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The ancestors of the Lhamon family came from Switzerland. There the name was spelled Lehman. In this country it developed many variations, the most common of which are Layman, Lhamon, Lahmon, and Lemmon.

The immigrant ancestor, John Christian Lehman, settled in Pennsylvania. After his death in 1748, the family moved to Frederick County, Maryland. Nearly fifty years later, part of the family relocated to Rockingham County, Virginia. Later generations continued spreading out to Ohio, Indiana, Michigan,and other states.


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  1. John Christian LEHMAN, born about 1699; died 1748/49. He married Anna Margaret ---- (born about 1699/1705). Their children included:
     
  2. Ludwig or Lewis LEHMAN, born about 1736/40; died 1820 in Rockingham County, Virginia. He married Elisabeth ---- (born about 1744). Their children included:
     
  3. Abraham LAYMAN, born 1765 in Frederick County, Maryland; died 5 July 1850 in Knox County, Ohio; buried in Hope Well Cemetery, Knox County, Ohio. He married on 30 March 1790 in Frederick County, Maryland, Elizabeth FLUCK (born 1769; died 11 August 1843 in Knox County, Ohio; buried in Hope Well Cemetery, Knox County, Ohio). Their children included:
     
  4. Barbara LAYMAN, born 9 May 1791 in Frederick County, Maryland. She had a son, possibly with a man named Peter HINTON:
     
  5. Peter LHAMON, born 27 December 1809 in Virginia; died 15 September 1852 in Monroe Twp, Adams County, Indiana; buried in Spring Hill Cemetery, Adams County, Indiana. He married on 7 April 1831 in Knox County, Ohio, Mary Ann STOVER (born 8 September 1813 in Pennsylvania; died 31 July 1854 in Monroe Twp, Adams County, Indiana; buried in Spring Hill Cemetery, Adams County, Indiana). Their children included:
     
  6. Abraham LHAMON, born 13 June 1832 in Knox County, Ohio; died 27 July 1913 in Monroe, Adams County, Indiana; buried July 1913 in Spring Hill Cemetery, Adams County, Indiana. He married on 12 April 1860 in Decatur, Adams County, Indiana, Margaret Schooler JOHNSON (born 17 December 1835 in Ohio; died 21 September 1912 in Blue Creek Twp, Adams County, Indiana; buried 24 September 1912 in Spring Hill Cemetery, Adams County, Indiana). Their children included:
     
  7. Heenan Sayers LHAMON, born 17 April 1861 in Adams County, Indiana; died 20 January 1937 in Manette, Kitsap County, Washington; buried 22 January 1937 in Tracyton, Kitsap County, Washington. He married on 30 August 1888 in Decatur, Adams County, Indiana, Margaret Louisa SIMS (born 1 January 1869 in Van Wert, Van Wert County, Ohio; died 3 April 1939 in Bremerton, Kitsap County, Washington; buried 8 April 1939 in Tracyton, Kitsap County, Washington). Their children included:
     
  8. Blanche Leota LHAMON, born 2 October 1892 in Willshire, Van Wert County, Ohio; died 4 May 1989 in Port Orchard, Kitsap County, Washington. She married on 29 October 1913 in Scottville, Mason County, Michigan, William Elmer IRISH (born 28 February 1890 in Roy, Douglas County, Missouri; died 12 August 1976 in Vashon, King County, Washington).
     
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