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Richard Lyman, I

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Wardeboy Manor, High Ongar, Essex, England
Death: Died in Hartford, (Present Hartford County), Connecticut Colony
Place of Burial: Ancient Burying Ground , Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Henry Lyman, Jr. and Elizabeth Lyman (Rande)
Husband of Sarah Lyman (Osborne)
Father of Phyllis Hills; William Lyman; William Lyman ; Richard B. Lyman, Jr.; Richard Lyman and 6 others
Brother of Judith Lyman; Sarah LYMAN; Ruth Jane Lyman; Henry Lyman; Agnes Lyman and 8 others
Half brother of Henry Lyman and Phillis Lyman

Occupation: Buried in the Centre Church Cemetery
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About Richard Lyman, I

Richard Lyman came to New England in September 1631. He was the patriarch of the Lymans in New England. He was born about 25 miles east by south from London and was baptized 30 Oct 1580.

Biographical Summary #1:

Richard Lyman, born and baptized at High Ongar, Co. Essex, October 30, 1580; son of Henry Lyman and his wife, Phillis—this Henry was buried at Navistoke, in Essex, April 15, 1587. Richard Lyman sold, in 1629, to John Gower, two messuages, a garden, orchard, and divers lands arable, also a meadow and posture at Norton Mandevillo, in the parish of Ongur. His wife was Sarah, daughter of Roger Osborne, of Halstead, Co. Kent; came with Eliot in the "Lion," 1631; settled at Roxbury;' freeman, Massachusetts. June 11, 1633; the Church record at Roxbury tells how he went to Connecticut "when the great removal was made," and suffered greatly in the loss of his cattle. He was one of the original proprietors of Hartford, and in 1639 his home-lot was on the south side of the "road from George Steel's to the South Meadow." He died in 1641, will dated April 22, 1640; inventory September 6, 1641, £83.16. 2.; the will mentions his wife, but she died before Jan. 27,1642-3.

Children:

i. Phillis, baptized at High Ongar, September 12, 1611; mentioned in her father's will, as the wife of William Hill.

ii. Richard, baptized at High Ongar, February 24, 1618; settled in Windsor; married Hepzibah, daughter of Thomas Ford; removed to Northampton in 1655; he died June 3, 1662; his widow married John Marsh, of Northampton, who soon after removed to Hartford,

iii. Sarah, baptized February 8, 1621; mentioned in her father's will.

iv. John, born September, 1623. Savage says his wife Dorcas was a daughter of John Plum, of Wethersfield; married Jan., 1655; removed soon after to Northampton; died there August 20, 1690.

v. Robert, born September, 1629, at High Ongar; married November 5, 1662, Hepzibah, daughter of Thomas Bascom; settled in Northampton, where he died.

SOURCE: James Hammond Trumbull, editor, The memorial history of Hartford County, Connecticut, 1633-1884, Volume 1 (Boston, Massachusetts: Edward L. Osgood, 1886), page 250. Retrieved: 3 May 2011 from Google Books

Biographical Summary #2:

ORIGIN: High Ongar, Essex MIGRATION: 1631 FIRST RESIDENCE: Roxbury REMOVES: Hartford 1636 CHURCH MEMBERSHIP: Admitted to Roxbury church as member #11: "Richard Lyman. He came to N.E. in the 9th month 1631. He brought children: Phillis, Richard, a Sarah._____ John. He was an ancient christian, but weak, yet after some time of trial & quickening he joined to the church; when the great removal was made to Conecticot he also went, & underwent much affliction, for going toward winter, his cattle were lost in driving, & some never found again; & the winter being cold & ill provided, he was sick and melancholy, yet after he had some revivings through God's mercy, and died in the year 1640" [ RChR 74]. FREEMAN: 11 June 1633 [ MBCR 1:368]. ESTATE: In the Hartford land inventory in February 1639[/40] Richard Lyman held six parcels: three acres and one rood with dwelling house, outhouses, yards and gardens; eight acres of upland; twenty acres of upland; seven acres in the South Meadow; two acres in the South Meadow; and six acres of swamp on the east side of the Great River [ HaBOP 271-72]. At an unknown date James Ensine purchased the six acre parcel of swamp on the east side of the Great River from Richard Lyman [HaBOP 224].

