search for Benjamin Holden/Anna Lambert/Jemina Holden
Marriage 2 Anna\Mary Ann LAMBERT b: in Harrison Co., Virginia
Married: 27 JUN 1802 in Harrison Co., Virginia
Note: Per Charlotte Fleming--Harrison Co., WV Marriages 1785-1894, pg. 14, by Wes Cochran. Information on this marriage also furnished by Roscoe C. Keeney, Jr., Historian, Baptist Church, Charleston, WV, that indicated marriage performed by George Towers.
Pearson Benjamin HOLDEN b: 22 DEC 1802 in Claksburg, Harrison Co., Virginia
Thomas S. HOLDEN b: 15 JAN 1804 in Harrison Co., Virginia
Jemina HOLDEN b: ABT. 1806 in Harrison Co., Virginia
Information from Jane Hunter Hodgson internet cousin 2c1r
She e-mailed information on this line...
No marriage record for a Benjamin and Margaret.
Death record for Anna Lambert.....Center Branch Baptist Church Book: .Anna Holden 30 Nov 1829
Death record for Margaret....April 2000....We now have identified Margaret and have her information listed under her name.
Estimated her birth age from birth of 1st child in 1802...Pearson B. Holden.
To: Charles Johnson
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Subject: Anna Lambert Holden's Death Date
I found the death of "Anna Holden" in the handwritten church book of the Baptist Church Named Centrebranch. I have copied over 100 pages from the book and included are the death dates for both Anna and Benjamin.
Anna Holden 30 Nov 1829
Benjamin Holden 5 Mar 1832
Jane Hunter Hodgson
From Jane Hodgson:
Wed, 29 Sep 1999 02:21:40 -0700
To: Charles Johnson , WHolden306@aol.com
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Subject: Thomas Lambert, possible ancestor, my own research
1630 Abt Born in Hansworth, Yorkshire, England or 1630 Jan 18 in York,
Yorkshire, England to Ambrose Lambert & Margaret Bell
Member of the Society of Friends
Married Ellen Stacey of Hansworth, Yorkshire, England
Immigrated to America because of Quaker religion
1671 Oct 24 Thomas born
1673 Aug 4 John born
1674 Thomas Lamberts living on the present Pearl Street between Whitehall and State Streets, then known as Pearl Street when New Netherland ceded to the English
1675 Apr 17 James born
1676 Mar 3 Witnessed an instrument as a proprietor and freeholder of West New Jersey
1676 Nov 4 Samuel born
1677-8 Jan 29. Do. Mahlon Stacy of Handsworth, Co. of York, tanner, to Thomas LAMBERT of Handsworth Woodhouse, same Co., tanner for 1-12 of a share. 311 Liber B
1670 Aug 5 Elizabeth born
1676 Mar 3 Witness to instrument of West Jersey
1676 Nov 4 Hannah born1677-8 Jan. 29. Do. Mahlon Stacy of Handsworth, Co.of York, tanner to Thomas Lambert of Handsworth Woodhouse, same Co.,tanner, for 1-12 of a share.
1680 Freeholders and inhabitants within the court at Burlington Thomas and John Lambert and served as jurors
1679-80 March 12. Do. Robert Stacy of Mattinicunck Island, W.J., tanner, to Thomas Lambert of Nottingham near the Falls of Delaware, for one half of I-6 of a share
1681 Feb 2 Mary born
1681 8th m. (Oct) Do. Do. For Thomas LAMBERT, of a lot in Burlington, 112 of a share, on the creek on the Eastside of the island, between Seth Hill, Nathl Pope and the street. 127 Liber A
1681-2 Jan. 2-3. Do. Do. Thomas Ollive and Daniel Wills by and with the consent of Robert Stacy, Thomas Budd, Samuel Jennings, Thomas LAMBERT and Mahlon Stacy, to Henry Jacobs, for 200 acres on the Southside of
Rankokus Creek, in the London or Second Tenth, bounded as in the record of the survey thereof in Liber A, p. 17. Consideration: his services as interpretor. Liber B
1682 April 27-28. Do. Do. Mahlon Stacy and Thomas LAMBERT, by virtue of a power of attorney from the General Assembly, to Daniel Leeds, for 100 acres in the First Tenth, next to Eleazer Fenton, being part of 200 a.
