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

Files from the Guest Book
June 2002-October 2003

Name: Jessica <jhowell@hotmail.com>
Date: 2003-10-15
Comments:
I lived in St. Johnsville for some time and never researched it's history. It's quite interesting to read some of the articles and find out about the area.

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Name: Debbie Kelley <debbie@mediacomp.cc>
Date: 2003-10-15
Comments:
I am descended from the Hess and Jung families. The site is wonderful.
Debbie Kelley

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Name: Bob Hoffman <vpointhof@cybertrails.com>
Date: 2003-10-11
Comments:
I have changed my E Mail to vpointhof@ cybertrails.com. I my past notes in 2002 I was from Amsterdam,NY prior to WW2. Since then I have traced the Hoffmans tothe area of Oppenheim, All seem to have been farmers . I know of the Hoffman home and the cemetary and stones of John Hoffman and Nancy Biddelman. I need to know more about his father and mother ?? Anybody interested??

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Name: jorge <jorgearama@freeserve.com>
Date: 2003-10-10
Comments:
I read the article about early hygiene and thought it might be informative, it was but full of pointless comparisons like regulation of use of chemicals. How could there be if they were not aware of the consequences of their use. To say that the people were retarded and all died young as a result of lead poisoning contradcits what was said about Queen Elizabeth who lived and reigned for some time and plastered her face with white lead powder. Lead was used all over the place, plumbing, brewing, linings of jam pots.

To make emotional comparisons with modern day ethics is valueless and demeans your article.


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Name: RAY LINCE <RAYSEND865@AOL.COM>
Date: 2003-10-06
Comments:
LOOKING FOR INFO ON LINCE OR LINTS FAMILIES

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Name: Peter Scarlett <peterscarlett@rogers.com>
Date: 2003-10-04
Comments:
New to site. Searching for Archibald Thomson a Loyalist

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Name: Jimmy C COok <cookjimsue@netzero.net>
Date: 2003-09-27
Comments:
Descendant of John Cook, U. E. L. b. abt 1730/5

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Name: Tom & Gerri Bones <tomandgerrib@juno.com>
Date: 2003-09-25
Comments:
When we visit the Kateri Shrine in Fonda, we usually drive west on Rte 5 and visit Fort Klock. The scenery is beautiful and the history of the area helps us appreciate the difficult time the early settlers had in securing freedom for themselves and eventually freedom for us. Fort Klock is a "must see."

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Name: Jane Oakes <jeoakes@aol.com>
Date: 2003-09-25
Comments:
The map is very hard to read- the X and O are not readily visible- I looked for over 15 minutes and couldn't find them- maybe instead of using a highway map, a hand-drawn one without all the non- necessary towns and highways could be made?

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Name: Sandra Lundie <snllundi@wmis.net>
Date: 2003-09-24
Comments:
My husband and I visited the Stone Arabia cemetery several years ago and found it a very peaceful and yet emotional place. My interest in the cemetery was that my Great-g-g-grandfather, Shubel Reynolds was in the Revolutionary War and in his war records he mentions that he along with others went back and dug up and reburied Col. Brown's body. He was not in the battle in which Col. Brown was killed.

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Name: Kelly Nancyann Klock <kklockk32@yahoo.com>
Date: 2003-09-17
Comments:
KELLY N KLOCK BORN TO MORTON L KLOCK SON OF HENRY A KLOCK. JUST TRYING TO FIND SOME INFO ON KLOCK HISTORY AND MY SPECIFIC FAMILY TREE.

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Name: Mindy Klock <superstarpeach@hotmail.com>
Date: 2003-09-15
Comments:
Hello everybody~ My name is Mindy Klock. My father is Marshall Brian Klock whose father was Conrad Klock whose father was Claude Klock-my great grandfather. I am looking for information regarding my ancestral line that needs to be traced back to how the Klock people immigrated to the US (presumably New York). I need this information for a portfolio I need to put together for a college course. This website has so much information, but then is very overwhelming as well, and so I do not know where to look. Any information at your earliest convenience would be very helpful in this matter. Thanks again, Mindy Klock

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Name: Sharilyn Whitaker <sharilyn@northcoast.com>
Date: 2003-09-09
Comments:
From: Volume XVIII Sir William Johnson Papers, Sir William Johnson's Affairs 1756-1758
page 90:

To Charles Hardy
A.L.S.
Fort Johnson, August 7th 1756

MAY IT PLEASE YOUR EXCELLENCY
I inclose (sic) You Pottman & Elwoods account for building the Mohawk Fort, together with their Receipt
for the Money which I advanced to them at your Excellency's desire, and for which You will be pleased
to give A Warrant on the Treasurer of this Province in Favour of Mr. William Kelley, Merchant in New York.

I am
Your Exellency's
Most Obedient
& Most Humble Serv.
Wm. Johnson


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Name: constance bowers <condanrobjoe@hotmail.com>
Date: 2003-09-06
Comments:
grew up in the oppenheim area---intrested in any information on the youker's bush--aka--Eukersbush area pre-1950 information feel free to e-mail me

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Name: Paula Miller <p4mllr@aol.com>
Date: 2003-09-04
Comments:
Informative site..I visited the area in person in May..love your beautiful countryside!

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Name: Patrick Patton <azconfed13@cox.net>
Date: 2003-09-02
Comments:
I found the geneology really interesting. I was able to trace my family back through my grandma Ethyl Klock. I had only vaguely heard about the fort and seen a painting by my granfather of the fort. After visiting this site I have to come out and see it in person some day.

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Name: Gordon Cooper <AGCOOP@prodigy.net>
Date: 2003-08-26
Comments:
I an related through Barbara Elizabeth Klock Nellis, b. 1723
Thanks to all those who contributed to our genealogy. Now we can look for Hendrick Klock's parents.

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Name: M. Brian Klock <klock@charter.net>
Date: 2003-08-26
Comments:
wonderful web site!

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Name: MaryEllen Rigsby <mar0898@msn.com>
Date: 2003-08-24
Comments:
I just recently found my 3rd ggrandfather on the 1855 census for Jefferson Co. NY. It lists Herkimer Co. as his place of birth.
I have visited this site several times in the past, looking for some of my German ancestors. Enjoy the site and all of its excellent information.

