Three Rivers
Hudson~Mohawk~Schoharie
History From America's Most Famous Valleys

Name: Daniel William Klock II <trulythc@msn.com>
Date: 2002-06-17
Comments:
I am 34 years old from Altoona PA. My grandparents are George and Ruth Klock. I am a musician. Guitar, mandolin and banjo are my instruments of choice. My stage name is Ragadee Hobo.

I have a question about the Klock history.

All clothes, paper and oil were made from hemp in the early days. Have there ever been any Cannabis... Hemp farmers in the family?

Contact me anytime at 1-814-944-8440 or visit www.grassmusic.tv this is my website I have a tv show over the internet, free music downloads are available and much more.

Also, I am Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Chapter of National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (PA NORML) visit www.panorml.org

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Name: John Carmody <fenianagain@hotmail.com>
Date: 2002-06-16
Comments:
What a great site! I look through it often as I research my Mower (Mowers, Mauer, Maurer) side of the family. We are looking for the grave of Conrad Mower who was a resident of Mohawk on the 1790 census, which is also the year he died. He fought at Oriskany. Thanks for having such a wonderful site.

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Name: Mike Miller <jmikemiller13@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-06-11
Comments:
Very nice site! I am looking for clues to my Great Grandfather Charles Bickford, he was said to have Mohawk blood in his past, The story says he could have gotten a quarter section of land for each of his children, but didnt want to admit having Indian blood.

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Name: Robert Garrigus <rgarrigus@hotmail.com>
Date: 2002-06-10
Comments:
I really enjoy your website. Would you know if elements of The Line - Artillery, Second Regiment under COLONEL JOHN LAMB and MAJOR SEBASTIAN BAUMAN were present in New York City when the British invaded that city. I notice the name John Garigues in this unit. A man by this name was supposedly captured in NY City and forced to join Delancy's Loyalists.

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Name: Jackie Klock <jjklock@hotmail.com>
Date: 2002-06-04
Comments:
What a wonderful site. I'm looking forward to visiting in the near future.

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Name: Sara haigh <dansara@glccomputers.com>
Date: 2002-06-03
Comments:
I am most impressed by this site and the information you present.

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Name: Sharon Steere <ss21803@alltel.net>
Date: 2002-05-30
Comments:
A descendant of Obadiah Green born 1756 who participated in the Revolutionary War. Would like to know more about him and his descendants.

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Name: Lisa Klock <lisa.klock@purc.ucsb.edu>
Date: 2002-05-29
Comments:
Wow! This website is GREAT! I am married to a Klock - his father's name is James Klock of which was born in New York. I will look into more information and get back to you. Most likely we are related in some way or another -- very excited to talk more!!! I did peek at the family reunion picture and did notice some similarities in the "Klock" body type!! :) Like I said, I will get back to you soon with more information!!!!!

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Name: Marie Reedy <rreedy@mics.net>
Date: 2002-05-22
Comments:
This is a wealth of research material. I am searching for the parents of 3 men believed to be brothers . They settle in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana. Ralph R& Samuel Conover (both born in 1811 in New Jersey, pos. Middlesex county) and William Conover ( born in Sept. 1816 in Cranbury, New Jersey). Ralph was indentured at 17 as a brick and stone mason. He married Elnor Snedeker in about 1834. William married Catherine Warth, a Swiss immigrant in about 1837. Ralph moves to IN in 1840 and William in 1855 after about 15 years in Cincinnati. The Conover name is a variation of the Dutch Van Kouwenhoven/ Covenhoven.

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Name: mary hedden peck <marypeck@klink.net>
Date: 2002-05-19
Comments:
You have an excellent site with so much to explore. I will visit it often.

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Name: Scott Sammons <Ulster61@Aol.com>
Date: 2002-05-19
Comments:
This is a very good site. I really enjoy reading the stories and information. I hope more can be added to make it better if possable.

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Name: Kathy A . Grasby <kathyg9898@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-05-17
Comments:
Very informative.

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Name: Tim Clock <timothy.pfg@batnet.com>
Date: 2002-05-17
Comments:
Though I only "looked in on" a few of the "pages" of this Ft. Klock website, my impression from those (as well as from the titles of the others) is "very impressive!" . I'm in the process of putting together an account of my family, the "Dutch" Klock/Clock clan descended from Abraham Martenszen Klock (ca. 1620-1666) of Albany/New Amsterdam, and cannot hope to even come close to the toroughness of your effort here.

Congratulations.

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Name: Ron Smith <rbsmith2000@btopenworld.com>
Date: 2002-05-09
Comments:
Was given the address of this site by a dear friend who lives near Ft Klock. She loves re-enactments and told me all about them. Loved visiting and found your area charming.

PS I'm from Scotland

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Name: Christine Lamb <chlamb@telus.net>
Date: 2002-05-08
Comments:
Such an interesting, comprehensive site - a great resource for a Klack/Clock descendant.

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Name: Richard Cromer <betdixie@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-05-06
Comments:
Being a direct descendant of the Palatines (Weaver and Youker connection) I find this web site invaluable.

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Name: John Gourlie <wldgse@mergetel.com>
Date: 2002-05-01
Comments:
I have been on this site many, many times to date and still I always find something new to review within it's pages. My 'Mohawk Valley' ancestor was a Loyalist, Malcolm McMartin (Lieutenant, Light Infantry Company,King's Royal Regiment of New York). I myself am also a member of the Sir John's Royal Yorkers (Living History unit)and have visited the Mohawk and Schoharie Valleys quite a number of times in recent years. I never ever get tired of visiting this area. It is so historic and picturesque and the people who inhabit the area are always very kind (even to us Tories....LOL!). I just wanted to say to you, to keep up the great work. To historians like yourselves, so many people are indebted just by visiting and learning something new.

Cheers from Canada,
Pte. John Gourlie
Capt. Samuel Anderson's Light Coy.
1st Battalion
King's Royal Regiment of New York


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Name: Carlos Wheatley <cwheats_2000@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-04-24
Comments:
I have visited Fort Klock several times. Being from Michigan and being interested in the Mohawk Valley, it's a nice representation of the colonial era of our country. I also have a picture in my familyroom that looks a lot like the stone building at the fort.

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Name: bob hoffman <vpointhof@msn.comHi>
Date: 2002-04-23
Comments:
Hi, is there any Hoffmans out there ?How about between Amsterdam and Herkimer ?Im looking into History. Im now living in Arizona. Bob

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Name: Kenneth Codney <kenhcod@msn.com>
Date: 2002-04-19
Comments:
I am looking for any information on Wm Codney, enlisted mand in The Levies (Graham), Levies (Malcom) in the Revelutionary war

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Name: tony wands <tonywands@adelphia.net>
Date: 2002-04-18
Comments:
Sir
Im from the old scoth family of wands new scotland n.y.From the firt family of John Wands the pioneer New Scotland N.Y.

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Name: bob hoffman <vpointhof@msn.com>
Date: 2002-04-13
Comments:
I started Genealogy in Nov, 2001,got my computer Mar 2002.I am lucky to live in Arizona now where there is a LDS Family where I get alot of info. I lived in Amsterdam from 1924 til Nov 1942,than ww2.I have much history probably between Amsterdam to Herkimer.I have an old trunk in the Fort Johnson Museum belonging to a John Hoffman born 1773,died 1867 and wife NancyBidleman Hoffman bborn1777.died1871 according to my late mother. I am related by blood to the Windecker and Klock families.Anyone interested?

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Name: Mike Monaghan <monaghan@eosinc.com>
Date: 2002-04-13
Comments:
Looking for additional information and ancestry on my 3rd great grandparents, Daniel D. Klock and Nancy Alter. They were married 26 Dec 1833 in the Reformed Dutch Church, Fort Plain, NY. I descend from their son, Daniel Levi Klock who moved to Staunton, Macoupin Co., IL. He was married there on 22 Feb 1860 to Mary Anna Dosia Sawyer. They had four children: Cass Albertram "Bert", Margaret Ann "Maggie", Ebern Thomas, and Mary Frances "Fan". Daniel Levi usually was called by his middle name, Levi. He served in the Civil War. It is believed that he had a brother, Sylvester who may have lived in Gloversville or St. Johnsville, as well as a half sister, Julia.
This is a great site!

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Name: Linda Stuhler <muffet43@cs.com>
Date: 2002-04-10
Comments:
I enjoyed reading everything on this website. I am a direct descendant of Captain Victor and Captain Garrett Putman. All the Putman's in this article are related. They come from Johannes Potman/Putman of the Netherlands. I wish I could find a biography on them.

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Name: Ronald Shouldis <rcshouldis@ncweb.com>
Date: 2002-04-09
Comments:
Great revolutionary war historical information

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Name: Jackie Mangana Zimmer <jace@citlink.net>
Date: 2002-04-08
Comments:
I love this site. My great Grandmother was a Klock and is related to Johannes Klock.

