Friday, July 5, 2013

Some Heins were Heins and some were HEINß Mini series on Heinss HEINß pp 2


As I see it,  we should start with Peter Heinss at Diesten.


11.--Peter HEINß

* um 1630 in Diesten Celle
No children found for him or her
00-1657 in Bergen Celle
Frau- Ilsebe MOJELKEN * um 1610 in Huxahl Celle

Her father : 
Lüdker MOIJELKEN  * um 1610 in Huxahl Celle
Bemerkungen:(notes)
Nicht verheiratet oder Heirat unbekannt!
Children:-
sister- Margaret MOJELKEN
* um 1635 in Huxahl Celle
00-  1659 Bergen Celle with
Peter STRüVE
* um 1635 in Katensen Celle

More about their children at another time. You can see now  at this link.

Now  you  can look at the other Peter Heins of Siddernhausen who has a marriage same year too with  a woman with the same name.  There  may be errors in the  descendency.. I noticed them a few years ago. But the detail of places and births are correct.  My information came from a Disk sent to me from Herr Fink  himself a few years before the information became available. It's there FB Bergen chuch information.It may be confusingwhenon one page it says he was born Diestenand on another page Wardbohmen..It is to me and so I am going to report slowly. Later maybe I need to correct those pages.

Heins, Arends

Peter Heins Family Tree
I took this from Celle Nord Local online Reproduced Family Heritage Book
This Research Material is submitted by Carl-Friedrich Fink

Starting with oldest to newest.

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PETER HEINS
* um 1630 in Diesten, Celle
+ in Siddernhausen, Celle
begraben: in Bergen Celle

1.Ehegatte:
(1st spouse) Margaretha ARENDS
* um 1630 in Bleckmar, Celle
+ 15.03.1674 in Wardböhmen, Celle
oo 28.11.1667 in Bergen Celle

Children:
MAGDALENE HEINS * um 1658 in Huxahl, Celle
ANNA HEINS * 1661 in Huxahl, Celle
HINRICH HEINS * 1664 in Siddernhausen, Celle, + 1708 in Huxahl, Celle
PETER HEINS * 1667 in Siddernhausen, Celle, + 1698 in Widdernhausen, Celle
HANS HEINS * 1670 in Siddernhausen, Celle
ILSE HEINS * 1673 in Siddernhausen, Celle

Note: Peter Heins is Margaretha Ahrends second spouse.
[Her first spouse] -
JUERGEN BRAMMER
* um 1637 in Wardböhmen, Celle
+21.10.1686 in Wardböhmen, Celle
00 08.11.1662 in Bergen, Celle

THEIR CHILDREN:
1- HANSS BRAMMER

2-
Anna BRAMMER
* 28.08.1665 in Wardböhmen, Celle
+ 12.05.1724 in Brockhöfe, Uelzen

Kinder (children)
1.Ehegatte:
(1st spouse)
Catharina WROGEMANN
* 1667 in Hoope, Celle
oo 16.11.1687 in Bergen Celle
Hans BRAMMER * 1688 in Wardböhmen, Celle, + 1708 in Wardböhmen, Celle
Christian BRAMMER * 1691 in Wardböhmen, Celle, + 1691 in Wardböhmen, Celle
Jürgen BRAMMER * 1693 in Wardböhmen, Celle, + 1739 in Wardböhmen, Celle
Curd BRAMMER * 1695 in Wardböhmen, Celle, + 1748 in Nindorf, Celle
CARSTEN BRAMMER * 1697 in Wardböhmen, Celle
Anna Marlena BRAMMER * 1699 in Wardböhmen, Celle
Barbara BRAMMER * 1702 in Wardböhmen, Celle
Anna BRAMMER * 1702 in Wardböhmen, Celle, + 1702 in Wardböhmen, Celle
Hinrich BRAMMER * 1703 in Wardböhmen, Celle, + 1710 in Wardböhmen, Celle
Catharina Elisabeth BRAMMER * 1703 in Wardböhmen, Celle, + 1763 in Hohne Platz Bergen
Bemerkungen:(notes)
Kinder (children)
1.Ehegatte:
(1st spouse) HANS THOM BRUKHAWE
* 04.03.1666 in Brockhof Bergen Celle
+ 18.01.1714 in Brockhof Bergen Celle
oo 16.11.1692 in Bergen Celle
HANß zum BROCKHOFE * um 1705 in Brockhof Bergen Celle, + in Brockhof Bergen Celle
00 MD - N.N.
CASTEN BROCKMANN * 1708 in Brockhof Bergen Celle, + 1769 in Brockhof Bergen Celle
00 DOROTHEA ELISABETH LOHMANN from Lohe Platz, Bergen
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HINRICH HEINS
* 10.10.1664 in Siddernhausen, Celle
+ 16.08.1708 in Huxahl, Celle
begraben: in Bergen Celle
)
1.Ehegatte:
(1st spouse) ILSABE TIMME
* 28.09.1663 in Widdernhausen, Celle
+ 12.09.1728 in Huxahl, Celle
oo 27.10.1687 in Bergen Celle

