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Re: John Lymburner m. Jennet Miller
Posted by: Carol-Jeanne Date: February 05, 2000 at 07:00:15
In Reply to: Re: John Lymburner m. Jennet Miller by Marlene of 246

I believe the John Lymburner who was "taken prisoner by the Americans at the seige of Penobscot, and was in close confinement on board the Brig Hazzard, in irons, was treated very severly for adhering to the British troops, etc." is John, the father of the John who died at Gibralter. When John gave his statement before Joseph Hibbert, JP on 12 May 1788, his son John would have been 15 years old.


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