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Hickok Family Tree 1

Monday, September 09, 2019

Years ago I had all of the info on the Hickok's, going all the way back to England. I found a website that was free. I printed out all of the info just in case I needed it. I recorded everything I found in Ancestry.com. I took a break for a year, and let my Ancestry membership expire. I accidentally spilled Tea on my family tree papers. I thought "no worry. I will go back to that site, or Ancestry, and print the info out again, so I tossed the papers. When I went back the free sight was gone. I think Ancestry has gobbled most of the free sites up. Just my opinion, I could be wrong. So I go into Ancestry to print out what I had there, and half of my information was gone. I wasn't real happy about that. So I more or less have started over to make sure the info I had was right, and continued on from there. To make a long story short, I went as far as I could go for now. I got all the way back to 1543, England. My 10th Great Grandfather. Here is my tree. I sure hope you can read the names etc. because they like to shrink pictures in here. Just to be safe I will name who is who.

Starting with me, born in 1950. California
My Dad: Donald Lee Hickok 1913-2002 Born Kansas City Mo. Died Granada Hills California
Grandfather: Eugene Clyde Hickok 1886-1925 Born Kansas Died Kansas City Missouri
Great Grandfather: Harrison D Hickok 1840-1913 Born Pennsylvania Died St Jo Missouri
2nd Great Grandfather David Nicholas Hickok 1806-1892 Born Vermont Died St Jo Missouri


I will be back with the rest. Pets are demanding breakfast hehe.

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  • JANIEWWJD
    Wow, that's too bad!!! emoticon
    35 days ago
  • TXGRANDMA
    What a bummer that the free site is gone! I suspect you are right on your theory. Ancestry makes a lot of money charging people for that info.
    36 days ago
  • DOVESEYES
    Wonderful to know all the people that lead to you :)
    36 days ago
  • CHRISTINEBWD
    Wow that print was really small. Sorry you are having to start over. You have done a great job!!!
    36 days ago
  • WALKZWDOGZ
    Great job, but man, that's frustrating. It's like everything in the "cloud" has to be $$$ anymore. grrrrr...
    36 days ago
  • MINNIEUK
    It's fantastic that you got back as far as 1543, Jeanne. Can't wait to read about your English ancestors!
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    37 days ago
  • YELLOW09RED
    Hi, sorry about your tea spill.
    Sorry about the info not all being there for you.
    Thank you for sharing.
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    37 days ago
  • EDLEAR
    Ah yes, the big gobble up the little. It’s too bad that all that saved info got lost. That was time consumed that you won’t get back. It seems to be an enjoyable journey for you though, so there’s that.
    Thanks for sharing all this, I’m sure that I’m not the only one who’s been inspired to “look into things” by this.
    37 days ago
  • INGMARIE
    Cool.I have been thinking about it but that is as far as I got.Parents ,grandparents and sibs
    Would probably be easier if I were in Sweden.

    Interesting reading about yours .thanks for sharing. emoticon
    37 days ago
  • FRAN0426
    I have enjoyed reading your about your family from way back when. Sorry that you weren't able to retrieve all the information you had found before you took your break. My husbands cousin has been doing genealogy from both sides of her family, and she has taken breaks from it too.
    37 days ago
  • JAMER123
    I have learned I don't throw out anything until I have confirmed the info especially like a family tree. My mom has a program on the family tree but lost all that info and hasn't gotten any back. Keep looking and you may yet find another branch! You have done well.
    37 days ago
  • IAMBLESSED103
    I know what you mean. I don't trust any online service to keep my info. You simply have no control over what happens to the info... or if the company goes out of business, etc. Everything I look up, I copy into Word documents for myself and I save the jpg files to my computer. At least I know I've got it.

    So awesome all the info you've learned so far! emoticon
    37 days ago
  • SHOCOSS
    This is great. I need to start mine up again and make sure all info is correct
    38 days ago
  • NISSANGIRL
    Very interesting!!! Thinking about doing the same! Great blog Jeannie ❤️👍
    38 days ago
  • SUNSET09
    This is way kool emoticon It's difficult finding a "free" anything anymore, unfortunately. Once a company sees they can profit off of us, they do! You're doing a great job so keep up the good work and save it or share it with a family member so that won't happen again. I'm sure, you've learned that lesson. emoticon emoticon and emoticon emoticon
    38 days ago
  • GARDENCHRIS
    interesting, my mom has done some of this herself
    38 days ago
  • GOOZLEBEAR
    I agree about Ancestry, they have a monotone information. Glad you were able to get some I formation. Your ancestors are sure more interesting than mine! Thank you for sharing. emoticon emoticon
    38 days ago
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