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Lambton is the name of several places and people:
- Anne Lambton (born 1954), an actress.
- Antony Lambton (1922-2006), formerly 6th Earl of Durham and later claimed Viscount Lambton, disclaimed his earldom under the terms of the Peerage Act 1963
- Edward Lambton, 7th Earl of Durham (born 1961), or Ned Lambton, is the current Earl of Durham.
- Frederick Lambton, 4th Earl of Durham (1855-1929), a British politician.
- George Lambton, 2nd Earl of Durham (1828-1879), a British peer.
- Hedworth Lambton (1856-1929), a British naval officer, changed his name to Hedworth Meux in 1910 for inheritance purposes.
- John Lambton (1710-1794), a British army officer and Member of Parliament.
- John Lambton, 1st Earl of Durham (1792-1840), a British colonial administrator.
- John Lambton, 3rd Earl of Durham (1855-1928), a British peer.
- John Lambton, 5th Earl of Durham (1884-1970), a British peer.
- Lucinda Lambton, writer, photographer and broadcaster
- William Henry Lambton (1764-1797), a British Member of Parliament.
- William Lambton (c.1756 – 1823), surveyor
- Lambton, Tyne and Wear, village in Washington, home of the Lambton Worm
- Lambton Castle, a stately home near Chester-le-Street in County Durham
- New Lambton, County Durham, village
- Lambton County, Ontario
- Lambton College, Sarnia (Lambton County), Ontario
- Lambton Neighbourhood, Toronto, neighbourhood in Toronto
- Lambton, Québec, a municipality in Québec
- Lambton Harbour, one of the arms of Wellington Harbour
- Lambton Quay, Wellington, one of the main streets of Wellington
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