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Name: Mary Hedden Peck <marypeck@klink.net>
Date: 2002-04-06
Comments:
This is an amazing site. Ther is so much info to digest, I 'm sure I'll be spending a lot of time here. Thanks.

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Name: cindy douglas <cindymomb@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-04-02
Comments:
I married into the klock family, my mother in law is a klock i am searching for information on my kids heritage for a family file. i would appreciate any information you may be able to inform me on for my children

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Name: Florence Rosenbalm Hoffman <fhoffman@esper.com>
Date: 2002-03-27
Comments:
This is the most interesting site I have found in a long time, Thank you for your time and effort.

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Name: Liz Shelton <lizshelton57@hotmail.com>
Date: 2002-03-26
Comments:
My grandmother Lula Mae was a Klock in Mississippi. Her brothers and sisters were:
Neil Haven b.11-9-1896 d.8-1978
John
Ada b.11-15-1886 d.11-1972
Laura b. 11-21-1879 d.9-1974
Edith
Their father's name was John Charles Klock. married to Victoria Watson
I know very little about were and how they got to MS., and LA I think Neil(?neal) Haven was a state repr. or other higher up in the political arena
I would be thrilled to find someone who knows more of our line. If you can help, please let me know
Thanks
Liz


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Name: Debbie Cupp <cupp5@cox.net>
Date: 2002-03-24
Comments:
Wow! Thanks for all your efforts in getting this historical information online. I am at a great distance from a comprehensive NY library, so I especially appreciate your work.

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Name: julie bettinger brogan <juliebrogan@new.rr.com>
Date: 2002-03-16
Comments:
I am enjoying finding many of my ancestors in your site.
bellinger(bettinger),schnell, fehling(failing) kunigunda (cunigund) thanks so very much for providing some much history over the internet.

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Name: Barbara Hopper <bahopper@magma.ca>
Date: 2002-03-15
Comments:
As a descendant of Johan Jurg KAST(owner of the Kast Patent) and Sarah and Teddy McGINNESS (owners of the McGinnis Patent), I found your site a delight and a joy. (I especially enjoyed the two maps that show the McGinnis holdings!) Your site is easily the best historical site on the internet today and has been added to my "Favourites" list for quick future access. Nowhere have I seen SO much information available for viewing or downloading. Getting around the site is effortless, and the rewards are many. If this is the work of one person, I must bow to a dedication beyond any I have encountered. This site is a genealogist's dream come true. I visited Fort Klock in 1992 with my mother and daughter, and was much impressed with the care that is obviously being taken of this priceless piece of American history. Herkimer and Little Falls are wonderful places to visit, and the valley itself is a true haven for the history buff. My Loyalist ancestors must have been devastated to leave such a beautiful area, political beliefs aside. Thank you ALL so much for the incredible work and obvious love you have for the neighbourhood and for the website. Good luck, and I'll be back...both via the internet and back to Fort Klock. Cheers from Ottawa, Canada, Barbara Hopper (15 Mar 2002)

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Name: Lt. Col. Alfred J.Spiry,Sr.(ret) <aspiryfam@fuse.net>
Date: 2002-03-14
Comments:
As both Margaret and I are professional genealogists and genealogical columnists for three newspapers, we want to express our sincere thanks for your presentations. They are superb especially with the varied history of the Mohawk Valley. While that valley bore the prunt of the British/Indian depredations, the area of General Herkimer,
who while wounded and sitting under a tree directed the action of his troops. We realize that he was in the western part of Pennsylvania, which also suffered tremendous loses from the British/Indian incursions. Please keep up the good work, and if you publish a newsletter, please add us to the list, as we do want to keep in touch, and be able to inform our readers of your great work. Alfred J. and Margaret Cotton Spiry, Sr.

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Name: Lt.Col.Alfred J.Spiry Sr (ret) <aspiryfam@fuse.net>
Date: 2002-03-12
Comments:
To say that I was tremendously impressed with the work you are doing. Our first Spiry was Nickolas who came in 1750 and advertised to find his brother Thomas who had come in 1750.The older brother, Peter came in 1754 into Virginia. While Nickolas arrived in Philadelphia and stayed in Pennsylvania.

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Name: sharon nellis <sillennorash@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-03-11
Comments:
just thought it would be neat to check out some of our history thank you for putting this together for all of us everyone involved..

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Name: Nancy Wagner <Phoukie@37.com>
Date: 2002-03-10
Comments:
This site has provided a wealth of information to satisfy my curiosity as well as research needs. Thanks so much to all of you. I will be contributing to the restoration project.

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Name: Madeline Carey <madelinec@usadatanet.net>
Date: 2002-03-08
Comments:
It is so nice to learn that the Indian Castle Church has been restored. My Indian ancestor, Hilletje VanSlyck Van Olinda, was supposed to have lived near here.

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Name: LINDA LAWSON <LLAWSON@UMAIL.ALBANY.EDU>
Date: 2002-03-05
Comments:
I`VE GONE THRU JUST ABOUT EVERY ITEM IN THIS WEB SITE . ITS WONDERFUL. I FIND IT VERY HARD FINDING INFO ON THE HISTORY OF THE AREA. ALL OF YOU HAVE DONE A GREAT JOB WITH THIS SITE. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK.

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Name: Rebekah Suzanne Kempf <rebekahsuzanne@home.com>
Date: 2002-03-04
Comments:
Hi.

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Name: Randel Mott Cobb <rmottcobb@aol.com>
Date: 2002-03-02
Comments:
Interested in Mohawk lines, especially John Eyclshymer and Mary Evert, Ren. Cty NY.

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Name: Sally J. Klock <thekhouse@starband.net>
Date: 2002-03-02
Comments:
Thank you for this wonderful, informative web site. I have been visiting it for several years, but this is my first time to write. I am a 10th generation Klock (Hendrick/Maria Margaretha - Honorich Jr./Anna - Johannes/Margret -George I./Barbara - John G./Gertrude - Nehemiah/Almira - Robert Zebina (ZR)/Gertrude - Lewis/Elvira - Ward/Florence - Sally Klock/Michael Kleiman). Your web site has enabled me to learn so much about past generations of Klock, and it has allowed me to "get to know" some of my long-deceased relatives so that I feel as if I actually knew them. My father, Ward (1909-2000), is the little boy in the front row of the Klock family photo from 1920. My great grandparents, ZR and Gertrude, are the couple at the far right of the photo in the third row from the front. My grandparents, Lewis and Elvira, are standing next to my great grandparents. My Aunt Margret is also in the front row; she was 4 years old when the picture was taken, and still lives in upstate New York. I grew up in Johnstown, New York and now live in Ohio. When we visit New York, I love to visit Fort Klock and feel the past come alive. As I was growing up, I realized that I would not change my name when I married. As my father's Aunt Helen used to say, "Once a Klock, always a Klock"! Keep up the good work, and I'll consider myself fortunate to keep visiting the web site.

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Name: Don Pyke <sargncurlytop@aol.com>
Date: 2002-03-02
Comments:
I'm searching for ancestors.

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Name: Joe Van Driesen <Joervd@Yahoo.Com>
Date: 2002-02-25
Comments:
Looking for ancestor of Peter Van Driesen and D. Walrath and their son Adam. Most information found in Reformed church book I and II.

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Name: Richard Mackey, UE. <richard_mackey@telus.net>
Date: 2002-02-20
Comments:
My ancestors were Loyalist's who fought with Butler's Rangers. After the Revolutionary War they settled in Niagara Falls. However, they were also among the original Palatine settlers in the area. I have one ancestor, Benajamin Fralick who was married in the Stone Arabia Lutheran Church in 1770. You have a great site and I am enjoying the ability to learn more about the area were my ancestors settled and farmed the land.

Richard Mackey, UE
White Rock, B.C.
Canada.

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Name: Bruce McCallum <2bmccallum@rogers.com>
Date: 2002-02-17
Comments:
Extremely interesting website. I am searching for McCollums who came to Cherry Valley from Scotland in the late 1600's. James and John are two names and I have found references to each but no details as yet. The same applies to the Casler Family.
Question - how could Loyalists and Patriots live side by side while such horrific events werre taking place?

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Name: Gary A. Craver <gcraver1@nycap.rr.com>
Date: 2002-02-15
Comments:
Excellent site with lots of interesting information. Great work! I have multiple lines of German Palatine ancestry including Kuhn/Koon/Coon, Becker, Kilmer/Kuhlmann, Weiss, Weber, Hass, Craver/Graber, Sharp/Scherp, Barringer, Cool/Kool and more. I'll be making many return visits here in the future.

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Name: Dorothy Dodd <dorothy@lodisnet.com>
Date: 2002-02-14
Comments:
I went to the Klock reunion and I just wanted to drop in. I Plan on returning.

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Name: Susan Lemley Scott <toria@citlink.com>
Date: 2002-02-13
Comments:
Your site is wonderful. I came here searching to see if perhaps my LEMLEY ancestors might have come with the Palantine immigrants. I have not found them as yet, but I have not had time to search the entire site, so I will return often- until I have finished the search. Thank you so much for providing so much wonderful information in one place.

