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From: "Francis T. Watters" <>
Subject: Re: [QUEBEC] re: St. Lambert
Date: Sun, 11 Jun 2000 21:52:41 -0400
Your St Lambert is doubt the St Lambert, Chambly County, just across
the river from Montreal. One of our listers states that the church
was not established until 1887, but that is the Catholic parish.
There may have been a Protestant church there before that. The town
was majority English until a few years back.
From: Linda Wright <>
Date: Sunday, June 11, 2000 5:57 PM
Subject: [QUEBEC] re: St. Lambert
>I am looking for information on my paternal great grandfather John
>Walker who I have found out was born in St. Lambert, Quebec. in l847
>His parents were Robert Walker and Ann Paden. both born in Ireland in
>l830 and and l820 respectively. Robert Walker died in Montreal in
>and Ann Walker nee Paden died in Montreal in l873, both are buried at
>Mount Royal also. This is according to information on his burial at
>Mount Royal Cemetery. My mother had told me he was from St. Lambert
>his grandsons kept telling me to check Lachute which is what I have
>checking for the last two months.
>Which area would St. Lambert fall under for information . I know that
>the family was Protestant but I cannot be sure l00% sure of the
>denomination though I would say Presbyterian or Anglican. I have been
>unable to find a site for St. Lambert as St. Eustache as. Does anyone
>know of any site for this area which may lead to information on
>Thanks very much for any help which you may be able to give me.