Sarah Lambert

(circa 1772 - before 13 September 1836)
     Sarah Lambert was born circa 1772.
     Sarah Lambert married Francis Cocksedge, son of Francis Cocksedge and Ann Osborn, on 11 October 1791 in Pakenham, Suffolk.
     Sarah died before 13 September 1836 in Stowlangtoft, Suffolk. She was buried on 13 September 1836 in Stowlangtoft.

Children of Sarah Lambert and Francis Cocksedge

Sydney Paul Lambert

(circa February 1850 - )
     Sydney Paul Lambert was born circa February 1850 in Southsea, Hampshire. He was the son of William Blake Lambert and Margaret Isabella Paul. Sydney was listed as the son of William Blake Lambert in the 1851 census in Calf Close, Tweedmouth, Northumberland.

Tempest Isabella Lambert

(19 March 1855 - September 1938)
     Tempest Isabella Lambert was christened on 19 March 1855 in Shirley by Southampton, Hampshire. She was the daughter of William Blake Lambert and Margaret Isabella Paul. Tempest and Vera were listed as the children of William Blake Lambert in the 1871 census in 3 Morden Rd, Charlton, Kent.
     The marriage of Tempest Isabella Lambert and Edward Neave Thompson was registered in Christchurch SD, Hampshire, in the June 1878 quarter.
     Tempest Isabella Lambert appeared on the 1881 census in 'Belmont' Ashley Road, Parkstone, Dorset. Tempest Isabella Thompson, head, married, aged 26, born Southampton, Hampshire, Vera Margaret Thompson, sister in law, unmarried, 19, born St Petersburg, Russia, British subject; Edward Blake Thompson aged 1 and Mary Tempest Thompson 6 weeks, son and daughter born Parkstone; Margaret Lambert, aunt, annuitant, unmarried aged 54, born Berwick on Tweed, Helen Margaret Cruise, unmarried 22, born London, visitor and four servants: 2 housemaids, a cook, and a nurse.
     Tempest Isabella Lambert and Edward Neave Thompson appeared on the 1891 census in Flaghill Estate, Peterhof, Parkstone, Dorset. Edward N Thompson, head, 40, living on own means, born Fordingbridge, Hampshire, with his wife Tempest I, 36, born Southampton, and children Mary T 11, Cecily M 10, Paul T L 6, Francis W 5, Arthur P 1/11 months, all born at Parkstone Dorset, Margaret Lambert, visitor, 64, living on own means, born Berwick on Tweed, Northumberland, and 4 servants.
     Tempest Isabella Lambert appeared on the 1901 census in Flat 4, Arundel House, The Drive, Hove, Sussex. Tempest Thompson, head, married, 46, living on own means, born Southampton, Hampshire; with her daughters Mary T 10, and Cecily M, 19, and sons Patrick 10, and Edward G, all born at Parkstone, Dorset, with a cook, housemaid & ladies maid.
     Tempest Isabella Lambert lived at 43 North End House, Fitzjames Ave, Fulham, London, between 1934 and 1938.
     Tempest's death was registered in the quarter ending in September 1938 in Bakewell RD, Derbyshire.

Children of Tempest Isabella Lambert and Edward Neave Thompson

Tempest Margaret Lambert

(29 July 1851 - March 1855)
     Tempest Margaret Lambert was born on 29 July 1851 in Portsea, Hampshire. She was the daughter of William Blake Lambert and Margaret Isabella Paul. Tempest Margaret Lambert was christened on 21 August 1851 in St Mary's, Portsea.
     Tempest's death was registered in the quarter ending in March 1855 in South Stoneham RD, Hampshire.

