I have enjoyed perusing your family website. It's my compliment to you that I share no relation to your auspicious family and yet, it kept me interested and enraptured to, *know more*.
Really like your site and thats because it clean and organized. Often TNG sites can be VERY messy when they have been played around with, yours is very well thought out. Nice!
I really enjoyed visiting your site & found that it to be very user friendly. Very well done. My connection is through Darius Dickinson. I am afraid your dates on his father Amos Dickinson are incorrect. There were two Amos Dickinson; one born before 1710 & the 2nd Amos born about 1736. The 2nd Amos married the Larlee. See Elizabeth Pearson White's book John Howland of the Mayflower Vol.4. I purchased the book recently. It documents Captain John Dickinson & his descendants. Trying to be helpful!
Happy to find the Geneology. To update: My mother, Nancy Elizabeth Larlee (45) married Ralph Garfield Megargel May 30,1028 in New York, New York. He was born in Scranton PA September 18 1881 and died in New York on October 6 1935. My mother died in New York December 20 1973. I was born there September 5, 1930. Married Kate Gray in 1953. Two children: Kate Julia b. October 2 1958 in New York and Ralph Curtis b. June 30, 1932 in Greenwich Conn. Kate Julia married George Purnell November 28,1987 Two issueL: Gregory Loughlin Purnell b. 1960 in Greenwich Conn. and Sarah Ka Kate Purnell
A pleasure to meet all on this site.More to come from me and more from all my lost cousins. LOL DL Stewart
Good to see this back up and running again, it looks great. Will have to spend more time looking the site over.
Great to see the site back up. I was able to register again and find all the information I had entered for the family of William Miller Larlee. I have some more dates of birth, marriage and death for his decendents. I want to get these entered and updated for all to access. Thanks again for your continued efforts Heather. Bruce Larlee
Hi: this site is wonderful!! My husband Tom and I visited Perth-Andover in September and found the Larlee Creek Baptist Church and Cemetary. It was quite overwhelming to wander around so many Larlee names. I had no idea there were so many. My grandmother was Pearl larlee. She had 5 brothers and I think 1 sister. She married Ansel Henry and they had 9 children, my father Arnold being the second born and oldest son. I believe Grover and Pauline are first cousins of my Dad's. I am now hooked on finding out more about the family. Pat (Henry) Simpson
I was interested in our family's name.
My Great Grandfather was brother of Pearl Margaret who married Truman Larlee.
I am the gggggrandson of Darius Dickinson, b 1764 & Mary Larlee, b. Oct. 1792. Looking for living descendents of Duncan Dickinson, b. 1808 of Wakefield and Brighton, Carleton Co. New Brunswick, Canada
I'm wondering if there are any clues to what young "Larlee's" name was before he emigrated. Our family claims he was a compte who was perhaps on the wrong side of religious strife in Europe ... Date of emigration 1695?
While surfing the net I am always on the look-out for great genealogy sites. Your site was great and thank you for sharing all your research with the rest of the world. Thanks again and greetings from PEI. Elisabeth
just browsin and wondering if i am related in anyway?
Great Site!! You've obviously put a lot of work into this to the benefit of many. I'm descended thru Dr. John's daughter Elizabeth, 1786-1859, who married Daniel FALES and lived in NS. I would love to compare notes.
Great site, interesting and easy to navigate!! I believe I am related to Mary McKeen. All of the names, dates and areas add up.
Just getting started but am sure to come back soon. Nice looking Web site!
My great-grandmother, Phoebe Jane Larlee, was married to Benjamin Isaac Adams. Her great-grandfather was Dr. John Larlee. Thank you for preserving our history!!!
Hello Healther, I am Betty Larlee's Granddaughter and have that section of my family tree back to Dr. John Larlee, was really interested in finding out the information about Dr. Larlee himself. Am still hoping that there really is a link to the Bourbon family. I would love to help add family tree information to the site. Let me know how I can help do that.
My father Bernard Morrell worked with Wash Larlee on the railroad and spoke very highly of him.