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I have an 8x14 photo of a group of relatives attending the LARKINS Family
in Findlay, Ohio and is dated August 27, 1936. Photo taken by Smith of
There are about 45 adults and 15 teenagers and children. I can only
indentify one or two of the people since it was several years before I was
Willing to send scanned copies or photo copies and/or exchange information.
Photo may be viewed at this site and other family data.
Mt. Morris, Michigan
Does anyone see a connection?
Judy in BC, Canada
I have the marriage certificate of WILLIAM LARKING and AGNES DAVIS and am
looking for their descendants. The marriage was solemnized at St. Nicholas
Church, in the Parish of Plumstead, in the County of Kent on June 4, 1898.
William was aged at 28 yrs., a bachelor, a machinist, and his residence was
18 Parkdale Rd. William's father was Alfred Larking and was a blacksmith.
Agnes was aged at 25 yrs., spinster, and lived at 18 Parkdale Road. Agnes'
father's name was Alfred Davis. I have information on Agnes' family as she
was my grandfather's sister. The marriage took place at St. Nicholas Church,
rites and ceremonies of the Established Church after the Banns. The marriage
took place in the presence of Frank Larking and Julia Davis the bride's
sister. I look foreward to hearing from anyone who may have information on
Julia and William's family.