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Re: Larkes in Norfolk and an odd family story
Posted by: Susan Cann (ID *****5099) Date: April 15, 2012 at 13:39:56
In Reply to: Larkes in Norfolk and an odd family story by Ruth Bowler of 69

Hello, I recently came across the name Susannah Margerum Larke, in association with Frederick John Skoulding Cann. It appears he was a tutor to her - she was the deaf daughter of Samuel Cann (1781- 1854) and Henrietta Maria (Margerum) Cann, daughter of Samuel Margerum. I also have a photo of a memorial plaque in remembrance of F.S.J. Cann and S. Margerum Larke.

My branch of the Canns originates from Wymondham, Norfolk.


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