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1 Klock Connections A Klock Family Newsletter Issue 58 May 2006 Publisher: David Klock Phone: P.O Box 402 E mail: 262 North Snyder Street Marcellus, Michigan Web Page: Hanne Turbo Klock Hanne Turbo Klock Last month in Klock Connections I told you about Hanne Klock that lives in Norway who contacted me when she saw the Klock Connections Web Page. I wanted to find out more about her and profile her in this newsletter. So I asked if she would send me a picture I could use in the newsletter. Tell you the truth, I though she was a man when she first e mailed me, imagine my surprise when I received this picture. Hanne is a beautiful young woman. Hanne was born March 30, 1986 and is 20 years old. She is single and lives with her mother in Norway. I live 20km or about 30 minutes from Oslo, in Baerum close to a place called Sandvika, she told me in her e mail. Hanne is learning to be a cook, having completed two years in school and is now working and learning on a on the job training program. Her father, Hans Jorgen Klock, born in Trondheim, Norway, now lives in Sweden. He was born in Hans Klock has four brothers; Harry, Per Ove, Svein Egil and Hilmar Victor. Per Ove and Svein are twins born in Hans has a sister, Margit Henrette Aure who died a few years back. She was born in I like music. Almost everything you can sing along with, but hip hop and rap is not the kind I like to listen to. I have to say it Trance. I like the bass and rhythm its fast, Hanne told me in her e mail. Hanne likes cars, both driving and fixing them. Her first car was painted like a zebra. (Pictured) Hanne now drives a Pontiac Transport so she has room for her dog, Aris a 6 years old German shepherd. Hanne liked to play soccer when she was younger but has not played for about five years. Hanne told me that there were 91 Klocks in Norway over the age of 20. There are several living in and around Baerum, Hanne told me. I do not know Hanne is connected to the Klock Family in the United States, but it is always nice to talk and learn about Klock s who lives in other countries. Thanks Hanne, for sharing your story with us.

2 Genealogical and Family History of Western New York A Record of the Achievements of her people in the Making of a Commonwealth and the Building of a Nation Published by Lewis Historical Publishing Company 1912 Dwight Perrin Dwight Perrin, son of Walter and Lucy (Dorset) Perrin, was born in the town of Stockton, Chautauqua county, New York, July 13, 1847, died in Jamestown, New York, April 14, He was educated in the Stockton public schools and Fredonia Academy. He was reared to farm labor and followed that occupation until five years after his marriage, when he came to Jamestown, and in association with Gilbert W. Klock, purchased a planning mill, which they operated for several years. Mr. Perrin, after retiring from the planning mill engaged in the retail show business in Jamestown, until he was compelled by failing health to seek a change of climate. He spent some time in North Dakota, then returned to Jamestown, which was his home until his death. He took a deep interest in public affairs, served as assessor, and was for several years chairman of the Republican county committee. He was fraternally connected with the Knights of Phthias, the Independent Order of Odd Fellows and Maccabees. While a resident of Stockton he was connected with the Baptist church, but after his removal to Jamestown was a regular attendant to the Methodist Episcopal church, of which he was faithful, consistent supporter. He was a man of fine business ability and strict integrity. He made many friends and retained their confidence always. He married, at Jamestown, April 7, 1868, R. Maila Klock, born in Stockton, New York, September 14, 1847, daughter of Hiram and Margaret (Quinn) Klock, She was educated at Jamestown and Fredonia academies, and is an active member of the Methodist Episcopal church of Jamestown, the Clotho Society, Home and Foreign Missionary societies, and other church and benevolent work, the Mozart Club and Daughters of the American Revolution. Her grandfather, David Klock, was a soldier of the war of He lived in the Mohawk Valley, New York, later settling in the town of Ellery, Chautauqua county, New York. Hiram, a son of David Klock, was born June 6, 1816, in the Mohawk Valley, died February 29, 1866, in Portland, Chautauqua county. He came to Chautauqua county with his parents when young, and became a successful farmer of Stockton, where he owned a good farm of one hundred and sixty acres. He was a prominent member of the Methodist Episcopal church, and an active, influential supporter of the Republican party. He married Margaret Quinn, born at Poultney, near Burlington, Vermont, December 22, 1823; came with her parents when young to what is now Portland, Chautauqua county. She was well educated, and at the age of fifteen years taught the public school of Ellery. She received as salary for her first term twenty dollars for twenty weeks teaching, and boarding around among the patrons of the school. She was a daughter of Robert and Jane (Allen) Quinn. Robert Quinn was born January 25, 1798, died at the age of seventyeight; his wife, Jane (Allen) Quinn, was born September 15, 1797, died at the age of sixty; they were married March 1, 1822, at Fintona, Ireland, by Rev. Mr. Sampson. Children of Hiram and Margaret (Quinn) Klock: 1. R. Maila, born September 14, 1847; married Dwight Perrin, who she survives, without issue, resident of Jamestown, New York. 2. Gilbert W., born March 8, 1852, resides in Buffalo. 3. Eudora E., born November 28, 1854; married, September 19, 1883, Myron W. Pardee, died November 22, She is a graduate of Jamestown high school, after which she went to college. She taught school in early life and later took up music, voice culture, while at college. She went to New York City, where she spent a year in vocal music and Continued Next Page

