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Walter Lambert of Creg Clare married Miss Martin of Tullyra and had

John Lambert of Milford.
Peter Lambert of Castle Ellen.
Thomas Lambert.

John Lambert of Milford, Co. Galway, married Mary, daughter of Sir Henry Burke, Bart. of Glinsk and died 1787 leaving:
Walter of Kilquaine: born after 1750, died without children.
Henry of Aggard – born after 1750, married his first cousin Anne. (Daughter of Thomas Lambert and Elizabeth Wood.) Died 1820 and was succeeded by his nephew:
John Walter Henry (2)
Thomas of Milford
Jane – unmarried.
Eliza – unmarried.
Letitia – married John Fallon of Runnemead, Co. Roscommon.
A daughter – married Edmund Kelly of Scregg.

Thomas Lambert of Milford – born after 1750, married 5.9.1805 to Lydia, daughter of Cuthbert Fetherstonhaugh, of Mosstown, Ballymore and died 1822 leaving
Mary Ann – married Major Cuthbert Barlow.
Lydia – married George Marshall.
Cecilia – married Colonel W. Nixon.
Charlotte – married Capt. Henry Marshall.
John Walter Henry (2)
Cuthbert Fetherstonhaugh – unmarried.

2. John Walter Henry Lambert of Aggard, J.P. High Sheriff 1855 birth 5.10.1811 married 11.2.1833 Anne, only daughter of William Fetherstonhaugh, of Derrahiney, Co. Galway. She died 20.2.1859. He died 8.4.1899 having by her:

Thomas Walter of Aggard (3) b.1841.
John Henry – born 1844, of Redmount Hill, Ballinasloe, Co. Galway,
married Adelaide Dewe of Gloucestershire.
William Fetherstonhaugh (Lambert) – born 1852 of Donalstone House, Ballyglunin, married his 3rd,. cousin, Ada Lambert.
Anne Caroline – died unmarried 1911.
Charlotte – married Lieut.- Col. Cuthbert Barlow.
Emily Florence – married Charles Kelly of Westmeath.
Elizabeth Jane – married Thomas Barlow.
Marion Marcella – married Col. Charles William Brereton.
Adelaide – married Rev. Robert O’Callaghan of Hull.
Fanny – unmarried.
Alice – married John Lamprey of Hampshire.

3. Thomas Walter Lambert of Aggard and Kilquaine, Co. Galway, born 24.3.1841 married 31.5.1865, Elizabeth, 3rd. daughter of Christopher, St. George of Tyrone House. She died 3.12.1910. He died 11.3.1902 leaving:

Christopher Richard Thomas (4)
John Walter Henry Charles.
Cuthbert Harold, unmarried.
Harry William Reginald – married Lilly Scanlon of Bandon.
Olivia Bessy Josephine – married Walter Mortimer Dyas of Kells.
Charlotte Norah Barlow – married Major William Thomas Conway Poole.
Anne Marion – married William Astle Ryan of Wexford.
Adelaide St. George – married Robert Sparrow.
Guendoleyne Lizzie.
Ethel Beatrice – died young.
Beatrice Helena.

4. Christopher Richard Thomas Lambert of Aggard, J.P. born 29.10.1868,
emigrated to Australia.

John Walter Henry Charles, of Kilquaine, Craughwell, born 20.11.1871 married Mary, Daughter of Rev. John Foot. and had:

Cuthbert Harold – born 24.08.1876
Harry William Reginald – born 17.05.1878
Charlotte Norah
Anne Marion
Adelaide St. George
Guendoleyne Lizzie
Ethel Beatrice
Beatrice Helena.

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Written by Lorna O'Regan

Published here 08 Feb 2021

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