, John Robert Haughton, John Rutherford London
  'Footnote' documents prove material aid to the Confederate cause:
 Piedmont RR, Government transportation documents
 C.S. Nitre and Mining Service, voucher
 CSA, receipt
Note:   Birth date/spouse information from 200 Years of London Family in Americ


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