Zach Lymans (30th September 1829-12th March 1917) was the Sodor Governor from 1st January 1856 to 6th July 1909.


Not much is known about him. On 1st January 1856, he took over from the former Governor.

On 6th July 1909, he retired from the role, marking his second-in-hand governor, Henry Stewarts, to be the next Sodor Governor. Stewarts gladly agreed.

Lymans stayed at his house most of the time, and spent some time attending to his garden. On 11th March 1917, he had a terrible heart attack, in which he managed to stay alive until next day. He had to go to Wellsworth Hospital.

He was buried the next day.

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