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Subject: Death Certificate of Joshua L. LOTT (scan of death certificate; 159 KB)
From: Kathleen Thayer
Date: 26 Sep 2003 GMT

I'm looking for Rena LOTT b. 1876-77 MS that married Jim JONES.

I ordered a death certificate for Joshua L. LOTT (born Oct. 3, 1859 in Thomasville, Fulton or Thomas Counties, GA - Feb. 14, 1936 in Valdosta, Lowndes County, GA; buried in Sunset Hill, Valdosta, Lowndes County, GA on Feb. 15, 1936) in my haste might not be my gparents. Parents listed are J. S. LOTT (born in Williston, Barnwell County, SC) and Caroline OWENS (born in Barnwell, Barnwell County, SC). Informant is Miss Indiana LOTT of Valdosta, Lowndes County, GA.

Joshua L. LOTT was a brick mason, married, and had resided at 401 Floyd Street. He died of heart disease and edema

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I have listed them as Rena Lott's parents on my tree. I hope some one reads this, that has Rena, too.

Kat Jones thayoakl@aol.com

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Chester Trent LOTT (1941-) Biographical Information

See Robert Walter LOTT' s SS-5 Form. He was born on September 16, 1918 and his parents were Robert Wilton LOTT and Alice GILL. I was trying to find my Robert Lamar LOTT and got this fellow instead. Robert Lamar LOTT may have been killed in a tornado in the 1920's.


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Coat of Arms

Lott Coat Of Arms as painted by Pamela Ashworth Puryear of Navasota, Texas.  [CoatLOTT.jpg]

 

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Bill Lehmann <Chilibill4@aol.com> sent this Lott Coat Of Arms to John Barron's "LOTT Circle" mailing list. Bill wrote: 

... Lott Coat Of Arms as painted by Pamela Ashworth Puryear of Navasota, Texas. Pamela is a descendant of Robert A. Lott, who settled at Washington-On-The-Brazos, Texas. He was a brother of John Lott, the Commissary for Austin's Colony and the Republic Of Texas.

Pamela explains the design as the Lott Coat Of Arms, Devonshire, England. The illustration, she says is of a "Argent, a double headed eagle displayed sable. Crest: a talbot's head erased of the first."

Yours to share for what it's worth.

 

"Pam", Pamela Ashworth Puryear dropped me a note to correct the description of the Coat of Arms (that I had listed above) and to say that John LOTT our Immigrant who purchased land in St. George's Parrish, Georgia in the 1750's and 1760's, who signed himself, "John Lott, gentleman ..." In that age, this did not mean he helped little ladies across the street and dressed well. It meant he bore coat armor. These are the arms recorded for the family in Devonshire, England.


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