Huyck Forum

Huyck Forum

Home Up Fritch History Huyck Descendents History of the Fritch-Fritsch Fa Fritch in Ohio Boyer Forum Fritch Forum Huyck Forum Longnecker Forum Kueny Forum Moss Forum West Forum Genealogy Links

Huyck Genealogy Forum

Special Dedication

March 28, 1912 - January 22, 2006

 

 

This Huyck Genealogy Forum page is dedicated to Sylvia Wilson, a friend and Huyck  correspondent since 1970.
Sylvia was 93 on March 28, 2005.

Photos - Sylvia as a young woman (left) and Sylvia and nephew at an October 29, 2003 family gathering (right).

 

Huyck, Howk, Houck in America, 1600's-1982

INFORMATION -- Any visitor interested in obtaining a copy of Sylvia's book (there are a limited supply, numbering less than 500 remaining available), please e-mail Donna Anessi []. Donna has moved the remaining copies to her home and will sell the remaining copies of Sylvia's book.

This page is for queries and responses about Huyck genealogy.

NOTICE

There have been heavy attempts (20 to 30 posts daily) to spam this site with lists of porn, financial, and other links. Because of those attempts, up until now all posts are delayed. as I was posting messages by hand.

As those spam messages have continued, I am ending all guest pages and forums as of June 10, 2006.

 

Date:
11/26/98
Time:
5:31:35 AM

Comments

Do you have the Huyck genealogy written by Sylvia Wilson in the mid 1980's. It details the family from the early 1600's through the 1980's.

Response - Nov. 27, 1998

William,

Yes, I'm one of the major contributors to the book. I've been providing Sylvia with new information, and some corrections to what she published, as I continue the research on my line. I've also located information on other lines that correct or extend what Sylvia published.

Sylvia and I have known each other and corresponded for 25 years.

Denise L. Fritch

Date:
3/26/99
Time:
9:46:44 PM
Remote User:

Dear Denise, I live on the homestead farm of Andries H. Huyck which purchased by him in 1679. My farm is the last piece of the original property of over 6000 acres. It was sold out of the Huyck family in 1911. There are 5 houses still standing which were built by Andries and his sons and grandsons. Time has been kind to these homes. The original deed is written in Dutch and is filed in the Albany County Clerk's office. I have reproductions of over 50 deeds and wills of the first five generations in the Kinderhook area. If you would like additional information contact me at- scoticman @berk.com or call me at 518-758-7606. Charlie S

Date:
4/1/99
Time:
7:36:32 AM

Comments

Denise My name is Philip Huyck and I live in St. Onge SD. I have also read the book by Sylvia and I was wondering if you might be able to help me a bit. My question lies with the father of Moses Aaron Huyck, his mother is listed as Mary Huyck and I have other info saying that she did either marry for the first time or remarry to a feller named Bartley. To give you an idea in reverse order of my lineage it goes like this, myself born in 1964 at Shawnee Ks., Bruce Huyck born 1934 Lebanon township SD., Henry Huyck and then Moses Huyck. Any help would be appreciated. Also could I get Sylvias address as I have lost it and would like to get a copy of her book. Thanks for your time. Philip Huyck

Date:
4/21/99
Time:
7:25:26 PM

Comments

Hi Denise, I am researching our family, one of my aunts is sending some information on the Huyck side of the family, what I have at present is very limited. My great-great grandfather Richard Waters, married Catherine Ann Huyck, in Brighton, Ontario, Canada around 1840. They had 11 children and moved to California around 1870. My great grandfather was named Cornelius Huyck Waters, my grand- father, father and brother all had Cornelius in their names. Are you related to the Cornelius Huyck side of the family? I would appreciate any information, I am a novice at this! You can contact me email: Thank you for your time in this matter! Betty (Waters) Grinder San Jose, CA

Date:
5/23/99
Time:
12:06:17 PM

Comments

Hi Denise...I have been researching the HUYCK surname in Ontario, Canada and have come across tons of HUYCKs but cannot connect them to my Cornelius and Ann Huyck. Maybe I have the wrong name for the wife but I still can't find their daughter listed anywhere but in her marriage to SMITH BARRINGER in 1863 in Ameliasburg, Ontario. Would you have any info on that particular side of the family? Gail Logan

Date:
6/14/99
Time:
12:02:04 PM

Comments

I'm trying to help my 85 year old mother, Jane Huyck Waldorph, discover the history of her name-sake, Anthony Huyck, b. 1811 in Schodak, NY. Anthony m. Lorane Hall of Canaan, NY 1832 and had a dau. Eliza Reynolds Huyck. Lorane died 1834 (in childbirth?). The 1850 census of Berkshire Co. Mass shows an Anthony Huyck (right age) married to Emily Curtis in Stockbridge, Mass. I have found grave markers at Valatie, NY Woodlawn Cemetery for John and Aaron Huyck born 1810 plus or minus 2 yrs. I would love to ascertain Anthony's parents and possibly a link into a documented history. Tom Dunn, ()

Date:
6/26/99
Time:
2:19:23 PM

Comments

Dear Denise, My name is Marilyn Buch Novack and I am a direct descendant of Cornelius Huyck. My great-grandmother was Emmeline Huyck who was the daughter of Alonzo Jehiel Huyck. My family immigrated to Wisconsin from the Kinderhook area of New York. I would love to purchase Sylvia Wilson's book and look at your research. Our family arrived in the Green Bay , Wisconsin area in the 1840's. They were well to do farmers in a small Wisconsin town south of present day Green Bay. The sons joined the Union army during the Civil War and saw a lot action during the war. I am married and have two children, Stefanie Jean, a second year law student at Vermont ( she graduated from Vanderbilt University two years ago) Stefanie is majoring in environmental law; our son Gregg Harding Novack just graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a major in Zoology and Biology. My husband and I own our own business and I also teach English and History at Menomonee Falls High School. As I stated earlier, I would love to purchase a copy of Mrs. Wilson's book and visit with you. Hope to hear from you soon, Marilyn

P.S. I am also interested in the Bouvee line and the Van Vykenburg line {spelling} Thanks again!

Marilyn Buch Novack-

A number of people have asked about Sylvia Wilson, author of Huyck in America, published in 1982. Sylvia's address (she has no email) is:

Sylvia E. Wilson
P.O. Box 11
Medina, WA 98039-0011

Denise L. Fritch

Date:
7/27/99
Time:
9:45:56 AM

Comments

A note to Marilyn Buch Novack -

My ancestors also migrated from Kinderhook to an area south of Green Bay, Wisconsin (Sheboygan Country, to be more precise. I would very much like to contact you about this, but a message to the Novak- address in your note bounced as undeliverable. Please drop me a note at

Thanks, Warren A. Huyck 5216 Sedgefield Dr. Raleigh, NC. 27609

Date:
8/1/99
Time:
10:39:45 AM

Comments

Has anyone found any documentation to connect Andries Hanse Huyck with Jan Huyck, husband of Lizabeth Pieters? I know that Sylvia Wilson searched and searched in vain. Still, I hold out hope that with the advent of the WWW we will find a connection.

