Kenneth Stuart Paulsen Ahnentafel / Anetavle / Ancestor Table
Kenneth Stuart Paulsen Ahnentafel / Anetavle / Ancestor Table
Seventh Generation
64. Poul Iversen Kirkegaard

Birth22 Oct 1769, Villerslev, Hassing herred, Dueholm Ørum og Vestervig amt, Denmark8
Death22 Jan 1853, Fredsø, Lødderup, Morsø Sønder herred, Thisted amt, Denmark29
Burial30 Jan 1853, Lødderup, Morsø Sønder herred, Thisted amt, Denmark29
FatherIver Christensen (abt Feb 1735-4 Jun 1806)
MotherZidsel Jensdatter (20 May 1729-23 Jul 1800)
Although known as Kirkegaard in Villerslev, Poul Iversen was known as Poul Kirk in Fredsø. Poul Iversen bought a farm in Bjørndrup, Tødsø parish on Morsø and in Fredsø, Lødderup parish on Morsø during the 1790s. The family first resided at Bjørndrup and about 1798 removed to Fredsø in the parish of Lødderup.

The Danish census of 1787 indicates that Johanne Olesdatter resided at Villerslev. She was a 21-year-old, single, farm-worker or servant girl (tjenestepige) in the household of Laust Mouritzen and his wife Else Jensdatter. Her baptismal record in the parish registers of Skallerup, Sejlstrup County (after 1792 Hjørring County) states that she was born at Sÿndelev (modern Sønderlev) village.

In 1801 according to the Danish census, Poul Iversen, his wife Karen Olesdatter, and their children Mads and Sidsel resided on the family farm at Fredsø village, Lødderup parish, Morsø Sønder district, Thisted County. The census describes him as head of household (husbonde), peasant farmer (bonde), and farm resident (gaardbeboer). Residing in the household was Anne Pedersdatter, a 16-year-old farm-worker or servant girl (tienstepige).

Poul Iversen, his wife Johanne Olesdatter and their son Peder Christian Poulsen resided on the family farm at Fredsø village, Lødderup parish, Morsø Sønder district, Thisted County according to the 1834 Danish census. Poul Iversen was a farmer. Residing in their household was Christian Salmonsen, age 14, who was described as a foster son from the poor house (plejesøn fra fattigvæsenet). Also residing in the household was 33-year old farm-worker or servant Else Christensdatter.

The 1845 Danish census recorded that Poul Iversen and Johanne Olesdatter resided on the family farm in Fredsø village, Lødderup parish, Morsø Sønder district, Thisted County. He was a farmer who was born in Villerslev parish, Thisted County. She was born in Skallerup, Hjørring County. Residing in the household was their 35-year-old farm-worker or servant Karen Christensdatter.

In 1850 Poul Iversen, his youngest son Peder Christian Poulsen, Peder’s wife Mette Christensdatter and their three children resided at Fredsø village, Lødderup parish, Morsø Sønder district, Thisted County. Poul Iversen was a widower, farmer (gårdmand) and head of household (husfader). His son Peder Poulsen was a farm administrator (bestyrer gården). Residing in the household were day-labourer Jens Poulsen, age 32 and his wife Maren Christensdatter age 46 who was a dressmaker (skrædder). They do not appear to be part of Poul Iversen’s family as neither appear in earlier census records with the family.
SpouseJohanne Olesdatter Boÿers (Dec 1765-1 Mar 1845)
Marriage5 Mar 1791, Villerslev, Hassing herred, Dueholm Ørum og Vestervig amt, Denmark8
65. Johanne Olesdatter Boÿers
BirthDec 1765, Skallerup, Vennebjerg herred, Åstrup Sejlstrup og Børglum amt, Denmark
Death1 Mar 1845, Fredsø, Lødderup, Morsø Sønder herred, Thisted amt, Denmark29
Burial12 Mar 1845, Lødderup, Morsø Sønder herred, Thisted amt, Denmark29
FatherOluf Jensen Boÿers (1694-Feb 1779)
MotherAnne Knudsdatter (1721-14 Mar 1792)
The godparents of Johanne Olesdatter Boÿers were Knud Jensen of [--tergut] in Syndelev (Sønderlev), Niels Jensen of same, Thomas Jensen of Nörum (Nørum), Margrethe Christensdatter of Syndelev, and maiden Maren Jensdatter of Norre Mölle (Nørre Mølle). Johannes Oledsatter was introduced at church on 19 January 1766.
66. Jens Nielsen
Birth1765, Horsfeldt, Bedsted, Hassing herred, Dueholm Ørum og Vestervig amt, Denmark
Death18 Mar 1827, Horsfeldt, Bedsted, Hassing herred, Thisted amt, Denmark17
Burial25 Mar 1827, Bedsted, Hassing herred, Thisted amt, Denmark17
FatherNiels Jensen Habeck (abt Aug 1722-May 1791)
MotherDorthe Salamonsdatter (1716-4 May 1788)
Jens Nielsen and his family resided at Abildgaard in Grurup parish until about 1805 according to the baptismal records of the children.
SpouseAppelone (Abelone) Michelsdatter (Dec 1771-3 Sep 1844)
Marriage20 Feb 1794, Vestervig, Refs herred, Thisted amt, Denmark30
67. Appelone (Abelone) Michelsdatter
BirthDec 1771, Ydby, Refs herred, Dueholm Ørum og Vestervig amt, Denmark
Death3 Sep 1844, Serup, Odby, Refs herred, Thisted amt, Denmark31
Burial13 Sep 1844, Odby, Refs herred, Thisted amt, Denmark31
FatherMichel Jacobsen Smed (Apr 1740-2 Feb 1796)
MotherMargrethe Andersdatter (1742-19 Feb 1824)
The godparents of Appellone Michelsdatter were Boÿe Pedersen [of Ydby], Jens Andersen, Pouel Christensen [of either Flarup bye or Skibstedgaard, Ydby]. (opslag 202)

