Genealogy Report (Custom)
Children of John1 Lyon and Margery (--?--) were as follows:
Children of John2 Lyon and Mary Martin all born in Dorchester Co., MD, were as follows:
He left a will;
In the Name of God Amen this Fourth Day of September one thousand seven Hundred & sixty: I Petter Lyon Sen. Of the county of Albemarle & Parish of St. Ann being sick in Body but of good & perfect Memory thanks be to almighty God & Calling to Remembrance e uncertain State of this Transitarry Life & that all Flesh must yield unto death when it shall Please God to Call; Do make Constitute ordain & declare this my last will and Testament in Manner & Form Following Revokeing & Annulling by these presents al & every Testament & Testaments, Will & Wills heretofore by me made & declared either by word or writing & this is to be taken only for my Last Will & Testament & none other now for ye Selling of my temporal Estate & Goods & Chattles & Debts as hath ple ed God for above my Desire? To bestow upon me I do order give & Dispose the same in manner and Form Following, (that is to say) First I will that all these Debts & dues as I owe in right? or account by my Death or Funeral shall be paid or ordered to be id within Convenient time after my Decease by my Executors hereafter named: First I give & bequeath unto my Loveing wife Margret Lyon her thirds of all my Estate Real & personal & that she shall have one Cow taken off the Holl for Repairing her House she now lives in & the Remainder of the said Cows price to her use, Together w h her Bed & Household Furniture she now poseseth such as her & hert pot pan & putter; & further that my son Petter Lyon shall be obligest to find his Mother wood for firing and yt. Sufficiently & fall Dureing her Lifetime if not Ten Shilling in Lew the of yearly & Son Nicholas shall be obliged for his part to find his Mother yearly three Barrels of Corn & both of them equally shall be obliged to find her yearly a Sufficient Quantity of meat. & next I give & bequeath unto my Loveing son Petter Lyon th Plantation where he now Liveth, Together with one Hundred Acres of Land now in his posesion Together with ye orchard & fields according to a Division made before Alexander Blane & John Lyon Elisha Lyon between the said Petter Lyon & Nicholas Lyon Togeth with all Movables? Now in his posesion & thirdly I give & bequeath unto my Loveing son Nicholas Lyon one Hundred &
Fifty acres of Land Lying along ye Mountain now in his posesion with Houses, orchards fields Together with such part of the Movables? as e hath in posesion & fourthly I give & bequeath unto my Daughter Elizabeth Bealy wife to John Bealey a certain Tract or parcel of Land Supposed to be Fifty Acres of Land Lying along Alexander Blanes line & Joyning Millers line upon ye Creek Runing Down the Mouth of the Spring Branch Corners upon a poplar thence to the Head of the Spring which lyeth between both plantations thence up ye Road Road to Nicholas & Joyn his Line now in the posesion of the Said Elizabeth & John Bealy for & Dureing the said lizabeth Bealey Life & John Bealy Widdowhood & after the Experation of ye aforesaid time the said Tract or parsal of Land Given unto the Elizabeth
Bailey & John Bailey is to be returned unto Peter Lyon or his Heirs with all its Improvements Cleer & free f all Debts & Incumbrances and further I will that my Stock & other Materals should be equally Devided into three Equal Parts that is to say Between my two Sons & my wife and lastly I will yt. If the said Nicholas Lyon should Dye without an Heir Lawfull begotten of his own Body that ye said Petter Lyon Bro to Nicholas Lyon shall be Heir of all his Real Estate: I do hereby constitute & ordain Petter Lyon Nicholas Lyon & George Blane for my Executors In Witness hereof I have hereunto set my Hand & Seal t Day & Year above written.
Peter Lyon his Mark (a "P&L" in a "logo")
Signed Sealed & Delivered In the presence of us* Alexander Blane (his) Hannah H. Blane (mark) George Blane
At Albemarle May Court 1764 This Will was proved by the Oaths of Alexander Blane & Hannah Blane two of the Witnesses thereto & ordered to be recorded
And at a Court held for Albemarle County the Eleventh Day of October 1764
On the Motion of Peter Lyon & Nicholas Lyon who made oath according to Law
Certificate is granted them for obtaining probat of the said Will in due from Given Security which they with John Lyon there Security entered into & acknowledged their Bond accordingly.