Patsy Van Huyck Texas

Date:
3/27/00
Time:
6:51:10 PM

Comments

Hello Denise. My name is Trudy Huyck. I am trying to help my dad research the Huyck line in Canada. There is very little information about the ones in Canada. We can trace the family tree to Lieutenant John Huyck before he came to Canada. He was born in 1757 and died in 1807 according to the information we have. We are trying to find information on Edward Huyck born 1798 and died 1931. Do you have any information about the United Empire Loyalists that settled in the Adophustown area in Canada. Thanks my email is

Date:
3/31/00
Time:
8:07:38 PM

Comments

hi denise my name is scott huyck of bath ont. i am a direct desendent of jan huyck & lysbet peters my uncle & i have traced our family tree to go like this andreis hanes married cathrine vanbalkenburg 10 kids burger married maike goes 7kids burger married janet hogeboom 6kids johaness married sarah nicoll 5kids moved to canada edward married elizabeth german 7kids peter g married deborah garrison 5kids peter gl married laura dean 4kids guy married ruth loyst 4kids looking for more info after move to canada thanks scott

Date:
10/25/00
Time:
7:57:08 AM

Comments

Seeking information about Rachel (Huyck) Leonard, b. 15 July 1817 in Delaware county NY to Andrew C. Huyck and Katherine (Quackenbush) Huyck and died 3 Oct. 1899. The LDS site provides names for the previous 6 generations of Huycks in this line. Please contact me at

Date:
12/18/00
Time:
11:44:12 PM

Comments

HEllo Denise, My Name Is Michael Philip Huyck Im in Houston Texas My Father James H Huyck and His Father John Huyck are as far back as i can find. Do you know if Sylvia Has any coppies Of Huyck In America for sale If so would you please email em Thanks Just a breif history of my family that i know of Michael Philip Huyck 37 Houston Tx Codi Ann Huyck 28 Died Oct 12 95 My Sister Houston Tx James H Huyck 63 Died Sept 87 My Father Houston Tx Patrica Ann Huyck 63 Died Nov 23 95 My Mother Houston Tx And there are about 9 more of us in the Houston area looking for other anyhelp would be help full thanx

Happy Holidays 2000 to all The Huycks That Read This and everybody else that is not a Huyck

HEllo I forgot to leave my E-mail address ::: , This is Michael P Huyck From Texas

Date:
1/5/01
Time:
5:20:44 PM

Comments

HUYCK, Burger Kinderhook, NY Looking for death of Burger Huyck who married Jannetja Hegenboom. It is possible they are buried in the Kinderhook Cemetery. Thanks Gail Terry

Date:
4/7/01
Time:
5:15:05 PM

Comments

HUYCK, Anthony Hillsdale, Columbia County, NY B. 1811 m.(1) Lorane Hall abt. 1832 (2) Emily Curtis abt. 1842 d. unknown Sylvia Wilson's Book says Anthony last seen in Hillsdale 1865. Would appreciate info regarding his death and cemetery. I believe Hillsdale was with his son Myron Huyck (by Emily). Tom Dunn

Date:
4/13/01
Time:
10:57:07 AM

Comments

Interesting. On some maps of Ontario, you'll find a small shoreline point that extends into Lake Ontario called "Huyck's Point." A fun factoid. Tom Huyck, Rochester, Minn.

Date:
6/29/01
Time:
10:08:22 AM
 

Comments

BRUCE HUYCK

Date:
7/9/01
Time:
10:20:43 PM
 

Comments

My father and I were attempting to trace our family tree. We are stumped, This is what we do know.

Thomas Smith Huyck - B: Jan. 18, 1876 in Dakota territory. Married Della (Hall) Thompson 1914 in Minneota, MN. Moved to Jasper, MN owned and operated a meat market. 1920 moved to Hawarden, IA. 1936 moved to Round Lake MN. D: Dec. 14, 1995. One Child John.

John Harrison Huyck - B: July 20 1916 Jasper MN. raised in Hawarden IA. 1936 moved to Round Lake MN. June 30, 1940 in Fulda, MN married Lela Jester. 1942 went to WWII in Marine corps. Joined father in Meat market shortly after in MN. 1959 moved to Sioux Falls SD. D: 1986. They had four children LeAnne Kay Huyck, Thomas John Huyck, Timothy Jay Huyck, and Frank Ben Huyck. Thomas Huyck's father came from Watertown WI. Does anyone have any information going farther back in this family tree. Thanks Amber R. Huyck

Date:
7/10/01
Time:
2:53:02 AM

Comments

Floyd F Huyck around 1915

Does anyone know anything about a Floyd F Huyck, from around the year 1915? Thanks Amber

Date:
10/11/01
Time:
12:50:25 PM

Comments

A thought for those looking for Jan Huyck. What if Andries Hanse Huyck had a brother named Jan Huyck as well as his father being named Jan Huyck? And what if this brother named Jan Huyck was the one who married Elizabeth Peters? This would explain why Andries didn't name any of his daughters Elizabeth and why Elizabeth is not a common name in the early families.

Betty-Lu Baker Burton

Date:
1/23/2002
Time:
9:35:10 PM

Comments

huyck,Floyd F I am attempting to respond to Amber Huyck query about above referenced individual. The email address listed is no good. Amber, please contact me at

Date:
3/31/2002
Time:
10:57:17 AM

Comments

Date:
5/3/2002
Time:
6:58:36 PM

Comments

I am interested in finding any relations to Gertrude Huyck (b. 1870 in Lysander,NY). She was my maternal grandmother.

Date:
7/15/2002
Time:
4:35:05 PM

Comments

HUYCK, Henry Fillmore and REYNOLDS, Mary Jane I am researching the Reynolds family. Mary Jane Reynolds married Henry F Huyck in Kinderhook MI April 8, 1857. I saw this information on WorldConnect. It also had Mary Jane's birth and parents. All the author could tell me was that it was from Sylvia's book. I hate to buy the book if this is all there is in it about the Reynolds. I am actually trying to tie my ancestor Solomon Wesley Reynolds to Mary Jane as her brother. Can you tell me if there is more about the Reynolds in the book? Thanks a lot. Wesley Blank

Date:
7/24/2002
Time:
6:33:48 AM

Comments

7-24-02 Hello, I am trying to find an old friend of mine that I lost touch with and her name is Marilyn Huyck. Marilyn today would be approximately 50 years old. When I first met Marilyn she lived with her mother, father and sister in Connecticut. Marilyn worked in NYC as a legal secretary and eventually moved to Queens. I would love to find out where she is and what she is doing today. Please contact me by e-mail at Thank you, Dolores Fraioli.

Date:
8/30/2002
Time:
10:08:57 AM

Comments

My name is Mary Houck, I am looking for a Henry Houck born in Ohio in 1853, make him 7 years in 1860. I cannot find him there, could his name have been Huyck? He lived in Branch CO, MI and died there. I woould like to find his parent's. gmahouck.aol..com

Date:
9/1/2002
Time:
6:00:17 AM

Comments

According to what I was told years ago, the Huycks are descendants of Jan Huyghens, cousin to Christiaan Huyghens who is in the encyclopaedia. Jan came to Niew Amsterdam around 1621 where he married the sister of Peter Minuit, the mayor(burgermeister). The Quackenbushes were also mentioned as Canadian relatives, from Picton Ontario as I recall. I met one of them in Michigan in the 60s. There are about a dozen Huycks in the Phoenix area, none of whom I have met. Gary W. Huyck phoenix

Date:
9/29/2002
Time:
1:30:59 PM

Comments

Hi Denise, I have had Sylvia's book for many years now. Are you planning to publish anything with the corrections and additions that you have written about here? I would be interested in an up-to-date version and would also be happy to provide up-dates on our branch of the family. Patsy Van Huyck College Station, Texas

Good Evening Patsy,                                                                                                                         Sunday, September 30, 2002

I hope you return to read this response. You did not leave an email address.