surveyed to said Leeds (Liber A, p. 36). Liber B
1683-4 12th m. (Feb.). Do. Do. For Thomas LAMBERT, of 400 a. in the First Tenth, on Doctor's Creek, along a run and the line of the Indian purchase. 55 Liber A Liber A. 1683 Do. Do. For Mahlon Stacy, Joshua Wright, Jno
LAMBERT, Thomas LAMBERT and William Emley, of 2,000 a. above the mouth of Assunpinck Creek, between Peter ffretwell and George Hutcheson along said creek and on Dellaware R. 76
1685 Sep 11 Ruth born
1686 May 23-24. Mem. Of Deed. Jonathan Eldridge of Hopewell, W. J. cordwainer, to Thomas LAMBERT of Nottingham, W.J., tanner, for a house and lot of 1 rood 4 perches in Burlington and 30 acres in said township
1687 Jan 10 Oliver born
1689 4th m. (June). Do. Do. for Thomas LAMBERT, of 400 a. on the Southside of Assunpinck River. 88 Liber A
1689 Mar 1 Trustee for will and Anne Pharoe and Elizabeth Lambert witnessed
1689 Inventoried estate of Thomas Hutchison
1690 Nov 4 Witness to will of Anne Pharoe
1691 Sept. 8. Deed. Robert Stacy of Philadelphia, tanner, to Thomas Lambert of Nottingham, tanner, for one acre in Burlington, first sold by Francis Beswick as part of his townlot to Daniel Gardner Jan. 20, 1681-2, and
then by said Gardner to present grantor March 20, 1682-3.
1693 Will, mentioned wife Elizabeth (when married ?)
1693 Feb 20 Administration of John Hooten reversed (formerly granted to Thomas Lambert)
1693 2d d. 4th m. (June). Articles of agreement. Thomas LAMBERT, as administrator of John Hooton of W.J. dec'd, and attorney for Thomas HOOTON of Helpingram, England, with Elizabeth Hooton, Thomas Hilbourne, and wife Elizabeth, guarians of Samuel Hooton (supra, p. 324), that they shall stand seized of 1/12 of a share of the Province with the mansion house &tc., while they renounce all claims to John Hooton's personal estate. Liber
1693 Dec 8 Will proved for Thomas Lambert
1692-3 Feb. 20. Hooton, John. Letters of administration on the estate of, formerly granted to Thomas Lambert in behalf of his wife, confirmed, notwithstanding application of Richard and Thomas Hilbourne on behalf of
Samuel Hooton for it, based on th order of Gov. Hamilton making Elizabeth, the wife of said Samuel, Thos. Hilbourne and wife Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel, his guardians during his lunacy (N. J. Arch. Vol. XXI, p. 193).
John White, attorney for Thos. Lambert, submits the affidavit of John Snoden, to whom John Hooton had said, shortly before his death, he did not intend his brother Samuel should have his plantation, while William
Black and John Birch attest that deceased had expressed his intention that John, the son of his brother Thomas Lambert, should have it. Burlington Records P. 18
Descendants of Thomas LAMBERT
Generation No. 1
1. THOMAS2 LAMBERT (LAMBERT1) was born in Hansworth, Yorkshire, England, and died 1694 in Nottingham, Burlington County, New Jersey. He married
ELIZABETH. He married (2) ELLEN STACY, daughter of MAHLON STACY.
was born in Hansworth, Yorkshire, England.
