Both Allison and I search out and record information about our ancestors.
That information includes descriptions of the lives of those
ancestors, not just the basic facts (birth, marriage, and death).
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Allison is a
new comer to genealogy. I started
researching my four major lines in the mid-1960s. During those years, I
published a couple of articles in genealogical
periodicals and was a major contributor to Sylvia Wilson's book,
Huyck in America.
I am a member of several genealogical organizations, including the
Association of Professional Genealogists, for which I was the Review
Section Editor, APG Quarterly, from Spring 2001 through Fall
|Boyer (1700s, Pennsylvania; 1800s, Ohio; and, 1850s on, Michigan)|
|Fritch (1700s-1779, Pennsylvania; 1779-83, New York; 1783-1830s, New
Brunswick; 1830s-1910, Ontario; and, 1880s
and on, Michigan, North Dakota,
|Huyck (1700s -1817, New York; 1817 - 1860s, Ohio; and, 1860s on,
|Longnecker (1730s -1830s, Pennsylvania;1830s -1870s, Erie Co, New York;
and, 1870s on, Michigan)|
|Kueny (1866, New York port; 1870s - present, California)|
|Moss (1770, England; 1880-1923, Utah; 1923-present, California)|
|West (1820s, New England; 1830s, Ohio; 1852-present, California)|
You will also find individual surname query pages
for each of the surnames identified above.
See the list to the left. I urge anyone researching these surnames to leave queries or information.
And please, remember to include your email address. In the the few
short months during 1998 that these forum pages were active, several ties between family
lines and individual researchers were made.
I am also including a descendents list for my third great grandparents (maternal
lineage) - the Huyck line
- and a short history of the
Fritch family, United Empire Loyalists during the
Revolutionary War. If you have a connection
to either the Fritch or Huyck families, please Email me and we can exchange
Finally, a new addition (and still being added) is
information provided to me by
Ralph Fritch, a
correspondent during the 1970s and 1980s.
Moss-Fritch. All rights reserved.
10 Feb 2008 20:47:20 -0800.