I am afraid you have posed a difficult question. Although I have know Sylvia for approximately 30 years I am not a member of her direct line. Sylvia and I have never even met. What Sylvia plans for her research materials I do not know. As her book is copyrighted, no one can pick up and add to that book or create a new edition, although I do know she has has some problems with copyright violations.

Would I write one or more supplemental books to Sylvia's? Perhaps.

Best,

     Denise L. Moss-Fritch

Date:
10/30/2002
Time:
3:35:08 AM

Comments

Hellow, I'm a 19 year old boy from BELGIUM and I'm looking for something really special.I'm looking for people whose name is Vanhuyck, on each other!!! This name is really special because you don't find them easy. I hope that some people of everywhere in the whole world can help me with mine expedition. In whole Belgium are there 5 people with these name. HOpe on reaction, SVen(you can send to.: )

Date:
11/27/2002
Time:
11:35:08 AM

Comments

HUYCK, Lester J.
Montcalm Co
Detroit, MI
Would like to contact descendents of Lester and Mary Ann HUGHES, married in 1882.
Thank you,
Linda

 

 

Date:
1/1/2003
Time:
12:53:48 PM

Comments

Huyck, George Schodack

Date:
1/30/2003
Time:
1:54:38 PM

Comments

hi,my grandad was dale huyck of beliot,wi.married to iren travis.then remarried lilian mary baggs.dale had 2child by iren.1child died at birth.the other onewas named shannon fay huyck.

Date:
2/7/2003
Time:
6:51:52 AM

Comments

Houck, Elkanah b. 1878, Decatur, Otsego Co., NY m. Lydia Jane ? Please contact me if you are a decendent of Elkanah Houck.

Date:
2/11/2003
Time:
10:15:17 AM

Comments

novack

Date:
4/2/2003
Time:
10:12:39 AM

Comments

Looking for Sven Van Hese... I know what his e-mailaddress is, but it's always overseized. So, does anyone know another e-mailaddress from him. Thank you Sven, als ge dit zelf leest, mail me is: Laïla

Date:
4/5/2003
Time:
6:05:30 PM

Comments

I am a decendent of the Houck family and I am interested in purchasing a book. Does Sylvia still have books to be purchased? Thank you. Cathy Riley My email is :

Date:
8/9/2003
Time:
7:29:42 AM

Comments

A MADELENA/LENA HUYCK/HUYG/HOUGH married WILHELMUS TREMPER. He was born 10 Feb 1711/12 in Neuwied, Germany and came to NYC with brothers Johannes, Johan Jacob, Johan Georg and Hermanus and his parents JOHAN JACOB TROMPER and ANNA CHRISTINA WELCKER about 1721. They joined the Reformed Dutch Church after arrival. WILHELMUS TREMPER and MADELENA/LENA HUYCK had a child named "Christiaen Tremper" bap 4 Apr 1747 at Harlingen Ref. Dutch Ch., Montgomery Twp, Somerset Co, NJ while living at Raritan, NJ. On 10 May 1741 or so they were sponsors at the baptism of "Helena/Lena" a daughter of Johan Georg Tremper and his wife Anna-Madelena Denemarken at Rhinebeck, Dutchess Co, NY. The Will of William Tremper of No. Liberties, Philadelphia Co, PA dated 1 Oct 1782 and proven 4 Nov 1782 mentions 4 children: CHRISTIANA, JACOB, HENRY, AND ELIZABETH. The names "Christiaen/Christina" and "Jacob" fit the naming patterns of the RDC for the paternal grandparents and imply that the names of Madelena/Lena's parents would have been "Henry/Hendrick Huyk" and "Elizabeth....". I believe Wilhelmus lived in NYC and/or Columbia/Albany/Dutchess Co vicinity before migrating via New Jersey to Philadelphia. Can anyone provide a link to a "Henry/Hendrick Huyck" who had a daughter named Madelena/Lena??? She would have been born ca 1712-1725. Any help would be appreciated! Priscilla Tremper Leith, Newton, MA <>

Date:
8/9/2003
Time:
9:53:32 AM

Comments

I have been trying to find a connection between the name Huyck and Hoke. I have seen in NYS where some Huycks became Huyck-Houck. These same people lived in the area of Otsego and Montgomery counties where my Hoke family settled after coming from the Rensselaer-Albany area in NYS. Many given names are the same in both families and there are some in that area went by the name Houk. Thanks for any feedback. Barb Hoke-

Date:
9/15/2003
Time:
12:43:43 PM

Comments

I have recently started my family tree. I have gotten quite a bit of information from my Aunt but there are still a few holes. She married a Huycke. Have no information on William James Huycke except that he married an Elizabeth Lawson in 1832 in Picton, Ontario, Canada. They had three children. It would be extremely helpful if you had his birth and parent information. Thank you. If you could also send me some information about the Huyck book it would be much appreciated.

Date:
11/18/2003
Time:
8:56:13 AM

Comments

Hi, I am Lynda Huyck, I am from Greenbrier, Arkansas and I was wondering if anybody knows of the family decending from James Elmer Huyck. All I know about him is that he was from Iowa.

Date:
11/20/2003
Time:
3:14:54 PM

Comments

Hello Huycks-- I always wondered about other Huycks out there. I'm from a Midwestern Huyck family (now I live in San Francisco). As the family legend went, and is confirmed by various tidbits here, the Jan Huyck (Huijck, Houck with or without the Van) came over with Peter Minuet, generations pass, the Huycks were Loyalists in the Revolution and fled to Canada afterwards, then my branch came back into the US via Wisconsin where my grandfather, James Kenneth is from. My dad, James Randall; James Matthew, David, and me Teddy (Edward), the sons. I'd love to read the Wilson text and learn a little more about this Huyck diaspora! Let me know what I can do-- Teddy <>

Date:
11/25/2003
Time:
10:50:39 AM

Comments

I WILL LIKE TO FIND OUT ABOUT GORGE BUCH PLEASE. THANK YOU.

Date:
12/28/2003
Time:
6:20:01 AM

Comments

David Howk (Huyck) and Poly Bradley I am looking for any ancesters of David born in Lee, Mass. in 1786 and died in Wellington, Ohio in 1854 at the age of 68. He had 4 sons and two daughters. The sons were the only ones who lived in Wellington. They were Eli, David, Hiram and John. I have a history of Wellington, Ohio and all the Families who settled there. Donald Mecklenborg Comments at

Date:
1/1/2004
Time:
5:30:56 AM

Comments

David huyck(howk)Lee, massachusetts 1786 to april 3rd 1854. I am looking for any info on David's ancesters who came from lee, Mass through Chenango Co. NY to Wellington, Ohio in 1820's. Married to Poly Bradley and were original settlers there. They had 6 children who were Eli, David, Hiram, John, Clarissa and Mary. They are all related to Fitche, Huyck who came to New York In 1620's. Any help? Don Mecklenborg ()

Date:
3/3/2004
Time:
6:05:43 PM

Comments

I am searching for information on William Houck, who lived in Waterford/Saratoga NY in 1860. He was born abt 1803 and had a daughter named Abigail. His wife's name may have been Catherine. I am not positive. I appreciate any info you may have. Jack Doescher

Date:
5/12/2004
Time:
8:39:32 AM

Comments

Donna Anessi: I tried emailing you to request a copy of Sylvia's book on Huyck in America, but it wouldn't go through. I'm hoping this will. I am a descendent of Martin (Van Deusen) Huyck and Deborah Austin through their son John. My email address is Please let me know if there is still a copy available and how I can purchase it.

