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Re: Elizabeth Ann Laraby/Larabee of Ontario, Canada
Posted by: Nora McLean (ID *****2804) Date: May 06, 2008 at 09:47:02
In Reply to: Elizabeth Ann Laraby/Larabee of Ontario, Canada by Rieta Kellenbeck Ebberts of 257

Rieta, I am trying to stay on track with how everyone is connected as I work through this, and my head is ready to explode, so I will only post briefly- I am working on families Laraby, Killenback (spelled many ways) Shaw, Monds, Slack.

Some of these families were from Lansdowne in Leeds County but the funny thing is they have a connection also to Barrie in Frontenac (or Addington, a boundary thing) County, and also to Plevna and Clarendon and to Kennebec.

I think that your Elizabeth Laraby could be a daughter of Seth Laraby and Hester Loyst who got married in Napanee in Lennox & Addington County, lived at Sheffield in L & A County, and moved to Kennebec. One of their sons died in Kent County, Ont.

I will post more about this, just let me get the rest of my research done here this morning. I might be able to shed some light on the Shaw family, Mary Killenbeck, children of George and William Killenbeck, etc.

How strange how this all happened that I got working on these families, was looking for one piece of info and you know how that goes...

Nora in Alberta


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