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Grotaers, Victor Australia Ackermans, Ray Australia
Schunck, Jürgen Rheingau
Püttmann, Vera Bergheim
Berggreen, Johnny
 København, Danmark (Marx Schunck)
Schunck, Arthur T. La Crescenta (CAL)
Schunck, Johanna Australia
Willemse, Rik, a researcher on
 WW2 GI inscriptions in lime caves
 (Maastricht, Holland)
Schunck, Renan Fassarella Vitória, ES, Brazil
Schunck, Werner, (Hunsrück, Deutschland)
Schunck, F. origine Weiterswiller, F
Nicolaus, Monika Hessen.
 Subject: Sibilla SCHUNCK
Kroppenberg, Hermann
 Bergisch Gladbach-Bensberg, D
Dohmen, Jo Roermond, NL
Shunk Spencer, Sharon USA
Matzerath, Heinz D
Buchholz, Andreas, D
Schunck, Peter, Venlo
Schunck, Christian, Brussels, B
Schunck, Dr. Ferdinand Bochum, D
Schunck, Sebastiaõ, Brazil
Schunck, Andréa Brazil
Schunck, Rudolf, Budapest, H
Dykstra, Lynda Cal., USA
Franck, Leo Heerlen
[Shunk] Maurer, Sara Brussels, B

Date :    Saturday 4 October 18:36
From : Sara Shunk
Email: whoever wants to send an e-mail to Sara, can send it to me, then I´ll forward it
To:    Arnold Schunck

born: June 20, 1978 in Sault Ste. Marie, Chippewa County, Michigan, USA

marriage: Ryan Joseph Maurer, born August 14, 1978 in Bad Axe, Huron County, Michigan, USA. Sara and Ryan married October 26, 2002 in Sault Ste. Marie, Chippewa County, Michigan, USA

Dear Arnold, are you still interested in developing the Schunck/Shunk family tree? I can give you information on the Shunks who live in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan (and there are a lot of them). Please let me know if you are interested. Contact me at sshunk@albion.edu. I prefer correspondence in English, but I speak French as well.

Sincerely,
Sara (Shunk) Maurer


Hi Sara, sure I'm interested! But I have to admit that I've got not too much time to update this site. There seem to be a lot of Shunks in the US, and I understand that their ancestors often wrote their names Schunck. What I'm interested in is to find out if there is any kind of relationship whatsoever between all these people, as my father said. He knew much more than I, but he died before I started to study these things.
Do you have any information on your ancestors before they left Europe? Sometimes people can tell the name of the ship they came with, but mostly they don't know where they came from before. But that's what makes it interesting when you want to know about the links between the old and the new world. But even if you don't have information of this kind: your information can be useful for others, so let me know!
You wrote you speak French as well. The name of the place where you've beeb born sounds French. Does that mean that it's been a French place?

Sincerely,
Arnold Schunck