John Nicholas, Clerk.
Children of Peter3 Lyon and Margaret (--?--) were as follows:
The Inventory of his estate was compiled by John Smith, Peter Holland, John Divers, and Daniel Ward:
Six slaves (three women, two boys, and a girl), two horses, twelve head of cattle, two sheep, four beds, two tables, two chests, two trunks, a gun, and the usual farm equipment. He appeared on the census of 1786 in Franklin Co., VA; Personal Property Tax List - No. of Tithes - 4; Whites over 21 - 1; Whites under 21 - 0; Slaves over 16 - 3; Slaves under 16 - 4; Horses - 3; Cattle- 16.
Children of Elisha4 Lyon and Phoebe Nix were as follows:
Children of Elisha5 Lyon Jr. and Rhoda (Roda) Hatcher were as follows:
He appeared on the census of 1850 in Patrick Co., VA; Daniel Lyon, age 44 -
Lucy, age 35
Elisha W., age 19 - Laborer
Celia, age 17
John, age 15 - Laborer
Sarah F., age 13
Daniel B., Jr., age 11
James P., age 7
Marshall A., age 6
Mary E., age 4
Peter M., age 1.
Children of Daniel B.6 Lyon and Lucy Dillon were as follows:
He appeared on the census of 1850 in Patrick Co., VA; William Lyon, age 39 -
Sarah, age 46
James, age 20 - Laborer
Eliza, age 18
Silas, age 15
Julia, age 14
William, age 12
Lucinda, age 10
Martha, age 8
Tazwell, age 6
Rhoda, age 75.
Children of William6 Lyon and Sarah (--?--) were as follows:
8. John Dudley7 Lyon (Daniel6, Elisha5, Elisha4, Peter3, John2, John1) was born on September 4, 1835 in Patrick Co., VA. He married Mary Ann Meador, daughter of Josiah Meador, on June 21, 1858; Marriage performed by Rufus Pack.2 He died on November 18, 1904 at age 69.
The John D. Lyon family appeared on the 1880 Mercer County, WV census
John D. Lyon, age 43, Farmer, born in VA, no birth place for parents given
Mary A., age 51, Wife, Keeping House, born in WV as were her parents
Children: All born in WV
James J., age 21, Single, Farm Laborer
William J., age 11, Farm Laborer
They were living in Jumping Branch District, Mercer County.
Enlisted in Company B 23rd Battalion Virginia Infantry. Enlisted in Mercer Co., VA (WV) September 13, 1862, By Captain Beckley for 2 years. Vouchers show he was present for rollcall , but received no pay until January 1, 1863. He received pay from Capt. Dunlap for May, June, July, August, September, October, November and December 1863.
The Company Muster Roll records have the following remarks:
December 31, 1863 Absent sick in hospital at Parisburg since 16 Dec 1863.
April 1, 1864 Absent sick in Mercer County, VA since 22 Feb 1864.
April 30, 1864 Camp Northrop, Greenbrier County, VA - absent sick.
October 31, 1864 Absent sick.
February , 1865 Sick - Mercer Furlod Hospital, Union, Monroe Co., March 10, 1864.
Children of John Dudley7 Lyon and Mary Ann Meador were as follows:
9. William Josiah8 Lyons (John7Lyon, Daniel6, Elisha5, Elisha4, Peter3, John2, John1) was born on July 16, 1868. He married Amanda Louemma Tabor, daughter of George Overtone Tabor and Olive Worrell, on November 18, 1886.6 He married Nina (--?--). He died on July 4, 1944 in Beckley, Raleigh Co., WV, at age 75; cause of death was a Diabetic Coma.7 He was described as having a real thick mustache and smoked a pipe. He was the owner of Oakwood Market at 708 S. Oakwood Ave. in Beckley, Raleigh Co., WV.
Children of William Josiah8 Lyons and Amanda Louemma Tabor were as follows:
10. Lonia Ann9 Lyons (William8, John7Lyon, Daniel6, Elisha5, Elisha4, Peter3, John2, John1) was born on May 26, 1889 in Mercer Co., WV. She married Walton Pegram on September 15, 1909. She died in 1940 in Jonben, Raleigh Co., WV.
