NameJohn Benjamin LAMBERT ®1, M
Birth Date10 Mar 1871
Birth PlaceKamas, Summit, Utah Territory, United States
Death Date13 Oct 1897
Death PlaceKamas, Summit, Utah, United States
Burial DateOct 1897 ®23
Burial PlaceKamas, Summit, Utah, United States
ResidenceKamas, Summit, Utah
ReligionThe Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
FatherJohn LAMBERT , M (1820-1893)
MotherEline Hansene LARSEN , F (1838-1921)
Birth Date24 Sep 1870
Birth PlaceKamas, Summit, Utah Territory, United States
Death Date21 Nov 1942 ®4
Death PlaceProvo, Utah, Utah, United States
Burial Date25 Nov 1942 ®24
Burial PlaceMarion, Summit, Utah, United States
Burial MemoMarion Cemetery, 56
Residence(At Time Of Death) Provo, Provo, Utah
Cause of deathCerebral Hemorrhage ®4
FatherJohn Knox LEMON Sr. , M (1845-1927)
MotherJane Elizabeth BURBIDGE , F (1846-1925)
Marr Date12 Oct 1892
Marr PlaceLogan, Cache, Utah, United States
ChildrenAsael Carlyle , M (1893-1983)
 Luella , F (1894-1966)
 Cora (Died as Infant), F (1896-1898)
 Edith Irene (Died as Infant), F (1897-1899)
Notes for John Benjamin LAMBERT
LDS Church Membership Record:
Name: John Benjamin Lambert
Gender: Male
Birth: 1871-03-10, Kamas, Summit, Utah
Death: 1897-10-13
Father: John Lambert
Mother: Eline Hansine Larsen
Spouse: Edith Lemon
LDS Bap: 4 Sep 1879
Notes for Edith (Spouse 1)
LDS Church Membership Record:
Name: Edith Lemon
Gender: Female
Birth: 1870-09-24, Marion (Kamas), Summit, Utah
Death: 1942-11-21
Father: John Knox Lemon Sr.
Mother: Jane Elizabeth Burbidge
Spouse: John Benjamin Lambert
Spouse: William Whitworth Evans
Spouse: John Henry Mikesell
LDS Bap: 4 Sep 1879

Name on death certificate: Edith Lemon Lambert Evans Mikesell
Census notes for Edith (Spouse 1)
1900 United States Census
State of Utah, Summit County
Kamas Precinct, Kamas Village
ED 139, Sheet 10 B

LAMBERT, Edith, head, born Sep 1870, age 29, wid, born Utah
LAMBERT, Asael C, son, born Mar 1893, age 7, born Utah
LAMBERT, Louella, dau, born Oct 1894, age 5, born Utah

1920 United States Census
State of Idaho, Madison County
Rexburg City, 3rd Ward
Center Street (next door to daughter, Louella)

Mikesell, John H, Head, age 55, married, born Utah, Father born Illinois, mother born Indiana, Shepherd
Mikesell, Edith L. Wife, age 49, married, born Utah, Laundress
Evans, William L., Stepson, age 15, single, born Utah
Obituary notes for Edith (Spouse 1)
Edith L.E. Mickesell Dies At Provo.
Edith Lemon Lambert Evans Mikeesell, 72, well-known Provo & Rexburg resident, died Saturday afternoon of a heart attack at the home of her son, Asael C. Lambert, dean of the Brigham young university school. She was born September 24, 1870, at Kamas, a daughter of John K. & Jane Burbidge Lemon.
She received her education in the Kamas schools and was married to John Benjamin Lambert October 12, 1892, in the Logan L.D.S. temple. He died in 1867 and she was married to William Evans October 7, 1903, at Heber. Seven months later he died & she was married to John Mikesell October 7, 1910, at Salt Lake City. They moved to Rexburg, Idaho, where they lived until September 12, 1940, when Mr. Mikesell died. Mrs. Mikesell then moved to Provo where she has since made her home with her sons. She was always active in the L.D.S. church, particularly in the Relief Society both at Kamas and Rexburg. She was a member of the D.U.P. camp at Provo. She had been a nurse most of her life & spent a great deal of time caring for the sick.

Surviving are two sons and one daughter, Dr. Asael Carlyle Lambert of Provo; W. Leon Evans, assistant chief ranger at Yellowstone National Park, and Mrs. Luella Meuser of Jerome, Idaho; 3 sisters & 4 brothers; Mrs. Retta Pack & Mrs. Emma Brinton of Salt Lake City, Mrs. Olive Edgel of Sandy, John K. Lemon & James Lemon of Ioka, Elias A. Lemon of Kamas and William Lemon of Clearfielde; 14 grandchildren & 4 great-grandchildren.

Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. in the Hatch-Quist funeral home with Arthur D. Taylor, bishop, in charge. Burial will be in the Provo City Burial Park.
Notes for John Benjamin & Edith (Family)
From: “Wasatch Wave,” Heber, Wasatch, Utah, 21 Oct 1892
Kamas Kinks: “...Benj. Lambert gave his wedding dance on the 17th where all were invited to come and enjoy themselves.”
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