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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Jeanne Ida Lambert: Birth: 1897. Death: 1910

  2. Lucien Gerard Lambert: Birth: 12 JAN 1900 in Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. Death: 30 JAN 1976 in Central Falls, Providence County, Rhode Island

  3. Gracia (Grace) Lambert: Birth: 4 OCT 1901 in Lewiston, Androscoggin County, Maine. Death: ABT 1997 in Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island


Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Aime Julien Lambert: Birth: 6 JUN 1909 in Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. Death: 21 DEC 1998 in Central Falls, Providence County, Rhode Island

  2. Flavien Moise (J) (Bob) Lambert: Birth: 10 JUN 1910 in Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. Death: 23 MAR 1979 in Bellingham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts

  3. Thérèse Lambert: Birth: ABT 1911. Death: BEF 1920

  4. Rita J Lambert: Birth: 2 JUL 1913 in Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. Death: 23 NOV 1976 in Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire

  5. Wilfred B Lambert: Birth: 14 MAY 1915 in Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. Death: 12 MAR 1961 in Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire

  6. François Gerard Lambert: Birth: 1918 in Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. Death: 1923

  7. Alphée George Lambert: Birth: 30 AUG 1919 in Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. Death: 18 MAR 2000 in Bedford, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire

  8. Stella Lambert: Birth: 5 DEC 1920 in Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. Death: 6 SEP 1961 in Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire


