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Re: Larkin Family
Posted by: Ralph Connors (ID *****9163) Date: June 25, 2008 at 08:00:43
In Reply to: Larkin Family by Chris O'Hara of 297

These Larkin ancestors were likely married in Ireland around 1838 +/- 4 yrs. They likely had children in Ireland. The Famine started in 1845 and lasted thru the early 1850s. Many Irish migrated to England to escape.

Do you have a maiden namefor Margaret? Do you have placenames associated with their life in Ireland?

For Patrick Larkin (+variants), there are 427 B rcds and 171 M rcds associated with this name. Since their B dates are so early, it is unlikely the events were rcd'd. However, the marriage rcds MAY have been as would the B events for their children; these are at the ragged edge of geneological rcds for Ireland.

Find some definitive info and repost.



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