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This group is for the surname LEMONS / LEMMONS and other possible spellings. Join us if you have this in your family tree and exchange information.

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Richardson Family: Georgia,S & N. Carolina, Tennessee, Arkansas

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Leamon Family Line

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Comment by Larry E. Grabb on March 10, 2016 at 8:54pm
Comment by Marshall Crawford on September 15, 2015 at 8:44pm

To Kari Lemons:  I am not aware of any living Lemmons who are direct descendants of W.H. Lemmons.  Several years ago I talked to someone who grew up in Marathon and he remembered some Lemmons there, but searches in Marathon directories have not yielded any finds.

Comment by Linda Lemons on September 15, 2015 at 2:44pm

hi Kari - yes that is his line and he did have his DNA  done - once by sorenson and also by 23andMe. we are heading out of town tomorrow - will catch up with you after we return

Comment by Kari Lemons on September 15, 2015 at 1:03pm

To Mark Lemon: Mark there is a chance that you might descend from my immigrant ancestor. While his name was Liming, The fact that your family came from NJ where the Liming family was from is a big clue for me. There was a very large Liming/Leming group that migrated to Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois. I do have one branch of them that evolved to the Lemon spelling. In order to prove if you do descend from my family you really should take a YDNA test at Family Tree DNA. There are 7 men from the family to compare your results too. If you do find out you descend from John Liming the Immigrant, I will invite you to the new family society I have started, the John Liming Society. http://john-liming-society.org. To order a test for my Lemon DNA project go to this site and click the join button. You then click, "join by ordering a test", then choose the 37 marker test, this is the minimum markers to find a match to our specific family. After ordering you will automatically be added to the project by using this link https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/lemon/about 

I really hope you get tested email me if you have any questions. I think there is a good chance we might be cousins. 

Comment by Kari Lemons on September 15, 2015 at 12:44pm

To Marshall Crawford: Did your William Henry Lemons have any sons that you can trace down to a living male Lemons??? Getting this person a Y-DNA test would  be key to finding out which Lemons family you descend from. I run the Lemon DNA project at Family Tree DNA, and there are over 160 men who have tested to compare too. If you find someone offer to pay for the test, share your research with them, and explain why they are the key to the mystery. Getting DNA results can help you focus your research on the correct family to see how you connect.  Feel free to contact me with questions.

Comment by Kari Lemons on September 15, 2015 at 12:35pm

To Linda Lemons: Hi Linda, I just joined and know your Lemons Family very well. We are cousins in fact. I have done much research on the Jackson County Lemons. Didn't your husband take a YDNA test a long time ago? I think we may have connect up once, but I lost the email I used then. I am at kari.lemons@gmail.com now. I know how Caleb Lemons connects up to the main master tree of our immigrant ancestor. Let me give you the lineage

1.John Liming married Prudence Wainwright NJ
2.William Liming married Deborah NJ
3.Daniel Liming married Elizabeth Fine NJ
4.Thomas Leming married Mary Carter TN
5.Thomas B Lemons married Margaret TN.
6.Caleb W Lemons who married Elizabeth Somers TN.
7.Samuel G Lemons married Nancy Jane Carter  TN,
8.John Thomas Lemons married Mary Beth Bowen TN
9.Albert Lee Lemons married Mildred Cook in TN.
10. Robert Lee Lemons born in Nashville, TN is my hubby's father

Would love to get back in touch with you. please email me

Comment by Mark Lemon on July 14, 2011 at 4:01am
I am searching for the parents of Joseph Lemon (B:1820 in NJ-D: 03 Jul 1902 in Zanesville OH) I have most of his decendents. I go from Joseph to George Carter Lemon to George Elmer Lemon to Buryl Leo Lemon to Harlan Leo Lemon (my father)
Comment by N A Lemons on June 4, 2011 at 3:18pm
Hi Daniel and welcome to the group.  I am sorry I don't have anything on the Lemmons in PA or KY.  I hope someone sees your query and can be of further help.  I see your Cox connection which is in IN.  My Cox connection is with Sarah Cox who married my William Lemmons 1802 in Williamson Co., TN.  I have nothing further on my Cox ancestry, except for her.  She was born circa 1781 and deceased circa 1860.
Comment by Daniel M. Ream on June 4, 2011 at 8:06am
Hi, my grandmother was a Lemmons. Her greatgrandfather was born in PA in 1791, married to Eunice Francis, she was born 1801 in KY. Both died in KY There son was Francis Marion Lemmons married to Mary Ellen Meneely, she was born in Stewart Ohio 1835. He was born1834 in Harrison City, KY, both buried in KY.  Their son was Francis Marion Lemmons( again) born 1872 in IN, his wife Sarah Ida Cox, born 1872 in IN. My grandmother Gladys Vernice Lemmons born 1906 in IN
Comment by N A Lemons on May 31, 2011 at 5:05pm
Marshall, I am familiar with your Matilda Lemmons who married Elihu Cole and had been trying to figure out who she was.  I feel strongly that she was married to a Lemmons who had recently died.  And that she had 2 sons by him.  I think her first husband was related to James B. Lemmons and his brother Alvin, both still living by 1850.  There are no marriages for James and Alvin Wm., likely due to them living in a burned out county records which may be the same reason why no marriage for Matilda to a Lemmons in TN.  I lost track of Matilda after the 1850 census and am glad to know that they moved to TX.  It might be easier to correspond via e-mail.  Mine is lemstar97@yahoo.com.
 

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