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came to Woodstock Windham Co. Conn, theire these seven brothers
bot farms and settled. Theire names I don't know. From the Seven
Brothers all the Lyons in the United States are said to have desended.

I suppose it was as far back as the Indinan War that my great
grand father Belonging to a Cavlry Company heard a Discharge of Mus-
quetry and with Curage that New No fear went to Reconoitre. A
sharp Report a horse without a Rider soon told his fate, his name
I think was Aaron Lyon. A Blacksmiths shop in 1780 Covered the
spot where the Ashes of the hero lay. The care of the family then
fell to my grand father Jonathan Lyon. He married Rebecca Corbin
and they raised a Large family. The youngest children, Hannah,
Nancy, Moses and Corbin were schoolmates at Woodstock Academy
with governor Marcey of this State. My father's name was Elisha.
He and his Brother Abel came to Milford, N. Y., 1790. The town was
then an unbroken wildernes. My uncle Jonathan (Vol. I, No. 451)
was Colonel in the Windham Regiment and went down to Stonington
in 1812. We claim as of our line General Lyon who was killed at
Springfield Mossiri.

The story of our foreign Birth I Learned from My Mother whose
name previous to her marriage was Rebecca Clark, a woman of high
culture, born in pomfret near Putnam's Wolf Den. My father came
from Woodstock to Milford about 1789 with his ax and his Brother
Abel, bot 200 acres and chopt til July then went back to Woodstock



A LYON FAMILY TRADITION 435

to work in haying the next March with 2 yoke of Oxen, a wood sled,
mother, a baby boy, a few articles of goods they began life in Mil-
ford. * * my great grand father was returning from providence with
his cart and oxen heavily loaded when he met governor Trumbul
in his coach, the governor thought the yeoman would turn out and
the man with the Lyon Blood said No. the governor said whoa But man
with the Lyon Blood In him said goalong Buck and the governor was in
the Dirt.

In the war of the Revolution my grandfather was old enough to
have been a Soldier But was prevented By a Broken Limb making him
a Cripple for life.

[The foregoing in an interesting blending of heroic myth, legendary
history and personal reminiscence. One can hear in it the ipsissima
verba of that good mother of his, Rebecca Clark.]



ERRATA.

Page 11, line 19 — For Grancurt, read Grancourt.

Page 12, line 11 from bottom. — For Co., Lincoln, read co. Lincola.

Page 21, line 10 — ^For Prestwick, read Prestwich.

Page 24, line 10 from bottom, also page 26, line 21. — Capitalize
tbe word "memorial."

Page 45, line 19 — For m. John Willson, read: m. 1st. Joseph Sted-
well; m. 2nd. John Willson.

Page 47, line 9 — For Hakaliah read Hachaliah. The spelling
Hacaliah in lines 1, 8 and 29 is that of the original record.

Page 48, No. 27 — For m. Close, read m. Thomas Close.

Page 50, line 2 — ^For Hubby, read Hobby.

Page 53, line 17— For No. 13, read No. 16.

Page 54, line 9 from bottom— For 1870, read 1670.

Page 56, footnote — Add after Samuel Lyon: also Mary, wife of
John Lyon.

Page 58, No. 99 — Add after David Husted: See Appendix, Note
21.

Page 58, No. 102 — Query: what Israel Lyon could this have been?
Surely not No. 91.

Page 60, No. 105 — For Martha Miller, read Maria Miller.

Page 63, No. 156 — For Jonah Maynard, read Isaiah Maynard.

Page 63, No. 157 — For Hackaliah, read Hachaliah.

Page 63, No. 159— Add: m. Theall.

Page 65, No. 59 — Add: Mary Miller was sister of Hannah Miller
who married Samuel Lyon, No. 31. The will of Abraham Miller
mentions Mary, wife of John Lyon. The suggestion that Joshua Lyon
of Greenwich 1840 was a son of John Lyon is gratuitous; it is alto-
gether probable that this Joshua was No. 143.