Note:
Ilsabe Timme had a second spouse - Hinrich Lange * um 1660 in Baven Hermannsburg
oo 21.10.1700 in Hermannsburg, Celle. They had on child who married a Brammer from Huxahl
Children [9]:
HINRICH HEINS * 1688 in Siddernhausen, Celle, + 1753 in Siddernhausen, Celle
JÜRGEN HEINS * 1689 in Siddernhausen, Celle
MAGDALENA HEINS * 1692 in Siddernhausen, Celle
PETER HEINS * 1694 in Siddernhausen, Celle
ANNA TRINA HEINS * um 1695 in Siddernhausen, Celle
ILSEBE HEINS * 1696 in Siddernhausen, Celle
Anna Dorothea HEINS * 1701 in Siddernhausen, Celle
totgeb. Sohn HEINS * 1704 in Siddernhausen, Celle
HINRICH HEINS * 1712 in Siddernhausen, Celle

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HINRICH HEINS
* 08.07.1688 in Siddernhausen, Celle
+ 15.03.1753 in Siddernhausen, Celle

1.Ehegatte:
(1st spouse) ANNA ARENDS
* 17.05.1690 in Dohnsen, Celle
+ 10.09.1750 in Siddernhausen, Celle
oo 29.10.1711 in Bergen Celle
HANS HEINS
* 1715 in Siddernhausen, Celle,
+ 1783 in Siddernhausen, Celle
JOHANN PETER HEINS
* 1718 in Siddernhausen, Celle
ANNA CATHARINA HEINS
* 1721 in Siddernhausen, Celle
JÜRGEN HEINS
* 1728 in Siddernhausen, Celle
ILSABE HEINS* 1730 in Siddernhausen, Celle,
+ 1793 in Nindorf, Celle
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HANS HEINS
* 17.09.1715 in Siddernhausen, Celle
+ 10.08.1783 in Siddernhausen, Celle

Bemerkungen:(notes)
in Bergen Celle
begraben: in Bergen Celle
Familien (families) Kinder (children)
1.Ehegatte:
(1st spouse) ANNA MAGDALENE LINDHORST
* 16.10.1720 in Nindorf, Celle
+ 17.08.1757 in Siddernhausen, Celle
oo 21.11.1741 in Bergen Celle ANNA MAGDALENA HEINS * 1745 in Siddernhausen, Celle
HANS HINRICH HEINS * 1748 in Siddernhausen, Celle
HENRICH WILHELM HEINS * 1753 in Siddernhausen, Celle
JOHANN HEINS * 1757 in Siddernhausen, Celle
Bemerkungen:(notes)
2.Ehegatte:
(2nd spouse) ANNA DOROTHEA DENING
* um 1735 in Beckedorf, Celle
+ 25.05.1792 in Siddernhausen, Celle
oo um 1758 in Hermannsburg, Celle MARIA DOROTHEA HEINS * 1759 in Siddernhausen, Celle
PETER HEINS * 1760 in Siddernhausen, Celle
CARSTEN HENRICH HEINS * 1760 in Siddernhausen, Celle
HANS CHRISTOPHER HEINS * 1763 in Siddernhausen, Celle
PETER HENRICH HEINS * 1765 in Siddernhausen, Celle
CARSTEN HENRICH HEINS * 1768 in Siddernhausen, Celle
ILSABE MARIA HEINS * 1773 in Siddernhausen, Celle
JOHAN FRIDERICH HEINS * 1775 in Siddernhausen, Celle, + 1839



