Saturday, September 4, 2010

pp. 70-- A .Mini series on book of hof Familiengeschichte des alten Amtes Bleckede --

You see here a continuation of the mini series on the book Familiengeschichte des alten Amtes Bleckede -- 1940-- Written by Heinrich Borstelmann. This series has pages 65 -76 of Heinrich Borstelmann's book about the villages of Bleckede. You are on page 70.
(Lemgrabe)




Page 70 of this book continues the
halbhofs of village Lemgrabe
Halbhof 2 =
Halbhof 4 = Un Gut Wrested[t]
Kote - 1
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As seen in comment below here is the text of farm (Hof) Nr. 4:
Halbhof Nr. 4 (halfsize farm Nr. 4)
(An Gut Wrestedt)- contributions and taxes to manor Wrestedt (I assume, that the noble family, who owned the farm lived at Wrestedt)
1675 Henrich BUESCHE (farmer on this farm 1675)
1695 marriage 00 between Hans BUESCJE, son of Heinrich BUESCHE and Anna Elisabeth BARGMANN, daughter of Henrich BARGMANN, from here.
1699 Hinrich BEUSCHE, also mentioned 1709
1719 Hans BEUSCHE (before Hinrich BEUSCHE), the same surname (also BAUSCH and BAEUSCHE), still mentioned 1779.
1766 marriage between Johann Ludolf NIEMANN, farmer here, and Anna Katharina SOLTAU, daughter of the already deceased Johann SOLTAU, farmer in Apendorf.
1787 Johann Ludolf NIEMANN sold his farm to the shepherd Christoph MEYER from Luetsfelde (Nutzfelde?). Christoph MEYER pays the farm-debts of 200 Reichstaler and even the pension for Johann Ludolf NIEMANN.
1789 farmer is) Christoph Meyer (former Ludof Niemann).
1799 (farmer of this farm is) Peter Andreas MEYER (a son of Christoph?)
1803 marriage 00 between Johann Juergen Hinrich MEYER, eldest son of the farmer of the manor Wrestedt, Andreas Peter MEYER, and Helena Dorothea MEIER from Harmstorf.
1816 Juergen Hinrich SCHOOP, owner of the Niemann-farm. (Niemann was the farm-name, every farm had in former times a name instead of a housenumber).
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GERMANY Directories - NEETZE in 1929
Handbuch des Grundbesitzes im deutsachen Reiche, Band Hannover 1929 -- [pp. 120]
Neetze - P. und Klb. o-> oefftl. UE. : Lueneburg

Residents-
ALLERDING,
CLAVIN,
DITTMER'SCHE,
HAGEMANN,
HARNEIT,
MEYER,
ROEDER,
SANNEMANN,
SCHOOP,
STOLTE,



continue on to page 71.

2 comments:

Matthias Steinke said...

Hello it me again Matthias. I like to give you a tranlation of the text of farm (Hof) Nr. 4:
Halbhof Nr. 4 (halfsize farm Nr. 4)
(An Gut Wrestedt)- contributions and taxes to manor Wrestedt (I assume, that the noble family, who owned the farm lived at Wrestedt)
1675 Henrich Buesche (farmer on this farm 1675)
1695 marriage between Hans Buesche, son of Heinrich Buesche and Anna Elisabeth Bargmann, daughter of Henrich Bargmann, from here.
1699 Hinrich Beusche, also mentioned 1709
1719 Hans Beusche (before Hinrich Beusche), the same surname (also Bausch and Baeusche), still mentioned 1779.
1766 marriage between Johann Ludolf Niemann, farmer here, and Anna Katharina Soltau, daughter of the already deceased Johann Soltau, farmer in Apendorf.
1787 Johann Ludolf Niemann sold his farm to the shepherd Christoph Meyer from Luetsfelde (Nutzfelde?). Christoph Meyer pays the farm-debts of 200 Reichstaler and even the pension for Johann Ludolf Niemann.
1789 farmer is) Christoph Meyer (former Ludof Niemann).
1799 (farmer of this farm is) Peter Andreas Meyer (a son of Christoph?)
1803 marriage between Johann Juergen Hinrich Meyer, eldest son of the farmer of the manor Wrestedt, Andreas Peter Meyer, and Helena Dorothea Meier from Harmstorf.
1816 Juergen Hinrich Schoop, owner of the Niemann-farm. (Niemann was the farm-name, every farm had in former times a name instead of a housenumber).
Thats all for the moment. Hope you can need the translation Matthias

A rootdigger said...

Thanks Matthias I was partucularly glad to see that since we found so much information about the Seedorf Schoops and family. And I think the hof's name was showing up.

However, I am confused where this Wrested is. My maps says it is by Nettelcamp at Uelzen. Or would it be only this one hof by that name then. Is there another one? I will have to find out to how it was refered to by the people.
jo