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Charles Henry Fick - Michigan
Posted by: Sandra Fick (ID *****4585) Date: August 31, 2007 at 16:01:50
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I am looking for information on Charles Henry Fick who also went by Carl. Charles was born September 18, 1838 in Seehof, Pommerania, Prussia. He came to the US and was reported on the 1880 census in Genoa Township, Livingston County, Michigan. He married Louise Allerholz (sp?) prior to 1881. He purchased land in 1881 in Genoa Township, Michigan. I have located his death record but there is no mention of parents. He passed away in 1911 and is buried at St George Lutheran Cementary in Howell, Michigan. Louise sold the farm in 1920 and passed away in 1947 and is buried by Charles side. Louise's death certificate does not list parents either. I am trying to find the out both of their parents names and their stories. Charles and Louise had 7 children - Charles Frederick, Emil, Ethel, Bertha, Elizabeth, Mary and Amelia. Charles and Louise are my husband's grandparents. He is the youngest son of Charles Frederick.

Any information will be greatly appreciated. Thanx


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