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Tom Quick

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Tom R. Quick
Born 1930s.
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Died 2010s.
Profile last modified 23 Oct 2019 | Created 19 Aug 2013
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9th Cousin thru Spencer line
posted by Patricia (Long) Kent
hopefully this gets to Tom about David Pitersz de Vries. TOm is most correct, De Vries is now a surname but in the past it was a Dutch adjective for "The Frisian." I have a few De Vries' in my ancestry, presumed none related to each other. Before Napoleon's civil servants forced surnames only the important people or the wealthy had surnames. David would be "David son of Peter from (city where the family originated)" and that would be enough to identify you. some resources for information on De Vries - DeVrie's Journal also "Reminiscences of Old GLoucester County" by Isaac Mickle. BTW "Friesen" is the German surname for "Frisian." Friesenga/Vriesenga is the Frisian surname for Frisian (spelling revisions 1800s).
posted by w. Aardsma
Thanks for removing that space in Sarah (Bahney) Hafflich. I thought I had gotten all of those mistakes.
posted by Max Haiflich Jr.
I agree that Davis-952 and Davids-66 are the same person. Davids-269 is another profile for the same Solomon
posted by Marion Houston
WOW! Such a beautiful merge and enhancement on Edward Morgan-582. And fast - I'm really impressed. THANKS, Mahalo & Aloha Jim
posted by Jim Callahan Sr.
Thanks for referencing "Hoes" in your documentation. Based on that, I did some searching and found/downloaded a PDF of the book from https://archive.org/details/baptismalmarriag00king
posted by Greg Van De Mark
Merge for Rachel Henderikse (Henderikse-1) and Rachel Hendrickse (Bond) Cool (Bond-4429) is needed based on same identity, same parents. Double last names of that time. I will add more info and sources for better comparison.
posted by Mary (Spradley) Morken
Please review may need a merge

Marytjen De Witt formerly DeWitt Born before 7 Mar 1736 in Ulster County, Daughter of Leucas De Witt Jr and Catrina (Roosa) De Wit Sister of Annaatjen (De Witt) DeWitt, Evert (DeWitt) De Witt UE, Jan Lucas De Witt, Lucas (DeWitt) De Witt, Abraham (DeWitt) De Witt, Jannetjen (DeWitt) Oosterhout, Rachel (DeWitt) Louw, Catharina (DeWitt) De Witt and Petrus De Wit

Appear to be the same Person

Maria (De wit) de Wit bef 13 Nov 1698 New York, New York - Privacy Level: Open (White) De wit-9 Marytjen De Witt formerly DeWitt Born before 7 Mar 1736 in Ulster County, New Daughter of Leucas De Witt Jr and Catrina (Roosa) De Wit

posted by Carole Boomer
Hi

Wish you a Happy New Year. May 2018 bring you all you need to be happy.

Congratulation for adding your contributions in December. Whatever the quantity of your contributions, they all count. As I always say "Quality is better than quantity" to make a great family tree.

Thank you for being a Wikitreer,

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posted by Guy Constantineau

Tom is 21 degrees from Greg Clarke, 16 degrees from George Hull and 18 degrees from Henry VIII of England on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.

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