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Re: William James Lamberson ancestors
Posted by: Phillip Lamberson (ID *****4104) Date: November 12, 2008 at 13:44:01
In Reply to: Re: William James Lamberson ancestors by Linda D. Himpsl of 366

I am related to this line.

James' son David (D.H.) Lamberson married Sinia. I don't know Sinia's maiden name, but she was apparently born in Missouri. They lived in Barry County, MO and had a son named Aud Lamberson. The 1909 plat of Barry County, MO shows two tracts totalling 100 acres owned by D.H. Lamberson. D.H. and Sinia are burried in Rocky Comfort Cemetary in Newton County, MO.

Aud Lamberson married Pearl Carter. They lived in Barry County. Aud was a judge in Barry County for several years, and Lamberson Street in Wheaton, MO is named for him. They had a son named Laverne (L.O.) Lamberson, who was my grandfather. Aud and Pearl are also burried in Rocky Comfort Cemetary.

L.O. married Wilma Lewis (daughter of Sam Lewis). They lived in Wheaton and Jefferson City, but eventually moved to Tulsa. OK. They had a son named Jerry, who is my father. L.O. and Wilma are buried in Memorial Park Cemetary in Tulsa.

Jerry married Mary Prince (daughter of Chester Prince of Heavener, OK). They lived in Tulsa and Owasso, OK. They currently live outside of Tyler, TX.


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