Page 69, line 3 from bottom — For Harrison's purchase, read Harri-
son's Purchase. The will of Thomas Marsh was dated April 14, 1770.

Page 70, No. 230— Add: See page 306.

Page 70, No. 76 — In lines 7 and 8, read: He married second (bond
Feb. 7, 1770) Phebe Green.



ERRATA 437

Page 72 — Lines 10 and 11 have been transposed.

Page 74, No. 261 — James Lyon married possibly Martha Banks,
daughter of John and Deborah (Newman) Banks.

Page 75, No. 91 — In line 10 of the paragraph, for Joshua, read
Jonathan; see page 336.

Page 75, No. 275 — For Coles Giddings, read Coles Golding.

Page 75, No. 93 — The statement that this David Lyon served in
the Revolution with rank of Captain in the First New York Regiment,
is an error. Capt. David Lyon was of the family of Henry Lyon of
Newark; he was son of Samuel* [SamueP, SamueP, Henry*]. See Vol.
II, page 99, where he is No. 174; also page 247, where he is No. 2173.

Page 76, No. 287 — The 287 should have an asterisk; see page 106.

Page 76, No. 288 — For m. Valentine, read m. Benjamina

Valentine.

Page 77, No. 305 — For m. Hannah Park, read m. Hannah Parks.

Page 78, No. 321 — ^For Sarah, read Mary.

Page 80, No. 143 — It seems probable that it was this Joshua who
was a Revolutionary war pensioner in 1840, residing, according to the
record, in Greenwich.

Page 82, No. 365 — For Sheerwood, read Sherwood.

Page 83, No. 164— Daniel Lyon died May 11, 1824, ae. 78 y. 1 m.
22 d. (G. R.); this would make the date of his birth March 19, 1746.
He was buried in the Lyon plot in Cemetery at North Coscob, south of
the school house. Betsey, his second wife, died March 16, 1837, ae.
80 y. 1 m. 8 d. (G. R.).

Page 83, No. 389 — Jerusha was born March 24, 1786 [possibly
there were two of the name, the first dying in infancy] ; died Oct. 30,
1858. Her husband, Moses Husted was her own cousin. No. 396.

Page 83, No. 390-HRebecca was born 1795; died July 7, 1832, ae.
37 (G. R.); unm.

Page 83, No. 391— Daniel was born Aug. 24, 1797, died April 5.
1860, ae. 62 y. 7 m. 12 d. (G. R.).

Page 83, No. 396— Moses Husted died June 20, 1842. ae. 64 y. 6
m. 1 d. (G. R.); he married second his cousin Jerusha Lyon, No. 389.

Page 89, No. 482— Merritt Lyon married his cousin EUizabeth
Merritt, No. 488.



438 EKRATA

Pag€ 92, No. 526 — For Tottem, read Totten.

Page 93, No. 219— Sarah Lyon received land by will of her ma-
ternal grandfather Thomas Marsh of Harrison's Purchase; will dated
April 14, 1770.

Page 94, No. 548i— ^The number should have an asterisk.

Page 95, No. 243 — Roger Park married first No. 239, cousin of
Sarah, but she is said to have been living in 1905; either there is an
error in the record, or "tandem" bigamy was not unknown a century
ago.

Page 96, No. 571 — ^Date of Rachel's birth is given, rather improb-
ably, as July 25, 1814.

Page 99, No. 260 — The name of Samuel's wife is also given as
Mapylit Miller.

Page 99 — The two lines at the bottom of the page have been mis-
placed; where they belong is not apparent.

Page 100, line 5 — ^This line also is out of place, but the error is
obvious.

Page 101, line 4 — For Rhynbeck, read Rhinebeck.

Page 105, No. 703 — Eliminate this record. Alvah was son of
Israel, not Spardon; see No. 687.

Page 105, No. 381 — In line 4 of the paragraph, for Enoch, read
Ephraim.

Page 105, No. 282— For ABGAIL, read ABIGAIL.

