Brock/Wilson Family History 120 B.C. – 2012 A.D., a 2,100-year lineage
1 Person 2 Parents 4 Grandparents 8 Great grandparents 16 Great great grandparents32 Great great great grandparents 235 (2 x 2 x 2 x2 x 2 x2, 35 times) = 34,359,738,368 Clifford Marshall Brock Summer 2012
Frederick and John W. Brock Elizabeth Ammon Clifford Wilbert Brock Sarah Anna Adam and Susan Coolman Ault Marshall Everett Brock John Bradford William and Elizabeth Wortman Laura Bradford Margaret Aaron and Julia Ransopher MiearsClifford M. Brock Joseph Aaron James H. and Wilson Quintilley F. Wilson John W. Wilson Mary Ann Foreman Andrew and Lucinda Stroup Dorothy Louise Wilson Alpius Alfred Alonzo and Mary Lockwood Hanchett Allice Effie Lockwood James W. and Mary Eliya Julian Martha Lott
Rudolph Brock (1791 - 1875)Frederick Brock (1823 - 1908)John W. Brock (1855 - )Clifford Wilbert Brock (1880 - 1928)Marshall Everett Brock (1917 - 1999)Billy Brian, Clifford and Robert Lee Brock
Elizabeth (Ammon) Brock Above: Frederick Brock, our great, great grandfather. Left: Both Great grandparents are buried in the Hartford City, Indiana, cemetery Left, Emma SmossmanMy great, great, great grandfather, Rudolph Brock,and great, great , greatgrandmother, EmmaSmossman
Frederick Brock, one of the aged and highly respected citizens of Jefferson township closed his earthly career Sunday afternoon at the home of his daughter, Mrs. John Bentz, south of Laud, at the hour of 1:20. The old gentleman had eaten his dinner, eating as heartily as usual, andwhen he had finished, as was his custom, went into his room and laid down on his cot.He gasped a few times and was gone, the end coming peacefully and quietly. Onemore of the grand old pioneers of the county had been gathered to his fathers. Frederick Brock was a native of Canton, Berne, Switzerland, where he was bornApril 1st, 1822; died July 5th, 1908, aged 86 years, 3 months and 4 days. He was theeldest of five children and the last of the family to depart from this life. He was well educated in the old country, and in 1840 sailed for America with hisparents, who located in Fairfield county, Ohio. He celebrated his eighteenth birthdaywhile crossing the Atlantic, the trip over requiring fifty-eight days. February 22, 1846, he was united in marriage to Elizabeth Amman and to whom sixchildren were born, five of whom survive – Benjamin, of Marion, Ind.; John W., ofMills City, Ore.; Mrs. John Bentz and Samuel of Jefferson township, and Mrs. LewisLong, of Washington township.
Old King Cole was amerry old soul And a merry old soul was he;He called for his pipe, andhe called for his bowl And he called for his fiddlers three. Every fiddler he had a fiddle, And a very fine fiddle had he;Oh theres none so rare, as can compare With KingCole and his fiddlers three
Coel Old Britian And he was a66th great grandfather merry old soul,Lucius Mawr (137 - 181) the good KingCadwalladr ap Lewfer MawrDomaldi Domaldr Domalde King of Uppsala Visbursson (339 - 365) Coel—through theDomar Domarr UPPSALA DOMALDSSON (361 - 452) Richard I of theDyggvi UppsalaThe Brave Domarsson Svearne (382 - )Dag Wise Spaka Dyggvasson (394 - ) Plantagenets toKing Agni The Powerful King of Sweden Dagsson (424 - 459) Wahulls to WilsonsAlrek "The Trembler" King of Sweden Agnasson (445 - 470) and momYngvi King of Sweden Alreksson (466 - 499)Jorund King of Uppsala YNGVASSON (487 - 509)Aun "The Aged" Jorundsson King In Uppsala (509-544) King Halfdan II, The Old, The Aged, The Meek, The Mild, TheIngvar Eysteinsson (616 - 642) Bounteaus, The Generous in Gold and the Stingy of Food, (758 - 800)Eysteinn Halfdansson (736 - 780) Richard I Fearless first Plantagenet (933 - 996) Geoffrey Crispin Eu de Plantagenet (954 - 1015) John De Wahull (1255 - 1296) THOMAS DeWoodhull (1273 - 1304) Isabel Woodhall (1546 - 1615) Thomas Wilson (1695 - 1773) JOHN WILSON (1715 - 1783) JAMES C WILSON (1758 - 1838) Quintilley Ferugs Wilson (1799 - 1880) Joseph Aaron Wilson (1847 - 1935) John Wilson (1872 - ) Dorothy Louise Wilson (1921 - 2010) Clifford Brock
