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Re: Charles Augustus Lyman 1860
Posted by: h voigt (ID *****8669) Date: April 12, 2007 at 19:58:21
In Reply to: Charles Augustus Lyman by Patricia Anderson of 1041

This is a long time after your 2003 Genealogy forum posting but if this reaches you... I have a Charles Augustus Lyman in my family tree, but he was born around 1815. He was the son of Isaac Lyman of York, Maine (1775-1824) and Lucretia Pickering of Portsmouth, NH (1778-?). Isaac was an attorney in York. Charles Augustus Lyman was the 7th of their 10 children. All I know about him is that he married Elizabeth Hollingsworth and they had four children, including a Charles. He might have been the Charles Augustus you're looking for, since he could have been born anywhere around 1835-60. Or, if he was born near the early end of that range, he could in turn have had his own son Charles born in the 1860-70 range.


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