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Re: Lewis Pyron, bn late 1700's
Posted by: Linda Dye Date: December 20, 1998 at 21:14:06
In Reply to: Lewis Pyron, bn late 1700's by Sharon Riggins Pleasants of 494


William Daniel Pyron and Evie Berryhill were my ggrandparents. Ethel Pyron and Charles Simmons were my grandparents. I have accumulated much information on the Pyron, Berryhill, Vaughn, Coleman, and Edwards lines.

Louis Pyron and his 1st wife had a son William H. Pyron b.1804 who married Mary. Louis Pyron and his 2nd wife Polly (Mary) Harris (daughter of Matthew Harris) had 5 children:
1. Louis Harris Pyron b. 1818 married twice. 1st to Martha Ferguson and had 4 children. 2nd to Martha Vaughn and they had 5 children, one of which was William Daniel Pyron.
2. Mary Jane Pyron b.1812 married Samuel Barlow Berryhill. A son, Samuel Louis Berryhill married Mary Louise Edwards.
3. Lucy Pyron married Alexander Hill.
4. Mary Sarah Pyron b. 1806 married Alexander Payne.
5. Anna Pyron b. 1815 married Daniel C. Talley.

I have detailed information on these families but would appreciate seeing what information you have, especially for Mary Louise Edwards. Are you the daughter of George Lowry Riggins and Caroline Klinker?



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