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Re: Descendents of Richard Lyman born Essex, England died Hartford, CT (1640)
Posted by: Lynne Lyman (ID *****2130) Date: August 03, 2008 at 14:04:24
In Reply to: Descendents of Richard Lyman born Essex, England died Hartford, CT (1640) by Richard Goode of 1041

Hi Richard Goode - I have into of your Lt. Jonathan connection from Richard, original immigrant, B. 1580 High Ongar, England, D. 1640 Hartford, CT, Lt. Jonathan was ggrandson of original Richard (he's on my family tree circular)..., along w/6 other brothers, names/dates, some of whom deceased at young age.
I have the original family tree framed on my wall, it goes as far as through my ggrandfather Luke Chandler Lyman, then stops when whoever did it, was no longer able...of importance to you, it is a ROUND/circular family tree you have this?? and ONLY contains the males in the family - no females listed....but my Dad Luke did quite a bit of research in the library, in his 80's, and I have all the names of female children/as well as males, who came on the ship Lyon to America.....
Pls. email me directly (as above) rather than the Gen forum, which is pretty neglected, I have noticed...
Thanx, L P.S. Spelling needs to be corrected, it's not High Onger, according to my fam. tree it is High OngAR not ER...look forward to hearing to you!

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