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Descendants of Oliver Lyman
Generation No. 1
1. Oliver11 Lyman (Gad10, Oliver9, Gad8, John7, John6, Richard5, Henry4, John3, Henry2, Thomas1) (Source: Lyman Genealogy by Lyman COLEMAN, p 269 Ref # 630.) was born 1796 in Charlotte, VT. He married Ann Linberry 1823.
Notes for Oliver Lyman:
Removed to Ohio
Children of Oliver Lyman and Ann Linberry are:
2 i. Medad12 Lyman.
3 ii. Ambrose Lyman.
4 iii. William Lyman (Source: Lyman Genealogy by Lyman COLEMAN, p 270 Ch 8th Gen, p 291 Ref # 1061.), born September 9, 1828 in Tunbury, Oh.. He married Mary Hotchkiss Tailor in Mt. Gillard, Oh..
5 iv. Edward Lyman (Source: (1) Lyman Genealogy by Lyman COLEMAN, p 291 Ref # 1062., (2) Supplement to LYMAN GENEALOGY ,LYMAN, Margaret S., Middlefield, Ct. Jul 30,1995, p 354 Ref # C1062 1, Edwin in Coleman. Documents signed as Edward; copy of his Declaration for Original Invalid Pension signed as Edward. In contrast several documents not signed by him refer to him as Edwin. One document from the Adjutant General's Office reffered to him as Edward in one paragraph and Edwin a couple of paragrtaphs later. From: Jesse Ferdinan Lyman, 1612 Hillsboro Drive, Santa Maria, CA 93454.), born Abt. 1832 in Deleware Co., OH; died April 17, 1882 in Paulding Co., OH. He married (1) Sarah Ann Waterman February 22, 1852; born 1833; died April 28, 1870 in Wapakoneta, Auglaize Co., OH. He married (2) Caroline Stevens February 21, 1871 in Wapakoneta, Auglaize Co., OH.
Notes for Edward Lyman:
Marriage license for Edward LYMAN and Caroline STEVENS, dated 2/21/1871, Vol
3, page 605 was issued.
6 v. Wealthy Lyman. She married John Cook.
7 vi. Prudence Lyman.
Notes for Prudence Lyman:
lives in Henry Co., Ia.
8 vii. Sophia Lyman. She married Allen Echels.
Notes for Allen Echels:
Farmer in Morrow Co., Ia.
9 viii. Gad Lyman.
Notes for Gad Lyman:
Resides North London, Ia.
10 ix. Nancy Lyman.
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