Category Archives: Lymburner

Home Among the Gum Trees

This Australia Day, I set myself a challenge to write a brief overview of my ancestors who made us who we are today, fair dinkum true-blue Aussies. Some came of their own accord, paying for their passage, while others were … Continue reading

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52 Ancestors #49 – Winter – Charles Harry Norman Lymburner [1864-1938]

Well, who would have thought that I’ve missed telling the story about one of my very important ancestors? My great grandfather on my paternal side of the family. I need to make amends and fit Charles Harry Norman Lymburner into … Continue reading

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52 Ancestors #43 – Cause of Death

Now, this weeks prompt should be enough to make some of our family sit up and take notice and take better care of themselves. There are many and varied reasons as to why someone dies and often it can be … Continue reading

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52 Ancestors #38 – Unusual Source – Adam Lymburner / Hocken [1848-

In last weeks newsletter, I alluded to an illegitimate child of Adam Lymburner Lymburner and we read how the name Lymburner had died out in the direct lineage due to their being no sons to carry on the name and … Continue reading

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52 Ancestors #37 – Closest to Your Birthday – Adam Lymburner Lymburner [1824-1893]

In all my writings over the past few years, it wasn’t until I was searching for whose birthday was closest to mine for the next blog prompt, that I realised I’ve not told the story fully about my 2nd great-grandfather … Continue reading

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52 Ancestors #20 – Another Language – Matthew Lymburner

In 2002, Bob and I had the privilege of visiting our Canadian relatives who up until then, I’d only met on the internet! God forbid that they weren’t axe murderers!!! My new found relatives were so accommodating and made us … Continue reading

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