Children of Lonia Ann9 Lyons and Walton Pegram were as follows:
Children of Blanch Olive9 Lyons and Ruben Guy Weingartner were as follows:12. John Arley9 Lyons (William8, John7Lyon, Daniel6, Elisha5, Elisha4, Peter3, John2, John1) was born on October 16, 1894 in Camp Creek, Mercer Co., WV; In 1955, he had his birth record corrected at the Court House from 10-15-1894 to 10-16-1894. He married Winnie Hobart Cook, daughter of Thomas Boyd Cook and Louisa Estas Thompson, on August 1, 1917 in Princeton, Mercer Co., WV.8 He died on November 1, 1963 in MacArthur, Raleigh Co., WV, at age 69; cause of death was Coronary Occlusion, Arteriosclerotic heart disease.7 He was Head Bookkeeper and Office Manager for the E.C. Mentor Coal Company.
Children of John Arley9 Lyons and Winnie Hobart Cook were as follows:
Children of Myrtle9 Lyons and Gould Adams are:14. Daisy Elizabeth9 Lyons (William8, John7Lyon, Daniel6, Elisha5, Elisha4, Peter3, John2, John1) was born on February 4, 1902. She married Roy Fyock. She died on July 27, 1966 at age 64.
Children of Daisy Elizabeth9 Lyons and Roy Fyock were:15. William Theodore9 Lyons (William8, John7Lyon, Daniel6, Elisha5, Elisha4, Peter3, John2, John1) was born on November 2, 1904. He married Irene (--?--). He died on December 2, 1959 at age 55.
Children of William Theodore9 Lyons and Irene (--?--) were as follows:
Children of Hildred Dawn9 Lyons and Earl M. Blakely were as follows:
Children of Corrine9 Johnson and an unknown spouse are:
Children of Juanita10 Pegram and (--?--) Cook were as follows:
Children of John Arley10 Lyons Jr. and Joyce (--?--) are as follows:
His obituary appeared in the Telegraph, Macaon, GA on October 10, 2001:
William W. "Bill" Lyons, Sr. -CENTERVILLE - William W. "Bill" Lyons, Sr., 80, died Monday, October 8 at his residence. Funeral services will be Thursday at 2P.M. in the chapel of Macon Memorial Park Funeral Home, with burial to follow in Macon Memorial Park with full military honors. Mr. Lyons was born in Sullivan, WV to the late John Arley and Winnie H. Lyons, but has lived in Centerville for the past 10 years. He was a retired MSgt with the United States Airforce and the State Labor Department after 20 years. Mr. Lyons was of the Catholic faith. Survivors include his wife, Donna Lyons of Centerville; three children, Twila C. Nyland of Manassas, VA, William W. Lyons, Jr. of Warner Robins, and Mark Arley Lyons of Macon; brothers and sisters, John A. Lyons, Jr. of Broken Arrow, OK, Emma L. Lyons of Beckley, WV., Joseph F. Lyons of Eugene, OR, James C. Lyons of Wirtz, VA, Patricia L. Parker of Hollywood, FL and Louis J. Lyons of Macarthur, WV; nine grandchildren and eleven great grandchildren. The family will receive friends at Macon Memorial Park Funeral Home Wednesday from 6:00 until 8:00 P.M. Macon Memorial Park Funeral Home has charge of arrangements.
Children of William Warren10 Lyons Sr. and Lillian Estelle Wade were as follows:
Children of Joseph Frederick10 Lyons and Helen (--?--) are:22. James Calvin10 Lyons (John9, William8, John7Lyon, Daniel6, Elisha5, Elisha4, Peter3, John2, John1) was born on December 2, 1924 in Beckley, Raleigh Co., WV. He married Marjorie Doreen Box on September 21, 1946 in St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Beckley, Raleigh Co., WV.
"Jim was born in Beckley, West Virginia, on December 2, 1924. He was the fifth child out of nine born to Winnie Hobart Cook Lyons and John Arley Lyons. He spent his early years growing up in coal camps in southern West Virginia, particularly Hot Coal, Wyco, and Tams. His family finally moved to MacArthur (outside Beckley), where he lived until joining the Army in 1943.
