Marriage of Stephen Rudolph Lyman and Elizabeth Rosar on the 22nd of November, 1900.
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(1877) - The Scranton Tribune. (Scranton, Pa.), November 23, 1900
(1877) - The Scranton Tribune. (Scranton, Pa.), November 26, 1900
Stephen Rudolph Lyman (1877-1946), 612 Eynon Street
Stephen Rudolph Lyman (1877-1946) in his Victory Garden, 612 Eynon Street
Stephen Lyman's Obituary, February 21, 1947, Scranton Times
|Elizabeth Rosar Lyman, Scranton, PA||Elizabeth Rosar Lyman, Obituary, May 19, 1927 - Scranton Republican|
|Stephen Lyman's Confirmation, April 10, 1892 - German Presbyterian Parish, Scranton. (Larger)||Stephen Lyman and Elizabeth Rosar Lyman Tombstones, Dunmore Cemetery, Scranton, PA|
|Rose Lyman Green, 1910 to
Rose Louise Lyman Green, of 212 Larch Street, died in 1985. She was born in 1910 to Stephen and Elizabeth Rosar Lyman. Her husband, William Green, died in 1960. She worked at the Marian Convent, Marywood College, as a licensed practical nurse for 16 years. She is survived by a brother William Lyman, Elmhurst; two sisters, Mrs. Helen Murray and Mrs. Lorraine Brown, both of Scranton. Internment was in Abington Hills Cemetery.
|Lorraine M. Lyman Brown,
1918 to 2002
Lorraine Margaret Lyman Brown, formally of the Green Ridge section of Scranton died June 29, 2002. Her husband, Jerome W. Brown died June 27, 1972. She was born in 1918 to Stephen and Elizabeth Rosar Lyman. She worked at Marywood College for 25 years, and was a member of St. Paul's Church, Scranton. She was survived by a daughter, Mericia Mills, Scranton. She was preceded in death by a son, Richard J. Brown, three brothers, Jacob, Robert and William Lyman, and four sisters, Marie Goldsworthy, Gertrude Powell, Rose Green and Helen Murray. Internment was in St. Mary of Mount Carmel Cemetery, Dunmore.
|Robert J. Lyman, 1908 to
Robert John Lyman's last address was 539 Fifth Street East, Sonoma, California. He was born in Scranton in 1908 to Stephen and Elizabeth Rosar Lyman. He was in the Air Force before moving to California. He was survived by sons Robert, Alaska, and John, at home; daughters Alice, Boston, Mass., Mrs. Helen Fiedler, South Dakota, and Joan, at home; sisters Mrs. William Powell, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., Mrs. William Green, Scranton, Mrs. James Murray, Scranton, Mrs. Jerome Brown, Scranton; a brother, William Lyman, Elmhurst.
|Margaret M. Lyman, 1897 to
Margaret M. Lyman, 78, died in December 6, 1975. She was born in 1897 in Scranton to the late William and Margaret Weitzel Lyman. She worked for the Scranton Electric Company and Sheeley's Drug Store before she retired. She was a member of St. John the Baptist Church. She was survived by cousins Mrs. Alice Myers of Endicott, NY, and Wendell Williams of Scranton.
George August Lyman Line
|George August Lyman (1883-1956 - half brother of Stephen Rudolph Lyman) and the Lyman twins, George and Edward||Children of George August Lyman and Margaret Hart: George N. Lyman (1905-1955) and his sister Margaret (Peggy) Lyman Kennedy (1911-1995)|
|Right: Front: Helen, ED, and Tom
Lavelle holding Lyman Twins. Back: George N. Lyman, Marion,
George August Lyman died May 1956 in Erie, Pennsylvania at the age of 72. He had been living with his daughter, Mrs. John G. Kennedy. He was also survived by two grandchildren, George and Edward Lyman (twins) of Scranton.
Henry (Heinrich Leimann) Lyman Line
|Obituary Henry Lyman (Heinrich Leimann), 1832 - 1903, Scranton Republican, October 25, 1903||Obituary of Henry Lyman, Jr., 1866 - 1938, son of Henry and Anna Balage Lyman|
Will of Louisa Schmidt Lyman
Will of Louisa Schmidt Lyman
Louisa Lyman V Lewis Smith (her son) - PDF
Louisa Lyman V Lewis Smith - 1905 Bill in Equity
|Obituary of Louise (Louisa) Schmidt Lyman, 1841 - 1901, Scranton Republican, August 10, 1901, second wife of Henry (Heinrich) Lyman.||Obituary of Henry Lyman, Jr., 1866 - 1938, son of Henry and Anna Balage Lyman|
|Obituary of Dorothy (Dora) Lyman Von Weisenfluh, 1871 - 1929, Scranton Republican, August 27, 1929, Sec. II, page 1||Above: articles about William Lyman, son of Henry (Heinrich) and Anna Balage Lyman.|
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