  In his will, dated 22 April 1640 and proved 27 January 1642[/3], Richard Lyman bequeathed to "my wife all my housing and lands during her life and one third part of my lands to dispose of at her death amongst my children as she pleaseth and I give her all my moveable goods"; "the other two parts of my land & house I give to my elder son Richard ... if he die without an heir, then I give it to my son Robert"; to "my daughter Sarah, besides the cattle I formerly have given her, my will is that my wife shall pay her £20 two years after my death"; to "my son John Lyman I give him £30 to be paid by my wife at twenty-two years of age"; to "my son Robert I give £24 at twenty-two years of age"; to "my daughter Fillis, the wife of William Hills I give 10s."; "my wife sole executrix" [ Manwaring 1:22-23].
  The inventory of Richard Lyman was taken 6 September 1641 and totalled £83 16s. 3d. [Manwaring 1:22].
  In her will, dated 24 July [1642?], the "widow Lyman" made the following disposition of her goods: "The widow Lyman's mind is that her son Richard Lyman should perform her husband's will and that her son Robert should live with him till he be twenty-two years of age, and she gives Robert Lyman the third part of the housing & grounds, & for the performance of her husband's will she gives Richard all her moveable goods, both without the house and within, only her wearing clothes and some of her linen she will dispose of" [Manwaring 1:23].

BIRTH: Baptized High Ongar, Essex, 30 October 1580, son of Henry and Elizabeth (Rande) Lyman [ TAG 30:187-90]. DEATH: Hartford between 22 April 1640 (date of will) and 3 March 1640/1 ("when his thirty acres were called the property of Richard Lyman, deceased" [ Moore Anc 349]). MARRIAGE: By 1611 Sarah _____; "Sarah Lyman, the wife of Richard Lyman," admitted to Roxbury church as member #20 [RChR 74]. She died by 27 January 1642[/3] when her will was brought to court with that of her husband [ CCCR 1:81]. (Some older sources claim that Sarah was daughter of Richard Osborne of Halstead, Kent, but there is no support for this identification.) CHILDREN (baptisms in TAG 30:188): IZE="2" > i PHILLIS, bp. High Ongar, Essex, 12 September 1611; m. by about 1638 WILLIAM HILLS.

  ii   RICHARD, bp. High Ongar 18 July 1613; d. soon.
   iii   WILLIAM, bur. High Ongar 28 August 1615.
   iv   WILLIAM, bp. High Ongar 8 September 1616; bur. there November 1616.
   v   RICHARD, bp. High Ongar 24 February 1617/8; m. by about 1644 Hepzibah Ford, daughter of THOMAS FORD (eldest child b. about 1644 [Moore Anc 260-61, 354]).
   vi   SARAH, bp. High Ongar 8 February 1619/20; came to New England in 1631 with family [RChR 74]; named in father's will, 22 April 1640; no further record.
   vii   ANNE, bp. Navestock, Essex, 20 April 1621; no further record.
   viii   JOHN, b. September 1623 ("if he live will be twenty-two year old in September 1645" [CCCR 1:81]); m. Branford 12 January 1654[/5] Dorcas Plumb [BranVR Barbour 113], daughter of John Plumb.
   ix   ROBERT, b. September 1629 ("twenty-two in September 1651" [CCCR 1:81]); m. Northampton 5 November 1662 Hepzibah Bascomb [ Pynchon VR 141].

COMMENTS: Lilian J. Redstone checked the High Ongar manorial court records for 25 April 1639 and discovered that Richard Lyman had surrendered his tenements of Petfield, Serleshope and Cachmans and a cottage in Pashfield to Richard Dike by 19 September 1631 [TAG 30:190].

  In 1632 William Pynchon, as Massachusetts Bay treasurer, paid £3 10s. to "Goodman Lyman for a fat hog for [to victual the pinnace for the taking of Dixie Bull]" [ MHSC 2:8:232].
  On 5 September 1639 Richard Lyman complained against Sequassen for "burning up his hedge which before Mr. Governor formerly he promised to satisfy for, but yet hath not done it" [CCCR 4].

BIBLIOGRAPHIC NOTE: In 1938 Louis Effingham DeForest compiled a substantial account of the Lyman family [Moore Anc 348-56]. Ten years later Mary Lovering Holman published a briefer account, but this time incorporating parish register entries which identify the English origin of the Lyman family [ Stevens-Miller Anc 383-84]. In 1954 Donald Lines Jacobus and Clarence Almon Torrey identified the mother of the immigrant [TAG 30:187-90]. The Great Migration Begins Sketches -------------------- Ricard was admittted to the Roxbury church as member #11.