3 Dwight Perrin Continued afterward taught vocal music in the public schools and gave private lessons in Norwich, New York, and afterward at Chamberlain Institute, Randolph, New York. Mrs. Pardee was soloist at the Chautauqua Assembly Grounds. She also sang at Florida Chautauqua, DE Tuwick Springs, Florida. She sang in the principal churches of Jamestown many years. She is a member of the Methodist Episcopal church, and active in church and charitable work. Member of Jamestown Chapter, Daughters of American Revolution; Needle Work Guild; Agnes Home; board of directors of Young Women s Christian Association; and Warner Home Society. * I have the line of Maila Roselpha Klock that married Dwight Perrin as Hiram, David, Fredrick, Honjost and Hendrick Klock. I have Dwight Perrin as born July 13, 1847 and died April 14, I have Maila Klock as born Sept. 14, According to the article above, they did not have any children. Updates: I have recently updated my family tree that is on line on the Klock Connections Web Page The Klock Family Tree is now in PDF format. Information about the Klock Family Reunion that will be held August 5, 2006 at Fort Klock and a form you can use to let me know if you can attend is posted on the Klock Connections Web Page. I will also put a form in this issue of Klock Connections that you can use. My wife, Darla, Ashley and I will be leaving for New York on June 9, We will be staying longer this year as we will be working and giving tours at the fort. We will be there on Wednesday, Thursday, Fridays and most weekends. Mondays and Tuesdays we will be out and about doing research. If you are in the area stop in and see us and we will give you the grand tour. My wife and I are really excited and we are looking forward to being the Site Interpreters this year at Fort Klock. The Wright Side I like to research the Wright and Ricketts side of my family. My mother was a Wright and my Grandmother Klock was a Ricketts. I have a story that I would like to share with you on my mothers side of my family. The Wright Side. My Grandfather s was Robert Wilson Wright. He was born in 1876 in Canada. He was a tall man as I remember and talked with a strong English accent that it was hard for me to understand. He died in 1954 when I was only 6 years old, but I can still picture his face in my mind. He had appendicitis and had to have surgery. He was in his late seventies and got an infection as the wound would not heal and died. My grandfather was married twice. His first wife was Lillie Calkins. Grandpa Wright and Lillie had five children namely; George, John Fred, Russell "Pete", Leonard and Lyle, who were twins, born Oct. 17, In 1918 the Wright Family came down with Swine Flu and was hospitalized. Uncle Pete remembered being in the Hospital and seeing the orderlies wheel a body, covered with a sheet, down the hallway past his room, with Pete's father walking solemnly behind, hat in hand. His mother had died. After her death the older boys were sent to live with their grandparents, and the twin boys, Lyle and Leonard were adopted out. Lyle was adopted to Dr. and Mrs. Charles M. Baskerville, who lived in Mount Pleasant, Michigan. Leonard was adopted to a family by the name of Klungzinger. Uncle Lyle remembered, as a young child a man would stop by every so often to visit and play with him. One time he brought a puppy up on the porch for him to play with. This went on for several years until Lyle heard his Mother tell the man Continued Next Page