Vera Margaret Lambert

(circa 1863 - )
     Vera Margaret Lambert was born circa 1863 in Russia. She was the daughter of William Blake Lambert and Margaret Isabella Paul. Tempest and Vera were listed as the children of William Blake Lambert in the 1871 census in 3 Morden Rd, Charlton, Kent. Vera Margaret Lambert was listed as Tempest Isabella Lambert's sister-in-law in the 1881 census in 'Belmont' Ashley Road, Parkstone, Dorset.
     Vera Margaret Lambert married John Andrew Turner before 31 December 1881 in South Stoneham RD, Hampshire.
     Vera Margaret Lambert and Vera M L Turner appeared on the 1901 census in Broxbourne, Hertfordshire. Vera M Turner, widow aged 38, was living on own means, born Russia (British subject) with her daughter Vera M L Turner, aged 18, born Bournemouth, Hampshire and 2 servants.

Child of Vera Margaret Lambert and John Andrew Turner

William Blake Lambert

(16 June 1816 - 18 February 1874)
     William Blake Lambert was born on 16 June 1816 in Berwick Upon Tweed, Northumberland. He was the son of Peter Lambert.
     William Blake Lambert married Margaret Isabella Paul, daughter of George William Paul and Sarah Jane Dalton, on 9 July 1849 in St Nicholas, Brighton, Sussex, England. The Sydney gazette reported on 14 December 1849: Paul, Margaret Isabella, 2nd daughter of the late George Paul & grandaughter of John Paul of Brighton. Married 9 July 1849 to W B Lambert.
     William Blake Lambert and Margaret Isabella Paul were recorded on the 1851 census in Calf Close, Tweedmouth, Northumberland. Wiliam Blake Lambert aged 34, civil engineer, asssistant chief engineer in Portsmouth Dock Yard, born Berwick on Tweed, with his wife Mart Isabella aged 25 born Sydney, NSW and son Sydney Paul Lambert aged 11 months, born Southsea, Hampshire, were visiting Robert Beaton Weatherhead and his family who was a solicitor - their youngest son was called Robert Lambert Weatherhead and the youngest daughter was also 11 months. William Blake Lambert was an executor of Tempest Margaret Hughes's estate on 15 May 1857 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
     William Blake Lambert and Margaret Isabella Paul appeared on the 1871 census in 3 Morden Rd, Charlton, Kent. William B Lambert, head, married, 54, civil engineer, born Berwick on Tweed; his wife Margaret I, aged 45, born Australia; Tempest I, daughter aged 16, born Southampton; Vera M, daughter aged 8, scholar, born Russia with a cook and a housemaid.
     William died on 18 February 1874 in St Petersburg, Russia, aged 57.

Children of William Blake Lambert and Margaret Isabella Paul

Annorah Lambourne

( - January 1406)
     Annorah Lambourne was the daughter of Sir William Lambourne.
     Annorah Lambourne married John Arundell, son of John Arundell.
     Annorah died in January 1406.

Sir William Lambourne

     Joan Luscote married secondly Sir William Lambourne before 23 July 1394. Sir William's first marriage was to Joan, daughter and heiress of Ralph Soor of Toverne & Joan Lansladron. Their daughter was Annorah Lambourne who married the next Sir John Arundell (V).

Child of Sir William Lambourne

Lena May Margaret Lamrock

(14 August 1899 - 27 April 1988)
     Lena May Margaret Lamrock was born on 14 August 1899. She was the daughter of James Lamrock & Margaret Adeline Campbell..
     Lena May Margaret Lamrock married John Jeremy, son of John Jeremy and Kate Ella Hooper, on 8 November 1927 in St M ark's, Darling Point, New South Wales.
     Lena May Margaret Lamrock and John Jeremy lived at 7 Darling Point Rd, Edgecliff, New South Wales, 1936.
     Lena May Margaret Lamrock lived at 12 Northcote Cres, Deakin, ACT.
     Lena died on 27 April 1988 in Canberra, ACT, aged 88.

Isabella Lamsdill

     Isabella Lamsdill married William Copperwheat, son of Robert Copperwheat and Martha Butler, on 30 April 1804 in St Dunstan, Stepney, Middlesex. Banns of marriage between William Copperwheite & Isabella Lamsdill were published April 8, 15 & 22 1804. William Copperweite of this parish and hamlet of MEOT, bachelor and Isabella Lamsdill of this parish and same hamlet, spinster were married in this church by banns this thirtieth day of April 1804 ... both signed (with a cross) in the presence of William Featherstone & Mary Lamsdill.
     Isabella Copperwheat and her 2 daughters (Matilda aged 6 years and upwards and mary Amelia aged about months were ordered to be removed from St Leonard Shoreditch to Essendon. [Hertfordshire CC ref: D/P37/13/2].

