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George Lambert (1823-1904)

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George Lambert was born 27 December 1823 in Hollington, Sussex, England, United Kingdom to Levi Lambert (1798-1881) and Jane Tester (c1801-1884) and died 17 June 1904 in Jones Island, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Naomi Gill (1830-1898) 18 August 1847 at Weslyan Methodist in Maitland, New South Wales, Australia.


He arrived in Australia 8 February 1840 on the James Pattison.




Children


Offspring of George Lambert and Naomi Gill (1830-1898)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Martha Lambert (1848-1917) 30 September 1848 Bolwarra, New South Wales, Australia 20 February 1917 Harrington, New South Wales, Australia George Frederick Scott (1821-1897)
Daniel Anderson (?-?)

Caroline Lambert (1850-1883) 6 June 1850 Bolwarra, New South Wales, Australia 21 February 1883 Wingham, New South Wales, Australia John Renton Laurie (1836-1896)

Elizabeth Lambert (1852-1933)
Naomi Lambert (1854-1939)
Charles Lambert (1856-1858)
George Lambert (1858-1929) 31 August 1858 Jones Island, New South Wales, Australia 13 October 1929 Moorland, New South Wales, Australia Evelyn Tudor Everingham (1861-1943)

William Lambert (1860-1927) 8 September 1860 Jones Island, New South Wales, Australia 16 February 1927 Taree, New South Wales, Australia Agnes Kell (1855-1926)

Susanna Jane Lambert (1862-1934)
Louis Henry Lambert (1864-1927)
Alice Louisa Lambert (1867-1904)
Emily Ann Lambert (1869-1883)
Frederick Thomas Lambert (1871-1936)
John Andrew Lambert (1875-1943) 5 December 1875 Jones Island, New South Wales, Australia 24 April 1943 Taree, New South Wales, Australia Rhoda Sheather (1878-1949)



Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General
¶ Death
  • BDM Index ref for death: 7283/1904
§ Remains

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