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HANS HINRICH HEINS
* 20.09.1748 in Siddernhausen, Celle

Bemerkungen:(notes)
in Bergen Celle
Familien (families) Kinder (children)
1.
(1st ) ANNA DOROTHEA KOTHE
* um 1770
oo in totgeb. Tochter HEINS * 1802 in Siddernhausen, Celle, + 1802
totgeb. Sohn HEINS * 1805 in Siddernhausen, Celle
Bemerkungen:(notes)
Nicht verheiratet oder Heirat unbekannt!
2.Ehegatte:
(2nd spouse) ANNA CATHARINA KOCH
* 28.01.1758 in Belsen, Celle
oo 10.11.1774 in Bergen Celle ILSE MARLENA HEINS * 1779 in Siddernhausen, Celle
totgeb. Sohn HEINS * 1781 in Siddernhausen, Celle
JOHANN HINRICH HEINS * 1783 in Siddernhausen, Celle, + 1842
CASTEN HINRICH HEINS * 1785 in Siddernhausen, Celle
PETER HINRICH HEINS * 1789 in Siddernhausen, Celle
CHRISTOPH HINRICH HEINS * 1792 in Siddernhausen, Celle
JÜRGEN HINRICH HEINS * 1796 in Siddernhausen, Celle
ILSE CATHRINA HEINS * 1797 in Siddernhausen, Celle
ANNA MARLENA HEINS * 1797 in Siddernhausen, Celle
ANNA MARIA HEINS * 1798 in Siddernhausen, Celle
HAns Peter Heins* 1799 in Siddernhausen
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Saturday, February 12, 2011

Occupation of Töpfers, Töpfermeister, Surname Diedrich and Ulrich - Genealogy

- Needs Google translation -
Bei Erdarbeiten, beim Anlegen von Beeten oder beim Ausheben von Pflanzlöchern für Bäume und Sträucher oder bei Neubauten stoßt man hin und wieder auf Scherben von gebranntem Ton. Zeugen der Vergangenheit, Siedlungsfunde oder Abladestätte eines Töpfers, der z. B. dort, wo er Tonerde abbaute, die entstandene Grube mit Scherben zerbrochener Tonkrüge u. dergl. mehr zuschüttete?
Die Töpferei betrieb man in Dahlenburg wohl seit Jahrhunderten. Vorwiegend stellte man Gebrauchsgegenstände wie Töpfe, Teller, Tassen, Schalen und Vasen her.

Nur wenige Vertreter dieses uralten Handwerks verzeichnete das Bürgerbuch, wie Christg. Heuer [1788], Jurg. Heinr. Schulz [1816], Joseph Metscher [1832], Wilhelm Treel [1834], so daß anzunehmen ist, dass nur eine Töpferei bzw. 2 Töpferwerkstätten in Dahlenburg vorhanden waren.

Am 19 Januar 1862 Kaufte Töpfermeister Wilhelm Dietrich, geboren 1833 in Wörlitz, die Anbaubürgerstelle Nr.48 von Tweele, nachdem er in den "Hannoverschen Unterhanenverband" aufgenommen und aus dem sächsischen entlassen worden war. Am 2 Mai 1862 legte er den Bürgereid ab und im Juni heiratete er. Sohn Richard erlernte das Handwerk und wurde zusätzlich Ofensetzer wie sein jüngerer Bruder Carl der 1908 den Bürgereid leistete. Richard ehelichte 1897 Friederike Ulrich, eine Bürgertochter. In seiner Werkstatt formte er noch wie sein Vater auf der Töpferscheibe Vasen und Töpfe, die er glasierte und im eigenen Ofen brannte. Sein sohn Hans übernahm 1939 den Handwerksbetrieb und spezialisierte sich darauf, Öfen zu setzen. Nach dem Kriege begann ein Bauboom, und das Verlegen von Industriekachein für Badezimmer, Küchen, Flure und Werkräume, spielte eine neue Rolle in diesem Handwerkszweig, so dass Sohn Claus seine Ausbildung in den Bereichen absolvierte und die Meisterprüfung,ablegte. Nach dem Tode seines Vaters 1965 übernahm er die Werkstatt und modernisierte sie Töpferei im eigentlichen Sinne, an der Töpferscheibe betrieben, führt seit 1986 Marion Jahn in Dahlenburg aus.

