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Re: Lymburner's in Canada
Posted by: Mary Parsons Welch (ID *****1293) Date: November 10, 2002 at 11:35:39
In Reply to: Re: Lymburner's in Canada by Sharon Lyons of 246

My great great grandmother's name is Mary Munro. Her mother is a Lymburner from Montreal. I have found an Agnes Adelaide Lymburner, daughter of Matthew Lymburner and Adelaide Evans married to a James Munro. Agnes died at 45 according to records. My grandmother's parents were both killed when she was young in a runaway cart accident, and although there was family in the area, she was put out with a woman who was paid by the family to take care of her. When she was much older she recieved notification that there was an inheritance in Scotland from the Lymburners if she chose to go to Scotland to claim it. She did not.I show Agnes and James with a daughter Victoria. By coincidence, Mary named one of her daughters Victoria. Mary married Jean Baptiste Many, and the family eventually moved to Troy, N.Y. Could she be a half-sister of Marcel?


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