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dshryock Posted: 29-Jun-08 20:46
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Descendants of Christian Schreyjack


Generation No. 1

1. Christian1 Schreyjack died March 29, 1697 in Spechthof, parish of Buoch. He married Catharina. She was born 1640, and died April 18, 1702.

Child of Christian Schreyjack and Catharina is:
+ 2 i. Johannas Christian2 Schreyjack, born October 31, 1675 in Spechthof, parish of Buoch, Germany.


Generation No. 2

2. Johannas Christian2 Schreyjack (Christian1) was born October 31, 1675 in Spechthof, parish of Buoch, Germany. He married Barbra Aichholtz in Oppelsbohm, daughter of Martin Aichholtz and Juliana Kurtz. She was born May 16, 1677 in Birkenweissbuch, Parish of Oppelfbohm, Germany.

Children of Johannas Schreyjack and Barbra Aichholtz are:
3 i. Susanna Margaretha3 Shryock, born March 27, 1723 in Menzingen; died March 01, 1808 in Gochsheim. She married Johann Georg Jetter October 26, 1745 in Gochsheim; born November 14, 1720; died April 26, 1772 in Gochsheim.
4 ii. Anna Maria Shryock, born April 22, 1699.
+ 5 iii. John Shryock, born Abt. 1701 in Prussia, Germany; died May 17, 1785 in York Co. Penn.
+ 6 iv. Jarick Shryock, born March 06, 1702 in Birkenweissbuch, Parish of Oppesbohm, Germany; died 1788 in Md.
+ 7 v. Michael Shryock, born June 10, 1706 in Hanover, Prussia; died March 03, 1778 in Lancaster Co..
8 vi. Johannes Shryock, born August 14, 1709.
+ 9 vii. Jacob Schreyack, born 1714 in Birkenweissbuch, Parish of Oppesbohm, Germany; died May 29, 1772 in Hagerstown, Washington Co., MD.
10 viii. Christian Shryock, born 1717.

This research was conducted by a genealogist in Germany hired by Richard Culbertson. It appears that the generally accepted line described by Dr. Leland's widow (Baron Von Schreick, etc.) was fabricated for the benefit of her late husband's clients. Too bad, it made a fun story.

Duane
 

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