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June 1, 2016

From Van Valkenburg to Vollick - The Story of the Loyalist Storm Follick

Storm Follick aka Vollick, son of Isaac Van Valkenburg aka Vollick, left New York during the American Revolution. Eventually the family arrived in the wilderness of Upper Canada in 1782 as impoverished Loyalists. They settled in the Niagara area with other disbanded soldiers from Butler's Rangers. There Storm met and married Ester.

With their children Storm and Ester carved a life in this new land. Descendants will find documents, photographs, newspaper clippings and information about Storm, his wife Ester, and their children and grandchildren in this 108 page Family history book.

From Van Valkenburg to Vollick: V. 3: The Loyalist Storm Follick and his Follick and Vollick descendants in North America by Lorine McGinnis Schulze

Available on CreateSpace and soon available on

 8.5" x 11" (21.59 x 27.94 cm)
Full Color on White paper
108 pages

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