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Re: Looking for family
Posted by: Karen Larabee (ID *****9982) Date: March 03, 2008 at 16:04:18
In Reply to: Re: Looking for family by Glenda Nothnagle of 257

Hi Glenda,

My name is Karen Larabee and I believe we are also related.

My line is Greenfield [1] Larrabee + Phoebe Browne > Greenfield [2] Larabee + Alice Parke > Thomas Thurston Larrabee + Mary Willett > Wilett Larabee + Dorothy Clarke > Eleazer Larrabee, Sr. + Mary Lamb > Eleazer Larabee, Jr. + Mary Grant > Nathaniel Larabee + Delena Dilly Aldrich > George Larabee + Sarah Jane Oyer > Clarence E Larabee + Elizabeth R Castle > William George Larabee + Myrtle Van Fossen > Edward Franklin Larabee + Iva Pearl Currier > Kenneth Dale Larabee + Beverly Ola Beal > Larry Lee Larabee + Debbie Lea Thomas > then me! I am 27 years old and live in SW Iowa.

It looks like Eleazer Larrabee, Sr was married twice. He first married Mary Lamb and they had Eleazer Jr. She passed away and in the same year he married Sarah Hall whom he had it looks to be 6 children with, including Asaph. That is where our line separates. Very distant but something definite we can track, that's amazing!
I have just started looking up information today and have found out so much. My great-grandmother (Iva Pearl) had started a tree starting from my great-grandfather going down to my generation and so it was a good start since I knew where they were born, died and what years it happened in. I havenít found anything out about Susannah Larabee/Berkeley yet but I will keep trying. Good luck!

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