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Re: George Lyman, 1792, m. Laura Wadsworth
Posted by: Bill Lyman Date: March 28, 2001 at 15:51:52
In Reply to: George Lyman, 1792, m. Laura Wadsworth by Walter Nieber of 1041

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Descendants of George Lyman


Generation No. 1

       1. George13 Lyman (Israel12, Zadoc11, John10, John9, John8, Richard7, Henry6, John5, Henry4, Thomas3, John2, Saloman1) (Source: Julia E. LYMAN, and Lyman COLEMAN, Lyman Genealogy, p 274 Ref # 309.) was born December 13, 1792, and died April 14, 1866 in Ellington, Ct.. He married Laura Wadsworth. She died January 19, 1872.
       
Children of George Lyman and Laura Wadsworth are:
       2       i.       Lorenzo W14 Lyman (Source: Julia E. LYMAN, and Lyman COLEMAN, Lyman Genealogy, p 274 & 297 Ref # 732.), born September 18, 1820. He married Sarah Williams October 30, 1844; died July 1858.

Notes for Lorenzo W Lyman:
Of Hadley, Ma.

Notes for Sarah Williams:
Of Huntington

       3       ii.       John Lyman, born April 17, 1822; died March 1, 1859. He married Julia A Smith Unknown; born Unknown.

Notes for John Lyman:
He was a farmer andlived in Amherst, Ma.

       4       iii.       Laura S Lyman, born November 19, 1823; died June 25, 1825.
       5       iv.       George Julius Lyman (Source: Julia E. LYMAN, and Lyman COLEMAN, Lyman Genealogy, p 274 Ref # 735.), born September 13, 1826. He married Pamelia Judith Taylor November 8, 1848 in Amherst, Massachusetts.

Notes for George Julius Lyman:
resided South Hadley, Ma.

       6       v.       Laura S Lyman, born July 6, 1828; died November 1838.
       7       vi.       Warren Israel Lyman (Source: Julia E. LYMAN, and Lyman COLEMAN, Lyman Genealogy, p 274 Ref # 737.), born October 19, 1830. He married Emeline Elizabeth Miller.

Notes for Warren Israel Lyman:
He was carpenter and joiner, and wagon maker. In 1861 at the call for 300,000 volunteers, after the peninsular campaign, he inlisted in the government sevice for three years; was in the battle of Fredericksburg, in which he was disabled, and was honorably discharged May 28 1862. In Nov., 1862 he removed to Springfield, Ma., and engaged in introducing the Independent Steam Engine, an ingenious and useful machine of his own invention.

Notes for Emeline Elizabeth Miller:
of Kensington, Ma., lived in Hadley and South Hadley.

       8       vii.       David Lyman (Source: Julia E. LYMAN, and Lyman COLEMAN, Lyman Genealogy, p 274 Ref # 738.), born August 7, 1835. He married Hattie Smith April 27, 1859.




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