This page is to make available records for use by family members and other
researchers who have an interest in them. These records are a result
of many years of research, by various family members, who I wish to give thanks
to, for making them available, and it is hope by posting them on the internet
that they may prove to be useful to other researchers. The following
links consist of the actually records, and family histories, the records
are consider to be in the public domain which means there are no copyright
laws that apply to them, so feel free to download or print them and make
use of them. This is not an attempt to tie all of the branches, but
to help, make available family histories, and share information.
Most of the information below pertain to information about the descendants
of Christopher Lambing, who cam to America sometime before 1766.
I believe although I am unable to confirm, that this Christopher Lambing
was born May 17, 1733, in Erfweiler Saarland Germany, right on the border
of Alsace, France and was the son of Christopher Lambing and Anna Catherine
Ackerman, (please click here
to view German Records donated by
Waltraund (Lambeng) Jesel, these
records are in German, except for the letter on the first page)
, however this is an assumption, due to the fact Christopher Lambing's oldest
son Peter, married into a family who live in the same place in Germany before
coming to America, but this is not conclusive, it is still only speculation.
This is a book written by Andrew
Arnold Lambing in 1896, we share a common ancestor Christopher Lambing and
it follows not only Andrew ancestor's, but all of Christopher Lambing children
as much as possible with available records of the time.
JOHN TROXEL LAMBING (1788-1878)
(Son of Peter and Catharine Troxel Lambing)
And his wife Margaret Wolf (1794-1878)
AND THEIR DESCENDANTS:
By Larry L Lambing
The above picture of John Troxel
Lambing, is one of many pictures of this branch of the family, as well as
early letters, written by family members. This family history represents
many hours of research, by several family members, and the hard work and
effort of Larry L Lambing, in putting it together. Many thanks to everyone
The Bucks county Branch of the Lambing (Lampen) family.
This is a record of the descendants
of Michael Lampen (Lambing) son of Christopher Lambing. It would appear
that his descendants knew nothing of Christopher Lambing and even mistakenly
attach themselves to a Simon Lampen, but they are without a doubt the descendants
of Christopher Lambing.
try the above link, to search the Lambing Family Tree in France. This
family tree is the is the result of ongoing research by Bernadette Heringer, of departement de la Moselle, France. Please contact Bernadette Heringer, if you wish to share information on the French family tree.
Robert Franklin Lamping
has a database which goal is to connect all of the families worldwide with
the following surnames Lamping, Lampink, Lampinck, Lambing, Lambin, Langbein,
these familys may or may not be connected, but it his goal to try to connect
them worldwide and he already has a large database connecting many branches
of those families
This is a page that has very useful information concerning
records for, Bucks county, Berks County, Lehigh County, Northampton county,
Pa. As while as other useful information for Pennsylvania research.
Lambing family mailing list.
Please check out our mailing list, where you
can ask questions or post information to the list, where you will get updates
from this web site and where you can email other researchers working on the
families, Lambing and Lamping and other variations of our name. Click Here to send Email.
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Family Genealogy, which are about 60 pages and growing. Please note
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wish to search all genealogical sites on the Internet, please use the search
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