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melissa illig woodward (View posts)
Posted: 24 Jun 1999 6:19PM GMT
my fathers name was Robert juan Illig. He was born May 07.1924. He died July 18.1994. His parents came to the United States from Germany around the 1800's. Their names were Edward Illig Sr. and Ophelia Koehler Illig. If you are needing any information on this blood line I would be glad to ask the older relatives on my dads side that are still living.

Hans Rudolph Illig, b.1700

Bob Bohman (View posts)
Posted: 26 Feb 2000 3:56PM GMT
I am descended from Hans Rudolph Illig, b. 7/28/1700 and d. bef. 1741, and Maria Magdalena ??. Any information on them or their forebears would be helpful.

Hans Rudolff Illig

Posted: 3 May 2000 10:37AM GMT
Edited: 4 Mar 2005 9:27PM GMT
Please email me at jacksbicycle@Prodigy.net if you don't have the info yet and will give you lead.

hans illig(illick)

Posted: 26 Jun 2000 8:40AM GMT
Edited: 22 Jun 2001 9:21AM GMT
I too am descended from Hans Illig(Illick) who was also married to Maria's sister Anna before her. My email address is tsayers_69@yahoo.com Tim

Hans Illig(Illick)

Posted: 26 Jun 2000 9:20AM GMT
Edited: 22 Jun 2001 9:21AM GMT
Sorry wrong info. Met to say that Hans's daughter Anna was married to an ancestor of mine. I'm descended from them. After Anns died her sister Maria married her husband. My email address is tsayers_69@yahoo.com Tim

Re: hans illig(illick)

Posted: 5 Mar 2004 3:09PM GMT
Classification: Query
Can you give me any info on the deviation of the name Illig and how it is pronounced? Thank you, Reid Heilig

Re: hans illig(illick)

Bob Bohman (View posts)
Posted: 12 Mar 2004 3:01AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Illig
I have no idea of the derivation of the name Illig. As for pronunciation, it would (as was common in German) probably have been pronounced with a "soft G"...sounding like "Illik". Hence the probable interchangeability (in American English) with "Illick".

In my (genealogical) experience, a number of American immigrant names got "transliterated" phonetically, either by the owners, or by county clerk-types trying to communicate with a new resident speaking limited English. In my own family line, for example, the Feit family has variously showed up on records as Feit, Veit, Fite, Vite and Vide...

Re: Hans Rudolph Illig, b.1700

Posted: 15 Oct 2013 1:53AM GMT
Classification: Query
I have some information on my family member Hans Rudolph Illig.
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