Richard came with Eliot on the Lion, was at Roxbury, MA, 1631. He went to Connecticut ‘when the great removal was made,’ and suffered greately in the loss of his cattle. He was made freeman 11 Jun 1633, and was among the original proprietors of Hartford.2

In August, 1631, Richard embarked with his wife and five children in the ship Lion, William Pierce, master, for New England. They landed at Boston, and the Lymans settled first at Charlestown. In Oct 1635 they joined a party of about a hundred people to Connecticut to become the first settlers at Hartford. His house was on the south side of what is now Buckinham St., the fifth lot from Main St., westof the South Church and bounded apparently on Wadsworth St. either on the east or west. His name is inscribed on a stone column in the rear of Centre Chruch of Hartford, erected in memory of the first settlers of the city.39

Will: A DIGEST OF THE EARLY CONNECTICUT PROBATE RECORDS. 1635 to 1650.

Page 442-3 Name: Richard Lyman

   Invt. of Goods, £83-16-02. Taken 6 September, 1641, by John Moodie, Andrew
   Bacon, John Barnard. Will dated 22 April, 1640.
   I give unto my wife all my houseing and Lands during her life, and 1/3 parte of my
   Lands to dispose of at her death amongst my Children as she pleaseth, and I give her
   all my moveable goods, as Cattell and howsehold stuffe, and all other implements or
   moveables. And the other two prts of my land & Howse, I give to my Elder sonne
   Richard, and to his heires forever; and if he dy wthout an heir, then I give yt to my
   sonne Robert, and to his heirs forever. To my dau. Sarah, besides the Cattell I
   formerly have given her, my will is, that my wife shall pay her £20, two yeres after
   my death. To my sonne, John Lyman, I give him £30, to be paid by my wife att 22
   years of age. To my sonne Robert. I give £24 at 22 years of age; and to my dau.
   Fillis, the wife of Willia Hills. I give tenne shillings; and I make my wife sole
   Executrixe to this my last will.
   Richard Lyman
   Witness: Thomas Bull, John Moodie, Andrew Bacon.
   Court Record, Page 81--27 January, 1642 (Particular Courte).
   The Will and Invt. of Richard Lyman, Decd., is brought into Court. John Moody
   makes oath that it is the Last Will of the said Rich., and the noate that was brought in
   is the noate of the Widdow Lyman, Decd. The several prtyes prsent at the prsenting
   of the said Will agree that John Lyman, if he live, will be 22 yere ould in Septe, 1645;
   Robert Lyman, 22 in Sept. 1651.
   24 July.
   The wydowe Lymans mynd is that her sonne Richard Lyman should prforme her
   husbands will, and that her son Robert should live wth him till he be 22 yeares of age;
   and she gives Robert Lyman the third prrte of the howsen & grounds; & for the
   prformence of her husbands will she gives Richard all her moveable goods, both wth
   out the howse and wth in, only her wearing Clothes and some of her lining She will
   dispose of.
   John Moodie. Andrew Bacon.

-------------------- Richard came to New England in September 1631. He was the patriarch of the Lymans in New England. He was born about 25 miles east by south from London and was baptized 30 Oct 1580.

He and Sarah had 9 children. He was the third of 6 children born to Henry and Elizabeth Lyman. -------------------- ORIGIN: High Ongar, Essex MIGRATION: 1631 FIRST RESIDENCE: Roxbury REMOVES: Hartford 1636 CHURCH MEMBERSHIP: Admitted to Roxbury church as member #11: "Richard Lyman. He came to N.E. in the 9th month 1631. He brought children: Phillis, Richard, a Sarah._____ John. He was an ancient christian, but weak, yet after some time of trial & quickening he joined to the church; when the great removal was made to Conecticot he also went, & underwent much affliction, for going toward winter, his cattle were lost in driving, & some never found again; & the winter being cold & ill provided, he was sick and melancholy, yet after he had some revivings through God's mercy, and died in the year 1640" [ RChR 74]. FREEMAN: 11 June 1633 [ MBCR 1:368]. ESTATE: In the Hartford land inventory in February 1639Richard Lyman held six parcels: three acres and one rood with dwelling house, outhouses, yards and gardens; eight acres of upland; twenty acres of upland; seven acres in the South Meadow; two acres in the South Meadow; and six acres of swamp on the east side of the Great River [ HaBOP 271-72. At an unknown date James Ensine purchased the six acre parcel of swamp on the east side of the Great River from Richard Lyman [HaBOP 224].

