The Lyons Family


Aborn Lyons
20 November 2007, 7:59 pm
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ABORN LYONS, the sixth child of Michael Lyons and his first wife, Mary Hayes Lyons, married Elizabeth Ann Reeves on March 15, 1842. Elizabeth Ann was the daughter of John Reeves and his wife, Susan Nolan, of New York. (Susan Nolan Reeves Aikley was the third wife of Michael Lyons. See Reeves Family Collateral Relatives, Part VI.) Aborn Lyons and his wife, Elizabeth Ann Lyons had eight children:

    • Lyman Constantine Lyons, born March 2, 1843.
    • Lucinda Reeves Lyons, born November 15, 1845, who married
      W. D. White.
    • Henry Bascom Lyons, born June 20, 1848.
    • Franklin Lyons, born in April, 1851.
    • Nannie Sue Lyons, born October 15, 1853, who married Crawley
      D. Rose.
    • Jefferson Aborn Lyons, born September 28, 1856.
    • Mary Ella Lyons, born July 23, 1862, who married Walter
      Augustus White.
    • ERNEST JOHN LYONS, born April 22, 1865.

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From Big Papa:

The following is data on the children of John Reeves and his wife, Susan Nolan Reeves, except ELIZABETH ANN REEVES, who has already been covered in Chapter IV, Part One.
John Reeves married Susan Nolan, of New York. John died on No­vember 15, 1827, at age 55. John and Susan had the following children in addition to Elizabeth Ann, who was their fourth child:

Alexander Hamilton Reeves, born December 1, 1811, died August
24, 1820.
Jackson A. Reeves, born October 15, 1814, died August 24, 1832.
Lucinda A. Reeves, born August 15, 1817, died in 1845.  She mar­
ried Washington Ford in 1834.
Thomas Jefferson Reeves, born February 17, 1826, died January
22, 1850.
Franklin B. Reeves, born February 17, 1829, probably in New York,’
died September 16, 1853.

The Reeves apparently lived at Tupelo, Mississippi. The above was taken from the Family Bible in possession of Mrs. Joyce Miller, Bogalusa, Louisiana.

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