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Dorcas Plumb Lyman
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Birth: Jan. 12, 1635
Wethersfield
Hartford County
Connecticut, USA
Death: Apr. 21, 1725
Northampton
Hampshire County
Massachusetts, USA

Wife of Lieut. John Lymon.
Parents: John Plumb & Dorothy Wood

Please note that the Massachusetts Vital Records indicate that she died on 20th, not 21st, of April 1725 in Northampton, MA.

Additional information provided by Find A Grave member #: 48223270

"Regarding the parents of Dorcas Lyman (nee Plumb): recent evidence published in 2007 by the New England Historical society states Dorcas' mother was Dorothy Chaplin, not Dorothy Wood. Dorothy Chaplin married John Plumb in Hitcham, Suffolk, England in 1616. Their children were all christened in England, except for Dorcas."
 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  John Lyman (1623 - 1690)*
 
 Children:
  Sarah Lyman Wright (1658 - 1733)*
  John Lyman (1660 - 1740)*
  Moses Lyman (1662 - 1701)*
  Mary Lyman Hall (1668 - 1740)*
  Joseph Liman (1670 - 1691)*
  Benjamin Lyman (1674 - 1723)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
Inscription:
Dorcas Ye
Wife of Lieut
John Lymon
Dyed on Apr Ye
XXI 1725 in the 90th
Year of her age.


 
Burial:
Bridge Street Cemetery
Northampton
Hampshire County
Massachusetts, USA
 
Created by: the moo
Record added: May 28, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 14432960
Dorcas <i>Plumb</i> Lyman
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Dorcas <i>Plumb</i> Lyman
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9X great grandma- remembered again today and connected with even more children & descendants, together forever...
- Rebecca Dodds
 Added: Jul. 19, 2016

- KJ Thomas
 Added: Aug. 29, 2015
A mother's love is forever. It begins before we can even remember...and it creates a feeling of comfort, warmth, and happiness that can never be forgotten. Thank you, to all Moms, for showing us the true meaning of love.
- Arleta ♥
 Added: May. 10, 2015
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