I acidentally came across your posting in GenForum. I was looking for something else when it caught my eye.
My g-g-g-grandfather is Alfred S. Langille (or Langil, Langill, Langiell) I've seen it spelled every way. In the end it is spelled Langiell. He was from Nova Scotia and moved to the greater Boston area. In the 1900 census, his son, Alfred Reuben Langiell lived directly next door to your Warren Langiell. Although Alfred never lived in Reading, his son Alfred Raymond did up until his death. Now it lists both Warren and Alfred Sr. as harness makers, and I know from naturalization records that Alfred S. Langille was also a harness maker...I am forced to believe that they are very closely related, the only possibilities are that Warren, b. 1858, and the first Alfred, b. 1847, were brothers or maybe cousins. I know that Alfred arrived in the country (the first time, because I think he went back) in 1863, and Warren came in 1868. I am convinced they are related, but I would have to look into Warren's parents some more.
Is that all the information you have on Warren? If I could get some more that would be great. What is your connection to these Langiell's?
My line is:
Alfred Langiell b. 1847 - Elizabeth Ruhland
Alfred Langiell b. 1872 - Ethrilla Smith
Eva Langiell b. 1091 - George Little
Robert Little b. 1927 - Kathleen Prout
Stephen Little b. 1954 - Deborah Woods
me Stephen Little II
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