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Re: Matthew Lymburner of Canada
Posted by: Muriel Date: February 25, 2000 at 09:48:20
In Reply to: Re: Matthew Lymburner of Canada by Brenda Young of 246

Thanks again for your help.
If any of your researchers want a picture of Myra Lymburner's tombstone (1819 - 1905) I have it on digital camera.

Is Peter the oldest son of Robert? Does he die before Robert does? When was Peter born?

Thanks for the information on the pictures. I do not know of the book called the "Hunger Lake Explosion". I will try to find it. I do have the story as it occurred in the Huffman Geneology book. I also have a picture of Catherine from this old Photograph book. The Huffman family had a son who was friends with a local photographer and one of the Lymburner gilrs married a photographer so there are many pictures dating from the 1860's -1870's. However they are not labelled.
I appreciate you not giving out addresses over the Internet. I was just wanting to know if anyone could solve my photograph problems.
This Lot 9 of Con 13 is very confusing. On maps if the area it is left blank. I will have to check the land registry office to see if they have a record of who owned it from 1810 - 1870's.
For those researching the Winegardens they are on the 1858 and 1876 maps of Burford. The signatures of George, John and Adam Winegarden also appear of the Militia records for the War of 1812-1814. You can even get there signatures from the payroll lists.


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