Xavier and Sarah Lambert

In 1870 Christian County, Illinois, A. Lambert is 29, Mary 24, Celena 7, Exavia 4, and Charlie nine months.

In 1880 Clay County, Nebraska Dolphus Lambert is 36, Mary 32, Clina 17, Tervia 15, Charles 11, Hannah 9, James 7, Seonora 5, Redmond 2, and Frank two months.

In 1885 Adams County, Nebraska, X.E. Lambert is 18. with parents Delph 40 and Mary 38. .  Siblings are Sidney 22, Charly 15, Anna 13, James 10, Leon 8, Edna 7, Frankey 5, Melia 3, and Henry six months.

In 1900 Logan County, Xavier born Feb 1867 in Illinois, married seven years to Sarah Feb 1876 Indiana, have Henry W. Oct 1893 Nebraska, Mary E. Aug 1896 Colorado, and Oliver Nov 1898 Colorado.

Brother-in-law Henry D. Monk Dec 1860 Illinois and his wife Ella - sister of Xavier- born Dec 1876 in Illinois, have Edward Feb 1898 Nebraska and Elmer July 1899 Nebraska..

Xavier proved up a quarter in 11, 8N 48W in 1901.

In 1910 Logan County Xavier and Sarah have Henry 16, Ellen 13, Oliver 11, Pearlie 6, and Leon  - one month.

In 1920 Logan County Xavier and Sarah have Oliver J. 21, Pearlie M. 16, Leon A. 9 and Napoleon 4.\\

Sarah Lambert - Feb 27, 1875- April 15, 1927 - is buried in Haxtun.

In 1930 Logan County Xavier A. 63 is widowed, with Leon A. 19 and Napoleon R. 14.  He has a houskeeper Margaret R. Carlson 32, and her daughter Dorothy L. 1.

Oliver J. Lambert is the next family, 31, married to Leona 31, with Audrey F. 4.

"Xavir" A. Lambert married Margaret A.M. Carlson June 6, 1934, recorded in Morgan County.

In 1940 A. Lambert, 73 is married to Margaret 41, and they have Dorothy Louise Carlson, 11, with them.   Brother Charles Lambert, 70, born in  Illinois, is also with them.


Ed Lambert, a long-time resident of the FLEMING community, passed away at a Sterling hospital Saturday evening. He had been in poor health for the past four years.

Mr. Lambert was born at Assumption, Illinois on April 27, 1878 and was 79 years old at the time of his passing. He was the son of Adolph and Mary Lambert and lived in Trumbull, Nebraska as a child. He homesteaded nine miles northeast of FLEMING in 1902 and moved into FLEMING in 1951.

He was married June 27, 1907 to Mabel Clark, who preceded him in death in 1932. On May 17, 1943 he and Mrs. Flora Davis were married at Sidney, Nebraska.

Rosary services were held Tuesday evening and funeral services were held today from the Radford Funeral Home with Rev. James Halloran in charge. Burial was at the Haxtun cemetery. Pallbearers were Warren West, Ed Chapin, Lloyd Langdon, Kenneth Luelf, Ronald Wilson and William Nelson Jr.

He is survived by his wife, four sons, Phillip and Gerald of Haxtun, Richard and Paul of FLEMING, one daughter, Mrs. Rosemary Stevens of Fleming; four step-sons and three stepdaughters, Don Davis of Ogden, Utah; Mitchell and Robert Davis of FLEMING, Charles Davis of Providence, Rhode Island, Mrs. Georgia Rowan, Mrs. Virginia Wardrip and Mrs. Iola Hauschild, all of FLEMING.

Also surviving are three brothers, Frank and Charles of Haxtun and Henry of Tacoma, Washington; two sisters, Mrs. Salenia Campbell of Kearney, Nebraska and Mrs. Millie Kroutwick of Seattle, Washington besides eight grandchildren and 18 step-grandchildren 
Sterling Journal Advocate

X.A. Lambert Funeral to be conducted at Sterling on Wednesday.