She appears not to have been part of her parents household in 1787. The marriage record in the Vestervig parish register states that she resided at Oxenboll (Oksenbol) farm. Wedding banns were read on 24 January 1794. The banns and marriage record state that Michel Jacobsen of Ydby was present.

The 1834 Danish census states that Abelone Michelsdatter, her husband Poul Jensen Refs, her daughter Magrethe Jensdatter and his daughter Nicoline Refs resided at Serup village, Odby parish, Refs district, Thisted County. Poul Jensen Refs was retired (Aftægtsmand).

The 1840 Danish census states that Abelone Michelsdatter resided at Serup village, Odby parish, Refs district, Thisted County. She was a 69-year-old widow (Enke, aftægtskone). Peder Christian Jensen, his wife Magrethe Jensdatter (Abelone's daughter) and their daughter Else Pedersen resided with Abelone Michelsdatter.
68. Laurs (Laurits) Andersen Fægge Klit
Birthabt Feb 1752, Skinnerup, Hundborg herred, Dueholm Ørum og Vestervig amt, Denmark
Death17 Apr 1825, Sejerslev, Morsø Nørre herred, Thisted amt, Denmark18
Burial24 Apr 1825, Sejerslev, Morsø Nørre herred, Thisted amt, Denmark18
FatherAnders Christensen Smed / Boersen (abt Oct 1723-Sep 1794)
MotherJohanne Andersdatter (abt Nov 1717-Oct 1776)
Baptismal: Carried by Mourids Nielsen's wife. Godparents: Povel Ville's wife, Anders Kock, Anders Türq, Thomas Kiær (opslag 158)

Lars Andersen and Maren Christensdatter Koll announced their wedding bans on 29 December 1786 in Sejerslev. The parish register contains an extensive note regarding the marriage. The date for the wedding at the end of the note indicates 1 February 1787.

In 1787 the Danish census recorded that Laurs Andersen ang his wife Maren Christensdatter resided at Fæggeklit, Sejerslev, Dueholm County. Laurs Andersen was a farmer. His wife had three young children from her previous marriage who resided in the household. Three adult and two child servants resided in the household: Knud Nelsen, age 29; Christen Jørgensen, age 26 and unhealthy; Kirsten Laursdatter, age 30; Joen Nelsen, age 12; and Christen Christensen, age 9.

Laurits Andersen and his wife Maren Christensdatter resided with their six children at Fæge Klit (current day Fegge Klit), Sejerslev, Thisted County according to the 1801 Danish census. Bonde og gårdbeboer. There were three servants in the household: Christopher Sørensen (age 36), Poul Lauritsen (age 22), and Birthe Jensdatter (age 29).

The parish records state that Lars Andersen was 73 when he died in 1825. The parish register states that he resided at Fæge klit. In 1827 when Maren Christensdatter Kold died, the parish register stated that she was 71 and resided at Fæge Klit.

