Funeral of John Lawrence. Funeral services for John Lawrence, who died of heart disease on Sunday at Southampton, L. I., were conducted at noon yesterday by the Rev. Daniel W. Morehouse In All Souls' Church, Fourth Avenue and Twentieth Street. He read the Unitarian liturgy. The church was thronged. There were many floral tributes. A cross of roses and lilies of the valley rested on the coffin. The chief mourners were Mrs. Lawrence, the widow, and Miss Lawrence and Miss Ethtl Lawrence, daughters. The pall bearers were Stephen Van Rensselaer. Franklin Bartlett, John McLean Nash. C. A. Seward James Montgomery, Van B. Davis, J. G. K. Duer, J. De Forrest Grant. Frederick S. Tallmadge. and Frank A. Otis. Lafayette Post, No. 140. G. A. R., was represented by D. M. Knight. James L. Bayea. Joseph Banks, Oscar Dusenbury, D. Moran. Benjamin Lodor, A. N. Marvin, J. C. Long, and H. Herkener. There was a delegation from ' the ' Sons of the Revolution. The Broadway Bank, in which Mr. Lawrence was interested, was represented by F. A. Palmer, President: F. P. Furnald. James Talcott. and Joel Fisher. Others present were John K. Van Rensselaer. William Schermerhorn. George Greer, A. E. Gautry. and John Lafarge.- -- The burial was In the family vault at Greenwood.