Sarah Clayton Lawson Death
LAWSON, SARAH CLAYTON, a native native of Clayton, Alabama, and a long time resident of Montgomery, died on October 2, 2004 at her home. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, October 6 from St. John's Episcopal Church with burial following at Greenwood Cemetery, Brooks-Cargile Brooks-Cargile Brooks-Cargile directing. Pallbearers will be her nephews. Sarah Clayton Lawson was a graduate of St. Mary's Preparatory School, Raleigh, North Carolina, and the University of Alabama. Active Active In the social and cultural life of Montgomery and a member of St. John's Episcopal Church, she served on the Altar Guild and was president of the Women of the Church. She was a member of the ' Montgomery Junior League, Colonial Colonial Dames, Pandora and No Name Club literary societies, the Antiquarian Society, Literary Luncheon Luncheon Club and the Kappa Delta Alumnae Association. She was also a driver for Meals On Wheels. She was an artist and a member of Gallery Gallery One where her artwork is displayed. displayed. She was preceded In death by her parents, Justice and Mrs. Preston Copeland Clayton and her father-in-law, father-in-law, father-in-law, father-in-law, father-in-law, Justice Thomas S. "Buster" Lawson to whom she was devoted for many years. She is survived by her husband, Thomas Seay Lawson, Jr.; daughters. Rose Gunter Lawson and her husband David N. Knud-son, Knud-son, Knud-son, Irvington, New York, and Robin Lawson Scheuer and her husband John W. Scheuer, Nyack, New York, son, Thomas Seay Lawson III, and two grandchildren, Sarah Clayton Scheuer and Thomas M. "Buster" Scheuer. She Is also survived by her sisters, Isabel Williams, Andalusia, Alabanv a and Man Dixon, Eufaula, Alabama; Alabama; her brother, Preston C. Clayton, Clayton, Jr., Clayton, Alabama, numerous numerous nieces, nephews and cousins, Including her husband's family who accepted her as one of their most precious members, and many friends who showed their constant love and support before and during during her Illness. Any contributions In her memory may be made to St. John's Episcopal Episcopal Church or to the charity of your choice.