|Birth: ||Jan. 18, 1752|
New London County
|Death: ||Apr. 13, 1813|
The Rev. Gershom Clark Lyman was the son of Elijah Lyman and Esther Clark. He married before 1781, Lucy Hubbard,dau of Elisha Hubbard and Lucy Stearns. They were the parents of seven children.
"The History of Marlborough, Windham County,Vermont" by Ephraim Newton says that Gershom died "of a fever of short duration."
Elijah Lyman (1727 - 1782)
Esther Clark Lyman (1731 - 1818)
Lucy Hubbard Lyman (1753 - 1831)
Elijah Lyman (1781 - 1828)*
Lucy Lyman Whitney (1786 - 1829)*
Esther Lyman Howard (1750 - 1828)*
Gershom Clark Lyman (1752 - 1813)
Lucy Lyman Waldo (1756 - 1826)**
PHOTO OF THIS INDIVIDUAL STONE IS UNAVAILABLE RIGHT NOW. IT CAN BE SEEN IN THE CEMETERY SHOT, TALL WHITE STONE WITH CURVED TOP, RIGHT BEHIND ONE IN THE FOREGROUND SHADOW. THE INSCRIPTIONS IS BELOW:
In Memory of
Rev. Gershom C. Lyman D.D.
First Pastor of the Church
Who a wise Counsellor, A skillful guide,
A blessed Peacemaker,
An Example to believers,
A Pattern to Gods ministers,
Having for thirty four years,
With uncommon ability,
An exemplary fidelity,
An ardent zeal for Christ,
And tender concern for the salvation of
sinners, Fulfiled his course, Went to rest
In the bosom of his Savior.
April 13 A.D. 1813
In the 61st year of his age
And 35th of his Ministry
"Thy dead men shall live together with my dead
body. shall they arise. Awake and sing ye that dwell in
dust: for thy den is as the den of herbs and the earth
shall cast out the dead
Note: Early records on "MARLBORO" are often found under the spelling of "MARLBOROUGH."
Marlboro Center Cemetery
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Originally Created by: jim
Record added: Jan 27, 2009
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