Ole Larson's Folks

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Early life My second great-grandfather was born in Sunbury, Ohio, on 15 November 1819. Click here to view his place in the family tree. His father, Lawrence Myers, and uncle William, had recently co-founded the town of Sunbury, Lawrence had…

Family Tree search capability … has finally arrived on the home page and other content pages. This is a big upgrade, and long overdue. Now in each page’s sidebar, you can enter a first and/or last name (partial names will…

Father of Ole Larson, thus my second great grandfather, and the “Lars” from which our “Larson” surname sprang.. Click here to view his place in the family tree. Other than his name, little was known of Lars Paulson until cousin…

Please comment when you find something broken! After a very long hiatus, I am refurbishing the site. You will notice cosmetic changes (colors, fonts, graphics) changing frequently. I will TRY to keep things functional (with your help); especially the family…

Prologue On the website of the Regional State Archive of Hamar, Norway, is a remarkable story, written in English, about a woman who was imprisoned in Oslo (Christiania) at the same time as Anne Larsdatter Skurdal, and whose story parallels…

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