Upon returning to Beckley after World War II, Jim married Marjorie Doreen Box, whom he had met in school at Woodrow Wilson High School. He and Doreen were married on September 21, 1946, at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Beckley.
Jim attended school at Concord College in Athens, West Virginia, as well as Mercer University in Macon, Georgia. He and Doreen moved from Georgia to Lexington, Virginia, where Jim attended and graduated from Washington & Lee University with a law degree in 1951.
After graduation, Jim and Doreen moved to Pineville, West Virginia, where Jim began his law practice. During Jim's career in law, he served in many capacities in the judicial system. He was an assistant prosecuting attorney, mental health commissioner, and divorce commissioner at the local level. He also served on the Worker's Compensation Appeal Board of West Virginia, and was a justice for the state's Court of Claims before his retirement in 1990.
Doreen, a registered nurse, worked in Pineville for a general practitioner and obstetrician, as well as at an area hospital before becoming a County Health Nurse. She retired in 1990 after twenty-seven years with the Wyoming County Health Department.
While living in Pineville, Jim and Doreen were actively involved in many civic, professional, and social organizations. They were also active members of the First United Methodist Church.
Jim and Doreen have three daughters: Marjorie Pamela Lyons Cook, who is married to Newman Earl Cook, works as a curriculum specialist for a school district. Earl is a superintendent of a mine. Pam and Earl have two sons, Jeffrey Earl and James Lyon Garrett.
Suzanne Dawn Lyons Cook is married to Arlis Dewayne Cook, formerly of Pineville. They now live in Wyoming, on a private ranch. They are the parents of one daughter, Amanda Dawn. Arlis manages a ranch, and Suzanne works as the bookkeeper for a lumber company.
Rebecca Elaine Lyons Durham lives in West Virginia, and has one daughter, Rebecca Caitlyn.
Upon retiring in 1990, Jim and Doreen moved to rural Virginia. Jim spends much of his time reading about the history of the region, gardening, cutting brush, mowing grass, and generally puttering around in his workshop. Doreen tries to find time to read, quilt, cross-stitch, paint, and weave baskets when Jim doesn't have her "helping" him putter around. They are both active members of their Church, and they enjoy spending time with their friends and family."
Children of James Calvin10 Lyons and Marjorie Doreen Box are as follows:
Children of Patricia10 Lyons and Raymond Harold Smith are as follows:
Children of Patricia10 Lyons and Richard Daniel Sr. were as follows:
"He was the 6th child born to John Arley and Winnie H. Cook Lyons. His father was a bookkeeper for the coal company and they lived in a house furnished by the coal company. It was a fine brick home. The family moved to MacArthur when George was a young boy.
All of the boys went to the war (World War II) and it was a very trying time for the mother and father to endure as they had to watch each of them leave. George joined the US Air Force on October 16, 1945 and served until October 5, 1948. He had not graduated from high school when he went in the service but he was given his diploma from Woodrow Wilson High School in Beckley when he returned.
He joined the US Army on December 2, 1949 and was serving in Korea when the Korean war broke out. He served in the army until December 1, 1952. He returned and was in the West Virginia Air National Guard from October 28, 1953 until June 1, 1954. He had been attending college and working at different jobs during this period.
On June 2, 1954, he went to work for the West Virginia Air National Guard in Charleston as an airplane mechanic. He also, at that time, continued to attend Morris Harvey College in Charleston. In September 1954 he met Janet Hylton at the skating rink in MacArthur, WV and they were married on April 29, 1955. He continued to work at the airport in Charleston until September of 1955 when he resigned and George and Janet moved to Macon, GA where George attended Mercer University taking pre-law. However, in January of 1956 Janet found she was pregnant and at that time women didn't work very long when they were pregnant. George quit school and they returned to Beckley where George worked at different jobs until September 8, 1956.
In September, 1956 George went to work for the West Virginia Air National Guard. Daniel Wayne was born on October 9, 1956. George worked as an airplane mechanic for several years and then he became a supervisor of the line crew.
On October 17, 1961 James Todd was born. In March 1963 George and Janet bought their house which is where they have resided since. On February 10, 1966 Ronald Duane Lyons was born.
