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Re: Klincks in South Carolina, 1800's
Posted by: Jan Clink Date: November 18, 2001 at 20:20:43
In Reply to: Re: Klincks in South Carolina, 1800's by E. Harrison of 66

Hello again!
I later -after I sent you the first message - found an 1850 census record for John - still no wife - I think she must have died when the last baby was born, maybe, since he was only 7 months old in this census from Charleston, SC.
John 53 Germany Merchant
Elizabeth 21
John 19 Clerk
Georgiana 17
Leopold 16
Jane 14
Theodore 12
Caroline 10
Gustavis 8
Herman 4
Michael 7/12
Also in Charleston,
I located Harmon(Herman?) Klinck 36 Germany Clerk in a grocery (no family), and
Henry Klinck 19 Germany Clerk in a grocery. Maybe they worked in John's grocery since he was a merchant! Maybe they are his brother and a nephew?

John Klinck was located in city directories beginning in 1825 an 1828 so the naturalization in 1824 so it makes sense that he would start showing up then. Good luck with your hunt! Glad I could offer some help! Jan


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