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Name: Anita Dingman <nene22@webtv.net>
Date: 2002-02-13
Comments:
I was looking for Youngloves and Gardiners. I think Moses Younglove may have been one of my ancestors cousins. I know the family left Washington County NY and went west.

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Name: Nancy Ferko <nferko@hotmail>
Date: 2002-02-11
Comments:
Hi,
I have one of your old books,The Mohawk Valley. Its Ledgends and History, by Reid. It was my gg grandmothers and given to me by her grandson. Although I have lived in the beautiful state of Alaska the lure of the Mohawk valley and Adirondack are calling. I'll be baack to this site for sure
Thanks, Nancy

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Name: Nancy Luckhurst <luckylynn@sault.com>
Date: 2002-02-08
Comments:
This is a real find. I have been looking for History on the Johnson family for 2 years. I think I am going to be able to find a lot here I can use and wil definitely be making a contibution in the very near future.

God bless you.

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Name: Diane Graner <RGraner@aol.com>
Date: 2002-02-07
Comments:
I am thriled with this site. I am looking for documetation on relatives that were in the revolution and discovered some of the family in the cemetery records, pension papers and church records. I would love to hear from any Flanders or Flander family members. I grew up in the Rochester area and have Flanders family in Steuben County.

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Name: George Henry Shaver, III <liberty1@cts.com>
Date: 2002-02-04
Comments:
What a wealth of wonderful information!!!

Thank you for all your effort.

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Name: seth klock <soklock@gamesharker.com>
Date: 2002-01-31
Comments:
i do not agree with the crest

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Name: Susan M. Nellis <snellis@twcny.rr.com>
Date: 2002-01-30
Comments:
Hi, I'm just starting to get interested in the geneology of our family. I am the daughter of the late Austin B. Nellis, who was born and lived his entire life on the New Turnpike Rd.. My grandparents were Benjamin and Bessie (Saltsman) Nellis. Bens' parents (my great-grandparents names were Charles and Anna (Ruller) Nellis. That's as far back as I can go. Any further information you may have would be very much appreciated. Thank You. Sue

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Name: terry klock <tklock@gt.rr.com>
Date: 2002-01-27
Comments:
son of Charles Lionel Klock, son of Charles Ishmael Klock, son of “Billö WILLIAM HELMER KLOCK and “AGNESö MARY (SOBIECH) KLOCK **.

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Name: William Henry Pickard <bpickard@ohiohistory.org>
Date: 2002-01-24
Comments:
Excellent web page. I am descended from an old Mohawk Valley clan that includes the names Weiser, Bratt, Walrath and Genter. Others of these lines please inquire. Thank you.

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Name: frances midlar <fmidlar7@aol.com>
Date: 2002-01-24
Comments:
A descendant of Hendrick Klock, Conrad Klock, Joseph Klock, Joseph Klock,Jr., Julia Klock, Almira Cummings, Leta Bellinger, Wilford Bellinger, Frances Bellinger Midlar.

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Name: teresa a wands <twands@nycap.rr.com>
Date: 2002-01-23
Comments:
cool

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Name: Yvonne Klock <njtictoc@wallnet.com>
Date: 2002-01-22
Comments:
I have visited Fort Klock several times and my sister-in-law is working on the genealogy, which shows direct ties to the Klocks at Fort Klock. I grew up in Northern New York (LaFargeville) which has many Klocks and in fact our family lived on Klock Road in the Town of Orleans. Very enjoyable site - many thanks.

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Name: Joyce Edwards Haldeman <whaldeman@citlink.net>
Date: 2002-01-21
Comments:
I am searching local area history to find relatives' names and the places they lived from the 1700's until present. (Specifically: Nellis, Klock, Saltsman, Edwards)

Joyce Edwards Haldeman

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Name: Thomas McMaster <tomdot@uneedspeed.net>
Date: 2002-01-21
Comments:
I am researching the mcmasters that fought in the
Revolutionary War with the Tryon County Militia

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Name: Lore Olson Kebir <kebir@MSN.com>
Date: 2002-01-17
Comments:
Just discovered your website after finding the colonial home of my ancestor, Abram Staats on another website. In your drawing of Martyr at Auriesville, the Dutch Chaplain at Fort Orange, Dominie Megapolensis, saved Father Isaac Jogues from the Mohawk Indians in 1643. Dominie came to New Netherlands with my ancestor Abram Staats in 1642.

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Name: Ed McGuire <no9lennon9@aol.com>
Date: 2002-01-12
Comments:
Nice work, many thanks for the hard work. Regards

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Name: Reginald Shier <rshier@sympatico.ca>
Date: 2002-01-10
Comments:
A great site. I keep returning to it for more information or a refresher. Great work.

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Name: Maryjane <mjpjinc@ntcnet.com>
Date: 2002-01-09
Comments:
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Name: Calvin Killoran <cbk1@sympatico.ca>
Date: 2002-01-07
Comments:
A great piece of work.

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Name: Robert Shaver <Shaverr@Ctaz.com>
Date: 2002-01-06
Comments:
Very Interesting, I'm a decendent of Nicolaus Shaeffer and Elizabeth Ehl.

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Name: Liz Hiller Schulte <rjschulte@msn.com>
Date: 2002-01-01
Comments:
Wonderful web site!!!! I've been researching my Hiller ancestors for several years and this is the most comprehensive web site on the history of their Mohawk Valley roots. I'll try to put some information together to submit on Jacob Hiller and his descendants.

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Name: dick long of Ilion <Hykeit@aol.com>
Date: 2001-12-20
Comments:
Very interesting. Will spend more time reading all of it. thanks

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Name: Ted Beyer <fendstrat@home.com>
Date: 2001-11-28
Comments:
I am a former resident of Ft Plain (grow up there) and now live in Dallas Texas. Very nice site.

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Name: Robert B. Klock <klockrb>
Date: 2001-11-14
Comments:
This was an unknown treat to find out history of my family. My Great Grandfather Jacob moved from the New York area to New Orleans. My Grandfather Nathan Paul Allen Klock started a large family there.

I am a Navy Commander and have ran into a few Klocks in the military, all from the Northeast.

It is fascinating to know that with an unusual name like Klock you must be related somehow.

I hope to visit the area someday.
Robert Brian Klock

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Name: Courtney Standley <advinc@optonline.net>
Date: 2001-11-05
Comments:
My mother's maiden name was Klock. Her father, an only child, born, 1900-1901, his first name was Duane. I believe he came from Homer, NY. Please let me know if he is indeed a member of this family. Thank you.

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Name: John T Wagner <j_wagner32@hotmail.com>
Date: 2001-11-05
Comments:
Decendant Of Henry Klock-1709

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Name: Marguerite Crist Calvin <cristcalvin@ohiohills.com>
Date: 2001-11-03
Comments:
Very nice site!

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Name: Sally McCollum <salnral@aol.com>
Date: 2001-11-01
Comments:
Very nice ! My husband is the great great grandson of Benjamin Klock who was born in NY, moved to Michigan between 1850 & 1860, and died in Tuscola Co. Michigan.

I found our Benjamin listed in the genealogy of Johnannas Klock. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!

What a wonderful presentation.
Sally

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Name: Richard Baker <bijousix@aol.com>
Date: 2001-10-30
Comments:
Family tradition leads me to believe my ancestor Jacob Becker b abt 1695 died abt 1772 in Pennsylvania was a member of the Palatine immigrants in Schoharie,NY. He is supposed to have been buried in Pennsylvania. This site has been most interesting and informative. Thank you.

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Name: Lida Fikes Perfetto <sidlida@northnet.org>
Date: 2001-10-22
Comments:
Thanks so much for putting all the effort into getting this information online and available. I am attempting to learn more about my family, the Palatine Fikes (various spellings). I have learned a great deal about them and our allied Palatine families by using the historical references on this site. Good job! Awesome!

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Name: John Le Garignon <j.legarignon@videotron.ca>
Date: 2001-10-17
Comments:
Very well done! I particularly enjoyed reading large extracts of books as my ancestor (William Kennedy) was a tenant of the Johnson's at least from September 1778 to February 1782 in Philadelphia Bush before he fled to Canada with his wife (Mary Butler) and their six children. If ever someone came accross something on him (name also spelled Kenedy or Canada) or on his neighbour Michael Carman please get in touch. Thanks and keep on the good work.

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Name: RICHARD A. KLOCK <DOPEY@USB.COM>
Date: 2001-10-17
Comments:
INTERESTING INFORMATION

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Name: phillip giancursio <phillipg@mail.localnet.com>
Date: 2001-10-03
Comments:
nice page.very intesting and well done....thanks

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Name: Roger Grimshaw <evieroger@yahoo.com>
Date: 2001-10-01
Comments:
Hi all, Very good web site. Am trying to trace a few ancestors, the Wax family (Fort Plain) John and Anna Wax probably around 1850 to 1870. The Reamon family (Henry and Margaret Willick Reamon probably around 1850-1870 (Fort Plain), and George Grimshaw's son Myron, who played baseball for the Boston Red Sox from 1907 to 1909. Can't find anything on Myron's family (wife, children etc). I know he was born in St. Johnsville and died in Canajoharie. I live in Florida and haven't made a trip back to Canajoharie for some time now. Anyone knowing anything of the above individuals would be greatly appreciated. Thanks. Roger Grimshaw (Canajoharie 1935 until 1954).

