Nancy Lamb: Birth: 1813.
Note: Unconfirmed son. Placed here from info. on e-mail from James & Susan L. Griffith <firstname.lastname@example.org> ..30 Oct 1998..dfw Subject: Re: [ALLAUDER] LONG,WEBB,LAMB Date: Tue, 25 Jan 2000 From: JGustaf114@@aol.com To: email@example.com
The parents of Martha Lamb, born abt. 1810 in Tn., are James Lamb and Margaret ??, married abt. 1809 in Tn.
James is a brother to my John Lamb Sr. and they are sons of Thomas Lamb Jr. and Sarah ??. James born 25 Nov. 1785. John born 19 Dec. 1779. They are listed in The Quacker Records of Bush River, Union co., S.C. There is probably more children but I don't have them at this time. Thomas moved his family from S.C. to Williamson co., Tn., date of move is unknown. SHARP: Melissa Sharp was the daughter of Rebecca Long and James (Jim) Sharp, they were not married!, Rebecca also had a daughter Forrest/Forest Long, she married a Murphy I think, at least she went by Murphy, of course this could have been her fathers surname, no one seems to know who he was at this time. Rebecca was a daughter of John Long and Sarah ( Sallie) Smith. (Sarah supposedly a descendent of Captain John Smith of Virginia- no research done here). John Long is a brother to my Francis Marion Long and they are sons of Mikle/Michael Long and Nancy Webb, Nancy is a d/o John Webb and Elizabeth Thomas. Let me know when you get home and I will send what I have on the LONGS and LAMBS, which is quite a lot. Hoping to hear from you soon.Sharon [Long]....
Lamb, James to Wood, Margaret 24 Nov 1860 Atwell, Wm. MG Marriage Place: Lauderdale OSPage: 119
1830 Lauderdale County census LAMB, James 0000001-0000001------Peggy and James both between 40/50 years old
1840 Lauderdale County census State: Alabama Year: 1840 Roll: M704_7 Page: 93 Image: 187 Lamb, Jas. 00000001 - 0000001 Pg.2/4, image 39/106
1850 Lauderdale County census 345 357 James LAMB 55m Farmer 450 SC Peggy 50 f do Martha (2) 25 f AL 12, The ages for James and Peggy are obviously wrong, they should be 65 and 60, Martha is listed as insane and a person over 20 who could not read or write. I don't know who she could be. They have a daughter named Martha, who was married to Adron Sharp and is listed in this census in dwelling number 353 and family number 365. 1st dist., fam 345/357, pg.507/254. Lives 21 families away fron Rhody Lamb, fam 324/336
1860 census Western Division County: Lauderdale State: Alabama Roll: M653_13 Page: 139 Image: 142 Household #273
Young, William---------18m----------farming-------Ala. Lamb, James------------74m----------farming-------S. C. Young, Elizabeth-------26f-------------------------------Ala.
Young, Mary---------------9f---------------------------------" LAMB, JAMES
Land Office: HUNTSVILLE Sequence #:
Document Number: 10467 Total Acres: 39.94
Misc. Doc. Nr.: Signature: Yes
Canceled Document: No Issue Date: August 01, 1839
Mineral Rights Reserved: No Metes and Bounds: No
Survey Date: Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566
Multiple Warantee Names: No Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820
Multiple Patentee Names: No Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entri
Legal Land Description:
# Aliquot Parts Block # Base Line Fractional Section Township Range Section #
---------1-------------- SESE----HUNTSVILLE----------No--------------------- 1S------- 14W-------- 26
Peggy had probably died sometimes in the 1850's, James was living with his grandchildren from his daughter, Mary. Note he had aged 19 years since 1850 census. James was married in 1860 to the widow of Bennett A. Wood, Margaret, who was living next door (which could have been a couple of miles apart) in the household of her daughter, Melissa Wood Sharp. Melissa's husband, James Sharp was his grandson.
JAMES LAMB WILL Knowing the uncertainty of life and the certainty of death, I, James Lamb make this my last will and testament on the 25th day of April in the year of our Lord, one thousand-eight hundred and sixty-nine. Being of south mind I give and bequeath to my eldest daughter, Martha Sharp, one dollar. I also give and bequeath to Elizabeth--James-William-Deavinport-Mary and Owen Young one dollar each. After all my debts are paid, I give and bequeath to my wife, Margaret Lamb, all my personal property, real estate during her widowhood. If she should marry or die-I will, in either event, all of my property shall be given to Owen Bennett Sharp, both real and personal, after her debts are paid.
his James x Lamb
E. Grisham l
James M. Pool l Witnesses
His H. C. x Burns l
mark THE STATE of ALABAMA, LAUDERDALE COUNTY This day comes, E. S. Grishman, J. M. Pool, and H. C. Burns subscribing witnesses to a paper purporting to be the last will and testament of James Lamb and who being by me duly sworn, make oath that said James Lamb was at the time of his death a citizen of said state and county, that he was of sound mind and disposing at the time of making his will.and of his decease, that he signed the same in their presence and declare the same at his request and in his presence and in the presence of each other. E. Grisham
Lit. James Jackson J. M. Pool-- T. S. Chisholm his
H. C. x Burns Mark Sworn to and subscribed before me, this 14th day of June 1869.
T. T. Allington, Probate Judge Transcribed by Dan Wood
His wife Margaret Lamb was the mother of Bennett Hampton Wood, she was the widow of Bennett A. Wood. Martha Sharp is the wife of Adron Sharp and the mother of James Sharp who was married to Melissa Wood, Hamp's sister. Owen Bennett Sharp, son of James and Melissa Sharp.
All of the Youngs were children of Elijah and Mary Lamb Young, Mary was his daughter and a sister to Martha Lamb Sharp. Owen Young was the father of Bill and Bart Young. Devenport Young was known as Deb Young.
From Lauderdale County Court Records 1850--1855, Page 11, October 1, 1850, #5091 James Lamb vs Captain and owners of the Steam Boat Mustang - Appeal - Defendants to recover of plaintiff the costs of suit - a non suit.
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