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From: "D. O'" <>
Subject: RE: [Q-R] Lambert's in Quebec possibly Montreal
Date: Wed, 22 Jun 2005 02:55:51 +0000
Here is the Lambert family in Kansas in the 1880 USA Census which shows
Ambroise & Emma living with his parents there. Census indicates that Eli is
son of Head of Household (Leander)
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's
Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Leander LAMBERT Self M Male W 60 CAN Farmer CAN
Sophie LAMBERT Wife M Female W 54 CAN Keeping House CAN
Ambrose LAMBERT Son M Male W 34 CAN Works On Farm CAN
Emma LAMBERT DauL M Female W 26 CAN At Home CAN
Eli LAMBERT Son S Male W 13 IL Works On Farm
Census Place Aurora, Cloud, Kansas
Family History Library Film 1254377
NA Film Number T9-0377
Page Number 309C
>Subject: [Q-R] Lambert's in Quebec possibly Montreal
>Date: Tue, 21 Jun 2005 22:17:00 -0400
>I have been searching for the place of birth for my gggrandfather and
>gggrandmother, along with their parents and farther back. My gggrandfather
>is Ambrose Lambert, born in February 1846 in Canada (French). His wife was
>Emma Dorais, born possibly 02 June 1851, in St. Philomene, Provence Quebec,
>Canada. I know that Ambrose's parents were born in Canada. His father is
>Leandre Lambert, born about 1820, and Sophie Carpentier, born about 1826.
>This is all that I know about this family. My father told me that they
>came from Germany and France, then went to Canada, and then moved to the
>U.S. I would appreciate it if someone could help me find this information.
> On a message that I posted at a different site, someone replied to it
>with the records she has on Ambrose and Emma's marriage. Here is what it
>I have in my records ; St Joseph Church, St Joseph, Kansas, Ambroise
>Lambert, Montreal, son of Leandre Lambert marrying Emma Dorais of
>Montreal, on 17 August, 1879. Parent of bride was Francois Dorais.
>Witnesses were X. Dorais, and J. Dorais. The couple were married by
>Reverend Louis Mollier
>This is what leads me to believe that they were from Quebec. If somebody
>is willing to help, please contact me at . Thank
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