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ISAAC VAN VALKENBURG aka VOLLICK

Isaac Vollick born 1732 Schoharie, New York, was a United Empire Loyalist who came to Upper Canada from the United States during the American Revolution. He was the illegitimate son and only child of Isaac Van Valkenburg and Maria Bradt.

It is through Isaac the Loyalist that Follick and Vollick descendants claim their Mohawk heritage. Isaac's great-great-grandmother was Ots-Toch a half French, half Mohawk woman who married Cornelis Van Slyke a Dutchman who settled in Albany New York in 1627

Although no record of a marriage has been found for Isaac and Maria, their son Isaac used his father's surname until 1782. During his years as a private in Butler's Rangers, Isaac's surname changed from Van Valkenburg, meaning in Dutch, 'from the castle of the falcons' (van=from; valken=falcons; burgh=castle), to Valk or Valck which means 'falcon'. It appears that Valk was his nickname and on being recorded by English clerks, a vowel was inserted between the final 'l' and 'k' making the surname Valic or Volick. Over the years, the surname was written as Vollick, Volic, Valic, Valck, Valk, Volk and Follick (the German/Dutch accent making a 'v' sound like 'f' to English ears).

My line, descended from his son Cornelius, took the Vollick surname. His son Storm used the Follick surname.

Great news Van Valkenburg, Vollick and Van Slyke descendants! My books on the families are available.
Excited to Announce my New Book on the Van Valkenburg to Vollick Family
 From Van Valkenburg to Vollick: V.1 The Loyalist Isaac Van Valkenburg aka Vollick and his Vollick & Follick Children by Lorine McGinnis Schulze

8.5" x 11" (21.59 x 27.94 cm)
Black & White on White paper
68 pages

Available on Amazon From Van Valkenburg to Vollick: The Loyalist Isaac Van Valkenburg aka Vollick and his Vollick & Follick Children (Volume 1) or CreateSpace https://www.createspace.com/5322046

From Van Valkenburg to Vollick: V. 2 Cornelius Vollick and his Follick and Vollick Descendants to 3 Generations (Volume 2) available on Amazon or Createspace https://www.createspace.com/5337261

8.5" x 11" (21.59 x 27.94 cm)
Full colour on White paper
110 pages
The Van Slyke Family in America: 
A Genealogy of Cornelise Antonissen Van Slyke, 1604-1676 and his Mohawk Wife Ots-Toch, including the story of Jacques Hertel, 1603-1651, 
Father of Ots-Toch and Interpreter to Samuel de Champlain REVISED EDITIONThe Van Slyke Family in America: A Genealogy of Cornelise Antonissen Van Slyke, 1604-1676 and his Mohawk Wife Ots-Toch, including the story of Jacques Hertel, 1603-1651, Father of Ots-Toch and Interpreter to Samuel de Champlain REVISED EDITION published May 2010. Coil bound 8.5x11. 287 p. ISBN: 978-0-9680744-5-9 Download an Order Form to pay by check or pay using Paypal
New Netherland Settlers: Willem Pieterse Van Slyke aka Neef - A genealogy to five generations of the descendants of Willem Pieterse Van Slyke who settled in New Netherland (New York) in 1660. New Netherland Settlers: Willem Pieterse Van Slyke aka Neef - A genealogy to five generations of the descendants of Willem Pieterse Van Slyke who settled in New Netherland (New York) in 1660. published February 2005. 198 pages. 8.5x11 Coil bound . ISBN: 0-9680744-2-1 Download an Order Form to pay by check or pay using Paypal


