Elizabeth Lambert

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Elizabeth Lambert, daughter of Charles Lambert and Catherine (…), was born at Virginia, say 1750.1 She died at Lincoln Co., Kentucky, after 1830, when she appeared in the census that year.2,3

Elizabeth married John Epperson at Virginia, about 1771.4

Family

John Epperson b. abt. 1745, d. 6 Oct 1817
Children
  • William Epperson5,4 b. 27 Dec 1772, d. 1852
  • Charles Epperson+5,4 b. 15 May 1777, d. 25 Dec 1844
  • David Epperson5,4 b. 1781, d. bef. 1833
  • Sally Epperson4 b. say 1785
  • Samuel Epperson4 b. abt. 1786, d. bt 1811 - 1817
  • Lambert Epperson4 b. abt. 1787
  • Jesse Epperson5,4 b. abt. 1791, d. 1872
  • John Epperson4 b. say 1793
  • George L. Epperson5,4 b. say 1795, d. aft. 1820
This person was last edited on21 Jan 2020

Citations

  1. [S1330] Estimated from approximate date of marriage based on birth of first child (1772).
  2. [S1064] Robert E. Turman and Bettie Anne Cummings Cook, Genealogy Newspaper Columns of Robert E. Turman: Early family histories from Gibson, Harrison, Knox, Montgomery, Perry, Pike, Posey, Sullivan, Washington, Vanderburgh and Surrounding Counties in Indiana, and Including Illinois, Kentucky, and Tennessee and Paths of Migration to These General Areas (Evansville, Indiana: Tri-State Genealogical Society, 1981), 336, further cited as Turman and Cook, Genealogy Newspaper Columns of Robert E. Turman.
  3. [S1145] United States Census for 1830, Fifth Census of the United States, Lincoln Co., Kentucky, 342, sheet in a household with one female, age 80-90, and with two slaves, Elizabeth Epperson Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com), digital images by subscription (Provo, Utah: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005); original data: National Archives and Records Administration micropublication 201, roll 38.
  4. [S1064] Turman and Cook, Genealogy Newspaper Columns of Robert E. Turman, 335-6.
  5. [S1072] Lincoln County, Kentucky, Probate records, 1781-1959; index, 1781-1865, 1889-1924, 1781-1924, G:164-166, FHL microfilm 192229, further cited as Lincoln Co., KY Probate.