I just took another look at the Somerset County 1810 Census for Turkeyfoot Township and saw a lot of names that now match up with the William E. Larkins family who was married to Rachel Reed Larkins.I note that Rachel Reed's father, Jeremiah Reed, is in this Township in 1810 and I have seen a will for him at the Reed website listing his children, parents and siblings.William E. and Rachel Reed Larkins named their first born son after Jeremiah Reed. Then there are the following who were related to Rachel Reed Larkins via her sisters in Turkeyfoot Township:Ream, Dusenberg and Melick.Also is a Mitchell and Jeremiah Reed's sister, Elsie, married a man named Mitchell.There was also a JP named Mitchell from this Township.Don't know if this adds to the confusion or helps clear it up.I was looking for a Guilinger/Gerlinger (son of Catherine Gerlinger perhaps before she married a James Larkins.)I looked in Turkeyfoot Township to see if we could sort this out sort of but did not find a Martin or a Ludwig Guilinger/Gerlinger in Turkeyfoot Township.Perhaps Martin or Ludwig Guilinger were in another township of Somerset or the records for Turkeyfoot Township of Somerset County that I was looking at are not complete.Anyway, more pieces to confuse and interest. Obviously, Rachel Reed and William E. had a strong tie to Turkeyfoot Township of Somerset County, PA, at least through her parents.It is possible that another James Larkins, not related to our William E., might have been living there and our William E.'s parents might have lived somewhere else but it is possible too that William E.'s parents are the James Larkins Jr. family in Turkeyfoot Township.However, I just don't know how to reconcile the James of Catherine and James Larkins with the family of William E. as it is doubtful that Catherine and James are William E.'s parents. Still don't know for sure which James Larkins family is the one in Turkeyfoot Township of Somerset County and which James Larkins was in Salisbury Township of Lancaster County, Pa in 1810.Open for new information that sheds some more light on this whole thing.