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Frick

by Annie Lee T. Ratliff
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Columbia, South Carolina : A.L.T. Ratliff, 1995?]
[8], 99, [i.e. 126] leaves. : ill., coats of arms, facsims., map, ports.

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Thomas Frick (ca. 1717-ca. 1814) and his wife, Mary Rittheheimer, had four children, 1737-1754. The family emigrated from Switzerland and settled in Lexington County, South Carolina, ca. 1753. Their great grandson, John Frick (1807-1893), was born in Lexington County, South Carolina, the son of Thomas Frick (1769-1860). He married three times. He and his second wife, Jemima, had five children, 1829-1840. He died in Richland County, South Carolina. Descendants lived in South Carolina and elsewhere.

Includes the Wessinger, Ellinger and other related families.

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