Researchers into Shook, Shock, Shuck, Schoch, Schuck, etc.
Edgar Vandehey's website I Shook, The Family Tree traces the families of Harmonous/Hermanus Shook and his sister Catherine.
Joyce Sinnett's website at Jade Tree Genealogy Page gives information on Catherine Shook.
John and Debbie Shuck's website traces the family of Johann Jacob Schock (c1720-1772) of Berks Co., Pennsylvania.
Bob Kunkel is researching Mary Schuck (1822-1898), Jesse Schuck (bef.1829-?), and Reuben Schoch.
Becky Traub is researching Sarah Shook, daughter of Peter Shook (1809-1850).
Neal Underwood's genealogy website has compiled several new ways to research Shuck and Shook!
- Rootsweb Surname Discussion Mailing List - Shook Rootsweb's new (June 1998) discussion list (e-mail) for the Shook/Shuck surname in Digest form. Send email with the word "subscribe" in the body of the message.
- Rootsweb Archives searches
Rootsweb provides capability to perform searches for a variety of lists and databases; too many to describe here and changing daily. Start at the Rootsweb Home Pageand follow through on the options. There's a lot there! Those that may be of initial interest to Shuck/Shook researchers are:
- The archives for specific mailing lists including surname/family lists: "RootsWeb Mailing Lists -- Interactive Search"
Enter the name of the list (Shook or other) in the "Name of List" box and mouse-click on the "Search" button. On the panel that is returned, enter the search term in the "Query" box, select the database (year) and mouse-click on the "Search" button.
- GenForum Surname Discussion - ShuckGenForum's discussion list (submitted postings) for the Shuck surname.
- GenForum Surname Discussion - ShookGenForum's discussion list (submitted postings) for the Shook surname.
- Roots Surname List ("RSL")/Rand Genealogy Club
Do search on specific variant spellings: Shuck, Shook, Schuck, Schook, etc. OR Soundex search. (Soundex will give wider range of spelling variants.) As of November, 1997, about 20 entries for Shuck/Shook researchers and growing. (Also has a lot of good general genealogical information and links.)
The Allegheny Regional Family History Society Home Page
Church of the Brethren
The Amish And "The Plain People"
Genealogy Publishers and Bookshops:
The Olive Tree Genealogy: Index To Palatine Research
Kraig Ruckel's Palatine & Pennsylvania-Dutch Genealogy Page
Genealogy Indexes and Centers
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