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Re: GNEILKOY - can this be a German surname?
Posted by: Craig Fick (ID *****1467) Date: June 03, 2013 at 21:41:18
In Reply to: GNEILKOY - can this be a German surname? by Steven Baggs of 60058

This is Thelka Gneilkoy. She is from Millna Rogowa, Prussia. Now its Germany. Even Millna is not the correct name of the city i believe. she was born around 1860 from what i gathered. Married in March 30th of 1886 to Bernhard C. L. Fick in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Bernhard owned 159 acres and was a farmer originally from Ahrensbök, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. (http://www.usgennet.org/usa/sd/state/day_county/chapter16-2.html). This is my second great grandma. Through Charles Fick and Virgil Fick. I can not find their parents. and have no hard documents for them. All of this is from research on the internet! If you have anything on them and can share that would be awesome!


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