Name:
Richard L. Rounds < >
Date:
7/7/2004
Time:
9:42:04 AM

Comments

Hello, I am trying to identify the Anthony BOVIE who mar. Polly BARNHART of Hoosick Falls NY She was the dau. of Henry BARNHAR(D)T & Elizabeth VAN CURLER. Any help would be much appreciated. see Rensselaer Co, NY probate records BARNHARDT Henry, of Hoosick, Vol. 7, pg. 130 writ. 28 Jun 1821, prob. 14 Apr 1823 [ see LDS Film - # 549910 ] Abstract of Will - Wife, Elizabeth to have sole use & occupancy of my real estate during her life. She is to maintain sons John & Henry Jr & dau. Pollie BOVIE, all being not capable of providing for themselves. To Wife, Elizabeth, all my personal property and all I have willed to her is in the lein of her Dower right. 1/4 of estate to son John if he becomes a rational man and able to handle his own affairs. If son John remains in state of Lunacy after the death of my wife, he, son Henry & dau. Pollie BOVIE to be maintained by son, David To my son David, all my real estate after the death of my wife, Elizabeth. Anthony BOVIE, husband of dau. Pollie BOVIE not to have any of estate. Executors, David BARNHART & Joseph DORR Witt: Wm. LAMPORT Jr., John LAMPORT, Gideon BARNHART

Name:
Richard L. Rounds < >
Date:
7/7/2004
Time:
10:09:39 AM

Comments

Hello again, Sorry, I forgot to include in last query Henry BARNHART was probably the brother of Johannes BARNHART who mar. Christina HUYCK, "both of Hosunck" They had their marriage recorded at the; Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York Marr. [ 1754 ] May 12. After 3 Banns, Johannes Barnhead, y.m., and Christina Huyck, y.d., both of Hosunck Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York Bapt. [ 1755 ] March 28. Johannis, of Johannis Bernhart and Christina Huyck. Wit.: Henderick Bernhart, Ariaantje Brouwer Suspect Anthony BOVIE, mar. to Polly BARNHART may have been the same Anthony (b. 1755, son of Gerritt), who mar.Catherine HUYCK.

Name:
Dale Frankhouser,
Date:
7/9/2004
Time:
6:21:05 AM

Comments

Andreas Hauck married Catharine Fair (Fahr) on June 20th, 1809. They had 10 children. Family history has Andreas growing up in Bucks County, PA., moving to Salisbury Township, Lancaster County, Pa. (don't know when). 1822 is the first recording of any church records I could find in Lancaster County. Looking for any info that would help me locate the ancestors of Andreas. Thank You

Name:
Date:
7/19/2004
Time:
6:58:47 AM

Comments

I am searching for information regarding the Huyck family’s religion. I found some information that Jan Huyck was Dutch Reformed. I would be appreciative of any information you might have regarding the same. Thanks, Thomas W. Huyck

Name:
Date:
8/20/2004
Time:
9:28:18 PM

Comments

Does anyone have a high quality digital copy of the Huyck family crest? I have one in my possession, but's a third iteration photocopy. Thanks if you're able to help. Tom Huyck

Name:
Ben Moodie ()
Date:
9/6/2004
Time:
10:11:18 AM

Comments

have a large quantity of letters/photos/grave photos (Bonnie Glen) of Bruce huyck family, descendant of Burger Huyck if anyone is interested.

Name:
J. Smith,
Date:
10/18/2004
Time:
12:41:32 AM

Comments

Dear Huyck Family, I was wondering if you could contact me, in regards to Peter Miniut who was with my ancesters that purchased Manhattan Island in the 1600's and it was taken from us by the Duke Of York, renaming it New York, which had the original name New Amsterdam, New Netherlands. According to my ancestry search the Huyck family may be an ancestor of Peter Minuit which was with with my family that originally owned Manhattan Island.

Name:
Date:
10/21/2004
Time:
11:18:09 PM

Comments

Hellooooooo, Did you hear what I just said. I did a geneology analysis to the time of Comlubus in the 1400's. I have the family tree of Peter Minuit and my ancestors. All the way to New Amsterdam, New Netherlands, in the 1600's. The Duke of York made a false claim in owning New York, which was New Netherlands. My ancestors helped Peter Minuit develop, own and lease the land in Manhattan Island. The ancestors of the Huyck family was Peter Minuit with my relatives. We are suppost to own Manhattan Island according to historical records. Most records were destroyed to make it look like the British owned it. They DON'T. In fact, there isn't even a deed for the Trinity Church at the southern tip of Manhattan Island. That's because they only had a lease granted by my ancestors to that area. After the least was up, The Edward's Family just claimed it. The Edward Fortune was suppost to be MY FORTUNE ( I am an heir). The rest of Manhattan Island should belong to the heirs of Peter Minuit which was the Huyck families and others. Read the LINK again <snip>. And do your own WWW searches and see for yourself. Also look at,   <snip>.  There was some type of deal made with some of the Huyck family with Prince Edwards in Canada, but the fact remains, the descendants of the Huych Family ( from Peter Miniut) and my relatives owned Mahahattan Island, before the British just took it over and renamed it New York. Sincerely, Jim Smith

 

Webmaster Note: Some individuals within the Internet community have begun leaving URL links to sites containing virus or trojans. As this site has received several such 'messages' it is my policy to remove all such links from email messages left to protect others who use these lists. If you wish to contact the individual writer, please note the email address provided.

 

Name:
michaek Huyck
Date:
11/10/2004
Time:
8:51:23 AM

Comments

Does anybody have a rendering of the Huyck family coat of arms or seal?

Name:
Date:
11/19/2004
Time:
10:46:35 PM

Comments

Dear Donna Anessi I am interested in getting a copy of the book Jim Houck

Name:
MACK A. DILLEY
Date:
11/20/2004
Time:
6:39:31 PM

Comments

I JUST DISCOVERED A MARRIAGE LICENSE IN FRANKLIN COUNTY, ARKANSAS WHERE MY GREAT GREAT GRANDMOTHER, CHRISTINA HUDSON, DAUGHTER OF HIRAM AND SARAH HUDSON MARRIED A MR. HENRY HUYCK ON DECEMBER 10, 1872. DOES ANYONE HAVE THIS HENRY HUYCK LISTED IN THEIR FAMILY TREE? WHERE IS HE FROM? ANYTHING AT ALL IS MORE THAN I HAVE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME AND EFFORT......