George continued to work at the Air National Guard as a training supervisor until December of 1983 when he retired from full time work, but he had been appointed the Chief Enlisted Advisor for the state of West Virginia. He was to serve as an advisor from the enlisted men to the Adjutant General of the state. This was to be a part time duty and he was sworn in on January 3, 1984. On February 22, 1984 George had a serious heart attack and on March 22, 1984 he had quadruple bypass surgery. He did very well after the surgery but was unable to pass the physical that the Air Force required so he was forced to resign his position.
George loved his family and he was always involved in the activities of the boys. He also loved to work on the house and the cars and was always starting new projects. In 1980 he built a 2 car garage in the back yard and after his heart attack he made a family room out of the garage that he had added to the house in 1965. It became the favorite room in the house.
Janet had worked as a telephone operator before she married George but she resigned so she could go to Georgia with George in 1955. She stayed home and kept the boys until 1967 when she returned to the telephone company to work again. She worked as an operator for several years when she transferred to the plant department and became a repair clerk. She worked at this job until the company began to go to computers and the job title was changed to maintenance administrator. This really meant that the phone lines were all tested for trouble by computer. She continued to work for the phone company until she retired in April of 1992.
In 1990 they bought a lot in Florida in hopes of having a winter home there. In February of 1991 they spent their first night in their new home. They continued to go as often as possible and stay as long as they could. Since Janet was not retired yet, their time was limited for the first couple of years. Then on October 18th of 1994 they rode the auto train to Florida and planned to stay until December 1st, when they would go back home to spend Christmas with their family. On November 20, 1994 they went to early church and came back home and George went to the flea market to get grapefruit and then he came back home and said he was going to wash the car. He went out to do that and in a few minutes he came in and he sat down at the table and he said he didn't feel real well. In a couple of minutes his head dropped forward and his hands dropped to his side and he said "Oh Janet" and he was gone. He had lived a very good and active life and if he could have chosen, Janet feels sure that would have been the way he would have chosen to go. He is buried in West Virginia.
Janet continues to live in the home they purchased in 1963. She does some volunteer work for her church. She enjoys her friends and the family which consists of the three sons and daughters in law and the seven grandchildren. They all live close and visit frequently."
Children of George Robert10 Lyons and Janet Nila Hylton are as follows:
Beckley, WV Register Herald and Columbus Dispatch Obituary on September 10, 1999
Mary E. Wallace
MARION, Ohio - Mary Elizabeth Lyons Wallace, 70, formerly of Beckley, died Tuesday, Sept. 7, 1999, in a Marion hospital.
Born Aug. 19, 1929, at Hot Coal, she was the daughter of the late John and Winnie Cook Lyons. Mrs. Wallace was a homemaker. She was preceded in death by a brother, George Lyons.
Survivors include her husband, Richard S. Wallace Jr.; a son, Richard S. Wallace III and his wife, Judy; a daughter, Susan E. Richmond; brothers and sisters, John, Fred, Bill, Louis, Jim Lyons, Patricia Parker and Emma Lyons; a sister-in-law, Janet Lyons; and many other relatives and friends.
Services will be 4 p.m. Sunday at Rutherford-Corbin Funeral Home,
Worthington Chapel, 515 High St., Worthington, Ohio. Burial will follow at a
later date. Friends may call one hour before services Sunday at the
funeral home. Arrangements by Rutherford-Corbin Funeral Home, Worthington.14
Harry Overton Lockman Jr. was born on March 10, 1910 in Handley, Kanawha Co., WV. He married Ela Blackwell circa 1934; This was a "shotgun" wedding. He and Ela Blackwell were divorced. He died on May 5, 1951 in Beckley, Raleigh Co., WV, at age 41; cause of death was a basal fracture of the skull & 1st & 2nd cervical vertebrae.7 He was buried; in London Memorial Park near Montgomery, WV. After graduation from Virginia Politechnical Institute, he worked for the Civilian Conservation Corp. - probably in Cincinnati, OH. Later he worked in Cincinnati, OH for the Edna Brass Steel Manufacturing Company as an accountant. He was described as 6' 4", black hair and blue eyes. Harry was a very brilliant man whose hobby was model rail roading. He created a miniature town on plywood, making mountains, tunnels, water towers, train station with stores and houses, small tracks with switching stations, traffic crossing. He was shy to some extent but he would enjoy talking about his trains, also his college days at VPI in Blacksburg, VA. He was graduated from Virginia Politechnical Institute in 1933.
