The Larry King Genealogy Home Page
Dedicated to Patricia Trolinger of Miami, OK who got the ball rolling
Search for Names
Welcome to the King Family Genealogy website!
Thanks for visiting! This site is
dedicated to the
genealogical research of Larry King, his ancestors
and their descendants.
My hope is to document their lives from
their native countries into the US and their migration throughout
the country. Your interest, information and photo input are appreciated.
The Azens and Krauses found opportunity in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
area in the late 1800's and early 1900's, sailing for America from Russia,
Hungary and Romania. Their lines are now included under separate Trees
all coming together when the webmaster married Barbara Krause in 1997.
Azen and Krause Families
Gamache is an old family name associated with the royalty of France in the Middle Ages. This family is fairly unique in that virtually
all individuals in North America with this name are descended from one man, Nicolas Gamache, who emigrated to New France (Quebec Province,
Canada) in 1635. Today, the name is more prevalent in Canada and North Amercia than it is in France. If you are a member of this family,
you can have the relationship calculator on this site determine your exact relationship with any other member of the family. It is my
intent to document every Gamache to have lived in North America.
order to protect the privacy of living individuals,
names of living individuals are shown
Login IDs are required to access data for these people.
While every attempt has
been made to protect a living individual's privacy, there may be instances
where errors exist. If you notice any personal information on this
site regarding living individuals, please contact webmaster and the information
will be removed. No login ID is required to view other data.
Unknown Cousins Added
I have added a slideshow collection of French Canadian ancestors
and undoubtedly some of their friends as well. I received this album
some years ago from
a now-deceased cousin who had it in their
basement. They knew it would be valuable to someone someday but
apparently never showed it around. The problem
that only one is identified by a notation and that is not even
family (that I can tell). You can view the SLIDESHOW
| Memoir of Father Clifford King, SVD missionary in Papua, New Guinea and China
|| Anecdotal Duquette family history and family recipes
|| Updated version of the original Duquette Cookbook with memories of Alice, Richard and Rose Marie Hauke
|| Gamache History from Europe to New France translated from the original French-language version; Written by Lise and Lisette Gamache
|| More Gamache History from Europe to New France; Written by Gerald Lee Gamache
|| Research of Lise and Lisette Gamache published in French in 1994