William Alex Lamb

ID # 5936, (1843-1935)
FatherJohn Lamb (1809-1895)
MotherMary Dewar (1811-1886)
BirthWilliam Alex Lamb was born on 17 September 1843 at Canada. 
MarriageHe married Helen Lawrie Black, daughter of John Black and Helen Bone, on 19 November 1868 at Lincoln County.
MS248 reel 10 Vol. 33, page 104
Lincoln County Marriage Register

Extracted from a list of marriages solemnized by Rev. Geo. Burson for the year ending Dec. 31st, A.D. 1868

William Alex Lamb, 25, born Canada, residing Ottawa City. Parents John Lamb and Mary Dewar.
Helen L. Black, 20, born Scotland, residing St. Catharines. Parents John Black and Helen Bone.
Witnesses John Black and Jane M. Ingraham, both of St. Catharines.
On Nov. 19th, 1868.

Exact locations of marriages in the county registers are not usually given. An 1869 gazetteer shows George Burson in Port Dalhousie and since Helen's family was located there it's probable that she was married in Port Dalhousie.
DeathHe died on 30 January 1935 at Ottawa, Carleton Co., Ontario, at age 91. 
BurialHe was buried on 1 February 1935 at Beechwood Cemetery, Ottawa. 
NoteDeath reg. 010332-35 Ottawa, Carleton County
William Alexander Lamb died Jan 30, 1935. Place of death as well as residence 174 Carling Ave. Widowed. Born Canada. Born Sept, 17...year smudged. Age 91 years 4 months. Retired insurance broker. At place of death 3 years. Parents John Lamb and Mary Dewar, both born Scotland(?) Informant Walter T. Lamb, 174 Carling Ave., son. Burial Beechwood Cemetery, Feb. 1, 1935.

Ancestry has images of Beechwood's interment registers. William Alexander Lamb is shown as age 91 years, 4 months and 13 days at time of death. Date of death January 30, 1935, burial Feb. 1, 1935. He is buried in the same plot as his wife and her sister Magdalene and husband James. 
Last Edited27 Feb 2018