The closest quick match I find is John Lampert and LIzzie Lampert. In the 1892 New York State Census, John (age 34) and LIzzie (age 32) are living in Brooklyn, Ward 21. John's occupation is "Painter". Young LIzzie is age 8.
The 1900 US. Census for the same family gives Lizzie's birth month and year as March 1884. By then John has died and LIzzie is enumerated as being a widow.
There is a baptismal record for a Anna Elisabeth Lampert who was born 13 Mar 1884 to John Lampert and Elisabeth Kammerer, 121 Delancy Street.
Thanks. I believe the information you have provided is accurate and answers my question.
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I believe that this is what you are searching for. Sometimes the last names are transcribed incorrectly. But you should be able to get a copy of Anna's birth from New York City Archives New York, New York City Births, 1846-1909
Birth of daughter Anna, March 13 1884 to John Lambert (Lampert??)and Elisabeth Kaemerer (Kammerer??)
Birth of Daughter 1889. no name listed Lampert, "New York, New York City Births, 1846-1909" (familysearch.org)
birth of son Johann Lampert.....Elisabeth Kaemerer in entry for Johann Lampert, "New York Births and Christenings, 1640-1962" • FamilySearch
Death of daughter Kathryn Charlotte Lambert (spelling) born 1887 Kathryn Charlotte Lambert, "New York, New York City Municipal Deaths, 1795-1949" (familysearch.org)
In the interest of accuracy, i can provide the following. My grandmother, Anna Lampert, was a widow living with two of her younger maiden sisters. I knew them as great aunts Katie and Carrie. I never knew about a brother Johann. My grandmother died on 5/20/1952. She was survived by her sisters. When I was about 20, in 1964, I attended the funeral for one of the sisters.