Name: Richard Lyman WYMAN
Given Name: Richard Lyman
Birth: 17 Apr 1833 in Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada
Death: 13 Dec 1920 in Howland Township, Manitoulin Island, Ontario, Canada of Heart failure & Natural causes
Burial: 1920 Kagawong Cedars Cemetery, Manitoulin Island, Ontario, Canada
Change Date: 23 Oct 2015 at 23:03
1881 Ontario Census, Algoma, Billings & Campbell, Household #31
WYMAN Richard Male Married 48 English Ontario Farmer Baptist
WYMAN Rachel Female Married 46 English Ontario Baptist
WYMAN David Male 20 English Ontario Baptist
WYMAN Laura Female 18 English Ontario Baptist
WYMAN Walace Male 16 English Ontario Baptist
WYMAN Richard Male 14 English Ontario Baptist
WYMAN Mary E. Female 12 English Ontario Baptist
WYMAN July Female 10 English Ontario Baptist
WYMAN Elizabeth Female 8 English Ontario Baptist
WYMAN Francis Female 4 English Ontario Baptist
WYMAN Margarite Female 2 English Ontario Baptist
1891 Ontario Census, Algoma, Billings Township, Household #63
Wyman R. L. Male 58 Widow Head Ontario PEI Ontario Free Baptist Farmer
Wyman Julia Female 20 Single Daughter Ontario Ontario Ontario Free Baptist
Wyman Elizabeth Female 17 Single Daughter Ontario Ontario Ontario Free Baptist
Wyman Francis Female 15 Single Daughter Ontario Ontario Ontario Free Baptist
Wyman Jennie Female 13 Single Daughter Ontario Ontario Ontario Free Baptist
1901 Ontario Census, Algoma, Billings, page 6, Household #60
BUCK Gustavus A. male Head married 20 November 1868 32
BUCK Julia C. female Wife married 14 August 1871 29
BUCK Martha R. female Daughter single 2 October 1895 5
BUCK Ruby A. female Daughter single 12 November 1899 1
WYMAN Richard male Father-in-law widow 17 April 1833 67
WYMAN Richard D. male Nephew single 4 May 1878 22
Ontario Vital Records - Deaths #023 658 - 1920
WYMAN, Richard Lyman, 13 December 1920, Howland. Cause: Heart failure & Natural causes, at age 87 years 8 months 4 days. Born: 17 April 1833, in Simcoe County. Widowed farmer of Lot 2 Con 6. Parents: A. Wyman and Laura Jones. Informant: Mary E Nelder, daughter, Little Current. Burial: Kagawong.
Obituary, The Recorder, Gore Bay, Thursday, January 13, 1921 -
R.L. Wyman one of the Manitoulin's most respected and honoured pioneer citizens at the age of 87 years eight months and four days very peacefully passed away on Dec. 13th, 1920, at the home of his daughter Mrs. Mary Nelder, Howland Township.
The deceased was born at Whitby April 17th, 1833 and was married to Rachel Ellis in the year 1856. They lived in the township of Scott until the year 1874 when with their family moved to the Manitoulin and settled near Kagawong in the pioneer days of Indians, forests and hardships.
He followed his trade as a farmer and carpenter. He was always known as a willing and efficient tradesman who loved his work for the joy of seeing it done well. He built his last barn for his son-in-law Thos. Nelder at the age of 79 years, when in his pride and love for his work, he mounted the great high structure of frame work and proudly walked the main plate.
As he began to fail in health he longed to see his loved ones once again which resulted in a home gathering being planed (sic).
In August 1919 all the family with the exception of one daughter, Mrs. Chas. Hennessy, Vancouver, gathered at the home of Mrs. Nelder and spent a very happy family reunion, picnics, excursions, boating and driving. All the most joyous times of the season were indulged in.
Those present were, Mrs. Geo. Kendrick and daughter Patricia, Vancouver, Mrs. Kribs and granddaughter Harriet Kribs, Sturgis Michigan, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Forshew Loring, Parry Sound, Mrs. G.A. Buck Sault Ste. Marie, R.L. Wyman Thessalon, D. Wyman, Mindemoya and Geo. Wyman, Spring Bay.
A photo was taken of the happy family and final farewells of a much loved and respected father.
For many years he has been an ardent Christian worker and also a member of the Kagawong Orange Lodge and a kind and effectionate (sic) father.
Under the direction of the Little Current L.O. L. a large gathering assembled at the home Monday evening and a very appropriate service was conducted by Rev. S. Greenslade usingfor the key note, "The Builder".
The following morning the remains were conveyed by motor to Kagawong to a distance of twenty miles where they were met by the Kagawong L.O.L. and conducted to the church which had been beautifully decorated for the occasion and a large gathering of old time neighbours and friends were in waiting.
After the funeral services which were conducted by Rev. J. McLaughlin, the remains were laid to rest in the Kagawong cemetery beside his beloved wife who passed away in the year 1887.
He is not dead but sleeping,
To wake on that golden shore,
With friends in the Master's keeping.
Where parting shall be no more.
Father: A. WYMAN b: Abt 1805
Mother: Laura JONES b: 6 Dec 1812 in USA
Rachel ELLIS b: 28 Dec 1826 in Scarborough, York County, Ontario, Canada
- Change Date:
1 Jul 2009
- George WYMAN b: 10 May 1852 in Ontario, Canada
- Harriet WYMAN b: Abt 1855
- Sarah Ann WYMAN b: 1856 in Ontario, Canada
- David Thomas Henry WYMAN b: Abt 1861 in Ontario, Canada
- Laura WYMAN b: 20 Jan 1863 in Uxbridge, York County, Ontario, Canada
- Wallace WYMAN b: Abt 1865 in Ontario, Canada
- Richard Franklin WYMAN b: 14 May 1868 in Ontario, Canada
- Mary Ellen WYMAN b: Jul 1869 in Scott Township, Ontario, Canada
- Julia Charlotte WYMAN b: 13 Aug 1871 in Scott Township, Ontario, Canada
- Hannah Elizabeth WYMAN b: 1874 in Scott Township, Ontario, Canada
- Frances Smith WYMAN b: 9 Sep 1876 in Algoma District, Ontario, Canada
- Jennie WYMAN b: 1878
- Margarite WYMAN b: Abt 1879 in Ontario, Canada