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Schlensker Family

Posted: 19 May 1999 7:59AM GMT
Edited: 7 Apr 2005 9:02PM GMT
I am researching Schlensker Family that came to America in 1860 from Hille, Germany (in old Prussia) My Great Grandfather Carl Henrik (Henry) Schlensker came to America c. 1860 looking for ship he sailed on and possible fellow friends or relatives he came with. He settled in Perry County, Indiana and remained there until death in 1940

Schlensker

Posted: 8 Sep 1999 6:15PM GMT
Edited: 23 Jun 2001 12:41PM GMT
Vicky: I am also researching a Schlensker family. I know of a Fred Schlensker and brother Henry. Fred married Eliza Leifheit probably in NY. Henry was found in 1860 in Rock Co., WI. I think Fred and his brother could have come from Prussia about 1850. Do you have any more information?

Schlensker

Paula Jan Schlensker (View posts)
Posted: 9 Sep 1999 5:10PM GMT
I also would like more information about the Schlenskers
please notify me with any information you may have. Thank
you

Schlensker Family

Stacey McHugh (View posts)
Posted: 12 Nov 1999 12:04PM GMT
It is so odd that the names are the same but just different dates. My grandfather is Fredrick Wilhelm Heinrich Schlensker and he had a brother named Henry. Both are dead now. But my grandfather's brother lived in Florida and was the artist for the cartoon Buz Sawyer. My Mom's maiden name is Schlensker. If I can be of any help please let me know.

Schlensker In-laws

Posted: 4 Jan 2000 10:27PM GMT
Edited: 1 Sep 2002 3:15AM GMT
My husband's grandfather was Carl Fredrick Schlensker. He had a brother,Henry, and a sister,Alice all of whom are buried in Elmwood cemetery in Rantoul, IL. I have been researching this family and was my father-in-law was found by the granddaughter of another sister of C.Frederick. There were quite a few children. I wondered if my husband was related to the Carl who lived in Ohio. Haven't gotten that far in my research yet.
Posted: 4 Jan 2000 10:39PM GMT
Edited: 1 Sep 2002 3:15AM GMT
Karen, Fred and Eliza were my husband's grandparents. I have more information is this is the side of the family you are looking for.
Posted: 4 Jan 2000 10:40PM GMT
Edited: 1 Sep 2002 3:15AM GMT
Karen, Fred and Eliza were my husband's grandparents. I have more information is this is the side of the family you are looking for.

Fred Schlensker

Posted: 5 Jan 2000 5:20PM GMT
Edited: 23 Jun 2001 12:41PM GMT
Gloria: I am doing a little research for my dear friend. Yes, this is the exact Schlensker line I am trying to get information on! Would appreciate any assistance and information you can provide.

Karen

Schlenskers

Posted: 5 Jan 2000 8:36PM GMT
Edited: 1 Sep 2002 3:15AM GMT
Karen, I am curious. Are you from FL?
Please e-mail me at Gram519@aol.com. And I think I goofed. My husband's great-grandfather and great-grandmother were Fred and Eliza. His grandfather was William A.
Schlensker. Since I married into the family the names aren't real familiar to me, but I am getting there. I do know some of the family lived in Ohio. My father-in-law
remembers going there to visit relatives. I haven't had a chance to sit him down to talk to him about the different lines and how they got to America and when. I really love doing this.

Schlensker Family

Posted: 20 Feb 2000 1:07PM GMT
Edited: 7 Apr 2005 9:02PM GMT
I found you at Ancestry.com and I come from a Schlensker Family. That was my maiden name. My Schlensker family settled in Southern Indiana about 1860 . My Great Grandfather is also a Henry, born Carl Heinrich Schlensker. I traced the family back to a little village called Hille, Westfalen, Prussia, Germany. It is rare that I find many Schlensker's what do you know of your family?
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