Lambert/Lamparth/Lambarth Genealogy

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  • ID: I320
  • Name: John Michael Lambert
  • Given Name: John Michael
  • Surname: Lambert 1 2
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 17 May 1744 in Garrweiler, , Baden-Württemberg, Germany 3 2 1
  • Death: 16 Oct 1825 in Nockamixon, , Bucks, Pennsylvania 4 5
  • Burial: Oct 1825 Nockamixon Lutheran Church Cemetery, Nockamixon, , Bucks, Pennsylvania 6
  • Note:
    Introduction from Lambert Genealogy: (From Richard Meredith Lambert, Jr.)
    Biography and family records of John Michael Lambert. He was born at Garrweiler Filial (out -parish) of Grombach, Oberamt Freundenstat,Wurttemburg, Germany. He with two brothers arrived at Philadelphia,Pennsylvania on the ship "Britannia" Sept 26, 1764. They were the sons of Jacob Lambarth a citizen of the above named place, and was a carpenter by trade, and his wife Christina. The following are the names and ages of the children of Jacob Lambarth 1 - Gottfried Lambarth, born April 28,1737, 2 - John George Lambarth, born Feb 26, 1741, 3 - John Michael Lambarth, born May 17, 1744. At their arrival they were served out to pay the costs of their voyage across the Atlantic Ocean. In that way the brothers were separated and nothing is known about the two of these, nor of their descendents.


    Bptzd/Chrstnd: Paris Register (Taufbuch) from 1734 to 1777, Grombach,Germany
    Wil/Prob/Inven: Will written 19 Apr 1820, probated 18 Oct 1825
    Census 1:1790, Federal Census, PA, Bucks Co., not returned by Township(1,6,5,0,0)
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    Officers of the Second Battalion of Bucks County
    06 May 1777
    First Company
    Captain: Nicholas PATTERSON
    1st Lieutenant: Moses KELLY
    2nd Lieutenant: William MEANES
    Ensign: Thomas RAMSEY


    John Michael Lambert was part of Capt. Nicholas Patterson's company of Militia in Tinicum Township, returned May 22, 1780. He was listed under Class 5 (Source: PA Archives, Series 5, Vol. 5, pp 357, 358, 396)

    Officers of the Fourth Battalion of Bucks County
    10 May 1780
    First Company
    Captain: Nicholas PATTERSON
    Lieutenant: Moses KELLY
    Ensign: William MEANS
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    From the Bucks County Historical Society
    John Michael Lambert #2

    The will of Michael Lambert of Nockamixon Township, Bucks County,Pennsylvania, dated April 19, 1820 probated Oct. 18, 1825 is registered in Will Book #10, p. 401-2 and the file #5420. He describes himself as in good health and devises to wife, Rosanah, bed & bedding and other household furniture. His executor is directed to sell at public sale all remainder of Estate, real & personal and the money arising there from to be put to interest and the interest paid to his wife. If not sufficient for her support he is authorized to use part of the principal. At her decease the residue is to be given to his sons, Nicholas, Christian,John, George, Leonard & Michael Lambert, twenty dollars each. Remainder of estate equally to all my children and legal representatives, above names sons and Barbara, Rosanna, Elizabeth, Catherine, Polly, Sarah &Mary.

    Son Nicholas named as Executor with power to sell real estate. The Will is signed Michael Lambart

    There are three witnesses but the names of two are unintelligible, the remaining one is Leonard Strouse who was the only one that appeared at the Probate when letters were granted to the son Nicholas.
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    HANS MICHAEL LAMPART, as his name appears on the "List of Foreigners Imported in the Ship Brittania, Capt. Thomas Arnot, from Rotterdam,Qualified September 28, 1764." (Penna. Archives, Second Series. Vol.XVII, page 463)
    On this List also appear the names, Gottfried Lampardt, Georg Lambarth.
    These same names appear in the List of the 260 passengers on the Brittania, given in Prof. Daniel RuppŁus, ŁSCollection of Thirty Thousand Names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French and Other Immigrants to Pennsylvania, from 1737 to 1778,ŁT Pages 359 and 360.

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    Tradition relates that Michael Lambert first settled in Tinicum Township, Bucks County but we do not find him in the tax lists of that Township which are extant from 1779, but a Michael Lambert is taxed in Windsor Township York County, in 1779 and 1780; in the first for one cow, and in the latter for 75 acres, 2 horses and 2 cows. (Pa. Ar. Vol.21, pp 39 & 230)

    In the tax lists for Tinicum in 1782 Michael Lambert is taxed for 3 horses and 3 cows, in 1783 Michael LambertŁus estate amount of tax. In 1784 Michael Lambert - 1 outhouse & 7 white inhabitants. (Pa. Ar. 2ndseries, Vol. 13 pp 255, 379, 466, 544.)

