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Re: Lymburner Burying Grounds
Posted by: Debbi St. Louis Date: December 09, 2000 at 20:06:24
In Reply to: Re: Lymburner Burying Grounds by Melissa Greco nee Munro of 246

Hi Melissa. Just got your message. New to this. I also have been to the Lymburner cemetery and to the Dochstader cemetery ( just down the road) hahaha. The guy that owns the property refused to let my husband and I enter any further onto his property as the township of west lincoln hadnt plowed his roadway, and he figured if enough of us complained, that they would clear"HIS" roadway and therefore would let us visit our ancestors. The only person that I can say visited the cemetery is Brenda Young who is an avid Lymburner researcher and when her book comes out, any Lymburner descendant that doesnt buy it has to be NUTS. Anyway, I know Mark Farr who replied to a few of these and (SORRY MARK) but this guy that owns the property knows both my maternal aunts which are direct descendants of the Lymburners (in fact one had a second marriage to a Lymburner descendant too) and he still refused to let me onto the cemetery, and as far as I can tell Mark is not a direct descendant so I dont know how he got onto the cemetery, and since he wont reply directly to me, I have no alternative but to mention it here. I wish you all the best, and if you do get there, let me know how it is. I would love to take pictures

Debbi


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