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Re: Robert & Sarah Need An Author!
Posted by: Dale McKinnon (ID *****1305) Date: July 10, 2011 at 10:35:24
In Reply to: Re: Robert & Sarah Need An Author! by Lisa Smith of 194

Lisa, I have some additional info. Chester Carter Lamborn apparently married an English lady named Alice Williams born in 1875. Her immigration is a clouded mystery in that she appears as an immigrant on more than one ship and at different times in 1893, 1893 and 1894. Apparently she departed from Liverpool and arrived in Philadelphia. Of course that is not incontrovertible evidence. What is for sure she appears in the 1900, 1910 and 1920 censuses living in Cheltenham, Montgomery, Pennsylvania. She apparently married Chester Carter Lamborn in 1895. Chester and Alice had two daughters, a Francis L Lamborn born in 1896 and Mabel A Lamborn born in 1900. Both daughters appear in the 1910, 1920 and 1930 censuses. I have nothing further on Mabel. Francis married Walter E Heiss born May 19 1896 in Philadelphia and died Feb 1956 in Montgomery county Pennsylvania, The birth and death records appear under the social security records and the birth is recorded under the WWI draft registration. He appears in the 1900 census in Philadelphia, he appears in the 1920 census in Cheltenham, Montgomery county Pennsylvania and in Jenkintown, Montgomery, Pa. in 1930. Francis and Walter had two boys, a Davis Heiss born in 1919 and a Walter E Heiss Jr. born in 1927. Both boys appear in the 1930 census living in Jenkintown, Montgomery, Pa. I have no further clues to give you at this point. You can reach me at

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