|Birth: ||Jan. 10, 1711|
New London County
|Death: ||Feb. 12, 1781|
aged 70 years
Connecticut Town Birth Records, pre-1870 (Barbour Collection)about John Lyman
Name: John Lyman
Birth Date: 10 Jan 1711
Birth Location: Lebanon
Parent Name: Richard
Parent Name: Mary
1-4. Genealogy of Lyman family in Great Britain and America pg 87 extract: Richard4, 2nd son of Richard3, Richard2, Richard1, was b. at Northampton, in 1678; removed with his family to Lebanon, Conn., in 1696; m. April 7, 1700, Mary Woodward; d. June 6, 1746, age 69, according to these dates.
The epitaph on his grave stone in Lebanon, is: "Sacred to the memory of the well beloved Mr. Richard Lyman 4th, who after serving God and his generation faithfully many years, fell asleep in the cradle of death, June 6, 1746, in the 69th year of his age." Lebanon, Ct.
1 Israel, b. Feb. 22, 1701; d. March 13, 1701.
2 Ebenezer, b. Aug. 4, 1702; m. Lydia Wright, no date- farmer, Columbia.
3 Thomas, b. July 6, 1704; d. 1783, Lebanon Crank.
4 Mary, b. Oct. 27, 1706.
5 Hannah, b. Sept. 13, 1708; m. Swetland.
6 John, b. Jan. 20, 1711; m. Feb. 25, 1730, Hannah Birchard, who d. June 28, 1746; m. 2d wife, Sept. 3, 1747, Mary Strong of Coventry; d. 1781.
7 David, b. 1711; d. 1787
8 Elizabeth, is given in one record without date or further notice of her.
9 Richard, b. March 23, 1721. With John and David he enters into covenant with their father and mother to provide for all their temporal wants during their natural lives. He m. June 15, 1758, Ann Bradford, of Haddam, living at that time in Mansfield, where his first two children were b.; then removed to Lebanon where two children were born to him.
5. Other: Daughters of the American Revolution Patriot number A072604
extract: LYMAN, JOHN
Ancestor #: A072604
Service: NEW HAMPSHIRE
Rank: CIVIL SERVICE
Birth: 1-10-1711 NEW LONDON CO CONNECTICUT
Death: 2-12-1781 VERMONT
Service Source: DOWNS, HIST OF LEBANON, 1761-1887, (1908), PP 44-45 Service Description: 1) TAX COLLECTOR, LEBANON, 1775
6. Genealogy of Lyman family in Great Britain and America pg 111 extract: John Lyman5, Richard4, Richard3, Richard2, b. Jan. 21, 1711, m. Hannah Birchard, Feb. 28, 1731; d. Feb. 12, 1781. Hannah, wife of John, d. Jan. 18, 1746; and Sept. 3, 1847, John m. his second wife, Mary Strong b. in Coventry, Ct., March 27, 1717; d. in Brookfield, Vt., 1804. John was a farmer in Lebanon, Ct., a deacon in the Congregational church, an intimate friend of Gov. Jonathan Trumbull, an ardent patriot and strong whig. He was too old and infirm to engage in the war of the Revolution, but sent several of his sons, and it was his daily prayer that the colonies might succeed in their struggles for independence. Lebanon, Ct.
Children, Sixth Generation:
These six brothers all moved to Lebanon, N.H., then, Upper Co-os, and John, Abel, Josiah and Elijah removed from there to Vermont.
Find A Grave contributor hlekstrom
Richard Lyman (1678 - 1746)
Mary Strong Lyman (1727 - 1804)*
Abel Lyman (1752 - 1823)*
Josiah Lyman (1760 - 1831)*
Thomas Lyman (1704 - 1783)*
John Lyman (1711 - 1781)
David Lyman (1711 - 1787)*
New London County
Created by: John Beckstein
Record added: Dec 28, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 46076818