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Re: 20th century Larrances in the USA
Posted by: Debra Johnson (ID *****3610) Date: February 22, 2004 at 12:13:01
In Reply to: 20th century Larrances in the USA by Carol Vidales of 9

Hi- I know where there are some Larrance's. My 1/2 Aunts & 1/2 cousins in OK & TX.

I always thought my G.Grandfather Larrance was mine. I found out as an older child that his son-in-law, my maternal Grandfather (Parker) married 2 times. My mother was from his first wife who died shortly after childbirth. He remarried a Maude Larrance & they had 3 more girls. I thought she was my real grandmother too. Maude's elderly father Grandpa Larrance lived with them. He had a company Larrance Tank Corporation & passed it on to his Larrance family. I heard the story that he was in the OK land rush, but I don't know where he originated. Maude had a brother Earl Larrance, who had 2 children & were in Lawton ,OK. Earl's son was Ricky Larrance. My 1/2 Aunt is studying her Parker line & may wish to expand to the Larrance line (& may know a lot already). Don't know if this family is related to yours, but will send you my Aunt's email if interested. Debby in VA


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