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Name: Tom Ketchem <Ketchemt@netnitco.net>
Date: 2003-08-22
Comments:
Interesting to read about the Ketchem,am,um's.

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Name: Joyce Berry <fortklock@mybizz.net>
Date: 2003-08-22
Comments:
It is regrettable a visitor has had a bad experience, and I have apologized. So many comment favorably on the tours, it is most unusual to have someone unhappy.

The only thing we can figure out that happened was that a tour was going on at the time. There is only one site interpreter and to keep track of two floors at once, the downstairs is locked. In the past too many historic items walked out the door and this is the only way one person can keep track of the entire house and contents. We realize we should perhaps have two people on site, but as always, money is a big issue for an independent site. Should you find the door locked, please be patient, as soon as possible you will be given your tour. Joyce Berry, webmaster and President of the Membership for Fort Klock Historic Restoration.

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Name: donna bennett <txbronk@hotmail.com>
Date: 2003-08-20
Comments:
my daughter and i visited fort klock on the first sunday afternoon in june. it was a rainy day and quite cool. i was to return to my home in another state the following week. i wished to see fort klock.

there were many cars in the driveway. the flag was flying that the fort was open. we knocked on all the doors including the caretakers. no one wished to acknowledge that we were there. people were inside the caretakers cottage as the curtains kept moving as people were looking at us.

now, if the fort was open----why were we treated as such. it looked as if there was a private party going on and did not wish to take the time to let visitors in.

i wished to buy some books and other items at the fort. your loss!!!

i surely hope that this reaches the proper sources and action is taken

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Name: mugu oma <mugu@mail.com>
Date: 2003-08-13
Comments:
very good site ooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

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Name: Betty Hoagey <ehoagey@earthlink.net>
Date: 2003-08-05
Comments:
As a Klock, I thoroughly enjoyed the reunion on August 2nd.

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Name: Heather <chg@nbnet.nb.ca>
Date: 2003-07-31
Comments:
WOW ! What a great site.. ! Thanks for all your hard work!
Heather
New Brunswick, Canada
http:www.genealogy.com/genealogy/users/c/h/e/Heather-Chevalier

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Name: DON LEIPERTZ <donleip@firstva.com>
Date: 2003-07-30
Comments:
Grandmother Anna Leipertz arrived US from GR in Nov 1888
at Philadelphia. Trying to find out which White Star
Line boat she arrived on. Anyone out there have access
to Passenger Lists from GR to Philadelphia for Nov 1888?
Grandfather arrival earlier but date not known. Franz
Leipertz.

Thanks- Don

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Name: Bree Autumn Klock <BreeKlock@safE-mail.net>
Date: 2003-07-29
Comments:
I am a Klock and remember seeing a picture of Fort Klock in my late Granddad's home when I was younger. I believe it was an enlarged photograph of some kind (not a painting) but don't know where it might be at this time. Interesting website!

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Name: Lori Radcliff-Woods <lr63@cornell.edu>
Date: 2003-07-22
Comments:
In search of finding more family history from John & Rachel Radcliff on down. Very informative site on Albany history.

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Name: Dana and Lori Twiss <danatwiss@powerlink.net>
Date: 2003-07-13
Comments:
Just wanted to say thank you again for the wonderful time we had visiting Fort Klock on Saturday, July 12, 2003. For those that haven't visited, you are missing a gem of an historic site.

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Name: David Burton Flint <david14949@msn.com>
Date: 2003-07-11
Comments:
A short note telling that my newly released book, 'The Life and Times of Robert Flint the Pioneer is now available on my web site: www.dbflint-colonial-wars com. You may also write your comments on my 'Guest Book'. I will be coming to Ft. Klock and Cherry Valley Museum in September for book signings, and meet my neighbors where I was born and raised. I will also release a 'News Letter', during the weeks to come, to all who wish to be contacted.

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Name: Susan Sisson <SueSisson@AOL.com>
Date: 2003-07-11
Comments:
I am a descendant of Magdelena Klock Walrath (daughter of George Klock married to Adam A. Walrath). I would appreciate information about the Martha Walrath-Duane Grimes line. Martha Walrath and Duane Grimes were born in Jefferson County and moved to Rochelle Illinois with Sarah Walrath Tracy and Norris Tracy in the 1850s.

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Name: Tiffany Tallar <cajunbliss@hotmail.com>
Date: 2003-07-07
Comments:
Hi! I found this place when I was searching out my last name. if you have any more information on "Tallar John William", I would appreciate it. Thank you. Tiffany

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Name: David Burton Flint <david14949@msn.com>
Date: 2003-07-07
Comments:
Sorry about the mis-spell. My web site is:
www.dbflint-colonial-wars.com
Thank you

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Name: David Burton Flint <david14949@msn.com>
Date: 2003-07-07
Comments:
My web-site ie ready for viewing. I also have a 'Guest Book' for your comments. My first book,'The Life and Times of Robert Flint the Pioneer,' is now ready to purchase off my web-site. I have plans to come to Ft. Klock, and Cherry Valley Museum for book signings from September 13th.- to the 21st. of September.
I hope you will come to these wonderful places and enjoy the day. I would be hononred to meet each and every one of you. If you love this time in our history, as I do, we will have a great day with all the wonderful hard working people at each location.
My web-site is: www.dbflint-colonoal-wars.com
I hope to meet, and see each of you there.

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Name: Sarah Jane Clock <sjclock@aol.com>
Date: 2003-07-01
Comments:
My father (Edward Charles Clock) went to several of the Clock reunions in New York State. I am interested in learning how our branch of the Klock/Clock family fits into the family.

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Name: Bruce Neil Bellinger, Toronto <bita200x@yahoo.com>
Date: 2003-06-30
Comments:
Thanks for so much heart felt effort. I am searching Bellinger from Canadian side. GrGrandfather Francis Bellinger b. 1813, Mountain,Ont. Canada. There sure are a lot of Bellingers to sort on both sides of the boarder. This site gives hints and possible directions
Thanks
Bruce Bellinger, Toronto, Ont. Can.

