I think I have quite a bit of info for you. Here we go:
Matthew LeGrow and Hannah Butt married: 18 December 1845 witnesses to their marriage: William Butt and Thomas Mulley
Children of Matthew and Hannah: 1. Mark LeGrow b. 1 April 1847 in Broad Cove 2. Eli LeGrow b. 11 Feb 1850 in Broad Cove ( I think he married a Mary Ann, will have to do a bit more digging for that) 3. Leah LeGrow b. 2 Nov 1852 in Broad Cove 4. Sarah Churchill LeGrow b. 4 Sept 1855 in Broad Cove 5. Thomas Butt LeGrow b. 20 April 1858 in Broad Cove 6. Elizabeth LeGrow b. 31 July 1861 in Bradley's Cove 7. James LeGrow b. 9 June 1864 in Broad Cove
These are the kids I can find. There may be more, but I didn't see them listed.A lot of these kids are also listed as having spouses, I just didn't have the time to look them all up yet. I am including the address for the website where I found these dates below.
James LeGrow and Emma Jane Baggs married: 19 December 1889 witnesses to the marriage were: Naomi Moores, Thomas B. LeGrow (James' Uncle) and Moses Baggs.
James and Emma's children:
1. Thomas Charles House LeGrow b.16 July 1891 in Broad Cove 2. Allen LeGrow b. 15 July 1893 in Broad Cove 3. Matthew Snowden LeGrow b. 30 June 1895 in Broad Cove South
Again they could have had more children, but I didn't see anymore listed.
All of this information came from a GREAT website that I will list here for you. They have the parish records transcribed there from the Blackhead United Methodist Church. Most births and marriages and some deaths are recorded there from Broad Cove, Mulley's Cove, Black Head, Adam's Cove and some other places. I think this was the only Methodist church in the area for a while. Unfortunately the dates only go back to 1842 and as far forward as 1900. I couldn't find Emma's birth date anywhere, and I also looked for Matthew's, but he must have been born in the late 1820's. His first child was born in 1847 and he was married in 1845. That's why I don't believe he was born in the 1840's. I'm fairly certain we are connected some how, especially through any Baggs or LeGrow line. The Moores, LeGrowes, Baggses, Thistles, Butt's and Kings all married each other like crazy there in Broad Cove. I will do some more digging to see what I can come up with. I hope this helped! I would love to chat with you. I have some really strong connections to some people here in the states as well as Newfoundland that have a lot of family that are LeGrow's. Please contact me at my e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are two web sites that have helped me immenseley and here are their addresses. Hope to hear from you soon!Tina