VanValkenburgh-Vollick-in-Canada
A collaborative genealogy of VanValkenburgh branches in Canada
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WELCOME! This project provides a free forum to share discoveries and research leads for all 'known' Canadian VanValkenburgh branches and 'strays' (whose pre-Canadian origins are uncertain).

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KNOWN BRANCHES:
VV-John-Hoosick-Ernestown-PATTERSONmore info
VV-Lourenz-of Missisquoi Lower Canada-KRANS more info
VV-Cornelius & Nicholas-Guilderland- Niagara-Peel more info
VOLLICK-Isaac-Schoharie-Niagara-WERNER more info
VV-Petrus-Kinderhook-Camden-DUCOLON more info
VV-Adam-the jewellers- Forest (Huron shore)-RYMAL
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'STRAY' UNCONNECTED BRANCHES:
VV-Adam-Kingston-DIAMOND more info
VV-Catherine-GARRISON-LARABY more info
VV-David-LucyMILLER-Storrington more info
VV-George and Unis more info
VV-Isaac-of Seymour Northumberland more info
VV-Jacob-(Phylander)-HODGES more info
VV-Jacob-LONG more info
VV-Manitoulin Island more info
VV-Margaret-CONANT more info
VV-Joseph-DuPAGE-WAITE more info
VV-Geo-Rebecca-HannahWRIGHT more info
VV-Battersea-Brides-SEARS-LAKE-Emma more info
FOLLICK-Henry-TIFFIN-Michigan more info
VV-Alexander-JaneKING-Rochester-Auburn
VV-Francis-born-Vermont-or-Canada

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FEATURE: The Research Collection of Paul E. VanValkenburgh, 3rd

About this Project
The search for Canadian Vanvalkenburgh ancestors can be challenging due to the scarcity of early records. Additionally, the VV name is often mis-transcribed or has been changed completely!

We are volunteers, some who are not yet able to find our VV ancestors' pre-Revolution origins in the States, and some whose branches left Canada and who wish to discover their Canadian history. We have already received many questions and tips through personal correspondence, and present this site as a means of connecting.

The family trees and notes here represent our best (amateur) efforts gleaned from the online NAVVF Trees and investigative notes that we have gathered. We make no assumptions, but rather present our data based on facts and documentation. We endeavor, with your help, to improve the accuracy and fill-in the gaps of our history together.

WHAT'S ALL HERE?

Family Trees / Branches / Message Boards / Records / Documents/ Stories / Biographies / Obits / Photos / Mystery Photos / Maps / Land Records / Land Petitions / Articles / Book Excerpts / Offsite Links and Resources.

WHERE TO START?

If your ancestors or specific branches are unknown, try the name search tool at top right. Or browse the All NAMES in All TREES link. The icons supply brief summaries of various branches, and lead to discussions pertaining to each branch. To make a general introduction or to inquire about a 'mystery person', register and simply open a new thread and start the conversation in our Message Boards.

We're looking forward to "meeting" everyone!