My Maternal Tenth Great Grandfather -Johannes Lindemann, Jr.

Linderman Family Genealogy

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Sex: Male
 
Christening: 1547
Auerbach, Saxony, Germany
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Married: Unknown
Death: 30 Oct 1621

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My Maternal Ninth Great Grandfather- Reinhardt Lindermann

Linderman Family Genealogy

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My Maternal Ninth Great Grandfather- Reinhardt Lindermann.
 
Sex: Male
 
Christening: 1582
Married: 1601 in Rhineland, Prussia, Germany
to Mrs. Entsen Lindermann (maiden name unknown)
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My Maternal Eighth Great Grandfather Wilhelm Linderman, Sr.- Germany

Linderman Family Genealogy

duisburg-germany10My maternal eighth great grandfather. Surname also spelled as Lindemann and Lindenmann.

Name
Wilhelm Linderman Sr.
Sex: Male
Birth: 1618
Duisburg, Rheinland, Prussia
Christening:
1618
Duisburg, Duisburg, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany

Died: after 1650 in Duisburg, Rheinland, Germany

DUISBURG A CITY IN THE WESTERN BORDER OF THE RUHR INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT IN THE STATE OF NORTH RHINE-WESTPHALIA, IN WESTERN GERMANY, IS THE LARGEST INLAND PORT IN EUROPE. IT IS LOCATED ON THE EAST BANK OF THE RHINE RIVER AT ITS JUNCTION WITH THE RUHR RIVER AND THE RHINE-HERNE CANAL.

duisburg-germanyduisburg-germany2Married: 1637 in Solingen-Wald, Solingen, Nord-Rhein Westfalen, Germany to Mrs. Sybilla (maiden name unknown) Linderman, b. 1619 in Evangelisch, Rheinland-Pfalz,Germany. 

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Edward Emil Koch – Dubuque, Iowa

Koch and Fricker Genealogy

Birth: Nov. 13, 1885
Dubuque
Dubuque County
Iowa, USA
Death: Dec. 21, 1981
Dubuque
Dubuque County
Iowa, USA

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Spouse:
Lena Jenni Koch (1886 – 1981)

Birth:  Nov. 26, 1886
Nebraska, USA
Death:  Feb. 8, 1981
Dubuque
Dubuque County
Iowa, USA

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Dubuque, Dubuque, Iowa, United States

Children:
Jenni Ruth Koch Jungk (1919 – 2012)
Burial:
Linwood Cemetery
Dubuque
Dubuque County
Iowa, USA

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Record added: May 17, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 90278850

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Marie-Josephine Palen Talbott

Palen and Pletschette Genealogy

Diekirch 2008 (7)Daughter of Josef “Joe” Palen and Anna-Catherina Pletschette of Luxembourg 

Born: 12 May 1824 in Harlange, Wiltz, Diekirch, Luxembourg.

Baptized: 1824 Roman Catholic in Luxembourg.

Married: Henry Joseph Talbott (1819-1910) on 27 March 1846 in Honville, Bastogne, Luxembourg, Belgium. 

Children: Anne-Marie Christine Talbott (Bonne-Compagie), and Anne-Marie Leocadie Josephine (Nicolas) Talbott.

Died: about 1920 in Hollange, Fauvillers, Luxembourg, Belgium. Exact burial location is unknown. 

Fauvillers (German: Feitweiler, Luxembourgish: Fäteler, Walloon: Faiviè) is a Walloonmunicipality of Belgium located in the province of Luxembourg. On 1 January 2007 the municipality, which covers 74.11 km², had 2,071 inhabitants, giving a population density of 27.9 inhabitants per km².

The municipality consists of the following sub-municipalities: Fauvillers proper, Hollange, and Tintange.

Fauvillers: church of the Sacred Heart (1877)Fauvillers is located in Belgium

Fauvillers: Church of the Sacred Heart (1877)

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William Hammond-Binderton, Sussex, England

My maternal seventh great grandfather. Son of John and Sarah Hammond. Husband of Catherine Hammond (maiden name unknown). Father of Catherine Hammond (Peavey). 

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Born: 1710 in Binderton, Sussex, England, United Kingdom. 

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Name: William Hammond

Gender: Male

Christening Date: 13 Feb 1710
Christening Place: South Bersted, Sussex, England
Father’s Name: John Hammond
Mother’s Name: Sarah
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I03578-2 , System Origin: England-EASy , GS Film number: 1041594
England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975
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“England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975,” index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/ND3C-NJX : accessed 26 January 2015), William Hammond, 13 Feb 1710; citing South Bersted, Sussex, England, reference ; FHL microfilm 1,041,594.

Died in 19 January 1807 in Chichester, West Sussex, England, United Kingdom.

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Married in about 1729 in England to Catharine Hammond (maiden name unknown). 

Birth: 1710
Binderton, East Sussex, England

Christened: 13 February 1710 in South Bersted, Sussex, England, United Kingdom.

Death: Jan. 19, 1807
Chichester
Chichester District
West Sussex, England

Family links: 
Spouse:
Mrs. Catherine Hammond (1709 – 1782)

Children:
Catherine Hammond Peavy (1732 – 1798)

May not be a headstone.

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Burial:
St Peter the Great Churchyard
Chichester
Chichester District
West Sussex, England 

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Record added: Nov 10, 2015
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Henry Tudor – Brunswick, Virginia

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Henry Tudor

Birth: 1752 

Brunswick, Brunswick, Virginia, American Colonies

Son of John Tudor, Jr. and Elizabeth Seymour Tudor
Married: 
Nancy Harris in about 1774 in Granville, North Carolina 
Children:
Kinsey Luther, Sr., Susannah, John, Henry, Joel H., Phebe, Nancy Harris, and Absolum H. Tudor 
Death:
Burial
The Barren River is a 135-mile-long (217 km)[1] river in western Kentucky, United States. It is the largest tributary of the Green River, which drains more of Kentucky than any other river.[citation needed] The Barren River rises in Monroe County and flows into the Green in northeast Warren County.

“WARREN county was formed in 1796, and named in memory of General JOSEPH WARREN, who fell at Bunker Hill. It embraces about five hundred and sixty square miles; and is bounded on the north by Butler and Edmonson; east by Barren; south by Allen and Simpson; and west by Logan and Butler. Big Barren river, which heads near the Cumberland, runs through this county. Its tributaries, in the county, are, Bay’s fork, Drake’s and Jennings’ creeks, and Gasper river. Several mineral springs in the county -one, three miles from Bowling-Green, (Mr. Jackson’s,) in character of its water, much like the Blue Lick. Face of the country gently undulating. Soil fertile and productive, based mostly on red clay and limestone foundation. Principal articles of export, tobacco, wheat, corn and pork.” source: History of Kentucky, by Lewis Collins, Reprint 1968, Henry Clay Press