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Lambert, Jacob 1804-1894

LAMBERT, CUNNINGHAM, CALLAHAN, BARTLETT, SCHOONOVER, HANDY, VANFAUSEN, BROKAW, BENJAMIN

Posted By: Volunteer Transcriber
Date: 5/4/2005 at 16:59:12

The Newton (IA) Record, Friday, November 23, 1894, Page 1, Column 4
Lambert, Jacob

Died at his home in this city, Thursday morning, November 22, at 6:55 o'clock, at the ripe old age of 90 years, 4 months and 9 days.

Jacob Lambert, or as he was familiarly known, Father Lambert, was born in Gustra County, Virginia, July 13, 1804. While but a boy he moved with his parent to Licking County, Ohio, where he resided until about twelve years ago, when he came to Newton, where he has since lived. He was one of a family of fourteen brothers and sisters, of whom there are but two living. His fourth wife, who was a Mrs. Cunningham, and four sons, one daughter, ten grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren survive to mourn their loss of a kind husband, good and loving father and grandparent. Father Lambert had been a member of the Methodist Church for eighty years. The funeral services will be held today from the Methodist Church, Rev. Brooks officiating.

Father Lambert was a man of great physical strength and energy. His constitution was so strong that it resisted all attempts of being put under in influence of chloroform or ether, even during the amputation of his arm. He was a good father and good citizen and a man respected by all. "He has trod the path we must all follow; there is another link of friendship broken, yet we cherish a hope that at some future period those broken links may again be united in a blessed hereafter."

Originally submitted by Volunteer Transcriber

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Compiled by Larry P. Cornwell
Jacob Lambert 1804-1894
Lambert, Jacob

Jacob Lambert was born about 1804 in Virginia and died Nov 22, 1894 about the age of 90.

He married Mary Callahan on Dec 29, 1825. She was born Sep 13, 1806 in Ohio. His second wife was Mercy Bartlett, whom he married on Oct 13, 1834. She was born in Vermont around 1800. According to their burial records, his fourth wife was Phidelia Schoonover, the daughter of J. and Esther (Handy) Schoonover. Phidelia's first husband was Levi A. Cunningham; Jacob Lambert was her second husband. She was born ca. 1815 and died Dec 6, 1899 at age 84.

Jacob's burial record showed his parents as Francis & E. (VanFausen) Lambert.

The 1830 census for Pike Township, Knox County, Ohio (Roll 134, page 199) lists the Jacob Lambert family as 2 males under 5 (Francis, 1; and ?), 1 male 20-30 (Jacob, 26), and 1 female 20-30 (Mary, 24).

The 1840 census for Bennington Township, Licking County, Ohio (Roll 408, page 312) lists the Jacob Lambert family as 1 male under 5 (Reuben, 1) 3 males 5-10 (Henry, T.C., and ?), 1 male 10-15 (Francis, 10), 1 male 30-40 (Jacob, 36), 1 female under 5 (Catherine, 3), 1 female 15-20 (?), and 1 female 30-40 (Mercy, 39).

The 1850 census for Bennington Township, Licking County, Ohio (Roll 702, printed page 252, pencil page 502, dwelling 169) lists the Jacob Lambert family as Jacob Lambert, age 46, value of real estate owned 1800, born in ?; Mercy, age 50, born also in ?; Francis W, 20, born in Ohio; Catherine, 13, born in Ohio, and Rueben K., 11, born in Ohio.

The 1860 census for Bennington Township, Licking County, Ohio (Roll 499, page 43, dwelling 355, family 344) lists Jacob Lambert, 56, value of real estate 3000, value of personal estate 550, born in Virginia; and Mercy Lambert, 60, born in Virginia.

The 1870 census for Bennington Township, Licking County, Ohio (Roll 1232, page 9 printed, page 17 in pen, line 30) lists Jacob Lambert, 65, farmer, value of real estate 3850, value of personal estate 700, born in Virginia; and Mercy, 70, keeping house, born in Vermont.

According to his burial permit and record, Jacob Lambert died at Newton, Jasper County, Iowa and was buried in Union Cemetery there on Friday, Nov 3, 1894. This cemetery is located at 1601 West 4th Street, North, in Newton. His plot is in Section 6, lot 80, block 2. His fourth wife Phidelia was buried in section 3, lot 80, block 2 on Saturday, Dec 9, 1899.

The child of Jacob Lambert and Mary Callahan was:
* i Francis William, b. Dec 23, 1829, m. Phoebe Ann Brokaw on Mar 10, 1859, d. Mar 18, 1907.
The children of Jacob Lambert and Mercy Bartlett were:
ii Catherine, b. Jul 14, 1837, m. -- Dixon of Appleton, Ohio
iii T.C. (male), of Endicott, Nebraska
iv Henry F., of Kansas City
v Reuben Kettle, b. Jun 28, 1839, m. Cynthia Adeline Benjamin on Feb 23, 1860

Originally submitted on Fri Oct 25 08:56:47 2002 by Larry P. Cornwell, LaCornwell@aol.com


 

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