Joseph Lambeth, son of Samuel Lambeth, and father of Judge Joseph Marion Lambeth died in Pulaski County, Missouri in 1884. The date of his death has frequently been listed on some sites as 1883, however records from his probate file on record at the Missouri State Archives list his death as “about the ___ day […]
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Lambeth Bible The following are scans of the original pages from the Wesley and Eveline (Aveline) nee Rand Lambeth family bible. I had forgotten about these pages until yesterday when I was preparing some documents to share with another Lambeth researcher. My original scans were lost in the last computer crash so I have rescanned […]
Jesse Benjamin Lambeth was born May 20, 1874 in Stony Point, Osage County, Missouri. He was the son of Wesley H. Lambeth and Eveline Rand Lambeth. Jesse was called Ben by family members and is pictured below. He is the fourth boy (seated) from the left. He is labeled as Ben in the photo. Jesse […]
Samuel Lambeth-Will From the Townsquare part of this site, under “Wills” you will now find the transcription of Samuel Lambeth (1773-1873).
I received the death certificate on Christopher C. Conley, son of an unknown daughter of Samuel Lambeth and Henderson Conley. Information confirmed by Christopher’s death certificate is as follows: Birth: May 4, 1837, Tennessee Mother: Unknown Father: Conley Death: December 22, 1922, Lincoln County, Chandler, OK Burial: December 24, 1922 New Zion Cemetery […]
To reach the Lambeth Cemetery in Osage County, MO. take U.S. Hwy 50 East out of Linn, MO. Travel 7.8 miles to State road N, turn north on N. Follow N through the town of Freedom to County road 201, about 3.0 miles. You will now be on a gravel road and will immediately cross […]
A transcription of the Pointer’s Creek Cemetery in Osage County, Missouri has been added under the Cemeteries tab at the top of the page. The transcription was taken from “The Cemeteries of Osage County, MO”. I hope to visit this cemetery in the near future and confirm the dates and names.
From: The Ghost Towns of Central Missouri by Kelly Warman-Stallings Ryors In the late 1860’s, Joseph Albertson built a general merchandise store that once was a center of trade in Crawford township. The little town of Ryors, located in eastern Osage County, once consisted of a general store, post office, blacksmith shop, […]