George Emery LYONS Sr. Genealogy

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Andrew Connell Staker - 1912
Andrew Connell Staker - 1912
Photo taken in Adelaide, South
Australia, Australia about 1912 
 
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Andrews Family Coat of Arms
Andrews Family Coat of Arms
This interesting surname is
a patronymic of the English
given name "Andrew", itself
coming from the Greek personal
name "Andreas" meaning "manly".  
 
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Angela Kaye Coburn Morey
Wife of Justin Anthony Morey
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Ann Maria Yeoman 1825-1864
Ann Maria Yeoman 1825-1864
Daughter of Robert Yeoman and
Maria Brett Yeoman
Wife of John Henry Sainsbury 
 
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Ann Mary Lock Summers 1838-1916
Ann Mary Lock Summers 1838-1916
Wife of Charles Summers and
Mother of William Finlayson
Summers 
 
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Anna C McIndoo Gibson 1885-1975
Anna C McIndoo Gibson 1885-1975
Anna Catherine McIndoo Gibson
Daughter of John Milton McIndoo Sr
and Elizabeth Carolina Cummingham
Wife of Samuel David Gibson Sr 
 
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Anna Eliza Reeves McIndoo
Anna Eliza Reeves McIndoo
Wife of James Madison McIndoo 
 
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Anna Lena McIndoo Figg 1887-1917
Anna Lena McIndoo Figg 1887-1917
Daughter of Charles Fletcher
McIndoo and Marietta Etta
Haxton McIndoo
Wife of Oscar Martin Figg 
 
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Anna, James E, Ray N, and Hazel McIndoo
Anna, James E, Ray N, and Hazel McIndoo
4 Generation Photo of Anna Eliza Reeves
McIndoo, son James Edward McIndoo,
grandson Ray Nathan McIndoo and great
grand daughter Hazel McIndoo 
 
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Annie Augusta Summers 1888-1965
Annie Augusta Summers 1888-1965
Daughter of William Finlayson
Summers and Emma Amelia Weakley
Summers
Mother of Harold Eric Summers 
 
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Annie Lucelle Erickson
Annie Lucelle Erickson
 
 
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Argus Article - K. Bert Sloan
Argus Article - K. Bert Sloan
Wednesday, December 17 1930 
 
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Ariadna Shinehah Sanchez Silva
Wife of Fernando Jay Silva
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Arianna Elizabeth Boynton
Daughter of Matthew Albert
Boynton & Rosa Leona Morey Boynton
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Armfield Family Coat of Arms
Armfield Family Coat of Arms
This surname is of locational origin
from a place which was probably spelt
"Earm-feld". The name appears to have
the unusual meaning of "The lands of
the outlaws", from the Old English words
"earm" meaning wretched, but used in the
sense of outlaws, or people dispossed,
and "feld" which in the original sense
described open country.  
 
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Arnold Family Coat of Arms
Arnold Family Coat of Arms
This ancient and distinguished surname,
recorded in over fifty spellings, is usually
of Olde German and Anglo-Saxon origins. It
derives from a baptismal compound personal
name Ernault or Arnolt, of which the elements
are "arn", meaning an eagle, and "wald", to rule.  
 
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Arven F Dyson 1901-1992
Arven F Dyson 1901-1992
Son of Frederick Dyson and
Grace Malcom Dyson
Husband of Bonnie V Pitts Dyson
and Alice E Farnsworth Dyson 
 
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Ashley Rose Lyons
Daughter of Mark Steven Lyons
and Tammy Jean Sterkel Lyons
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Audley Family Coat of Arms
Audley Family Coat of Arms
This interesting name is of Anglo-Saxon
origin, and is a locational surname
deriving from the place called "Audley"
near Lichfield in Staffordshire. The name
means "Ealdgith's glade", derived from the
Old English pre 7th Century female personal
name "Ealdgith", composed of the elements
"eald", old, and "gyth", battle, with "leah",
this wood, galde, clearing.  
 
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Australia Wall, Parachilna
Australia Wall, Parachilna
This wall is in Parachilna, which
is about 300 miles from Adelaide,
South Australia.
Albert Henry Sloan, Laura Zulieme
Weakley Sloan and their adopted
Daughter Dorothea Emma Chance Tapfield
moved here to start their family life.
Albert leased, then bought a wholesale
butchering business at Parachilna. 
 
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Bachiler/Batchelder Coat of Arms
Bachiler/Batchelder Coat of Arms
This notable and long-established
surname is of Old French origin, and
is a status name for a young knight or
novice at arms, deriving from the Old
French "bacheler", from the medieval
Latin "baccalarius". One of the early
examples of the surname is Stephen
le Bachilier (Suffolk, 1203)
For more information see surname.com 
 
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Barnard Coat of Arms
Barnard Coat of Arms
Motto: Virtus probate floresrit
Motto Translation: Tried virtue will flourish
This interesting name is of Norman origin,
introduced into England after the Conquest of
1066 in the French form "Bernart". The Normans
adopted the name from the Germanic "Bernhard",
composed of the elements "ber(n)", bear, with
"hard", brave, hardy, strong. 
 
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Barnes Family Coat of Arms
Barnes Family Coat of Arms
This interesting surname has three possible
origins; firstly, it may be a topographical
name or occupational name of Anglo-Saxon origin,
for someone who lived or worked at a barn,
deriving from the genitive case or plural of the
Middle English "barn", a development of the Olde
English pre 7th Century "bern", meaning barn, granary.
Check surname.com for the other possible origins. 
 