Funeral services for the late Xavier A. Lambert, retired farmer of Logan County, will be conducted at 9 o'clock Wednesday morning at St. Anthony's church in Sterling. Burial will be at the Haxtun Cemetery. The rosary will be recited at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening at Radford Funeral Home in Sterling.
Mr. Lambert died November 28,1947, suddenly at 8 o'clock, Friday morning at McAllen, Texas, where and Mrs. Lambert had been visiting.
Mr. Lambert was born February 20, 1867, at Assumption, Ill., son of Adolph and Mary Prince Lambert. He came to Colorado from Illinois in 1894 and until 1944 lived on a homestead near Dailey. At that time he moved to Sterling, the family home being two and a half miles south of Sterling. In recent years he had spent a portion of each winter in Texas, where he had citrus fruit orchards.
Mr. Lambert was first married on January 23, 1893, at Trumbull, neb., to Sarah Talbert, who died April 12, 1927. He the married on June 6, 1934, to Margaret Carlson, by whom he is survived. Mr. Lambert was a member of St. Anthony's church and of the Modern Woodman of America. He was a musician and for a number of years directed a band in the Haxtun-Daily area.
Surviving Mr. Lambert are his wife; five children, Henry Lambert, Oliver Lambert, Napoleon Lambert all of Dailey;
Leon Lambert of Fleming; and Mrs Pearl Meakins of Haxtun; and seven brothers and sisters; Frank and Charles Lambert of Haxtun, Ed Lambert of Fleming, Henry Lambert of Bremerton, Wash., Mrs. Selina Campbell of Pleasanton, Neb., Mrs. Millie Kroutwick of Bremerton, Wash., and Mrs Anna Galusha of Omaha.
Pallbearers of the service will include; Ray Sipple, Don Gebhardt, and S.J. Meakins of Haxtun; Albert Schell, Ed Morris and Critt Lippitt of Fleming, William Truitt, George Helbert and Leslie Morris of Sterling, and Everett Davis of Dailey. 

Sarah TALBERT Lambert -1876-1927 is also buried in Haxtun Sarah's first cousins Myrtle Talbert Smith and Cora Talbert Smith are buried about 40 feet to the SE.

FindaGrave says another spouse was Margaret Lambert Carlson, buried in Mountain View Cemetery, Longmont - born Nov 19, 1898,


Xavier Lambert was also known as X.A., and Zab. Jim Lambert says in his family Xavier was also known as Zeb. . . . . (The following information is from the 1905 -1922 diary written by Harrison B. Talbert. In 1905 Harrison lived one mile west of Trumbull, Nebraska. Later he and his wife moved into Trumbull. Harrison was Sarah Talbert Lambert's/Mrs. Xavier Lambert's uncle.) . . . .

1913 Apr 15 - Mr (Adolph) Lambert dropped dead 8 A.M. (at his home in Trumbull) (Xavier's father). (Adolph Lambert age 72 or 73, born in Canada, married Mary Prince in Assumption, Illinois in 1863. In 1880 came to Clay County near where Trumbull is now located. Funeral St. Cecelia Catholic Church. Buried Parkview Cemetery, Hastings, Nebraska.) . (Adams County Democrat list ten children, four living at Haxtun, Colorado including X. A. or Zab. Incorrectly Adolph Lambert's obituary is listed in the newspaper heading as Adolph TALBERT.

Son Zab married Sarah Talbert a daughter of Hadley and Mary Talbert. Zab and Sarah Lambert moved to Haxtun, Colorado in 1893. . . . . (two days later)

17 - Drive team (of two horses) to Mr Lambert's Funeral Ha(stings). . . . (next day)

18 - Zab (X.A. Lambert) eats (noon) dinner with us & leaves on 3 O'clock (for Haxtun, Colorado). (Does not sound as if Sarah and children came back for Adolph Lambert's funeral or Harrison would have stated Zab(s) eat dinner. . . . . (next day)

19 - My (Harrison Talbert's) Seventy first Birthday & if I should be spared to see more Birthdays I will try to live better each year. (Probably Zab eats with "us" meant many Talberts were present on the 18 along with Zab to celebrate Harrison's birthday. . . . . (Rural Haxtun, Colorado)

