In the other hit in the Bklyn Eagle, the case apparently went against Hannah and the other Lamberts. Apparently it concerned property on Bergen St. The referee says as per his decision on Mar. 5th, 1887, he is ordering the property to be put up for auction on Mar.30th. Hannah J. and the others are all listed. Most of the others are clearly Edw. A's children by his 1st wife Elizabeth, and by Hannah, and their spouses.
It's easy to tell they're the children, since they're listed either on the 1850 Census (on pilot.familysearch), or the 1880 Census. I didn't check the "60 or '70 Censuses.
1850 Fed. Census - NY State county:Kings Ward10
LAMBERT, Edward A. 37 Stationer b.NY
LAMBERT, Elizabeth 35 Keep House
LAMBERT, Lansing m. 15y
LAMBERT, Mary f. 8y
LAMBERT, Eliz. f. 6y
LAMBERT, Ira m. 1y
Ann Lane(?) f. 65y
Charlotte O---? f. 51y
Jane O---? f. 29y
1880 Census - Edward A. Lambert,66, Blank Books, b.NY, father b.Eng, Mother-Scotland; and Hannah J. LAMBERT,49, b.NH
Edward H.19, Rufus C. 18, Jennette H. 15, Annie C. 10,and
In the Eagle article, some of the names are:
Mary F. HUESTIS and husband Edwin
Elizabeth PLANT and husb. L.W.
Ira B. and wife Alice
Jennette H. MURPHY and husb. Charles A.
You can see all the names in the article.
Hope this is of some help.