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Posted by: John Clarke Date: July 13, 2000 at 09:18:23
In Reply to: LYMAN/PERRY? or LYMAN/STEVENS connection by Della Yocum of 1041

I'm interested in your GROSVENOR connection. Any chance these people are from Fairfax, Franklin, VT, Stockton, Chautauqua County, NY or their surroundings ca. 1825? I have a Nathan GROSVENOR (1796-1846) that married a Catharine M. (1799 -1883) that we know nothing about. Could she have been a LYMAN? Another person has mentioned LAMAN but it could have been LYMAN.


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