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Isaac & Mary's Children
1 Isaac Van Valkenburg 1732 - 1807 +Anna Maria Warner 1735 -
.... 2 Maretje Vollick 1758 -
.... 2 Matthias Valck 1759 - +Baertie Bradt 1758 -
.... 2 Cornelius Vollick 1761 - 1818 +Eve Larroway 1776 -
.... 2 Annaje Vollick 1763 - 1823 +Derrick (Richard) Hainer 1759 - 1801
.... 2 Storm Follick 1765 - +Esther 1770 -
.... 2 Sophia Vollick 1766 - +Adrian Bradt 1765 -
.... 2 Elizabeth Vollick 1767 - +Christian Bradt 1763 -
.... 2 Catharina Vollick 1769 - +Albert Hainer
.... 2 Sarah Vollick 1770 - +Benoni Crumb
.... 2 John Vollick 1772 - +Sarah DeCow
.... 2 Maria Vollick 1775 -

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VOLLICK Mailing List
I have started a mailing list (VOLLICK-L) for those researching this surname. If your ancestors were VOLLICKs or FOLLICKs please consider joining us to share genealogy and help each other with our brick walls.

To subscribe to this new list, send an email. In the body of your email, put the command

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to

VOLLICK-L-request@rootsweb.com

Don't fill out the Subject field of your email.

If you want to subscribe to digest mode (several postings are combined and sent to you together as a single large message) send the command

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to

VOLLICK-D-request@rootsweb.com

Visit the Rootsweb Vollick Mailing List page to search the Archived Messages

FOLLICK Mailing List
I have started a mailing list for those researching this surname. If your ancestors were FOLLICKs please consider joining us to share genealogy and help each other with our brick walls.

To subscribe to this new list, send an email. In the body of your email, put the command

subscribe

to

FOLLICK-L-request@rootsweb.com

Don't fill out the Subject field of your email.

If you want to subscribe to digest mode (several postings are combined and sent to you together as a single large message) send the command

subscribe

to

FOLLICK-D-request@rootsweb.com

Visit the Rootsweb Follick Mailing List page to search the Archived Messages

VAN VALKENBURGH TO VOLLICK: My Direct Line
  
  1. Andries Van Valkenburgh |
  2. Lambert Dryeskens (Andrieskens?) Van Valkenburgh Died: 9 Mar 1651 Millen, Belgium Spouse: Maria Died: 20 Oct 1650 Millen Belgium |
  3. Lambert Jochemse Van Valkenburgh Born: Abt 1614 Valkenburg, The Netherlands Spouse: Annetie Jacobs Died: 17 Sep 1704 NY, USA |
  4. Jochem Lambertse Van Valkenburg Born: 1646 New Amsterdam, NY, USA Spouse:Eva Hendrickse Vrooman Born: Leyden Netherlands Died: 1706 Kinderhook, NY, USA | __________|______________________ | |
  5. Isaac Van Valkenburg Jannetje Van Valkenburg b. 1686 b. ca 1680 NY md m Isaac Janse de Wever aka | Van Alstyne 1657 NY-1746 Lydia Van Slyke 1685 NY- ? m. | |
  6. Isaac Van Valkenburg Marytie Van Alsteyn 1712 NY-1785 PA b. 1708 NY not md. md Petrus LeRoy 1704 NY- ? NY Maria Bradt 1712 NY -? | |
  7. Isaac Van Valkenburg aka Vollick Jonas Larroway U.E.L. U.E.L 1732 NY- after 1804 ON 1731 NY - aft 1804 ON md. Anna Maria (Mary) Warner md. Elizabeth (Betsy) Muller 1735 NY - ? | |
  8. Cornelius Vollick U.E.L. married Eve Larroway b. 1761 Albany NY b. 1776 Niagara ON ______________________| |
  9. Richard Vollick Born: Oct 1809 Upper Canada Died: 17 Jul 1891 Hay Twp., Huron Co., ON Spouse: Elizabeth (Betsy) Burkholder Born: Abt 1816 Hamilton, ON Died: 1879 Hay Twp., Huron Co., ON |
  10. Isaac Vollick Born: Abt 1832 Upper Canada Died: 25 Mar 1904 Flos Twp., Simcoe Co., ON Spouse: Lydia (Liddy) Jamieson Born: 11 Oct 1837 Wentworth Co. ON Died: 15 Oct 1917 Flos Twp., Simcoe Co., ON
 

 
 

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