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Name: Edward Klock Nellis III <snellis1949@aol.com>
Date: 2003-06-27
Comments:
I visited Ft. Klock several times as a child and as an adult in 1971, which was my last visit. As evidenced by my name, I am related in some way to many in the area, and I look forward to returning to Ft. Klock in the near future. Until then, I will visit this web site on a regular basis to learn more about my ancestors.

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Name: Beverly Reou(Cornelius/Bellinger) <grannyreou@excite.com>
Date: 2003-06-27
Comments:
Have enjoyed finding your site tremendously. I am a descendent from Hans Bellinger and so proud to finally be able to put my history together and your site has filled in so many missing pieces. Thanks so much.

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Name: James b.Hickey <pophick0453@aol.com>
Date: 2003-06-18
Comments:
this place looks like a nice place to visit i just found out about fort klock this year, from my cousin and would like to see it. maybe this year i will come there to see it.jimmy Hickey

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Name: Frank Hadley <Lop-Lop@worldnet.att.net>
Date: 2003-06-17
Comments:
I found your site while google searching for information on my Great Great Great Grandfather Red Jacket.
Thank you for making available all the reprinted material which I have never seen before.
My children will find it very interesting as not much is really written about him other than small passages in larger books about Native Americans. Thank You

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Name: Steven Witthoft <stetin@iowatelecom.net>
Date: 2003-06-10
Comments:
Hi there just Looking around, I'm From Washington Area and now live in Mt Pleasant Iowa.

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Name: Nancy Handy-Langlie <chloeboy@aol.com>
Date: 2003-06-05
Comments:
I stumbled upon the website when I received the current online newsletter for the Snell-Timmerman-Zimmerman reunion. I was married in the Snells Bush church back in 1988 and love that whole area. The website for Ft Klock has proven to be very informative and it's exciting to find out more about my family(the Handys, Klocks, and the Suits)

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Name: arthur zeh <eoal106@netscape.net>
Date: 2003-06-03
Comments:
Pretty sure my paternal (zeh) ancestors are from the schoharie area; would like geneological information if available

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Name: Bob Nichols <bnichols@tfn.net>
Date: 2003-05-29
Comments:
I am of the same SCHAFFER line as presented on your site, and I, as you, had the incorrect Anna SCHAFFER as the wife of Johannes STERNBERG. By the ages at death of Johannes and Anna from Peoples Cemetery (near Sharon) inscriptions, the correct Anna (SCHAFFER) STERNBERG had to be the daughter of Martinus SCHAFFER and Sara RICKARDT who was born 27 May 1772. Anna STERNBERG's age upon her death on 6
May 1844 is given as 71 years, 11 months, and 21 days. Although not exactly correct, her date of birth from those dates is calculated as 15 May 1772.

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Name: Yana Dimitrova <yana_a@bitex.bg>
Date: 2003-05-28
Comments:
airline ticket cheap

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Name: James b. Hickey <pophick0453@aol.com>
Date: 2003-05-27
Comments:
hi my name is jim Hickey i first found this site though my cousin maggie johnson. i hope to see this place this summer of 2003. fort klock looks like a good place to see and it has a lot history there.hi maggie i hope to se you soon bye from your cousin jimmy Hickey.

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Name: Cheryl Lynne Klock <cklock918@juno.com>
Date: 2003-05-27
Comments:
I am a direct descendent of Johannes Klock. My father's name is Philip Morton Klock and his family is located in Denver, Colorado. I believe the geneology that you have lists all of his children - Arthur, Evelyn, Barbara, Larry, Charlotte, Gail, Kathy, and Cheryl, but it does not appear to have any other information about their children, etc. If you would like more information about this branch of our family please e-mail me and I'd be glad to fill in the missing pieces for you.
Cheryl Klock

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Name: John P. LeGrand <j.legrand@worldnet.att.net>
Date: 2003-05-23
Comments:
You have an excellent historical website. I have learned more from your site than I ever knew when I lived in Little Falls. I now live in Daytona Beach, FL and will be making a short visit to the Mohawk Valley soon. Thanks again

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Name: David Burton Flint <david14949@msn.com>
Date: 2003-05-21
Comments:
My web-site is now ready on line:
http://www.dbflint-colonial-wars.com
A web site for the Mohawk Valley.

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Name: Kenneth E Neathery <KNeathery>
Date: 2003-05-14
Comments:
Searching for variant spelling Nethery/Neathery/Netherly
Note that two such individuals are listed in the battalion
of minute men. Would like to communicate individuals with further information

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Name: Trudy Pierce <gtrudy@aol.com>
Date: 2003-05-12
Comments:
I am a descendant of Richard Brewer and Annatgen Nancy Shafer (Shaver, Schaffer). Nancy, according to info I have received, was the daughter of Lambert Shafer & Sophie Lemm (Lamb). However, my father told me that Richard Brewer's daughter was half Indian. Does anyone know about this famil?

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Name: John Border <john1525@earthlink.net>
Date: 2003-05-10
Comments:
This is a Great Site, i have just found out a few days ago.
My Ancestor Melgert Michael Bader (Bauder) lived in Stone Arabia.
And was in the 2nd Tryon Co. Militia, with Col. Klocks Regiment,and fought in the battle of Oriskany.
Thank you very much for all the work put into this site.
This is GREAT.

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Name: Steven R. Oppy <sroppy2000@yahoo.com>
Date: 2003-05-04
Comments:
Great web site for a new resident to the valley I am origionally from Indiana. I am trying to find the dates and route Brant raids and hopefully where I can go to each spot
and pay my respects
I am learning to use a scroll saw and I want to learn how to put this importanat era down some on wood and paper so others could learn the suffering of our native americans occured during this time.

Steven Ray Oppy
5111 US highway 20
Springfield Center NY
13468

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Name: Amy Wright <amyjw@wycol.com>
Date: 2003-04-30
Comments:
Best genealogy web site I've seen.

