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Re: Lanphear Family History 1900 Massachusetts
Posted by: Deanna Lanphear (ID *****4658) Date: September 15, 2012 at 17:45:32
In Reply to: Re: Lanphear Family History 1900 Massachusetts by Debbie Reeves Lanphear of 623

I don't really have many other connections than the ones listed in my post to Lisa from a couple of years ago. Albert, Sr did have an older brother Charles E. Lanphear. Their mother was Emma D. Lanphear. I can't find any information on Emma's husband. When Albert, Sr was born, they lived in the Bronx, NY. Then they moved to Pittsfield, Massachusetts. I came across something that led me to believe that Charles' wife was Lillian and they had a daugher Emma L. Lanphear.

In case you haven't come across this yet, I have been finding the misspellings of our Lanphear's as both Lamphear and Sanphear. The cursive L on some of the census sheets has been mistyped as an S when transcribed.

Hopefully this helps you out some. If I come across something else, I'll post here. If you find a link to us in turn I'd sure like to here about it.

Good luck with your journey.

Deanna


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