Children of THOMAS LAMBERT and ELLEN STACY are:
i. ELIZABETH3 LAMBERT, b. 05 August 1670; m. (1) JOSHUA WRIGHT; m. (2)
ii. THOMAS LAMBERT, b. 24 October 1671; d. 1732, Nottingham,
County, New Jersey; m. (1) MARGARET SCOTT, 07 January 1694/95,
Monthly Meeting, New Jersey; m. (2) ANNE WOOD, Abt. 1705, Nottingham,
Burlington County, New Jersey.
iii. JOHN LAMBERT, b. 04 August 1673; d. Nottingham, Burlington
iv. JAMES LAMBERT, b. 17 April 1675; d. 1698.
v. HANNAH LAMBERT, b. 04 November 1676; m. JOHN SCOTT, 07 March
Chesterfield Monthly Meeting, New Jersey; d. 1702, Wellingborough,
Burlington County, New Jersey.
vi. SAMUEL LAMBERT, b. 12 August 1679.
vii. MARY LAMBERT, b. 02 February 1680/81; m. WILLIAM EMLEY.
viii. RUTH LAMBERT, b. 11 September 1685; m. THOMAS ADAMS, 06 October
1711, Chesterfield Monthly Meeting, New Jersey.
ix. OLIVER LAMBERT, b. 10 January 1686/87; d. Bef. 1698.
x. BENJAMIN LAMBERT.
GENEALOGY OF EARLY SETTLERS IN TRENTON AND EWING, OLD HUNTERDON COUNTY,
by Eli F. Cooley
Lambertville, NJ: Hunterdon House, 1883
Note. Thomas Lambert, of Hansworth, Yorkshire, England, a sensible and
thy man of large fortune, and a member of the society of Friends,
emigrated to this
country on account of his religion. He settled at Lamberton, so called
a part of Trenton. He married, first, Ellen, daughter of Mahlon Stacey,
place, England, afterward of Trenton. His children were Thomas; John;
Samuel; Elizabeth, married Mr. Biles, had children, Samuel, Thomas, and
Hannah, married Mr. Hodge, and lived in Philadelphia; Mary; Ruth,
Adams; and Pliny. He mentioned in his will, dated 1693, his wife
he had, at least, two wives.
Thomas (2), son of Thomas (1), styled yeoman and merchant, who died
will, had four wives. By the first, he had one child, Elizabeth, wife
by whom she had: Thomas, who married and had one child, Thomas, died
Margaret, wife of Daniel Biles; she had sons: Thomas, a captain in the
Robert. By his second wife, Anna Kimble, he had: Hannah, married Col
Cadwalader; Achsah, died unmarried, aged 73; and Margaret, died
1746. One of Mr. Lambert's wives was named Mary, another Margaret, and
viving wife, mentioned in his will, was Anne, by whom he had no
Anne, was a daughter of Thomas Wood.
HISTORY OF BURLINGTON AND MERCER COUNTIES, NEW JERSEY
Major E.M. Woodward & John F. Hageman 1883
This instrument was witnessed and signed by the following proprietors,
freeholders and inhabitants of West New Jersey, March 3, 1676
HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL MISCELLANY
Volume II Burlington Court Records
The Proceeding of Cort at Burl___
The Names of all ye ffreeholdrs & Inhabitants within of ye Cort at
who are to doe their Sute & se___
The Jurors names
p 2 
At the Cort at Burlington Aug 3d
Among others John Lambert Tho. Lambert
p 15 Nov 4th 1690
Anne Pharoe Relict of James Pharoe & Executrix of his last will proved
will...And ye Inventory & gave bond... And... had Lre of Admitracone
granted by Mahlon Stacy, Thomas Lambert & Daniel Wills, Justices
Richard & Tho Hilbourne on ye behalfe of Samll Hooten, made application
have Admistracon of ye Estate of John Hooton, deced, And to have an
admistracon formerly granted to THomas Lambert in behalfe of his wife
reversed before ye Cort held Febr 20th 1692-3.
Whereupon The order from Govrnor Hamilton made to Elizabeth (ye wife of
samll Hooten) to ye sd Tho. Hilbourne & Elizabeth, his wife (daughter
Samll Hooton) to be joynt Guardians to said Samll Hooten in relation to
owne Estate & what is his owne pperty & not to adminster upon that
pperly belongs to him & others joyntly.
