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We are currently planning an international "MILLENIUM REUNION OF THE FAMILY
OF LAMBERTON" to celebrate over 1000 years of family history. This will take
plae in England and Scotland in July 2000 A.D. We are interested in any
information you can provide on the progress of the Lamberton family in USA,
Canada, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand.
The reunion will include;
Accomodation at a medieval castle overlookinf the Lambton estates where the
family evolved over 1000 years ago.
A Medieval banquet to celebrate 1000 years of family history.
Dinner at the ancestral home of George Washington, First President of the
United States of America (Lamberton's neighbours 800 years ago)
A visit to the village of Lamberton in Berwickshire first mentioned on a
charter of King Edgar of Scotland in 1095 A.D.
A visit to the castle ann cathedral at St Andrewsd in Scotland, built by
William Lamberton between 1306-1328 A.D.
For more information, contact;
Family Heritage International
PO Box 90, The "Original" Washington,
ENGLAND, NE38 OYP
TEL/FAX +44 191 4153599
Thanks & have a nice day,
Howard E. DeFord
Oroville, WA 98844-1382
FAX : 209-315-8073
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