Person:James Lyon (11)

m. 30 May 1833
  1. James Dixon Lyon1834 - 1882
  2. John F. LyonsABT 1836 -
  3. Nancy E. LyonsABT 1837 -
  4. William T. LyonsABT 1840 -
  5. Joseph E. LyonsABT 1842 -
m. 5 Jun. 1860
  1. Ida Elizabeth Lyon1861 - 1942
  2. William Robert Lyon1865 - 1926
  3. James D. LyonABT 1868 -
  4. Robert J. Lyon1877 -
Facts and Events
Name[6] James Dixon Lyon
Alt Name[4][5] James D. Lyons
Gender Male
Birth[6] 10 Jun. 1834 Columbia, Adair, Kentucky, United StatesNearby
Alt Birth[4] ABT 1835 Kentucky, United States
Residence[5] 1850 Adair, Kentucky, United States
Marriage 5 Jun. 1860 Adair, Kentucky, United Statesto Mary Frances Jones
Occupation[4] 1870 Lebanon, Marion, Kentucky, United StatesLivery Stable keeper
Occupation[3] 1880 Columbia, Adair, Kentucky, United StatesKeeping Hotel
Residence[2] BEF 1882 Lebanon, Marion, Kentucky, United States
Death[6] 26 Jun 1882 Columbia, Adair, Kentucky, United States
Burial[2] Columbia, Adair, Kentucky, United States
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  1.   Johnson, E. Polk. A history of Kentucky and Kentuckians: the leaders and representative men in commerce, industry and modern activities. Lewis Publishing Company, 1912, Vol 3, p 1535-1537.

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    Mr. Hutcherson was married at Columbia, Adair county, Kentucky, July 17, 1889, his chosen lady being Miss Ida E. Lyon, who was born in Adair county April 26, 1861, the daughter of James D. and Mary F. (Jones) Lyon, of Adair county. To this union have been born seven children, namely: Fannie L.. Lyon B., John K., William R., James B., Ida E. and Cyrus B. Mr. and Mrs. Hutcherson are members of the Methodist Episcopal church, South.

  2. 2.0 2.1 The Adair County News, Vol. XI, #3, p. 1, 27 Nov 1907.

    When about twenty years of age she was married to Mr. James D. Lyon, in this place and of this union there are three living children- Mrs. Ida Hutchinson, Glasgow, Messrs. W. R. and R. J. Lyon, Campbellsville. Her husband preceded her to the grave June 26, 1882.
    During the life of her husband the deceased lived a few years in Lebanon and since his death she has resided the greater portion of her time with her son, Mr. W. R. Lyon, Campbellsville.
    At 1 o'clock the funeral services were held in the Baptist church, conducted by the pastor of the deceased, Rev. Gatton, of Campbellsville, assisted by Eld. W. K. Azbill and Z. T. Williams, this place. At the conclusion all that was mortal of this good woman was laid to rest beside her husband in the city cemetery.
    To the children, who have given up their dearest friend, keep your eyes on the Star of Bethlehem; there will be another meeting.

  3. United States Census, 1880, Jas D. Lyon, in
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 United States Census, 1870, Jas. D. Lyons, in
  5. 5.0 5.1 United States Census, 1850, James D. Lyons [transcribed as James T.], in
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 James Dixon Lyon, in Rootsweb: Steinbauer/MacLeod Famiies.

    Via: Title: History of Kentucky -- The Blue Grass State: William Robert Lyon,, Volume: Volume III, Call Number: 9113
    Abbrev: History of Kentucky
    Author: Publishing Company
    Publication: The S. J. Clarke Publishing Company, Chicago - Louisville, Original Date,1928
    Page: 598