John Rowley and Sarah Wright Family Messenger

News of James Rowley and Mary Shirlock

Reported by Rosa Lyman More, daughter of Zuriah Rowley and Lorenzo Snow Lyman
Zuriah Rowley was the daughter of James Rowley and Mary Sherlock

Amasa Henry Lyman, youngest child of Zuriah Rowley and Lorenzo Snow Lyman, died the latter part of January 1958, age 69, in Los Angeles, California. He was badly hurt in an automobile accident several years ago, and had been bed-fast, suffering terribly ever since with him at the time of death were his two daughters, Pamela and Amasette.

Marion Stone, granddaughter of Nora Lyman Stone, of Paicines, California, has just returned from a trip abroad, which she found so enjoyable she plans to repeat it next year. She is a stewardess on an air line from New York, Nora Stone is the fourth child of Zuriah and Lorenzo Snow Lyman.

Mrs. Edith Lyman, whose husband Cornelius Lyman was the second child of Zuriah Rowley and Lorenzo Snow Lyman, recently visited her daughter, Dorothy Lyman Hurley in Fresno, Dorothy’s youngest son is in the State Forestry Service near Fresno, California and her oldest son, Dick, is on duty in Korea. Edith Lyman lives in Salina, California near her son Chester Lyman. Cornelius Lyman passed away in April 1937. Mrs. Ina Dee Mort, youngest daughter of Zuriah Rowley and Lorenzo Snow Lyman is living at Clarimont Manor, Clarimont, California since retiring. For over thirty years she worked at Stanford University, California most of the time in Roble Hall, the girl’s Dormitory, as switchboard  operator, and Assistant House Mother. I am dory to report she is now in very poor health.

Nora Lyman Stone, of Paicines, California , reports that her husband, Will Stone, is bed-fast and completely helpless. Her youngest son, Lyman Stone, lives with them, but is away at work every day, so Nora is kept close at home. They live in the mountains in San Benito Co., California. (Continued in the next issue)

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