Benjamin LYMAN1674
1. Genealogies of New Jersey Families
2. Lyman COLEMAN D.D., Genealogy of the Lyman Family in Great Britain and America (Albany,N.Y. J. Munsell State Street 1872)
3. New England Historical and Genealogical Register (1847- 1994) The New England Historical and Genealogical Register . (Online database: NewEnglandAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001), (Orig. Pub. New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, MA. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 148 vols., 1847-1994.) Vol 43 p 41, The Pomeroys of Northampton, MA
4. Register of the Deaths in Northampton [Hampshire Co., MA] 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] http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jdevlin/ma/pittsfield_ma_church.htm
14 Oct 1723, Lieut. Benjamin Lyman
5. Vital Records of Northampton, Massachusetts
6. Lieut. Benjamin, 4th son of Ensign John, and grandson of Richard I. He was an esterprising, thriving man, and his estate free from debt was appraised at �1,147. At the time of his death he owned five hundred acres of land in Bedford tract near Granville. He also traded some, and his shop goods were appraised at �198. He was an extensive farmer and fatted cattle in the stall. He owned a negro slave named Nancy, who was appraised at �40. In the division of his estate, his sons Joseph and Caleb had the homestead. Joseph had the lot which had been in possession of his father and grandfather, and descended in his family to his widow Thankful, who m. 2d Ensign Nathaniel Lewis, of Farmington, Connecticut......4, 1726. She, however, returned to Northampton, in her old age, and died there. Surname spelled as Limon in Vital Records of Northampton, Massachusetts which was a common spelling in those days

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