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I am using some of the original phrases translated by Google and Babel fish. If I understood it better, I suppose I could use my own words entirely, but that's not the case. I also added a tiny bit of information. [] So here it is.


When the soil is disturbed shards of clay pottery pieces of broken glass, as if burned clay / tone, as if witness of past settlement, or Abladestätte finds could be found in the Dahlenburg area. The pottery is operating in Dahl citadel for centuries. Mostly one manufactured commodities such as pots, plates, cups, bowls and vases.

Only a few of these ancient people saw the book as Christgen Heuer [1788], Jurg. Heinr. Schulz [1816], Joseph Metscher [1832], Wilhelm Treel [1834], so it is assumed that is that only one or 2 pottery pottery workshops in Dahlenburg were present.

--On January 19, 1862 Purchased potters Wilhelm DIETRICH, born 1833 in Wörlitz, the cultivation of civil authority No.48 Tweel, after being in the "Hannover Unterhanenverband" recorded and released from the Saxon. On May 2, 1862, he presented the oath of citizenship, and in June he married [ Dorothea Sophie Wilhelmine E. OTT. ]

--Richard DIETRICH, the son learned the trade and was also stove-makers like his younger brother Carl in 1908 provided the oath of citizenship. [Carl married Friederike Karoline Johanne BEULSHAUSEN. In 1899 He died @ Wangelnstedt ]
Richard [*1874 - + 1939] married in 1897 Fred Ulrich, a citizens daughter [ Sophie Dorothea Elis. Friederike UIlrich ]
In his workshop, he formed yet, like his father on the potter's wheel, vases and pots, glazed and he was burning in your own oven. [?}
--His son Hans [*1901 - + 1965 @ Bad Bevensen ] took over the 1939 Workshop and specialized himself to share ovens. After the war began a building boom, and the laying of Industriekachein for bathrooms, kitchens, hallways and work areas, played a new role in this trade branch, so that his son Claus training in the fields completed and the master's exam, took off.

-- After the death of his father in 1965 Claus took over the workshop and modernized it operated pottery in the true sense of the potter's wheel, out since 1986 in Marion Jahn Dahlenburg. [ Because of privacy issues Hans wife and his children are not mentioned. ]


- Babel fish translation-
---[With earthwork, when putting on patches or when digging Pflanzlöchern for trees and bushes or with new buildings discover one now and then pieces of broken glass of burned clay/tone. Witness to the past, settlement finds or unloading place of a Töpfers, who e.g., does where he reduced alumina, which filled up developed pit with pieces of broken glass of broken Tonkrüge and such more? One probably operated the pottery in Dahlenburg for centuries. One predominantly manufactured utensils such as pots, plates, cups, bowls and vases. Only the citizen book registered few representatives of this age-old handicraft, like Christg. This year [1788], Jurg. Heinr. Schulz [1816], Joseph Met [1832], Wilhelm Treel [1834], so that it is to be assumed that only one pottery and/or 2 Töpferwerkstätten was present in Dahlenburg. On 19 January 1862 Töpfermeister Wilhelm Dietrich, born 1833 in Wörlitz, bought the cultivation citizen place Nr.48 von Tweele, after he " in; Hanoverian Unterhanenverband" taken up and from the Saxonian dismisses was. On May 1862 it put the citizen oath to 2 starting from and in June married it. Son Richard learned the handicraft and became additionally a furnace setter like his younger brother Carl of the 1908 the citizen oath carried out. Richard before-light 1897 Friederike Ulrich, a citizen daughter. In its workshop it formed still like its father on the Töpferscheibe vases and pots, which it glazed and in the own furnace burned. His son Hans undertook 1939 the crafts enterprise and specialized to set furnaces. After that a Baubooom, and played moving Industriekachein for bathrooms, kitchens, corridors and Werkräume began wars, a new role in this Handwerkszweig, so that son Claus put his training down in the ranges completed and the mastership examination. After the death of its father 1965 he took over the workshop and modernized her pottery in the actual sense, at which Töpferscheibe operated, implements since 1986 Marion Jahn in Dahlenburg.]


