The Lambert Data Base

We start with a Warning !

This page was constructed primarily as a starting point to assist other Lamberts, who are researching their branch of the family's history. The accuracy of the information contained in here, is of course always questionable, as much has come from sources that cannot always be validated. Therefore, please accept it for what it is and use it for a bases of your own research.

I am a happy for hear from you if you find something useful, or can add something to the Lambert, Dunn, Peacock, Sampson, Warwick and Weston lines which (when time allows) I am researching.

HOWEVER Please consider this: I get at least one email a week saying "I have found the name 'Smith'" (or similar) "in your database, I had a Great Uncle who 'I think' was called 'something' Smith is it the same one?" Now if you still don't get the point please consider this:-

  1. A man has five sons in the year 900.
  2. They also have five sons, who have five sons, who in turn have five son.
  3. By now we have reached the year 1010.
  4. How many lines are their to research do you think?

The answer is an incredible 625 families, in just 110 years and that's on the male side alone! Now does anyone want to work out how many hundreds of thousands Lamberts there must be by today just a thousand years later? I am afraid it is up to you to research your own information, gather dates of births, deaths and locations. What websites like this offer, is a chance to submit information you have researched, that may save others from searching for it. They are not paid research sites that will investigate things for you. I hope you understand?

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