Children of Isabella Lamsdill and William Copperwheat

Hawise de Lancaster

     Hawise de Lancaster married Piers de Brus, son of Piers Brus.

Child of Hawise de Lancaster and Piers de Brus

William Lancaster

     William Lancaster married Margaret Bullett, daughter of Unknown Bullett, in 1721 in Mellis, Suffolk.

Ann Lane

     Ann Lane married Frederick Hunn, son of Frederick Hunn unlinked as yet and Mary Ann White, on 16 September 1838 in St Thomas, Portsea, Hampshire.
     Ann Lane and Frederick Hunn appeared on the 1841 census in Portsea, Hampshire. Frederick Hunn, 26, blacksmith, Ann 22, Eliza 5, Frederick 1, all born in the county.

Ann Lane

(circa 1700? - )
     Ann Lane was born circa 1700?.
     Ann Lane married George Stanser, son of Gervas Stanser and Isabel Unknown (Stanser), on 24 May 1721 in St Peter & St Paul, North Wheatley, Nottinghamshire. Georgius Stancer & Anna Lane.

Children of Ann Lane and George Stanser

Ann Lane

(say 1790 - )
     Ann Lane was born say 1790.
Marriage banns for Ann Lane and Samuel Keen were published on 12 January 1812 in Adlestrop. Samuel Keen of Chipping Norton (Oxon) & Ann Lane of this parish Wintessed by Daniel Smith & Elizabeth Lane.
     Ann Lane married Samuel Keen on 8 February 1812.

Hilda Lane

(circa 1885 - 13 February 1948)
     Hilda Lane was born circa 1885. She was the daughter of David Lane and aged 29 at her marriage..
     Hilda was a noted singer - a mezzo soprano. They performed together.
     Hilda Lane married Reginald Robert John Dempster, son of Robert William George Dempster and Lydia May Ward, on 7 July 1914 in St Matthew's, Marryatville (Kensington), South Australia.
     Hilda died on 13 February 1948 in Adelaide, South Australia.

Children of Hilda Lane and Reginald Robert John Dempster

Mary Lane

(before March 1788 - )
     Mary Lane was born before March 1788 in Brent, Devon.
     Mary Lane married Nicholas Reeby, son of Nicholas Wakeham Reeby and Mary Lane, circa 2 April 1813 in Ermington, Devon.
     Mary Lane and Nicholas Reeby were recorded on the 1851 census in Western Lodge?, Holbeton, Devon. Nicholas Reeby, head, 67, ag. lab., born Holbeton, Mary his wife aged 63, born Brent, Devon, sons Nicholas 37, unmarried, ag. lab., John 27, ditto, Jane daughter, 29, unmarried, house servant, all born Ermington; Elizabeth Ann Reeby, grand daughter, 3, pauper, born Plymouth.

Children of Mary Lane and Nicholas Reeby

Mary Lane

     Mary Lane married Nicholas Wakeham Reeby circa 4 June 1781 in Ermington, Devon. His family name was somtimes transcribed as Ruby. They may have had a common origin.

Children of Mary Lane and Nicholas Wakeham Reeby

Elizabeth Lang

(circa 1730? - 1789)
     Elizabeth Lang was born circa 1730?.
     Elizabeth Lang married John Ruby, son of Richard Ruby and Mary Curson, on 15 January 1756 in Okehampton, Devon.
     Elizabeth died in 1789 in Okehampton, Devon.