Sources
1. Page:   Online
Source:   S5
2. Page:   letter
Source:   S9
3. Source:   S17
4. Page:   Index Card
Source:   S9
5. Page:   Online
Source:   S201
6. Page:   Online
Source:   S202
7. Page:   Family Sheet
Source:   S9
8. Title:   Department of Commerce and Labor - Bureau of the Census, <i>Thirteenth Census of the United States, </i>1910, Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire <i>Descendants of Jean Pitre from his arrival in Port Royal</i>, Acadia, Wendy Pitre-Roostan online [http://homepage.ntlworld.com/pitretrail/], Germaine Turcotte-Robitaille, <i>Turcotte Family of Manchester, NH</i> (Germain Robitaille - Family Archives) <i>Personal Correspondence</i> Germaine Turcotte-Robitaille, <i>Turcotte Family of Manchester, NH</i> (Germain Robitaille - Family Archives) Department of Commerce - Bureau of the Census, <i>Fourteenth Census of the United States 1920</i> - <i>Population</i> <i>Descendants of Jean Pitre from his arrival in Port Royal</i>, Acadia, Wendy Pitre-Roostan online [http://homepage.ntlworld.com/pitretrail/], Department of Commerce and Labor - Bureau of the Census, <i>Thirteenth Census of the United States, </i>1910, Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire Department of Commerce - Bureau of the Census, <i>Fourteenth Census of the United States 1920</i> - <i>Population</i> Germaine Turcotte-Robitaille, <i>Turcotte Family of Manchester, NH</i> (Germain Robitaille - Family Archives) Department of Commerce - Bureau of the Census, <i>Fifteenth Census of the United States 1930 - Population </i> Department of Commerce - Bureau of the Census, <i>Fourteenth Census of the United States 1920</i> - <i>Population</i> US Government, <i>United States Federal Census - 1880</i> Department of Commerce - Bureau of the Census, <i>Fourteenth Census of the United States 1920</i> - <i>Population</i> <i>Descendants of Jean Pitre from his arrival in Port Royal</i>, Acadia, Wendy Pitre-Roostan online [http://homepage.ntlworld.com/pitretrail/], Department of Commerce and Labor - Bureau of the Census, <i>Thirteenth Census of the United States, </i>1910, Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire
Page:   Online
Note:   Questions asked in the 1910 census: 1- Each person’s name and relationship to the head of household; 2- Sex; 3- Color or race; 4- Age at last birthday; 5- Marital status; 6- Length of present marriage; 7- If a mother, number of children and number of living children; 8- Birthplace and parents’ birthplaces; 9- If foreign born, year of immigration and citizenship status; 10- Language spoken; 11- Occupation; 12- Type of industry employed in; 13- Whether employer, employee, or self-employed; 14- Number of weeks unemployed in 1909 if applicable; 15- Ability to read and write; 16- If attended daytime school since 1 September 1909; 17- If home was rented or owned; 18- If owned, whether free or mortgaged; 19- If home was a house or a farm; 20- If a veteran of the Union or Confederate army or navy; 21- If blind in both eyes, and if deaf and dumb. Questions asked in the 1910 census: 1- Each person’s name and relationship to the head of household; 2- Sex; 3- Color or race; 4- Age at last birthday; 5- Marital status; 6- Length of present marriage; 7- If a mother, number of children and number of living children; 8- Birthplace and parents’ birthplaces; 9- If foreign born, year of immigration and citizenship status; 10- Language spoken; 11- Occupation; 12- Type of industry employed in; 13- Whether employer, employee, or self-employed; 14- Number of weeks unemployed in 1909 if applicable; 15- Ability to read and write; 16- If attended daytime school since 1 September 1909; 17- If home was rented or owned; 18- If owned, whether free or mortgaged; 19- If home was a house or a farm; 20- If a veteran of the Union or Confederate army or navy; 21- If blind in both eyes, and if deaf and dumb. Questions asked in the 1910 census: 1- Each person’s name and relationship to the head of household; 2- Sex; 3- Color or race; 4- Age at last birthday; 5- Marital status; 6- Length of present marriage; 7- If a mother, number of children and number of living children; 8- Birthplace and parents’ birthplaces; 9- If foreign born, year of immigration and citizenship status; 10- Language spoken; 11- Occupation; 12- Type of industry employed in; 13- Whether employer, employee, or self-employed; 14- Number of weeks unemployed in 1909 if applicable; 15- Ability to read and write; 16- If attended daytime school since 1 September 1909; 17- If home was rented or owned; 18- If owned, whether free or mortgaged; 19- If home was a house or a farm; 20- If a veteran of the Union or Confederate army or navy; 