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Christian A. SACK - Austria>VA>IN
Posted by: Joanne Kondratieff Date: December 02, 1998 at 17:21:56
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Christian A. SACK b. ca 1805, Austria, married Mary Polly HITE in Nelson Co., VA on 15 April 1828.
First child, dau Amanda was b. 1829, VA. All 3 appear in 1830 census of Albermarle Co., VA.

Shortly thereafter they moved west to Rush Co., Indiana, where their other children were born, among them
my ggf John L. (or G.) Sack, b. ca 1839, and William C. Sack.

Christian and Mary Polly remained in Rush Co. He was a farmer.

William C. Sack founded the SE Nebraska branch of Sacks.

John Sack fathered 10 children by 2 wives in IN & IL; wife #2 (my ggm) was Serilda or Orilla Jane CONN, b. IN, d. ?.

John & Serilda/Orilla's children were:
*Lulu, d. Pawnee Co. KS, m. Bruce Rittenhouse
*Edward, m. Kate -?-, Ed was a barber in Larned, Pawnee Co., KS for many years, and died there.
*Albert W. "Bert" Sack, b. 1872, Shelbyville IN, d. 1931, Virgil KS, m. Emma Charlotta NYGREN in Saline Co. KS.

Bert & Emma Nygren Sack's children were:
1. Harold Edward Sack, b. 1907, Assaria, Saline KS (my father)
2. LeRoy Conrad "Roy" Sack, b. 1909
3. Melvin A. Sack, b. 1915, Hope KS

Any information on Christian's ancestry would be most appreciated. I'd also love to hear from Sack cousins, especially any descendants of John Sack's first wife.

Thanks,
Joanne Sack Kondratieff


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