The Brent Haden PICK/Barbara FRANKENBERY Pick Home Page

Updated July 26, 2005


(Last updated 01/26/2003)
Greetings from Colorado, USA!

Thanks to research done over many years by Kenneth T. Frankenbery, Jack and Shirley Hodges, and Dola V. Larrick, Sr., we have comprehensive information about Brent's LARRICK line and Barbara's FRANKENBERY and KELLEY lines.

A branch of the Pick family migrated from Yorkshire, England in the 1700's to Kings County, Nova Scotia during the "Yorkshire Migration" of that time period. Many stayed in Canada, working their farms and raising sometimes VERY large families. One of the great-great-great grandsons, (Brent's grandfather) Charles Haden PICK finally ended up in Colorado in the 1920's.

The FRANKENBERY line originated in Saxony, Germany when two brothers from this family came to settle around the Pennsylvania area before the Revolutionary War.

The KELLEY line originated in County Armagh, Ireland. John Kelley came to America in 1719 and eventually settled in the Pennsylvania area.

We are most interested in obtaining further information for the following surnames: PICK, FRANKENBER(R)Y, COLDWELL, CLARY, TURNEY, BALSINGER, HASTINGS and MARR.

We have information on the following surnames: FRANKENBERY, FRANKENBERRY, FRANKENBERGER (primarily from the Pennsylvania area), KELLEY (also from the Pennsylvania area) and LARRICK (from the Kansas/Ohio area).

We'd be happy to share any information we have, and would appreciate any further info that you might be able to provide! Please click on the links to any of the reports below for information about our ancestors.

See also: http://home.netcom.com/~bhpick/

Brent & Barb
Brighton, Colorado

Brent & Barbara PICK
bhpick@ix.netcom.com

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