Category Archives: Lymburner
This week’s blog prompt “longevity’ had me delving into my ancestor’s ages when they died and to find out who made it into their 80s or even their 90s. Thank goodness it wasn’t too hard to find as I have … Continue reading
Tuesday 9th August 2016 is census day. On this day we are all required to fill in a census form which is an official count of the population by the government. The questions tend to change from year to year. … Continue reading
Just when we thought all our ancestors who served our country were accounted for, I remembered that there was a Lymburner relative who was lost in WWI. Geoffrey Arnold Lymburner No. 372 was born the 6th child of 8, on the … Continue reading
As you would have read on my post of the 19th July 2014, the local Geraldton Express had an article relating to Charles Lymburner being sued for maintenance by his wife Zenobia. These being the parents of Annie Norma Lymburner.
Adam Lymburn Delisser was born 10 May 1824, the eldest son of Alexander Delisser and Deborah Crawford and was baptised in the Parish of Saint Pancras, in the County of Middlesex, England, 9 June 1824. Adam is the father of … Continue reading
Charles Harry Norman Lymburner (Norman as he was known) was born the youngest son of Adam Lymburn Delisser and Elizabeth Jeffs on the 24th April, 1864 at Dashwoods Gully, in the District of Strathalbyn, South Australia. Norman moved with his … Continue reading