1858-1945

January 30, 1858, Poland, Maine.

December 24, 1945, Bath, Maine.

Oak Hill Cemetery, Auburn, Maine.

Lamb’s parents were Alonzo Pierce Lamb and Lucinda F. Hackett Lamb. He married twice, to Mary A. Bonney and Mable C Barrows.

Lamb studied voice in Boston, Massachusetts (1877-80), then entered the evangelism field. He led singing in evangelistic services with Revervend C. C. Frost, and conducted singing at conventions and special meetings in Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, Minnesota, and Missouri.

After serving as assistant pastor in Lowell, Massachusetts, he was ordained and served in Mount Vernon, New York; Maine; and Massachusetts. He retired in 1937, after serving the Baptist church at Mechanic Falls, Maine, for 13 years. His works include:

Charles C. Luther’s 1887 pamphlet Beautiful Beckoning Hands included hymns by Lamb.

  1. All, All for Me
  2. Is My Name There?
  3. Savior’s Love, A
  4. Savior, What Love Was Thine
  5. There Is a Book, the Book of Life
  6. What is Thy Life?
  1. Agra
  2. Great Rock Stands in a Weary Land, A
  3. I Walked Through the Woodland Meadows

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