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Re: Kaake Family Pennsylvania
Posted by: Noreen Ueberer (ID *****4160) Date: August 12, 2004 at 10:26:42
In Reply to: Kaake Family Pennsylvania by angela wilson of 12

Hi Angela:
First:
Adam Kaake III b Sept. 15, 1841 in King Twp. York County, Ontario, Canada, m Mar 22, 1861 in Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada, d Mar 17. 1917 in Moosomin, Saskatchewan, Canada
Mary Jane Smith b Feb. 22, 1842, England d Mar 3, 1923, Moosomin, Sask, Canada
Father Joseph Smith
Mother: Mary Ann Parsons
There were 9 children. Do you need any of this info? Also have some info and Mary's siblings.
Second:
Adam Kaake II b abt l796 in Somerset County, Pa, m April 2, 1822 in St. James Cathedral, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (by Bishop John Strachan - a VIP) d August 29, 1878 in Etobicoke, Ontario Canada
Hannah Prentice, b July 22, 1803, in Humber Mills, Humber Bay, York County, Ontario Canada d July 14, 1879 in Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada
Father Oliver Prentice
Mother Sarah Boone
I have 11 children. Again, do you need any of this info? Have massive info on the Prentice family. Hannah's sister also married a Kaake.
Third:
Adam Andrew Kaake b 1766, m Abot. 1792 to Sarah Boone, d. March 27, 1845 in Somerset County, PA
I have no info on Sarah Boone except that she died about 1832.
However, I do know that he married Catherine Leighty on May 14, 1832 (preseumably following the death of Sarah) at St. James Cathedral, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
I too show 17 children, however,I have strong suspicions, due to dates, that we have two brother mixed up here and that all of the children do no belong to Adam Andrew. Could it be that there was an Adam and an Andrew? Both of these names appear through the generations.
Something that stands out is that they did not generally use second names until the mid 1800's.
This is the first I have heard of Charles William and could be the breakthrough I have been looking for.
I have visited the graves of Adam III and II. so I know this information is correct.
What further information can I hlep you with?
Cheers
Noreen


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