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Debra (Martin) & Gregg Schrader (#47372144)
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Bio Photo Making connections to honor the following families most of whom resided in Parke, Vermillion, Johnson, and Bartholomew Counties in Indiana, Richardson County, Nebraska, and Clayton County, Iowa.

Martin, Campbell, Morgason, Jacks, Wood, Herald, Henry, Guinn, Banks, and Spry.

Schrader, Schroeder, Kent, Rigg, Lamb, Burns, Finnegan, Butcher, Hines, Mathas, Warner, Wise, Chezem, Norman, Melbourne, and Cooper.

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William Lamb #134892982

William Lamb, #134892982, had a younger brother- Shubal Lamb Birth 8 Apr 1853 in , , North Carolina, USA
Death 16 Jun 1926 in Polk, Florida, United States

He also had a sister named Fatima Lamb b. 1841.

Another brother, John Q A Lamb, also enlisted with Alpheus and William in the NC 22nd 1861. John Q A:

Birth 12 Mar 1845 in Randleman, Randolph, North Carolina, USA
Death 31 Mar 1868 in Bloomingdale, Parke, Indiana, USA

Their parents, Green Lamb and Sallie Dix were both deceased by 1860.

Alpheus was imprisoned first at Pt. Lookout, MD then was sent to Elmira in NY. John mustered out per the Conscript Act in 1862 having enlisted at only 16. William and Alpheus served under A.P. Hill in the Army of Northern Virginia under General Robert E. Lee.
Added by Sandy S. on Dec 17, 2014 8:12 AM

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