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Re: UpperHale Larby's
Posted by: george larbey (ID *****2318) Date: May 01, 2004 at 08:07:19
In Reply to: UpperHale Larby's by Bill Vince of 5

Hi In answer to your message on Larby's at upper hale I think there have been Larby/ey's living around the Farnham area since god knows when. I am sure up until about the middle of the 18oo's we were all by's untill my G/Great grandfather George b Frensham 1831 came on the scene. For some unknown reason he put the "E" in my name.My family and no doubt yours came from [1} James Larby who married Mary Grevett at Thursley in 1689. They all had very large families up until My grandfather Kennedy who had 13 children there are a lot of Larby/ey's about the area today. so keep looking. George Larbey


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