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Re: Griffin family from N. C. to Gonzales Co., TX. 1870
Posted by: Melba Lambert Straigis (ID *****1775) Date: September 03, 2002 at 19:16:47
In Reply to: Re: Griffin family from N. C. to Gonzales Co., TX. 1870 by Robin W. Lucas of 399

Thank you Robin for this added information on the Lambert lineage. Sarah Lambert was a sister of my ggg-grandfatherJames Lambert of Rowan co., NC, Wilkes Co., and Wilkinson Cos. Georgia. It is real good to learn more of her family and where they moved to. I can add that to her family page in my lineage. It is interesting that some of my fathers maternal line, the Griffins' were in the same area of Texas as his paternal line, the Lambert/Walkers at about the same time the two names were united in Oklahoma. Small world. I had been corresponding with your cousin, Anne Crocker. She has found a lot of interesting material on the families of Rowan Co. I just wish we knew shere they came from before North Carolina. Melba


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