In his will, dated 22 April 1640 and proved 27 January 1642[/3], Richard Lyman bequeathed to "my wife all my housing and lands during her life and one third part of my lands to dispose of at her death amongst my children as she pleaseth and I give her all my moveable goods"; "the other two parts of my land & house I give to my elder son Richard ... if he die without an heir, then I give it to my son Robert"; to "my daughter Sarah, besides the cattle I formerly have given her, my will is that my wife shall pay her £20 two years after my death"; to "my son John Lyman I give him £30 to be paid by my wife at twenty-two years of age"; to "my son Robert I give £24 at twenty-two years of age"; to "my daughter Fillis, the wife of William Hills I give 10s."; "my wife sole executrix" [ Manwaring 1:22-23]. The inventory of Richard Lyman was taken 6 September 1641 and totalled £83 16s. 3d. [Manwaring 1:22]. In her will, dated 24 July [1642?], the "widow Lyman" made the following disposition of her goods: "The widow Lyman's mind is that her son Richard Lyman should perform her husband's will and that her son Robert should live with him till he be twenty-two years of age, and she gives Robert Lyman the third part of the housing & grounds, & for the performance of her husband's will she gives Richard all her moveable goods, both without the house and within, only her wearing clothes and some of her linen she will dispose of" [Manwaring 1:23]. BIRTH: Baptized High Ongar, Essex, 30 October 1580, son of Henry and Elizabeth (Rande) Lyman [ TAG 30:187-90]. DEATH: Hartford between 22 April 1640 (date of will) and 3 March 1640/1 ("when his thirty acres were called the property of Richard Lyman, deceased" [ Moore Anc 349]). MARRIAGE: By 1611 Sarah _____; "Sarah Lyman, the wife of Richard Lyman," admitted to Roxbury church as member #20 [RChR 74]. She died by 27 January 1642when her will was brought to court with that of her husband [ CCCR 1:81. (Some older sources claim that Sarah was daughter of Richard Osborne of Halstead, Kent, but there is no support for this identification.) CHILDREN (baptisms in TAG 30:188): IZE="2" > i PHILLIS, bp. High Ongar, Essex, 12 September 1611; m. by about 1638 WILLIAM HILLS.

ii RICHARD, bp. High Ongar 18 July 1613; d. soon. iii WILLIAM, bur. High Ongar 28 August 1615. iv WILLIAM, bp. High Ongar 8 September 1616; bur. there November 1616. v RICHARD, bp. High Ongar 24 February 1617/8; m. by about 1644 Hepzibah Ford, daughter of THOMAS FORD (eldest child b. about 1644 [Moore Anc 260-61, 354]). vi SARAH, bp. High Ongar 8 February 1619/20; came to New England in 1631 with family [RChR 74]; named in father's will, 22 April 1640; no further record. vii ANNE, bp. Navestock, Essex, 20 April 1621; no further record. viii JOHN, b. September 1623 ("if he live will be twenty-two year old in September 1645" [CCCR 1:81]); m. Branford 12 January 1654[/5] Dorcas Plumb [BranVR Barbour 113], daughter of John Plumb. ix ROBERT, b. September 1629 ("twenty-two in September 1651" [CCCR 1:81]); m. Northampton 5 November 1662 Hepzibah Bascomb [ Pynchon VR 141]. COMMENTS: Lilian J. Redstone checked the High Ongar manorial court records for 25 April 1639 and discovered that Richard Lyman had surrendered his tenements of Petfield, Serleshope and Cachmans and a cottage in Pashfield to Richard Dike by 19 September 1631 [TAG 30:190].

