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A Lamborn is buried in Arlington Nat'l cemetery, although her maiden name is Lamborn (Dorothy Lamborn Miller, born 1904 in Springfield, OH, and married to William J. Miller of Ohio, who served during WW2 in Washington, DC, which is why they are buried in Arlington. Dorothy was my maternal great aunt. Dorothy's grand-father, Ezekiel Lamborn of Springfield, Ohio (born 1828 - died 1900) served in an Ohio militia during the Civil War. Dorothy's brother (my late great uncle, Lester Pierre Lamborn 1892 - 1981, also of Springfield, OH) serve during WW One as a doughboy in the Army in France. I'm Mrs. Robert Callahan (maternal side of the Ohio Lamborn clan) as email@example.com - we're related to the Chester Cty/PA Lamborns who emigrated from Easthampstead, England during the early 1700's (early Quakers). I hope that helps.
Also, one of my great-uncle's grandsons, James Lamborn of Springfield, Ohio, was at West Point, NY for one year at the Academy (pursuing a military career) but later opted out and finished his education at Ohio State University. He lives in Springfield, OH and is also very interested in genealogy of the Lamborn family since he is a male descendant/namesake.