Name:
MACK A. DILLEY
Date:
11/20/2004
Time:
6:40:22 PM

Comments

I JUST DISCOVERED A MARRIAGE LICENSE IN FRANKLIN COUNTY, ARKANSAS WHERE MY GREAT GREAT GRANDMOTHER, CHRISTINA HUDSON, DAUGHTER OF HIRAM AND SARAH HUDSON MARRIED A MR. HENRY HUYCK ON DECEMBER 10, 1872. DOES ANYONE HAVE THIS HENRY HUYCK LISTED IN THEIR FAMILY TREE? WHERE IS HE FROM? ANYTHING AT ALL IS MORE THAN I HAVE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME AND EFFORT......

Name:
Date:
12/2/2004
Time:
9:35:09 AM

Comments

My name is Kenny Vanhuyck and i live in Belgium greetz

Name:
Don Houck
Date:
12/11/2004
Time:
3:11:52 PM

Comments

Hi, I just ran across the forum and I am wondering if it is possible to obtain a copy of the book. I live in Bellevue and I am positibe that sometime back in the 1960's someone called me about the book. At that time I was not interested in genealogy. If there are copies available, I would sure like to consider buying one. I tried the above address for Donna Anessi and it wouldn't work. Thanks, Don Houck dahouck@comcast'net

Name:
Date:
1/4/2005
Time:
7:38:24 PM
Remote User:

Comments

Has anyone researched the Huycks pre-America? I understand it all started in Nijmegen, the Netherlands. I'd be interested if anyone has visited Nijmegen and researched court or land records, or newspapers. Feel free to advise by email, but I'd prefer to see a response shared here for all to see. Thanks, Tom Huyck

Name:
Date:
1/4/2005
Time:
7:38:29 PM
Remote User:

Comments

Has anyone researched the Huycks pre-America? I understand it all started in Nijmegen, the Netherlands. I'd be interested if anyone has visited Nijmegen and researched court or land records, or newspapers. Feel free to advise by email, but I'd prefer to see a response shared here for all to see. Thanks, Tom Huyck

Name:
Al at
Date:
1/9/2005
Time:
1:09:23 AM
Remote User:

Comments

Re: Huyck of Consecon, Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada I am looking for a person who is connected to the following data: Cornelius Huyck died Feb. 29, 1876 at the age of 80, therefore, born c 1796 Phebe Huyck, his wife, died Sept. 8, 1867, at the age of 69, born c 1898 Son Peter A. Huyck worked for George W. Moore of PEC. George had a relation: Ezra Moore. Related to William Huyck who died near Consecon, PEC, Aug. 7, 1878 Possibly related to a Mariah/Maria Striker. Other Huyck's connected to this family: Sarah Huyck, Family had Thompson connections in Prince Edward County, and lived in the area of Consecon, PEC; in Niagara, in the Wainfleet area [Thompson], in Beaverton [Thompson connection], in Northumberland [Thompson connection] Possible further connection to Hannah ? md to Charles Thompson. It is believed that Hannah was Hannah Huyck but no confirming evidence can be found yet. Family also had connections to the Ketchums and Werdens of PEC...along with the Striker, Chase, Osborn, McConnell, etc. family surnames. May have had an Albright connection.

Name:
Sydney T Fuentes,
Date:
1/24/2005
Time:
12:49:10 PM
Remote User:

Comments

Elizabeth Huyck In Canada, married Henry Gardinier. Had several children, including Mary (Polly) Gardinier. Mary Gardinier married George Simon/Simmon/Simmons. I have some information that Mary and George had a child named Miranda, but I cannot confirm it. Does Huyck in America confirm or "de-confirm" this Miranda as a descendant? Thank you for the look-up.

Name:
Date:
1/24/2005
Time:
5:40:53 PM
Remote User:

Comments

An awesome narrative on the origins of the Huycks is found at the Schenectady, NY public library ...<br>>br> http://www.schenectadyhistory.org/families/hmgfm/huyck.html<br><br The Huyck family came to America in the person of John (Hanse) Huighen (Huygh, Huyck) in company with Peter Minuit, the commander and director of the Dutch West India Company and the real founder of the city of New York. In 1891 Mr. A. A. Vosterman Van Oijen, genealogist and Heraldisch Archief, residing at The Hague, made investigations that gave many facts concerning the Huycks in Holland. They showed that while the family belonged to the burghers, they had occupied positions of trust and honor as far back as the sixteenth century. Copied from the registers of births, baptism, and marriages found there appear the same names that occur in the American family. Among Dutch publications is a well-known romance in two volumes entitled Ferdinand Huyck, which has made the name Huyck a familiar one in many homes of that country. The arms of the Huyck family are: "The escutcheon; in argent, a demi-lion of sable. The helmet; a patrician one. The crest; a demi-lion of sable. The mantling; argent and sable."<br><br> (I) This record is traced from Henrie Huyck, a merchant from Roemond, who in 1616 became a resident of Nymegen, Holland, and took the oath for himself and eleven children, of whom Jan (John) became grootstraat in 1617, while Henrie, the second son, became burgomaster of the town and left a numerous offspring. (II) Jan, son of Henrie Huyck, chieftain of the grootstraat, Nymegen, Holland, April 18, 1617, emigrated from Wesel, a strongly fortified town on the Rhine. Here his youthful days had been spent and he had risen to some prominence, being a deacon or an elder in the church. He took passage on a small Dutch vessel, the "Sea Gull," in company with his brother-in-law, Peter Minuit, who was the first director in the New World of the Dutch West India Company. Jan was the "koopman," storekeeper, for the company. They landed May 4, 1626, after a voyage of four months, on the island of Manhates, now the site of the present city of New York. A small colony composed of thirty houses had been established there, a fort had been staked out and a stone building thatched with reeds erected as a counting house for the use of the company. Here the director and Koopman took up their residence, transacted business and exerted every energy to advance the interests of the company. Not having an ordained minister in the colony, two "Zercken Troosters," comforters of the sick, were appointed who should read the Scripture, the Creed and a sermon on the Sabbath. John (Jan) Huyck was one of the two appointed. The following year a minister having arrived, a church was organized with Peter Minuit and John Huyck, elders, they having been in Holland, one a deacon, the other an elder. John Huyck was an honorable, intelligent and reliable man, and during his permanent settlement at New Amsterdam has honorable mention. His wife was Lizabeth Peters, who survived him and married (second) July 5, 1657, Dirck Weijerts.<br><br> (III) Andries Hanse, son of Jan and Lizabeth (Peters) Huyck, was of New Amsterdam, Kinderhook and Albany. He was the owner of a large estate at Kinderhook, New York, which he obtained by a patent from King James II., dated March 14, 1636, and much of this is still in the possession of a descendant. Andries Hanse and his wife were among the first members of the old Dutch church in Albany, mentioned in 1683, all previous records of this church being lost. He made his will, August 23, 1707. His wife was Cathalin Lammerse Van Valkenburgh, of Kinderhook, who was living in 1705 and is mentioned in his will with ten children:

Name:
b1caez01 ...
Date:
1/27/2005
Time:
12:49:33 PM
Remote User:

