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Ernest William Lyons (1859 - 1883)

Captain Ernest William Lyons
Born in Pereau, Nova Scotiamap
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Husband of — married 21 Feb 1882 in Kingsport, Nova Scotiamap
[children unknown]
Died at age 23 in At Seamap
Profile last modified | Created 20 Sep 2009
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Captain Ernest Lyons, was lost at sea with his wife, Althea Greene Lyons, on August 29, 1883 on a voyage between Cape Breton and Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. He is buried in Habitant Cemetery in Canning, Nova Scotia, Canada. [1]


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Captain Ernest W. Lyons was lost at sea on August 29, 1883 with his wife Althea Greene Lyons on a voyage between Cape Breton and Yarmouth, Nova Scotia.
posted 21 Sep 2009 by Marsha (Ciaramello) Auger
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Categories: Lost at Sea | Habitant Cemetery, Habitant, Nova Scotia