|Don Lambert (#46883679)|
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I was born in Booneville, MS and have lived in Prentiss County/Booneville all my life. I retired from the US Army with 28 years total service but, with two children to put through college I had to continue to work. So, essentially, I didn't retire, I just changed jobs. If I were able, I would do ancestry research/graving full time.|
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|MissMarple||RE: Discrepancy concerning Daniel A Lambert|
Hi Mr. Lambert,
Thank you for your quick response to my query. I will continue our conversation through email- Subject Lambert Genealogy Research.
Janet Baker Lambert
|MissMarple||Discrepancy concerning Daniel A Lambert|
Dear Mr. Lambert,
Thank you for the numerous listings you have provided for those of us unable to travel to the many diverse places our ancestors are buried. Your contributions are so informative.
My husband was a descendant of John and Nancy Carpenter Lambert. It is my hope to learn much more about his ancestors. There are slight discrepancies about Daniel A Lambert, son of Josiah and Avis Willis Lambert. One source lists his date-of-death as 1932; his headstone states 1883. Do you have definitive evidence about the correct date-of-death?
Also, it is my understanding that Fondren Cemetery and Free Will Cemetery are the same cemetery. Is this assumption correct? There is a small building shell remaining in the cemetery. The crumbling structure resembles an old church building. Was this the Fondren Free Will Church Sanctuary Building at one time?
Daniel is not listed as an interment in Fondren Cemetery. Today, out of respect for Daniel, I listed him in the Fondren Cemetery interments. Is he, indeed, buried in Fondren Cemetery/Free Will Cemetery? Should I retract this listing?
It would be a great pleasure to exchange Lambert information with you. My journey is just beginning, and I doubt I have anything you do not already have in your collection, but anything I have I will be glad to share.
Thank you again for everything you do for all of us and our loved ones.
Have a great weekend.
Thanks so much for taking the time to take the photo and posting it.
|nanette claunch jaco||RE: Lost in Lamberts|
Don, Thank you so much for being so quick to respond. Most of these names are familiar. The reason you didn't see my Jesse Box is because his mother Viola Lambert was the second wife of Elijah Taylor Box, S.A.Perkins being the first wife. You have been a great deal of help to me. I had found this 1880 census several months ago and somehow managed to get sidetracked, forgetting all about it. I think I'll follow that trail awhile and see where it goes. Thanks again! Nanette
|nanette claunch jaco||Lost in Lamberts|
Hello Don, My name is Nanette Jaco and I have been researching my family this past year. For the most part it has gone okay, but I have been at a stand still with the mother(Viola Lambert Box,memorial #16743302) of my grandfather (Jesse Box, memorial #15893775). She died when he was a small child and I know nothing about her. According to the memorial, her father is buried in the same cemetery and listed as Unknown Lambert(?-1911)and that he died in the home of his son-in-law,E.T.Box.Would you by any chance have a clue what the name is for my Unknown Lambert? Because of the year Viola was born I only have a 1900 census on her.Please do you know anything?
Many thanks for the quick turn around! The extra info you provide is appreciated too...
|Jean Bower||Hattie Owens @ Liberty|
Thanks for sending her obituary; I've added it to her memorial.
|Jean Bower||Joseph Owens @ Liberty|
Thanks for the info; I've linked him to his parents.
|Ken & Sheila Lence||RE: Jimmy Ray Wheeler|
Thanks for the additional info! I've made the change on the memorial.
Thanks Don, I really appreciate the photo
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