King of Troy to Dorothy Brock This abbreviated chart shows Taetwa/Tecti King of Troy (45 - 100) how the Wilson line tracks to the relationship to you: 70th great grandfather present through my mother’s Wilson line. Geata Jat "the Trojan" of Asgard King of Troy (60 - ) This ancient line shows anGodwulf The Trojan (Godolf, Godulf-r) Asgard ap GEATA, King of the Troy (80 - 163) Svegdi "King of Upsal Fjolnarsson (277 - 333) entire string of kings. It is one of several in the Brock/Wilson Vanlandi King of Upsal Svdegdasson (298 - 389) genealogy that shows royal Domaldi Domaldr Domalde King of Uppsala Visbursson (339 - 365) lineage. King Agni The Powerful King of Sweden Dagsson (424 - 459) Some genealogists have Alrek "The Trembler" King of Sweden Agnasson (445 - 470) tracked this particular line to Yngvi King of Sweden Alreksson (466 - 499) Adam and Eve. I personally Jorund King of Uppsala YNGVASSON (487 - 509) think this has more to do with Aun "The Aged" "Ani" Jorundsson King In Uppsala (509-544) (509 - 544) religion than it does with the Egil Vendikraka "Tunnadolg" Aunsson, King of Sweden (530 - 555) science or history we call Ottar Vendilkraka King of Sweden Egilsson (551 - 576) genealogy. Ivar Vidfame King of Sweden Halfdansson (770 - 824) Richard I Fearless first Plantagenet (933 - 996) Geoffrey Crispin Eu de Plantagenet (954 - 1015) John DeWoodhull (1302 - 1337) William Wilson (1585 - 1641) Quintilley Ferugs Wilson (1799 - 1880) Joseph Aaron Wilson (1847 - 1935) John Wilson (1872 - ) Dorothy Brock and a Trojan Dorothy Louise Wilson (1921 - 2010) warrior, a line from whom she Clifford Brock (1947 - ) may have descended.
Left: Genealogy chart ofthe House of Wessex.Above left. Alfred theGreat. Left. William theConqueror. Above. TheDoomsday Book.
Atenor II (185 - 143) [72nd great grandfather] The Lockwoods (my mother’sClodomir II "King" of Sicambri (149 - 123) maiden name) are an exceedinglyMerodachus King Of The Sicambri ( - 95) interesting and impressive line.Cassander King Of The Sicambri The earliest recorded familyAntharius Chief Of The Sicambri (77 - 39) members are a series of SicambrianFrancus I The West Franks (58 - ) and Frankish kings, 24 of them.Geoffrey "The Fair" Plantagenet V, (1113 - Sicambrians were a Germanic1151) people living on the Rhone at theEdward III King of England (1312 - 1377) border of Germany and Netherlands. The Franks are Germans nearElizabeth Plantagenet (1464 - 1503) France.Elizabeth Creswell (1559 - 1574) Five English kings, three EdwardsEdmund Lockwood (1574 - 1635) and two Henrys, and the beginningGershom (Younger) Lockwood (1676 - 1757) of the Plantagenet line descendedAlpius Alfred Lockwood (1839 - 1884) into the Lockwood line.Allice Effie Lockwood (1878 - )
Ranulphu De Lockwood (1360 - 1450) is our 16th great grandfather Baron Rogerus De Lockwood (1390 - 1450) Sir Ranulph De Lockwood (1420 - 1480) Henry DeLockwood (1450 - 1510) Robert DeLockwood (1486 - 1558) Thomas deLockwood (1520 - 1558) Richard Lockwood (1540 - 1598) Edmund Lockwood (1574 - 1635) Robert LOCKWOOD (1600 - 1658) Gershom LT Lockwood (1643 - 1719) Gershom (Younger) Lockwood (1676 - 1757) Hezekiah Lockwood (1706 - 1786) Yorkshire countryside, Lockwood territory Azariah Lockwood (1750 - 1790) Abram Lockwood (1788 - 1861) Our mother’s Lockwood line (her mother [Allice Effie] was a Lockwood) Alonzo Lockwood (1818 - 1906) is a very old and distinguished line. I Alpius Alfred Lockwood (1839 - 1884) could only trace it to the 14th Century, Allice Effie Lockwood (1878 - ) but it includes many noblemen, military officers and clergy. Dorothy Louise Wilson (1921 - 2010) Billy Brian, Clifford, and Robert Brock
English: habitationalname from a place inWest Yorkshire,probably named in OldEnglish as ‘enclosedwood’,from loc(a) ‘enclosure’(see Lock)+ wudu ‘wood’. It seemslikely that all present-day bearers of the namedescend from a singlefamily which originatedin this place. There isanother place of thesame name inCleveland, first recordedin 1273 as Locwyt, fromOld English loc(a) + OldNorseviðr ‘wood’,‘brake’, but it is not clearwhether it has given riseto a surname.
