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Jaeck in New Germany, New Hamburg and Walkerton Areas

Jaeck in New Germany, New Hamburg and Walkerton Areas

Posted: 19 Sep 2001 1:44AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 18 Jul 2004 3:06AM GMT
Surnames: Jaeck, Yaeck, Yeck, Yack, Von Hatten, Schlosser, Groh
Hello Everyone:

I also have ancestors that settled in the New Germany, New Hamburg and Walkerton areas. Some of my surnames match those listed but I don't see a connection. However, listed below is a family history. If anyone has any links to this family, please contact me.

Thanks!
J. Robblee

Edward Jaeck born in 1815 in Soufflenheim Alsace Lorraine. Son of Francois Joseph and Catherine Von Hatten. He married Madelaine Schlosser in 1841. They had three children, Valentin, Louis* and Gustav. Family legend has it that he first settled in Pennsylvania and later moved to Woolwich Township and attended. St. Boniface Church. Later he moved to East Zorra Township and attended Holy Family Church in New Hamburg. In Canada, he married again to Margaretha Groh from Kossuth. Margaret was born on June 12, 1837. She was the daughter of Conrad Groh and Cebillia Deider. Edward and Margaretha had the following children, Gustav, Henry*, Philippina (Bena) married a Kauffman?, Antonette (Nettie) married a Kauffman?, Edward, George moved to Bad Axe Michigan??,Xavier (Frank)*, Magdalena*, John*, and Clemens*. Stars indicated that I have traced these families.

Also Edward's sister Catherine married John Bitschy and settled in the New Germany area along with a brother Joseph who married Josephine Mockers who settled in the Walkerton area. Also I have a two stray Jaecks, Philip, son of Philip and Catherine, born about 1866, who married Helen Roth, lived in the New Germany area. Frederick, son of Michael and Elizabeth, born about 1860, who married Catherine Diegel.

The surname has changed over the years. Our branch uses Yeck but other possible spellings are Yaeck, Yack, Jaeg, Yacht etc ...

Re: Jaeck in New Germany, New Hamburg and Walkerton Areas

Posted: 19 Sep 2001 6:48PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 25 Oct 2002 8:53AM GMT
Surnames: Ernewein,Yaeck,Zingers, Zettwuchs
I guess we are on the same line!

My mother's aunt Josephine Ernewein married a Yaeck, sorry I do not know the father's name. He did however, have several sons who served in WW 2 and one Claire became a Catholic Priest. This branch of the family was and some still are in Walkerton.

I've got tons on these folks but nothing in computer form. Father Claire was my mothers cousin and we knew him well for many years, he was a wonderful man. He was like a big brother to my mother after her dad died.

I was not aware of Soufflenheim connection, I may have some records for you as I researched that area for Zingers Zettwuchs and Erneweins. Of my 16 immigrant ancestors, half settled in Maryhill, the other half in Formosa/Bruce after first stopping in Maryhill

Would love to hear more from you, please email me at phil@philhausercfp.com

Re: Jaeck in New Germany, New Hamburg and Walkerton Areas

Posted: 21 Feb 2002 9:49PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 21 Feb 2002 10:14PM GMT
Surnames: Jaeck, Yaeck etc
I think my family connects with yours. You mentioned you have Louis' history, if he married Louisa Meyer then he is my great grandfather. We go by the name Yaeck, we came from Alsace-Lorraine, I believe we may have stopped off in the states before coming to Canada, but I am not certain where. We settled in Onterio for a while then went to Sask. There are still some of us in Sask. but most have moved to Alberta or BC. Was Louis' full name William Louis Yaeck (Jaeck)? I have the full decent of Louisa and Louis' children etc.

Re: Jaeck in New Germany, Bridgeport late 19th century

Posted: 17 Apr 2002 3:40AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: JAECK JACK YAECK HOLLINGER

My Elizabeth HOLLINGER (b 1824, Obermiesau, Pfalz) married Michael JACK (JAECK, YAECK, b abt 1814) in Greenbush, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo Co., Ontario in 1849. This would be the Michael and Elizabeth JAECK parents of Frederick YAECK (b 18 Jun 1850, Berlin, Waterloo Co.) that Joan mentioned. Frederick married Catherine DIEGEL and they raised a large family in Bridgeport, Waterloo Co.

I would be very interested in learning more about YAECKs (and variants) from Ontario in this period or their descendants.

Glen Brunskill, Burlington, Ontario glen@nanticokeenterprises.on.ca

Re: Jaeck in Germany

J Krug (View posts)
Posted: 10 Nov 2004 11:08PM GMT
Classification: Query
Anyone trace back to a Christine Jaeck c1775 married to Johann Krug 1772-1857.

Re: Jaeck in Germany

Posted: 11 Nov 2004 5:56PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 13 Nov 2004 5:30PM GMT
Surnames: Jaeck, Krug
Hello:

I saw your message, unfortunately I cannot connect Christine Jaeck with my branch. Do you know where Christine was born?

J. Robblee

Re: Jaeck in Germany

J Krug (View posts)
Posted: 11 Nov 2004 10:38PM GMT
Classification: Query
No info on her at all.
Husband born 04/12/1772 at Viereth-Trunstadt,Bavaria.
Married 18/01/1796

Krug in Trunstadt

Posted: 2 Jan 2005 9:44PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 27 Mar 2005 6:10PM GMT
Surnames: Krug, Saukel
Hello, I am interested in the Krug family of Trunstadt, Bavaria. Do you have more information on Johann - siblings, children? My family knowledge ends with Jacob Krug born Trunstadt 1837, died New York 1910. Married Elizabeth Saukel in Trunstadt 1866.

Re: Jaeck in Germany

Posted: 4 Aug 2009 6:57AM GMT
Classification: Query
I have the exact same sticking point, Jaeck and Krug circa 1790's in Viereth, do you have any Krug info to share.

scott.krug@gmail.com

Re: Krug in Trunstadt

Posted: 4 Aug 2009 6:58AM GMT
Classification: Query
This is my family too, please email me I must connect with you....scott.krug@gmail.com
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