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Name: James b. Hickey <pophick0453@aol.com>
Date: 2003-04-29
Comments:
hi i just found out about this place from my cousis i hope to see that place it sounds good and it has a lot of history there

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Name: George H. Klock <klockg@aol.com>
Date: 2003-04-27
Comments:
We as far as I know came out of Schmoken PA. near Reading my grandfather (Edwin Leroy Klock) working for the railroad ended up in Philadelphia in the early 1900's. Do recall him talking about a familey busness in Reading area, jewelry and watch repair.

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Name: rosemary gillette <rgillette@gisco.net>
Date: 2003-04-13
Comments:
HI I AM FROM UPSTATE NEW YORK. MY MAIDEN NAME WAS KLOCK . WAS WONDERING IF ANY NEW A NED KLOCK OF JEFFERSON COUNTY NEW YORK?

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Name: dave larsen <vrgnpwr@netscape.net>
Date: 2003-04-07
Comments:
Hi:

I am Oneida and Turtle Clan and my mother was a Powless. Abraham Powless married one Christine Brant in late 1820's and had one son Mike who was brought back to New York and admitted as a tribal member there.

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Name: Chuck Luke <Cluke3@hotmail.com>
Date: 2003-04-03
Comments:
Great web site. Looking for any information on Johann Philipp Laux (Luke). He was a Palatine and arrived in New York around 1710. He settled in Bethlehem, New York. He and his wife Magdalena were sponsors for Magdalena Klock, daughter of Hend. and Jacom. Klock in 1728. I am new at this and any information would be great!

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Name: Ken Young <yougsvalley@hotmail.com>
Date: 2003-03-30
Comments:
Hi It good to hear of other decendants I am Ken Young one of many decendant of Theobald Young from Germany that settled in the Mohawk Valley NY.My branch migrated to Ontario Canada in the 1700's.We have a family reunion every year in July near Hamilton Ont.Can and exchange family story's,and geneology everyone is invited.Its quite interesting,we are also in the prosess of reclaiming a family cemetary that was plowed over since the 40's. Thanks for the info Ken

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Name: Cheryl Blancett <Captaincher@msn.com>
Date: 2003-03-22
Comments:
My great grandfather was Edson Fader, his daughter Ingra (Iona) Fader was my grandmother. Interested in hearing from any other Fader's.

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Name: Charles W. Barrett <Cdummybear@juno.com>
Date: 2003-03-20
Comments:
I am a decendant of the Mason family that lived in Jordanville area prior to 1930 and found some of the information given in some of the books very interesting.

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Name: Cheri Jones <cmccheri1@yahoo.com>
Date: 2003-03-09
Comments:
I am looking for any info on Jacob Dievendoeff September 1769 to October 8, 1854, or any part of the Dievendorff family.
Please email me if you have any info on this family,
Thanks..... Cheri
cmccheri1@yahoo.com

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Name: Cheri Jones <cmccheri1@yahoo.com>
Date: 2003-03-09
Comments:
This site has been very helpfull in my search of the first owners of the house that we are looking to buy. We just looked at the home of Jacob Dievendorff in Curry Town N.Y. It's a very large and beautiful house and I think it will make a wonderfull home for my family and I. I have learned alot about Mr. Dievendorff and his rather large family. They are all bueried in the family cemetary in the back part of the property that we want to buy. Acording to one of the articales I found on your site it gave me the names of everyone in that cemetary, it also said that it was run down,some of the head stones are knocked over and it is over grown and just in need of some TLC wich I intend to give to it. Thank you for all the info. Cheri

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Name: Allan L. Nellis <allannellis@hotmail.com>
Date: 2003-03-03
Comments:
What do you know about the Klock and Nellis cheese factory?

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Name: Debbie Winchell <debbie_winchell@hotmail.com>
Date: 2003-02-16
Comments:
Your section about Native Americans might need updating (-: I have just discovered some of my family, Van Gelders and Winchells, served at Fort Klock. The Van Gelders were all Mohican and German. A few of the Winchells may have been. Some were cousins to the Van Gelders

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Name: Lou Pearsall <lou_pearsall@msn.com>
Date: 2003-02-11
Comments:
Interesting site...well worth repeated visits.

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Name: Helen Smith <smith3712@hotmail.com>
Date: 2003-02-07
Comments:
Thanks for all the work you did. It's great. I'm related to the Near's and to the Nellis's. And maybe to the Vader's (Veeder's) on my husband's side. We'll check it out.

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Name: Margaret Wilhauk <Roywilha@aol.com>
Date: 2003-02-06
Comments:
I'm a descendant of Samuel Gray who served in Klock's regiment. Would like to hear from other Gray/VanAlstyne descendants.

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Name: rosemary gillette <rgillette@gisco.net>
Date: 2003-02-04
Comments:
MY MAIDEN NAME WAS KLOCK. MY FATHER NED JAMES KLOCK

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Name: Diane Knoll <timj@softcom.net>
Date: 2003-02-01
Comments:
I have pension records of Nicholas Warner. I'm looking for his son's Jacob Warner and Gertrude Kennedy's date of death and site of burial. Could anyone help?

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Name: Len Christie <lhchristie@hotmail.com>
Date: 2003-01-30
Comments:
Great Site!
Looking for Margaret UHL, who married Peter TILTON c 1779. They lived in the Albany area(1780) Schaghticoke, Rensselaer, New York (1787)and Halfmoon(1790). May have moved to Deerfield near Utica later.

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Name: Carol Smith <csmith@prodigy.net>
Date: 2003-01-28
Comments:
I have found this site to have so much valuable information for anyone who had ancestors in the Mohawk valley during the Rev. War Thank Your for the excellent site.

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Name: elizabeth mcneil <EMcnl9@aol.com>
Date: 2003-01-28
Comments:
Hello & greetings from a wet & windy Scotland,

My maiden name was Carningham & I was born in 1946 in Rutherglen Lanarkshire Scotland to a John Carningham & I have just found the name of a John Carningham who was among the listed men with Lieu.Jacob Vermilla. I have no idea where the surname Carningham originated & have been trying to find out anything about our surname which has almost died out now, can you help me get some further information on this John Carningham please, any help would be gratefully appreciated as he may have been a relative of my fathers.