In 1632 William Pynchon, as Massachusetts Bay treasurer, paid £3 10s. to "Goodman Lyman for a fat hog for [to victual the pinnace for the taking of Dixie Bull]" [ MHSC 2:8:232]. On 5 September 1639 Richard Lyman complained against Sequassen for "burning up his hedge which before Mr. Governor formerly he promised to satisfy for, but yet hath not done it" [CCCR 4]. BIBLIOGRAPHIC NOTE: In 1938 Louis Effingham DeForest compiled a substantial account of the Lyman family [Moore Anc 348-56]. Ten years later Mary Lovering Holman published a briefer account, but this time incorporating parish register entries which identify the English origin of the Lyman family [ Stevens-Miller Anc 383-84]. In 1954 Donald Lines Jacobus and Clarence Almon Torrey identified the mother of the immigrant [TAG 30:187-90]. The Great Migration Begins Sketches -------------------- Ricard was admittted to the Roxbury church as member #11.

Richard came with Eliot on the Lion, was at Roxbury, MA, 1631. He went to Connecticut ‘when the great removal was made,’ and suffered greately in the loss of his cattle. He was made freeman 11 Jun 1633, and was among the original proprietors of Hartford.2

In August, 1631, Richard embarked with his wife and five children in the ship Lion, William Pierce, master, for New England. They landed at Boston, and the Lymans settled first at Charlestown. In Oct 1635 they joined a party of about a hundred people to Connecticut to become the first settlers at Hartford. His house was on the south side of what is now Buckinham St., the fifth lot from Main St., westof the South Church and bounded apparently on Wadsworth St. either on the east or west. His name is inscribed on a stone column in the rear of Centre Chruch of Hartford, erected in memory of the first settlers of the city.39

Will: A DIGEST OF THE EARLY CONNECTICUT PROBATE RECORDS. 1635 to 1650.

Page 442-3 Name: Richard Lyman

Invt. of Goods, £83-16-02. Taken 6 September, 1641, by John Moodie, Andrew Bacon, John Barnard. Will dated 22 April, 1640. I give unto my wife all my houseing and Lands during her life, and 1/3 parte of my Lands to dispose of at her death amongst my Children as she pleaseth, and I give her all my moveable goods, as Cattell and howsehold stuffe, and all other implements or moveables. And the other two prts of my land & Howse, I give to my Elder sonne Richard, and to his heires forever; and if he dy wthout an heir, then I give yt to my sonne Robert, and to his heirs forever. To my dau. Sarah, besides the Cattell I formerly have given her, my will is, that my wife shall pay her £20, two yeres after my death. To my sonne, John Lyman, I give him £30, to be paid by my wife att 22 years of age. To my sonne Robert. I give £24 at 22 years of age; and to my dau. Fillis, the wife of Willia Hills. I give tenne shillings; and I make my wife sole Executrixe to this my last will. Richard Lyman Witness: Thomas Bull, John Moodie, Andrew Bacon. Court Record, Page 81--27 January, 1642 (Particular Courte). The Will and Invt. of Richard Lyman, Decd., is brought into Court. John Moody makes oath that it is the Last Will of the said Rich., and the noate that was brought in is the noate of the Widdow Lyman, Decd. The several prtyes prsent at the prsenting of the said Will agree that John Lyman, if he live, will be 22 yere ould in Septe, 1645; Robert Lyman, 22 in Sept. 1651. 24 July. The wydowe Lymans mynd is that her sonne Richard Lyman should prforme her husbands will, and that her son Robert should live wth him till he be 22 yeares of age; and she gives Robert Lyman the third prrte of the howsen & grounds; & for the prformence of her husbands will she gives Richard all her moveable goods, both wth out the howse and wth in, only her wearing Clothes and some of her lining She will dispose of. John Moodie. Andrew Bacon. -------------------- Richard came to New England in September 1631. He was the patriarch of the Lymans in New England. He was born about 25 miles east by south from London and was baptized 30 Oct 1580.

He and Sarah had 9 children. He was the third of 6 children born to Henry and Elizabeth Lyman.

Richard LYMAN I 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 was born before 30 Oct 1580 in High Ongar, Essex, England.8 He was baptized on 30 Oct 1580 in

St. Mary's Church, High Ongar, Essex, England. Interior of St Mary's Church He emigrated in 1631 from High Onger, Co. Essex, England.9 He was buried in 1640 in Centre Church Cem., Hartford, Connecticut. He died in Aug 1640 in Hartford, Hartford , Connecticut.10 Richard LYMAN I and Sarah OSBORNE were married in 1602 in England. Sarah OSBORNE 30,31 (daughter of Roger OSBORNE) was born in 1581 in High Ongar, Essex, England. She died in Jan 1642/43 in Hartford, Hartford , Connecticut.

