|Birth: ||Apr. 19, 1925|
|Death: ||Oct. 12, 2003|
The daughter of Elizabeth Lantz and Kenneth Lambert, Elizabeth was proud of her family history and full of patriotism. She tried to enlist in the American military to help with the war effort during WWII, but she was rejected for being too young. Instead of waiting until she turned 18, she joined the Canadian Army in 1942.
After completing her service she returned to Plymouth Massachusetts. It wasn't long after that, that she met her husband Louis Iandoli. They married and had many children together; Brian, Elizabeth, Kevin, Marcia, Patricia, Steven, Timothy, Michael and Alan. Unfortunately, it was not meant to be and they divorced in 1969, although neither ever remarried.
Elizabeth had many passions in life, one being writing song lyrics and poetry. And another was her love of Massachusetts colonial history. She was an amateur genealogist and could trace her family line back to the Pilgrim Thomas Rogers. She was very proud of her Mayflower heritage and worked at the Howland House; a Pilgrim museum in Plymouth.
Elizabeth passed peacefully in her home and leaves us with the legacy of her thorough genealogical research. She is loved and missed.
Created by: Laura
Record added: Jan 31, 2008
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