Thursday, February 23, 2012

Family History SCHOOP, FABLE, from Harmstorf

In reference with a question mark on the family History of her Fable and Schoop Marlyn Schoop Family History tree

This could be hers as well.

4882
SCHOOP, Johann Heinrich Christoph
* geb. 29.9.1818 Harmstorf Ksp Dahlenburg
He lived 1847 there. [4881]

00 1847 Dahlenburg

FABLE, Catharina Dorothea
* geb. 27.7.1825 Gross Thondorf
`37.7.1825 Himbergen
1839 Kf.[Elt.1274]

4481
His parents:
SCHOOP, Johann Juergen Christoph
lvd 1818 Harmstorf ksp Dahlenburg.

00 before 1818.

MEYER, Maria Dorothea
Lived 1818 Harmstorf

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4891 PP.327
SCHOOP, Juergen Heinrich Christoph
* geb. 1841

2nd marriage 00 -19.10.1879 HIMBERGEN

SCHENK, Katharina Dorothea Elisabeth
*1842 [Elt.4741]

son-
SCHOOP, Johann Heinrich Wilhelm
geb.*18.9.1880 Boecken ~ 26.9.1880
Himbergen.

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1274
FABLE, Franz Hinrich Juergen Hsw.
*geb. 24.11.1780 Gross Thondorf
kf. 1795 Himbergen
+ died 5.3.1849. 68 years 3 mnths and 10 day
s[ His father also married a Barge]

00 25.11.1808 Himbergen

BARGE, Catharina Elisabeth
* geb. 28.8.1784 Strothe
kf 1798 Himbergen lvd 1808 Gross Thondorf, Uelzen
8 kinder

The tree will go on and on with the descendents. I suspect this Fable runs into some of my other trees with surnames circling.

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Note:
In the Heinz Genzel tree pertaining to hof 30 in Oldendorf, I have noted that there are many hofs and owners and one of the owners was a Johan Schoop. Perhaps the Harmstorf Schoops were related.

Sunday, February 12, 2012

Burmester***** From AHNDORF

Archiv:
Hauptstaatsarchiv Hannover: Sonderfindbücher
Bestellnummer:
Hann. 80 Lüneburg Nr. 956
Bestandsbezeichnung:
Auswanderer Signatur: Nr. 956
Hann. 80 Lüneburg
Klassifikationskennzahl: 00.16. . . . Burmester, Heinrich
Registratursignatur: Alte Archivsignatur:
Restaurierbedürftigkeit: Trägermaterial:
Titel:
1. BURMESTER, Heinrich, Ahndorf
2. 35 Jahre alt
3. Häusling 5. BURMESTER, geb. Müller (31 Jahre); Sohn von 6 Jahren
7. Texas über Hamburg nach New York 8. 1856 10. folgt seinem im Jahr 1855 nach Texas ausgewanderten Schwiegervater Müller aus Lemgrabe, der dort bereits ein Besitztum erworben hat auch: Hann. 74 Bleckede W Reg. II Loc. 5 D Nr. 40 i .

Saturday, February 4, 2012

SERVING UP A TIDBIT OF SAUCKE EMIGRATION






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[Archiv:]
Hauptstaatsarchiv Hannover: Sonderfindbücher
Bestellnummer:
Hann. 74 Bleckede W Reg. II Loc. 5 H Nr. 63
Bestandsbezeichnung: Auswanderer Signatur: Nr. 63
Lagerungsbestand: Gesperrt bis:
Hann. 74 Bleckede W Reg. II Loc. 5 H
Laufzeit/Nebenlaufzeit: . . - . . ( . . - . . )
Teilprovenienz: Vorprovenienz:
Klassifikationskennzahl: 00.16. . . .
sauke heinrich wilhelm
Registratursignatur: Alte Archivsignatur:
Band: Umfang:
Restaurierbedürftigkeit: Trägermaterial:

MAIN COURSE MAIN COURSE MAIN COURSE MAIN COURSE
THE MEAT OF THE MATTER
Titel:
1. SAUCKE, Heinrich Wilhelm, Dahlenburg
2. *05. 09. 1847, Leestahl
4. Vater= SAUCKE, Johann Heinrich;
SAUCKE, Dorothea Elisabeth, geb. SCHWABE
7. Toledo/Nordamerika 8. 03. 07. 1867

DESSERT DESSERT DESSERT DESSERT DESSERT DESSERT
THE DESSERT SERVED WITH YOUR MEAL
10. ältester Bruder SAUCKE, Johann dort; bittet dringend darum, daß sein Bruder kommt, da er ihn in seinem Schlachtbetrieb braucht; er selbst hat vor kurzem THIELE, Bertha geheiratet, die mit ihren Eltern vor 5 Jahren aus Berlin dorthin auswanderte; Eltern haben inzwischen eine große Färberei; er selbst will sich diesen Sommer ein Haus bauen und hat in seinen Betrieb gerade 700 Taler für eine Dampfmaschine zum Fleischhacken (1000 Pfund in 3 Stunden) investiert (Brief des Sauke, Johann vom 27. 03. 1867 liegt bei)
ENTRES
7th Immigrated to: Toledo / North
8th Date of Immigration: 03. 07th 1867
10thNote: Eldest brother SAUCKE, John there, and pray urgently request that his brother is coming because he needs him in his slaughterhouse, he even got married recently, THIELE, Bertha, who emigrated with her parents 5 years ago from Berlin to it, and parents now have a large dyehouse. He himself wants to build a house this summer and has invested in his business. Just 700 dollars for a steam machine for chopping meat (1,000 pounds in 3hours) (letter SAUCKE, John 27 03 1867 is enclosed).

EAT UP EAT UP EAT UP EAT UP EAT UP EAT UP EAT UP EAT UP EAT UP


My Review of the meal served Other than satisfactory and rather exciting, I am in awe of the name SCHWABE and the fact that it is Toledo, OHIO. The Brother maybe a butcher. I had to take care of a little punctuation. I am sure a copy of this letter can be purchased through aida. I think I have seen many familiar surnames in this location of Ohio. So someday maybe another serving.

YOU HAD YOUR CHEESE AND NOW THE WHINE:

I don''t know if they are my Saucke family unless they mixed in with the other Sauckes from Ahndorf and Oldendorf by the Goerde. i have never really known if the Tosterglope and Quickborn Saucke have been ours. Though I did read once, that one of them had a nick name for being up the tree during the time of the war with France 1813 at Steinke's hill. I have no proof, no church records or some other connecting data in regards to a connection. Which I will keep in mind as I take samples.


Served with: The Graphic Fairie, The Gypsy Moth. Thank you for the Graphics. Aidaonline thank you.

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