Children of Elizabeth Lang and John Ruby

Mary Langdale

(say 1640 - )
     Mary Langdale was born say 1640 in Lanthrop, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Philip Langdale, of Lanthrop, Yks.
     Mary Langdale married John Ryther, son of John Ryther and Ursula Dolman, circa 1658?. Mary Langdale was confirmed as a Roman Catholic in 1687 in Hazlewood or Hazelwood, Yorkshire. Her family were Roman Catholic; a Dorothy Langdale was confirmed with the Rythers at Hazelwood in 1687.

Children of Mary Langdale and John Ryther

Elizabeth Barrow Langdon

(circa 1821 - )
     Elizabeth Barrow Langdon was born circa 1821 in Whitechapel, London, England.
     Elizabeth Barrow Langdon married Richard Grimwade, son of William Grimwade and Elizabeth Sheppard, circa 1846.
     Elizabeth Barrow Langdon and Richard Grimwade were recorded on the 1851 census in Ipswich, Suffolk. Richard, a draper aged 35, had a wife Eliza born c.1821/2 at Whitechapel (aged 29), and children Charlotte born c.1846, John Henry born c.1848 & Charles born about 1850.

Children of Elizabeth Barrow Langdon and Richard Grimwade

Charles Langley

(circa 1865 - )
     Charles Langley was born circa 1865 in Worcester.
     Sarah Griffin married secondly Charles Langley between January 1888 and March 1888 in Worcester.
     Charles Langley and Sarah Griffin appeared on the 1891 census in New Punch Bowl Inn, 8 Lich St, Worcester, Worcestershire. Charles Langley, 29, licenced victualler, born Worcester, with his wife Sarah 36, born Droitwich, Worcs, and stepchildren Nellie F Martin 15 born Plumstead; Percy D/O Martin 9, scholar, born Plumstead; Mable F Martin 7, scholar, born Worcester.

Edith Violet Langley

(circa 1898 - 1966)
     Edith Violet Langley was born circa 1898.
     Edith Violet Langley married Donald Thompson MacKenzie, son of Thomas MacKenzie and Elizabeth Ann Thomas, in 1927 in Victoria.
     Edith died in 1966 in Bendigo, Victoria.

Frances Jane Langley

     Frances Jane Langley married Rev Robert Handcock as his second wife, on 7 July 1840. She was the daughter of Hmphre Langley of Wellington, Somerset.

Caroline Frances Langstaff

(14 October 1846 - 1928)
     Caroline Frances Langstaff was christened on 14 October 1846 in St James, Hatcham, Lewisham, Kent, England. She was the daughter of Francis George Langstaff and Caroline Frances Louisa Unknown.
     Caroline Frances Langstaff arrived in 1854 at Australia.
     Caroline Frances Langstaff married William Augustus Hungerford, son of Robert Richard Hungerford and Ellen Winder, on 16 January 1872 in Maitland, New South Wales, Australia. HUNGERFORD—LANGSTAFF—January 16, at St. Mary's, West Maitland, by the Rev. R. Chapman, W. A. Hungerford, of Barry, to Caroline Frances, eldest daughter of the late Francis Langstaff, surgeon.
     Caroline died in 1928 in Waverley district, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

Children of Caroline Frances Langstaff and William Augustus Hungerford

Francis George Langstaff

(circa 1810 - 1863?)
     Francis George Langstaff was born circa 1810 in London, Cripplegate, England.
     Francis George Langstaff appeared on the 1841 census in Cripplegate, London. He is probably the Franciis Langstaff, aged 30 living with his father George, surgeon, aged 60 and Julia aged 30.
     Francis George Langstaff married Caroline Frances Louisa Unknown before 1846.
     Francis George Langstaff and Caroline Frances Louisa Unknown were recorded on the 1851 census in East India Company Depot, Little Warley, Rochester, Essex. Francis Langstaff, 40, apothecary, born Cripplegate; his wife Caroline F L Langstaff     35, born St Giles Cripplegate; children Caroline F Langstaff, 4, born Deptford, Kent; Francis G Langstaff, 13 months, born Greenwich, Kent.
     He was a doctor and at one time, Medical Superintendant at Callan Park Asylum.
     Francis died in 1863? In Parramatta, New South Wales. He is probably the Francis Langstaff, who died in 1863, aged 53, son of George & Unknown Campbell. His descendant stated that he died when his daughter was a small child.