(birth: Skinnerup, opslag 158)
SpouseMaren Christensdatter Kold (abt Oct 1756-13 Feb 1827)
Marriage1 Feb 1787, Sejerslev, Morsø Nørre herred, Dueholm Ørum og Vestervig amt, Denmark18
69. Maren Christensdatter Kold
Birthabt Oct 1756, Skræm, Øster Han herred, Åstrup Sejlstrup og Børglum amt, Denmark
Death13 Feb 1827, Sejerslev, Morsø Nørre herred, Thisted amt, Denmark18
Burial23 Feb 1827, Sejerslev, Morsø Nørre herred, Thisted amt, Denmark18
FatherChristen Andersen Kold (1720-Jun 1771)
MotherAne Albertsdatter (1732-abt Mar 1796)
Note: The birth of Maren Christendatter in Skræm appears to have been incorrectly recorded as Kirsten. Given Danish naming practices, it is very unlikely that Christen Andersen Kold / Vust and his wife Ane Albertsdatter would have used Kirsten rather Maren as the their daughter's name. The mothers of both Christen Andersen Kold and Ane Albertsdatter were named Maren.

The baptismal records of her children Kirsten Marie and Christen state that two of the godparents were her sisters Johanne Christensdatter and Karen Pedersdatter.
70. Niels Jacobsen
Birthabt Sep 1758, Nors, Hillerslev herred, Dueholm Ørum og Vestervig amt, Denmark
Death18 Jul 1829, Tved, Hillerslev herred, Thisted amt, Denmark5
Burial26 Jul 1829, Tved, Hillerslev herred, Thisted amt, Denmark5
The parish registers of Nors and Tved are combined from 1675 to 1761. The register for 1735-1761 indicates that the Nors records were in the front portion. The baptismal record for Niels Jacobsen was found on folio 47 (digitized p. 92) in the Nors section of the registers. Tved started after folio 60.

In the 1787 Danish census, Niels Jacobsen and his wife Dorethe Christensdatter resided at Nørby village, Tved parish, Hillerslev District, Orum County. He was a small landowner (husmand) and national soldier (national soldat).

Fourteen years later in the 1801 Danish census, he and his family resided at Nørby village, Tved parish, Hillerslev District, Thisted County. Niels was a small landowner (husmand med jord) and a 'timberman' (tømmermand).

On 22 July 1802 the Tved parish register recorded the intention on Niels Jacobsen and Helene Andersdatter to marry. They subsequently married at Tved on 14 August 1802.

(p. 92 Tved / Nors 1758)
SpouseHelene Andersdatter (Jan 1769-24 Dec 1847)
Marriage14 Aug 1802, Tved, Hillerslev herred, Thisted amt, Denmark5
71. Helene Andersdatter
BirthJan 1769, Hjardemål, Hillerslev herred, Dueholm Ørum og Vestervig amt, Denmark
Death24 Dec 1847, Tved, Hillerslev herred, Thisted amt, Denmark5
Burial2 Jan 1848, Tved, Hillerslev herred, Thisted amt, Denmark32
FatherAnders Christensen Esdahl (abt 1743-Aug 1793)
MotherKaren Poulsdatter (abt 1738-)
The baptismal record of Helle Andersdatter is vague. The baptismal prior to hers was done on the first Sunday after Epiphany (Dom. 1ma p. Epiph) 1769. Her baptismal was "II søndag" which may mean the 2nd Sunday after Epiphany in which case the date would have been the 15 January 1769. The next baptismal was 22 February 1769. The following people were godparents: Margrethe Larsdatter, Søren [Ro--- ] wife, Christen Andersen, Christen [Pedersen] and Jens Michelsen of Klitten.

An Helle Andersdatter is found in the 1801 Danish census. She resided at Nørby village, Tved parish, Hillerslev district, Thisted County in the household Malene Pedersdatter, a widow. The census states that Helle Andersdatter was pregnant; her marital status was not recorded. She also had a five year-old daughter Maren Jespersdatter.

In 1834 according to the Danish census, Helene Andersdatter was a widow and farm copyholder living off her land share (husfæster af sin jordlod). She resided at Norby village, Tved parish, Hillerslev district, Thisted County.

