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Schneck, Schnuck, Snook, Schenck
Posted by: Billie Clark (ID *****0885) Date: October 06, 2006 at 20:52:15
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I am looking for any information about my Snook (Schneck, Schnuck, ect.) ancestors. As most everyone knows there are many variations of Schnuck. My family came from Germany with the spelling as Schnuck and has changed to Snook, Snuke, Snoke, Schneck, Schenck, etc.) I am looking for the lineage starting with Jacob Schnuch and Margreth Hauser both born in Germany. Jacob in Filbach, Germany. they had 9 children: Johannes, Maria, Anna Gertraud, Johannes Mattias, Anna Catharina, Henrich, Johann Wilhelm (died as infant), Johann Wilhelm, a stillborn. Their son Henrich is my great x7 grandfather. Henrick was born in Alsbach about 1693. He married Maria Margaretha Homerich in 1716. Henrich and Maria had six children Anna Margaretha (died as infant), Anna Catharina (also died as infant), Anna Margaretha II born in Germany, Henrich born in New York, Johannes born in New Jersey, Catharina born in New Jersey. Henrich and Maria immagrated to America in 1722.

Their son Henrich was my great x6 grandfather. Henrich married Maria Elisabetha. Henrich and Maria migrated to Maryland with there children and grandchildren scattering between New Jersey, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Ohio. They had seven children: Simon, Adam, John, Peter,Elizabeth, Anna Mary, and Jacob.

Any information would be greatly appreciated.

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