An American Family History

Lamb Family

Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania was established on September 20, 1787 as a large region of Central Pennsylvania. It was previously part of Bedford County and the earlier Cumberland Region.

James Lamb was born on November 16, 1746. His father was Samuel Lamb.

His wife was named Ann.

Ann and James' children may have included:

James Lamb (1766, married Jane Hamilton and Rebecca Ross), and
Margaret Lamb (1775, married James Long).

There was a Sergeant James Lamb in the 1st Pennsylvania Regiment.

James died on May 31, 1824 near Lancaster, Fairfield County, Ohio. He was buried at the Turkey Run Cemetery.

After his death, Ann married Joseph Hilliards.





from Samuel Lamb of Pennsylvania by Allen J. Lamb

James Lamb (1746-1824) James Lamb was born 16 November 1746 and died 31 May 1824 near Lancaster, Fairfield County, Ohio. He was buried at the Turkey Run Cemetery, Baptist Churchyard. He married Ann and they had 10 children.

Ann Lamb married a second time Joseph Hilliards (98). Possibly James Lamb managed the 156 acres in Tyrone township [Perry County, Pennsylvania] which his father Samuel, Sr. had purchased in 1766 from Jonas Bedford. The land was on Shermans Creek...

James and Ann Lamb had ten children. We know the name of only one daughter, Margaret, who was born 9 October 1775, and married James Long and then Joseph Hilliards.






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