Richard Hartshorne haveing thereupon pleaded on ye behalfe...for
Admiftracon to be granted to ye sd Guardians for sd Samll Hooton. And
Lambert by Jno White his Attorney clayming ye Confirmation of his
Admistratorship on ye behalfe of his Sd wife (who is in equall degree
blood with Sd Samll Hooton to ye sd Intestate (Jno Hooten)
The Court Conclude That they can find noe reason why ye Admiftracon
be taken from sd Tho. Lambert (ye first Admiftrator); therefore they
ye continuance thereof to him (ye fd Thomas Lambert in behalfe of his
fee further three Attestations after taken before Edward Hunlohl, Tho.
Revell & other Justices
p 19 1692-3
John Snoden Attested febr 21th 1692-3
Deposeth that when John Hooten, aforesd, Lay sick of ye sickness
hee dyed, Hee (this depont) sd to ye said John Hooten, "Cozen John, If
should dye of this sickness, will not yr Brother Samll be Heire to this
Plantation To which ye said John Hooton replyed "I never intend hee
And further saith not.
To which ye depont then subscribed his name John Snowden
William Black alsoe then attested Deposeth that John Hooten, aforesd
long before hee fell sick, sd to this depont (in discourse) hee
[to give] John, (ye fonne of his brother, Tho. Lambert), ye Plantation
whereon hee, ye sd John Hooton, lived: And further saith not: To which
depont then subscribed his hand
William Black by his marke
Joseph Birch alsoe then Attested, Deposeth that John Hooton, aforesd
or three dayes before hee dyed) said to this depnt That hee the sd John
Hooten, intended to give ye Plantation whereon hee then lived to John,
sonne of his brother Thomas Lambert) And further saith not To which ye
depont then subscribed his hand.
Joseph Birch, by his mark
p 22 Decembr 8th [no year] Thomas Lambert of Nottingham, in ye County
Burlington (ye Surviveing Execr of Thomas Lambert, his late father
then proved ye Last will... and also ... proved ye Inventory...and also
gave in bond & there upon as Execr had admistracon to him granted of ye
same Estate & tooke coppies of sd will & Inventory which originall will
inventory and also ye bond are in ye office. ye probate made &
granted by Nathanll Westland & Tho. Revell, Justices & also before Tho.
Revell, as Secry & Regr.
Aug 8th 1696
Ffrancis Davenport, Thomas Lambert & Willm Emley (as Execr), then
last will...of John Lambert, late of Nottingham, deceased, and also
then...proved...Inventory...And...gave bond...PRobate made &
granted p Mahlon Stacy & Peter ffretwell, Justices, & Tho. Revell,
Regr Will, Invent & bond are in ye office.
EARLY CHURCH RECORDS OF BURLINGTON COUNTY, NEW JERSEY
VOLUME 1 by Charlotte D. Meldrum
BIRTHS AND DEATHS OF BURLINGTON MONTHLY MEETING
Child of Thomas and Elizabeth Lambert of the Falls; Samuel Lambert, b.
da, 8th mo, 1679; Mary Lambert, b 2nd da, 2nd mo, 1681.
NEW JERSEY ARCHIVES FIRST SERIES VOLUME I
IN Testimony and Witness of our consent to and affirmation of these
Laws, Concessions and Agreements, We the Proprietors, Freeholders, and
Inhabitants of the said Province of West New-Jersey, whose Names are
written, have to the same voluntarily and freely set our Hands, dated
third Day of the Month commonly called March, in the Year of our Lord
Thousand six Hundred and Seventy six.
William Gill Johnson
Obligation of West Jersey Authorities
Know ALL MEN by These presents That wee John Skein Deputy Governor of
Jersey, Samuel Jennings, Thomas Olive, George Hutchinson, Mahlon Stacy,
Lambert and Joseph Pope, All Proprietors and Inhabitants of the Said
Acknowledge our selves to be well and firmly Bound to pay unto the Lord
Campable Governor of East Jersey, and Captain Andrew Hamilton and John
Proprietors and Inhabitants of the Said province The Sum of five
pounds of Lawfull money of These provinces.
The Teasurer of West Jersey from September foregoing lette