Page 107, line 1 — On page 76 it is stated that Elizabeth Lyon mar-
ried Israel Jacobs; the name here, Cornelius, may be a transcriber's
error.

Page 108, No. 728 — ^For Julia Lawson, read Julina Lawson.

Page 112, No. 778 — Query: which is correct, Hannah Wood, as
given here, or Harriet Wood as on page 167?

Page 112, No. 779— For Van Kluck, read Van Kleek.

Page 114, No. 812 — For Beckman, read Beekman.

Page 123, No. 391— Daniel Lyon was born Aug. 24, 1797 and died
April 5, 1860, ae. 62 y. 7 m. 12 d. (G. R.). His will was dated Jan. 1,
1859 (?). He was buried in the Lyon plot, in cemetery at North



ERRATA 439

Coscob. Hannah Holly was born Dec. 22, 1792, died April 16, 1837, ae.
44 y. 3 m. 25 d. (G. R.).

Page 123, No. 923— Lucius H. Lyon died Aug. 27, 1853 (G. R.).

Page 123, No. 925— Hannah M. Lyon was born April 18, 1826, died
March 13, 1905 (G. R.).

Page 123, No. 927— Sarah F. Lyon (born 1827?) died Dec. 21, 1884
(G. R.) ; she married Henry M. Breese, born Nov. 7, 1829, died Sept. 10,
1870 (G. R., North Coscob) ; a son of Henry M., Harry L. died in in-
fancy.

Page 123, No. 929— Mary E. Lyon died Nov. 13, 1846, ae. 12 y. 10
m. 26 d. (G. R., North Coscob).

Page 126, No. 423 — Insert before record of children the rubric:

Children of Frederick P. and Hannah (Lyon) Stevenson:

Page 127, No. 975 — For Daniel Sturges, read Daniel L. Sturges.

Page 127, No. 984 — ^For Danied Haight, read Daniel Haight.

Page 129, No. 1018 — For Amanda Miller, read Amanda A. Miller.

Page 131, No. 1057 — For Christian Morgan, read Christian D.
Morgan.

Page 136, No. 1123— For Carolina, read Caroline.

Page 139, No. 531 — In line 4 of the paragraph, for Hog Pen Bridge,
read Hog Pen Ridge.

Page 141, No. 1170 — For Jennie C. Sutton, read Jemima C. Sutton.

Page 142, No. 571 — Rachel Lyon was born July 25, 1814, and died
Feb. 20, 1882; buried in Fairview cemetery, Chappaqua. She married
James R. Conklin, born April 1, 1811, died April 15, 1859.

Page 143, No. 1194 — Mary H. Conklin was born July 23, 1835 and
died March 16, 1888; she married Isaac L. Armstrong.

Page 146, No. 1243 — The number should have an asterisk.

Page 147, No. 1251 — ^The number should have an asterisk.

Page 150, No. 1288 — ^For Slaatsburgh, read Staatsburgh.

Page 158, line 6 from bottom — For children of Elihu and Freelove.
read children of John and Freelove.

Page 159, line 2 — For Greenville, read Granville,



440 ERRATA

Page 159, No. 1400— William Gifford Kirby was born Jan. 26, 1829
(not 1828), and died April 21, 1907, in Kalamazoo, Mich., at the home
of his daughter, Mrs. Henry U. Upjohn. In line 7 of the paragraph, for
Henry D. Upjohn, read Henry U. Upjohn; in line 11 for Stodard, read
Standard.

Page 159, line 13 from bottom — ^Edward Kirby was born Jan. 13,
1888 and died Jan. 16, 1888.

Page 160, line 3— Dr. Henry D. Jones res. (1906) Duluth, Minn.;
his son Henry E. Jones is now (1907) in the Custom House, New York
City.

Page 160, No. 1409 — For Northrup, read Northrop.

Page 167, No, 778 — For Glen Ridge at end of paragraph, read
Glenridge, N. J.

Page 168, line 9 (also line 3 from bottom) — For Ann Arbor, read
Ann Arbor, Mich.