Comments

Huyck[e] of Ontario ...Prince Edward County, Lennox and Addington areas, Adolphustown. Lt. Peter Huyck[e] served with VanAlstyne and received a grant in the area of Hay Bay, PEC. Huyck[e]s md into many local families. Not sure if he is associtated with my Huyck[e]s or not. Searching for anyone associates with the following family grouping, specifically Hannah, who I am trying to definitively hook up to Charles Thompson. If you have access to any confirming data for this connection, I shall pay you my first born, unemployed son, who likes to live at home...: My understanding of Hannah's connections are as follows [these are supportable]: * She is the daughter of Andries (Andrew) C. Huyck (1773-1813) & Elizabeth Young (1769-1842) * She is the sister of Katherine Hucyk who m. Rowland Sherman * She is the sister of Cornelius A. Huyck (1796-1876) who m. Phebe Kemp * She is the sister of William A. Huyck (died 1878) & Elizabeth Brown * She is the sister of Sarah Huyck who m. George Aldrich f/o Schulyle Aldrich * She is the sister of Elizabeth Huyck who m. John Avery * She is the sister of Maria Hucyk who m. Jarvis Striker * She is the Aunt of any of the children of her siblings (e.g. Peter A. Huyck, son of Cornelius A.& Phebe (Kemp)Huyck ) Peter spent much time visiting his aunt who lived in Wainfleet, Ont., at the time. Source: "PIONEER LIFE on the BAY OF QUINTE: Including Genealogies of Old Families and Biographical Sketches of Representative Citizens" Originally published in 1904 By Rolph and Clark Ltd., Toronto Facsimile edition printed by Mika Publishing Co. Belleville, Ont., ISBN 0-919302-28-0 1976 Second Printing pp 379-380: Andries "Andrew" C. Huyck(e) (1773-1813) & Elizabeth Young (1769-1842) had the following children: (1) Katharine Huyck(e) m. Rowland Sherman (2) Cornelius Andries Huyck(e) (1796-1876) m. Phoebe KEMP (1797-1867). Phoebe Kemp was the d/o James KEMP & Phoebe Van Siclen- I can tell you more about her ancestry (3) William A. Huyck(e) m. Betsey Brown (4) Sarah Huyck(e) m. Schulyle Aldrich [should be George Aldrich as Schulyle was their son] (5) Elizabeth Huyck(e) m. John Avery (6) *Hannah Huyck(e) m. George Thompson & had children: Nathaniel, James, Maria & Mary [should be Charles Thompson with children Andrew, James and Nathaniel] (7) Maria Huyck(e) m. Jarvis Striker

Name:
Al [ ]
Date:
2/1/2005
Time:
11:21:35 AM
Remote User:

Comments

Denise: do you have Sylvia's supportable sources and citation records? Contact me privately please, so that I may provide specifics, re: my person of interest. It is very important. Donna referred me to you. Al

Name:
Joanne (Houck) Devin
Date:
2/8/2005
Time:
10:38:06 AM
Remote User:

Comments

I am working on the Houck family genealogy. My Great, Great Grandfather Peter Houck and his wife Lucinda came to Kansas from Madison, Virginia. Peter, Lucinda, and children Victoria, Philip, and Dewitt were in the 1860 Kansas census. Hammon Houck, age 62, was living with the family. I am assuming that he was Peter's father. I am wondering if the name Hammon was incorrectly listed. I can only find Harmon Houck in the Virginia census records. I want to locate the family of Hammon (Harmon) Houck.

Name:
Lori Nichols
Date:
2/11/2005
Time:
6:28:45 AM
Remote User:

Comments

Hi Denise, My grandmother was Coral Fern Huyck, the daughter of Charles H. Huyck and Flora Alice Stites. Coral was born Oct. 28, 1898 in Dover Twp., Fulton Co., OH and died Sept. 19, 1947 in Hillsdale, Hillsdale Co., MI. She is buried in the Lakeview Cemetary, Hillsdale Co., MI. She married John Harley Bringman on Oct. 28, 1916. They had 7 children. John and Coral divorced and she then married Stephen Zaleski on May 3, 1944. I have been told the marriage didn't last very long because she was living with her oldest daughter Alice at the time of her death. My grandmother died 18 years before I was born so I don't really know much about her family. I would love to be able to contact some "cousins" and find out more about her family. Thanks Lori

Name:
Michael Huyck
Date:
2/20/2005
Time:
1:49:56 PM
Remote User:

Comments

Hi my name is Michael Huyck. I'm 18 and i live in chicago. I recenlty discovered this link at google.com In was wondering if i could possibly be related to anyone in this forum. my father's name is Daniel Huyck. He has 3 sisters Margaret, Sarah,and becky. He also has to brothers Charles and Henry. Henry is a lawyer in Chicago fyi. My grandfather's name is William Huyck. They are all from Polk iowa but later came to illinois and settled down in peoria and my some came to chicago.if anybody thinks they might know me please answer this query or email me at please i am very interested in knowing my family origins. thankyou

Name:
Date:
2/22/2005
Time:
10:36:40 AM
Remote User:

Comments

What is the cost of this book? I am hunting for the siblings and parents of Peter Houck who moved from Madison, Virginia to Council Grove, Kansas. His family was listed in the 1860 Kansas cencus. Thank you. Joanne Devin

Name:
Jamie
Date:
3/2/2005
Time:
4:05:34 PM
Remote User:

Comments

hey so i was in a goodwill store in Bellingham, WA and i picked up this old camouflage army hat that looks pretty legit and inside had the name Huyck and the words "last hat" so i googled the last name and came up with this site. Any members of the famil ever serve in the armed forces

