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Lambert, John early 1700's
Posted by: Melba Lambert Straigis Date: October 13, 2000 at 13:29:26
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I am interested in a John Lambert who moved from Onslow Co., North Carolina to Rowan Co. in the mid 1700's, had sons: John, Jr., James; William' George and Thomas. Most born in Rowan Co., N.C. They all went to Wilkes Co, around 1785 and then spread over several Georgia counties and raised large families in the early 1800's, James Lambert died in Wilkinson Co., Ga. in 1819, leaving his widow, Esther Lambert, and 3 Ch. still at home. Irvin, Mary and Ameley (Amelia?) , and by 1838, his son, Irvin Lambert and his wife, Elizabeth Brewer, moved to Talladega Co., Ala. Several of the other families also moved to Alabama around the same time, and scattered around, Talladega, StClair, Tallapoosa, Elmore Co., Would like to learn more about the Progenitor, John Lambert, Sr. of Onslow. Co. Where did he come from. Like to hear from anyone else who is interested in John Lambert, Sr's. origin. Or anyone who can help me. Thank you very much. Melba Lambert Straigis.

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