Page 172, line 3 from bottom — ^For Tuckaboe, read Tuckahoe.

Page 178, No. 902 — In line 3 of the paragraph, also under No. 1623,
for King Ferry read Kings Ferry.

Page 182, line 6 from bottom — For Walton, read Walter.

Page 196, No. 1164— The number should read 1164b.

Page 209, line 4 from bottom — Omit comma after N. Y.

Page 217, No. 2110 — Hiram Lyon who married Hulda Ireland was
widower of her sister Laura. The parentage of Hiram has not been
ascertained.

Page 217, No. 2115 — For Arthur Doolittle, read Arthur Miles Doo-
little (No. 2085).

Page 221, line 10 from bottom — ^For Stamfordville, read Stanford-
ville.

Page 227, No. 2205— For Gurley, real Greeley.

Page 256, line 2 from bottom — For Wadena, read Wadena, Minn.

Page 241, line 8 — For Mary , read Mary Brundage; after

Nathaniel Lyon Husted, insert (No. 1596).

Page 425, line 7 from bottom — For Schagticooke read Schaghti-
coke.




CyC^ ^ /^ - O^ ^ C^'i'^



ADDEISTDA TO SUPPLEMENT TO VOL. 11.

Page 112, No. 376 — Isaac Miller, born 1743, was youngest son ot
Thomas Miller, who came to America from the north of Ireland about
1723 and settled near Logansville, N. J., and his wife, Margaret Wal-
lace, (b. 1693; d. 1785). Isaac Miller was a fuller by trade. He served
in the Revolutionary War. He died at Logansville, N. J., March 14,
1837.

Children of Isaac and Joanna (Halsey) MiUer:

I. Benjamin Halsey; b. LogansviUe, N. J.. July 23, 1773; m. Hannah Gobla;
d. Basking Ridge, N. J., Dec. 15, 1837.

II. Joseph; m. Rachel Lane.

III. Sarah; d. young.

IV. Jemsha; b. 1777; m. Jacob Mann. d. Succasunna. July IB, 1865.

V. Phebe; m. KItchell Bridge.

VI. Silas; b. 1784; m. 1st. Mary Hopkins; m. 2nd. Mary, widow of Rev.
Szra Day.

VII. Mary; m. John Lyon. No. 4G4, b. ; (sec p. S75 of this volume).

Page 215, No. 1466b. — Insert in list of children of Philip M. and
Anna A. (Crane) Marshall:

1870c. Ill, Harry Alfred.

On p. 390 read JOHN ALLEN [Elizabeth* (Cox).



Just as this volume is going to press, there comes the unwelcome
news that GEORGE HENDRICK LYON (No. 2046) died at his home at
Mt. Jewett, Pa., Friday, April 10, 1908, after a brief illness, of pneu-
monia. It is matter of sincere regret that he could not have lived to
see the completion of the memorial, in the progress of which he had
taken so keen and active an interest.



GENERAL INDEX.



I. LYON NAMES.



(Ludlow) (H«), 378, 384



Aaron (A"), 351
Aaron (A«), 352
Aaron (■<>), 368
Aaron (H«), 374, 401
Aaron (H?), 412
Aaron (T»), 74, 100, 417
Aaron (T«), 82
Aaron (W«>, 434
Aaron (W«), 352
Aaron of Sturbridge, 426
Aaron A. (T'), 14S
Aaron C. (T'), 129
Aaron Denman (T"), 255
Aaron M. (W), 348
Aaron W. (H?), 412



Abby (Block) (B?), 237

A!bby H. (Harrison) (H?), 412

Abby Jane (D, 136

Abel (H«), 368

Abel (T?), 417

Afbel (W»?), 340

Abel (W«), 434

Abel of Fulton Co. (S), 431

Abia (Webb) (T«), 82, 121, 311

Albia (T*), 121

Abiel (W), 341

Abigail (H*?), 363

Abigail (Ja*), 333

Abigail (T*), 57

.-ybigail (T»), 73

Abigail (T«), 104



The several Lyon families are designated by initials in parenthesis as
follows:

(A) Aaron Lyon of Sturbridge, Mass., probably belongs to (W).

doubt of family of (R).
(Ab) Abel Lyon of Fulton Co. N. Y. ; belongs to (S), and no
(E) Ebenezer Lyon of Canterbury, Conn.; probably belongs to

(W).
(O) George Lyon of Dorchester, Mass.

