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Re: Lymburner in North America
Posted by: J.F.Lymburner Date: June 24, 2000 at 12:12:15
In Reply to: Re: Lymburner in North America by Lynda Hickok of 246

I have a Ferreol Aristide Lymburner1869-1940, son of Ferdinand Lymburner 1832-1898. Your Ferreol would be the right age to be his son. If that is the case, your ancestor would be Matthew Lymburner 1757-1842 who lived in Quebec. Not the same man as Matthew of Maine and Ontario. Ferdinand Lymburner born in St.Stanilas, Lower Canada (now Quebec) Married Angèle Guyard-de-Fleury, The granddaughter of a french Baron.
They moved to the Chicago area and raised their family there. the descendants are spread all the way to California.


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