|Great site! I am from the Alexander county area of North Carolina. Anyone with any information?
Thu 13 May 1999 20:12:57
I've forgotten the password and in reapplying, I'm wondering how long due time is.
Sat 15 May 1999 03:23:21
Harry, this is very impressive. Thanks for sending me the information, it is really interesting to see how many Wykes there are out there and to discover a little bit of my own history! I have bookmarked this and will return often. Keep up the good work Kerry
Mon 24 May 1999 17:13:14
Is there an up-to-date version of the Wykes family tree including my father (Percy Herbert-Arthur Wykes b.1907) and my grandfather (Percy Harold Wykes)? I know that Francis C. Wykes,(U.K) my cousin, has many of these details available, but are they available on the computer?
Tue 08 Jun 1999 05:25:12
This is a great page. Lots of Information.
Thu 17 Jun 1999 03:45:30
My gggfather was Christian WICK, b. 1824 in Albersdorf, Germany. Married Maria Rehberg 11 Sep 1861, in Blue Island, IL. Daughter Katherine Marie was born 1867, Mapleton, MN. Katherine married Ferdinand Wrucke, 11 Feb 1891, Mapleton, MN.
Thu 24 Jun 1999 04:09:01
Well done, impressive site, if you need anymore pointers, try heading in the Liverpool - Speke area. My great grandmother worked at Speke Hall, i'm sure there must be more info there. Back soon.
Jeremy Robert Wyke,
Fri 02 Jul 1999 18:36:04
Fascinating site. I am from Northern Ireland and I'm used to being intimately related to everyone of my name in the phone book. A definite bookmark!
Fri 02 Jul 1999 20:19:57
UNBELIEVABLE......WYKES it's a great name and to see there's so many of us around the world. It makes you think are we a long lost relation!!
Thu 08 Jul 1999 18:43:42
I am at present writing a history of my family from 1066 to 1500 and having just found your site thought it would be good just to write and renew the acquaintanceship that our two families had so long ago - in the period from 1238, when at the assize my ancestor Alfred de Colebere was serjeant of the jury, and Roger de Wike was a juror, through to 1463, when during a local riot Richard Colebeare was up to evil misdeeds along with John Wike! A good web site! (second attempt - mistyped my email address!)
Sat 10 Jul 1999 18:28:02