|Hello - stopped by to see whats new! Happy Valentines Day
Fri 13 Feb 1998 17:03:46
Well what a wonderful job you did on the page. I am interested in weekes from London in the mid 19th century who came to Australia and New Zealand. John George Ellis seems to have been the family name ! Greetings to all Wykes' et al around the world !
Tue 24 Feb 1998 10:53:37
Harry - thanks for the help. I love the pages and will be visiting regularly. Nancy Douglas nee Wykes
Sun 01 Mar 1998 20:09:06
My father was adopted by Arthur Wykes around 1919 in Philadelphia Pa., my grandmother's maiden name was Sibson. Is there any connection to Wykes in the UK?
Martin Sibson Wykes Jr.,
Sun 01 Mar 1998 21:44:35
An excellent compendium of the Wykes, I will revisit to follow developments
Tue 03 Mar 1998 15:04:11
Yup! Wykes, That's...W. Y. K. E. S!!!! NO. . .. ..W. Y... K.. E ...S... . .!!! Hope you have all heard of Will O' the Wykes. Didn't know there were so many of us. Edinburgh.
Sat 07 Mar 1998 15:43:05
Nice Page, Neil Wykes Nottingham, UK
Neil Anthony Wykes,
Sat 07 Mar 1998 21:06:03
a terrific site,what can I say,Wykes of the world unite !!!!!!
Wed 11 Mar 1998 16:01:09
A very informative web site - have printed out the name origins info for my father-in-law. I don't recall seeing the town WICK in Northeast Scotland mentioned - what are its origins - Viking?
Mon 16 Mar 1998 06:39:53
Hello Harry, very impressive pages. I'm a descendant of Francis Weekes of Oyster Bay, LI, NY, through his son Joseph, and his son Joseph. Then our dates become muddled, and I think there's a missing generation. Back to the search!
Janice Weeks Bernath,
Wed 18 Mar 1998 06:48:51