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David Allen Lambert

David Allen Lambert
NEHGS Online Genealogist


I have a railroad related question I hope you can assist me with. Before my ancestor worked for the railroad in New Hampshire, he was employed by the Canadian National Railway.  I tried a number of years ago to obtain his records but had no luck.  Can you suggest a way to do this?



On occasion a question will often lead to me learning something beneficial to my own genealogical research.  After consulting with a Canadian research colleague I found out that Canadian Railway employees are now online via the Library and Archives Canada.  I was able to locate an employment record for my great-grandfather Thomas William Clark with the Moncton branch of the C.N.R. from 1898-1941, as well as employment for my grandfather James Albert George Lambert for a few months in 1920.  I hope the following database will be beneficial to you as well:


Posted by David Lambert at 09/07/2010 12:14:54 PM | 

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