Re: Lynah - Edward L. Manigault
Subject: Re: Lynah
From: Edward L. Manigault
Date: March 14, 2000


Surely, it must be the same family, but I am not able to make the
connection. As you can see, I have very little on the family, but I surely
would like to have more and the Combahee is right in the middle of the S.C.
low country where my people lived. I am related to the Lynah family through
Emma Parker who was the sister of my ancestor, Henrietta. Your James (d.
1809) may be the father of the one on my list who = Emma Parker in 1816.

-----Original Message-----
From: Katharine Moore 
To: [email protected] 
Date: Tuesday, March 14, 2000 6:35 PM
Subject: Re: Lynah

My Lynahs had a rice plantation on the Combahee River, before the Civil
>They were as follows:
>James Lynah b. abt. 1735, Dublin; d. 10/17/1809, Charleston; bur. Laurel
>Springs, Combahee; m. abt. 1756 Ellinor X
>   |
>Dr. Edward Thomas Lynah b. abt. 1757, Dublin; d. 8/27/1831, Charleston; b.
>Mary's R.C., Charleston; m. Elizabeth Sanders Rose
>  |
>Mary Anna Lynah b.?; d. 1864; widow of 1) F. Faber, and 2) William Lennox
>Kirkland; m. 3) J. Nichols
>Any connection??
>Best regards,
>Katharine Moore

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