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Re: John D. Larabee and the Michigan Larabees from mid 1800's
Posted by: Rae Swan (ID *****6599) Date: January 12, 2005 at 17:31:04
In Reply to: Re: John D. Larabee and the Michigan Larabees from mid 1800's by Mary Larabee of 257

Mary, I'd love to know more about John D. Larbee and his ancestors too. Have quite a bit of info on Seneca and Cyrus as I am descended from both of them, but Merrit, Nathan, Rueben and Nancy are mysteries other than Rueben married Sarah Kelly. I visited the Cedar Creek Cemetery this fall and took pictures of the graves. Some are unreadable from the pictures so guess I'll have to go back this summer and get rubbings or something. I'll keep digging and if I come up with anything that will help you I'll let you know. One thing I do know is that Cyrus' son, Franklin P. Larabee is refered to in a couple of sources as the Frenchmen. I know that parts of my family come from Ontario, Canada and some from the east coast, but most of this line says, born in NY. so don't know where the French connection (so to speak) came from. Larabee is a French name, so there is possibilities!
Hope we can connect with something.

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