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Larrick family history : of the Virginia pioneers, Casper Larrick and John Larrick, and their descendants

by W. Donald Larrick
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Yuma, Arizona : W.D. Yarrick, 1988
ca. 250 leaves : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps (some col.), ports.

Notes

Revised edition, with additions and changes, of 1984 publication.

Bibliography: leaves ii-iii and interspersed notes.

John Larrick (1694-1782) and his son, Casper Larrick (1714-1801), Huguenots, immigrated from the Alsace-Lorraine area of France or Germany to New Castle, Delaware. They later settled in Frederick County, Virginia, where Casper married twice. Descendants and relatives also lived in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes Cryder (Crider, Krider), Flaningam, Gregg, Hammock, Kendall, LaFollett (LaFollette), McIlwee, Nicholson, Pugh, Rosenberger, Secrest and related families.

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