John J. Lamb

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Willlamb

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My name William John Lamb and just by chance I see that there was a JJ Lamb on the Titanic when it sank.His body was never recovered. I wonder if he came from Belfast??Any news would be very helpful
 
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Alma

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I have a John Joseph Lamb in my tree.  He was born the same year but he died in the first world war.  John Joseph seems to have been a family name.  I wonder if his ancestors came from Durham.
 
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HLLAMB

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I have a John Lamb in my Family tree, but He was Born in 1801 in Emmanuel County Georgia. We had no Family on the Ttanic....I've been trying to find out where the First Lamb Settlers originally came from..can anyone help?
 
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Debbie (3263)

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John J. Lamb was my grandfather, Clarence Kirby's uncle. My grandfather came to the U.S. as a 3 year old and settled in Pennsylvania and then New York. So interesting to see his Uncle's name!
 
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sheila gallagher

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John lamb was my mums second cousin . R.I.P. My mother was related the lambs/Quinn’s from glen cree , Wicklow .
 
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