Thursday, September 24, 2009

Citizens of Harmstorf at Aida emigrant files./sonderfindbuecher

This morning looking about at some names and places, I decided to publish a few. Be sure to check out the link and see more for yourself. There will be more to come. That is a promise or threat.

1. Warnecke, Johann Heinrch, Harmstorf 2. ca. 27 Jahre alt 3. Anerbe des väterlichen Halbhofes 7. Nordamerika über Hamburg 8. Sommer 1863 10. 1865 zurückgekehrt; hat im Nov. Hof übernommen auch: Hann. 74 Bleckede W Reg. II Loc. 5 E Nr. 40 r und Loc. 5 G Nr. 59

Translates:
1. Warnecke [Warning corner], Johann Heinrich, Harmstorf
2nd approx. 27 years old 3rd Anerbe of the paternal half yard 7th North America
over Hamburg 8th summer 1863 10. 1865 returned; yard has taken over also in the
Nov.: Hann. 74 Bleckede W move II Loc. 5 E No. 40 r and Loc. 5 G No. 59



Hann. 80 Lüneburg Nr. 956
Hauptstaatsarchiv Hannover: Sonderfindbücher
Harmstorf
1. Meyer, Heinrich, Harmstorf 2. 27 Jahre 3. Dienstknecht 7. Amerika 8. 1857
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1. Meyer, Johann Jürgen, Harmstorf 2. 17. 05. 1824 7. New York über Hamburg 8. kurz nach Pfingsten 185310. reist mit Schulz, Jürgen

Translation with babelfish:

1. Meyer, Johann Jürgen, Harmstorf 2nd 17. 05. 1824 7. New York over Hamburg 8.
shortly after Whitsuntide 1853 10. Jürgen travels with Schulz.




The families from Harmstorf, especially Meyer are important to me because of the Steinhauer and Reinecke family in Sueschendorf and Oldendorf bei Nahrendorf and the Goehrde. I am always remembering the Genzel tree which had Meyer from Harmstorf and Walmsburg.

So that's it for the day, minus editing I do a lot. I have been searching all the little villages on the AIDA emigration site. So you know now, there is more to come.
Just me Jo.

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