1913 May 18 - Sunday go with Wills (Will Talbert) to Fleming & then to Zabs for (noon) dinner. (Will Talbert and Sarah Lambert were brother and sister). . . . (next day)

19 - Zab brings us in Auto to Franks (Frank & Myrtle Talbert Smith. Myrtle was Harrison B. Talbert's daughter.). . . . (six days later)

25 - Sunday nice day. Go to Haxtun church, (probably Methodist) a splendid memorial service by Bro Tire. Aces, Zabs, & Will's at Franks (Smiths) for (noon) dinner. (Present for dinner were Norman & Lizzie Ace, X.A. & Sarah Lambert, Will & Belle Talbert, Frank & Myrtle Talbert Smith, who all had lived at Trumbull and all Talberts other than Aces.) . . . . (three days later)

28 - Visit Aces, Zabs, Wills, & past Wheelers. . . .

1914 Aug 28 - Hadly & Mary (Hadley & Mary Talbert parents of Sarah Lambert and they also lived in CO for something like three years) take us to Zabs. Boys out breaking (sod). Fetch in a live Rattler (snake). When dead I cut off Rattles. . . . (next day)

29 - P.M. go with Zabs to Haxtun, stop at Franks (Smith) on way home. . . . (next day)

30 - Sunday Go with Franks (Smith) & Scotts to Camp meeting. Have a good time & seen all of Trumbull folks except some of Lamberts. (Probably because a few were Catholic.). . . .

1914 Sept 14 - Quite a frost this morn. Wife & I go with Zab Lambert to Sterling 30 miles west. . . . Trumbull (Nebraska)

Jan A.D. 1917 - 11 Hadlys, Berts, & Sarah Lam. Take supper. (This means Hadley and Mary Talbert, Bert and Mary Talbert, & Sarah Lambert. Have supper at Harrison B. Talbert's.) . . . . .(Haxtun, Colorado)(Harrison's wife Matilda is now deceased and Harrison moves about the country living and visiting various places.)

1917 July 18 - Go to Zab L. Take big drive N.E. in P.M. Come around past Ellsworths (Talbert), visit little bit. . . . (next day)

19 - Pick cherries at Zabs. . . . 1918 Mar 21 - Last night visit Dinsmores, tonight visit Zabs. . . .

1918 Apr 8 - I visit Henry Lamberts (probably Sarah and X. A. son). Frank & Myrt go to Fleming. . . .

1919 Feb 24 - Go with Franks (Smith) to Mrs Hicks Sale 2 miles North of Zabs. . . .

1919 Apr 15 - Visit at Lamberts, Stay with Henry, Sarah (?). . . . (five days later) 20 - Sunday Visit & take (noon) dinner with Zab Lam(bert). . . .

1920 May 25 - In eve Ellen Ford passes away. (Ellen daughter of Sarah and Zab Lambert.) Stay with Wheeler (Talbert). . . .

(next day) 26 - Visit Zabs, go home with Woods. Go with them to Fleming. Eve home to Franks (Smith). . . .

 (next day) 27 - Hadly & Mary (Talbert), Bert & Mary (Talbert) (all from Trumbull, Nebraska) Came to Zabs today. Ellen buried at Haxtun.
- Hultquist, Jack

Sterling Journal Advocate April 15. 1983

HAXTUN- Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday for Henry Lambert, 89. of Haxtun, formerly of Daily.
Mr. Lambert died Wednesday in a Haxtun hospital.
The Rev. John Reiger will officiate the services. Burial will follow in the Haxtun Cemetery.
Mr. Lambert was born Oct.31, 1893 on a farm near Trumbull, Neb., to Xavier and Sarah Talbert Lambert. He lived in Nebraska until the are of six months, when he migrated with his parents to Paoli. The family moved to a homestead between Haxtun and Fleming, before the town of Dailey was settled. They later moved to a cattle operation six miles north of Haxtun and in 1910 moved to the family farm near Dailey.
Mr. Lambert attended school in various community homestead schools. On July 2, 1917, he married Florence G Horn at the parsonage of the Methodists Church in Fleming. They lived at Dailey, which was settled in 1914, on a farm and started a junkyard in 1934.
Mr. Lambert had a special interest in soil conservation, and the long windbreak of trees along Highway 6 near Dailey was planted by him.
During WWI, Mr. Lambert served in the Colorado National Guard. He was also one of the first members of the Dailey EUB Church.
Mr. Lambert is survived by his wife of 65 years, Florence, of Haxtun; two sons, Markus Lambert of Commerce City, and Norris Lambert of Haxtun; three brothers, Leon Lambert and Oliver Lambert of Fleming, and Napoleon Lambert of Dailey; and a sister, Mrs. Pearl Meakins of Haxtun.

