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For all researching the Schrock or Schrag families (or related spellings such as Schrack, Shrock, etc.).

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Comment by Deb on December 12, 2013 at 1:19pm

I'd like to add that if anyone has any information on Eva Shuck Schrock (1775-1840) please contact me at debplunk7@gmail.com    The spelling may be Shrock.

Comment by Deb on December 10, 2013 at 8:53pm

I'm really trying to find information on my Schrock ancestors. It's one of my dead ends. The information I have is Eva Shrock (1775-1840) SHe spent most of her life in PA, but may have spent some time in Ohio. Was married to Philip Shultz. I hope someone can help me.

Comment by Bonnie Schrack on January 21, 2013 at 5:46pm

Sharon, if you're still around, which Schrock Family History book do you have?  Who was the author, and when and where was it published? I'm pretty sure it will only cover one branch of the Schrocks; isn't any one book that has all, or even the majority of the American Schrock lineages in it. Who are the earliest couple(s) it starts from?  It's always good to have a book like that -- there aren't many copies out there, so take good care of it!

Comment by Bonnie Schrack on January 21, 2013 at 5:42pm

Hi Tammy, no, I don't have info on them, but I would certainy like to!  Where did you find your information on them?  What towns in Germany were they from?  Usually in Europe our name has been spelled Schrag, but not always. Who were the descendents of Sebastian and Georg who settled in America? 

A large number of the Schrocks in the US are descended from three Amish Schrocks, Ulrich, Hans and Casper, who settled in the 1700s, a little before the Revolution, in Pennsylvania.  Later, in the 1800s, a few more of their relatives emigrated from the Alsace-Lorraine region where they had been living, to the Midwest.  All of these families originated in Wynigen, Switzerland, we believe. They left Switzerland due to the persecution of the Anabaptists there. Schrocks have spread from Pennsylvania to many states, of course.  My grandfather changed the spelling of our name from Schrock to Schrack.  But I know that there are some Schracks in Pennsylvania who have been using that spelling for a very long time, and who don't seem to have been part of the Amish migrations. 

What we need is for some men from those Schrack families to get their DNA tested by Family Tree DNA, and join our Schrock-Schrag-Schrack project. Then we'll be able to tell if they are the same family or a distinct one.  I wouldn't be surprised if they were different.

Comment by Tammy Bitler Cryder on January 4, 2013 at 11:57am

Does anyone have information on the following father and son from Germany.  Sebastian Schrack 1639-1692 and Georg Schrack 1611-1683,  Thanks

Comment by Tammy Bitler Cryder on January 1, 2013 at 11:54pm

My mother's family, Schrack, have lived in Pennsylvania for generations. 

Comment by SHARON BROWN on October 28, 2009 at 12:41pm
I have the Book of "SCHROCK FAMILY HISTORY", if anyone needs info on the SCHROCK name, I would be glade to look up info for you---------
Comment by brady steps on September 9, 2009 at 2:02pm
my Schrock's come from Pennsylvania
 

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