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Ronnie Lambeth Ancestory Book

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S: Lambeth & Barnes Family Ancestory

FC: Lambeth & Barnes Family Ancestory

1: To Ronnie Lambeth

2: Lambeth English: habitational name from Lambeth, now part of Greater London, named in Old English as ‘lamb hithe’, from Old English lamb ‘lamb’ + hth ‘hithe’, ‘landing place’, i.e. a place where lambs were put on board boat or taken ashore, no doubt in order to supply the meat markets of London on the other side of the river Thames. Barnes English: name borne by the son or servant of a barne, a term used in the early Middle Ages for a member of the upper classes, although its precise meaning is not clear (it derives from Old English beorn, Old Norse barn ‘young warrior’). Barne was also occasionally used as a personal name. Irish: possibly an Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Bearáin ‘descendant of Bearán’, a byname meaning ‘spear’. | Family Names | Dictionary of American Family Names, Oxford University Press,

4: Siblings

5: Lambeth Family Tree (Generations 1 - 4)

6: Stephen Thomas Lambeth (Grandfather)

7: 1910 Census Record Pollard, Escambia County, Alabama This census record shows that Stephen Thomas (known as Thomas) and Beatrice lived beside Thomas's father and mother. At this time, only Ethmore and Edgar had been born. Thomas's siblings were still living at home with his parents. | Stephen Thomas Lambeth (Grandfather)

8: Stephen Shirley Lambeth (Great Grandfather)

9: Homestead certificate issued to Stephen Shirley Lambeth on Feb 4, 1888 for 159.92 acres in Escambia County, Alabama | Homestead Act of 1862 Signed by President Abraham Lincoln on May 20, 1862 to accelerate the settlement of the western territory. | Stephen Shirley Lambeth (Great Grandfather)

10: Mary Catherine Lambeth (Great Great Grandmother)

11: 1880 Census Record Pollard, Escambia County, Alabama This census record shows Mary Catherine and her children living with Mary's parents (John and Ann Lambeth). Mary's occupatin is listed as "not employed" and Stheph Shirley's is listed as "laborer". | Mary Catherine Lambeth (Great Great Grandmother)

12: Homestead certificate issued to Mary Catherine Lambeth on May 11, 1894 for 160 acres in Escambia County, Alabama | Homestead Act of 1862 Approximately 270 million acres, 10% of th land in the United States, was claimed and settled under this act. | Mary Catherine Lambeth (Great Great Grandmother)

13: Lambeth Family Tree (Generations 5-8)

14: John M Lambeth (GGG Grandfather)

15: John M Lambeth (GGG Grandfather) | Purchase of Land Certificate issued on Nov 1, 1858 for 79.72 acres in Covington County, Alabama. This was purchased under the Land Act of 1820, which required land to be purchased with cash instead of credit.

16: John M Lambeth (GGG Grandfather) | Homestead certificate issued to John M Lambeth on May 19, 1903 for 160.68 acres in Escambia County, Alabama | Homestead Act of 1862 Declared that any citizen or intended citizen could claim 160 acres of land for a minimal filing fee and 5 years of continuous residence on that land.

17: Josiah Lambeth (GGGG Grandfather)

18: Josiah Lambeth (GGGG Grandfather)

19: Josiah and Elizabeth Loftin were married on December 18, 1789 and their marriage bond was signed by her brother Joseph Loftin. The Loftin and Lambeth families were neighbors and the Loftin’s other daughter, Tabitha Loftin, married Josiah’s brother Moses. By the summer of 1800, Josiah and Elizabeth had moved to Guilford County. They settled on the North side of Buffalo Creek, about a mile from where it empties into the Reedy Fork. During the summer months, Josiah and Elizabeth’s home was used for "preaching" until a Church was built in 1834 by the congregation of Adam’s Chapel Christian Church. Josiah lived in this house until his death on June 17, 1851. He was buried on his land not from far from the front porch of his home, where he used to sit and look at the river. This spot became a small family cemetery and there are about 40 graves there today. Source: | Josiah Lambeth (GGGG Grandfather) | Directions to Lambeth Cemetery: The cemetery is northeast of the small town of McLeansville in Guilford County and west of highway 61. Located on the high west shoulder of High Rock Rd. (State Road 2719), surrounded by a native stone well, about 50 yards north of the Buffalo Creek Ridge.

