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Longshore Lamb (abt. 1748 - abt. 1828)

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Longshore Lamb
Born about in Bucks County, Pennsylvaniamap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married 30 Oct 1779 in Union District, South Carolinamap
Descendants descendants
Died about in Caldwell County, Kentucky, USAmap
Profile last modified 27 Jul 2019 | Created 19 Oct 2010
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Biography

This person was created through the import of 229-Davies.ged on 19 October 2010. The following data was included in the gedcom. You may wish to edit it for readability.

User ID

User ID: 9FB93E6F59A049F4AA8E12D17286744A0C87


Event

Event:
Type: Military
Date: 1780
Place: Union County, South Carolina
Note: Served in the Second Spartan Regiment of Militia during the Revolutionary War under Col. Brandon after the fall of Charleston, SC
Event:
Type: Misc
Date: 1845
Object:


Format: jpg
Title: This is a copy of the original document pertaining to the 1845 lawsuit
Note: This is a copy of the original document pertaining to the 1845 lawsuit in Caldwell County, Kentucky having to do with the land that Longshore Lamb owned at the time of his death about 1828. All nine of the children of Longshore and Sarah Lee Lamb and many of the children of their children who were deceased by 1845 are named on the various documents of this 1845 to 1850 lawsuit. Children of Longshore Lamb and Sarah Lee: Mary (Polly) Lamb Crow, Elizabeth Lamb Reaves Vaughn, Levi Lamb, William Lamb, Margaret (Peggy) Lamb Farmer, Jane (Jensey) Lamb Clayton, John Lamb, Sr., Moses Lamb, and Martin Lamb. Posted by: Linda Lamb Monticelli
Type: PHOTO
Scrapbook: Y
Primary or Preferred: Y


__ U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current

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