The 1916 Lowell High School yearbook listed Floyd Lambert as a 1915 graduate.
From The Lowell Tribune, July 5, 1917, page 5, column 4:
Floyd Lambert left Thursday for Ft. Wayne, where he enlisted in the U.S. army. He passed the preliminary examination and was sent to Ft. Thomas, Ky.
From The Lowell Tribune, July 19, 1917, page 5, column 3:
Floyd Lambert returned Sunday from a visit with his brother, Charles, and family in South Bend, Ind.
Death notice from The Lowell Tribune, Oct. 24, 1918:
Floyd Lambert, pneumonia, Columbus, Ohio, October 16.
This article from an unknown source can be found in the Local History Files at the Lowell Public Library (LH--Vital Statistics, vol. 2, page 45):
For the third time within the week, Lowell has been called upon to mourn the death of one of her brave soldier boys. Last Wednesday morning, Mr. and Mrs. H.H. Lambert received word that their son Floyd was very seriously ill and to come at once. Mr. Lamvert left at once and arrived at the bedside of his son about two hours before he passed away.
Floyd had only been in the service of his country about three weeks when he was called upon to make the great sacrifice. Three times he offered his services voluntarily and each time was rejected on account of his eyesight. Not being content with this he informed his board that if at any time there was a place he could serve his country to call on him. That place was found and he was was sent to Columbus Barracks, Ohio, and we never saw a young man more pleased than was Floyd the morning he left. He was sick only a few days, being afflicted with influenza, which later affected his heart. His remains were brought back to Lowell for burial.
Floyd Lambert, son of Mr. and Mrs. H.H. Lambert, was born in Hammond, August 8, 1895 and died at Columbus Barracks, Ohio, October 16, 1918, at the age of 23 years, 2 months and 8 days. When a small boy he moved with his parents to Lowell where he grew to manhood. He was a graduate of the Lowell High school and later was a clerk at the postoffice. At the time he was called into the service he was working in Hammond. He was a young man who had the respect and esteem of all who knew him, and it was with sincere sorrow that our people learned of his death.
Funeral services were held at the home Monday at 2 p.m. Rev. Charles Scholl, pastor of St. Edward's Catholic church conducted a short prayer service after which the remains were taken to the St. Edward's cemetery for interment. Undertaker Weaver had charge of the burial service.
He leaves to mourn him, his parents, two brothers, Charles, of South Bend, Raymond, of Lowell, and one sister, Helma, of Lowell, and a host of friends.