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Larche

Jeanie Hardin (View posts)
Posted: 9 Sep 1998 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: LARCHE, Chaney, Smithe
Eugene Larche in St John Parish 1850 Census. Wantto find his
connection to my GGG-grandfather, Dr. Napoleon Larche,b.abt
1819 d. 1853. Dr Larche had 5 children: Napoleon E. LarcheJr, Emma S. Larche, Olivia E. Larche, Adelaide "Addie" Larche, and my GG-grandmother, Mary H'Eloise "Mollie" Larche. Thank you. jmh@seine.com

Re: Larche

Posted: 20 Apr 2002 3:54AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 16 Aug 2003 6:26PM GMT
Surnames: Larche Norcop Harvey StGeorge
Great Grand Mother Lena Adeline Larche b: 28 Oct 1864 Louisiana d: 7 June 1952 I suspect in the El Paso/Southern New Mexico area. Married to Albert Drury Norcop. This is all I know about this branch of the family and I would like to discover much more.

Re: Larche

Posted: 22 May 2003 2:25PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Larche,Morney
Not exactly sure about any connection. Eugene Larche was born about 1850 and was married to Julie Morney, according to the 1880 Soundex index. They lived on Canal St. at 13 1/2 Roman St.
Children were: Philemine,Sylvanie,Marie and Antoinette.
According to the 1870 census, Adelaide Larche, aged 90, lived in Plaquemines, New Orleans.

Re: Larche

jean christophe (View posts)
Posted: 18 Jul 2003 7:31AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: jean christophe pascal
I'm happy to see that I have some family that I don't knwon I like to find the family,(mauritius)

Re: Larche

Posted: 3 Apr 2008 11:37PM GMT
Classification: Query
i too am researching Larche, Adeline Chaney married Napolean Eugene Larche one daughter Laura Sarah Larche married Robert Byron Jones, they moved during the civil war to Texas and some went to New Mexico I have just started the Larche/Jones line. my line came Fresno California. Would love any infomation any one has.

Re: Larche

Posted: 17 Jul 2012 7:01PM GMT
Classification: Query
I was once told a "cousin Napoleon" married a black woman and was considered "black sheep"in the family. .
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