Category Archives: Lymburner

52 Ancestors #18 – Close Up – Adam Lymburner

What does one do with a blog prompt titled “Close Up”? Is this Up Close and Personal, or something that is close to your heart, or is it that you’ve looked at something close up and it has revealed more … Continue reading

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52 Ancestors #13 – A Casualty of the Great War – Geoffrey Lymburner

I’m a bit behind the 8-ball with my blogging for this month and the prompts were not fitting in with what I had in mind. As it is nearing ANZAC Day here in Australia, I’ll be dedicating my posts to … Continue reading

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52 Ancestors #9 Where there’s a Will!

I have veered away from the Campbell family for this post as the prompt this week, “where there’s a will” fits perfectly with this ancestor. I was fairly new to researching, maybe a couple of years in, when I’d heard … Continue reading

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52 Ancestors #4 Alice Zenobia Campell (1870-1946) Part 2

Part 2 of the story of Alice Zenobia Campbell. Zenobia married Charles Harry Norman Lymburner, in Adelaide, South Australia on 28th August 1893 at the age of 23. (well that’s the age I’ve calculated from her known birth to marriage date, … Continue reading

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52 Ancestors #4 Alice Zenobia Campell (1870-1946)

Invite to Dinner is the prompt for this weeks 52 Ancestor challenge. Do I invite the whole family or just one person? I really would like to sit around the dinner table with my great grandparents Charles Norman Lymburner and Alice … Continue reading

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52 Ancestors #3 Annie Norma Lymburner (1894-1989)

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

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