LAMBERT, Earl J., 1904-1962
LAMBERT, DORAN, COPPOCK, MURHAM
Posted By: Betty-Volunteer
Date: 3/8/2013 at 16:23:07
Washington (IA) Evening Journal
Earl J. Lambert Dies in Des Moines
Earl J. Lambert, 58, of Des Moines died today, Oct. 1, 1962, in Des Moines.
Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Jones Funeral Home, with the Rev. Carlyle Smith in charge. Burial will be in Pleasant Hill Cemetery.
Mr. Lambert was born in Washington County July 30, 1904, a son of Jacob and Anna Doran Lambert. He was reared and educated in this county.
He was a member of the Christian church and an employee of the Des Mo9ines Central Railroad.
Survivors are a half-sister, Mrs. Ada Coppock of Shennandoah[sic]; one sister, Mrs. Mabel Murham of Washington; four brothers, Sam, Clyde and Homer of Washington, and Glen of Davenport.
DES MOINES (UPI) --- A 58 year-old man was found dead early today on railroad tracks here but authorities do not believe he was struck by a train.
He was identified as Earl Lambert who was found beneath the 14th street bridge about 1 a.m. by railroad employes[sic]. Authorities said Lambert may have died of internal injuries. They also said they do not believe he fell from a moving train.
Transcribed for genealogical purposes, I am no relation to this family.
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