Lambert, Lewis A., was born in Greece, Monroe county, in 1834, and came to Clarendon in 1846, where he has since
lived, with the exception of from 1856 to 1865, which he spent in California. Farming has been his occupation chiefly.
He has been active in the political affairs of his town, having served as collector two years and highway commissioner
for the same length of time. He is a member of the Universalist Church of Clarendon, and member of Holley Lodge.
I. O. O. F.; Orleans Encampment of Albion, and of Murray Lodge, F. A. M. In 1860 he married Emma P., daughter of
Thomas Glidden, of Clarendon. Thomas Glidden was born in 1803 in Vermont, and came to Clarendon, where he died
in 1889. He was a son of Jacob Glidden, who came from Vermont in 1816 and settled in this town. Thomas was a prominent
man in local affairs, was assessor, commissioner of highways. etc., and a prominent Universalist. He married Betsey
Matson, by whom he had these children: Ethan, Smith, Jefferson, Julia M., and Emma.
Landmarks of Orleans County, New York
Edited by: Hon. Isaac C. Signor
Assisted by: H. P. Smith and others
D. Mason & Co., Publishers
Syracuse, N. Y. 1894
Orleans County, NY
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Names C to F
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