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20th century Larrances in the USA
Posted by: Carol Vidales (ID *****3561) Date: May 11, 2002 at 06:44:26
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As best I can tell, nearly all the individuals (since about 1900 in the USA, and many before then) who spell their surname LARRANCE are descended from my Larrance/Lawrence family. John Larrance (1725-1800) was born in Northumberland County, VA and moved from there to Prince William Co. VA about 1738 with his parents, Edward and Sarah Larrance. Around 1750 John moved to central NC, to what is now Randolph Co. Most of his children had switched from Larrance to Lawrence by the time they died, except for 2 sons. Those two sons are the ancestors (I believe) of all or nearly all the Larrances in the USA today. If you are a Larrance, please write me!

My homepage:
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/v/i/d/Carol-L-Vidales/index.html?Welcome=1007421488

My Worldconnect file at Rootsweb:
http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=larrance&I11.x=42&I11.y=9


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