Charles Lambert proved up a quarter in 20, 9N 48W in 1908.

Charles Gabriel Lambert - Sept 28, 1869 - 1960 - is buried in Haxtun.

Edward Lambert proved up a quarter in 17, 9N 48W in 1910.

Frank Lambert proved up two quarters in 17, 9N 48W in 1911.

Friday, November 22, 1946

Mrs. Frank Lambert
Longtime Resident of
Haxtun Region, Dies

Ethel Pauline Lambert, aged 64 years, wife of Frank Lambert, a resident of the Haxtun community, died at 9:05 o'clock this morning at their home in Haxtun. She has been ill for eleven months.
Mrs.Lambert was both March 3, 1883, at Trumbull, Neb., daughter of Stephen and Maria Marlatt Linscott. She was reared at Trumbull, and received her education at that place. She married on June 19,1900 at Hastings Neb., to Frank Lambert. Mr. and Mrs. Lambert established their home in Colorado two years after their marriage. Mrs. Lambert held membership in the Assembly Of God Church in Haxtun.
Surviving Mrs. Lambert are her husband, twelve children; Wallace, Lester and Walker Lambert and Mrs. Edna Slizeski, Mrs. Iva Davis,and Misses Helen and Myrtle Lambert of Haxtun, and Lloyd Lambert of Sterling. Troy Lambert of Yuma; Harold and Lyle Lambert of Crook; and Mrs.Dorothy Sturges of Gresham, Oregon; and brothers and sisters as follows; John Linscott of Shattuck, Okla, Levi and Frank Linscott of Texas, Bert Linscott of Los Angeles, George Linscott of Omaha, Mrs. Ollie Regan of Shattuck, Okla.,Mrs.Lotta Van Dusen of Loveland, Mrs. Irene Jones of Washington State, and Mrs. Della Regan of California.
Preceding her in death were children Clyde and Betty. 


Frank Lambert, retired Haxtun farmer, died Tuesday, December 19, 1967  in the Haxtun hospital after a two-week illness. He was 87. Mr. Lambert had been a Haxtun area resident 65 years.
Funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday from United Methodist Church of Haxtun with Rev. Thomas Fletcher officiating. Burial will follow in the Haxtun cemetery.
Mr. Lambert was born April 18, 1880, at Trumbull, Neb.
He was married June 19, 1900, at Hastings, Neb., to Ethel Pauline Linscott. They homesteaded northwest of Haxtun in 1902 and lived in the area since then. Mrs. Lambert died In 1946. Mr. Lambert married Mary Corder on Oct. 9, 1963, at Holyoke.
He is survived by his wife, six sons,- Wallace, Lester and Walker of Haxtun, Lloyd and Lyle of Sterling and Harold of Greeley; five daughters, Mrs .Edna Frese of Crook, Mrs. Iva Davis of Greeley, Mrs. Myrtle Weers of Arvada, Mrs. Dorothy Sturges of Uklah, Calif., and Mrs. Helen Pettit of Denver; a brother, Henry Lambert of Tacoma, Wash.; 36 grandchildren, 54 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.



October 1950 "Mr and Mrs. Daniel Mast, Fairbanks, Iowa, visited Mary Corder, George Hill and Charlie and John Haun."

Mary CORDER Lambert - Mar 9, 1888-March 1977 is buried in Haxtun.


Napoleon died in 1989.