(Gr) William Lyon of Greenfield, Mass.; probably belongs to

(W).
(H) Henry Lyon of Newark, N. J.

(J) John Lyon of Scituate, R. I.; probably belongs to (H).

(Ja) James Lyon of Marblehead, Mass.

(James) Rev. James Lyon of Brookhaven, L. I. (from Ireland).
(Jn) Rev. John Lyon of Taunton, Mass.
(M) Matthew Lyon of Vermont (from Ireland).

(N) Nathaniel Lyon of Warren, Conn.; probably belongs to

<R).
(P) Peter Lyon of Dorchester, Mass.

(Penn) Pennsylvania Lyon families.
(Ph) Rev. Philip Lyon of Northampton, Mass.; probably either

of (W), (H) or (R).
(R) Richard Lyon of Fairfield, Conn.

(S) Samuel Lyon of Hartford, Conn.; probably belongs to (R).

(T) Thomas Lyon of Rye, N. Y.

(U) William Lyon of Unionville, N. Y. ; probably belongs to

(T).
(W) William Lyon of Roxbury, Mass.
(Wa) William Lyon of Wayne Co., N. Y. ; probably belongs to

(W); perhaps to (R) or (T).
(Wm) William Lyon of New Haven, Conn.

These initials, if in bold-face type, indicate lineal descendants, if in
light-face type, intermarriages with such descendants. In the index of
places, the initials are all in light-face type and merely indicate the
families having some association with the several places.

From the number of the generation, which follows the initial letter,
the date of birth of any individual may be approximately fixed, the second
generation born 1650-80. the third 1670-1720 (as extremes), the fourth
1700-50, the fifth 1740-95, the sixth 1765-1835, the seventh 1790-1865, the
eighth 1825-95, the ninth 1855-1905, the tenth 1875-19 — .



LYON NAMES



443



A'biga
Abiga
Abiga
Abiga
Abiga
Abiga
Abiga:
Abiga:
384
Abiga
Abiga
Abiga
Abiga
Abiga
Abiga
Aibiga
Abiga
Abiga
Aibiga
Aibiga
Abiga



(V), 154
(T*), 177

(Adee) (T»), 76. 108
(Anderson (T^), BO, 55
(Banks) (T^). 45, 46
((Jhapman) (W^), 339
(Crane) (H"), 367, 371
(Grumman) (H^), 367, 378,



(Halstead) (M*), 365, 373
(Merritt) (T*), 55
(P'urdy) (T<), 62, 81
(Willett) (H?), 412
(Woolsey) (T«), 75, 105
C. (Cole) (T'), 132. 193
C. (Hobby) (T'), 154, 220
E. (Holly) (T»). 85, 126
Huyler (T"), 200
J. (Davis) (T"), 82, 118
L. (T»), 254
S. (T'), 127

