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Dear PWT, many thanks for your latest reply.
It seems I may have misinterpreted your earlier post of 3 April. But I can't see how
else Robert Thomas Lyons could be a step-son of James Laming unless his (Robert
Thomas') mother had married James Laming.
Can you explain how the step- relationship came about in this case?
The Sarah Wardell (Wardall) Lyons you mentioned was the daughter of my John Lyons, the
information I have is as follows:
John Lyons, b. abt 1780, occupation Laceman/Wharfinger, Carpenter etc.
He married Mary Skeate, 20 Mar 1808, in St Stephen and St Benet Sherehog, London, b. 1 May
1782, Hampshire, England, (daughter of Henry Skeat and Ann Harward).
i. Robert James Lyons, b. 3 Apr 1809, London.
ii. Harriett Lyons b. abt 1810.
iii. Sarah Wardall Lyons, b. 6 Apr 1811, London.
iv. Frederick Laming Lyons b. 1815.
v. Henry Lyons, b. abt 1818.
vi. Susanna Lyons, b. abt 1818, d. 1819, buried: 1 Oct 1819, Cosgrove, Northamptonshire.
vii. James Laming Lyons b. 19 Jul 1820.
viii. John Edward Lyons, b. abt 1822.
ix. Emely Susannah Lyons, b. 31 Dec 1826, Rahere Street, St Lukes Parish, Middlesex.
I am descended from Frederick Laming Lyons.
Can you explain the James Laming relationship in more detail for me please? I would also
love to see the James Laming will when you have transcribed it (I know they can be tedious
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