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Your site has been helpful in contacting southern US Wike-Wyke descendants. We are the German cousins. Great work. We have written a book about our families.
Monte Wike,
Mon 11 Apr 2005 16:17:15
I am looking for information on Cyro Wyche who came to South Africa as an Anglican Minister and who did much work in the Eastern Cape and I am looking for information on his son Cyril and grandson John Wyche and their families. Great site - well done!
Meg Fargher,
Mon 25 Apr 2005 06:57:20
Looking for information on my maternal grandmother, Elsie Wykes from Hull then London, born about 1896
Barbara Bailey,
Tue 17 May 2005 18:25:06
I'm researching into my family tree and would like to hear from anyone who has knowledge of either Henry Wyke who married Martha Adderley in Dudley in 1863 or his brother John. They were both miners and moved to Methley in Yorkshire. Martha Adderley gave her birthplace as Brierley hill .Henry and John just said shropshire.
carol buchan,
Fri 20 May 2005 13:21:44
This website rox. didn't know that there were so much of us. hey all to u wykes just wanted to send u a message i am the grandson of harold and joan wykes they live in toronto canada
Graeme Wykes,
Sun 05 Jun 2005 01:07:00
Am researching a John Weeks publican of Bristol UK active 1772 to his death 1819. Can anyone help?
Barb Drummond,
Thu 09 Jun 2005 13:59:42
This page was brought to my attention by a member of the Cornish family. I pointed out that Wyke and Wykes, are not two of the same, or are they?. Thank you and a most interesting site.
Paul E.S. Wyke,
Sat 18 Jun 2005 23:09:09
Thanks for maintaining a Wykes and derivation site. Looking for Jedediah Weeks who married Mary Tooker in 1803 in Smithtown NY.
Wed 29 Jun 2005 02:21:37
Another fantastic opportunity for me to visit and make my mark!! Since discovering this site I've had no end of success in charting my family tree. I've had family members from down the road contact me, as well as some from as far away as Australia! There is definitely a strong Midlands connection within the Wykes clan, although not all are directly connected. The Creaton Wykes' are not connected as far as I know to the Mountsorrel Wykes' which is where my line originates. Nonetheless, a fascinating trip for me and my family towards finding our roots. I'm frustratingly stuck at our William and Martha Wykes, married in the late 1700's. I realise there's only so far one can go on the internet to find themselves (!) so I will have to revert to plan B of visiting the Records Offices in the near future, in the hope of going even further back. Good Luck to all of you charting their family lines. It really is a trip worth going on! Best, Elaine xx
Elaine Wykes,
Wed 29 Jun 2005 21:52:01
I've found out some more about the family. Is anyone out there descended from Henry Wyke and Martha Adderley . He came from Wellington Shropshire. His father was Benjamin Wyke and his wife was Emma nee Chilton. Benjamins children were Henry, John, Philip,Emilia,Allen, Harriet, Robert, Samuel and Violetta. Henry's children were Viloletta ( married James Reynolds)Emily ( emigrated to U.S.A and married Henry Brunsdon( Tamar, Philip ( married Laura Ambler, My line of descent) Myra married Walter Rhodes) Alathea, Martin, Emma, Arthur, Elsie and Albert. I'd love to hear from any long losts.
Carol Buchan,
Tue 05 Jul 2005 12:19:15

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