See also

Family of Jacob SHOOK and Catharine STICKEL

Husband: Jacob SHOOK (1779-1862)
Wife: Catharine STICKEL (1785-1846)
Children: Edward SHOOK (1803- )
Betsy SHOOK (1804-1863)
Katherine SHOOK (1805- )
Robert SHOOK (1809-1865)
Lucinda SHOOK (1811- )
Nelson SHOOK (1813- )
Caroline SHOOK (1815- )
Theron SHOOK (1817- )
Marriage Jun 10, 1801 Red Hook, NY

Husband: Jacob SHOOK

Name: Jacob SHOOK
Sex: Male
Father: George Adam SHOOK (1741-1806)
Mother: Christina PULTZ (1745-1835)
Birth Nov 28, 1779 Red Hook, NY
Death Apr 11, 1862 (age 82) Mt. Clemens, MI

Wife: Catharine STICKEL

Name: Catharine STICKEL
Sex: Female
Father: Johannes STICKEL (1743-1816)
Mother: Elizabeth BEAM (1746-1827)
Birth May 30, 1785 Rhinebeck, NY
Death Oct 3, 1846 (age 61) Mt. Clemens, MI

Child 1: Edward SHOOK

Name: Edward SHOOK
Sex: Male
Spouse: Catherine LYLE ( - )
Birth Mar 13, 1803 Red Hook, NY
Death

Child 2: Betsy SHOOK

Name: Betsy SHOOK
Sex: Female
Spouse: Henry TEATS (1797-1880)
Birth Nov 10, 1804 Red Hook, NY
Death Jun 16, 1863 (age 58) Mt. Clemens, MI

Child 3: Katherine SHOOK

Name: Katherine SHOOK
Sex: Female
Spouse: John I. TRAVER ( - )
Birth Dec 18, 1805 Red Hook, NY
Death

Child 4: Robert SHOOK

Name: Robert SHOOK
Sex: Male
Spouse: Sophiah DEDRICK (1813-1879)
Birth Jan 4, 1809
Death Mar 15, 1865 (age 56)

Child 5: Lucinda SHOOK

Name: Lucinda SHOOK
Sex: Female
Spouse: John I. TRAVER ( - )
Birth Jul 25, 1811 Red Hook, NY
Death

Child 6: Nelson SHOOK

Name: Nelson SHOOK
Sex: Male
Spouse: Adaline KEALER ( - )
Birth Apr 25, 1813 Red Hook, NY
Death

Child 7: Caroline SHOOK

Name: Caroline SHOOK
Sex: Female
Spouse: David SHOOK ( - )
Birth Mar 25, 1815 Dutchess county, NY
Death

Child 8: Theron SHOOK

Name: Theron SHOOK
Sex: Male
Spouse: Gertrude PHELPS ( - )
Birth Mar 29, 1817 Dutchess county, NY
Death

Note on Husband: Jacob SHOOK

Notes of Carrie L. Lartigue:

In the early 1800's, Jacob, John and Peter (3 brothers) owned 1000

acres of land at Shook's pond in Dutchess Cto., NY. There was a

blacksmith, tannery, and distillery under one management, also a

store. Whiskey and cider were sold in the store which was run by

Jacob. George had the tannery and Peter was a farmer. Jacob later

acquired a sloop, which carried on trade between the town of Hudson

and New York City. In 1821 he was Supervisor of the newly formed town

of Milan. Jacob and part of his children moved to Michigan about

1840, settling at Harrison Twp., now Mt. Clemens.