21- If blind in both eyes, and if deaf and dumb. Questions asked in the 1920 census: 1- name of street, avenue road, etc.; 2- house number or farm; 3- number of dwelling in order of visitation; 4- number of family in order of visitation; 5- name of each person whose place of abode was with the family; 6- relationship of person enumerated to the head of the family; 7- whether home owned or rented; 8- if owned, whether free or mortgaged; 9- sex; 10- color or race; 11- age at last birthday; 12- whether single, married, widowed, or divorced; 13- year of immigration to United States; 14- whether naturalized or alien; 15- if naturalized, year of naturalization; 16- whether attended school any time since 1 September 1919; 17- whether able to read; 18- whether able to write; 19- person’s place of birth; 20- mother tongue; 21- father’s place of birth; 22- father’s mother tongue; 23- mother’s place of birth; 24- mother’s mother tongue; 25- whether able to speak English; 26- trade, profession, or particular kind of work done; 27- industry, business, or establishment in which at work; 28- whether employer, salary or wage worker, or working on own account; 29- number of farm schedule. <p> All returns were taken January/February. Questions asked in the 1920 census: 1- name of street, avenue road, etc.; 2- house number or farm; 3- number of dwelling in order of visitation; 4- number of family in order of visitation; 5- name of each person whose place of abode was with the family; 6- relationship of person enumerated to the head of the family; 7- whether home owned or rented; 8- if owned, whether free or mortgaged; 9- sex; 10- color or race; 11- age at last birthday; 12- whether single, married, widowed, or divorced; 13- year of immigration to United States; 14- whether naturalized or alien; 15- if naturalized, year of naturalization; 16- whether attended school any time since 1 September 1919; 17- whether able to read; 18- whether able to write; 19- person’s place of birth; 20- mother tongue; 21- father’s place of birth; 22- father’s mother tongue; 23- mother’s place of birth; 24- mother’s mother tongue; 25- whether able to speak English; 26- trade, profession, or particular kind of work done; 27- industry, business, or establishment in which at work; 28- whether employer, salary or wage worker, or working on own account; 29- number of farm schedule. <p> All returns were taken January/February. Questions asked in the 1920 census: 1- name of street, avenue road, etc.; 2- house number or farm; 3- number of dwelling in order of visitation; 4- number of family in order of visitation; 5- name of each person whose place of abode was with the family; 6- relationship of person enumerated to the head of the family; 7- whether home owned or rented; 8- if owned, whether free or mortgaged; 9- sex; 10- color or race; 11- age at last birthday; 12- whether single, married, widowed, or divorced; 13- year of immigration to United States; 14- whether naturalized or alien; 15- if naturalized, year of naturalization; 16- whether attended school any time since 1 September 1919; 17- whether able to read; 18- whether able to write; 19- person’s place of birth; 20- mother tongue; 21- father’s place of birth; 22- father’s mother tongue; 23- mother’s place of birth; 24- mother’s mother tongue; 25- whether able to speak English; 26- trade, profession, or particular kind of work done; 27- industry, business, or establishment in which at work; 28- whether employer, salary or wage worker, or working on own account; 29- number of farm schedule. <p> All returns were taken January/February. Questions asked in the 1920 census: 1- name of street, avenue road, etc.; 2- house number or farm; 3- number of dwelling in order of visitation; 4- number of family in order of visitation; 5- name of each person whose place of abode was with the family; 6- relationship of person enumerated to the head of the family; 7- whether home owned or rented; 8- if owned, whether free or mortgaged; 9- sex; 10- color or race; 11- age at last birthday; 12- whether single, married, widowed, or divorced; 13- year of immigration to United States; 14- whether naturalized or alien; 15- if naturalized, year of naturalization; 16- whether attended school any time since 1 September 1919; 17- whether able to read; 18- whether able to write; 19- person’s place of birth; 20- mother tongue; 21- father’s place of birth; 22- father’s mother tongue; 23- mother’s place of birth; 24- mother’s mother tongue; 25- whether able to speak English; 26- trade, profession, or particular kind of work done; 27- industry, business, or establishment in which at work; 28- whether employer, salary or wage