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Re: Cornelius Lynch m. Katy Downer, Uniontown-PA
Posted by: Jennifer Hutchinson (ID *****6521) Date: September 28, 2005 at 10:49:06
In Reply to: Cornelius Lynch m. Katy Downer, Uniontown-PA by Lisa Pace of 6558

I don't have all of my Lynch papers with me right now, but I have that Cornelius Lynch was born 14 Nov 1738 the son of Ann Dabney. He married Catherine Downer born Jan 1744 and died 6 Nov 1841. She was the daughter of Jacob and Elizabeth Steiner or Stoner.

Their children were:
John Lynch born 5 Dec 1769
Jonathan Lynch born 17 Apr 1771
Elizabeth Lynch born 17 July 1775
Amelia Lynch born 24 Sep 1777 died 27 Jul 1866
Catherine Lynch born 25 May 1780
Charles Lynch born 15 May 1783
Anne Lynch born 9 Sep 1785
Daniel Perry Lynch born 11 Mar 1791 and died 15 May 1841.

This information came from the book "The Lynch Families of the Southern States". The book also mentions some land transactions for the mother Catherine in Nelson County, Kentucky. Then it looks like some of the family moved to Fairfield County, Ohio. I am a descendant of Elizabeth Lynch who married Samuel Matlock/Matlack in probably Uniontown, Fayette, Pennsylvania. Jonathan married Ruth Springer and both he and his family and Elizabeth and her family lived in Fairfield County, Ohio. I would be glad to get in contact with any other descendants.


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