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Just started searching for the Lamberton family line......so far we have
traced the family to Minnesota, Kelly H. Lamberton b. 1871 in St. Peter, also
found some land records but not 100% sure if they tie to this family
line......his father was A.J. Lamberton b ? in Pennsylvania and his mother is
listed as Helen b in Maine...... Information passed on by the family includes
Henry, Kelly and George Lamberton. Would love to share information with you
Looking for information on Evangeline LAMBERTON b. Jan 19, 1856; d. July 15,
1914 Lakeview, OR
m. William Patrick WOODS. That's all I have so any info you can share will
be greatly appreciated!
Searching for: DREW;BUCKHORN;FURNISH;MOORE;SCOVILLE;TRACY;
DICKINSON and many others!! :)
Looks as if your Evangeline Lamberton and mine are one in the same, although I
have her birthdate as 19 Jan 1855. I really don't have any information on
Evangeline, but I have quite a lot on her parents and siblings...9 brothers
and sisters and 6 half brothers and sisters. Her father, Henry Ambrose
Lamberton was married twice...first to my gr.gr.grandmother, Luema Kirk, and
second to Evangeline's mother, Lucinda Kemp. Let me know if you are
interested in the information I have....I will be happy to share it with you.
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