Thank you

Elizabeth McNeil

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Name: John LeGrand <j.legrand@worldnet.att.net>
Date: 2003-01-26
Comments:
I am learning a lot of history about the area that I was born & raised in. It is too bad that I learned it now instead of when I was in school in Little Falls.
John LeGrand, Daytona Beach, FL

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Name: MaryAlice B. Kelly <kelly1@maplenet.net>
Date: 2003-01-23
Comments:
I am a descendent of one Niecolas Bonnesteel (Nicholas Bonesteel). How exciting to discover when he became a citizen of this country! Thank you for all the work you have put into this site.

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Name: Jo-Ann Griffis <CountryMomJo@aol.com>
Date: 2003-01-23
Comments:
This is the most wonderful web site I have come across,so much information, things of interest and I love it.
I wish I had time to write more to express my appreciation but I don't think I need to. Everyone who finds this site must know by now it's the greatest and a value to all of us who love this type of history and etc.
Congratulations on a fantastic,knowledgeable and successful job well done. My heart goes out to those who produced such hard work and deserve the upmost credibility for it. I for one will visit often.

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Name: Gordon Cooper <AGCOOP@prodigy.net>
Date: 2003-01-21
Comments:
Related to Barbara Elizabeth Klock through Catharine Nellis, Phillip P. F. Helmer, Mary Helmer, James Boldman, David Boldman, Scienda Boldman and Harry Cooper

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Name: Elgin A Vader (Veeder) <eav@sympatico.ca>
Date: 2003-01-18
Comments:
Impressive and a valuable tool in searching ancestry. My interest is in the 'Veeder'surname, which was transposed to Vader in Canada. Wonderful historical facts.

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Name: Dave Klock <klock@accn.org>
Date: 2003-01-12
Comments:
I would like to comment on the message Kathleen McLaughlin left on the guest book 1/5/03

Some of the information on my family tree is unsubstantiated. I got the information from several different sources, the Klock/Clock Genealogy Book, the Descendants of Lieut. Henry Timmerman of Herkimer County Book, The Descendants of Peter and Anna Kilts Snell Book, and information I found on line, on the net on other family trees, also a lot of people have sent me their lines. I do not verify the information so some of the information may be incorrect. If you are looking for your roots on my tree which I have on line on the Fort Klock web page, do not take everything as Gospel. I am sure there are errors. If you find an error, please let me know and I will correct it.

When doing my family tree I found some information on line that Kathleen had researched, names, dates, etc., so I thought I was doing the right thing by giving her credit for the information...but I made a mistake by putting a blanket acknowledgement in the front of my tree. It made it sound like I worked with Kathleen McLaughlin in creating my tree. This did not happen. If I found something she had done on the web, I would add it to my tree.

I have requested her name be removed from my tree and I am sorry if this caused any hard feelings, I have a lot of respect for Kathleen and the Genealogy work she does.

Again, if you are trying to find your roots, my tree would be a good place to start, but some of it may not be reliable and you should verify the information by investigating yourself. Thank you, Dave Klock

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Name: James C. Kilts <kiltsfin@bellsouth.net>
Date: 2003-01-10
Comments:
I was raised in Stone Arabia and have long been interested in the Kilts genealogy.I am a 6th. generation descendent of Conrad Kilts(1755-1846)and did a lot of research on our line of the faamily.Mr. Witthoft has done an incredibly fine job in his work. Until my daughter, Colleen, told me about this site, I had no idea it existed. I intend to visit it often.
James C. Kilts
500 Wellspring Court
Alpharetta, GA 30004
kiltsfin@bellsouth.net

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Name: none <azbe@yifan.net>
Date: 2003-01-09
Comments:
nice website

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Name: JIM V. YOUNG <youngjv@firststep.net>
Date: 2003-01-06
Comments:
GG-GRANDSON OF MICHAEL JUNG AND BARBARY ARNOT
MICHAEL JUNG:b1803 in stone arabia,montgemery co.
baptised in trinity lutheran church
died:columbus,michigan
BARBARY ARNOT:b1807 in glen,montgemery co.
died: columbus,michigan
MICHAEL'S PARENTS:MICHAEL JUNG(b1767)
ANNETJE ECKERTb(1776-FONDA,N.Y)

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Name: Kathleen McLaughlin <kmclaugh@wcnet.org>
Date: 2003-01-05
Comments:
5 Jan 2003. I want to disclaim any association with, or responsibility for, the work attributed to Dave Klock at http://www.fortklock.com/jklock2.htm

I have asked him to remove my name from his list of credits because I do not appreciate his assumption that I would endorse his errors. Unfortunately, he has not honored my request.

Kathleen McLaughlin

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Name: Bernarda Gulden-Gregor <bernarda.gulden@freenet.de>
Date: 2002-12-29
Comments:
Very Nice Site.

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Name: Emche Martin <emchol@poczta.onet.pl>
Date: 2002-12-29
Comments:
Hallo! Ich wohne in Polen. Ich bin 19 Jahre alt. Ich suche nach die Leute,die die haben einige Name wie ich (Emche). Ich warte auf euere Antwort - emchol@poczta.onet.pl

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Name: Darrel J. Ayler <djayler@earthlink.net>
Date: 2002-12-26
Comments:
I am a direct descendant of Hendrick Klock.

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Name: patricia whitehead <blackgem@capital.net>
Date: 2002-12-14
Comments:
very impressive

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Name: ROBERT SUITS <LSUITS@NYCAP.RR.COM>
Date: 2002-12-03
Comments:
SAW A ARTICLE IN L-H ABOUT A BOOK SIR WILLIAM,I BELEIVE WAS 30.00. GOT ANY INFO ON IT
THANKS
BOB

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Name: harleyconstant <harleyconstant@hotmail.com>
Date: 2002-12-01
Comments:
looking for info. on Andris Brant of Dutchess Co. born 4/15/1826? thank you

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Name: Harry Dell <mahdell@earthlink.net>
Date: 2002-11-30
Comments:
Interesting. Looking for information regarding Edward Mills PITTENGER.