The 1840 and 1845 Danish censuses state that Helene Andersdatter resided at the Sønderby skoledistrikt, Tved parish, Thisted County. She was a 74 and 81-year-old widow respectively and a home-maker, looking after herlf (huusfæster, lever af sin jordlod). She was born in neighbouring Hjardemål parish according to the 1845 census
72. Sven Jonsson Sten
Birth22 Dec 1770, Uddebo, Norra Fågelås, Skaraborgs län, Sweden10
Death23 Jan 1839, Norra Fågelås, Skaraborgs län, Sweden10
Burial30 Jan 1839, Norra Fågelås, Skaraborgs län, Sweden10
FatherJonas Jonsson Uddrik (1742-)
MotherMaria Svensdotter (9 Jan 1739-7 Aug 1788)
OccupationSoldier in the Skaraborg Regiment
Sven Jonsson enlisted in the Swedish Army on 22 November 1791 He served in the Skaraborgs Regiment, Kåkind Company, Krumpekulla Division. Sven Jonson was 175 cm (5 feet, 9 inches) tall. He was given the military surname Sten, which in English means stone. After five years of service, Sven Sten was discharged from the army on 28 July 1797 because he had a wounded leg. While in the army, he resided at a croft (farmstead) called Kanons in Norra Fågelås. He had a full share to a building called Linderyd, half share to Isleryd and quarter shares to Stenbacken and Espåsen according the the records of the Swedish Central Soldier's Register. The buildings no longer exist. (Centrala Soldatregistret: SK-00-0823-1791: Centrala Soldatregistret, Skövde, Sweden) However, at Stenbacken a barn and root cellar still existed as of June 2006. A new house stood on the foundation.
SpouseAnnika Jansdotter (27 Oct 1765-19 Oct 1826)
Marriage24 Feb 1792, Norra Fågelås, Skaraborgs län, Sweden10
73. Annika Jansdotter
Birth27 Oct 1765, Häggetorp, Kyrkefalla parish (Tibro), Skaraborgs län, Sweden
Death19 Oct 1826, Norra Fågelås, Skaraborgs län, Sweden10
Burial24 Oct 1826, Norra Fågelås, Skaraborgs län, Sweden10
FatherJan / Johan Andersson Tysk (10 Aug 1715-21 Apr 1767)
MotherLena Larsdotter (27 Sep 1730-13 May 1796)
Soldat (soldier) Sven Sten, his wife Annika Jansdotter, her son Lars Andersson, and their sons Johannes and Andreas Svensson resided at Soldat Torpet [Stenbacken] until 1799 according to the household examination roll (Husförhörslängder) for the parish of Norra Fågelås. From 1799 to 1812 the family lived at Sköttatorp. Sven Sten was born at Uddebo Soldat Torp in 1770. Annika Jansdotter was born at Kyrkefalla parish in 1765. Lars Andersson was born at Soldat Torp Källorna near Islebotorp. Johannes and Andreas Svenson were born at [Stenbacken] Soldat Torp in 1792 and 1796 respectively. Carl Svensson was born at Sköttatorp in 1807. (Skaraborgs län, Norra Fågelås: Husförhörslängder 1789-1812, pp. 56, 141)

The Norra Fågelås household examination roll (Husförhörslängder) for 1811-1824 states that Sven Sten, his wife Annika Jansdotter and their three children resided at resided at Sköttatorp until 1817. Johannes Svensson married in 1816 and moved to his own household. Anders Svensson also moved in 1816. From 1817 to 1822, Sven Sten, his wife Annika Jansdotter and their son Carl Svensson lived at Krumpekullen Soldat Torp. Sven Sten, Annicka Jansdotter and Carl Svensson lived at Soldat Torpet in Kjellebo from 1822 to 1823. (Skaraborgs län, Norra Fågelås: Husförhörslängder 1811-1824, pp. 86, 164, 187)

The Norra Fågelås household examination roll (Husförhörslängder) for 1824-1836 states that Sven Sten and his family lived at Börstorp from 1823 to 1826. It states that his wife Annicke Jansdotter died there on 19 October 1826. His son Carl Svensson lived with him during the period covered in the records. In 1826 Sven Sten and Carl Svensson were living at Soldadet Torp near Nybygge. From 1833 to 1836, Sven Sten was living at the Soldatetorpet near Stakaberg and Stackeryds. (Skaraborgs län, Norra Fågelås: Husförhörslängder 1824-1836, pp. 92, 97, 184)

