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Re: Lamberson from Northern Ireland?
Posted by: Judy Benson Date: September 09, 1999 at 00:15:41
In Reply to: Lamberson from Northern Ireland? by Wendy Christopherson of 366

I have Lamberson ancestory and live in Arkansas. I did some real hard looking at the Ind. Co. line your are talkiing about and they are not related to the Dutch line. The ones from Holland were found as Lambertszen in early records of NJ. They were sometimes found as Lubberts or Lubbertszen, etc., but the spelling of Lamberson seems to have came later in this country. It is my understanding that the Ind. Co Lambersons arrived with that name from Ireland through England.

I am from the Dutch line and some of them passed through Arkansas in their migration. Although this gets a little confusing, they are two seperate lines for sure. the Dutch line is more often found spelled with a "t" in it (Lambertson/Lamberston, etc.).

Good luck with your line.


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