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Name: Jenny Walrath Pulczinski <jjpulczinski@wiktel.com>
Date: 2002-11-28
Comments:
I didn't know there were so many other Walraths in the U.S. It seems to be a very rare name here in the midwest

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Name: Cynthia Young Barrington <I have no e-mail address>
Date: 2002-11-26
Comments:
I am originally from the Herkimer Valley. I still have
family there. My ancestors (The Van Slykes) were some of
the original settlers of the Albany/Schenectady Area, as
well as,Indian Castle and Fort Plain. I am really interested
in looking over this site! Thanks so much for someone who
lives far away and cannot visit or investigate any other
way. Cynthia Young Barrington

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Name: Mark Hoy Henshaw <mr5by5@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-11-19
Comments:
I am the Grandson of Florence Klock Henshaw, born in Elmira, Chemung County, NY, 1889. I believe she was the Granddaughter of Sanford Klock of Mongomery County, NY. A Sanford Klock is listed in the 1880 US Census for Elmira along with two sons, Peter, whom I believe to be my Great-Grandfather Peter S. Klock, and Jarvus. Occupation of Sanford and both his sons (ages 32 and 28 per the Census transcriptions) is given on the Census form as "mason" or "stone mason".
I was thrilled to find this prospective connection to the Tryon/Mongomery County Klocks and especially to find all the information about Fort Klock and the Palatine German immigrants on the website! My congratulations to Dave Klock and the many others involved in the maintenance of the Website and Fort Klock!

I hope to make a trip from my home in Western New York to visit Fort Klock next summer.

I also intend to pursue investigation into the possibility of my Klocks' relationship to the families in Dave's genealogy and am also interested in Mrs. Dan F. Williams whose earlier Klock genealogy work is on the site - the maiden name of my Chemung County Great-Grandmother Susan Klock was Williams!

Sincere Thanks for the Great Website!

Mark Hoy Henshaw
Hamlin, NY

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Name: David A. Lamser <dalamser@brainerd.net>
Date: 2002-11-17
Comments:
doing research on Isaac Lamser

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Name: gail Ingersoll <rfignp@txucom.net>
Date: 2002-11-15
Comments:
I am so happy to find that Ft. Klock is still there. When I was a little girl, my family stopped there on a drive one day. It was pretty run down, but there was a large spinning wheel near a fireplace in the main room. I also remember a 'hidden' door in the lower level which my father told us was probably used for escape during Indian raids since it was on the bank of the river. In later years, we visited again and found it was being restored for a museum and touring. I am originally from Oswego, New York, and now live in Texas. I am of German and Dutch descent and would love to know all I could about the Klock family and about Ft. Klock.

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Name: VERNON HUGH KLOCK JR. <BKLOCK@EV1.NET>
Date: 2002-11-14
Comments:
VERY INTERESTING SITE LOOKED IT OVER VERY CLOSELY
MY GREAT GRANDFATHER WAS WILLIAM HELMER KLOCK BORN 1860
HERKIMER CO. BUT I WOULD LIKE TO FIND OUT WHO HIS FATHER WAS AND SO ON.

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Name: Martha Slatery Erickson <marthase@aol.com>
Date: 2002-11-04
Comments:
I am a descendant of Patrick Slatery who is possibly the same as Patrick Slatry 14th Reg., Albany Co. If so am especially interested in his land grants, marriage and will now begin to study the Fort Klock history which has been unknown to me until now.

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Name: patrick slatery <patrickslatery@excite.com>
Date: 2002-11-04
Comments:
Very comprehensive site and exciting to find patrick slatry.
Interested in the genealogy of Slatery/Slatry.

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Name: Sally ( Klock ) Ohning <ohning@msn.com>
Date: 2002-11-03
Comments:
Great site.I have been involved in Genealogy with Dave Klock in Michigan. We found out our grandfathers were brothers.Am trying to get my husband and brothers and sisters to come for the reunion in 2003.

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Name: Frances Vanderveer <PhoeFran@aol.com>
Date: 2002-10-31
Comments:
This is an amazing site. My 4Xggrandfather is William Vanderveer who married Hannah Baird (Beard) in 1798 in Fonda. Thank you for this treasure trove of information.

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Name: Walt Peterman <wjp1949@aol.com>
Date: 2002-10-29
Comments:
Searching Shoults ancestry. A very nice and interesting web site.

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Name: Darrell T. Dillenbeck <dtdillen@aol.com>
Date: 2002-10-25
Comments:
Great but it will take me a while to digest all that is here

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Name: Donna Tompkins <tompkinsd123@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-10-24
Comments:
I am currently working on a project for our town's bicentenial (Dover Plains NY) and am doing research regarding the military history of this area during the time of the Revolutionary War. I would appreciate any information or places to start looking.
Many Thanks
Donna Tompkins

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Name: eugene covell <eugenecovell@webtv.net>
Date: 2002-10-22
Comments:
you got a nice web site

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Name: Wayne D Hilts <dicin@tds.net>
Date: 2002-10-19
Comments:
*Very Nice Site.

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Name: bob hoffman <vpointhof@cybertrails.com>
Date: 2002-10-19
Comments:
Iam listed in volume 2 twice. My E mail has changed to vpointhof@cybertrails.com. Still interested in any Hoffmans between Amsterdam and Herkimer from 1709 to present .This is a great site.Got alot of info also from the LDS Family Center in Mesa,Az

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Name: Sandra Black <sandeegb@earthlink.net>
Date: 2002-09-29
Comments:
This is an absolutely wonderful site! I am reading Sara Donati's books and researching my ancestors' families of Mayfield: Thomas Berry and Gitty Dixon. Thank-you for all your hard work.

