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Andeck, American colonial ancestry : an outline of the places in history of Colonial fathers of our children

by Lt. Col. Casper Schenk, Des Moines, Iowa
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English
Des Moines, Iowa : C. Schenk, 1942
267 leaves. : ill., ports.

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Ancestry of the author's wife, Myrtle Beulah Dodson Long Schenk. She was born in 1889 in Iowa, the daughter of William Andrew Dodson (1868-1889) and Guiteau Albert Thompson Dodson Ball (b. 1868). She was adopted in 1889 by Tom D. and Maggie Long of Menson, Iowa. She married Casper Schenk in 1911. The Andeck in the title comes from the original name of the Schenk family, which is not covered in this work.

Ancestors include William Boynton (d. 1686) of Knapton, Yorkshire, England, and Rowley, Massachusetts; Henry Dow (1605-1659) of Runham, Norfolk, England, and Hampton, Massachusetts; John Vinton (ca. 1620-1664) of Lynn, Massachusetts; John Dodson (1752-1825) of Shrewsbury, England, Maryland, West Virginia, and Ohio; Matthew Howard (d. 1691 or 1692) of England, Virginia, and Anne Arundel County, Maryland; and Thomas Tomson (Thompson) of Lynn, Massachusetts, New London, Connecticut, and Long Island, New York. Also includes ancestry in England and Europe.

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