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Name: Robert E Zerbe <rzerbe4@home.com>
Date: 2001-09-30
Comments:
I am new to genealogy. I am undertaking this project as a gift for my grandchildren. I believe that it is important to have a historical perspective on family roots and history.

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Name: Joyce Everingham <Castilianaz@aol.com>
Date: 2001-09-20
Comments:
Your site is super! I came there looking for a Polly Dingman who married SR Spencer. I didn't find them but I did enjoy your site - and viewed many parts of it. I am a descendant of Johannes Straub from the Kochertal group. Of course, he is on your list. I used to drive through that area. It was like a trip home to visit there. Bravo, from Arizona.

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Name: Frances Emerson <emersofe@flcc.edu>
Date: 2001-09-20
Comments:
This site is wonderful. It has some of the books' sections I've been researching in the library right here on my screen now where I can have them at home or at work to scour rather than do it at the library. And if I could take the books out, I couldn't keep them for long periods of time before I had to return them. Here, I can. Thanks. Frances Emerson

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Name: Blake Vrooman <BlakeVrooman@juno.com>
Date: 2001-09-16
Comments:
I visited Fort Klock August 29, 2001 while on vacation and enjoyed it very much. I especially found the historical knowledge of Margaret Johnson to be a very valuable.

Thanks!!!

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Name: Bonnie Eckler <breezyb@peoplepc.com>
Date: 2001-09-09
Comments:
My daughter and I took our first visit there on September 8,2001 for the craft festival. We really enjoyed it. hope you continue that event!!!

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Name: Colleen Monge <franciscomonge@msn.com>
Date: 2001-09-07
Comments:
Hello I love Fort Klock Craft Fairs!

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Name: Colleen Jones <sales@indianorchard.com>
Date: 2001-09-06
Comments:
I am searching for the Klock Family that came out of or resides in and around Lodi, NJ.

My brother has been badgering me for a year to locate the family.

He received an old family bible that once belonged to the Klock Family. He would like very
much to return it to the rightful heirs.

Colleen Jones
sales@indianorchard.com

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Name: Daisy Regina Klock <daisyklock@yahoo.co.uk>
Date: 2001-09-05
Comments:
I am finding very interesting to learn more about one part of my own German family whom emmigrated to North America.

I am Brazilian, 37, and direct descendant of Klock family from Hunsruk area, southeast Germany.

I am still looking for their exactly birthplace, however learning about this immigrants history make me very proud to be KLOCK.

My genealogy:
DAISY REGINA KLOCK, daughter of BRAZ PAULO KLOCK, who was son of NORBERTO KLOCK, who was son of HEINRICK KLOCK, who was son of MATHIAS KLOCK (German pioneer), who was son of MATTHIAS KLOCK and MARIA ZIMMERMANN (both German pioneers that emmigrated to Brazil during 1830-1840, to Santa Catarina, South state Brazil).


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Name: steve & stephanie counterman <ssbjm@webtv.net>
Date: 2001-08-31
Comments:
we just happened to come across this site while searching for family history. wow!! unbelievable!
we found this site to be very informative.thanks

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Name: Martin C. Dochstader <mdoch68@aol.com>
Date: 2001-08-30
Comments:
Loved the sight, had a lot of info.

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Name: Debra <californiadebcanada@hotmail.com>
Date: 2001-08-29
Comments:
Excellent Site!!!
Lots of reading,will be visiting often,many thanks to those who put together such a informative site. Tracing My McDonald line from Mohawk Valley into Canada.
Thanks! Debra

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Name: Mary Trainor <Maryshibley@Webtv.net>
Date: 2001-08-27
Comments:
This is a terrific site. I will be working on this for ages. Thank you so much. Mary Trainor

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Name: Nancy Frost <njf1@humboldt.edu>
Date: 2001-08-27
Comments:
Enjoyed reading the information. Extensive

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Name: Pat Hacker <sierrakh@aol.com>
Date: 2001-08-24
Comments:
I am researching Dockstader, Getman and Glenar. Stopped by the Fort last summer. Drove by just a week ago but didn't have time to stop and see if anything new has been done. I have several wills for Dockstader and Getman and pension docs. Would be glad to share or even copy them to contribute to the sight.

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Name: Pete Shew <shewpm@morganco.net>
Date: 2001-08-23
Comments:
Godfrey Shew & his family from Fish House near Johnstown , are ancestors of mine

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Name: Jo Dever <gdever@columbus.rr.com>
Date: 2001-08-23
Comments:
Enjoyed visiting very much. Wonderful site.

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Name: Dorotha Daphine Klock <cnholmes@msn.com>
Date: 2001-08-20
Comments:
Daughter of Charles Ishmal Klock who was the son of William Helmer Klock who settled in Oklahoma from New York.

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Name: John Schaffer <john@schaffer.org.uk>
Date: 2001-08-14
Comments:
Thanks for a fascinating site. I was particularly interested in the Maria Elizabeth Schaffer page.

I have so far traced my family back to the marriage in 1782 of Georg Schäffer and Elizabeth JUBY and the Names Maria and Elizabeth occur frequently in the family as do the names Gworge, John & Frederick.

It is possible that Georg's ancestors were Palatines but I have yet to establish that.

Thanks again for all the helpful info on your site

John

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Name: David W. Klock <klock@accn.org>
Date: 2001-08-13
Comments:
I would like to thank everyone who attended the Klock Family Homecoming Reunion. It was a lot of fun. I have never seen so many Klocks in one place in all my life! We will have to do it again. Many thanks to the Board of Fort Klock and all the Volunteers who helped with the
Reunion. Dave

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Name: Niels Martin <littlefoot@oregontrail.net>
Date: 2001-08-12
Comments:
The 23rd Psalm is one of my favorites

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Name: Tim Klock <tjklock@localnet.com>
Date: 2001-08-08
Comments:
I was at the family reunion and I must say we had had a wonderful time. Dave did an outstanding job with planning and making the event a great sucess. I was just wondering if anyone had any info regarding JACOB KLOCK, SON OF JOHN J and father of My great granfather Sherman. I just can't seem to find much on him in anywhere. If any one hasd any info please e-mail me I would greatley apreciate it. Again, to Dave and his family.... You did a wonderful job.
Tim Klock....Herkimer NY

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Name: julie wilson <jwilson_762hotmail.com>
Date: 2001-08-02
Comments:
hi everyone
i was in town over the week end and stopped by the fort to see what was going on. after 20 years it still touches my heart. We spent two summers working there as care takers and really enjoyed every minute of our stay there. I am glad to see all the new changes and that it is doing well. I would like to here from you. thanks julie hayes wilson

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Name: Winifred McNabb <winmcnabb@aol.com>
Date: 2001-07-24
Comments:
Awesome site. I'm searching for Hans George Diefendorf, b. 1729, often referred to as George. What proof is there that he was a Tory. Is there a marriage record?

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Name: Lynn Lusson <oldcargirl@iwon.com>
Date: 2001-07-10
Comments:
I am a Bellinger/Klock descendant, and and thrilled to happen upon this website at the suggestion of a genealogy forum connection! Thank you so much! I hope to visit someday!

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Name: Dorotha Daphine Klock <cnholmes@ak.net>
Date: 2001-07-06
Comments:
Grandaughter of William Helmer Klock
Daughter of Charles Ishmal Klock, the 7th Son of William Helmer Klock

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Name: Ned Pratt <nedpratt66@aol.com>
Date: 2001-07-03
Comments:
A very nice site. Good work.

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Name: gayle busselle <gayle_busselle@yahoo.com>
Date: 2001-06-26
Comments:
I am not sure yet but I think that I have found a ggggg grandfather. I have to have my cousin check this out!

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Name: Wayne B. Eisenlord <Byter@WebTv.Net>
Date: 2001-06-17
Comments:
What a great site. All the labors involved over a period of many years. All I can say is thank you for all the pleasure that I have derived from visiting just once!

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Name: Dan Klock <devillock138@ironmaiden.com>
Date: 2001-06-15
Comments:
whats up all dan klock here from new jersey...just searched my name for the hell of it and was lead here....my father is Ty Klock and his dad Tybertus Klock..thats all for todays lesson

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Name: Michael F. Clock <Tchroncall@aol.com>
Date: 2001-06-04
Comments:
I live in Cleveland Ohio, and visited the fort about four years ago for a reunion. However, it was cancelled because of rain! I sure do hope it does not rain this year!

