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Welcome to the website of the Sack Family in the United States. This site is dedicated to honoring our past, reconnecting in the present and planning for the future. Our family emblem – shown in the banner – is the dove of Noah, perched on a sawed off branch of an olive tree.

Members of the family came to the United States from the German states in the early to mid 19th century. Political and economic conditions in their native country plus the lure of land in the New World created a climate conducive to the immigration of intellectual, educated individuals, and the Sack Family was no exception. The family immigrants brought with them a culture of social consciousness, love of learning and a system for ensuring the welfare of family members. Currently, the family members in the United States have discovered a renewed interest in connecting with one another and connecting with family members across the world.

All visitors can learn more about the family by visiting the About Us section. A few of the things you can see here are stories about historic family members and places, information about the Family Foundation, an Ancestor Gallery, Family Exhibits and more. Visit this section of the site to learn about “These Are the Generations, 2nd Edition,” a two volume biography of the von Roeder Family and its role in Texas history.

Philipp Wilhelm Sack (1734-1813). Check out his story in the ancestor gallery.

Philipp Wilhelm Sack (1734-1813). Check out his story in the ancestor gallery.

Do you think you may be a family member? You can check to see if your surname is in our data base. And if you find your surname, you can request a Descendant Check.

To get a quick look at things that have been added to the site click the What’s New Link on the left.

Other parts of the site are for family members only.If you are a family member and do not have a password or have forgotten your password, please click request new password (in the left tool bar) so you can log into the site for Events, Projects, Forums, Publications and information about living family members.