From 1836 to 1839, soldier Sven Sten continued to live at the Soldatetorpet near Stakaberg and Stackeryds according to the Norra Fågelås household examination roll (Husförhörslängder) for 1836-1842. He died there on 23 January 1839. (Skaraborgs län, Norra Fågelås: Husförhörslängder 1836-1842, p. 221)
74. Johannes Semon
Birth29 Mar 1784, Gränna, Jönköpings län, Sweden20
Death13 Apr 1826, Gränna, Jönköpings län, Sweden20
FatherCarl Simon (21 May 1756-21 Jan 1801)
MotherBrita Andersdotter (22 Jul 1751-13 Apr 1818)
OccupationArtillerist
The Gränna parish records state that Johannes was born out of wedlock (utomäktenskaplig) at Gst Hålgatan to maiden (piga) Brita Andersdotter and probable father (trolig fader) Karl Semon.
SpouseMaria Stina Andersdotter Wettergren (3 Aug 1775-5 Apr 1828)
Marriage16 Mar 1804, Gränna, Jönköpings län, Sweden20
75. Maria Stina Andersdotter Wettergren
Birth3 Aug 1775, Norra Fågelås, Skaraborgs län, Sweden10
Death5 Apr 1828, Gränna, Jönköpings län, Sweden20
MotherKierstin Gabrielsdotter (abt 1753-)
In 1803 when Maria Andersdotter gave birth to her first daughter, she was not married to Johannes Semon. Her residence according to the parish records was Gränna. In 1804 Maria Stina Wettergren of Gränna Norrtull married Johannes Semon. In 1805, Maria Andersdotter and her husband Johannes Semon had twins and resided in Gränna town. Johannes Semon was an artilleryman (Artillerist). The evidence suggests that Maria Andersdotter was the same person as Maria Stina Wettergren.

The household examination roll of Gränna for 1821-1825 states that Johannes Semon , his wife Maja Andersdotter and two young children resided at Östra Byggningsraden, Gränna, Jönkopings län, Sweden. When their last child was born in 1822, the parish register stated that Johannes Semon was a discharged artillery man (Artillerist Avsk). Johannes Semon died of lung soot (Lungsot) at Gst Söder Tull, Gränna. Maja Andersdotter Semon was a poverty stricken widow (fattighjon Änk) when she died of breast fever [cancer?] bröstfeber in 1828 at Gst Söder Tull, Gränna.

[A Stina Andersdotter was born at Kanshestra torp, Bondstorp, Jönköpings län on 19 Nov 1773 to Anders Jeansson and Inger Persdotter,] [Anders Jeansson died at Kanshestra on 31 Oct 1799 of Ålderdom] [Ingerd Persdotter died at Kanshestra, age 87, 6 mo. on 9 Apr 1823 of Ålderdomage 78 ]
Siblings: Marta, 9 Jan 1771 at Kanshestra
Kajsa, 16 Jan 1776 at Kanshestra
Annika & Jean, 26 Sept 1778 at Kanshestra
76. Olof Kristiansson
Birth16 Feb 1769, Långserud, Värmlands län, Sweden33
Death17 Mar 1810, Gillberga, Värmlands län, Sweden11
FatherKristian Nilsson (17 May 1740-)
MotherKatrina Jansdotter (8 Oct 1730-)
Occupationcrofter
Olof Christiansson, his wife Cajsa Persdotter, and their three children Petter, Johannes and Cathrina appear in the household examination rolls at Måsängen crofter's holding, Björnodalen, Björnö, Gillberga from 1802 to 1809.

Olof Christiansson died at Hogsatter croft, Gillberga.

Casja Persdotter and her three children resided at Norra Hogsätter, Gillberga from 1811 to 1814 according to the household examination roll for 1811-1815. During or after the 1814, the family left Norra Hogsätter.
SpouseCajsa Pettersdotter (13 May 1774-3 Jun 1826)
Marriage16 Oct 1796, Gillberga, Värmlands län, Sweden11
77. Cajsa Pettersdotter
Birth13 May 1774, Gillberga, Värmlands län, Sweden11
Death3 Jun 1826, Gillberga, Värmlands län, Sweden11
FatherPer Asp (1730-)
MotherIngrid Ersdotter (1731-18 Aug 1785)
Cajsa Persdotter was born at Norra Aspesatter, Gillberga.

From 1814 to 1815, Cajsa Persdotter and her daughter Catrina Olsdotter resided at Skjäggebol, Gilleberga according to the househiold examination roll for 1811-1815. The examination roll states that Cajsa Persdotter was from "Vestmannland" and that she and her daughter arrived at Skjäggebol from "Vermstig". The examination roll refers to Cajsa Persdotter as a pauper (fattighjon). Interestingly, the other residents listed at Skjäggebol were military.

