Category Archives: WILKIE CLYDE CLOCK

FAMILY TREE: THE CLOCKS (1640 – Present)

–THE FAMILY TREE– —————- WHAT’S IN A NAME?   — ——————- UPPER 3 CLOCK FAMILY TREE CHARTS (Approximately 1900 – Present): Now, this is really simple. Honest. This family tree begins with my grandparents (Wilkie Clyde Clock & Margaret McCullick … Continue reading

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THE METHODISTS and THE CLOCKS (1820’s – Present)

I would say …you can not understand the Clocks without understanding Methodism. But hold on… there is also much, much more to us. We are a complex batch. There is no doubt that the earliest Klocks/Clocks that immigrated to America … Continue reading

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MY GREAT GRANDMA’s LETTERS …Margaret Ann Clock

STAMPS & LETTERS (1900-1950) Here are stamps on a few of the letters that my relatives sent back and forth between 1900-1950. When was a kid, I was a stamp collector. So stamps have always interested me, to varying degrees, … Continue reading

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PHOTO ALBUM: YOUNG WILKIE (1870’s – 1900)

Wilkie Clyde Clock was my grandfather, son of Jacob W. & Margaret A. Clock. -The upper photo is of Wilkie as a child. -The second photo is from the 1890’s when he attended KU ….”Rock, Chalk, JAYHAWK!” -The third photo … Continue reading

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WILKIE CLOCK’s EUROPE TRIP: Letter, Postcards and Recollections (1900)

My grandfather, Wilkie traveled to Europe in 1900 with a friend from Kansas University. This was nearly 15 years before World War I destroyed much of what he saw. Although Europe is still something today, it must have really been … Continue reading

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BURMA MISSION: Letter to Wilkie and Margaret …from his Mother (1907)

This letter is one of the family treasures. I believe it is the only one that still exists from the time my grandparents went on their Burma mission for the church. It is a 6 page letter from Margaret Ann … Continue reading

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THE CLOCKS OF WISCONSIN (1915-1916) and MINNESOTA (1913-14)

CHURCH PHOTO This Methodist church in Eau Galle, Wisconsin was where my grandfather (Wilkie) was minister in the 1910’s. This photo and the next one below were taken around 2000, by Greg Clock, his grandson. PARSONAGE PHOTO: Greg Clock, at … Continue reading

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