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Name: Anthony Wands <tonyswdwrkng@gwi.net>
Date: 2002-09-28
Comments:
Iam a descendant of John Wands (1)the pioneer
James Wands2nd
John Burgess Wands
Thomas Burgess Wands
Addison Worden Wands
Sandford Worden Wands
Anthony Wands

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Name: David Burton Flint <david14949@msn.com>
Date: 2002-09-28
Comments:
Just a update on my new e-mail address

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Name: Frank Shelfer <shelfer_f@hotmail.com>
Date: 2002-09-24
Comments:
Decendant of Johannes Tobias Schilfer (Shelfer) born about 1674 in Furstenberg, Waldeck, GERMANY, (Kr. Eisenberg); married to Catharina Zellman on 24 Jun 1704 in Dreieichenhain, Offenbach, Startenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt; emmigrated to New Bern, North Carolina in 1710; died after 29 Dec 1716 in New Bern, Craven County, North Carolina. Would like information regarding my ancestor or where to find and access the old records. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Website - http://www.ShelferVineyards
E-mail to shelfer_f@hotmail.com

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Name: Robert Morrell Easton Jr <EastonODRELIV@msn.com>
Date: 2002-09-04
Comments:
Dear family of the Gloversville, Ft Plain, Fonda, Mowhawk area:

I am a related to Lt Col Volkert Veeder who was in the Tryon County Militia, 3rd regiment. I've enjoyed my heritage of the Veeders, Vroomans, Morrells, Gaylords, and Eastons from that area of the country. Your area of the country is beautiful. I can see why our families settled there. The Fort Klock site has been very helpful in searching out my roots. Fonda has a great Genealogist named Volkert Veeder. Volkert was helpful to me in my search when my family visited the area the summer or 2001. I hope to get back upo there someday to finish the family tree. If anyone knows anything about my Grandfather Emmett Ray or Bailey Easton b 7/2/1899 Corinth, NY it would be most helpful to me to know more about him. Thank you,

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Name: James Gillaspy <gillaspy@slan.com>
Date: 2002-09-04
Comments:
Hi

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Name: David Burton Flint <david14949@aol.com>
Date: 2002-08-29
Comments:
Another month is about to pass us by. I'm sure your all wondering where the the time has gone. I know where my time and loyalty is going, it's this wonderful web site. I only wish I was there in this beautiful time of year at Fort Klock. If I have my way I will be there next summer to help in any way I can, and do book signings. There isn't a night that I do not check out all the wonderful in depths information of this site.
I incourage all who visit this sight to become a menmebr. If you have any doubts about this sight you can can e-mail I know how wonderful the feeling is knowing that I belong to such a very unusal great site.
Keep up the great work.

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Name: J Geer <johnygeer@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-08-20
Comments:
Great site! I just found out I'm a (mostly paternal) decendent of the Foxs' and Nellis'. Very fun read! One day I'll take my children to visit the Fort!

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Name: Maryann Winkelman <mwinkel@usadatanet.net>
Date: 2002-08-19
Comments:
This is a most interesting site. I will keep it in my files until I have perused it thoroughly. Thank you for all the many hours of work this must have taken, well worth it!

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Name: David Burton Flint <david14949@aol.com>
Date: 2002-08-15
Comments:
Looking for any hard facts on Robert Flint from Sprout Brook. I have the Genealogy of the Flints from C.Ellis Flint book dated 1931. Also I'm in the final edit of my novel "Immigrant,Pioneer,Patriot: The Life and Times of Robert Flint".
I would like to locate solid facts of information that I have not in my posession. For instance the "Flint Bible". Or orginal pictures of their time. I know there must be something out there in our great country that I could share with it's owner.
I have a membership to Fort Klock Web site. For anybody who has the passion for this area you must join this wonderful site. They have it All.

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Name: Frederick W. Stoss <fstoss@acsu.buffalo.edu>
Date: 2002-08-13
Comments:
Frederick W. Stoss, first son of Dayton R. and Katherine G. (Ruzicka) Stoss, grandson of Grace (Christman) and Oscar Stoss

Looking for family histories of Christman and Stoss

Fred Stoss

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Name: Carolynn Cuyler <angelfaith777@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-08-09
Comments:
Thank you for the information on the Van Curler (Cuyler family. It is very interesting to know where are roots are coming from.
Carolyn

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Name: Dennis Bartholomew <dmbartholomew@centurytel.net>
Date: 2002-08-06
Comments:
Enjoyed your site.
Found reference to my wifes Shaver and Ault families.

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Name: bob hoffman <vpointhof@cybertrails.com>
Date: 2002-08-06
Comments:
My E mail has changed to the above from vpointhof@ msn.com My two msgs are in this section dated 4/2002 Bob

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Name: Peggy Pool <pixie0783@aol.com>
Date: 2002-08-06
Comments:
Thank you for the historic account of Fort Klock and its many families. It was a wealth of knowledge on my search for my husband's genealogy.

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Name: Kim Gazzillo <kim@mymail.emcyber.com>
Date: 2002-08-06
Comments:
I am looking for information on Peter Schremling/ Schmeling who participated in the Battle of Oriskany. Also information on Henry Schembling/ Schmeling? or David Scremling/ Schmeling? from Tyron Country. Thanks

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Name: Barb Gillespie <bgill@dtnspeed.net>
Date: 2002-08-05
Comments:
Wonderful sight. Loaded with information..My husbands grandmothers maiden name was "Cuyler".
How would I contact Louis Cuyler?

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Name: M. Johnson <fortklock@hotmailcom>
Date: 2002-08-05
Comments:
Ms. Wilson,

It is with regret that I find I must publicly answer you. Your son arrived with 3 of his friends and his cousin, a total of 5 people. Immediately upon entering the museum he explained to me that his mother had been a caretaker over 20 years ago. That while Fort Klock had employed her he had been born. (He had not been born in the actual Fort but at a local hospital). Your niece explained that she had brought her camera so she could take a picture of the Oil Painting that hung upstairs which included your son. She thought that it would be nice if he had a photograph of it. At this juncture I asked the group if they would like a guided tour of the house? They said no but asked if it would be all right if they just looked around the house and took a few photographs. I told them that it would be fine. I accompanied them room by room all through the house, and made myself available to answer any questions.

