|Death: ||May 30, 1901|
Tomah Journal, June 7 1901
OBITUARY - WARRENS
Lewis Lamb, an old soldier who lived near Rudd's died last Thursday of diseases contracted in the army. Mr. Lamb was about 67 years old and leaves a wife, 10 children, 5 brothers and three sisters to mourn his loss. Comrade Lamb enlisted in Dec. 1861, in the 10th Wisconsin Battery, was afterwards transferred to the 8th Wisconsin Light Artillery, and from this service was discharged for general disabilities. He re-enlisted in the 43rd Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry and was discharged June 24th, 1865. Mr. Lamb was born in Columbia County, Wisconsin and was an early settler in Monroe County. The funeral services were held at the Kirby school house and the remains were laid away in what is known as the Smith cemetery. Lewis Premo, of Warrens, had charge of the service and Rev. Josiah Phillips of Warrens officiated.
Lewis was married 3 times.
1) Sarah A. Edgerton
Born May 3, 1846 - November 13, 1910
They were divorced.
2) Mary Carolyn Peters
Born about 1846 - Died 1884
Estella was a daughter of this union.
3) Catherine Lapp
Born May 1856 - Died February 28, 1933
Hannibal Alex Lamb (1806 - 1882)
Melinda Enches Lamb (1816 - 1864)
Estella Belle Lamb Vroman (1875 - 1944)*
Frank Lorenzo Lamb (1880 - 1941)*
Lewis Alexander Lamb (1833 - 1901)
Ambrosia Lamb Walrod (1833 - 1897)*
Stephen Greenleaf Lamb (1854 - 1907)*
Lincoln Township Cemetery
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Originally Created by: James Seidelman
Record added: Apr 01, 2008
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