Name:
Al @ [ ]
Date:
3/13/2005
Time:
10:18:52 PM

Comments

Query: can you add anything to this discussion...who was the first Huyck in Prince Edwarc County, Ontario? And can you cite your proof? My search stemmed from a search for HANNA HUYCK, d/o Andries (Andrew) C. Huyck (1773-1813) & Elizabeth Young (1769-1842), who had incorrectly been associated with a George Thompson. In my lone particular case, and in light of the fact [I have a copy] that Sylvia Wilson's text, "Huycks in America" has no citations, I am of the opinion that I must appreciate the contents of her exhaustively well documented text as being an excellent body of work, and not to be overlooked in its importance [that is why I purchased a copy], but it may not be considered a definitive primary, or even secondary resource, until that matter of citations has been resolved. V. Roy Beal, at his excellent and powerful site [http://familytree.paradigmpress.net/ I believe, suffers from the same type of problem, at least for those of us searching for primary resources, or bona fide, secondary resources. Mr. Beal appears to have used Sylvia's material to support his own efforts in this one area of the Huycks, and has apparently encorporated it into his on-line site. I contacted Mr. Beal, and he confirmed this, "...went to my source for this information...Sylvia Wilsons "Huyck in America", page 86...." He goes on to state, "...Since she does not cite her source for this family it is quite possible that she is in error." And thus, I believe, Mr. Beal's site is in error by default. Therefore, for those who are interested, may I correct the records, in this singular instance, from one main primary source and two secondary resources. In the Diaries of Andrew Thompson" Andrew Thompson, [originals now at Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada-I possess copies]...the following intimations have been established based upon the "preponderance" of evidence, to be found in those diaries...[specific quotes and citation, to those who are "blood" related and who wish to share information on this particular branch of Huyck(e)s]...from Adolphustown and Ameliasburgh, Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada. My understanding of Hannah's connection is as follows..and I cite three sources: 1. The "Diaries" of Andrew Thompson, of Louth Township, Lincoln County, Ontario, Canada; 1868 - 1890 [Transcribed and re-edited by A. K. Dempster, 2004-2005] 2. The "Disciples of Christ in Canada Since 1830: Their origins, faith and practice: their striving for Christian Unity through a single Scriptural fellowship; and their integration with American and other Churches in a World Brotherhood" by REUBEN BUTCHART Foreword by Donald E. Pratt, B. A.; Canadian Headquarters' Publications Churches of Christ (Disciples); 332 Bloor St. West, Toronto, Canada; 1949 3. "PIONEER LIFE on the BAY OF QUINTE: Including Genealogies of Old Families and Biographical Sketches of Representative Citizens" Originally published in 1904 By Rolph and Clark Ltd., Toronto Facsimile edition printed by Mika Publishing Co. Belleville, Ont., ISBN 0-919302-28-0 1976 Second Printing Butchart: p. 406: "The early leaders in East Lake, ...James Thompson...and Hannibal Thompson. Hannah Thompson, a former Methodist woman,... She was the mother of Hannibal Thompson and Geo. Thompson, later of Wainfleet, and a leader there..." This in in error, as she was their aunt, and wife of Charles, brother of James. Her children were Andrew, Nathaniel and James. You may access Butchart at: http://www.mun.ca/rels/restmov/texts/rbutchart/dcc/DCC00.HTM From Thompson, Andrew: "Diaries..." we find referenecs to aunts and uncles who visited Andrew's fame, and who are also reported upon, as to marriages and deaths...we conclude after further supporting research, that Hannah is...: * She is the daughter of Andries (Andrew) C. Huyck (1773-1813) & Elizabeth Young (1769-1842) * She is the sister of Katherine Hucyk who m. Rowland Sherman * She is the sister of Cornelius A. Huyck (1796-1876) who m. Phebe Kemp [f/o Peter A. Huyck] * She is the sister of William A. Huyck (died 1878) & Elizabeth Brown * She is the sister of Sarah Huyck who m. George [error-not Schulyle, who was a son] Aldrich [both are to be found in the Militia lists of the day] * She is the sister of Elizabeth Huyck who m. John Avery * She is the sister of Maria Hucyk who m. Jarvis Striker * She is the Aunt of any of the children of her siblings (e.g. Peter A. Huyck, son of Cornelius A.& Phebe Kemp * She is the wife of Charles Thompson [error-not George Thompson] * She is the mother of James, Andrew and Nathaniel [error-not Andrew, Nathaniel, Maria and Mary...both Maria and Mary were sisters of Hannah] Whomever supplied the source material for Butchart and Pioneer Life-Mika Pub., were incorrect. That material, more than likely underpinned the info supplied to both Mrs. Wilson and Mr. Beal, and unfortunately caused, through no fault of Mrs. Wilson or Mr. Beals their material to be, in my opinion, in error. Long story short, never accept a single source, search and search until you can search no more and THEN make you best statement based upon the evidence at hand ...just like these respected authors did. Some early texts re: the earliest Huycks in Hay Bay, seem to be confused. I have more than one source which, taken as a whole, gives conflicting Huyck "facts" as to "who" was the first Huyck[e] in P.E.C.. - Lt. John Huyck [List taken from “The UEL Centennial Celebration” Published 1885] - the earliest patent maps for the area, c. 1795 - distinctly states "Peter Huyck" Lot 6, with no concession noted or rank. - Lt. T. Huyck ["The Quinte Loyalists of 1784" By P. H. BRYCE, M.A., M.D. "On the 3rd Concession were...Lt. T. Huyck..." [ONTARIO HISTORICAL SOCIETY Papers and Records Volume 27, Published in Toronto in 1931 Pages 5-14.]This could be a typo, or transcription error from the first records, a "T" could quite easily be misread from a "P" if the orignial was unclear. - Lieut. John Huyck [record of Adolphustown lots: the books of the Crown Lands Department, Toronto (Sessional Papers #32, 61 Victoria, A. 1898 pg 71-72). Transcribed by Linda Herman, June, 2001.] - John Huyck "Settlement of Upper Canada" by William Canniff, 1869 pp. 448-458, Chapter L Settlement of Adolphustown So who was the first, got some evidence one way or the other?

Remote Name: 207.200.116.73
Date: 21 Aug 2005
Time: 19:35:30

Comments:

This a long shot mbut my brother and I are for our own knowledge trying to find our heritage, we were both born in Sidney New york, Delaware County, our Grandfather was Alfred Huyck is there any connection here? We also had an uncle named Herbert and one I think named Clyde. We were moved with our parents to california when we were both very young and are just trying to find out for our own no how. Thank You Regan A. Huyck
 

Name: Joann Garner Guinther email-
Date: 10/13/2005
Time: 7:12:59 AM

Comments:

I am looking for more information on ancestors of Norman Huyck or his wife Mary Elizabeth Savage.I am a great great grandaughter of theirs. My great grandmother is their daughter Minnie Isabel Huyck who married Rolla Roe in 1888.

 

Name: Michael Morrison
Date: 10/31/2005
Time: 4:22:42 PM

Comments:

Hello Denise,

I am descendat of David Howk and Polly Bradley. They bore six children Clarissa,Eli, Hiram, David,Mary and John. My greatgreat grandfather was John Howk of Wellington, Ohio. I have photgraphs of him with Addie(Howk)Barber and Ester A.(Baird)Howk along with the Disbrows and Piersons. I would love to have more information on the family. Thanks Mike Morrison 360-675-1095

Name: Julie Kline ,
Date: 11/1/2005
Time: 9:17:55 AM

Comments:

At a brick wall at this time. Need Help! I have Sylvia's Book. and my line is on page 527. Jacob Houck is my 3rd Great Grandfather. She could not connect this family to the family lines in the book. Would you happen to know at this time if any one has.

Jacob moved to Rochester Minnesota from Oswego County New York and was widowed in 1880. His son Chauncey(William)moved his family to Kalmar Township, Minnesota also. I am located in Rochester Minnesota.

Thank You

 

Name: Ken Cramer,
Date: 11/19/2005
Time: 12:22:32 PM

Comments:

I live overseas. How can I obtain a copy of Huyck in America? Is there someplace that I can order it on line?

Would it be possible for somebody to check the book to see if it can confirm the following ancestry. Is this accurate? I am particularly interested in the connection between 4. George Houck, 5. Lodowyk "Lewis" Houck, 6. Christopher Beekman. And anything that could be said about 5. Lodowyk "Lewis"

1. Andries Huyck: 1647, Kinderhook, NY - 1705, prob. NY, s. Catryna Van Valkenburg, c. Johannes, Lambert, Burger, Catherine, Jochem*, Cornelius, Anna (Johanna), Andries, Maria, Margaret

2. Jochem Huyck: 1685, Kinderhook, NY - ??, prob. NY, s. ??, c. Lodowyk*

3. Lodowyk Huyck: 1720, Kinderhook, NY -??, prob. NY, s. Magdalena File, c. George*, Magdelena, Annetja, Jacob, Elizabeth, Christian Frederick, Jochem, Catherine

4. George Houck: 1740, Albany, NY - 1810, s. Magdalena Beekman, s. Lodowyk "Lewis"*, Jacob G., Nicholas, Peter, Conrad, Magdelena, Hannah, Christopher, Margaret

5. Lodowyk "Lewis" Houck: 1775, Albany, NY - 1860, Ontario, Can., s. Mary Luke, c. Louis Strike, Jacob Vader, Magdelena, Philip Luke, Charles Stewart, Christopher Beekman*, Mary Ann, John Cracome, Nicholas .

