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Re: Harriet Lyman, abt 1817, CT
Posted by: Dorothy Holcomb (ID *****2025) Date: December 24, 2003 at 06:52:16
In Reply to: Harriet Lyman, abt 1817, CT by Louise Bedrosian of 1041

My ancestors are George Saunders and Harriet Lyman. George can be traced from Coventry, Ct. However, I lose him until he has a son, Charles, b. 1857 in Maine. His first wife is Lydia Jane Libby b. Maine. His Civil War records said he enlisted in Lawrence, Mass. Dec. 30, 1863. In Co. B 59, Mass. Vol. Inf. He was wounded in the "Battle of the Wilderness" in VA. 1864. He is listed in the 1870 census living in Taunton, Mass.
He then lives in Palmer, Mass. with wife, Lydia, who dies in 1887. He marries Emma Jane Arnold in 1888 East Longmeadow, Mass. They have five children:
Ruben b. 1889 - Arven b. 1890 - Clifford b. 1893 - Estella b. Abt. 1895 d. abt 1896 - Lottie b. 1899.
They moved to Springfield, Mass. where George dies in 1916. He is buried in Palmer, Mass.
I am trying to find out where Harriet Lyman died. Not Palmer. Mass.or Springfield, Mass.Harriet may have been married to Flavel Lyman not Flavel Saunders in Coventry (Andover), CT. I am trying to make the conection in Andover. She did not die in Andover, CT. Dot Holcomb

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