Abijah (D, 103

Abijah (T'), 154. 216

Abijah Smith (W), 345

Abner (W«), 343

Abner (W«). 348

Abner M. (W), 348

Abner Fitch (W*), 342

Abraham (H*), 363, 369

Abraham (H»), 368, 375, 376, 381

Abraham (H?). 412

Abraham (T*), 57, 62, 81, 417

Abraham (T"), 73, 98

Abraham (T«), 88, 91, 95

Abraham (Capt.) (K»), 376

Abraham (New York, 1750), 335

Abraham of Upholland, 20

Abraham U. (T«), 98, 144

Abraham U. (T'), 144

Abraham V. (Penn»), 330

Adaline (T^), 82

Adalaide E. (Lattier) (T'), 148, 203

Adam (de Lennes), 18

Adam of Weston, 11, 12, 14

Addison (T'), 131

Addison J. (T«). 192

Adelaide (H«), 374

Adelaide (Miles) (T«). 199

Adelaide S. (Day) (T«), 234, 268

Adele C. (V), 146

Adelia (Smith) (T*). 207

Adrian (H«), 408, 409

Agnes (1322). 17

Agnes (Penn=). 323

Alan (de Leuns), 15

Alanson F. (T«), 109

Albert (T'), 131, 16C. 190

Albert (T»), 176, 184, 238

Albert (T»). 190. 243

Albert A. (H?). 412

Albert C. (T«). 190

Albert Chase (Penn*), 327

Albert Davis (T*). 180

Albert Edward (T^), 190

Albert E. (W«), 346

Albert Judson (T^), 123, ISO



Albert Roe (T*); 201

Alhert T. (T*), 236

Alec (T»), 249

Alethea M. (T«), 242

Alethea M. (Hait) (!«), 183, 243

Alethea (Sands) (IT), 145

Alexander (Or»), 428

Alexander (K?), 320, 321

Alexander McD. (Peimo), 327

Alexander P. (Penn^), 324

Alexander P. (Penn*), 326, 327

Alexander P. (Penn"), 327

Alfred (T«), 100, 113, 169

Alfred (IT), 130, 186

Alfred (T8), 187

Alfred (T»). 248

Alfred C. (W), 343

Alfred Jefferson (T"*), 271

Alfred Manington (T*), 230, 267

Alfreda L. (H"). 411

Algernon Bouton (T*), 237

Alice (1594), 20

Alice of Tulchuth. 21

Alice A. (Agnew) (TH. 164

Alice A. (Chambers) (Penn^). 324

Alice C. (Lazear)' (Penn*), 326

Alice M. (T»). 230

Alice Mary (T»), 251

Alice Mott (TW), 270

Alice P. W. (Peim«), 331

Alice Patton (Pena'^). 330

Alice (Webb) (T<), 82

Aliph C. (Davis) (T«), 214

Allen (T»), 256

Alma (Close) (T«), 235

Almira (T'). 171

Alonzo P. (D, 167

Alpheus (T«), 9'2

Alta (T'»), 273

Alton B. (T^o), 273

Alva (T»), 258, 265

Alva B. (Or»), 427, 428. 430

Alva E. (T»), 236

Alvah (T«). 103. 105. 154. 438

Alvah A. (T«). 116. 171

Alvah A. (D. 171

Alvah Crocker (D. 235

Alvah W. (T*), 208, 256

Alvan (T'), 72

Alvan (T«), 96, 143

Alvan (D, 142

Alvin (T"), 417

Alvin Moore (G'), 356

Amanda (Penn*), 326

Amanda A. (T«), 185

Amasa (T«). 84, 124

Amasa. Jr. (W*), 347

Amasa U. ("W^). 347

Amaziah (T'), 125

Amaziah (T?), 417

Ambrose (V). 152. 207

Ambrose A. (T«). 210. 258

Amelia (T»). IS'S

Amelia (Coverly) (T'), 140

Ameriah (T?). 417

Amos (B?), 237



444



GENERAL INDEX



Amoa (T^), 64, 75, 88, 417

Amos (T«), 84, 101, 124, 150

Amos (W^), 346

Amos Mead (T*), 193, 252

Amos Mead (T»), 253

Amy (T»), 84, 89

Amy (T^), 170

Amy Abigail (T'), 123

Amy E. (Davis) (T'), 213

