Lamb, Calvin Augustus, son of Wilson Hayward and Lucinda (Gardner) Lamb, was born in Cazenovia, May 30, 1845.
His grandfather, Dyer Lamb, was a native of Connecticut and became one of the earliest settlers of this region.
He located on " Lamb Hill " and became a large and successful farmer, finally removing to the village,
where he died respected by all who had known him. Wilson H. Lamb, his only son, and a representative farmer of
the town of Cazenovia for many years, died in June, 1892. His only son is the subject of this notice. Calvin A.
Lamb was educated in the schools of New Woodstock village and succeeded his father on the home farm. He now owns
200 acres of land and is chiefly occupied in dairy farming. In politics he is a Republican, and although widely
and favorably known throughout this vicinity, has never sought nor held public office. Mr. Lamb has been twice
married, first to Ellen Webber, daughter of Winthrop Webber of Cazenovia, and second to Maud Wilber, daughter of
Samuel Wilber of Fenner. They have one son, Fordyce Wilson Lamb.
Our County and it's people
A Descriptive and Biographical Record of
Madison County, New York
Edited by: John E. Smith
The Boston History Co., Publishers 1890
Madison County, NY
Names A and B
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