Lambeau - Van Kessel







Earl Louis Lambeau en Marguerite Van Kessel

Earl Louis Lambeau

Named: Curly

Born in Green Bay on April 9, 1898

Passed away in Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, USA 
on June 1, 1965

Son of Marcel (1876-1939) and Mary Latour (1877-1962)

Married in California on August 16, 1919 with

Marguerite Van Kessel

Chlid :

Donald Earl (1920-1984)

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Green Bay Packers

Green Bay Packers 100 years ago

Green Bay Packers fans, if you think you've seen and heard everything there is to see about Earl "Curly" Lambeau Field,
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Earl Louis "Curly" Lambeau (Green Bay 1898-1965), founded 100 years ago, together with his friend and colleague George Whitney Calhoun, the Green Bay Packers in 1919.

Lambeau Field is the outdoor athletic stadium in the north central United States, located in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The home field of the Green Bay Packers.

Did you know that Earl Lambeau has Belgian ancestors?

Earl married in California in 1919 Marguerite Van Kessel (1899-2001). Their son Donald Earl Lambeau (1920-1984) married Nancy Jean Leicht and they have 5 children.

The first ancestor of who was born in Belgium was Victor Joseph Lambeau on Aug 14, 1853 in Hamme-Mille.
He married Marie Adolphine Charlier. Both emigrated to America and died in Green Bay. He was the grandfather of Earl.

Their son Marcel (1876-1939) married Mary Latour. They were the parents of Earl.

Their first traceable ancestors were Lambert Lambeau (Passed away 1713). He married Marie Jeanne Duchesne (1680-1740). Both died in at Longueville in Belgium. They were the great-great-grandparents of Earl Lambeau.

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Lambeau Field

Earl Lambeau

Lambeau Field

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Lambeau Field

Pedigree of Earl Lambeau from 1965 to 1680

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Birthcertificate of Earl's great-grandfather
Jean François Lambeau (Hamme-Mille in Belgium 1825-Antwerp 1905)

Earl Lambeau's grave

Birthcertificate of Earl's grandfather
Victor Joseph Lambeau (Hamme-Mille in Belgium 1853-Green Bay 1891)

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