Sarah BRIDGMAN 1682
1.John, known as Liet. Lyman, b. in High Ongar, came to New England with his father, m. Dorcas, dau. of John Plumb, of Branford, Connecticut. John removed with his brothers Richard and Robert from Hartford to Northampton, Massachusetts, in 1654. Where he resided until his death, 20 Aug, 1690, at the age of 67. Lieut. John was in command of the Northampton, soldiers, in the famous Falls fight above Deerfield, May 18, 1676. The American House, which was burnt a few years since in Northampton, stood in front of his house lot. The old familky homestead on which Joh settled included the ground now occupied by "Shoprow" on the south side of Main street and was adjacent to the original farm of Rev. Ebenezer Mather the first minister of Northampton. The old homestead of John became the property of his son Benjamin, of his son Joseph, of his son Elisha and his son Theodore who sold it in 1827 after it had been in the possesion ot he family for over 150 years. His epitaph in Northampton, is given as an example of the rude simplicity of the times. LIVtenan
Dyed Avgst
the 20th 1690
2. James Savage, Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
3. Lyman, Arthur, Genealogy of the LYMAN FAMILY in Canada (The Beaver Hall Press, Montreal, 1943) p 15
4. Lyman COLEMAN D.D., Genealogy of the Lyman Family in Great Britain and America (Albany,N.Y. J. Munsell State Street 1872) p 33, 39
5. Marriage Index: Connecticut, 1635-1860
6. Register of the Deaths in Northampton [Hampshire Co., MA
! Death:20 Aug 1690, Ensign John LYMAN
7. From the First Settlement of the Town In 1653 to Augus 1824 Copied From the Town Records & from the Records of Deac. Ebenezer HUNT, Rev. John HOOKER Rev. Solomon WILLIAMS, Doct. Eben HUNT & Doct. David HUNT Northampton : 1824 [Transcribed by Jane Devlin]

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