worker, or working on own account; 29- number of farm schedule. <p> All returns were taken January/February. Questions asked in the 1880 census: 1- Name; 2- White, black, mulatto, Indian, or Chinese; 3- Sex; 4- Age; 5- Month of birth if born within the year; 6- Relationship to the head of the household; 7- Single, married, widowed, or divorced; 8- Married within the year; 9- Occupation and months unemployed; 10- Name of state, territory, or country of birth; 11- Parents’ birthplaces; 12- School attendance within the year; 13- Whether unable to read if age ten or older; 14- Whether sick or temporarily disabled on the day of enumeration and the reason therefor. Those who were blind, deaf-mute, “idiotic,” insane, or permanently disabled were also indicated as such. Germaine Turcotte-Robitaille was the family historian until her death. S Germaine Turcotte-Robitaille was the family historian until her death. S Germaine Turcotte-Robitaille was the family historian until her death. S Personal Files
Source:   S5
Address:   online The Pitre Trail From Acadia: Descendants of Jean Pitre from his arrival in Port Royal, Acadia The Pitre Trail From Acadia: Descendants of Jean Pitre from his arrival in Port Royal, Acadia The Pitre Trail From Acadia: Descendants of Jean Pitre from his arrival in Port Royal, Acadia 4723 W Grace St Chicago, IL 60641 4723 W Grace St Chicago, IL 60641 4723 W Grace St Chicago, IL 60641 4723 W Grace St Chicago, IL 60641
AddressaddressLine1:   online The Pitre Trail From Acadia: Descendants of Jean Pitre from his arrival in Port Royal, Acadia The Pitre Trail From Acadia: Descendants of Jean Pitre from his arrival in Port Royal, Acadia The Pitre Trail From Acadia: Descendants of Jean Pitre from his arrival in Port Royal, Acadia 4723 W Grace St 4723 W Grace St 4723 W Grace St 4723 W Grace St
CallNumber:   :1738892 . :1738898; 1732000; & :1262488 ghislain_renaud ghislain_renaud ghislain_renaud devalter devalter devalter devalter
Givenname:   Ancestry.com Wendy Roostan-Pitre Wendy Roostan-Pitre Wendy Roostan-Pitre Personal Files Personal Files Personal Files Personal Files
Name:   Ancestry.com Wendy Roostan-Pitre Wendy Roostan-Pitre Wendy Roostan-Pitre Personal Files Personal Files Personal Files Personal Files
RepositoryId:   R34 R88 R88 R88 R3 R3 R3 R3
Repository:   R25
Addresscity:   Chicago
Addressstate:   IL
AddresspostalCode:   60641
Note continued:   he searched public records and archives and annotated her research in the logs. Upon her death the logs were taken be family members and have since been unrecoverable. Index card extracts of numerous Turcottes and Brassards are in my personal files.
Link:   http://homepage.ntlworld.com/pitretrail/
Link:   http://homepage.ntlworld.com/pitretrail/
9. Title:   Department of Commerce and Labor - Bureau of the Census, <i>Thirteenth Census of the United States, </i>1910, Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire
Page:   Online
Note:   Questions asked in the 1910 census: 1- Each person’s name and relationship to the head of household; 2- Sex; 3- Color or race; 4- Age at last birthday; 5- Marital status; 6- Length of present marriage; 7- If a mother, number of children and number of living children; 8- Birthplace and parents’ birthplaces; 9- If foreign born, year of immigration and citizenship status; 10- Language spoken; 11- Occupation; 12- Type of industry employed in; 13- Whether employer, employee, or self-employed; 14- Number of weeks unemployed in 1909 if applicable; 15- Ability to read and write; 16- If attended daytime school since 1 September 1909; 17- If home was rented or owned; 18- If owned, whether free or mortgaged; 19- If home was a house or a farm; 20- If a veteran of the Union or Confederate army or navy; 21- If blind in both eyes, and if deaf and dumb.
Source:   S202
Address:   online
AddressaddressLine1:   online
CallNumber:   :1738892 . :1738898; 1732000; & :1262488
Givenname:   Ancestry.com
Name:   Ancestry.com
RepositoryId:   R34
Repository:   R25
10. Title:   Department of Commerce - Bureau of the Census, <i>Fourteenth Census of the United States 1920</i> - <i>Population</i>
Page:   Online
