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Dear Joan and Listers,
Thanks to Joan for her work keeping us together...
On our LARKINS research, the subject is a Patrick Larkins, b. Ireland,
and possibly a James. I found an arrival in Bath, Maine, USA for Patrick and
James in 1827 on the Brig "Splendid."
Our Patrick appeared in Wallingford, Connecticut, USA in 1828 with a
land purchase and a marriage to a local girl, Urania HULL, in Feb 1829.
Their children were Margaret, b. 1829; George, b. 1834; Henry, b.1836;
and Oscar, b. 1838.
Many of the descendants still live in Connecticut.
I found a reference to a James LARKINS who died "early" (because his
death was listed in one of the early record books), but I have not gotten back
to Connecticut to check out that lead.
Thanks for the opportunity to provide our searches. Carolyn Larkins
> I am interested in the Larkins family that came from Boston to NC. They
> married into the Rowe family. I'm interested in the New Hanover county, NC Rowes
> and Larkins.
> Carrie Rowe
New Hanover County NC sounds very familiar to me, I "may" have a
connection there. Do you have a Thomas P. LARKINS or a James LARKINS
from New Hanover? Below is a quote of an email that I received from
another researcher about two years ago. I have not been able to find any
additional info relating to New Hanover.
> Thomas P. Larkins was born in North Carolina (I suspect it was New Hanover
> CO. area North of Wilmington, perhaps near Long Creek) about 1819. He
> married Jane Stoudenmire born in Alabama about 1824 (I suspect in Autauga
> Co.); she was daughter of Lewis Stoudenmire or (..mier).
Please let me know if any of this may be connected to your line.
Charles Larkins, Jr.
Researching: LARKIN/S, BIGGERS, WYLIE, NEDAB, COWART, BYRD, APPLIN,
GREEN, MITCHELL, STINSON, EDWARDS. All from Alabama, Pike & Coffee
BIGGERS from Bullock & Macon County Alabama.
GILYARD/GILLYARD from Fernandina Beach FL, Montgomery County Pennsylvania
LARKIN/S from Elba in Coffee County Alabama.
TAYLOR from Montgomery County Pennsylvania
ROBERTS from Nassau County Florida, Montgomery County Pennsylvania and GA
You asked for a larkins roll call, so here are mine.
Zacheriah LARKINS (born bet 1819-1824) , Hatley cochays, Bedfordshire, father William LARKINS
married Louisa GRIGGS, 1826 Loughton Essex. Father James GRIGGS.....Married 1847 Cheshurst herts
Louisa LARKINS - 1847 harrow on the hill
married William DULLEY
Zacharia William LARKINS, circ 1848 Aston Shropshire, married Agnes CREANE
daughter Florence LARKINS cir 1886 Lewisham Kent
Charles LARKINS, cir 1853, Egham SURREY
Royal Marine Married Lucy ??
Walter LARKINS 1854 - 1875 born Egham Surrey
Caroline LARKINS, cir 1856 Egham Surrey
George LARKINS, 1859, Egham Surrey
Alice LARKINS, 1861 Egham Surrey, married Alfred JARMAN
Anyone even suspect they know these people, would love to hear from you.
Wear a smile and have friends, wear a frown and have wrinkles (Vet virus checked and updated daily)DULLEY,Msx, London,Kent, Berks, Oxon, Surrey, GRIGGS -Essex +KEENE-London + HILLIER/WORWOOD Kent,Birmingham,Dorset, LARKINS, Essex, Shropshire, Kent, Surrey,Msx PARKER - West Sussex/Kent SEAGRAVES -West sussex, STROUD -Sussex+
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