I have been following this thread with interest because, as a REMICK researcher I am always trying to separate the Remicks from the Renicks-- especially in the south and midwest. I have seen the Lafayette Co, MO Census pages from 1840 and some look like ReM and others like ReN. I'd be interested in a clarification on the James, Andrew, William, and Strother Re(m/n)ick in 1840. How is this Strother connected to the Strother listed in the 1860 Slave Schedule in Lafayette Co? I also am confused as to whether all Remicks in Barren Co, KY before 1850 are actually Renicks. Most of the pre-1850 Remicks descend from Christian Remick of Maine (ca 1650), and they stayed mostly in the northeast. Looking forward to eliminating some of my Remicks who are really Renicks.
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