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  • ID: I12892
  • Name: Elizabeth Elisabeth VOCK
  • Given Name: Elizabeth Elisabeth
  • Surname: Vock
  • Sex: F
  • _UID: 19BAC6C4A1B1417B915CABE587F6F91F7DD8
  • _FSFTID: 4ZHV-CHG
  • Change Date: 10 SEP 2013
  • Note:
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    2013 paper family group sheets of Mrs. Virginia C. Hanks who still does postal
    genealogical query answering at 908 E. Seattle Ave, Ellensburg WA 98926;
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    !Heinemann and Hilby ancestry family historian:
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    2005 Mrs. Hanks received family group sheets written 2 Aug 2005 (same addr. in 2013) by Coral Lee HILBY 2520 Island Dr NW, Olympia WA 98502 ;

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    emigration:
    when 20 years old, Laura and 1 older sister were sent from Gollendorf, Silesia
    to fetch back to Germany older sisters--who in turn had been sent to accompany
    to America a brother who had gotteninto trouble in Silesia. All the girls
    decided to stay here! [in America]; Laura married Martin Holznagel a year
    after emigration and settled in the Waukon area of eastern Lincoln Co. WA;

    -
    GOOD: W.Forsythe posted the Childers sisters' compilation because those results
    were the most difficult ancestral linkages I've ever personally experienced
    someone discovering by perseverance. Most of their ancestors in the colonial
    south were so dirt poor that they never owned land; so the family linkages were
    discovered e.g. by stock brand records etc. of what ear notches meant the horse
    was owned by which poor farmer. I (Forsythe) wrote a colonial article in
    National Genealogical Society Quarterly 84 (1996): 182-199, but some of the
    Childers sisters' research is way beyond the family difficulties I ever faced;
    -------------------------------------------------------------
    If y'all want to ask more details about this compilation:
    The best way is to write to the postal mail addresses below,as long as they are
    able to correspond (after all, they did the research!) but you are welcome to
    email the " computerizer" of this database, Mr. Forsythe--and he'll try to
    convey your message to Mrs. Kunz or Mrs. Hanks.;
    -------------------------------------------
    oct 2006 for now Forsythe just copies the general list of documentation sources
    listed in the Childers sisters' family publications (below)
    COMPILED BY VIRGINIA C. HANKS REVISED 2005
    SEEN IN kITTITAS COUNTY GENEALOGICAL SOC. LIBRARY 2006 ELLENSBURG WA;
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Mrs. Hanks, 908 Seattle, Ellensburg WA 98926 has loads of
    documentation summarized by her:
    personal knowledge
    data told by Guy&Anna Childers, Sally Childers, Marie Williams, Frank Holznagel
    Lincoln and Spokane County [WA state] vital records and church records
    parish records of Silesia, Germany on microfilm at Family History Center,
    Salt Lake City, Utah
    research done by Paul Gilbert, Pat Searight, Joaseph Collins Oldham,
    Richard C. Stephenson, John B. Conrad, Lori Piercefield Fox, Lorlei K. Melke,
    John Wren, Ruth Rawlings, Jeanne Jackson, Donna Maxine Gilmer, Barbara McQueen,
    Marie Williams and Paul Williams;

    2013 granddaughter Virginia C. Hanks 908 E. Seattle Ave, Ellensburg WA 98926 ;
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    2013 paper family group sheets of Mrs. Virginia C. Hanks who still does postal
    genealogical query answering at 908 E. Seattle Ave, Ellensburg WA 98926;

    -

    http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/19145042/person/20451467031?ssrc=

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    -
    emigration:
    when 20 years old, Laura and 1 older sister were sent from Gollendorf, Silesia
    to fetch back to Germany older sisters--who in turn had been sent to accompany
    to America a brother who had gotteninto trouble in Silesia. All the girls
    decided to stay here! [in America]; Laura married Martin Holznagel a year
    after emigration and settled in the Waukon area of eastern Lincoln Co. WA;

    -
    GOOD: W.Forsythe posted the Childers sisters' compilation because those results
    were the most difficult ancestral linkages I've ever personally experienced
    someone discovering by perseverance. Most of their ancestors in the colonial
    south were so dirt poor that they never owned land; so the family linkages were
    discovered e.g. by stock brand records etc. of what ear notches meant the horse
    was owned by which poor farmer. I (Forsythe) wrote a colonial article in
    National Genealogical Society Quarterly 84 (1996): 182-199, but some of the
    Childers sisters' research is way beyond the family difficulties I ever faced;
    -------------------------------------------------------------
    If y'all want to ask more details about this compilation:
    The best way is to write to the postal mail addresses below,as long as they are
    able to correspond (after all, they did the research!) but you are welcome to
    email the " computerizer" of this database, Mr. Forsythe--and he'll try to
    convey your message to Mrs. Kunz or Mrs. Hanks.;
    -------------------------------------------
    oct 2006 for now Forsythe just copies the general list of documentation sources
    listed in the Childers sisters' family publications (below)
    COMPILED BY VIRGINIA C. HANKS REVISED 2005
    SEEN IN kITTITAS COUNTY GENEALOGICAL SOC. LIBRARY 2006 ELLENSBURG WA;
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Mrs. Hanks, 908 Seattle, Ellensburg WA 98926 has loads of
    documentation summarized by her:
    personal knowledge
    data told by Guy&Anna Childers, Sally Childers, Marie Williams, Frank Holznagel
    Lincoln and Spokane County [WA state] vital records and church records
    parish records of Silesia, Germany on microfilm at Family History Center,
    Salt Lake City, Utah
    research done by Paul Gilbert, Pat Searight, Joaseph Collins Oldham,
    Richard C. Stephenson, John B. Conrad, Lori Piercefield Fox, Lorlei K. Melke,
    John Wren, Ruth Rawlings, Jeanne Jackson, Donna Maxine Gilmer, Barbara McQueen,
    Marie Williams and Paul Williams;

    2013 granddaughter Virginia C. Hanks 908 E. Seattle Ave, Ellensburg WA 98926 ;
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  • _TMPLT:
  • FIELD:
  • Name: Page 1
  • Birth: ABT 14 DEC 1839 in maybe, , Hesse, Germany
  • Death: 10 AUG 1904 in Chicago, Cook, IL
  • Burial: 12 AUG 1904 Chicago, Cook, IL, Winders Cem
  • Ancestral File #: 4ZHV-CHG



    Marriage 1 Wilhelm William SPUCK b: 10 AUG 1835 in Rodgen, (assertedly), Hesse, Germany
    • Married: ABT 1858
    Children
    1. Has Children Elizabeth Lizzie SPUCK b: ABT OCT 1867 in , Cook, IL

    Sources:
    1. Abbrev: GEDCOM file imported on 25 January 2015
      Title: GEDCOM file submitted by Warren Forsythe (recovered from myself after computer died), http://wc.rootsweb.com/~townsendthos. Imported on 25 January 2015.omputer died), http://wc.rootsweb.com/~townsendthos. Imported on 25 January 2015.).
      Name: Footnoteomputer died), http://wc.rootsweb.com/~townsendthos. Imported on 25 January 2015.
      Name: ShortFootnoteomputer died), http://wc.rootsweb.com/~townsendthos. Imported on 25 January 2015.
      Name: Bibliography).
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