4 The Wright Side Continued not to come anymore... Lyle was getting older and she was afraid he might start asking questions. It turned out that the visitor was my grandfather and Lyle's birth father. As the custom of the time, the twins were never told they were adopted, nor that they were twins, even though they attended the same school and were in the same grade. One day the teacher was explaining to the class the difference between identical twins and fraternal twins and used Lyle and Leonard as examples... It was a terrible shock for both of them and Lyle ran home crying. Since Dr. Basterville was a prominent citizen, the teacher was dismissed. It was not until Lyle was an adult that he went back to find his birth family and was able to meet his birth father and his other siblings. After the death of his first wife, My grandfather remarried, Lillie Fields, my grandmother. They had ten children, which included two sets of twins. Namely; (My mother), Beatrice Marie, Robert, Edna, Roscoe, who changed his name to Ross, Rita Mae, Homer, Arwilda and Joseph. Ross and Rita were twins, This made total of fifteen children, born to Robert Wilson Wright. Not all the children the survived to adulthood. One set of twins died at birth. I do not think that they were named. George from the first marriage died when he was about 12. My uncle Robert (Bob) died from what was called self inflicted gunshot wounds when he was about 28. But that is a story for another time. Homer, and Ross served in the service during the Second World War. I have not been able trace my Grandpa Wright side of my family past my Grandfather. I have had better luck tracing my Grandma Klock s side, the Ricketts, going back the Schweinhardt or Swinehart Family. I have the Swinehart going back to Conrad Schweinhardt who was born in Germany in Do you have a story you would like to share about your family? Send it to me and I will be happy to print it in the newsletter. Genealogy Cemetery List Continued Note: Information for the Cemetery List that I have been compiling and putting in this newsletter come from many different sources and may not be 100% correct or complete. I have found errors in the Oak Hill Cemetery List that I have been putting in this newsletter. I am not going to continue with Oak Hill Cemetery. I will start the Rural Park Cemetery List, which I hope is correct. Rural Park Cemetery Old Section Ingham Mills Town of Manheim Klock, Addie V., b d No Additional Information. Klock, Albert G , spouse of Emma F. Additional Information: I have Albert G. Klock (Daniel, Adam, Adam Johannes, Adam, Col. Jacob, and Hendrick Klock) was born August 15, 1845 and died November 11, He married Emma Wolfe. Albert and Emma had two children; Mabel and Roy E. Klock. Klock, Almira, d. 4/10/1865 aged 44 yrs. 1 mo. spouse of Amos Klock. Additional Information: Almira Davis Klock married Amos Klock Amos and Almira had six children; Amy Alvira, Harriet, Catharine, Ellen, Joseph Martin, Mary A. Klock. Klock, Amos, d. 3/31/1870, aged 47 yrs. 8 mo. 18 days, spouse of Almira. Additional Information; Amos Klock (Adam, Adam Johannes, Adam, Col. Jacob, and Hendrick Klock) was born July 13, 1822 and died March 3, He married Almira Davis. Children listed above. Klock, Amy Alvira, d. 7/16/1865 aged 4 mo. daughter of Amos Klock and Almira Davis. See Above Klock, Areli, d. 8/17/1908 aged 87 yrs. 5 mo. 12 days, son of John G and Gertrude. Additional Information; Areli Klock (John G., George I., Johannes, Henrich Jr., and Continued Next Page

5 Rural Park Cemetery List Continued Hendrick Klock) was the son of Johann George Klock and Gertrude Zimmerman. He was born March 11, He married Mary "Polly" Klock, (George G.I., George I., Johannes, Henrich Jr., and Hendrick Klock) She was the daughter of George G.I. Klock and Harriet Goodale. They had three children; Harriet Ellen, Theron Henry and Fayette John. Klock, Barbary, d. 7/13/1842 died in her 77 year, spouse George I Klock. Additional Information; Barbary or Barbara Bauder Klock was born July 13, She married George I. Klock (Johannes, Henrich Jr., and Hendrick Klock) They had six children; Magdalena, Johann George, George G.I., Christopher, Henry G., and Thomas A. Klock. Klock, Bert Yale, b , son of Sylvester and Emogene. Additional Information: Bert Yale Klock was the son of Sylvester Klock (Daniel, Adam, Adam Johannes, Adam, Col. Jacob, and Hendrick Klock) and Emogene L. Yale. Klock, Catherine d , aged 25 yrs., 2 mo. No Additional Information Klock, Claude W. b d. unknown Additional Information. I have a Claude Klock that was born October 02, 1890 and died in March 1955 and buried in Inghams Mills Rural Park Cemetery, Stone Arabia, New York. This is probably the same Claude Klock. I do not know if he married. If it is the same Claude Klock, I have him as the son of William D. Klock (Daniel, Adam Johannes, Adam, Col. Jacob, and Hendrick Klock) and Addie Emma Voorhees. Klock, Daniel, d. 1/25/1880, spouse of Mary Ann. Additional Information; Daniel Klock (Adam Johannes, Adam, Col. Jacob, and Hendrick Klock) was born January 22, 1818 and married Mary Ann Claus. They had six children; Nancy, Sylvester, Albert G., Amanda, Mary R., and William D. Klock. Continued Next Month Klock Family Reunion Advance Reservation Form The Klock Family Reunion will be an all day event held August 5, 2006 starting at 9:00 p.m. at Fort Klock in St. Johnsville, New York. There will be games and entertainment. Please bring a dish to pass. We will be making chili on an open fire and corn bread in the outside bake oven. We will furnish paper plates, plastic silverware and drinks. The cost is $11.00 for adults and $8.00 for children and young adults still in school. 50% down for advance reservations, non refundable. Yes, we plan on attending the Klock Family Reunion. Enclosed is $ For Adults and Children Name Address State and Zip Space will be available at the Fort for those who would like to camp out Friday night, August 4 th. Cost of campsite will be $5.00, payable on arrival. I will be camping out at the fort and will let you know where you can pitch your tent. (No electric) The bathrooms will be open. Campers welcome. Please check Yes, we will be camping out at the fort for the reunion. Please save me a camping site. Send Check To: Please write Reunion in the note section of your check. David W. Klock P.O. Box 402 Marcellus, Michigan 49067

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