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Name: Darlene W. Bentley <gbentley@net-thing.net>
Date: 2001-06-01
Comments:
Last year I came across your website, which delighted me to no end!! I have found it very interesting & educational! I'm a descendant of Johann Peter & George Wagner. When doing my research to get into the DAR my father, who lives in Liverpool, NY, took my husband & I to Fonda & several other places to get information. We went to Ft. Klock, however it was in the spring & not open yet. My husband & I are hoping to visit Ft. Klock and the surrounding area this August! I'm very much look foreward to touring the Fort! Today, I'm sending in my application to become a supporting member.

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Name: howard klock <klockbuster@aol.com>
Date: 2001-05-31
Comments:
i am from herkimer, grandfather was sherman klock

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Name: Robert e lord <rlord333@aol.com>
Date: 2001-05-29
Comments:
i am a long ways away, great to see the ft klock group is doing so well.
I worked a little on the building and enjoyed the reinactments. getting old now,if anyone needs help with the
fredrick klock 1771 marriage to magdalenia klock1773 and there daughter magdalena klock and george lasher union i can help with documentation. This is one of the best sites
i have seen--bob lord

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Name: Susan Klock Dean <susanadean@hotmail.com>
Date: 2001-05-26
Comments:
I've been doing some family history. There seems to be some Klock/General Clinton connections.

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Name: Sharon Klock-Gilbert <4maples@midcoast.com>
Date: 2001-05-24
Comments:
Glad to hear about the Klock reunion. Will try to attend. My family has always been very interested in the Klock family history. My grandfather was Kenneth Klock from Little Falles, NY and his only child was my father James Robert Klock. I have one brother, James Edward Klock; one sister, Debbie Klock-Romano and my mother Shirley B. Klock.
Hope to see you in August it sounds like great fun.

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Name: ARLO KLOCK <AKDK3094 AOL.COM.>
Date: 2001-05-23
Comments:
KLOCK FORM HAMPSHIRE ILL AKDK3094

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Name: Roswell Blake Timmerman <rbt@sciarabbawalker.com>
Date: 2001-05-18
Comments:
I'm 37, and just found out I am a decedent of Lt. Henry Timmerman of the Rev. War. I am just now beginning my research into the family tree. I plan to attend the family reunion, at this wonderful looking church.

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Name: Thomas J. Klock <no email address>
Date: 2001-05-17
Comments:
I'm kevin, signing the guest book for my dad Thomas J. Klock .

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Name: Harry Windecker <hwindeck@buggs.net>
Date: 2001-05-16
Comments:
My g6 g-father served in the Revolution (Frederick Windecker). Your site has provided some valuable supporting evidence.

My gg g-father George Willard Windecker of Manheim, married Melissa (born Amanda Melissa in 1947) Her father, Daniel b 1818 appears to be the son of Adam (or Johann Adam)& C. Snyder; with Daniel, the grandson of Adam J. and C. Stauring; Daniel being the gg-son of Adam, b 1731 and married to Caty Seeber. Is this Adam, the son of Col. Klock? Who can I contact for discussion on this topic?

I will return to my ancestral home in the Mohawk Valley in June and will stop by for a visit. (My parents dragged me away when I was five years old.)

Your site is a great resource and I have suggesteed it to several other folks doing family history research on ancestors from the Valley.

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Name: James Roberts Klock <lrklock@vtc.net>
Date: 2001-05-15
Comments:
A very interesting website about the most interesting (and most humble) people I know of........

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Name: John Alvord Thompson <john_thompson-@msm.com>
Date: 2001-05-11
Comments:
Thanks for a great site! I live out in Ohio now but have a tribe of valley ansestors,I am a direct desendant of the Alvord, Getman, Harter, Helmer and VanSlyke famlies, the Thompson's came in late (1785).
Thank again
John

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Name: Roger Klock <Klock@edmail.com>
Date: 2001-05-11
Comments:
YOU ARE RELATED YOUR COUISN

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Name: Harlan Smith <smithhar@iquest.net>
Date: 2001-05-09
Comments:
Look forward to finding good info on your site. Here in Indiana, the public librarians can find me little info on Oriskany Battle, Gen. Herkimer or Col. Willett. I am descended from Maj. Christopher William Fox (of Fox's Mills) who served under Col. Klock.

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Name: dave stott <dkstott@compuserve.com>
Date: 2001-05-09
Comments:
I could just kiss anyone associated with this site !!!

I finally found my GG grandfather Adam M. Wilday listed in the St. Johnsville cemetery...

This is unbelievable...

Now I need to get to the cemetery and see if his wife is buried there as well..

Dave Stott

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Name: donna hair <hairbear2k@gateway.net>
Date: 2001-04-27
Comments:
iwondered if you have any writtings of betty billabrowk. i know she was working on a book befor she died do you have any papers. she may have done for you ?

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Name: Roberta Klock Leedy <enginegirl@webtv.net>
Date: 2001-04-27
Comments:
Looking for Klock relatives - ggrandfather John Austin Klock - Chambersburg, Pa. Franklin County - thought I'd check out the site.

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Name: Srenda Scott <srenda7@sinclair.net>
Date: 2001-04-23
Comments:
Very nice site! Well done and I enjoyed it - especially since I grew up "down the road a piece" in Nelliston!

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Name: Winifred McNabb <winmcnabb@aol.com>
Date: 2001-04-18
Comments:
So much information; remarkable site. I'm researching the Diefendorf families looking for information on Hans George, b. 1729 (probably). Supposed to be an ancestor of mine. Will be in Little Falls with Elderhostel trip in July, 2001. Thanks again for the hard work on this site.

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Name: Kathy Flanders Hudson <kthudson@mkl.com>
Date: 2001-04-15
Comments:
Very interesting site, I'll be back.

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Name: Gladys O'Brien Clark <leongladys@aol.com>
Date: 2001-04-12
Comments:
This is a wonderful site and has much information connected with my family Genealogy. It just fasinates me to find the Gravesites, and so much information. Thank you.

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Name: David Shadduck <dasmls@epix.net>
Date: 2001-04-12
Comments:
Very interesting site.
I'm very interested since my GGGGF, Thomas Shadduck was a
soldier of the Revolutionary War in that area and his wife, Eveline Frank had 3 brothers also serving in the Rev. War from that area. Thomas & 2 of her brothers have files at the National Archives.
I'm hunting for more information on them and where they may be buried in that area.

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Name: Gloria Gribling <gribrelate@hotmail.com>
Date: 2001-04-12
Comments:
Fantastically detailed sight with great surname lists. Haven't yet found my Mohawk family name GRIBLING however but the historical information is very helpful. I'll check in periodically. Thanks for all your work! Gloria Gribling

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Name: Betty Bellinger Bateman <bbateman@together.net>
Date: 2001-04-12
Comments:
Glad to have found this. Very interesting. Am going back to read more.

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Name: Clifford Sager-Lennon <siryos@excite.com>
Date: 2001-04-04
Comments:
Henry Sager listed in t Johnsville cemetery records burried in lot 356 is my Great Great grandfather.

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Name: Bob Cohen <bobco24@webtv.net>
Date: 2001-04-04
Comments:
Am interested in the New World DUTCH bARN TYPE Have contacted Bud Miner who is doing survey and got here through a link from his website.

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Name: Rev. Bob Dievendorf <dievenrc@accessus.net>
Date: 2001-04-02
Comments:
Love your new site - the work that went into ito it is very noticable and appreciated by us who use it to keep our "back east ties" in tact. Keep up the wonderful work!! Bob

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Name: Khris W. Klock <klock@cbnnow.com>
Date: 2001-03-29
Comments:
I want to vist Fort Klock this summer. I am a decendent of John Klock.

Khris W. Klock

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Name: Judy Bradshaw <jubrad616@excite.com>
Date: 2001-03-25
Comments:
Looked at the Klock Family history with Jerry & Holly Klock
from Michigan on March 25,2001

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Name: Marion (Mosher) Keyser <geomark@mvip.net>
Date: 2001-03-22
Comments:
Very interesting site. I am a resident of Little Falls in Herkimer County now, but grew up in and near St. Johnsville, graduating from St. Johnsville High in 1948. So much to learn about this area of the Mohawk Valley and about my ancestors. Thanks.

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Name: Di Mitchell <martin_mitchell@lineone.net>
Date: 2001-03-17
Comments:
Another amateur genealogist - I'm a descendent of those OTHER Palatines who went to Ireland. I'm finding the inclusion of Walter Knittle's book on your site extremely useful. I am also learning more about those German 1709ers, camped in London along with my own ancestors who actually DID make it to America at the very beginning.
"Palatines to Ireland" and "Palatines to America" should get together more often to compare notes!
Di Mitchell, England
Barkman/Shier/Le Gear descendent

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Name: Julie Klock Batorski <saki500@aol.com>
Date: 2001-03-16
Comments:
This has been the most usefull site thus far in the search
for my family tree.