Your Niece who was very pleasant & engaging had many questions, predominantly about the Oil Painting, and a person who had baked apples in the hearth. She remembered this from her childhood. I told her that I would make an inquiry regarding this Oil Painting and that I would e-mail you with what information I could obtain. I had remembered your visit from last year, and the nice things that you had to say about your visit. I also recalled that you had left your e-mail address. I told your son that I knew we had a newspaper clipping of some of our members & supporting members and that I thought he was in the accompanying picture. He said that he knew about the article and that you had a copy of it. But still there was this Oil Painting ………?

Your son made a few purchases in the gift shop, said thank you and left.

I should explain that at no time did your son indicate that he wanted a paid guided tour through the house or did he or his guests pay for a tour. He did not present a membership card, and is not a supporting member. If so this would entitle him to guided tours without charge. As far as I know He was admitted as a Guest, gratis.

To look around means just that, look around! Your son asked very few questions, but your niece had many. I am unaware of the policies of 20 + years ago, but current policy is to accompany guests through the house. I do not know if your son was disappointed because he could not walk through the museum unattended. But this should not be misconstrued as a reflection of your son’s character, it is policy. I admitted your son and his friends. A courtesy which was personally extended to them by me. Which I did not have to do, and is not required in other words I personally went out of my way.

The grounds and gardens are always open and available to the public. Anyone may utilize the grounds and picnic area, and many people do who never visit the inside of the fort. I never prevented or refused your son from utilizing the grounds; they are publicly accessible as a mater of fact the topic was never approached. A personal invitation should not have been expected in order to enjoy a public space.

I feel perhaps the old seasoned expression that You can never go home again applies here. Perhaps the Idea of the fort held more enchantment in a child’s mind then the actual place did. Things like Oil paintings loom larger in a child’s mind than later, when viewed as an adult. I am sure Paul would have been more excited and enjoyed his visit much more if you personally accompanied him. You could have addressed the specifics of the house in relation to his childhood that I unfortunately could not. And for this I am truly sorry. I think we all have experienced this at some time in our lives.

As far as the Oil Painting: After inquiry, There never was an Oil Painting What was being referred to as the Oil Painting was the same framed newspaper clipping that I had mentioned to your son & your niece.

Unfortunately,

The Care-Taker

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Name: Joseph Allen Klock <jaklock@comcast.net>
Date: 2002-08-03
Comments:
born September 25, 1932.

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Name: Julie Hayes Wilson <jawilson_76@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-08-01
Comments:
As a former caretaker of Ft. Klock, I worked there in summers of 1978-1979. Both of my children were born there. My oldest son is now 23, he return to show his friends his birthplace. He was very excited about showing his friends where he played until he was 2. Upon his arrival he was treated like trash. The caretaker would not answer any of their questions, show them around and made them feel very uncomfortable. She followed them around, watched their every move. She would not let them walk around the grounds.
Paul and his friends left the fort with a very unpleasant feeling.
To my children, the fort is a very important part of their hertiage.
I hope that the caretaker does not treat all visitors the way Paul was treated. The sad part is that I was there last summer and had a nice visit with the lady. She even told my neice that she remembered my visit.

I would like to know why he was treated this way.


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Name: David Burton Flint <david14949@aol.com>
Date: 2002-07-31
Comments:
Well I've been putting this off to long. What a wonderful web site. As of today I'm sending my membership to you ASAP. I know when something is great and this site is. I hope to have many years enjoying your site. Keep up the good work.

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Name: Bob Hoffman <vpointhof@cybertrails.com>
Date: 2002-07-19
Comments:
This is my new E mail address. My tree goes Fred Hoffman,grandfather,Amsterdam;G Gfather Harry Hoffman,Amsterdam:GG Gfather charles Hoffman,Herkimer and Fulton Co.; and not sure of the next one GGG Gfather Johann Peter Hoffman,born 11/10/1763 Palentine,wife Anna Bydleman Hoffman. Cant get much on him,marriage,death,children,etc. Help. Enjoy your site immensely. Also get help from the LDS Church . Cousin, Bob

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Name: John M. Helmer <greywolf34209@peoplepc.com>
Date: 2002-07-15
Comments:
So far this is a fantastic site, it is obvious that a lot of work has been put into it, it will take me weeks to cover all the information posted, Congratulations on a wonderful job to everyone that anything at all to do with it.

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Name: Carolyn Cuyler <angelfaith777@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-07-15
Comments:
Dear Louis,
My Father-in-law is Richard Cuyler his parents are Vivian & Everett Cuyler. I found this site quite intriguing. thank you for posting it.
Carolyn & Rick Cuyler

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Name: KAREN OTTMAN FINNELL <m1finnell@aol.com>
Date: 2002-07-14
Comments:
BORN IN AMSTERDAM- RAISED IN ST. JOHNSVILLE UNTIL 1959
MOVED TO FLORIDA... LINEAGE BACK TO JOSEPH BRANDT/CHERRY
VALLEY MASACURE. MOTHER'S LINE OSTRANDER - VOLKERT-VEEDER
COMMANDED FT PLAIN, FT KLOCK. WONDERFUL SITE...

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Name: Jeff Lintner <Jeff_Lintner@dph.sf.ca.us>
Date: 2002-07-05
Comments:
GREAT site!! My ancestor survived Oriskany and was noted by Simms in "Provedential Escape of the Lintner Family." Fun reading it again. Will love to take my time and learn more about the Mohawk Valley in the mid - late 1700's. Thanks so much for your efforts.

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Name: Wayne A. Tice <ticewayne@hotmail.com>
Date: 2002-07-03
Comments:
looking for info on my ancestor Solomon Tice of Janson's Regiment Ulster 4th Militia, Please!!! Thanks

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Name: Sandie Gilliland <sgcruise@localnet.com>
Date: 2002-06-30
Comments:
The amount of information here is incredible. It continues to grow. I always find something of interest. My Edick/Ittig etc. family genealogy brings me here.

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Name: David Burton Flint <david14949@aol.com>
Date: 2002-06-30
Comments:
Have been to this wonderful site many times. Living in Texas now, but was born in this area and is truley a beautifil valley.
In the process of getting my novel published"Immigrant,Pioneer,Patriot:The Life and Times of Robert Flint."
I'm looking forward for next years visit with book signings.

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