Sub-series 38 - Heinrich/Henry Derick

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Heinrich/Henry Derick

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CA ETRC P058-002-38

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  • 1817 [reproduction] (Creation)

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1 textual record

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(1784-1876)

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Heinrich (a.k.a. Henry or Hank) Derick was born 19 June 1784 in Brunswick Center, New York to William/Wilhelm Derick and Margaretha van der Werken. He immigrated to Christie’s Manor (Noyan Township) in Canada with his parents in the 1790s. Henry married Mary Ann Young/Jung on 12 October 1806. Together they had eleven children: Barbara (1807-1850), Deborah (1809-1814), Mary (b. 1810?), Louisa (1811-1814), George (1813-1814), Sarah (1814-1885), Delia (1817-1887), David Frederick (b. 1819), Philip (b. 1821), Melissa (b. 1824), and Ira (b. 1827). Henry died on 10 May 1876.

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The sub-series contains primary source information on the property of Heinrich (a.k.a. Henry) Derick in Caldwell's Manor from 1817. It consists of a reproduction of a land transaction between Henry Derick and Napier Christie Burton.

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