- Birth Date
- 30 August 1816
- Death Date
- 2 May 1892
Charles sailed to America in 1844 on the ship Fanny.
Birth date is confirmed by the missionary register.
The Lambert family traveled to the Salt Lake Valley with the Allen Taylor Company in 1849. The Lamberts included Charles and his wife Mary Alice Cannon, and their children Charles John and George Cannon. Mary’s orphaned siblings also traveled with them: Angus Munn, David Henry, and Leonora Cannon.
Charles was the Captain of sixth group of 10 wagons.
The obituary of his son George also confirms his travel to Utah.
- Age at Departure: 32
- Head of Household
- 1850 Utah Census, Salt Lake County.
- "A Pioneer Gone," Salt Lake Herald-republican, 3 May 1892, 8.
- "Allen Taylor's 100, first 50, report, 1849 September 3." In Camp of Israel schedules and reports 1845-1849. (MS 14290, Reel 3, Box 2, Folder 40)
- Charies Lambert autobiography, reminiscences, and diaries, 1844-1881; circa 1885, Autobiography, circa 1885, 26-28.
- David Moore collection, 1843-1921, Meeting minutes, 1849.
- David Moore writings, circa 1860, 45-54.
- Find a Grave (Website)
- "Geo. C. Lambert, Succumbs," Salt Lake Telegram, 4 July 1917, 7.
- George C. Lambert diaries, 1866-1912, 7.
- Ivy Hooper Blood Hill, compiler and editor, William Blood: His Posterity and Biographies of Their Progenitors (Logan: J.P. Smith and Sons, 1962), 14-16.
- Journal History of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Supplement after 31 December 1849, 4.
- Missionary Department Missionary Registers, 1860-1959, Volume 1.
- Nauvoo Community Project
- Saints By Sea: Latter-day Saint Immigration to America
- Utah State History Cemeteries and Burials Database.