20: Josiah's Last Will and Testament “In the name of God Amen. I Josiah Lambeth of the county of Guilford and State of North Carolina do make this my last will and testament, 1St. I do will and bequeath to the six children of my Son Joseph Lambeth. One Dollar each. 2nd. I bequeath to my son Shadrack One Dollar. 3rd. I also give to Lovick One Dollar besides what I have give. 4th. I Bequeath to my son John the Land Whereon I now live supposed to Contain three hundred Acres, be the same more of lefs & my son John is to pay over to my Estate Three hundred Dollars, or his Executors, 5th. I also give to my daughter Edna one hundred and forty Dollars One loom, one Table and bible. Furthermore I will and desire that Benjamin Brown shall have one Dollar and the remaining property shall be sold and Divided as follows. To Davis Brown who now lives with me Ten Dollars and the balance of my Estate between the Girls Equally. Catharine, Polly, Sally, Cresy ,Francis, 1 Hepsey .Nancy’s hear Edna. And my daughter Polly being indebted to Edna Twenty Two Dollars and seventy six cents I order and will my Executors to take of Polly’s part of give to Edna with the interest on it from 1st September, 1842 till paid. Lastly, I appoint Robert Prather & Lovick L. Lambeth my Executors of this my last will and testament in Confirmation Whereof I now set my hand and affix my seal this the 18 do September 1846. Josiah Lambeth, Seal " Acknowledged in presence of us his William x Cumming ,MarkJohn Cumming , "state of North Carolina Guilford County" August Term 1851. Source: | Josiah Lambeth (GGGG Grandfather)

21: Samuel Lambeth (GGGGG Grandfather)

22: Samuel Lambeth (GGGGG Grandfather)

23: 1790 Census Record Craven County, North Carolina This census record shows the following living in the Samuel Lambeth household: 1 free white male under 16 years of age, 3 free white males 16 years or older, and 2 free white females. | Samuel Lambeth (GGGGG Grandfather)

24: John David Lambeth (GGGGGG Grandfather) Migrated from England

25: Barnes Family Tree (Generations 1 - 4)

26: George N Barnes (Grandfather)

27: 1930 Census Record Escambia County, Alabama This census record shows that the Barnes and the Lambeth families were neighbors. | George N Barnes (Grandfather)

28: Nathaniel Sam Barnes (Great Grandfather)

29: Nathaniel Sam Barnes (Great Grandfather)

30: 1880 Census Record Bells Landing, Monroe County Alabama This census record shows George living with his father and mother (Nathaniel's second wife). Nathaniel's occupation is lised as "Farmer" and George's occupation is listed as "works on farm". | Nathaniel Sam Barnes (Great Grandfather)

31: 1860 Census Record Monroe County, Alabama This census record shows Nathaniel and Martha (second wife) living with Nathaniel and Elizabeth's children. Martha was only 22 years old and her sister Amanda is also living with them. The other interesting item in this census record is the number written to the right of Nathaniel's occupation, listed as "Farmer". This number is the amount recorded as the value of their real estate. | Nathaniel Sam Barnes (Great Grandfather)

32: Obediah Barnes (Great Great Grandfather)

33: Obediah Barnes (Great Great Grandfather)

34: Obediah Barnes (Great Great Grandfather) | Cerficiates of Land (285.7 acres) purchased in 1835 and 1837. This land was purchased under the Act of 1820, which required a cash sale.

35: 1830 Census Record Monroe County, Alabana This census record shows a total of 17 people living in the Obediah Barnes household: 1 free white male ages 5–9, 2 free white males ages 10-14, 1 free white male age 15-19, 1 free white male age 40–49, 2 free white females under 5, 1 free white female ages 5-9, 1 free white female ages 30-39, 1 male slave under 10, 3 male slaves age 10-23, 4 females slaves ages 10-23. | Obediah Barnes (Great Great Grandfather) | Obediah's Tombsone

36: Nathaniel S Barnes (GGG Grandfather) | Smoak (GGG Grandfather) Migrated from Ireland

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