Note:   Questions asked in the 1920 census: 1- name of street, avenue road, etc.; 2- house number or farm; 3- number of dwelling in order of visitation; 4- number of family in order of visitation; 5- name of each person whose place of abode was with the family; 6- relationship of person enumerated to the head of the family; 7- whether home owned or rented; 8- if owned, whether free or mortgaged; 9- sex; 10- color or race; 11- age at last birthday; 12- whether single, married, widowed, or divorced; 13- year of immigration to United States; 14- whether naturalized or alien; 15- if naturalized, year of naturalization; 16- whether attended school any time since 1 September 1919; 17- whether able to read; 18- whether able to write; 19- person’s place of birth; 20- mother tongue; 21- father’s place of birth; 22- father’s mother tongue; 23- mother’s place of birth; 24- mother’s mother tongue; 25- whether able to speak English; 26- trade, profession, or particular kind of work done; 27- industry, business, or establishment in which at work; 28- whether employer, salary or wage worker, or working on own account; 29- number of farm schedule. <p> All returns were taken January/February.
Source:   S201
Address:   online
AddressaddressLine1:   online
CallNumber:   :1738892 . :1738898; 1732000; & :1262488
Givenname:   Ancestry.com
Name:   Ancestry.com
RepositoryId:   R34
Repository:   R25
11. Title:   Germaine Turcotte-Robitaille, <i>Turcotte Family of Manchester, NH</i> (Germain Robitaille - Family Archives)
Page:   Family Sheet
Note:   Germaine Turcotte-Robitaille was the family historian until her death. S
Source:   S9
Addresscity:   Chicago
Address:   4723 W Grace St Chicago, IL 60641
AddressaddressLine1:   4723 W Grace St
CallNumber:   devalter
Givenname:   Personal Files
Addressstate:   IL
AddresspostalCode:   60641
RepositoryId:   R3
Name:   Personal Files
Repository:   R25
Note continued:   he searched public records and archives and annotated her research in the logs. Upon her death the logs were taken be family members and have since been unrecoverable. Index card extracts of numerous Turcottes and Brassards are in my personal files.
12. Page:   Manchester, Hillsborough, NH, ED 132, Sheet 4A, lines 4-12
Source:   S201
13. Page:   Manchester, Hillsborough, NH, ED 149, Sheet 13A, lines 21-25
Source:   S202
14. Page:   New Hampshire Resources
Source:   S5
15. Page:   Online
Source:   S540
16. Title:   Department of Commerce - Bureau of the Census, <i>Fourteenth Census of the United States 1920</i> - <i>Population</i> Department of Commerce and Labor - Bureau of the Census, <i>Thirteenth Census of the United States, </i>1910, Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire <i>Descendants of Jean Pitre from his arrival in Port Royal</i>, Acadia, Wendy Pitre-Roostan online [http://homepage.ntlworld.com/pitretrail/], Germaine Turcotte-Robitaille, <i>Turcotte Family of Manchester, NH</i> (Germain Robitaille - Family Archives) Department of Commerce and Labor - Bureau of the Census, <i>Thirteenth Census of the United States, </i>1910, Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire JH Blanchard, <i>Rustico - Paroisse acadienne</i> (:,) Department of Commerce and Labor - Bureau of the Census, <i>Thirteenth Census of the United States, </i>1910, Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire Department of Commerce - Bureau of the Census, <i>Fourteenth Census of the United States 1920</i> - <i>Population</i>
Page:   Online
Note:   Questions asked in the 1920 census: 1- name of street, avenue road, etc.; 2- house number or farm; 3- number of dwelling in order of visitation; 4- number of family in order of visitation; 5- name of each person whose place of abode was with the family; 6- relationship of person enumerated to the head of the family; 7- whether home owned or rented; 8- if owned, whether free or mortgaged; 9- sex; 10- color or race; 11- age at last birthday; 12- whether single, married, widowed, or divorced; 13- year of immigration to United States; 14- whether naturalized or alien; 15- if naturalized, year of naturalization; 16- whether attended school any time since 1 September 1919; 17- whether able to read; 18- whether able to write; 19- person’s place of birth; 20- mother tongue; 21- father’s place of birth; 22- father’s mother tongue; 23- mother’s place of birth; 24- mother’s mother tongue; 25- whether able to speak English; 26- trade, profession, or particular kind of work done; 27- industry, business, or establishment in which at work; 28- whether employer, salary or wage worker, or working on own account; 29- number of farm schedule. <p> All returns were taken January/February. Questions asked in the 1920 census: 1- name of street, avenue road, etc.; 2- house number or farm; 3- number of dwelling in order of visitation; 4- number of family in order of visitation; 5- name of each person whose place of abode was with the family; 6- relationship of person enumerated to the head of the family; 7- whether home owned or rented; 8- if owned, whether free or mortgaged; 9- sex; 10- color or race; 11- age at last birthday; 12- whether single, married, widowed, or divorced; 13- year of immigration to United States; 