Amy (Haines) (T^), 51, 62

Amy K. (OT), 146

Amy M. (Rawson) (T'), 137

Amy May (T»), 258

Amy (Smith) (Palmer) (.V), 122, 179

Amy (Wilson) (»?), 2-37

Amy (Thornton) (I»). 256, 271

Andrew (T«), 55, 61, 70, 79

Andrew (T»), 80

Andrew (T^), 95

Andrew J. (P*), 355

Andrew Jackson (T*). 116

Andrew Simpson (T*), 190, 251

Andrew W. (V), 423

Angelina (T'). 120

Ann (H'), 374

Ann (K^), 381

Ann (T»), 78

Ann (T«), 112

Ann (T'), 123. 165

Ann (W»), 353

Ann of Ormskirk, 21

Ann Augusta (T^), 130

Ann E. (Whitney) (T»). 246

Ann Eliza (Penn*). 326

Ann Eliza (.Tsna?). 326

Ann Eliza (Rawson) (T'), 137, 195

Ann M. (Banks) (I'), 183, 243

Ann O. (Anderson) (T^), 198. 254

Ann (Park) (Sarles) (T*), 75, 105

Ann (Sharpe) (T*), 60

Anna (P«), 354

Anna (T«), 92

Anna (T^), 170

Anna (T«), 220

Anna (W), 340

Anna (W), 353

Anna ( ) (Or»»), 429

Anna ( ) (T»), 236

Anna (Britt) (T=), 77, 113

Anna (Guion) (T»), 72, 98

Anna (Mead) (T«), 84, 124

Anna (WeWb) (Adee) (T«), 82, 120,

311
Anna E. (Penn"), 330
Anna M. (K"), 408
Anna M. (T'), 129
Anna M. (Estile) (H?), 415
Anna M. (Dyon) (Poan*), 326, 330
Anna S. (Bourquin) (T»), 238
Anna V. (Penn"), 330
Anna Webb (T»), 178
Anne (T'), 79
Anne (Budd) (T'), 51, 63
Anne (Canfield) (H»), 862
Anne E. (Balscock) (D, 164
Anne E. (Hincken) (T*), 141, 196



Annie (Penn'), 329

Annie M. (T'), 145

Anson Mead (D, 121. 177

Antoinette (Stockholm) (T'), 186. 245

Arad S. (T*), 210, 257

Arch MacI>onald (I»), 261

Archibald (K?), 412

Archibald (D. 137

Archie (T»). 263

Armenia (Kain) (T*), 97

Armenia (Van Antwerp), (T*), 115

Arna (Palmer) (TO. 125

Arnold of Weston, 11, 12

Arthur (VP), 137, 188

Arthur (T»), 140, 180

Arthur Seth (TO, 169, 236

Arthur Seth (T»), 236

Arthur W. (W«?), 342

Asa (Pf), 354

Asa (T?), 417

Asa (W8). 348

Asa Payson (P^), 355

Asahel Anson (T»), 204. 255

Asahel Denman (T^), 148, 203

Asaph (P*), 353

Asher (K?), 406. 412

Auigusta M. (Parmele) (T«), 205. 255

Augustus (T«), 86. 88, 91, 98. 134

Augustus (D, 130

Augustus (T«). 187

Augustus S. (TO, 170, 237

Avaline (Lyon) (T*), 195

Baker (HO, 374

Banks (T'), 127, 153

Barbara E. (S), 435

Barnes CW^), 353

Barney (T?), 417

Barsillai (P»), 354

Bartlett Palmer (TO, 170

Beatrice (de Lyons), 12

Belinda (TO, 123

Ben.iamin (HO, 362, 365

Benjamin (H°). 377

Benjamin (H»), 377. 383

Benjamin (H?). 412

Benjamin (Penn=), 328

Benjamin (T*), 57. 72. 307, 417

Benjamin (TO, SC. 89, 96, 104, 113,

121, 142
Benjamin (Capt.) (WO, 841
Benjamin A. (PennO, 326
Benjamin F. (T^), 116
Benjamin G. (P«), 355
Benjamin U. (T«), 98
Benjamin W. (D, 67, 90
Benjamin W. (T«), 91. 136
Benjamin W. (T^), 187, 194
Bertha (T«), 205
Bertha (TO, 257
Bertha (ITO, 424
Bertha E. (S), 433
Bertha E. (Bradley) (T»), 181, 241
Bessie Blackwell (T»), 258
Bethia Allen (W?), 340
Bethlah (H»), 404



