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Samuel Jarret Lemon
August 29, 1916-December 1976
Father of Gerald Wayne Lemon

The Conrad Lemon Family

This information was supplied by Charlotte Haught, please vist her site, Charlotte's Lemon Tree, for the ancestors of Conrad Lemon and Frederick Lemon, her 4th great grandfather.

Notes from Charlotte:
Conrad Lemon is the brother to my g-g-g-g grandfather Frederick Lemon born 1759 in Maryland died 1832. He married Mary Sea.

Conrad Lemon born 18 March 1770 Frederick Co., Md. died 27 June 1843 Allegheny Co., Va. He married 14 April 1801, Botetourt Co. Va. Nancy Gilliland born 20 March 1779 Rockingham Co., Va. died 5 February 1860 Allegheny Co., Va. Conrad served in the War of 1812. He is buried a few miles from Iron Gate, Virginia.

Conrad had a brother Jacob Lemon born ca 1762/3 and died 1848 was married to Jenny Gilliland. My g-g-g grandfather George S. Lemon born ca 1786/89 and died 1866 was married to Nancy Gilliland. She was a daughter of James and Susanna (Young) Gilliland.This Nancy Gilliland was a niece of Jenny and Nancy that married Jacob and Conrad Lemon.

I am not certain but I think Madison Lemon is Samuel Jarrett Lemons line.

Children of Conrad Lemon and Nancy Gilliland

Elizabeth Lemon married William Brown

Caroline Lemon married John Byers

Mariah Lemon married William Byers

Jonathan Lemon married Mrs. Juliet (Douglas) Stuart

*Madison Lemon married Catherine Bear

Agnes Young Lemon did not marry

George Washington Lemon married Dianiah Kessler

Joseph Lemon married Elizabeth Matheny

Mary Jane Lemon married Thomas Jefferson Peters

William Hull Lemon married Menerva Matheny

James Young Lemon married Margaret Kessler

Catherine Susan Lemon married Franklin Rose and ---- Adams

"Our Lemon family" has been searching for their father for over 40 years and thanks to Charlotte, they have been able to locate the family in West Virginia. We cannot feel in the gaps yet but we have proof postive that this is their father's family. We will continue to update this page as more information becomes available. We cannot adequately express our appreciation to Charlotte for the extra efforts made on our behalf. Makes you proud to be associated with this wonderful line.

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