6. Christopher B. Houck: 1810, Quebec, Can. - ??, prob. Lexington, MI, s. Loretta Winter, c. Phillip, Laura, Henry*, Louis, Alonzo Jonas?

7. Henry Houck: 1838, Ontario, Can. - 1925, Mich., s. Miriam Cook, c. Henry (Harry), Jonas B.*, Eugene Howard, Horace Dudley

8. Jonas B. Houck: 1869,Lexington, MI - 1924, Detroit, MI, s. Gertrude Houghtalin, c. Elsie, Eugene Erskin, Kenneth

Thank you very much

Ken Cramer

Name: Ken Cramer,
Date: 11/21/2005
Time: 8:51:54 AM

Comments:

Sorry to repeat the question, but has anyone found any documentation to connect Andries Hanse Huyck with Jan Huyck, husband of Lizabeth Pieters? Some sites such as http://www.schenectadyhistory.org/families/hmgfm/huyck.html state that there is a connection. But within the same site at http://www.schenectadyhistory.org/families/hmgfm/houck.html they imply that there is no connection. Has this issue been resolved?

 

Name: Steven Huyck. ( )
Date: 12/23/2005
Time: 5:32:24 PM

Comments:

I am Steven Neil Huyck, born of Neil Laverne Huyck. My Father has two sisters and one brother.

lorane/lorrain Huyck, carol Huyck and Gregory Huyck. Please help!! I don't know how to trace our lineage.

 

Name: Meg van Huygen,
Date: 1/1/2006
Time: 11:34:30 PM

Comments:

Hi, I'm looking for lineage information on my great-grandfather William Huycke, who married Etta Whitney and lived in Rainier, OR, around the 1890s. His son was Harry Kenneth ("Ken") Huycke (1915-1985), who married Gwendolyn Byers (1917-2000). Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks!

Name: Sandra Van Vlack -
Date: 1/2/2006
Time: 1:59:09 PM

Comments:

I am interested in finding information if possible about a woman by the name of Madeline "HONK" maybe HOUCK or other spellings. I believe her birthdate was in around the year 1817. I also believe she was born in the US, most likely somewhere in New York. My interest lies in a man she married on February 19th, 1839, Whitby, Ontario, Canada by the name of John A. Van Vlack.

John A. Van Vlack came from the US to Whitby, Ontario, Canada in the year 1835-36. He could have come with his first wife, who had passed away either during trip to CANADA or shorting after arriving in CANADA. John A. Van Vlack had 4 children with him when he came to Canada.

Son: James Elias Van Vlack born: 7th June 1824 Rose, Wayne County, New York (my gg grand father)

Daughter: Mary Ann Van Vlack born 4th March 1828 Rose, Wayne County, New York

Son: John Barrett born 1830 Rose, Wayne County, New York

Daughter: Elizabeth born 1831 Rose, Wayne County, New York

There is a marriage record for John A. Van Vlack marrying Madaline HONCK on 19th February 1839, in Whitby, Ontario, Canada , no mention is made of the name of the mother of James, Mary Ann, John or Elizabeth.

John A. Van Vlack and Madaline HONCK had three children together: (Daughter) Sara Jane Van Vlack born Whitby, Ontario (Daughter) Madeline Van Vlack born Whitby, Ontario (son) Darwin Lewis Van Vlack born Whitby, Ontario 1850

I would be so very greatful to any help, anyone could offer. Thank you for the opportunity to post on your site.

Sandra Van Vlack

Name:
Date: 1/26/2006
Time: 12:03:36 PM

Comments:

On the couple you wanted a date of marriage on from my records I have the date of 1799 because of the birth of the children they had then. Though my Mother I am a direct des; I had a book of Ms Wilson My name is Nancy L Stevens My mailing address is 4895 N. Woodrow Ave Fresno CA 93726 the email does not work.

Time: 2:16:46 PM

Comments:

I had left you my address from the other one before this but I had forgot to put in the apt number 125 that is on 4895 N. Woodrow at the time of the other one I had gave you the marriage date of teed and huyck but there was other facts I had left out they had alot of children if there is any one that wants to link themself up to the Huyck Line or Van Valkenburg family tree line sent me a cd with your data on it if you have other data back to three gen behind your self add that to the cd make sure that it is a window program that you have it in if you could pass this on to Ms Wilson that I had told her about my parents but in 2000 I had a break though on the father's side of the family that goes back though Edith Whitehead she had married a John L Stevens his father was a space above them because of that I was able to get back on the Line some more one of the children was name C Stevens so I had put her name in and the middle name my parents had gave me at birth came up with a link I had not counted on at the time she can check that out also It was Lee, you should see what that goes back to where it seems to end go to her father listing in it see who is his father about the year 1761\1765 under Lee find the first name there in the Paf program that came out from Salt Lake City Utah

thank you

Nancy L Stevens

Name: Wendy
Date: 1/26/2006
Time: 8:33:11 PM

Comments:

I have just learned of Sylvia Wilsons passing January 22, 2006 . She was a wonderful lady and helped me get my start on searching my Bovee Family. My heart goes out to her family and friends. We will all miss her.

Wendy L. (Bovee) Oldham

 

Name: Janet Krompier
Date: 1/31/2006
Time: 1:37:40 PM

Comments:

Huyck, Maria

b. abt 1770 NY

m. 1790 in Staatsburgh, Dutchess Co to Jeremiah Burger (s/o Martinus Burger and Catharine Hoogteeling) d. Feb. 25, 1863 in Gallatin and buried Vedder Church Cemetery, Gallatin, Columbia Co.

I'd love to connect her. . . any help would be most appreciated!

Name: Billie,
Date: 3/7/2006
Time: 7:54:51 AM

Comments:

Hello,

I am granddaughter of Ray Franklin Houck; his father Philetus Houck. I have little information of Ray, his brothers John Leroy Houck and Jay Houck aka Stanley Jay Allen; of their children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, so many things. I have been looking for Houck more than 20 years. My mom who is related to her father Raymond Franklin Houck, her name is Donna Rae Houck Johnson Row. My name is Billie Rae Row O'Banion Witte. I have two sons Robert James Hixenbaugh and Jimmy Wayne Hixenbaugh. If you have any question and please feel free and let me know. Thanks you. Have a wonderful week.

 

Name: Deb & Ryan Huyck,
Date: 4/22/2006
Time: 7:31:27 AM

Comments:

James Cyrus Huyck, born 11/15/1901, possibly Cheboygan, Mi. Son of Cyrus and brother to David, Robert (Ind), Ceila (Ark) and Mary. This is all the information we have concerning my husband's family tree. My In-Laws are celebrating their 50th anniversary this year and I would love to give them and our entire family a sense of family history. Any info connecting our family to other Huycks would be greatly appreciated. I'm also interested in the pronunciation diference of 'huick' vs 'Hike'. James married Grace May Wright who bore Florence, Thomas, Marcia & Harvey. After her death he married Dorothy Elwarden. Thank You!

 

 

Top of Page
Revised: 10 Feb 2008 20:47:20 -0800.

Revised: 10 Feb 2008 20:47:20 -0800.