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VIRGINIA>>TENNESSEE>>TEXAS LAMBETHS by Robert Jay Lambeth

Updated September 5, 2000

Robert J Lambeth
2313 Doug Ford
El Paso, TX 79935
A-United States
boblambeth@prodigy.net

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I am currently researching the John Lambeth (1690 Norfolk, VA)line as well as collateral lineages. John married Mary Meredith (1705) in 1725. My line (John>Meredith>Washington>Meredith>John Meredith>George Peyton)went from Norfolk to New Kent Co, Va., to the Lynchburg area (Rustburg) before moving to Tennessee for about 7 years, finally settling in northeast Texas (Lamar and Red River counties). Collateral surnames I am researching include: MEREDITH, BERNARD, KING, HOLLINS, CAMPBELL, PRITCHETT, HODGES, and HANSON/HANSEN.
If you are interested in the Civil War, feel free to visit my page under the 9th TEXAS INFANTRY pages. A biography and a great picture of my great-grandfather as he prepares to go to war for the CSA can be found at:

http://gen.1starnet.com/civilwar/lambeth.htm


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  • The Lambeth/ Meredith Pedigree and Descendancy (358 KB)
    This file contains about 750 names and will be updated soon. It contains Virginia>>Tennessee>>Texas Lambeths to 1690, Merediths to 800's AD, Campbells to 400's AD, as well as the Pritchett, Hodges, Hanson, and many collateral lines.
 

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