About

My name is Greg Lamberson, and since I was 9 years old, I have been doing serious genealogical research. No, really. Nine years old. I swear.

Anyway, I have run a website creatively called Greg Lamberson’s Genealogy Website for a number of years. This website contains a great deal of my personal genealogical information as well as information for the surname Lamberson and many variants.

I wanted to have a place to present genealogical information less strictly organized or tied to my other information as well as provide a more interactive forum, so I am starting this blog.

Please have a look around, and please comment if you have anything to say, whether or not it is related to any particular post here.

2 Responses to About

  1. We would like to invite your organization to participate in the 2nd annual Genealogy Jamboree 2012, which is June 7-9, 2012 in the streets of the town of Cumberland Gap, Tn. Last year was a huge success, having people from 29 states and 2 countries coming. First of its kind: an event having Genealogy, Living history and the Traditional trades coming together. This is a way to promote your organization to many folks that may not know of it. We had organizations from 4 states at the first Jamboree.
    Attached is an exhibitor form the cost is $15.00 per 10 x 10 spaces, the fees is being donated to the Cumberland Gap Vol. Fire Dept which plays a large roll in the event..crowd/traffic control…security…etc.
    We hope that your organization will consider participation in the Genealogy Jamboree.

    Thank you for your time
    David A Nelson Jr
    Web Master Genealogy Jamboree Destination Cumberland Gap, TN.
    http://genealogyjamboree.us/
    http://www.facebook.com/genealogyjamboree

  2. withheld for privacy says:

    hey, I have in my possession a painting with what appears to be the artist name of Lamberson and a date of clearly 1957. I would describe the painting as an abstact done with pastels on rice paper. Is this something that would interest you, if so send me an email, and I tell you how I aquired the painting.
    boneyefeyedamerican@gmail.com

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