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      Submitted 20 Mar 2000
       Barbara Hoffmann

he children of Lucy Wingrove and Charles Lambier

1. Mary Jane Lambier b. 12 July 1869
                                d.  11 June 1933
                                burial Stoney Creek Cemetery.
        [1] married William Alfred Nicholson 2 April 1896 in East Flamborough. 
              He was born 15 Sept 1862 in Saugeen, Bruce County,
              a fruit grower. 
              Father: Elijah Nicholson  Mother: Mary Ann Pottruff. 

             [2] married to Sarah Catherine Swayze.

                               i.   Myrtle Anne Nicholson
                               ii.   Harvey Murphy Nicholson
                               iii.  William Lorne Nicholson 

DIED-Nicholson-At her home in Stoney Creek, Sunday, June 11, 1933, Mary Jane Lambier beloved wife of Alfred Nicholson in her 69th year. Service in Stoney Creek United Church, Thursday, June 13 to Stoney Creek Cemetery. 

Born in Halton County 68 years ago. Thirty-seven years ago came to Stoney Creek. She leaves one son Lorne of Fruitland, three daughters Mrs. Harvey Murphy, Stoney Creek, Mrs. Beatrice Massey, Stoney Creek and Mrs. J. A. Campbell, Goderich. Two brothers, William, Bartonville, Wesley Lyford, Texas. one sister Mrs. Charles Syre, Bartonville.
Hamilton Spectator

2. William Gordon Lambier born 11 July 1869
       A farmer on Lot 12 Conc. 5 East Flamborough, 
       died 28 January 1910 in East Flamborough.
       Married a Serene A.
       Child:   Jennie Louise Lambier born 26 Dec. 1896
                    East Flamborough Concession 5 Lot 12.

3. George Wesley Lambier  born 31 Dec 1875 in Con 5 Lot 12 East Flamborough.
     He married Olive M. and they had six children. 

       Their children were:

i. Olive Hazel Lamber born 5 Aug 1900 in East Flamborough.
    She married Russell Terry, and died the 31 Aug 1983.

 Their obits are as follows:
Hamilton Spectator, TERRY, RUSSELL-Suddenly in Lakeland, Florida, on Monday February 10, 1986, Russell Terry a resident of Grimsby for some 55 years. Predeceased in 1983 by his wife Oliver Hazel Lambier. He was greatly loved by all and will be sadly missed by his daughter Ann and son-in-law Ernie Booth of Calgary, granddaughters Karen Booth of Calgary, and Kathryn Burtch of Edmonton. Russell is survived by his sister Ella Weldon of Brampton and Muriel Hare of Mississauga. The Terry family will receive friends at the STONEHOUSE-WHITCOMB FUNERAL HOME, 11 Mountain St. Grimsby, on Sunday, February 16 from 1-4 p.m. Reverend Douglas Story officiating. Burial to follow in Queen's Lawn Cemetery. Those wishing to express their sympathy may do so by making a memorial donation to the charity of one's choice. Spectator  August 31, 1983

OLIVE HAZEL TERRY, - At Grimsby on Wed. Aug. 31, 1983 Olive Hazel Lambier, after a lengthy illness, beloved wife of Russell Terry. She will be sadly missed by Daughter Anne and son-in-law Ernie Booth of Calgary. Dear grandmother of Karen Booth of Edmonton and Kathryn Booth of Calgary. Hazel is survived by one sister Edith Metcalfe of Burlington. The Terry family will be receiving friends at the Stone-Whitcomb Funeral Home, 11 Mountain St., Grimsby on Thursday evening 7-9 p.m. Funeral service will be conducted from the Trinity United Church, 100 Main St. West, Grimsby on Saturday with interment to follow in Queen's Lawn Cemetery, Rev. Doug Story officiating. 

ii. Charles Russell Lambier, died 27 May 1966 in Hamilton Ont. 
                                                    buried Millgrove Cemetery. 
            Married Marjorie Graham

Hamilton Spectator reads:
CHARLES RUSSELL LAMBIER, -At St. Joseph's Hospital May 27, 1966 husband of Marjorie Graham, 174 Emeral St. S, (formerly of Millgrove). Father of Harold and Isabel at home and Mrs. Lorene Henderson, Scarborough. Brother of Mrs. Russell Terry (Olive), Grimsby, Mrs. Frank Bunts (Harriett) California, Mrs. Percy Metcalfe, (Edith) Waterdown, Jack Lambier (Fort Erie), Mrs. Verner Gustafson (Grace) of Texas and five

iii. Harriett Lambier married Frank Bunts, and moved to California.

iv. Edythe Irene Lambier born 1896, married Percy Metcalfe.

 Her obit reads
METCALFE, Edythe Irene (Lambier)- Peacefully on Monday December 6, 1999 at the Brantwood Lifecare Centre, Burlington, Edythe Irene Metcalfe (Lambier) in her 94th years. Beloved wife of the late Percival Metcalfe. Dear Mother of Margaret Shirley and Bruce Jaffray of Milton. Loved grandma of Dan and Brenda, Doug and Liz, and great-grandmother to Daniel, Jessica and Taylor Cole. Also survived by sisters-in-law, Gladys Lambier and Marjorie Lambier. Edythe was a Past Matron of the Waterdown O.E.S., Chapter, 309. Friends may call at the KITCHING-STEEPE FUNERAL HOME, 146 Mill St. North, Waterdown on Thursday from 2-4 and 7-9. Funeral Service to be held on Friday, December 10, 1999 at 2 p.m. Reception to follow in the Family Centre. Private family interment at Greenwood Cemetery, Burlington. Donations to the St. James United Church Memorial Fund would be appreciated as expressions of sympathy.

v. Jack Lambier married Gladys Fretz and lived in Fort Erie.

vi. Gracie Lambier married Vernor Gustafson of Texas.

4. Clara Louisa Lambier was born 9 March 1878 
     Married Charles Syer, market gardener. 
        She died 18 July 1951 and is buried in East Lawn Cemetery. 
        Her husband Charles died 27 Sept. 1899
        and is buried in the Bartonville Cemetery.


I cannot connect up my father's Lambier family with Charles  Lambier and Thomas Lambier of Flamborough.
 I know they came early into Canada West and were from Quebec. Can't find anything beyond that. I welcome any connections.
I have some information on the Lambiers of East Flamborough, but very little on the Wingrove line.

McMaster University Hamilton Ontario
   Census Microfilms are on the second floor in the north-east corner of Mills Library
   There are some Index Books there to give you the microfilm number. 
   The newspaper microfilms -the third floor of Mills Library in the south-west corner. 
   Mills Library has a great Anglican Archive in the basement of Mills Library
   Lots of local histories on the 5th floor. 

   Cheers, Barb 


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