Lyman Family

Richard Lyman, was born in 1580 at High Ongar, England. He removed to America in August, 1631; landing at Boston 11th November, 1631; became a settler in Charlestown, and with his wife, Sarah Osborne, joined the Church in what is now Roxbury on 15th October, 1635. Along with about 100 persons he became one of the first settlers of Hartford, Connecticut, and one of the original proprietors of the town. He died in August 1641. His name is inscribed on a stone column now standing in the rear of the Center Church of Hartford, erected in memory of the first settlers of the city. He mararied Sarah Osborne, daughter of Roger Osborne of Halstead, Kent, England. Richard Lyman's Will

First Generation

Children of Richard Lyman and Sarah Osborne
William Lyman (?-1615)
Phillis Lyman (1611-?) m. William Hills
Richard Lyman (1613) (died young)
William Lyman (1616-1616)
Richard Lyman (1617-1662) m. Hepzibah Ford (1625), d/o Thomas Ford (who migrated from Dorchester, Dorsetshire to America in 1630 on the Mary & John
Sarah Lyman (1620) m. Sgt. John Ward (abt. 1625-1694)
Anne Lyman (1621) (died young)
John Lyman (1623)
Robert Lyman (1629) m. Hepzibah Bascom (m. in 1662)

Second Generation

Children of Richard Lyman and Hepzibah Ford
Hepzibah Lyman m. Joseph Dewey (m. 1662)
Sarah Lyman m. John Marsh, Jr. (m. 1666)
Richard Lyman (lived in Lebanon, CT)
Thomas Lyman (lived in Durham, CT)
Eliza Lyman m. Joshua Pomeroy (m. 1672)
John Lyman (1655-1727) m. Abigail
Joanna (1658-?)
Hannah Lyman (1660) m. Job Pomeory (m. in 1677)

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