LAMBERT CEMETERY

 

Situated in Stonycreek Twp., Somerset Co., PA., on the old John Lambert Farm. This family plot is in the center of farm fields and is not visible from any road. Be prepared to hike a bit! From Shanksville, take the Lambertsville Road (SR 1007) north, at the first fork in the road, turn right onto SR 1019. Continue north on this road until you pass Bridge Street on the right. Almost immediately after passing Bridge street, you will see Cheerful Valley Road. Park your car here at the end of this road. Walk in front of the old rusting car carrier and keeping the tree line to your left, walk in an 'L' shape around the edge of this field on the tractor path. After the tree line ends, continue following the tractor path for 1/10 mile. At the top of the hill, you will see the cemetery. Here is a photo.

(Click on the name for a photo of the tombstone.)

LAMBERT, Hugh

 

1844

1928

G.A.R.

LAMBERT, Mary Crissey

wife

1849

1892

 

LAMBERT, Elizabeth Zeigler

w/o Moses

 

d. 8-23-1894

aged 80y 0m 10d

LAMBERT, Moses

 

 

d. 3-24-1878

aged 67y 8m 21d

LAMBERT, Mary

w/o John

 

d. 2-14-1852

aged 84 years.

LAMBERT, John

 

 

d. 3-24-1844

aged 83y 7m 12d

LAMBERT, Frances

w/o Hugh

 

d. 4-11-1867

aged 19y 7m 11d

LAMBERT, Mary

w/o Hugh

 

d. 7-18-1892

aged 42y 8m 12d

SPANGLER, Daniel L.

 

b. 12-29-1902

 

SPANGLER, Vida

 

b. 11-26-1880

d. 1-6-1903

 

SPANGLER, Herman

 

 

WILT, Matthew

 

d. 9-14-1901

aged 2 m 21 d

LAMBERT, Ewalt

 

b. 3-12-1857

d. 7-31-1863

LAMBERT, Harriet

 

b. 6-23-1841

d. 8-22-1863

Children of Hugh & Mary Lambert

 

Total 25 graves. Not inscribed graves omitted.

Copied Sept. 5, 1948 by J. B. Schrock & Mr. & Mrs. Norman Lambert

Transcribed Feb. 26, 2000, by Nancy Hallberg. Photographed July 27, 2001, by Nancy Hallberg.