Horace G. Lyons. One of the most interesting personalities surviving the pioneer decade of Kansas is Horace G. Lyons, who for four years had had his home in the Highland Park suburb of Topeka. Mr. Lyons is now eighty-four years of age. His had been not only a long but a broad outlook upon life.
Died, in this city, February 18, 1899, Mrs. Lyons after a brief attack of pneumonia. Mrs. Lyons leaves a husband and four children to mourn her loss besides a number of relatives in the east. Mr. Lyons was in Oklahoma at the time of her death, and his wife expected to join him soon had
Edmund “Boomer” Charles Lyons, 38, died at his home in Enumclaw, Wash., June 8. A memorial service will begin at 3 p.m. June 30 at the Hermiston Eagles Lodge, 160 N.W. Second St., Hermiston. Boomer was born in Othello, Wash., on Sept. 4, 1968, to Evelyn Lyons and Ed C. Lyons I. In 1993, Boomer
BASSETT, Emily Frances Todd7, (Loyal F.6, Justus L.5, Gideon4, Gideon3, Michael2, Christopher1) born Dec. 30, 1837, died June 19, 1870, in Chicago, Ill., married, April, 1863, Judson, son of Bela and Lois (Munson) Bassett, of North Haven, Conn., who was born Oct. 14, 1838, died Dec. 16, 1883. Child: I. Alena, b. Feb. 13, 1864,
LAWRENCE F. LYONS, a member of an old New England family, gifted in his chosen profession of the law, interested in various lines of fraternal and organized advance, and a veteran of the World War, is a thoroughly representative figure in the progress of the day. With interests centering in Pittsfield, he is gaining an
The Honorable Isaac Lyons residing three miles northwest of Anaheim, was born in England in 1847, and came to San Francisco as a merchant in 1862. In 1868 he went to Prescott, Arizona, and in 1875 to Yuma, where he was engaged in the mercantile business for a number of years, with signal success. In