_Hiram BRUNDAGE _+ _Morris BRUNDAGE __| | |_Mary MORRISON __ | |--George BRUNDAGE | | _________________ |_Frances M. _____ _| |_________________
 !DEATH: Died young.
_David BRUNDIGE _+ _Benjamin BRUNDAGE _| | |_Phebe SEAMONS __ | |--Soloman BRUNDAGE | | _________________ |_Unknown WIFE ______| |_________________
__ __| | |__ | |--Aguila CHASE | | __ |__| |__
__ _Jeffry CURRIER _| | |__ | |--Mary CURRIER | | __ |_Mercy __________| |__
 !BAPTISM: See source notes on father.
________________ _Richard GREEN _| | |________________ | |--John GREEN | | _Ephraim MOWE __ |_Mary MOW ______| |_Dorcas MARDEN _+
 !BIRTH-BAPTISM: See notes on father.
__ __| | |__ | |--Edmee Le JEUNE | | __ |__| |__
__ __| | |__ | |--Madeleine LAGRANDE | | __ |__| |__
__ ______ LAMBERT ______| | |__ | |--Eustache "Sieur_de Ste-Marie" LAMBERT | | __ |_Francoise PONINGLE _| |__
!COMMENT: Various sources for this information; Rene Jette, "Dictionnaire
Genealogique des Familles du Quebec", 1983, University of Montreal; "Les
Lambert D'Amerique", conference of 4 October, 1992, speach written by Luc
Lambert; "History de la Seigneurie de Lauzon" by Joeph-Edmond Roy, 1897, Page
255. Vol. 1; "Dictionnaire bibliographique du Canada", by J. Monet, Volume 1,
1966 Published in Quebec; "Historique de la Ferme Lambert de St-Nicolas",
and excerpt from Terre Illustre, newsletter of L'Association des Lambert
d'Amerique Inc, October 1992, Volume 1, numero 2; Also from a speech given by
Adrien LAmbert, Ex-Deputy of Bellechasse, to the Canadian Parlement at the
350th Anniversary of the arrival of the first two Lamberts to arrive in New
France in 1634; and Midland, Ontario Chamber of Commerce, 208 King St., P.O.
Box 158, Midland, Ontario, Canada, L4R 4K8.
He was from the area of Picardy, (now in Vendee), along the English Channel.
Married in France to Marie Laurence. Confirmed as being in Quebec on October 8,
1659, at 40 years of age. He was a mechant in the city of Quebec.
Working for the Jesuites about 1645 and abt 1647 Eustache Lambert
had a "dit" name of Champagne. He came over with his brother Pierre, who was
killed by the Iroquois on October 20, 1663 and buried at Chateau-Richer.
Eustache came to New France as a "donne" or lay assistant to the Company of
Jesus (Jesuits) and was a faithful companion of Father Gabriel Lalemant S.J.,
today known as Saint Gabriel Lalemant, one of the Canadian holy martyrs.
Eustache was born in 1618 in Boulogne in the province of Picardy in France,
in a place known as Pas de Calais. From 1645 to 1647 he was in the company of
the Jesuit Fathers on their distant and perilous mission to the West.
On thier mission to spread the Good News o Jesus to the different peoples
that inhabited the country at that time, the missionaries were supposed to
establish posts or missions as places where the people could convene together.
This is what they did in this distant corner of New France, and gave the
mission the name of Sainte-Marie. However, in 1649, facing the menace of the
Iroquois who had already caused the martydom of some missionaries, they had to
abandon the settlement of Sainte-Marie and set fire to it to avoid it's
Unfortunatly, Eustache Lambert didn't know how to write, but he was gifted
with remarkable intelligence. He very quickly learned the Huron language and
became an excellent interpreter, a skill which proved to be very useful to the
He was also skillful with a sword and rifle. In 1653, he was in command of
the camp which was organized several years prior to protect the capital
(Quebec). He had at his disposal the assault vehicles and five thousand C.F.
18's to enable him to carry out his commission. His courage and his dedication
guided him. In 1653, when the city of Trois-Rivieres was attacked by about 500
Iroquois, Eustache commanded a detachment of fifty men sent from Quebec to aid
in the defense of the city. According to the historian Monsieur Sulte,
Eustache Lambert was the first commander of a militia corps in Canada.
The first colonizers at that time were given land grants and permitted to
become property holders which is how Eustache acquired a tract of land on
December 15, 1652 in the territory held by the lord of Lauzon, and the
contract was approved by mr. Lauzon-Charny on October 11, 1653.
That piece of land comprised eight acres of frontage along the Saint
Laurence River and was 40 acres deep. A fishery had been established on that
land earler. The only obligation imposed on the new land owner was that he
give back to the lord each year a tecnth of the eels that he caught. In
exchange the lord was to furnish the barrels and the salt.
Marie was buried in the cemetary that then existed in the cellars of the
Cathedral-Bascilica. He was buried in the old (now gone) St-Joseph cemetery
next to the Cathedral-Bascilica of Quebec.
_Julien LAMBERT _________+ _Julien LAMBERT __| | |_Marie Angelique DEMERS _ | |--Louise Suzanne LAMBERT | | _________________________ |_Suzanne ROBERGE _| |_________________________
___________________________ _Roy LEMMON __________| | |___________________________ | |--Ester LEMMON | | _JAmes Washington DENISON _ |_Darlene Day DENISON _| |_Shelby Jean BRUNDIGE _____+
_Jonathan LOCKE _____+ _Joseph L. Maj. LOCKE ____| | |_Mary RAND __________ | |--Adeline P. LOCKE | | _Jonathan WEDGEWOOD _+ |_Sarah Wallice WEDGEWOOD _| |_Hannah SEAVEY ______+
__ __| | |__ | |--Francois MIGNON | | __ |__| |__
__ _Charles NELSON _| | |__ | |--Hannah NELSON | | __ |_Mary _____ _____| |__
!BIRTH: "Old Kittery and Her Families" by Everett S. Stackpole
Lewiston, ME, - Press of Lewiston Journal Company, 1903 Printing, Page 641.
_Samuel PHILBRICK _+ _Thomas PHILBRICK _| | |_JAne _____ _______ | |--Jonathan Elder PHILBRICK | | ___________________ |_Abigail _____ ____| |___________________
!MARRIAGE-DEATH-COMMENT: After marrying his first wife, he removed to Newbury,
MA. She died there childless. He remarried and removed to Weare, NH where he
died. He had 8 children by his second wife Buela.
_Cecil Dudley SHERN __ _Joseph Carl SHERN ___| | |_Eliza Helen LAMBERT _+ | |--Wendy Kay SHERN | | ______________________ |_Lucille Marie FROST _| |______________________
__ __| | |__ | |--Pierre VEILLON | | __ |__| |__
!MARRIAGE-PLACE: Renee Jette, "Dictionnaire Genealogique des Familles du Quebec"
1983, University of Montreal, Page 1119. He was married in the
Temple-Calvaniste de La Rochelle, Aunis, France. So, he must have been a
__ __| | |__ | |--John WALKER | | __ |__| |__