|Please I can not find our relatives family. We first find him in U.S. born about 1792. John H. Wicks. He married an Abigail Hartwell. If anyone ever runs across these names we (I) would certainly be greatful! Thank you Candy
Candy (Jacobson) Wicks,
Thu 06 Apr 2006 20:32:43
Hello, I just decided to do a google search this morning on my father Albert A Wyke. I found the post Carol Buchan, Sun 14 Aug 2005 20:08:50 made on this website.My name is Lauren (Wyke) Smith and I am 40 years old. My father Albert Arthur Wyke did die in March of 2005 in Peabody Massachusetts. I am one of his 3 children. If you want to discuss this further I have aol messanger and my id is bgsforever. If you prefer to email me my email address is Beegees_fanatic@yahoo.com. I am also on yahoo and msn messangers... Looking forward to talking more with you and finding out how we are related. I have done extensive family tree mapping with my father before his passing and I can give you what information I have. Sincerely, Lauren Smith
Lauren (Wyke) Smith,
Wed 12 Apr 2006 13:31:56
For anyone interested I've posted up a GEDCOM of my WICKS ancestors from Surrey on my website at www.wicks.org
Tue 18 Apr 2006 20:26:06
I have information on and am looking or information to share about the Christian Wicks who married Rosina Barbara Roder June/02/1711 in Mutterstadt.
Mon 24 Apr 2006 06:58:24
Have family tree of Sir Richard Weeks of Honichurch c1500 to c1670. Researching my lot from 1670 to present day. Most born in 1700s come from the Broadwood Kelly area. Anyone interested in exchanging info?
Sun 30 Apr 2006 14:07:39
I think what you are doing is great!!
Mon 01 May 2006 22:32:20
looking for grandfather, JOHN WICKS aka JACK from hertfordshire area - would have been born about 1895 - served in the army during first world war, stationed in Darlington, Co Durham in 1917, would love to hear from any members of this family
Wed 03 May 2006 23:00:49
My married name is Tracy Cole. I was born in 1972. My father is Conrad Franklin Wyke.
Tue 16 May 2006 01:00:01
Fascinating items about the Wykes descendants. Are there any more with Wixey connections? At one time may have been spelt Wicksey. My grandafther William Wixey (born approx. 1870) originated from Gloucestershire where Wixey is listed in telephone directory with about 24 entries. Not very many in other areas.
Brenda Scarborough (nee Wixey),
Wed 17 May 2006 14:35:18
Hi ther seems to be no mention of the irish side of the wykes name .my family are from dundalk and still live in abundance in athlone ,also birmingham can you investigate
Sun 21 May 2006 18:16:35