Ed, Be happy to accommodate you any way I can.I borrowed Dad's [ancient] copy of the History of Durham (Maine) by Everett Stackpole and have begun to skim through the text.It is much more fascinating than I anticipated which means I'm reading more and skimming less.
Perhaps you could help me get started with this project.To annotate my branch of the tree, my thought was to follow the models I've seen on this page by listing out the relationships, putting in dates and other data as available.I also considered working up a file in Excel but don't see a way to post files to this page.If you've got a template or even a preferred way that you keep track, I could try to follow that.As a newbie to the genealogy world, you'll find me open to advice and direction!
The Durham clan is a small one.We grew up (in Hudson, Massachusetts) never hearing the Larrabee name except on visits to Durham.As adults, of course, it is amazing how many times we are asked if we're related to....Now, I just say, "yes, that's my cousin."
I would love to meet you when you come to Boston on a visit.Just drop me a note when you have an itinerary. Regards, Joyce email@example.com