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Re: Jay John and Christopher Lymburner
Posted by: Anne Lymburner Date: January 19, 2001 at 14:56:20
In Reply to: Re: Jay John and Christopher Lymburner by Marlene of 246

Hi Marlene:
Are you asking me, or telling me, that there are Lymburners at Elcho cemetery? I know for sure that my grandparents, Matthias Elmore Lymburner (1865-1929) and Mary Emily(nee Vaughan 1864-1943)are buried there. I do not know what other Lymburners, if any are buried there. We must be talking about the same place. I only knew it as Elcho (a village, I thought). I was there once about 50 yrs ago. All I remember is a country crossroad, a church and a cemetery in the churchyard. I guess it's also possible that it was a Vaughan family cemetery as in my grandmother's maiden name and Vaughan Rd. Would appreciate very much knowing the name of the church if you have this info. Thanks.


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