More in the book on the surname Dietrich
-- On page 24 under title Ehrentafel - Die Schützen König der Vergangnen 162 Jahr.
Year 1920 - Entry number 26 - R. Dietrich Töpfermeister.One entry 1880 for a Fritz Ulrich who is listed as a Sattler. pp.246.
--On page 67 r. Dietrich and C. Dietrich year 1933 - Buergermeister ratsherr Vorsteher
But there is a Rud. Dietrich also.? He is mentioned for years of 1935 and 1944.
--On page 259 - Christian Heuer in 1788 an old family of Dahlenburg His occupation is Töpfer. Heuer name in many variations is one of the Oldest families in Dahlenburg area. Ulrich is mentioned also with year 1835.
--On page 261 Hans Dietrich is mentioned in Dahlenburg 1931

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Source : Book -- Charlotte Wodaege: Dahleburg Streifzuege durch die Geschichte.
Herausgeber: Museumsverein Dahlenburg 1989. PP.124 [Article 2.2.5.] sub title :Töpfer
Gesamtherstellung: Bruckerei Peter Schlueter, ortsteil Gienau, 2121 Dahlenburg in Zusammenarbeit mit der Samtgemeindeverwaltung Dahlenburg.



Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Hohls site and Hans Heinrich Meyerhof link

http://www.feistel.org/sabine/hohls_heide.htm
| |____ Catharine Marie Sophie Hohls, b 11.Sep.1880 Wardboehmen d 20.Feb.1953 Kloddram
| Hans Heinrich Meyerhof, b 5.Sep.1876 Hohne, Bergen, d 22.Apr.1948 Kloddram
| m 2.May.1905 Bergen
| |
| |____ cont. see tree of Hans Heinrich Meyerhof (contains Sabine Feistel, nee Meyerhof)
|
|____ Johann Heinrich Hohls b 30.Mar.1842, d 26.Sep.1911

Monday, February 9, 2009

Family Found for Johann Juergen Meyerhoff of Lueneburg Originally comes from Bergen, Celle

http://www.feistel.org/sabine/meyerhof_heide.htm

http://www.feistel.org/sabine/hohls_heide.htm


"=======================================================================
Johann Juergen Meyerhoff, born 28.Aug.1798, Lueneburg; d. 10. Dec. 1863, Lueneburg
Margarethe Eleonore Strobel born 1806 Rostorf died 11.Mar.1892, Lueneburg
Marr. 28.Aug.1832, Lueneburg.
|
|____ Johann Heinrich Hermann Meyerhoff, b. 13.April.1833.
|
|____ Johann Christoph Carl Meyerhoff born. 25.Feb.1835, Lueneburg, died 24. Mar.1871, Lueneburg.
| Catharine Dorothee Elisabeth ROENNDAHL, b. 26.May.1837, Dahlenburg, died 6.Feb.1874, Lueneburg.
| m. 3.Feb.1861 in Lueneburg.
| |
| |____ Catharine Wilhelmine Dorothee (Minnie) Meyerhoff born 11. May. 1862 Lueneburg, d. 3.Oct.1947, Buffalo, NY.
| | William Bernhardt
| | Marr. 1883 Erie, PA
| | Div. 1894 Erie, PA
| |
| |____ Catharine Wilhelmine Dorothee (Minnie) Meyerhoff born 11.May.1862 Lueneburg, d. 3. Oct.1947, Buffalo, NY
| | Fred Wilson
| | marr.1902, Buffalo NY
| |
| |____ Catharine Wilhelmine Dorothee (Minnie) Meyerhoff born 11.May.1862 Lueneburg, d. 3. Oct.1947, Buffalo, NY
| | John Friendel
| | Mr. 1925 ?
| |
| |____ Georg Christoph Martin Meyerhoff b. 29. Nov. 1863, Lueneburg, d. 1.June.1865, Lueneburg.
| |
| |____ Elise Dorothee Meyerhoff , b. 7.Feb.1866, Lueneburg.
|
|____ Marie Wilhelmine Friederike Meyerhoff, b. 14.Jan.1837
| Heinrich Christoff Dettmer.
|"

