Lewis Niles Lamb was born on 25 Jan 1885 in Michigan, the son of Albert Lamb and Josephine Johnson.
On 20 May 1913, Lewis Lamb married Pearl Barnes. She was the daughter of Dan Barnes and Lelia E Alexander.
When Louis Niles Lamb registered for the WWI draft on 12 Sep 1918, he was 33 years old, gave his birthdate as 25 Jan 1885 and living in Battle Creek, Calhoun County, Michigan. He was the Manager of the Stag Cafe and his nearest relative was Pearl Lamb, his wife. He was medium height, medium build with Brown eyes and dark brown hair. He signed his name Lewis
Lewis and Pearl Barnes were divorced on 2 Jun 1919 in Calhoun County, Michigan **See Research notes** The husband filed on 3 Dec 1918 and final action was on 2 Jun 1919. Cause was Extreme & repeated cruelty. There were no children.
On 17 Jun 1919 in Battle Creek, Calhoun County, Michigan, Lewis N Lamb married Lillian L Davison. She was 24 and the daughter of John Davison and Anna (Hannah) Taylor.
In 1920 when the US Census was taken, Lewis Lamb, age 33, is found living as a roomer in Kalamazoo Ward 4, Kalamazoo, Michigan in the Maynard Thompson household. He is married to Lillian Lamb, age 23. He works as a waiter in the Restaurant industry. Lillian was born in New Jersey,
Lewis was left a widower when Lillian died in an auto accident on 24 Oct 1926.
He married Ruie Effie Dunaway on 29 Jun 1929, She ws the daughter of Dan Dunaway and Anna ?
Lewis died Jan 1965 and is buried in the Riverside Cemetery in Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo County, Michigan
I have some confusion with his first wife Pearl. Divorce record from Calhoun County, Michigan show that they were divorced on 2 Jun 1919. Seems she didn't wait for the final action as a marriage record was found for Pearl Barnes (daughter of Daniel Barnes and Elizabeth Alexander) & Earl Roseberry on 14 Mar 1919 in Des Moines, Burlington, Iowa (Iowa, Marriage Records, 1880-1937 & Iowa, Select Marriages Index, 1758-1996 FHL Film#1547822 Ref ID 2:3HJSCC8)
There is a Lewis Lamb, age 26, born in Michigan, living in Newark Ward 2, Essex, New Jersey in the 1910 Census. He's working as an engineer in the telephone industry. Not sure if it is the correct Lewis or not.
There is a FAG Memorial 25859288 but there is not a headstone photo or any other info.
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