An engraving fromHollands Hweerologia.Animum fortunasequatur is Latin for"Fortune follows thespirited."
Date Event(s) 1884 Alpius dies. Allice is 12 years old. Allice, now 18 years of age, is working as a "servant"~1898 or 1899 (1900 Census) in the household of ~27-year-old John William Wilson. He runs a hotel. A son, Foster, is born to Allice. He takes the name 1900 Foster Wilson, so his father was probably John W. Foster died a month later. A daughter, Nellie, is born, also with the last name of 1902 Wilson, presumably John W.s daughter. No record of marriage has been found. Allice marries William A. Stene (1854- ? ), a 56-year- 1905 old man. (1910 Census shows the marriage). Allice and William have a son, Willard (1906 - ~1957). My family narrative is that Willard was a half brother 1906 to my mother, Dorothy Louise (Wilson) Brock. I attended his funeral in ~1957) in Indiana. As far as I know, he lived under the name of Wilson. 1908 Joseph R. Stene is born to Allice and William. Census records show W. Stene, A. Lockwood, 1910 husband and wife, living with sons Willard and Joseph. Also in the household is step-daughter Nellie. Allice and William divorce or he dies. No record of 1911-~1915 either has been found. Allice and John W. Wilson marry (no extant record ~1916 found). Allice and John W. have a daughter, Lucinda (Leona, 1917 1917-~1984) Philebaum. Allice and John W. have a daughter, Mary C. (1919- 1919 ~1991) Lane. AEL and John W. have Dorothy Louise (Wilson, 1921- 1921 2010) Brock. My mother.
Balder Breldaeg (243 - 330) relationship to you: 55th great grandfather Cynric, King of Wessex Wessex (525 - 560) Ceawlin, King ofWessex Wessex (547 - 593) Ealhmund Aella II King of Kent and Northumbria (758 - 786) Egbert Ecgberht III "The Great" Overlord of England King of Wessex (784 - 839)Aethelwulf "The Noble Wulf" King of England, Kent, Cornwall, the Saxons Wessex (806 - 858) Alfred Le Grand, The Great, Roi D, 1st King of England Wessex (849 - 901) Eadweard Edward Edmund I "The Elder" King of Wessex and England Wessex (871 - 924) Edmund I "The-Deed-Doer" "The Magnificent" King of England Wessex (921 - 946) Edgar the Peaceable, "The Peacemaker", Wessex xx=` (943 - 1016) Erthelred II the Unready England Athling (968 - 1016) AEthelred Edmund II "Ironside" AEthling King of England (968 - 1016) Marshall Brock’s family is one of kings, queensSaint Margaret - Queen Of Scotland Atheling Of Canmore (1045 - 1093) and a saint. Empress Matilda Normandy (1102 - 1167) Henry II Plantagenet King of England (1133 - 1189) Chart at left is truncated King John "Lackland" Plantagenet (1166 - 1216) to show the royal lineage. Henry III Plantagenet (1206 - 1272) King Edward I Plantagenet (1284 - 1327) Edward II England Plantagenet (1284 - 1327) Edward III Plantagenet (1312 - 1377) ELIZABETH MACOMBER (1715 - 1815) Aaron Ransopher (1807 - 1876) Margaret Ransopher (1844 - 1894) Laura Bradford (1883 - 1955) Marshall Everett Brock (1917 - 1999)
Charles I, Charlemagne (742 - 814) Thurstan Holland (1295 - 1365)Liderie V Or Lyderic V De Flanders Richard De Holland (1325 - 1402)Enguerand De Flanders (780 - 851) Thurston Holland (1359 - 1423)Odoacer deFlanders (835 - 879) Thurstan Holland (1390 - 1467)Baudouin (Baldwin) I of Flanders (835 - 879) Richard Holland (1422 - 1483)Baudouin Baldwin II The Bald (865 - 918) Richard Howland (1443 - 1501)Arnulf Arnold I The Elder, (889 - 965) John Howland (1481 - 1550)Hildegarde Countess de Flanders (934 - 990) John Howland (1511 - 1568)Arnulf I West Friesland Holland John Howland (1541 - 1612)Dirk III, Count of Holland (981 - 1039) Henry Howland (1564 - 1635)Floris I Count of HOLLAND (1030 - 1061) Henry Howland (1604 - 1671)Dirk V, Count VanHOLLAND (1052 - 1091) Samuel Howland (1646 - 1716)Holland (1072 - ) Mary Howland (1673 - 1744)Longworth Holland (1098 - 1160) William Rounseville (1705 - 1744)Vcke deLongworth Holland (1118 - ) William Rounseville (1737 - 1796)Siward Warrior Holand (1167 - 1204) Bradford Rounseville (1786 - 1825)Mathew De Holland (1167 - 1224) Aaron Ransopher (1807 - 1876)Robert III De Holland (1195 - 1242) Margaret Ransopher (1844 - 1894)Thurstan DeHolland (1220 - 1300) Laura Bradford (1883 - 1955)Robert De Holand (1253 - 1300) Marshall Everett Brock (1917 - 1999)Sir Robert de Holland (1285 - 1328) Billy Brian, Robert and Clifford Brock
