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Re: Royal Larabee emigrated to Ontario
Posted by: Rob Larabee Date: July 24, 2001 at 06:46:52
In Reply to: Re: Royal Larabee emigrated to Ontario by Tammy St.Pierre of 257

Hello Tammy, its me Rob. I could not find that spelling anywhere in our book but I'm not surprised at that. The area you are talking about is/was heavily settled by Abenaki Indians and at the time they often would try to hide any Indian connection because of discrimination. I know there is a George Larrabee who is a part of the Abenaki Indians in Swanton and the St. Pierre family is the elder family. You might try the Abenaki council since it sounds like you are connected. This looks interesting, please keep in touch and I'll send along anything I find. Most of my family were around the Albany, VT and Craftsbury area.
-r-



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