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Joseph Lambeth

Friday, March 24th, 2017

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 […]

Charlie and Madilene Muir McKnolly

Saturday, August 22nd, 2009

These were found in a box of Lambeth photos. [singlepic id=70 w=320 h=240 float=center] Charlie and Madilene McKnolly [singlepic id=71 w=320 h=240 float=center] Charlie McKnolly

Gibson Indian Attack

Monday, August 17th, 2009

The following was sent to me by another Lambeth researcher, thanks David for the information! Editors Note: The following story was taken from a book written by O.C. Fisher, Texas Congressmen, titled:  IT OCCURRED IN KIMBLE AND HOW.  The late William Jasper Gibson, mentioned in the story, who died recently at the age of 92, […]

Wills of our Ancestors

Tuesday, June 2nd, 2009

Wills The following wills have been added to the Wills section of the Town Square Forum:   George Tucker-1780 William McFatrich-1869 William Clay-1810 John Tyree-1839 Meredith Dillon Sr.-1857 John Cathey-1872 Squire Boone Sappington-1876 Samuel Lambeth-1860 Aaron Lambeth-1802 Eli FitzJerrell-1854 William FitzJerrell-1897   If you have others you would like to post, please sign-up as a […]

Will-Samuel Lambeth

Tuesday, April 28th, 2009

Samuel Lambeth-Will   From the Townsquare part of this site,  under “Wills” you will now find the transcription of Samuel Lambeth (1773-1873).

Before Thomasville Part IV

Tuesday, April 14th, 2009

PART IV On the old road boundary between Thomasville and Abbotts Creek townships near the eastern edge of the county stands a large frame house, now unoccupied, and property of Mrs. E. E. Cridlebaugh, its last resident. It was the home of the Cridlebaugh family from about 1890 when it was purchased from the Brummell […]

Garlington House

Tuesday, March 24th, 2009

Garlington House         The Garlington House is situated on one of the higher knolls of Fort Leonard Wood and it has been a local landmark for many years.  It now serves as a guest house for visiting general officers and other dignitaries.         The house was built during the early months of 1941.  It was […]

Christopher Conley

Monday, March 23rd, 2009

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   […]