Children of Francis George Langstaff and Caroline Frances Louisa Unknown

Francis George Langstaff

(24 February 1850 - 1886)
     Francis George Langstaff was christened on 24 February 1850 in St Alphage, Greenwich, Kent, England. He was the son of Francis George Langstaff and Caroline Frances Louisa Unknown.
     Francis died in 1886 in Manly, New South Wales.

Harriet J Langstaff

(1854 - )
     Harriet J Langstaff was born in 1854 in New South Wales, Australia. She was the daughter of Francis George Langstaff and Caroline Frances Louisa Unknown.

Elizabeth Langton

     Elizabeth Langton married Henry Vavasour (of Haselwood), son of Sir Henry Vavasour Kt and Effame or Ann Skipwith. Elizabeth Langton was born. She was the daughter of Sir John Langton of Hodelston in Yorkshire by Susanna Aske.

Child of Elizabeth Langton and Henry Vavasour (of Haselwood)

Alice de Lanherne

( - between 1302 and 1311)
     Alice de Lanherne was born. She was the only daughter & heiress of John Lanherne and Margery Pincerna.
     Alice de Lanherne married Remfrey Arundell, son of Ralph Arundell, between 1256 and 1258. He married between 1265 & 1268 Alice de Lanhern the heiress to Connerton manor, the Hundred of Penwith, Lanherne manor, land in St Columb Major and, in Devon, the manors of Morchard Arundell and Uton Arundell. Alice de Lanherne was widowed between 1278 and 1280 on the death of her husband Remfrey Arundell.
     (St Dunstan, 13 Edw [I]); at Lahern. Grant of wardship of lands during minority
Alice de Arundell who was wife of Remfrey de Arundell, widow = (1)
Master Odo de Arundell = (2)
(1), in her widowhood, to (2), all right that she has after the death of Lady Eve de Arundell who was wife of Lord Ralph de Arundell, in the manor of Trembleyd, in the new mill in the land of Trerofel (in novo molend' sito in terra de Tre an unknown person ofel), and in 1 acre of land in the vill of Penros, together with all appurtenances of that manor except for the manor of Tredreysec, [all] belonging to her by reason of the custody of John de Arundell, son and heir of Remfrey; for (2) to hold until the full age of John; if he does not attain full age (quod absit), then (2) shall hold them until the full age of John's successor. When the heir attains full age, then (2) is bound to give him the lands. Warranty.
Sir Oliver de Arundell, Sir Laurence de Dinesel, and Sir Robert le Flamang, knights, Laurence de Arundell, Richard le Flamang, Stephen de Trenewed, John de Tregod, Portell (Portello) de Treueben, Nicholas de Trenewed.
[16th century?] "Alicia de Arundell". [17th century?] "Deed sans date -- Alice de Arundel wife of Remphry d'Arundel grants custody of John son & heir of said Remphry to Odo de Arundel."
manor of Trembleyd [= Trembleath, in St Ervan]
Novum mo lendinum (in Trerofel) [= Millingworth, in St Ervan; tenement of Trembleath manor]
Penros [= Penrose, in St Ervan; tenement of Trembleath manor] manor of Tredreysec [= Tredrizzick, in St Minver: see AR/2/1341] Portellus de Treueben [in Little Petherick]
Cf. AR/3/27 and AR/4/179 (same people, same year).
Lady Eve de Arundell was still alive later in 1285: AR/3/27 and AR/4/179.
Portell de Treveben occurs also in AR/4/179 (also 1285)
.
     Alice de Lanherne married John de Umfraville in 1285/86. Alice remarried in 1285-6 to John de Umfraville and consequently Alice's inheritance did not revert to the Arundells until after her death, in 1302 x 1311, and that of her second husband, in 1311 x 1322.
     Alice died between 1302 and 1311.

Child of Alice de Lanherne and Remfrey Arundell