LYON NAMES



446



Bethiah (Winans, Foster) (H»), 362,

365, 366, 403
Betsey (H?), 412
Betsey (P*), 354
Betsey (T«), 102, 103
Betsey (T'), 129
Betsey (Burlingame) (H?), 322
Betsey (Eastman?) (W*), 343
Betsey (Filkins) (T'), 123
Betsey (Harrison) (H">), 367
Betsey (Monroe) (T«), 100
Betsey (Moseley) (T«), 101
Betsey (Philips) (W«?), 426
Betsey (Roderman) (I*), 89
Betsey (Stoddard) (T'), 152. 208
Betsey (Tiffany) (Qr«), 427, 428
Betsey B. (Peck) (T»), 186, 247
Betsey F. (Collyer) (T«), 86
Betsey Lewis (Ja?), 333
Betty (W6?), 340
Blanche (T"), 270
Blanche M. (T"). 262
Brainerd (T'). 122, 178
Briggs (TO, 153, 213
Barton (T«), 216

Caleb (H°), 374, 378
Caleb (T*), &2, 63, 304, 417
Calelb (T=), 64, 82, 418
Caleb (T«), 82, 96, 103, 119
Caleb (T'), 141, 152, 19«, 210
Caleb (W*), 342
Caleb (W*), 426, 427
Caleb F. (T"), 119
Caleb, Gov. of Idaho, 25
Caleb Meeker (B), 403, 431
Calvin R. (T«), 214
Calvin (D, 121
Calvin (m, 175, 238
Calvin Augustus (T*), 190

Captain (1710), 433

CarmiHa (Sours) (T'), 173

Carolln (T«), 101

Caroline (H'). 381

Caroline (T'), 165

Caroline (Schott) (T«), 99

Caroline A. (T'), 131

Caroline Alibertson (T«), 186, 247

Caroline Elizabeth (T*), 177

Caroline Emma (T«), 185

Caroline Eugenia (T'). 166

Caroline H. (Mosier) (T'), 121, 177

Caroline L. (Morgan) (T'), 166

Caroline M. (Smith) (T'). 136. 439

Caroline W. (Day) (T«), 234, 268

Carolyn Sibyl (!«), 203

Carrie A. (T»), 198

Carrie B. (Parker) (T»), 265, 273

Carrie L (Knox) (T*), 186

Carroll Chadwick (T»), 239

Carroll Hayes (T»), 267

Casper (Or^»), 4'30

Casper P. (Gr»), 428, 4i30

Catharine M. (Northrop) (T'), 160,

224
Catharine Eunice (T*), 224



Catherine (H?), 41S

Catherine (Pean*), 325

Catherine (T«), 100

Catherine (V), 128, 140

Catherine (T«), 177

Catherine (Dayton) (T'), 141

Catherine (Finch) (V), 147

Catherine (Haight) (IT), 129

Catherine (Wing) (T«), 102, 150

Catherine A. (Lyon) (H?), 416

Catherine C. (Conklin) (T»), 132, 193

Catherine E. (T»), 185

Catherine E. (Haight) (T'), 150

Catherine F. (D, 132

Catherine Helen (T'), 171

Catherine P. (Ransom) (T'), 163, 230

Catherine Thaw (Fell) (Fenn^), 327

Catherine Ware (T»), 193

Cecil (Qt"), 429

Cecil (W«), 437

Celes-tia (W), 350

Charity (T»), 286

Charity (Banks) (T»), 75, 104

Charity W. (T'),165

Charles (Or*), 429

Charles (K?), 413

Charles (Ja^), 332

Cbarles (T«), 83, 103, 122, 1&3

Charles (T'). 123, 137, 152, 164, 165

Charles (T*), 186, 187

Charles (T»), 190, 261, 266

Charles (W), 342

Charles (?). 356

Charles of Upholland, 20

Charles A. (TO, 144

Charles A. (T«), 200, 237

Charles B. (W«), 344



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