Douglas Lambert Net Worth
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$23’000’000. *This information was provided by Correy, 54 years old. Job: (Riveting-Machine Operator). From Grand Junction, Colorado
$6’000’000. *This information was provided by Jessalyn Grabar, 24 years old. Job: (Canoe Inspector, Final). From Camdenton, Missouri
$74’000’000. *This information was provided by Pattie, 26 years old. From Harlan, Kentucky
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1,71m.**This information was provided by Korey, 47 years old. Job: (Sample Maker Ii). From Middletown, Connecticut.
1,64m.***This information was provided by Randa, 56 years old. Job: (Racing Secretary And Handicapper). From Jackson, Pennsylvania.
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64kg.**This information was provided by Krissie Cox, 36 years old. From Sumner, Illinois.
69kg.***This information was provided by Christoffer Young, 32 years old. From Gilmore City, Iowa.
Douglas Lambert information
Birth date and age[BOD]: July 7, 1936
Death date: 1915-10-13
The place of birth (POB): Brooklyn, New York, USA
Douglas Daniel Lambert (4 October 1883 – 13 October 1915) was an English rugby player for Harlequins, England and the Barbarians. He won 7 caps for England between 1907 and 1911, notably scoring 5 tries on debut against France (not bettered until 1995), and 22 points in his final match which remained an England record until 1990. He was killed at the Battle of Loos during the First World War, while serving as a 2nd Lt in The Buffs (East Kent Regiment).