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Jacob Joseph Lemon
Birth: 1743
Sussex County
New Jersey, USA
Death: Feb. 13, 1816
Ontario, Canada

The second row of headstones are the Lemon Family. According to the Cemetery Transcription the broken stone on the left is Jacob Joseph Lemon and the 2nd broken stone is for Mary (Marr) Lemon.

Jacob & Mary had 13 children.

Son of Joseph and Prudence (LNU) Lemon. They both died in Oxford Twp., Warren Co., New Jersey but I have not been able to find their Place of Burial. They had 4 children;

Esther Elizabeth Lemon b.1740 m. William Current buried in Doan's Ridge Cemetery, Canada

Jacob Joseph b.1743 m. Mary Marr buried in Lundy's Lane Cemetery, Canada

Mary Lemon b.1747 m. Richard Ruth

John Lemon b.1750 m. Elizabeth Titman, buried in Lemon's Cemetery, Pennsylvania
Family links: 
  Joseph Lemon (1718 - 1792)
  Prudence Lemon (1720 - ____)
  Mary Marr Lemon (1747 - 1823)*
  Joseph Lemon (1769 - 1837)*
  Laurence Lemon (1771 - 1843)*
  William Lemon (1774 - 1825)*
  Jacob Lemon (1775 - 1851)*
  John Lemon (1791 - 1864)*
  Rebecca Lemon Dell (1791 - 1866)*
  Esther Elizabeth Lemon Current (1740 - 1834)*
  Jacob Joseph Lemon (1743 - 1816)
  John Lemon (1750 - 1809)*
*Calculated relationship
Note: Stone is presently badly broken and unledgible.
Old Lundy's Lane United Methodist Church Cemetery
Niagara Falls
Niagara Regional Municipality
Ontario, Canada
Created by: James Lemon
Record added: Aug 28, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 41269526
Jacob Joseph Lemon
Added by: James Lemon
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- Kim
 Added: Oct. 5, 2011
Hello. Jacob Joseph Lemon and his wife Mary Marr were my 6th Great Grandparents. I really enjoy searching for my ancestors. My husband and I have walked a few cemeteries ourselves and catalogued them for his
- Alethea
 Added: Apr. 5, 2010
I was honored and humbled to stand at your grave site. It is because of you that I have the pleasure of being on this earth. I have truly enjoyed researching and learning about our family.
- James Lemon
 Added: Aug. 29, 2009
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