The obituary of Howard Charles Lyman, son of Howard Charles Lyman of The Lyman Twins died in Lima, Ohio on Monday 22 December 1958. His obituary was published in THE LIMA NEWS, p. 2, col. 6, on Tuesday 23 December 1958. Born in Orlando on 11 February 1917, Howard attended Rollins College.
Mentioned in the obituary: Howard C. Lyman, Rev. Dr. Eager Wood, Lima Works, Baldwin Lima Hamilton Corporation, Eleanor Lyman, Herbert S. Lyman, Charles Nimeth, Rollins College, Thompson Products, National Association of Cost Accountants, Association of Commerce, United Fun, Elks Lodge, IBM Punch Card Association, American Society of Industrial Engineers, F. E. Roeder, Darreld Ward, Donald Lohr, Earl Baber, James Huffman, Thurlo Miller.
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The obituary for Emma Abbott Lyman was published in the Orlando Reporter Star on 14 August 1943, page 2, columns 5 and 6. Emma died on 13 August 1943 and is buried in Greenwood Cemetery Section L, Lot 12-3. Emma Abbott Lyman (wife of Howard Charles Lyman) and her brother in law Herbert Lucius Lyman apparently bought the plots on 18 July 1923, around the time of Howard Lyman's untimely death in 1923.
Mentioned in the obituary: Dean Melville E. Johnson, Howard C. Lyman, Emma Abbott, Lillian Russell, Barrymores, Howard Lyman, Lyman Twins.
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The 1920 U.S. Population Census of Altamonte Springs, Florida shows the family of Howard C. Lyman: Howard, Emmaline, Charlotte (18), Howard Jr. (3), and Herbert (1).
LYMAN, HOWARD (1920 U.S. Census)
FLORIDA, SEMINOLE, ALTAMONTE 11-PCT
Age: 42, Male, Race: WHITE, Born: MI
Series: T625 Roll: 231 Page: 266