Children of Mary Elizabeth10 Lyons and Harry Overton Lockman Jr. are:
Children of Mary Elizabeth10 Lyons and Richard Stanley Wallace Jr. are:
His Obituary was published in the Bluefield Daily Telegraph, October 22, 2001:
Louis J. Lyons
VAN METER, Iowa - Louis J. Lyons, 67, of Van Meter, formerly of Macarthur, died Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2001 at his home.
Born Oct. 24, 1933 at Hot Coal, he was the son of the late John A. Lyons Sr. and Winnie Cook Lyons. He was a veteran of the Korean War and was a retired funeral director. He attended Saint Frances DeSales Catholic Church in Beckley. He was a former Alderman in the town of Grain Valley, Mo., and was a life member of the V.F.W. and the D.A.V.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by one sister, Mary Elizabeth Wallace; and two brothers, George R. Lyons and William W. Lyons.
He is survived by one daughter, Susan Lynn Doyel and husband, Chris of Grain Valley; three brothers, John A. Lyons Jr. and wife, Joyce of Independence, Kan., Joseph F. Lyons and wife, Helen of Eugene, Ore., and James C. Lyons and wife, Doreen of Wirtz, Va., formerly of Pineville; two sisters, Emma Louise Lyons of Beckley, and Patricia Parker and husband, John of Hollywood, Fla.; one sister-in-law, Janet Lyons; and five grandchildren, Jessica, Brittney, Caitlen, Shelby, and Dakota.
Funeral services will be conducted at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Rowland H. Bailey Funeral Chapel of Bailey-Kirk Funeral home in Princeton with the Rev. Larry Dyer officiating. Interment will follow at the Oakwood Cemetery, Princeton where military rites will be conducted by American Legion Post 175 of Bradshaw, V.F.W. Post 1144 of Ieager and the Mercer County Veterans Council.
Friends may call at the funeral home from 6-8 p.m. today.
The following is Louis' autobiography:
Louis was the nineth and youngest son born to John A. and Winnie Cook Lyons at Hot Coal, Raleigh County, West Virginia. He attended schools in Raleigh County and Beckley. On Oct 24, 1950, his seventeenth birthday, he enlisted in the US Army. He arrived at the 24th Infantry Division north of Seoul Korea, at the age of 17 years and 4 months old. He was one of the youngest American soldiers in Korea at that time. During his last few months of duty in Korea he was assigned to the 17th Field Artillery, known as the Persuaders because of their 8" Howitzers that wrecked havoc on the North Koreans and Chinese. After 10 years of service he was discharged in 1960.
Louis was a country music diskjockey for eight years in Charleston, WV. He, then, spent the next twenty-five years in the funeral business in Florida, before leaving to become a representative of a national manufacturer of embalming fluid.
On May 11, 1963 he married Amelia Danello. They had one daughter Susan. He had five grandchildren. During the 1990's, he lived in Grain Valley, Jackson County, Missouri, where he was a City Alderman. Louis' hobby was politics. He researched the life of President Harry Truman, from President Truman's birth in Lamar, Missouri to his death in 1972 in Independence, MO and the Jackson Democratic Club with Tom Pendergast that propelled the man from Missouri to the highest office in this land.
Louis was a 100% disabled veteran of the Korean War, and a lifetime member of the DAV and VFW. Late in life, he lived in Princeton, WV, moving there to care for his sister, Emma, who is in a nursing home from a stroke that left her paralyzed on one side and damaged her brain.
Louis had moved to Iowa just weeks before his death.
Children of Louis Johnson10 Lyons and Amy Danello are:
Children of Connie10 Lyons and (--?--) Ayd are as follows:
Children of Micki10 Lyons and (--?--) Wyatt were:
Children of Richard Wayne10 Lyons and an unknown spouse are as follows:
Children of John11 Cook and Jeannette (--?--) were as follows:
Children of Phyllis Jean11 Cook and Berman James Meadows were as follows:32. William Warren11 Lyons Jr. (William10, John9, William8, John7Lyon, Daniel6, Elisha5, Elisha4, Peter3, John2, John1) was born on August 13, 1946. He married Wanna Suzanne Pope on June 23, 1973. He also went by the name of Buddy.