14- whether naturalized or alien; 15- if naturalized, year of naturalization; 16- whether attended school any time since 1 September 1919; 17- whether able to read; 18- whether able to write; 19- person’s place of birth; 20- mother tongue; 21- father’s place of birth; 22- father’s mother tongue; 23- mother’s place of birth; 24- mother’s mother tongue; 25- whether able to speak English; 26- trade, profession, or particular kind of work done; 27- industry, business, or establishment in which at work; 28- whether employer, salary or wage worker, or working on own account; 29- number of farm schedule. <p> All returns were taken January/February. Questions asked in the 1910 census: 1- Each person’s name and relationship to the head of household; 2- Sex; 3- Color or race; 4- Age at last birthday; 5- Marital status; 6- Length of present marriage; 7- If a mother, number of children and number of living children; 8- Birthplace and parents’ birthplaces; 9- If foreign born, year of immigration and citizenship status; 10- Language spoken; 11- Occupation; 12- Type of industry employed in; 13- Whether employer, employee, or self-employed; 14- Number of weeks unemployed in 1909 if applicable; 15- Ability to read and write; 16- If attended daytime school since 1 September 1909; 17- If home was rented or owned; 18- If owned, whether free or mortgaged; 19- If home was a house or a farm; 20- If a veteran of the Union or Confederate army or navy; 21- If blind in both eyes, and if deaf and dumb. Questions asked in the 1910 census: 1- Each person’s name and relationship to the head of household; 2- Sex; 3- Color or race; 4- Age at last birthday; 5- Marital status; 6- Length of present marriage; 7- If a mother, number of children and number of living children; 8- Birthplace and parents’ birthplaces; 9- If foreign born, year of immigration and citizenship status; 10- Language spoken; 11- Occupation; 12- Type of industry employed in; 13- Whether employer, employee, or self-employed; 14- Number of weeks unemployed in 1909 if applicable; 15- Ability to read and write; 16- If attended daytime school since 1 September 1909; 17- If home was rented or owned; 18- If owned, whether free or mortgaged; 19- If home was a house or a farm; 20- If a veteran of the Union or Confederate army or navy; 21- If blind in both eyes, and if deaf and dumb. Questions asked in the 1910 census: 1- Each person’s name and relationship to the head of household; 2- Sex; 3- Color or race; 4- Age at last birthday; 5- Marital status; 6- Length of present marriage; 7- If a mother, number of children and number of living children; 8- Birthplace and parents’ birthplaces; 9- If foreign born, year of immigration and citizenship status; 10- Language spoken; 11- Occupation; 12- Type of industry employed in; 13- Whether employer, employee, or self-employed; 14- Number of weeks unemployed in 1909 if applicable; 15- Ability to read and write; 16- If attended daytime school since 1 September 1909; 17- If home was rented or owned; 18- If owned, whether free or mortgaged; 19- If home was a house or a farm; 20- If a veteran of the Union or Confederate army or navy; 21- If blind in both eyes, and if deaf and dumb. Germaine Turcotte-Robitaille was the family historian until her death. S
Source:   S201
Addresscity:   Montreal Chicago
Address:   Montreal, PQ Canada online online online online online The Pitre Trail From Acadia: Descendants of Jean Pitre from his arrival in Port Royal, Acadia 4723 W Grace St Chicago, IL 60641
CallNumber:   :1462718 :1738892 . :1738898; 1732000; & :1262488 :1738892 . :1738898; 1732000; & :1262488 :1738892 . :1738898; 1732000; & :1262488 :1738892 . :1738898; 1732000; & :1262488 :1738892 . :1738898; 1732000; & :1262488 ghislain_renaud devalter
Givenname:   Bibliotheque centrale de Montreal, salle Gagnon Ancestry.com Ancestry.com Ancestry.com Ancestry.com Ancestry.com Wendy Roostan-Pitre Personal Files
Addressstate:   PQ IL
Addresscountry:   Canada
Name:   Bibliotheque centrale de Montreal, salle Gagnon Ancestry.com Ancestry.com Ancestry.com Ancestry.com Ancestry.com Wendy Roostan-Pitre Personal Files
RepositoryId:   R105 R34 R34 R34 R34 R34 R88 R3
Repository:   R25
AddressaddressLine1:   online The Pitre Trail From Acadia: Descendants of Jean Pitre from his arrival in Port Royal, Acadia 4723 W Grace St
AddresspostalCode:   60641
Note continued:   he searched public records and archives and annotated her research in the logs. Upon her death the logs were taken be family members and have since been unrecoverable. Index card extracts of numerous Turcottes and Brassards are in my personal files.



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