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Name: Wanda Burch <Wanda.burch@oprhp.state.ny.us>
Date: 2001-03-15
Comments:
'Wonderful web site--we are envious. Of course you know most of the Simms material should be taken with a huge "grain of salt." Not much is useful for research and documentation in primary sources proves most of it inaccurate. For example, Anne's nickname was "Nancy." Nancy was not an erroneous name for Sir William's daughter. But Simms is delightful as an anecdotal piece of folklore.

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Name: Vincent Klock <mtnviewguy@hotmail.com>
Date: 2001-03-12
Comments:
Thank you for the web site. It brings me closer to the family than ever...thanks again...and yes, the Klock's finally made it west. Vincent Klock

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Name: Clifford Sager-Lennon <siryos@excite.com>
Date: 2001-03-10
Comments:
Hello, My G-G Grandfather and mother is listed in your St. Johnsville cemetery records. As Well as some fo his children and their spouses. He is also listed as a barber in the 1860 City directory on main Street. Henry Sager b 1834 d 1906, ant Ann Martha Sager b 1834 d 1884, also His second wife Mary Sager b 1849 d 1897. Daughter Jessie Sager Kennedy and her Husband Mathew Kennedy. Son Henry Sager b 1868, d 1920. I dont have much to contribute other than decendants. Henry had 13 children. Sincerely Cliff

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Name: Steven Klock <mustang@rushmore.com>
Date: 2001-03-10
Comments:
Found your site very informative for my family history. The only thing is that my records show the Colonel had 8 children. Not shown on the list is Daniel (1801-1874) my great...grandfather. I would be willing to share my list if anyone is interested. It covers from Henry (1663-1760) to 8 genreations later.

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Name: John Lamb <jlamb@westmoreland-csd.moric.org>
Date: 2001-03-09
Comments:
Your site is great!
Tons of information

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Name: Diane Bloessl {nee Feader} <hbloessl@midbc.com>
Date: 2001-03-05
Comments:
I am a descendant of William Feeter. I visit your site often and really enjoy reading about the history of the Mohawk Valley. I hope to pay a visit someday. Keep up the good work!

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Name: Patricia Mossotti <MPatmoss@aol.com>
Date: 2001-03-05
Comments:
Very interesting web site.

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Name: Patricia Mossotti <MPatmoss@aol.com>
Date: 2001-03-05
Comments:
Very interesting web site.

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Name: Nancy Barginear <Najoba@hotmail.com>
Date: 2001-02-22
Comments:
Would you know where I can find information about the ancestry of David Williams (of the John Andre-Benedict Arnold fame) and his spouse, reportedly a Miss Benedict?

David Williams was the uncle of my great-grandmother.

Thank you for any help you can furnish.

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Name: Nancy Barginear <Najoba@hotmail.com>
Date: 2001-02-21
Comments:
David Williams was my great-grandmother's uncle. I really enjoyed reading about the capture of Major Andre.

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Name: Martha Kopra <MAKopra@msn.com>
Date: 2001-02-21
Comments:
Amazing amount of information! Enjoyed browsing. Site very nicely presented.

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Name: Bill Abbott <wsabbott@aol.com>
Date: 2001-02-17
Comments:
You have done a wonderful work with your web site. Congratulations. Keep up the good works and have a great day!

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Name: Barbara Geissler <Seamstress7034@cs.com>
Date: 2001-02-17
Comments:
This is totally awesome.I grew up in Little Falls and love this web sight.

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Name: Marion (Mosher) Keyser <geomark@mvip.net>
Date: 2001-02-15
Comments:
This is the first time I have visited the site. Excellent. I am a former resident of the Town of St. Johnsville (Crum Creek section) and am interested in genealogy, especially of the Mosher, Fry (Frye) and Keyser (Kyser) families. Thanks.

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Name: Glenda Vosburgh <gvos@swbell.net>
Date: 2001-02-12
Comments:
Great site with lots of useful information. Hats off to everyone who worked to make it happen!

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Name: lynn crabtree <howlynn@americusks.net>
Date: 2001-02-08
Comments:
your pictures are amazing.. so realistic.. im very impressed... goig to show these to my students in high school......... :)

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Name: Nicholas Nash <nnash@bigfoot.com>
Date: 2001-02-06
Comments:
Descendant of Harmanus Van Slyck (Slyke). Have made one visit to Fort Klock and am looking forward to the next. Wonderful web site!

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Name: Lorraine O'Dell <lio15@rocketmail.com>
Date: 2001-02-05
Comments:
Excellent, excellent site, so much to look through. I am descended from a Wormuth line. I have not verified the connection to Peter Wormuth yet but we think the connection is there.

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Name: Nancy Flock <z555@together.net>
Date: 2001-02-01
Comments:
Great site. So much to read. I am looking for information on the Shults family of Stone Arabia. I am the 5th great granddaughter of Henry Shults. He is on the monument at the Oriskany Battlefield.

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Name: Henning Klock <kuhklock@t-online.de>
Date: 2001-01-29
Comments:
I´am living in germany and my name is also Klock. It`s very interesst to see how many Klock`s are living in the world. greats vom germany.
Henning Klock

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Name: Melvin Praiswater <marmel@ccp.com>
Date: 2001-01-27
Comments:
Thank you for such a complete ,detailed , interesting account that can be reached on the internet.

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Name: D J <cadagee@sosinet.net>
Date: 2001-01-24
Comments:
Tracing the Christy/Sutz line in Manheim.This site has given me more information on the history of the time

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Name: David A. Smith <ke4uei@gate.net>
Date: 2001-01-23
Comments:
Good Day: I live in Florida now, but was born and raised in Canajoharie. I was in the class of 1972 of Canajoharie High School. I am disabled now, being struck by lightning, but am preparing to write a book about the area.
If you have newsletters or info I could use, please email them to me. I miss it up there, and traveling is just not possible due to my injury. I thank you very much and God Bless:

David A. Smith
3687 SE Upper St.
Stuart, FL 34997-8159
ke4uei@gate.net EMAIL
www.gate.net/~ke4uei WEB SITE


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Name: Penny Van Curler Singleton <Boogie_Woogie@yahoo.com>
Date: 2001-01-21
Comments:
I visit your site often!
Love it.
Penny

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Name: Eric T. Fettinger <fett4@superior.net>
Date: 2001-01-17
Comments:
Great interest! Klock family descendent.

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Name: Ricardo Mark Johnson <rjohnson@jchance.com>
Date: 2001-01-17
Comments:
I am currently working on my family geanealogy and located Fort Klock website. Great historic material here. Hope to visit in person soo. My family is from Cortland/Syracuse/Schenectady. I am researching the Johnson and Peek/Peak(e) Families. My grandmother was Norma Thelma Peak from Cortland, NY and have traced back to William Henry Peek born Abt1775 possibly related to Johannes Peek.
Great Website!
Ricardo Mark Johnson
Lafayette, Louisiana

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Name: Stanley A. SHAUT <shaut@cts.com>
Date: 2001-01-15
Comments:
I have seen the roster of guestbook signers and I am impressed. I'll have to return when I have more time.

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Name: Loleta Ehle Schaefer <rvrrr@rconnect.com>
Date: 2001-01-14
Comments:
We will be visiting in August of 2001

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Name: John Welser <jawels@aol.com>
Date: 2001-01-13
Comments:
still trying to find Hans Jurg Nellis born about Oct 1732 St. Johnsvile.

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Name: Jackie Mangana-Zimmer <jace@citlink.net>
Date: 2001-01-05
Comments:
Very interesting material. Enjoyed it.

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Name: Terry Nichols <nicholst@uwstout.edu>
Date: 2001-01-01
Comments:
Superb site!! I'm looking for the CLICKNER surname and I'll bet I'll be back here again to tie my CLICKNERs to Clock/Glock surnames from the early Palatines.

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Name: Joseph D. Klock <joeklockbuilder 18@yahoo.com>
Date: 2000-12-26
Comments:
My father was from upper state New York. He was born in 1900. I heard of Fort Klock when I was on a cruise. I will try to visit Fort this summer.

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Name: Joan Francis <http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Pond/3965>
Date: 2000-12-26
Comments:
Stunning site with incredible work! Thanks, and Happy New Year!

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Name: Mark Lepper <mlepper381@cs.com>
Date: 2000-12-22
Comments:
I really enjoy you work. The many writings are really facinating and even more so when I find family listed. My ancestor Philip Henry Lepper died on his way over to America while traveling with his wife and five children. It appears that by the time they reached New York, only two children had survived along with their mother. She shows up on the Governors ration list. All this I was able to obtain through your documents. Thanks! Mark

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Name: Christine Van Der Karr <cvdk@earthlink.net>
Date: 2000-12-13
Comments:
Thanks for a great site.

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Name: Mark Gade <mlgade@aol.com>
Date: 2000-11-29
Comments:
Thank you for this great web site. I will meet early next week with a planner to discuss the restoration of Historic
Fort Wayne in Detroit. I don't know where to start, or what I can do for him. He has a $500,000 planning budget from the
state...and the fort has been basically abandoned since 1972. If you have a "restoration agenda" or "project priority list"; something that you started with, I would appreciate it. I know this is coming out of left field.
Keep up the committed work at Ft. Klock.