The household examination roll for 1816-1820 states that Cajsa Persdotter and her daughter Catrina Olsdotter resided at Skjäggebol, Gilleberga. The examination roll refers to Cajsa Persdotter as a pauper (fattighjon). They left Skjäggebol in 1817 for Måssängen, Björnö. The household examination rolls of 1816-1820 and 1821-1825 for Björno Mossängen states that they were at Måssängen from 1817 to 1824. Catrina Olufsdotter left Gillberga in 1824 and went to Carlstad (modern Karlstad).

Marriage: 16 Oct 1796 Olof Christiansson and Casja Pedersdotter at Speke.
78. Jonas Jonsson
Birth10 Jun 1784, Grums, Värmlands län, Sweden21
Death3 Aug 1853, Grums, Värmlands län, Sweden21
FatherJon Elofsson (15 Sep 1732-18 Jul 1800)
MotherChristina / Stina Bengtsdotter (7 Dec 1739-29 Mar 1811)
OccupationCrofter
The household examination rolls for 1802-1806 state that the widow (Anka) Stina Bengtsdotter resided at Stora Wåhlängen, Grums. She was born in 1743. Her son Jonas Jonsson also resided at Stora Wåhlangen, Grums during the same period.

Crofter (Torparen) Jonas Jonnson, his wife Britta Pehrsdotter and their three children were recorded in the household examination rolls for Berg Longs Torp in Grums from 1813 to 1817. They with a fourth child were still at Berg in 1818 and 1819 according to the household examination rolls for 1818-1821.
SpouseBrita Pehrsdotter (Aug 1785-17 Jun 1855)
Marriage20 Oct 1807, Grums, Värmlands län, Sweden21
79. Brita Pehrsdotter
BirthAug 1785, Grums, Värmlands län, Sweden
Death17 Jun 1855, Grums, Värmlands län, Sweden21
FatherPehr Larsson Asper (abt 1754-23 Jul 1807)
MotherCathrina Nilsdotter (abt 1757-22 Feb 1812)
Brita Pehrsdotter came or returned to Grums in Sept 1807 according to the parish arrival (Inflyttningslängder) records.
80. Andrew White
Birthabt 1780, Annapolis Co., Nova Scotia
Death2 Feb 1873, Pleasant River Road, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia2
This Andrew White is not the son Andrew White of Andrew and Sarah White, the Planter settlers from Massachusetts at Granville Township, Nova Scotia.

Andrew White appears in the 1838 Nova Scotia census for Lunenburg Township (p. 16). In addition to the head of the household, there were three other family members: one female over age 14; one male over age 14; and one female between ages 6 and 14. Andrew is listed as a farmer.

Andrew and Elizabeth White appear in the 1871 federal census (Lunenburg 195-B2, pp. 76-77 [house 226, family 242]). They are listed as members of his son James White’s household. They were both illiterate. Andrew White is listed as being blind and of Irish background, and Elizabeth White is listed as being of German background.
SpouseElizabeth Demon (1785/1787-28 Jan 1873)
Marriagebef 1817
81. Elizabeth Demon
Birth1785/1787, Lunenburg Twp., Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia
Death28 Jan 1873, Pleasant River Road, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia2
82. Jacob Lintlop
Birth8 Nov 1797, Halifax, Halifax Co., Nova Scotia
DeathAug 1837, Dublin Shore, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia
Burial13 Aug 1837, Dublin Shore, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia34
FatherJacob Lintlaub (25 Jan 1755-Mar 1824)
MotherHannah Christina Pentz (Dec 1757-Jan 1843)
SpouseFrederica Romkey (22 Jul 1798-27 Jul 1822)
Marriage18 Apr 1820, Lunenburg, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia14,35,36,37
83. Frederica Romkey
Birth22 Jul 1798, Lunenburg Twp., Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia14
Death27 Jul 1822, Upper LaHave, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia14
FatherJohann Peter Romkey (Sep 1764-1815)
MotherAnna Catherina Getzen (12 Nov 1778-)
84. George Frederick Eichel
Birth4 Aug 1787, Northwest Range, Lunenburg Twp., Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia15
DeathOct 1866
FatherJohannes Eichel (abt 1764-Sep 1830)
MotherMary Elizabeth Bouteiller (abt Sep 1763-Aug 1863)
SpouseSusanna Elizabeth Whynacht (5 Jul 1789-Apr 1856)
Marriage26 Dec 1809, Lunenburg, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia15
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