HEINRICH WILHELM ZIOCK
Heinrich Wilhelm - was born
1792 & was the son of Anna Sybilla Arens &
Heinrich Wilhellm was still living in 1799 according to
Stadtarchiv Hattingen. I had always assumed Heinrich
Wilhelm died ca. 1800 as Anna &
Peter Ziock had another son born in 1801 that they named
This second Heinrich was my gr. gr. grandfather who came to St.
Louis, USA. But then on 31 July 2011 I received a letter from
Gerald Pickers of Essen, Germany stating that the first Heinrich
Wilhelm did not die in 1800 as I had thought. (See letter
below) The first Heinrich Wilhelm Ziock moved to Essen, Germany, got
married & had a family. He died in 1864.
Good morning Carroll,
my name is Gerald Pickers from Essen,Germany. I entered your
page and see that you have descendants in Germany. One of them
is Heinrich Wilhelm * 1792,. You expected that he died in 1800
but he was still alive :-)Long ago in Germany families had 2
sons with the same surnames. One they called with the first and
the other with the second surname
As a young man he moved to Essen, at the beginning of the 19th
century Essen was a small town but now Essen has about 600000
Heinrich Wilhelm was a painterman and a glazier. On January 7th
1821 he married Marianne Kamphoff * 22.03.1793 at St.Gertrud
Church in Essen.
Heinrich Wilhem died 26th May 1864 in Essen. He had only one son
called Theodor Wilhelm Anton Ziock * August 12th 1824 in Essen.
This son married Helena Franziska Elisabeth Funke (a descendant
of mine) on February 14th 1849 at St.Gertrud in Essen.
They had 7 children, some died in their childhood. With this
mail I send you a pdf document. It was written for the family
Funke in Essen. On pages 26 to 28 you can find further
informations to family Ziock and the 7 childs of Ziock/Funke.
If you have any more questions, you can contact me anytime.
Best wishes from Essen,Germany
PDF File for Heinrich Wilhelm Ziock (1792 - 1864)
from Gerald Pickers
Baptismal Record of Heinrich Wilhelm Ziock - 1792
First child of Peter Ziock & second wife Anna Sybilla Arens
Hattingen, Westfalen, Germany
Thank you to Horst Lerner for the picture!