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Johannes Funfrock Book
Posted by: Susan Joy Lewis Date: December 04, 2001 at 16:42:58
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Johannes Funfrock, A Genealogy in Alsace-Lorraine and America, Charlene Finfrock Wilcox, 1986 is still in print and is available from the author ($45.00, includes postage, for an 8 1/2 by 11 hardbound book) at the following address:
Mrs. Charlene Finfrock Wilcox
Rossmoor
1316 Ptarmigan Drive # 2
Walnut Creek, CA 94595
This book includes the genealogy of the Funfrock/Finfrock/Finneyfrock/Fivecoat(s) family from Johannes, a professor of Latin in Alsace-Lorraine, born ca. 1530/1535; through five or six generations in Germany; lists several immigrants, and traces the family through the first three generations in America. It includes lots of extras like maps, copies of original German documents, photos of Funfrock descendants still living in Alsace, photos of significant locations in Germany/France, samples of old German script alphabets for help in deciphering original documents . . .
For the record, I have no interest in sales of this book other than that I was a potential descendant (now verified) and it took me about two years to track down the author, who lived in Ohio when she wrote the book.


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