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The Lambert/Silkett chronicle, 1600-1998

by Darrell D. Vessell and Janet Lee Lambert Vessell
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Festus, Missouri : D.D. Vessell, c2000
568, xxx p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, ports.

Notes

Adam Lambert was born in about 1739 in Jugenheim, Rheinhessen, Germany. He emigrated in 1759 and settled in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. He married Maria Salome Hammacher in about 1765. They had thirteen children. He died in about 1817 in Augusta County, Virginia. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Virginia, Ohio, Illinois, Quebec, Michigan and Missouri.

Includes index.

Includes Bienvenue, Brazeau, Burket, Burkett, Campau, Cournoyer, Deguire dit LaRose, Delisle, Fadely, Gelina, James, Kinsman, Mallette, Maness, Moore, Motier, Nebergail, Pujol, Ray, Roy, Santschi, Silcott, Switzer, Valle, LaValle, Van Fossen, Wetzel and related families.

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