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Felix Lynn, Upper Milford, Lehigh, PA c. 1820
Posted by: kerlyn2001 (ID *****4252) Date: March 23, 2011 at 08:22:41
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I need help tracing ancestry of Felix Lynn (abt 1778 - 1858?) who is listed on
the Upper Milford, Lehigh, PA census in 1820 as "Fellix Lynn". I believe he is
the ancestor of several Lynns who are later (after 1830) found in Huntingdon
and Bedford Counties.

Fellix Lynn is NOT to be confused with Felix Lynn listed on the Lower Saucon,
Northampton, PA census in 1820. However, they may have had a common
ancestor. Any help would be greatly appreciated. As I said, I believe Fellix
is the person who moves west and is found listed (perhaps as Frederick Felix
Lynn) on the 1830 Hopewell, Huntingdon, PA census. He appears to be the
first Lynn in this township.

I am also interested in locating the burial sites for Felix, Elijah, Nicholas,
Solomon, or David Lynn, most likely in Bedford or Huntingdon Counties.

Thanks, -K-


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