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Personal Information and photo links below :
The above trees based (in part) upon :
 the birth certificate of Marina Tack is available,
 a marriage certificate for Constatinus Tack and Rosalie De Loof, and
 communications of Chris de Veth of Belgium provide alternative trees
which are consistent with the birth certificate in 
See email # 1
- Constantinus Tack, had 10 children, of whom 5 came to
USA: Jules, Celina,
Marie Marina, Maurice, and Remy.
The birth certificate of Marina Tack names her father as
"Constantinus Tack", and "Henricus" is named (by Chris de Veth in 2001) as a brother of Constantinus
- Rosalie De Loof , no data, but these grandparents were probably born 1860-1875 in Belgium.
The birth certificate of Marina Tack names her mother as
Rosalie De Loof : the name "Mathilde" was placed on an old family photo by
George De Vos, and may be an error. If so, this grandmother is Rosalie (De Loof) Tack
- Elvina (Elevina), married a Mr. Lammens, with children André,
Roger, Simone, and Aime.
- Celina, married Joseph X., having at least 2 daughters, Cecile and Mary
- No data on Jules, Remy, Irma, René, Maurice, or Herman
- Marie Marina Tack was born 8 October 1885, earlier had the child Georgina with a German named George Stegun, who went to Brazil to avoid military
service and sent money to Marina to join him. Marina used the money instead to come to America, where she met and
married Medard (Joe) De Vos.
- Maurice, (data from Michigan death certificate File No. 1848) born 5 May 1891.
Married Elisa Haezebrouck in Belgium.
Emigrated to America on 20 January 1920 with Elisa, had
one child Marvin, managed a building at 2621 Lochmoor Place
in Detroit, mother listed as "Rosalia DeLoof", died of congestive heart failure 7 Dec 1975
in Saginaw, buried in Detroit (Mt. Olivet)
- Irma Tack, married a Mr. Heyndrickx, bearing sons Josef,
and Maurice, and daughters Simone and Maria:
all this information on Irma somewhat uncertain until George De Vos edits it