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Name: Gregory Dyslin <dizzy9257@aol.com>
Date: 2000-11-28
Comments:
Found your site doing research on my great-great-great-great grandfather who was I understand was your 1st pastor! Would love to visit some day! God bless.

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Name: Jean Norry <norry@skynet.ca>
Date: 2000-11-28
Comments:
Alot of good references. I liked it.

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Name: Brian R. Klock <BRKKAKJAK@AOL.com>
Date: 2000-11-17
Comments:
Great site! I hope to learn more about my Lineage in the future.Maybe a trip there this summer w/ the kids.

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Name: Diane Korf <StarleneSK@aol.com>
Date: 2000-11-09
Comments:
Excellent site! Thanks.

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Name: Ted Stiles <tedstiles@sprint.ca>
Date: 2000-11-05
Comments:
Very educational account.

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Name: Kathleen Swienton <irish4599@aol.com>
Date: 2000-11-03
Comments:
FAN-TAB-U-LOUS. Wonderful creation, my hats off to the people that performed this miracle. I have done a lot of geneology in the mohawk valley, yet another great tool to go by, you should be very proud of your self's and this beautiful valley to write about not to mention growing uo in. thanks Kathleen

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Name: Kevin Klock <kklock@floodcity.net>
Date: 2000-11-02
Comments:
My father told me about this site,it is very interesting and it is great to read about the klocks history.And its great to see how many other klocks are out there.

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Name: Richard E. Six <sixpad@msn.com>
Date: 2000-11-01
Comments:
I am hoping to find something on my apparent ancestors, Johann Philip SIXT and his son Johann Heinrich SIXT, later SIX/SECHS. We believe Johann Philip to have died in England, during the 1709 voyage, or soon after arriving in this country.

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Name: Sharon Yates <JimAYates@compuserve.com>
Date: 2000-10-29
Comments:
Am looking for information on Isacc Putnam/ Daughter Nancy married John J.Klock Jr.( #69). Also Zelphia Tupper daughter of Orville Tupper married Luther Klock (#197). Thanks for all your hard work,in setting up this web-site for our Klock family.

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Name: jim baughman <jimmyjamesb@cs.com>
Date: 2000-10-25
Comments:
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Name: P. Bassman <bassman@windsor.igs.net>
Date: 2000-10-23
Comments:
I really enjoyed your web site. I am researching my Palatine Emmerich ancestors in New York State who left the Claverack region about 1800 to come to Canada.Thank you for putting the Kochertahl lists on the web for all to see.I esp. enjoyed reading about the early Palatine immigration.

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Name: steve bellinger <bellims@tcenet.net>
Date: 2000-10-20
Comments:
just passing thru--- nice site--i'll be back

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Name: Debi Klock <debiklock@hotmail.com>
Date: 2000-10-18
Comments:

I find the spelling of my last name to be uncommon, I love searching the web and seeing just how many more "Klock's" are out there. You have a wonderful sight!! Thank you for letting me enjoy it.
Ms Debi Klock

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Name: Jack Clayton <jclaytn@goodnet.com>
Date: 2000-10-13
Comments:
Very interesting Site and will visit on our next trip east

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Name: Anthony P. Kossa <apkossa@aol.com>
Date: 2000-10-09
Comments:
Yours has to be the best site dedicated to the Mohawk Valley in the Revolutionary War. Worth its weight in gold. Thank you ever so much!

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Name: Steven Knight <mylar312@aol.com>
Date: 2000-10-08
Comments:
My great grandparents, Wm. & Emily Warner, are buried in the cemetary. Emily's maiden name was Fineout. Maybe related to the Fineout's buried there? I'd be interested in hearing from anyone who might know about the Warner or Fineout families. I think they resided in the Fink's Basin area.

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Name: Christie Price <judas@gurlmail.com>
Date: 2000-10-04
Comments:
Doing a report on the fortified homestead of Fort Klock. Very informative homepage....also gave me a bunch of other resources so that i actually had specific resources for my paper. thanks again! :)

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Name: Jacquelyn Daley <bjcartref@aol.com>
Date: 2000-10-01
Comments:
Fort Klock was a wonderful experience and so is the web site. How do I find out where the information is on making wicks for candles?
Jacquelyn

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Name: Margie <bertolinomj@gunston-hall.navy.mil>
Date: 2000-09-27
Comments:
Hello,
I am currently finishing my tour of active duty in the Navy. I am looking into moving to St. Johnsville. Would it be possible for you to email me some more info about the area, such as if there are any colleges within 45 minutes, how is the employment, just general info. I would really appreciate it. Thank you and hope to here from you soon.
Margie

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Name: alice smith duncan <alsmith@telenet.net>
Date: 2000-09-24
Comments:
What a wonderful, wonderful site! I'm currently researching biographical information on Rufus Grider, and a web search under his name was linked here via the Wormuth House page. Fantastic connection for one of the great treasures of our Valley and all fans of cultural and historic tourism! Congratulations to Fort Klock on a very cool web presence.

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Name: alice smith duncan <alsmith@telenet.net>
Date: 2000-09-24
Comments:
What a wonderful, wonderful site! I'm currently researching biographical information on Rufus Grider, and a web search under his name was linked here via the Wormuth House page. Fantastic connection for one of the great treasures of our Valley and all fan of cultural and historic tourism! Congratulations to all on a very cool web presence.

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Name: Virginia Crawford <VCrawf@aol.com>
Date: 2000-09-20
Comments:
Yes, yes - I'm here, and so pleased to have found this interesting page. But the name that has brought me here is COUGHNET, my brother-in-law's line. Alas, I found only one reference to COUGHNET on the earliest-settlers pages, saying that someone (the writer of the piece) had "discarded"the name as "too Irish". Well, words failed me. Aren't you either an early settler or you're not, regardless of background? And here John Luke Coughnet (who as born in Colmar, Alsace and not Irish at all, if it mattered) fought for Johnny Reb in the revolution, settled in the Johnstown area, and had a family. He married Christina Bosshart, who had been born in Fonda. John's son Peter lived in the Johnstown area all his life, raised a family there. Peter's daughter Christine Coughnet married Asa Scott Tiffany, and so it went. Johnstown people, all the way. Someday, I'd like to hear why this pioneer family's name was "discarded" - I don't understand the criteria used in the article, perhaps. But this is a grand page, or series of pages, and I thank those who have put it together. I'll be back.

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Name: Eva Decker <evileva1@aol.com>
Date: 2000-09-18
Comments:
Very impressed!I have a hard time finding my Remer & Frank families anywhere, I guess because of their many spellings.

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Name: Mary Lou Stanley <lstanley@indy.net>
Date: 2000-09-14
Comments:
What a great find! As a descendant of Adam Helmer it was wonderful to have a copy of Mrs. Staunton's account of the run.
Is there somewhere on your site I should look for an account of the Andrustown Massacre? Particularly interested in what happened to the Passage family during that time.
Thanks for a wonderful site.
Lou Stanley

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Name: Mary Sue Schnell <saginawsue@aol.com>
Date: 2000-09-13
Comments:
Terrific site! Thanks for making all of this information available on-line.

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Name: Linda Nygard <Linda_Nygard@bc.sympatico.ca>
Date: 2000-09-11
Comments:
Thank you for an incredible site. My 5x great grandfather was Adam Hertel/Hartel/Harzel who was a Palatine on the "4th" sailing from Europe. Gertraut Waid/Weid/Weyden was his third wife, (also a Palatine) who he married in 1716, and the mother of my 4x great grandfather, Johannes Hartel. It is interesting to follow the birth of Adam's two daughters, death of one child, death of his second wife, and then marriage to Gertraut Weid - in your site. Thanks again.
Linda Nygard
Delta, British Columbia
Canada
(Greater Vancouver)

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Name: Mrs. Nancy Phillips <nancyep@localnet.com>
Date: 2000-09-08
Comments:
Very nice!!!

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Name: grace <grace4@home.com>
Date: 2000-09-06
Comments:
My gr,gr,gr,gr.grandmother was Catherine Klock who
married Solomon Hayes. Fun to see the site. Can't find
Harvey though, nor his line.

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Name: Tish Klock <tklock@livingston.net>
Date: 2000-09-05
Comments:
You have more great pictures. It is a great site and we have good memories of our visit to Fort Klock.

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Name: kenneth richard klock <kyotes_28625@yahoo.com>
Date: 2000-09-03
Comments:
hi hmm intresting ah a coat of arms mabe i can use this privately of course to amuse my friends anyone sharein me name e mails be most welcome

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Name: Donald Owens <donnyoh@aol.com>
Date: 2000-09-02
Comments:
A really interesting site, kudos to the folks that did all the work of keeping together.

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Name: Donald Owens <donnyoh@aol.com>
Date: 2000-09-02
Comments:
I am descended from Mayer/Myers/Myer/Meyer two of who come to the area in 1710 according to my great grandmothers notes.

