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Re: Lassens of Denmark and Connecticut
Posted by: J C (ID *****5526) Date: September 29, 2012 at 14:39:11
In Reply to: Lassens of Denmark and Connecticut by isabel lassen of 115

Are you still looking?

In order to help you find the great-grandfather who was “associated with” the Louis Lunch family in New Haven, you need to give at least SOME information about the great-grandfather - particularly his name - and if possible approximate date of birth, names of his wife and children and their DOBs, where the family lived, etc. The Lunch family must have had many people with whom they were associated in some way. Perhaps you might also clarify what you meant by “associated with.” Did you mean related to?

Louis/Lauritz/Laurits/Lawrence can be Scandinavian/American versions of the same name.
Is this Lawrence Lunch family the family you meant?

1910
New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut
Lawrence Lynch 43 [an Ancestry user correction to Lawrence Lunch]
Bridget 38
John 12
Thomas 9
Lovella 7
Lawrence 5
Margaret 3
Edward Lynch 36


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