3rd Generation Larsons (and their friends)

I’m getting the page started for the 3rd generation timeline for the Larsons and their friends.  This timeline page is incomplete.  I just needed to get it started in order to get my thoughts organized as I start writing about Dave and Mary’s children and others in the Larson line (and their friends).

Anthony (Tony) Larson – Velma (Murdoch) Larson

They had eight children, and since I couldn’t make the lines work, I’m just listing the kids out.

  • Ned (08/1888)
  • Sean (10/1890)
  • Tilly  (03/1893)
  • Flint (01/1895)
  • Lea (03/1898)
  • Garnet (11/1900)
  • Walt (12/1903)
  • Roxie (04/1905)

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Isaac Larson – Emily (Craftsman) Larson

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Esther                                Lisa                          Jerry                                 Amos

(Nov. 5 1893)                        (1895)                       (1898)                               (1901)

 

About Ruth Ann Nordin

Ruth Ann Nordin mainly writes historical western romances and Regencies. From time to time, she branches out to contemporaries romances and other genres (such as science fiction thrillers). For more information, please go to www.ruthannnordin.com or check out https://ruthannnordinauthorblog.wordpress.com.
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2 Responses to 3rd Generation Larsons (and their friends)

  1. This is really neat how you do your timeline. I guess it would be hard to keep up with three generations if you didn’t have something like this to go by. You’ll be writing forever with all these ideas you have!

    • I started doing a timeline because readers wanted to know who was who and who had which kids. LOL It was a huge pain in the butt when I first started it because I had to go through about five published books and dig out dates and names. But now I am glad I did it because all I have to do is add a couple of things to it when I write a new book. I just started a bare bones outline for the Regency books. I don’t plan to do a family tree off of them, but I do need to keep everyone straight and the dates things happened. I still have a long ways to go to get it right, though. 😀

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