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Children of Adam Sheek, Jr. and Charlotte Goodnight Daugherty Silas A. Sheek (1854-1939)

Update 3/30/09, thanks to Charla Perry: Adam and Jemima moved from Tennessee to Texas about 1836. Lucinda and Martha were born there. John Wesley moved to Montezuma Co. Colorado in the 1890s.

Children of Daniel A. Sheek and Jane Williams George Thomas Sheek (1839-?) m. Harriet Henry Isaac Daniel Sheek (1842-?) m. ? Henry (sister to Harriet Henry)

Children of Daniel A. Sheek and Annfield Berryman Jilson Asbury Sheek (1847-1933) m. Marguerite Henrietta Hauser (1854-1941) Jacob Tillet Sheek (1850-1883) m. Mary Jane Hall (1848-1919), d/o John Hall and Woven Apron Neck Tank Top Lush Online Cheapest E7oB1vehZe
Sarah (Sallie) E. Sheek (1852-1945) m. John Henry Hauser (1850-1936) Eliza Sheek (ca. 1857-?) maybe died young, not in 1870 census

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Children of John Bryant Sheek and Sarah Kinnick Jacob A. Sheek (1840-1916) m. Martha Church Sarah S. Sheek (1843-1902) m. William Daily Brunnermer Mary Elizabeth Sheek (1849 -?) m. John Peggs Penelope Catherine Sheek (1851-1903) m. John Richard Copeland George Leven Sheek (1854-1909) m. Sarah Jane Wilson John T. Sheek (1857-1963) William H. Sheek (1859-1949) Martha Isabelle Sheek (1861-1952) m. John W. Redmond

Children of Richmond George Sheek and Sarah Emeline Riddle Leven Alexander Sheek (1847-1936) m. Ellen Celia Allen (1848-1922) Elizabeth Susan Sheek (1849-1935) m. Stephen Augustus Douthit (1849-1886) John Gilphen Sheek (1851-1929) m. 1) Rhoda Hartman (1851-1892), 2) Lela Emma Ward (1868-1927) Mary Francis Sheek (1855-1936) m. Joel M. Beauchamp (1852-1912) Albert Rights Sheek (1858-1906) m. Mary (Mollie) Ward (1858-1928) Martha Janet Sheek (1861-1928) m. Columbus L. (Lum) Bowden (1860-1936) Sallie Bell Sheek (1867-1916) m. Discount Best Place DODO BAR OR Miranda Dress Low Shipping Fee For Sale With Credit Card Sale Online 3ulsTacx
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Children of Leven W. Sheek and Mary Bowden Emily J. Sheek (1856-1856)

Children of Leven W. Sheek and Mary Henry Margaret Sheek m. Watt Bowden Floyd Sheek m. Nellie Speas Newton Sheek m. Lucy ? Frank Sheek

Children of Susanna Sheek and Henry Mock William Mock (c. 1846-?) Margaret Mock (1848-1938) m. James Henry Coley (1841-1912)

The 1850 Davie Co. census says both William and Margaret were born in Virginia.

Children of Susanna Sheek and Lemuel B. Cook Mary (Ann ?) Cook (abt. 1850 - ?) m. Wiley Ward (moved to Marshalltown, Iowa) Emma J. Cook (1856-1883) m. John L. Ward Elizabeth Cook m. Marian Markland (moved to Marshalltown, Iowa) George L. Cook (1860-1934) m. 1) Minerva Ellen Smith (1864-1894), 2) Pearl E. Foster (1879-1976) Henry Lemuel Cook m. Harriet Jarrett Daniel Jackson Cook (1862-1944) m. Sarah Sparks (1864- 1920)

Child of Daniel Sain Sheek and Nancy Beauchamp Albert A. Sheek (ca. 1844-?) m. Cornelia Gillam

Children of Daniel Sain Sheek and Martha (Patsy) Williams George W. Sheek (1860-1908) m. Frances Camilla Kimbrough (1862-1943) Buley Bettie Sheek (1861-1862) John Wiley Sheek (1863-1949) m. 1) Mary Lewis Kimbrough (186?-1888, 2) Mattie Maud Hendrix (1869-1951) Charlie Franklin Sheek (1865-1926) m. Martha (Mattie) Furchess (1874-1946 in VA) James L. Sheek (1866) m. Julia Rena Kimbrough (1871-1947) Milton Daniel Sheek (1870-1899) m. Nola Foster

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The Roots of Reform The Hochschule für die Wissenschaft des Judentums was established in 1872 as an institution of higher learning in Berlin. Although it wasn’t affiliated with any specific Jewish denomination, many of its alumni and early faculty members (Abraham Geiger, Leo Baeck, Ismar Elbogen) were associated with the Reform movement, which gained major ground in the US because of progressive European rabbis, including Max Lilienthal and David Einhorn, who were considered too radical to find positions in Germany left for the U.S.

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Scholars This section presents Jewish scholars in a variety of disciplines and eras whose work was influenced by the ideas of Wissenschaft and includes prominent Jewish intellectuals, including Leopold Zunz, Nahman Krochmal, Hermann Cohen, Leo Baeck, Martin Buber, Hannah Arendt, and many others.

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Orthodoxy—Dissent and Accommodation Although many more tradition-oriented Jewish leaders rejected the entire premise of the Wissenschaft because, in their view, it undermined the sacred nature of Jewish scripture and alienated Jews from their religion, others found room for some of its precepts. In particular, openness toward secular education and the introduction of vernacular (German) sermons were hallmarks of the Modern Orthodox movement which had roots in the Wissenschaft. Esriel Hildesheimer established a rabbinical seminary in Berlin in 1873, where modern Orthodox Jews received an education until the Seminary was closed in 1938 by the Nazis.

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Civil Rights The quest for equal civil rights permeated the lives of Jews throughout the 19 th century, From Gabriel Riesser, an attorney and politician, to Ferdinand Lassalle, a labor movement leader, advocates for civil rights took inspiration from the Wissenschaft in unexpected ways.

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Education This section looks at how the Haskalah’s principle that Jews could benefit from secular education but remain Jews was refined and implemented through the Wissenschaft . It especially focuses on how the demand for equal education opportunities for women spurred various feminist movements. From Henriette Goldschmidt’s General German Women’s Association, founded 1865 in Leipzig, to the Jüdischer Frauenbund (Jewish Women’s League) in the 20 th century arose from a demand for education for women.

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The exhibit closes with a graphical map of the hundreds of academic Jewish Studies programs around the world, all of which can trace their lineage back to those scholars in 19 th- century Germany who believed that a deeper critical understanding of Judaism would lead to a better world for Jews.

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