In terms of Larsen after 1871 and before the 1881 census In 1881 Hanson ae
29 was married to Agusta? Ae 19- and they have 2 children: Alfred ae 3 and William ae 1 - Section lists Hans as Danish - and I remember hearing that there were a number of Danish who originally settled in Hillsborough county and I am not sure where you might find that info Maybe the Albert County Museum - anyway my understanding is that many left and came out West once the lands were open - Many settled west of Red Deer in the Markerville/Dixon Alberta area - you might want to read the following link and perhaps it could give you some further clues - http://culture.alberta.ca/heritage/resourcemanagement/histor...
I have an Augusta Jonah dau of Benjamin Jonah and Susan Lutz - I don't have Marriage or other date or name od spouse but this might help in various census research Can't find my 1891 census of Albert county - but the Jonah family is in the
1871 census Here is a link to Agustahttps://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M4M6-WB2
Even though not listed here they were Parents Benjamin, Susan Children: Eleanor, Catharine, Havelock, Mary A, William, Augsta, and Maud In 1901. The Jonah families that came from Germany via Philadelphia in 1766. These 7 families include: the Stiefs, Lutz,Becks,Copple,Jones/h,Ricker, Treitz. These famiies are considered the Permanent Settlers.
Here is the family in 1901
Larsen Annie 19 NB ALBERT Hillsborough e-3 4 10
Larsen Archie 4 NB ALBERT Hillsborough e-3 4 14
Larsen Augusta 39 NB ALBERT Hillsborough e-3 4 8
Larsen Carl 16 NB ALBERT Hillsborough e-3 4 11
Larsen Gordon 6 NB ALBERT Hillsborough e-3 4 13
Larsen Hans F 47 NB ALBERT Hillsborough e-3 4 7
Larsen Mabel 9 NB ALBERT Hillsborough e-3 4 12
Larsen Roy 23 NB ALBERT Hillsborough e-3 4 9
1911 census is posted at the following site http://automatedgenealogy.com/census11/SurnameSearch.jsp?sur...
I too can go back further with the Jonah family
Hope my note above is helpful - contact firstname.lastname@example.org
if I can help.