The Nibeck Family Home PageUpdated September 5, 2000
122 North Monroe
The Nibeck family (aka Neibeck) is a small family line originating in Rudolstadt, Germany and settling in Buchanan County, Iowa, in the mid-1800s. The family name was originally spelled "Neubeck", but it has always ben pronounced "Ny-Beck". Eight generations of the Henry (Heinrich) Nibeck family are known. Other lines which have been tracked are Abby, Blanchard, Bugbee, Bush, Crocker, Goss, Halstead, Hopkins, Menzel, Russell, Sherwood, Scoville and Yale. Data being compiled for this web site includes work by Frank Porter Sherwood (1879-1941), Donald Gilbert Nibeck (1902-1977) and James I. Nibeck (b.1937).
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GEDCOM Trees(viewing trees requires 4.0 or later)
- The James I. Nibeck Family Tree (184 KB)
This tree is built from the perspective of Jim Nibeck and his wife, Sue. It includes their ancestry, their descnedants and identified descendants of their ancestors.
- Nibecks of Buchanan County (54 KB)
The Nibecks of Buchanan County are three siblings who immigrated to Buchanan County, Iowa, between 1865 and 1868, and their descendants. In Germany, their last name was spelled Neubeck, but pronounced "Ny-beck". In America, the two brothers spelled their family name Neubeck, Neibeck or Nibeck at various times and on different documents.