    In the tax lists of Tinicum for 1786 & 1787 the name of Michael Lambert does not appear. It appears in the Census of 1790 in Bucks County as having one male over 16 and 6 under 16 and 5 females. As Michael Lampart he appears in the tax list of 1785, 1786, 1787 in Bedminster Township, Bucks County; he also appears in Tinicum Township as Michael Lamport 1787. (Pa. Arc. Ser 3, Vol. 13 pp 578, 670, 786,790.)
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    Copy of an account compiled and written by Rev. John F. Rathgeber,Freemansburg., Pennsylvania. May 11 1893
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    John Michael Lambert, with his wife Rosina Strauss daughter of John Lenard Strauss and his wife (Philipina?)Christina settled in Tinicum Township., Bucks County,Pennsylvania. not later than 1776. They moved to Windsor Township., York County, Pennsylvania. and returned to Tinicum,Bucks Co previous to April 28, 1782.
    It is not known now whether their first son was born in Bucks County or in York County, Pennsylvania. but Christian, the second son, and the daughter Barbara Ann were born in Windson(r?) York County, Pennsylvania. the last named was there baptised, Frederich Lambert and his wife Barbara Ann being the sponsors. Who this Lambert family was is not known. He might have been an uncle to John Michael Lambert. At the present time 1893, there are no Lamberts In Windsor, York County, a. but there are some in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania., but through lack of interest on the part of some people I was unable to find any relatives from the other two brothers so far.
    John Michael Lambert had 13 children, the nine younger ones were born in Tinicum, Bucks County Previous to 1804 he moved with his family to Nockamixon Township, Bucks County
    The church record there shows that he and other members of his family communed there. John Michael Lambert was of small stature and had red hair, and so far as the writer knows nearly all of his descendents are of small stature but stout built. He died of consumption in the year 1826 was buried in the Nockamixon Cemetery and was therefore 82 yrs. of age.
    His wife Rosina survived him 5 yrs. She lived with their oldest son Nicholas Lambert in Williams Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania. near Raubsville. She died in the year 1831 and was buried in the Durham Cemetery Bucks County Her age was not given.
    Final settlement was made by the oldest son Nicholas Lambert on the 11th day of Dec., 1827. The amount was as follows-
    "Dr. $619.671 Ła Cr. $360.611 Łb Balance on hand 259.05 Ła." So it was recorded in the office at Doylestown Bucks Co, Pennsylvania.
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    Excerpts from a paper read at the 26th annual reunion of the Lambert Family, Saucon Park, Bethlehem, August 7, 1926. The paper was prepared by Marcus D. Lambert.
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    from 1784 Bucks County, Pennsylvania Dwelling Houses & Out Houses White &Black
    Inhabitants RETURN OF LAND, it shows Michael Lambert with no Acres, no Dwell.
    Houses, 1 Out Houses, 7 White Occupants, no Black Occupants, Tinicum Twp.

    John Michael Lambert
    Garrweiler consists of fifteen or twenty houses in the northern part of the Black Forest section of Germany in what was the Kingdom of Wurttemburg (Stuttgard is the capital). Wurttemberg is the so- called"Schwoweland" Swabia, bounded east by Bavaria, west by Baden, south by Switzerland, north by Baden and Bavaria.


    Record from the Parish Books the "Grombacher Taufbuch von 1734 bis 1777."Under the year 1744 is made the following entry.
    entry:-
    Tempus et dies Infantes Parentes Patrini (sponsors)
    Natus d. 17th Johann Jacob Lambarth Michael Dieterlin
    Festo Pentecostali Michael Burger und Burger und Bauer
    Renatus d. 19th Zimmerman zu zu Garrweiler und
    Maji Garrweiler wf. Anna, George
    Christine Freylin Burger und
    Bauerin zu Garr-
    weiler ehl.Hausfrau.
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    Harry C. Adams, abstractor and compiler, "The Direct Tax of 1798 in the
    Second District, Third Division of Pennsylvania; 12 Townships in the
    Upper Part of Bucks County" (Bedminster, PA: Adams Apple Press, 1994)
    Call # 974.821 Ada

    Page 36 - Durham Twp
    Occupant: Michael Lambert (Lampert)
    Dwelling: 20 x 16 log house 1 story
    Owner: Arthur Erwin*
    Outhouses: 14 x 16 log
    kitchen
    Adjoining: Peter Long
    House Valuation: 125 Total Valuation: 1688
    Charles Eighlin
    Other Bldgs: 36 x 20 old log barn
    Acreage: 167
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  • Baptism: 18 May 1744
  • Note: Garrweiler, Wuerttemburg, Germany 3
  • Religion:
  • Note: Lutheran
  • Event: Will/Probate/Inv 19 Apr 1820
  • Note: Probated Oct. 18, 1825
  • Event: Tax
  • Note: Tinicum, Bucks, Pennsylvania
  • Census: 1790
  • Note: , Bucks, Pennsylvania
  • Emigration: 26 Sep 1764
  • Note: Emigrated on Ship "Britannia"
  • _UID: 9B3A5F1681E742D688146DDAEE7D48BF1F93
  • Change Date: 2 Aug 2011 at 16:08