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Bate Family Coat of Arms
Bate Family Coat of Arms
The most likely source and possible
origin of this interesting surname is
the medieval male given name "Bate",
itself a petform of "Bartholomew", from
the Aramaic patronymic "bar-Talmay"
meaning "abounding in furrows" or
"rich in lands".  
 
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Belgian Coat of Arms
Belgian Coat of Arms
Motto: L’UNION FAIT LA FORCE
Motto Translation: Unity Makes Strength.
The Belgian coat of arms was officially
adopted on March 17th, 1837. It features
a gold lion called Leo Belgicus. The Belgian
Coat of Arms has a shield that is surrounded
by the collar of the Order of Leopold. On the
top, the nine banners of nine provinces are
located. These were the provinces that made
up Belgium in 1837. They are East Flanders,
West Flanders, Liège, Antwerp, Hainaut,
Brabant, Limburg, Namur, and Luxembourg. 
 
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Bethany Marie Ball
Daughter of Rulon Jay Ball Jr
and Jessica Powell Ball
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Beula N Sloan Lyons George
Beula N Sloan Lyons George
Beula Naomi Sloan Lyons George
Daughter of Albert Henry Sloan
and Laura Zulieme Weakley Sloan
Wife of Harold Verne Lyons and
Jesse William George
Photo from family portrait 1940 
 
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Beula Naomi S L George
Beula Naomi S L George
Beula Naomi Sloan Lyons
George
Photo taken in the 1980s 
 
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Beula Naomi Sloan
Beula Naomi Sloan
Salt Lake City,
Jefferson Ward, 1934 
 
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Beula Naomi Sloan - 1915
Beula Naomi Sloan - 1915
Daughter of Albert Henry Sloan
and Laura Zulieme Weakley Sloan
Photo taken in Logan, Cache,
Utah, 1915 
 
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Beula Naomi Sloan - 1922
Beula Naomi Sloan - 1922
Portrait taken in Salt Lake
City, Salt Lake, Utah, 1922 
 
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Beula Naomi Sloan - 1928
Beula Naomi Sloan - 1928
Photo taken in Salt Lake City,
Salt Lake, Utah about 1928 
 
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Beula Naomi Sloan Lyons George
Beula Naomi Sloan Lyons George
Photo taken April 1979 in
Adelaide, South Australia 
 
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Beula Naomi Sloan, 1929
Beula Naomi Sloan, 1929
Photo taken about 1929
in Salt Lake City, Utah 
 
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Beula Naomi Sloan, 1929
Beula Naomi Sloan, 1929
Photo taken about 1929
in Salt Lake City, Utah 
 
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Beula Naomi Sloan, 1931
Beula Naomi Sloan, 1931
Photo taken about 1931
in Salt Lake City, Utah 
 
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Bicknell Family Coat of Arms
Bicknell Family Coat of Arms
Zachary Bicknell emigrated from
Barrington, Somerset, England to
Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts
in 1635 the first of this Bicknell
family to settle in America 
 
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Bill and Naomi George 1974
Bill and Naomi George 1974
Jesse William (Bill) & Beula
Naomi Sloan Lyons George
Photo taken in South Gate,
California 1974 
 
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Bill George & Gail Myers, 1963
Bill George & Gail Myers, 1963
Evelyn Gail Myers and William
(Bill) Lea George
Senior Tri Deb Dance 1963 
 
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Billy George, 1949
Billy George, 1949
William (Bill) Lea George
Son of Jesse William (Bill)
George and Beula Naomi
Sloan Lyons George
Photo taken in South Gate,
California 1949 
 
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Billy William L George 1946
Billy William L George 1946
William (Bill) Lea George
Son of Jesse William (Bill)
George & Beula Naomi Sloan
Lyons George
Photo taken in South Gate,
California May 1946 
 
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Billy, William L George 1947
Billy, William L George 1947
William (Bill) Lea George
Son of Jesse William (Bill)
George and Beula Naomi
Sloan Lyons George
Photo taken in South Gate,
California 1947 
 
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Blackmar Coat of Arms
Blackmar Coat of Arms
Motto: Pro Deo
Motto Translation: For God.
The history of the Blackmar name begins
with the ancient Anglo-Saxon tribes of
Britain. The name is derived from when
the family resided in the area of Blackmore.  
 
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Bonnie Jean Lyons Galloway
Daughter of Albert Lewis Lyons Sr
and Mary Cleo Hansen Lyons
Wife of Darold Edwin Galloway
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Brackett Coat of Arms
Brackett Coat of Arms
Keepers of the Hounds
The earliest spelling that appears
to repeat itself seems to be Brachet,
which derives from the Old French for
a type of hound, which hunts by scent.  
 
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Brandy Steven Serum
Son of Steven Thomas Serum
and Tina Marie Lyons Serum
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Breadsall, Derbyshire, England
Breadsall, Derbyshire, England
BREADSALL, a parish in Shardlow district,
Derbyshire; on the Little Eaton canal and
the Midland railway, 2½ miles NNE of Derby.
From John Marius Wilson's Imperial Gazetteer
of England and Wales 1870-1872  
 
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Brett Family Coat of Arms
Brett Family Coat of Arms
This interesting surname is of
French origin, and is an ethnic
name for a Breton. The Bretons
were originally Celts driven
from South West England to North
West France in the 6th Century
by invading Anglo-Saxons.  
 
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Bridge Family Coat of Arms
Bridge Family Coat of Arms
This long-established and distinguished
surname is of Germany, Anglo-Saxon, and
Olde English pre 7th century origins.
It is recorded in over fifty different
spellings throughout Northern Europe,
ranging from Bridge, Briggs, and Bridgeman,
to Bruckner, Pruckner, and Terbrugge.  
 
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Brielle Ball
Brielle Ball photo
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 

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