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Name: Robert A. Braun <braunwis@ticon.net>
Date: 2000-09-01
Comments:
What a wonderful website!

I was born in Amsterdam, and lived in Johnstown and Gloversville until I was five. My parents taught school at Johnstown, Oppenheim (sp?) and Ephreda (sp??)I vividly recall drives through the fall colors to historic sites in the Mohawk Valley. I recall seeing Fort Klock numerous times, and often wondered as to its history.

Thanks to your site, I have relived some very pleasant childhood memories. I hope to bring my children to see your restoration in the very near future.

Bob Braun
(occasionally portraying 7th Penna Regiment, Continental Line.)

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Name: katie <ebaylass@aol.com>
Date: 2000-08-25
Comments:
Kudos on an absolutely wonderful site. Great graphics, photos, links, info. Wonderful presentation!!! This is *the* perfect example of what an historic site can be. Seamless, smooth, effortless. Congrats to the webmaster!!!

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Name: G.A. Smith <gmabie@ns.gemlink.com>
Date: 2000-08-24
Comments:
I like your website and go to it ever so often to find something on the work I'm doing. Right now I'm looking for a ?foundry? located there in St. Johnsville. I was told that it had been run by a Folmsby in the early to mid 1800's. When there last I saw Zimmerman's Mill but that wasn't even in town. So I'll continue to look. I enjoy this site. Keep up the good work.

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Name: Ruth <AdironR@aol.com>
Date: 2000-08-18
Comments:
Wonderful resource! Thank you.

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Name: Dave Klock <Klock@accn.org>
Date: 2000-08-14
Comments:
I am looking for Tom and Tish Klock of Goodrick Texas.
The e-mail address you gave on the Guestbook was not
correct. Do you have a newer e-mail address on them?
Please post this.... maybe they will read it and get
back to me.
I was at the Fort last week. What a great place
to visit. So full of History. Not just the Klock
History but the History of this County... Keep Up
the Good Work. The Michigan, Dave Klock

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Name: Gert <gmabie@ns.gemlink.com>
Date: 2000-08-12
Comments:
I couldn't find my way to Herkimer/Montgomery Co. and found, through Martha, that the site had been changed.
And now I go there often because nearly all my ancest-
ors are from that area. I knew a lot but I was sur-
prised how much I didn't know. History is coming through
very well. Keep up the good work. It really helps to
have information at your fingertips. Thanks, Gert

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Name: Leonard P. Wood <woodfox@linkny.com>
Date: 2000-08-11
Comments:
A great treasure chest of information. Many thanks for the work that you have done. I will be a frequent visitor. Am related to the Younglove family. Leonard.

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Name: Ron Fritcher <ron@dzngroup.com>
Date: 2000-08-11
Comments:
I've been exploring this web site to get information about this family name. My full name is Ronald Nellis Fritcher. I am a decendant of the family that founded Nellistown NY. Depending on who checks this E-mail, you may have been speaking with my mom [Frances Fritcher-Nupen]. We are currently making copies of some of our historic family documents in preperation of sending them to the person in charge of compiling a Nellis book.

Thats it, this was just a quick note to let you know that I visited this web site. Best regards! Ron

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Name: Don Evans <don_z@myself.com>
Date: 2000-08-10
Comments:
I completely enjoyed visiting your site. I never heard of St. Johnsville before meeting one of the residents, who sent me this. It is a professionally complete enjoyable site. Keep up the good work!

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Name: Joyce Bucci <joycebucci@yahoo.com>
Date: 2000-08-02
Comments:
This website is fantastic. One of the best I have seen. I was especially pleased today when I made a return visit to the site and discovered a new photo...that of my ancestral church, the Snells Bush Church. That photo now resides on my desktop, and it is beautiful. Thank you! Keep up the wonderful work!

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Name: Nikki Wilson <nikki1@ioa.com>
Date: 2000-07-25
Comments:
Have enjoyed Fort Klock web page was raised
in that part of N.Y.

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Name: Virginia W. Beck <ginia2@san.rr.com>
Date: 2000-07-25
Comments:
We visited last summer -- it was great! My husband's family is directly descended from Mary Nellis, dau of Ludwig, and Antony Beck (whom you have listed as Peck, because it was apparently so spelled in his will). He was actually Johann Antony Beck. We also saw the old Beck Homestead Dairy Farm (name changed now, but still a dairy farm) in Ephratah.

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Name: Bill Leon Claunch <billleon@tnthotsauce.com>
Date: 2000-07-23
Comments:
I'm looking for my Grandmother, Louvina Viola Mae Wilsey. She was known to be half Pottawatomie Indian. She was married to my Grandfather sometime around 1890, his name was Joseph Franklin Claunch, (8/3/1872-10/?/1969).Joseph Claunch was from Paluaski Co. KY. Joseph & Louvina Claunch are both buried at the cemetary in Marshall Oklahoma. I thought I might find some information at this web site.
Bill Leon Claunch

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Name: Bill Leon Claunch <billleon@tnthotsauce.com>
Date: 2000-07-23
Comments:
I'm looking for my Grandmother, Louvina Viola Mae Wilsey. She was known to be half Pottawatomie Indian. She was married to my Grandfather sometime around 1890, his name was Joseph Franklin Claunch, (8/3/1872-10/?/1969).Joseph Claunch was from Paluaski Co. KY. Joseph & louvina Claunch are both buried at the cemetary in Marshall Oklahoma. I thought I might find some information at this web site.
Bill Leon Claunch

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Name: Lois Herbein Hess <schatze@digital.net>
Date: 2000-07-16
Comments:
Very interesting site. Enjoyed the Hess Family history.

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Name: Dan Klock <danklock@yahoo.com>
Date: 2000-07-11
Comments:
Wow! Now I have a sense of where my rebelliousness is sourced.

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Name: Janice Custer <janicuster@aol.com>
Date: 2000-07-05
Comments:
I have doing research on the Helmer family. I have old photos of Helmer line. Other family names are Campbell, Catlin, Learn and Miller.

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Name: Gary Kitchen <gkitchen@nac.net>
Date: 2000-07-01
Comments:
I am a descendent of Adam Vrooman.

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Name: Patty Tobey <colcup@msn.com>
Date: 2000-06-28
Comments:
I'm glad that a friend of mine sent this page to me. WE are re-enactors and Fort Klock is on our schedule for October. We may see you earlier, your calander looks like fun

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Name: Mark A. Failing <mfpf@infoblvd.net>
Date: 2000-06-24
Comments:
Just went to St. Johnsville to look up family history. We stopped at Fort Klock, interesting how our lives intertwine.

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Name: Grace <kiapet@webtv.net>
Date: 2000-06-19
Comments:
A friend of mine belongs to the "Redmen" He sent me your site. How very interesting. I will be back to read more. Thanks for a great site.

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Name: John & Patricia <DOCPLUS4@aol.com>
Date: 2000-06-17
Comments:
Been there it was great. Grew up in area. Visit frequently.

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Name: John S. Thin <j.thin@sympatico.ca>
Date: 2000-06-14
Comments:
This is a fine site. Lots of work and thought put into it.
Greetings from Niagara Peninsula, Ontario.

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Name: Karen WIlson Ramsey <ramsey3755@aol.com>
Date: 2000-06-09
Comments:
This is fantastic. I don't know absolute proof that a ggg-grandmother of mine was Mohican but so many things--a picture, residency, and bits and pieces of family comments are what I am going on. This site gives so much to research. Thank you.

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Name: John Lamb <Jlamb@westmoreland-csd.moric.org>
Date: 2000-06-08
Comments:
The groth and professionalism of your site is truly impressive.

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Name: Chris Devendorf <jcdeven@aol.com>
Date: 2000-06-04
Comments:
Very nice site. Lots of information about my ancestors the the area in which they lived.

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Name: Vernon Wagner <skuttlebutt@citlink.net>
Date: 2000-05-25
Comments:
Hi,

Joined the Tryon County Muzzleloaders in 1953.
I suppose the record books (if any) will show that?
Skip used to take me to the meetings back then!
Miss the then Gang (Prof Ayer's, Arnold Markowski, Bob Lord, etc. etc..
Just thought that I would pay your Great Site a visit.
Vern :-)

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Name: Amy (Van House) Seyfried <amysf@pacbell.net>
Date: 2000-05-22
Comments:
I am amazed at this site, it is really wonderful! Amazing amount of information packed onto it. Thank you so very much, it will provide hours of enjoyable reading and also possible genealogical clues (Peter House family).

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Name: Don Edmunds <de2831@ata.attmil.ne.jp>
Date: 2000-05-17
Comments:
I just wanted to say Hi from Japan. It really is nice to see home again.

Don & Yukari Edmunds

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Name: Sarah Klock Ohning <SOhning@aol.com>
Date: 2000-05-13
Comments:
Just located your site. Great stuff. Maybe we are somehow
related as Johannes is listed way back in our history. I
come from the Johnstown,Pa area where there are still a large amount of Klocks. My Grandparents came from Michigan
by way of upstate NY.

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