    Father: Johann Jakob Lamparth b: 6 May 1707 in Garrweiler, , Baden-Württemberg, Germany
    Mother: Christina Majer b: Abt 1710 in Unterwaldach, , Baden-Württemberg, Germany

    Marriage 1 Rosina Strauss b: 1752 in , Northampton, Pennsylvania, USA
    • Married: 1772 in , Northampton, Pennsylvania, USA
    • Note:
      U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 about Rosina Strauss
      Name: Rosina Strauss
      Gender: Female
      Spouse Name: Johann Michael Lambert
      Spouse
      Birth Place: Gr
      Spouse Birth Year: 1744
      Marriage State: of PA
      Number Pages: 13
    • Change Date: 2 Aug 2011
    Children
    1. Has No Children John Lambert b: 30 Dec 1772 in , Bucks, Pennsylvania, USA
    2. Has Children Nicolaus Lambert b: 11 Aug 1775 in Tinicum, Bucks, Pennsylvania, USA
    3. Has Children John Christian Lambert b: 11 Apr 1777 in Windsor, York, Pennsylvania, USA c: 18 May 1777 in Keller's Lutheran Church, Bedminster, Bucks, Pennsylvania, USA
    4. Has Children Barbara Ann Lambert b: 28 May 1779 in Windsor, York, Pennsylvania, USA
    5. Has Children John Lambert b: 1 Jan 1781 in Tinicum, Bucks, Pennsylvania, USA
    6. Has Children John George Lambert b: 8 Apr 1782 in Tinicum, Bucks, Pennsylvania, USA c: 20 Jun 1782 in Keller's Lutheran Church Cemetery, Bedminster, Bucks, Pennsylvania, USA
    7. Has Children John Leonard Lambert b: 6 Jan 1784 in Tohickon, Bedminster, Bucks, Pennsylvania c: 4 Jul 1784 in Tohickon Lutheran Church, Bedminster, Bucks, Pennsylvania
    8. Has Children Michael Lambert b: 14 Jun 1785 in Tinicum, Bucks, Pennsylvania, USA
    9. Has Children Rosina Lambert b: Mar 1787 in Tinicum, Bucks, Pennsylvania, USA
    10. Has Children Elizabeth Lambert b: 26 May 1788 in Tohickon, Bedminster, Bucks, Pennsylvania
    11. Has Children Mary E. Magdalene Lambert b: 4 Jun 1790 in Tohickon, Bedminster, Bucks, Pennsylvania c: 21 Nov 1790 in Tohickon Lutheran Church, Bedminster, Bucks, Pennsylvania
    12. Has Children Catherine Lambert b: 4 Mar 1792 in Tinicum, Bucks, Pennsylvania, USA
    13. Has Children Sarah Lambert b: 1794 in Tinicum, Bucks, Pennsylvania, USA
    14. Has Children Maria Magdalene Lambert b: 11 Jan 1796 in Tinicum, Bucks, Pennsylvania, USA

    Sources:
    1. Media: Manuscript
      Abbrev: Rev. John F. Rathgeber
      Title: Rev. John F. Rathgeber
      Publication: Copy of an account compiled and written by Rev. John F. Rathgeber, Freemansburg, Pennsylvania, May 11, 1893
      Repository:
        Name: Not Given

      Page: pg. 5
      Quality: 3
    2. Media: Manuscript
      Abbrev: Historical Society, Butler, Pennsylvania
      Title: Historical Society, Zelienople, Butler, Pennsylvania
      Publication: Zelienople, Butler County, Pennsylvania. Papers from Germany with an official stamp were turned into the Historical Society. They showed direct lineage of the Lambarth/Lamparth family.
      Repository:
        Name: Not Given
    3. Media: Manuscript
      Abbrev: Marcus Bachman Lambert
      Title: Marcus Bachman Lambert Manuscript
      Author: Marcus B. Lambert
      Publication: This manuscript was prepared for the Twentieth Annual Reunion of the Lambert Family held at Saucon Park, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania on August 7, 1926
      Repository:
        Name: Not Given
    4. Media: Family Archive CD
      Abbrev: Mortality Index: United States, 1850-1880, CD #164
      Title: Mortality Index: United States, 1850-1880, CD #164
      Repository:
        Name: Not Given

      Text: 1870, Bucks County
    5. Media: Manuscript
      Abbrev: Rev. John F. Rathgeber
      Title: Rev. John F. Rathgeber
      Publication: Copy of an account compiled and written by Rev. John F. Rathgeber, Freemansburg, Pennsylvania, May 11, 1893
      Repository:
        Name: Not Given

      Page: pg. 5
      Quality: 3
      Text: Rev. Rathgeber said date of death was 1826
    6. Abbrev: Find A Grave
      Title: Find A Grave, digital images
      Publication: findagrave.com: n.d.
      Page: <, Find A Grave Memorial# 52765326
      Quality: 3

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