Richard LYMAN I and Sarah OSBORNE had the following children: 2

i.
William LYMAN 11 was born in 1609 in High Ongar, Essex, England. He died on 28 Aug 1615 in High Ongar, Essex, England. buried at High Ongar, Aug. 28, 1615 

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Phillis LYMAN 9,12,13 was born on 11 Sep 1611 in High Ongar, Essex, England. She was christened on 12 Sep 1611 in High Ongar, Essex, England. She died about 1648 in Hartford, Hartford , Connecticut. d. between 1645 and 1648 Hartford, Connecticut. Marriage to William Hills: (1) Before 22 Apr 1640. (2a) (2) By about 1638. 

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Richard LYMAN 14 was born in 1613 in High Ongar, Essex, England. He was baptized on 24 Feb 1616/17. Died Young  

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William LYMAN15 was born on 16 Sep 1616 in High Ongar, Essex, England.16 He died in Nov 1616 in High Ongar, Essex, England.16  

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Richard LYMAN II 17, 18, 19, 20 was born about 1617 in High Ongar, Essex, England. He died on 3 Jun 1662 in Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts. 

Baptized Feb. 24, 1617 High Ongar, Essex, England.


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Sarah LYMAN She was born in 1620 in High Ongar, Essex, England.16 She died about 31 Aug 1688 in Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.  

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Anne LYMAN23 was born abt. 1621 in High Ongar, Essex, England. Bapt. April 12, 1621 She died in 1621 in High Ongar, Essex, England.  

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John LYMAN 24,25,26,27 was born on 16 Sep 1623 in High Ongar, Essex, England. He was buried in Aug 1690 in Branford, New Haven, Connecticut. He died on 20 Aug 1690 in Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.28 Notes  

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Robert LYMAN 29 was born in Sep 1629 in High Ongar, Essex, England. Notes  

-------------------- Richard Lyman is the patriarch of all the Lymans of English descent in America. He immigrated with his wife from Bristol to Boston, arriving on November 02 1631. First, they settled in Charlestown, MA, and later settled in Connecticut, in about 1635.

http://www.foundersofhartford.org/founders/lyman_richard.htm

http://www.lymanites.org/lyman/archives/colonialhistory/ lyon1631.asp -------------------- (f/g) Richard Lyman Birth: 1580 Essex, England Death: Aug., 1640 Hartford Hartford County Connecticut, USA

Richard Lyman was baptized at High Ongar, Co.Essex, England on Oct.30,1580, the son of Henry Lyman and Elizabeth (Rande) Lyman. His mother was buried in 1587, and Henry Lyman married Phillis Scott by 1591.

Richard Lyman married Sarah Osborne (d.Jan 1641/2), possibly the daughter of Roger Osborne of Halstead, Co.Kent.

Richard and Sarah had nine children born in England. The family (with five children) immigrated to America in 1631. They arrived in Boston Nov.2,1631 aboard the ship "Lion" with 60 passengers. The trip took 10 weeks.

They settled first in Charlestown, Mass. and in 1635 moved to Hartford, Connecticut along with a group of about 100 people led by Rev.Thomas Hooker.

Children: Phillis Lyman Hills, Richard Lyman, William Lyman, William Lyman, Richard Lyman Jr, Sarah Lyman Bridgman, Anna Lyman, John Lyman, and Robert Lyman.

This is my 10th great-grandfather.He is also known as Richard the "1st".


Family links:

Spouse:
 Sarah Lyman (____ - 1642)
Children:
 Richard Lyman (____ - 1662)*
 William Lyman (____ - 1615)*
 Phyllis Lyman Hills (1611 - ____)*
 Richard Lyman (1613 - ____)*
 William Lyman (1616 - 1616)*
 Anne Lyman (1621 - ____)*
 Sarah Lyman Bridgman (1621 - 1688)*
 John Lyman (1623 - 1690)*
 Robert Lyman (1629 - ____)

Burial: Ancient Burying Ground Hartford Hartford County Connecticut, USA Created by: Lorraine Esther Hamann ... Record added: Jan 19, 2008 Find A Grave Memorial# 24045590 -tcd

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