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I have links for living members of the Geleick family in the Netherlands and Germany traced back to the 1700's in Oost Pruisen (East Prussia).
I know of some emigrants to the USA and Australia but have not traced them yet. I also know the the spelling is very variable, some registration documents show 2 spellings as the official was not sure how to spell the name, and some definitely linked people are know to have different names recorded in different records.
Other connected names are Gerleick, Gleick, and Geleik, but I am open to other names being proved connected.
North America Local and County Histories to Go Online
15 August 2007
Three genealogical libraries pool their collections in massive digitization effort
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH—Thousands of published family histories, city and county histories, historic city directories, and related records are coming to the Internet. The Allen County Public Library (ACPL) in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Brigham Young University Harold B. Lee Library, and FamilySearch's Family History Library in Salt Lake City announced the joint project today. When complete, it will be the most comprehensive collection of city and county histories on the Web—and access will be free at www.familyhistoryarchive.byu.edu.
There is currently an online petition to get UK BMD Index's onlind and free. The link to the petition is http://petitions.pm.gov.uk/LocalBMDIndexing/
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