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The Hendrick Family Tree Genealogy

Hendrick Family Ancestor
Great Grandmother
Elizabeth Ann Hendrick (1854-1941)
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Mother
Grandfather
Virgil Scott Miller (1888-1956)
Great Grandmother
Elizabeth Ann Hendrick (1854-1941)
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Hendrick Family Ancestors and Genealogy

Great Grandmother
Elizabeth Ann Hendrick (1854-1941
Elizabeth Ann Hendrick was born in Kentucky on November 28, 1854.1married Lewis Miller (1845-1918) in Cloverport, Kentucky in 1872 2. Elizabeth died at the age of 87 in Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas.3  Elizabeth and Lewis had 11 children, Hester Ann, Alfred Luther, Chlora T., Edward Lewis, Warfield Hendrick, Eliza Mildred, Michael, Virgil Scott, Raymond Lewis, Ruth Haynes, and Pearl Towsy. Elizabeth’s father was Luther Calvin Hendrick.
2nd Great Grandfather
Luther Calvin Hendrick (1828-1908)
Luther Calvin Hendrick (1828-1908) was born on July 8, 1826, in New Bethel, Breckinridge County, Kentucky.4 Luther registered for the Civil War Draft on July 1, 1863, but it is not known if he fought in the war.5  He married Mary Ellen Miller (1829-1867) in Breckinridge County, Kentucky in 1850.  Mary died in1867 and two years later, Luther married his second wife, Luceta Seaton (1834-1919). Luther died at the age 82 in 1908 in New Bethel, Breckinridge, Kentucky.  Luther’s father was Calvin Hendrick.
3rd Great Grandfather
Calvin Hendrick (1801-1884)
Calvin Hendrick (1801-1884) was born December 26, 1801, in Campbell, Virginia. Calvin made the journey with his parents, at the age of one, through the Cumberland Gap to their new home in Kentucky in about 1802. Calvin married Nancy Hendrick Miller (1803-1881) in Breckinridge County, Kentucky in 1825.  They had ten children, Robert, Luther Calvin, America Miller, Christopher, Zeno, Elmena, Celistine, William, James, and Thomas. Calvin passed away on April 1, 1884.6 Calvin’s father was Robert Hendrick.
4th Great Grandfather
Robert Hendrick (1780-1818)
Robert Hendrick (1780-1818) was born in Virginia and when he was 18 years old he married Lucy Moorman (1783-1810) in Campbell County,Virginia on January 26, 1798 7.  In  1802 Robert and Lucy set out for the state of Kentucky with their two children, Judith, age two, and Calvin, just one. They had five more children on the farm in Breckinridge County, Kentucky. Their neighbors were the Miller family.  Their oldest girl, Judith, married Barney Miller, one of Christley Miller’s sons, a fourth great uncle in my Miller line. And, of course, Calvin married a Miller too. Robert died in 1818.8 Robert’s father was Bernard Hendrick.
5th Great Grandfather
Bernard Hendrick 9 (c1745-1781)
Bernard Hendrick 9 (c1745-1781) married Prudence Goode10 (1742-1796) in Amelia County, Virginia in 1774. Bernard died at only 34 years old.  His will names his wife Prudence and three sons and one in the belly of Prudence, named 'Bernard Goode’. Bernard also left behind considerable wealth and divided it equally between his four sons, Robert, Garland, Calvin, and Bernard Goode.  Bernard was a slave holder and owned a “considerable” amount of livestock and worked at least 500 acres of land.11  Bernard’s father was Benjamin Hendrick.
6th Great Grandfather
Benjamin Hendrick (c1725?-1777)
Benjamin Hendrick (c1725?-1777) married Leah Ann Hurt (1725-1783) in Amelia County, Virginia in 1750. We know that Benjamin had at least 6 sons, Zachariah, Benjamin Jr., Obediah, James, John, and Bernard. Records show that Benjamin moved to Amelia County during the middle of his life, according to the record of a debt owed and his acknowledgment.11  Private Benjamin fought in the Revolutionary War in Virginia for the Continental Troops. 12 Benjamin’s father was Hans Hendrick.
7th Great Grandfather
Hance (Hans) Hendrick (1703-1773)
Hans Hendrick (1675-1735) is listed in the New Jersey Census of 1683, as living in Jersey City, Bergen County, New Jersey.14  He is listed as arriving in Virginia with his wife, Jane, in 1701.15  He married  Janitje Jane Van Meter14 (1680-1742) in Middlesex, Middlesex County, New Jersey. Hendricks was a British subject by 1699, as he bought land in the Colony.16  Hance acquired several patents of land on the Pamunkey Neck, which is that narrow strip of land between the Mattaponi and Pamunkey Rivers in eastern Virginia.
Hans Hendrick
Hendrick Immigrant
(1675-1735)
7th Great Grandfather
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Hendrick Surname
"The name Henricks, or variations thereof, was mainly found in western Germany and in Holland and Flemish Belgium.  It comes from the northern Dutch regions, including Amsterdam. The Hendrix name is particulary strong in Antwerp”.  Select Surnames
Hardinsburg, Kentucky Hendrick Graveyard
Calvin Hendrick
(1801-1884)
3rd Great Grandfather
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Nancy Miller
(1803-1881)
3rd Great Grandmother
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Nancy Miller’s gravesite lies next to her husband, Calvin Hendrick in the family graveyard near the old family farm near Hardinsburg, Kentucky.
Celestine Hendrick
1843-1879
3rd Great Aunt
Celestine Hendrick was born in 1843, in Breckinridge County, Kentucky. The daughter of Calvin Hendrick and Nancy Miller. She died of consumption in December, 1879. She is buried on the property of the old family farm next to her father, Calvin, and mother, Nancy.
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Thomas C. Hendrick
(1851-1890)
2nd Great Uncle
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Thomas C. Hendrick was the son of Luther Hendrick and Mary Ellen Miller. His gravesite is next to his grandfather,
Hance acquired several patents of land on the Pamunkey Neck, which is that narrow strip of land between the Mattaponi and Pamunkey Rivers in eastern Virginia.
Reference Publications used for this research:
a. The Pamunkey Hendrick Chronicles 1690-1800; Version 5.0, December 2012, by Robert W. Baird.  b. Pamunkey Neck : Virginia Historical Magazine; The Birth of a Virginia County, by Elizabeth Hawes Ryland.
References:  1) 1860 U.S. Federal Census.  2) Kentucky County Marriages, 1783-1965.  3) Kansas, Find-A-Grave Index, 1854-2012.  4) 1850 U.S. Federal Census.  5) U.S. Civil War Draft Registration Records, 1863-65.  6) U.S. Find-A-Grave Index.  7) Virginia, Compiled Marriages, 1660-1800. 8) Kentucky, Wills and Probate Records,1774-1989.  9) Virginia Public Claims, Amelia County, page 70-71.  10) Amelia County, Virginia, Will Book 3:282.  11) The Pamunky Hendrick Family: A narrative genealogy of the family and descendants of Hance Hendrick of Pamunkey Neck; Version 3.0, December 2012, by Robert W. Baird. 12) U.S. Revolutionary War Rolls, 1775-1783. 13)  U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900.  14) New Jersey, Compiled Census; 1683.  15) U.S. and Canada, Passenger and Immigration List Index, 1500s-1900s. 16) Virginia Patents 9:362

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