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I am not a subscriber to this list as I only have one connection as of
now, and I'm overloaded with mail from other lists. If any one can help,
please email me directly at nfn08043(a)naples.net or
Looking for a Matilda Priscilla Lambert (could be just Priscilla) born
about 1841, possibly in VA, died 1868 in MO, married a Thomas Mulholland
in MO, had at least one daughter, Eveline Elizabeth Mulholland, born
1864 in MO, died 1941 in CA, married William Henry Thralls in 1886 in
Anyone recognize anything - Ms Lambert has appeared out of nowhere and I
cannot locate any records.
As you may guess, I'm taking a flyer on similarity in name.
I'm looking for info on James C. Lambert, b. c1834 in Ala., d. 3/30/1874 in
Calhoun Co., Ark., m. on 2/19/1857, Juana Fernandez "Jo Ann" Perry, d\o
Ezekial Perry & Rebecca May.
Have no idea who his parents were or where, & no other significant dates.
Any tips or ideas appreciated,
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