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Lyman, Lucy (b. 19 DEC 1805, d. 3 AUG 1855)

Given Name: Lucy
Death: 3 AUG 1855
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Lyman, Horatio Nelson (b. 2 MAY 1804)
Given Name: Horatio Nelson
Event: Type: Living
Date: 1871
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Lyman, Jane (b. 7 FEB 1808, d. 8 SEP 1832)
Given Name: Jane
Death: 8 SEP 1832
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Lyman, William (b. 2 OCT 1812)
Given Name: William
Event: Type: Living
Date: 1871
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Lyman, Abigail (b. 4 SEP 1814)
Given Name: Abigail
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Lyman, Erastus (b. 29 NOV 1816)
Given Name: Erastus
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Lyman, Frederick (b. 7 DEC 1819)
Given Name: Frederick
Event: Type: Living
Date: 1871
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Lyman, Samuel (b. 29 JUL 1822)
Given Name: Samuel
Event: Type: Living
Date: 1871
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Axtell, Daniel (b. , d. BEF 31 JUL 1684)
Note: Daniel Axtell was a substantial merchant in London, living in Stoke Newington, Middlesex. He was persecuted for his non-conformist religious views and although trained in the law was unable to practice the profession because of the attainder of his father. He was one of the organizers of the second fleet that sailed for South Carolina in 1680 and he was granted three thousand acres by the proprietors. On Aug 10 1681 he was elected a Landgrave by the proprietors, which entitled him to an additional 48,000 acres of land.

He came to South Carolina at about this time but died shortly afterwards. In his will, which is dated Aug 3 1678, he left 500 pounds to each of his seven children and left the remainder of his estate to his wife.
Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: SCHGM
Title: South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine
Page: Vol. 6 (1905), pp.174-176
Given Name: Daniel
Death: BEF 31 JUL 1684 South Carolina
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Axtel, Daniel (b. 1622, d. 1660)
Note: Lieutenant Colonel Daniel Axtel was one of the "regicides," the men held directly responsible for bringing about the death of King Charles I. Nothing is known of his early life except that, according to the Dictionary of National Biography, he "was of a good family, and apprentice to a grocer in Watling Street--facts not then inconsistent with each other."

He was convinced of the rightness of the Parliamentary cause by a sermon, joined the Parliamentary army, and soon rose to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. He took an active part in Pride's Purge and commanded the soldiers at the trial of King Charles I in Westminster Hall in 1648. He accompanied Oliver Cromwell on his Irish expedition and was appointed by Cromwell as governor of Kilkenny. He resigned when Henry Cromwell was put in charge of Ireland after his brother's death but was reappointed governor in 1659.

Axtel returned to England with his troops to help maintain the republic in the face of the imminent restoration of King Charles II, but his troops went over to the other side and he retired to private life.

He was exempted from the bill of indemnity passed by Parliament in July, 1660, and from the general pardon issued by Charles II. He was arraigned at the Old Bailey on October 10, 1660, for "compassing and imagining the death of the King."

Specifically he was said to have commanded the soldiers at the trial, threatened to shoot Lady Fairfax when she objected to the proceedings, beaten his men to force them to shout "justice!" and "execution!" and to have personally insulted the King. The last he vehemently denied and said he had no hand in the King's death. According to the Dictionary of National Biography, he "bewailed his general depravity but justified everything he had done." After his conviction, he predicted that "the surplice and Common Prayer Book would not be long in England."

The sentence for treason, reported the Dictionary of National Biography, "was fully carried out." That is to say that he was hanged, drawn, and quartered and his head was set up "on the further end of Westminster Hall."
Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: DNB
Given Name: Daniel
Death: 1660 London, England
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Channing, William (b. , d. ABT 1724)
Note: William Channing came from Dorchester, England, and came to New York in 1720 as an agent for the Royal Navy.
Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: Moore 2
Title: John Moore, "Memoirs of an American Official In Service to the King" (T
he Journal of American History, Vol. 4, 1910, pp. 29-47.)
he Journal of American History, Vol. 4, 1910, pp. 29-47.
Given Name: William
Death: ABT 1724 New York City
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Bowne, Ann (b. , d. ABT 1722)
Note: Anne Bowne (or Bowns) died soon after giving birth to her daughter, although whether as a result or from some other cause, is unknown.
Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: Moore 2
Title: John Moore, "Memoirs of an American Official In Service to the King" (T
he Journal of American History, Vol. 4, 1910, pp. 29-47.)
he Journal of American History, Vol. 4, 1910, pp. 29-47.
Given Name: Ann
Death: ABT 1722
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Lyman, Moses (b. 16 APR 1768, d. 22 MAY 1844)
Given Name: Moses
Death: 22 MAY 1844
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Lyman, Daniel (b. 11 JUN 1769, d. AFT 1792)
Given Name: Daniel
Death: AFT 1792
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Lyman, Samuel (b. 23 APR 1770, d. 28 APR 1842)
Given Name: Samuel
Death: 28 APR 1842
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Starr, Lucretia (b. 22 AUG 1770, d. 10 NOV 1858)
Given Name: Lucretia
Death: 10 NOV 1858
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Starr, Anna (b. 3 JAN 1773, d. 24 DEC 1865)
Given Name: Anna
Death: 24 DEC 1865
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Starr, Sarah (b. 7 MAY 1776, d. 26 DEC 1860)
Given Name: Sarah
Death: 26 DEC 1860
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Starr, Truman (b. 6 JUN 1780, d. 26 APR 1848)
Given Name: Truman
Death: 26 APR 1848
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Starr, Lucy (b. 9 NOV 1784, d. 24 APR 1799)
Given Name: Lucy
Death: 24 APR 1799
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