William Bradford (1559 - 1591) Top Historical Thanksgiving Facts relationship to you: 9th great grandfather of husband 1.Thanksgiving Day is celebrated on the fourth Thursday in November in the USA. Governor William Bradford (1590 - 1657) 2.Thanksgiving Day is celebrated on the Son of William second Monday in October in Canada. Major William Bradford (1624 - 1703) 3.The Plymouth Pilgrims were the first to Son of Governor William celebrate the Thanksgiving. 4.They celebrated the first Thanksgiving William Bradford (1695 - 1687) Day in the fall of 1621. Son of Major William 5.The Wampanoag Indians were the people who taught the Pilgrims how to cultivate the Thomas Bradford (1722 - 1830) land. Son of William 6.The Pilgrim leader, Governor William John Bradford (1745 - 1830) Bradford, had organized the first Son of Thomas Thanksgiving feast in the year 1621 and invited the neighboring Wampanoag Indians John Bradford Jr. (1788 - 1866) Son of John Bradford also to the feast. organized the first 7.The state of New York officially made Thanksgiving Day an annual custom in William Bradford (1813 - 1874) American 1817. Son of John Thanksgiving. He 8.The annual Macys Thanksgiving Day John Thomas Bradford (1839 - 1905) is our 5th great Parade tradition began in the 1920s. Son of William grandfather. 9.Californians are the largest consumers of turkey in the USA. Laura Bradford (1883 - 1955) 10.By the fall of 1621 only half of the Daughter of John Thomas pilgrims, who had sailed on the Mayflower, survived. The survivors, thankful to be alive, Marshall Everett Brock (1917 - 1999) Son of Laura decided to hold a Thanksgiving feast. Clifford Brock (1947 - ) Son of Marshall Everett
Grandmother Laura Bradford, the only grandparent I have known personally,lived her entire life in the Blackford County area. Cousin Dixie Coleman tellsstories of a gentle woman. Gov. William Bradford’s home is pictured above
Johann "Peter" Shrout, came to the U.S. from Germany,September 30, 1754, on the ship "Neptune" from Germany.He married Anna Feuersbach. After 60 years of marriage, he murdered his wife. He helda broomstick to her neck until she suffocated July 24, 1804.He was arrested on July 28, 1804. Shrout plead guilty and was convicted of murder in the firstdegree. On Monday Sept. 10, 1804, the sentence of deathwas pressed against him and execution was set by the Sheriffof Hardy Co. on October 12, 1804, between 10 a.m. and 4p.m. Shrout was executed at Moorefield according to themethod of executing at the time, which provided the accusedshould sit upon his coffin, carried by six men to the place ofexecution, usually a tree with an appropriate limb and theprisoner was allowed to signal when he felt that he was ready.It is said that Shrout, instead of dropping the stick, threw itdefiantly into the air.
Johann Peter Shrout (1737 - 1804)Johanna Reginia Shrout (1762 - 1841)John Bradford Jr. (1788 - 1866)William Bradford (1813 - 1874)John Thomas Bradford (1839 - 1905)Laura Bradford (1883 - 1955)Marshall Everett Brock (1917 - 1999)Billy Brian, Clifford and Robert Brock
Aaron Ransopher (1807 - 1876)2nd great grandfatherMargaret Ransopher (1844 - 1894)Daughter of AaronLaura Bradford (1883 - 1955)Daughter of MargaretMarshall Everett Brock (1917 - 1999)Son of LauraClifford Brock