From History of Rock County, Wisconsin, published 1879 - page 772

LYMAN INMAN, farmer, Sec. 4; P.O. Beloit; born in Luzerne Co., Penn., in 1821; thence, in 1842, he came to Rock Co., Wis., and located in the town of Plymouth, with his parents and family; they took up 400 acres of land in that town together, and after some time, divided the land between them; while living in Plymouth, Lyman bought 80 acres of Government land, in Sec. 4 (Newark), and in 1850, he married, in Plymouth, Miss Mary SMILEY; immediately came to Newark and built a residence and barns and made all improvements; they had nine children, five are now living. His father and mother both died in Plymouth. Lyman still owns 60 acres of land there, besides 80 acres in Newark that he lives on, in Sec. 4. He has been a member of the School Board over twenty years, at different times.