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Re: Mathew and John Lymburner
Posted by: Brenda Young Date: February 13, 2000 at 15:53:57
In Reply to: Re: Mathew and John Lymburner by Marlene of 246

The tombstone in Maine to John and Jean was erected by either a granddaughter or a great-granddauther. It states that he was 80 years old when he died. That is where all of this came from. We all know family stories. Grandpa was this old when he died. Which grandpa? I find it unlilely that all of the [John Lymburner of Dundonald] children were baptised about two years apart whens they were in their fourties. They were young children when they were baptised.

I do not believe that two seniors marrying young girls and having young families, could of possibly run a mill and cleared as much land.


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