I don't know the answer to this dilemma. I have not researched anything on the Largen family other than Nancy Largen/Larkin married Clyde Moore. Maybe the brother-in-law connotation on the 1930 Census meant that John Largen was considered an in-law (on the census) when he was living with Will and Louada Messer because John's sister (Nancy Largen) was married to Louada's brother, Clyde Moore. How confusing is that....I wish I could be more helpful to you.
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