Recently I purchased a book titled "Stories from The Tattnall Journal 1905-1950". In this book on page 65 it shows an article about John L "Bunk" Lynn. The article reads as follows....
10 June 1915
"Uncle" John Lynn Celebrates 91st Year
Uncle John now lives at the spot where he was born on June 5th, 1824, in the Lynn settlement, about three miles southwest of Collins, near Little Flock Primitive Baptist church. His family and settlement are among the best in our state.
His father,John Lynn, came here from South Carolina in 1812 and settled where M.D. McArthur now lives, and remained there only one year, and then moved to the present John Lynn place and died there in 1833, and is buried on a part of the place, where E. Findley now lives.
The principal address was by Col. H.H.Elders, who discussed "The Name and Day We Celebrate." He gave the early history of the Lynn's in England, followed them to their new home, Boston, then to South Carolina, and then to their present home.End of Article
I have just begun my research into my Lynn family relatives, and I know that much discussion has occurred about John "Boss Lynn,and where he came from, but I have never seen the above mentioned before, and thought it might be a "new" lead.