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Re: Andrew Lambie's 2 wives Sarah J and Lilly M
Posted by: Monica Johnson (ID *****3503) Date: July 11, 2010 at 14:00:54
In Reply to: Andrew Lambie's 2 wives Sarah J and Lilly M by Ed Morrill of 279

Oshkosh Daily Northwestern, page-1, 8-9-1894
KAUKAUNA. Wis., AUG. 9-Mrs.Andrew Lambie died at her home on Lawe street Tuesday afternoon of consumption. She leaves a husband and three children.
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Appleton Post-Crescent, page -4, 2-8-1937
MRS. ANDREW LAMBIE
Mrs. Andrew Lambie, 73, died at 1:15 Saturday afternoon at her home, 817 Lawe street, Kaukauna,after a year's illness. Born in Berlin,Wis., she came to Kaukauna in
1891 and was a member of Brokaw Memorial Methodist church. Her first husband was Henry Lowry, whom she married in 1883, and who died in 1891. In 1896 she married
Andrew Lambie, who died several years ago.
Funeral services will be held at 1:30 Tuesday afternoon at the home and at 2 o'clock at the Methodist church, the Rev. G. C. Saunderson officiating. Burial will be in Kelso's cemetery.
Survivors are three daughter, Mrs. William Talley, Ft. Pierce,Fla., Mrs. Michael Miller, Kaukauan,Mrs. Cora Boser, Sniderville, the last a step-daughter; four sons,Charles Lowry, Kaukauna, William and Thurston Lambie, Kaukauna, and Arthur Lambie, Milwaukee:two brothers, Hiram Odell,Kaukauna,and Ambrose Odell,Milwaukee; twenty-one grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.
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Appleton Post-Crescent, page-16, 1-30-1925
ANDREW LAMBEE
Andrew Lambie, 72, died Tuesday morning at his home on Lawe-st. in Kaukauna. after an illness of six weeks. He is survived by his widow;three daughters. Mrs Anna Boser of Sniderville, Mrs. Michael Miller of Ashland and Miss Nettie Lowery of Florida; four sons, Arthur Lambie of Milwaukee, Charles Lowery of Eland and Thurston and William Lambie of Kaukauna; seven sisters, Mrs. W. D.
Solomon of Salt Lake City, Utah, Mrs. E. R. Henry of Cheyenne. Wyo., Mrs. Elizabeth Nelson of Milwaukee,
Mrs. Mary McGregor of Kaukauna
and Mrs. William Tuttle, Mrs. George Frazer and Mrs. Robert H. Wneeler of Appleton; six brothers, Frank of Milwaukee, Thomas of Crandon, William of Appleton and George, John and James of Appleton.
Funeral services -were held at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon from the late residence and at 2:30 at Brokaw
Methodist church. The Rev. W. P.Hulen was in charge of the services aided by members of the Odd Fellow lodge of which
Mr. Lambie was a member.
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