I'm serching for the family of Lambert's daughter, Hattie who was born in 1853 in Illinois and died before 1914 in Iowa. She had married ???? Smith. Here is Lambert's bio in the 1914 history of Sac County, IA:
W. Marsh was l)orn March 5, 1827, in Pompey, Onandago count}-. New
York. He was left an orphan when very young and was reared b}- an uncle
in Syracuse, New York. In the year 1845 '''^ migrated to Kenosha. Wisconsin,
and thence to .\ntioch, Illintiis, where he engaged in farming. In
1863 he enlisted in Company D, Thirty-Fourth Regiment Illinois Volunteers,
anfl served until the close of the Civil War. In 1868 he remoxed with
his family to Cedar Ra])ids, Iowa, and thence to his farm in Greene county,
Iowa. Later, in 1885, he retired to a residence in Grand Junction, where
he died January zx,. 1912. He was a member of the Methodist church. Air.
Marsh was married April i, 1850, to Regina Blunt, who bore him five
daughters, namely : Mrs. W. B. Wayt ; Mrs. Hattie Smith, deceased ; Mrs.
E. \\". Rogers, of Patterson, New Jersey; Mrs. O. L. Harmon, of Wallowa,
Oregon, and Mrs. William Patterson, of Grand Junction, Iowa. The widow
of Mr. Marsh now makes her home with Mr. Wayt in Sac City."