Children of William Warren11 Lyons Jr. and Wanna Suzanne Pope are as follows:
Children of Marjorie Pamela11 Lyons and Newman Earl Cook are as follows:
Children of Susanne Dawn11 Lyons and Arlis D. Cook are:35. Rebecca Elaine11 Lyons (James10, John9, William8, John7Lyon, Daniel6, Elisha5, Elisha4, Peter3, John2, John1) was born on October 28, 1954 in Pineville, Wyoming Co., WV. She married A. S. Durham.
Children of Rebecca Elaine11 Lyons and A. S. Durham are:36. Ann Louise11 Smith (Patricia10Lyons, John9, William8, John7Lyon, Daniel6, Elisha5, Elisha4, Peter3, John2, John1) was born on January 1, 1944 in Wyco, Wyoming Co., WV. She married John Danley. She and John Danley were divorced.
Children of Ann Louise11 Smith and John Danley were as follows:
Children of Romona Sue11 Smith and Ken Griggs are:38. Cheryl11 Daniel (Patricia10Lyons, John9, William8, John7Lyon, Daniel6, Elisha5, Elisha4, Peter3, John2, John1) was born on October 1, 1948 in Huntington, Cabel Co., WV. She married Richard E. McDorman Sr., son of Harry McDorman and Betty Burton, on June 22, 1968 in Scholfield Barrack, HI. She died on February 6, 1973 in Morgantown, Monongalia Co., WV, at age 24.
Children of Cheryl11 Daniel and Richard E. McDorman Sr. are:
Children of Karen M.11 Daniel and Michael J. Larrick are:40. Daniel Wayne11 Lyons (George10, John9, William8, John7Lyon, Daniel6, Elisha5, Elisha4, Peter3, John2, John1) was born on October 9, 1956 in Beckley, Raleigh Co., WV. He married Nancy Lee Acree, daughter of John Henry Acree and Mary Lithicum, on March 17, 1980 in Martinsburg, Berkeley Co., WV. He married Lynda Lee McMullen on June 19, 1995 in Winchester, VA.
Children of Daniel Wayne11 Lyons and Nancy Lee Acree all born in Martinsburg, Berkeley Co., WV, are as follows:
Children of James Todd11 Lyons and Donna Marie Cameron are as follows:
Children of Ronald Duanne11 Lyons and Beth Ann Warcholak were as follows:
Children of Susan11 Lyons and (--?--) Billings are as follows:44. Jay11 Ayd (Connie10Lyons, William9, William8, John7Lyon, Daniel6, Elisha5, Elisha4, Peter3, John2, John1) married Katie (--?--).
Children of Jay11 Ayd and Katie (--?--) are:
Children of Nancy12 Cook and Rick Goodman are as follows:46. Dionna12 Cook (John11, Juanita10Pegram, Lonia9Lyons, William8, John7Lyon, Daniel6, Elisha5, Elisha4, Peter3, John2, John1) married Harold Griffith.
Children of Dionna12 Cook and Harold Griffith are as follows:47. Patty12 Cook (John11, Juanita10Pegram, Lonia9Lyons, William8, John7Lyon, Daniel6, Elisha5, Elisha4, Peter3, John2, John1) married Kevin Wilson.
Children of Patty12 Cook and Kevin Wilson are as follows:48. Pamela Darlene12 Meadows (Phyllis11Cook, Juanita10Pegram, Lonia9Lyons, William8, John7Lyon, Daniel6, Elisha5, Elisha4, Peter3, John2, John1) married T. D. Francis.
Children of Pamela Darlene12 Meadows and T. D. Francis are as follows:49. B. J.12 Meadows (Phyllis11Cook, Juanita10Pegram, Lonia9Lyons, William8, John7Lyon, Daniel6, Elisha5, Elisha4, Peter3, John2, John1) married Jeanie (--?--).
Children of B. J.12 Meadows and Jeanie (--?--) are as follows:50. Vanessa L.12 Danley (Ann11Smith, Patricia10Lyons, John9, William8, John7Lyon, Daniel6, Elisha5, Elisha4, Peter3, John2, John1) married Paul VanGilder.
Children of Vanessa L.12 Danley and Paul VanGilder are as follows:
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