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Re: Lamberth - Wytheville/Kingsport/Haulk-VA
Posted by: John J. Lamberth Date: September 08, 2001 at 11:22:02
In Reply to: Re: Lamberth - Wytheville/Kingsport/Haulk-VA by Betty Myrle Vina Lamberth Cross of 207


Thank you for your response. In the last 24 hours or so I 've received a little more accurate info that I hope helps everyone.

NEW information is as follows:
I910 Sullivan County, Tenn. Census showed my GGM Mallie Lanter-Lamberth as a widow at age 65 with one son living with her. He was William E. Lamberth at age 24. She had a total of four children with only two living. The math would put her GGM Mallie Lanter-Lamberth's birth year at 1835, and William E.'s at 1886. There was another son that was older (my GF James A. Lamberth) there was also a daughter that died at approx age 20 and a still born birth (no other info on either deceased children).

1920 Jefferson County, AL Census showed my GF James Adolphus Lamberth age 40 (b.1878 d.1945 age 67) GM Mary A. Bogue-Lamberth age 32 (b. 4-26-1886 d.10-13-1975 age 89) , James Elmas age 10, Mallie A. age 8, and Nat R. age 5.

With a few phone calls to the cemetery then the funeral home that handled both funerals confirmed the born-death dates, ages. The parent info on my GF's side wasn't available the records were in bad condition; but my GM's showed her parents as Francis Bogue and Julia Darsey of Senora, KY...

Still lacking GGF James' middle name-initial. It could be Z, E, C, P, T, D, V, G, OR B. His birth-death locations & dates, parents names, etc. GF James A. Lamberth info is still not complete. Social Security Numbers for GGF, GGM, and GF James was more than likely not issued since SS act of 1935 hadn't issued cards till 1936 and GF James wasn't a supporter of social programs as the stories go.

I hope this is helpful and who knows what branch of the tree we might connect on. Good Luck - and keep in touch if you wish.

Very appreciatively,

John J. Lamberth
Largo, Florida


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