"|____ Marie Wilhelmine Friederike Meyerhoff, b. 14.Jan.1837
| Heinrich Christoff Dettmer
| m. 13.Oct.1861, St. Michaelis
|
|____ Martin Friedrich Meyerhoff, b. 12.Feb.1839
|
|____Johann Friedrich Meyerhoff, b. 22. May.1841
| Marie Catharine Dorothee Stolzenberg, b. 29.Jan.1845 Ratzeburg
| m. 16.Sep.1866, St. Michaelis
|
|____ Sophie Louise Dorothea Meyerhoff, b. 18.Nov.1843.
|
|____ Ernst Wilhelm Meyerhoff, b. 20.Sept.1846
Sophie Charlotte Koch
m. 29.Sep.1872 St. Michaelis.

(Minnie immigrated 1881? into USA)
Data from the g-granddaughter of Minnie, Janet Yoder, mail to: JanetYoder@cs.com"

Note: Information is linked to http://www.dietmar-obermeyer.de/
and the Family Feistel link ---
http://www.feistel.org/
http://www.dietmar-obermeyer.de/BK6/Nachkommen/Dagefoerde.html

http://www.feistel.org/sabine/dageforde.htm


I hope you find something that pertains to you.

Sunday, February 8, 2009

Genealogy Dahlenburg's Dietrich, Dieterich, Burmeister, Ott, Ulrich, Schultz


1- DIETERICH, Andreas Benjamin Dieterich
Born: ABT 1712
Married:
ABT 1737

Other Spouses: ?
CHILDREN
Name:
DIETERICH, Johann Christoph David
Born: 30.NOV.17 @:
Oranienbaum
Married: 1763 @:
Woerlitz Anhalt-Zerbst, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany
His Wife: HUTH, Johanne Marie Elisabeth
Born: 3.OCT.1750 @
Woerlitz Anhalt-Zerbst, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany
Died:
Father: HUTH. Gottlieb Huth
Mother:


11- DIETERICH, Johann Christoph David
Born: 30.NOV.1738 @ Oranienbaum
Married: 16.OCT.1779 @
Woerlitz Anhalt-Zerbst, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany
Died:
Father: DIETERICH, Andeas Benjamin
Mother:
Other Spouses: ? [verh. Dieterich]
Wife: HUTH, Johanne Marie Elisabeth
Born: 3.OCT.1750 at:
Woerlitz Anhalt-Zerbst, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany
Died: at:
Father: HUTH, Gottlieb
Mother:
Other Spouses:
CHILDREN
Name: DIETRICH, Johann Christian
Born: 10.MAY.1787 @
Woerlitz Anhalt-Zerbst, Sachsen-Anhalt
Married: 28.JUL.1816 @
Woerlitz Anhalt-Zerbst, Sachsen-Anhalt
Died: 2.MAR.1859 @
Woerlitz Anhalt-Zerbst, Sachsen-Anhalt
Spouses:
NAUMANN, Henriette Leopoldine



111- DIETRICH, Johann Christian

Born: 10.MAY.1787 @Woerlitz Anhalt-Zerbst, Sachsen-Anhalt,
Married: 28.JUL.1816 @ Worlitz
Anhalt-Zerbst, Sachsen-Anhalt,
Died: 2.MAR.1859 @ Woertlitz Anhalt-Zerbst, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany
Father: DIETERICH, Johann Christoph David
Mother:
HUTH, Johanne Marie Elisabeth
Other Spouses:
Wife:
NAUMANN, Henriette Leopoldine
Born: 28.DEC.1789 @
Woerlitz Anhalt-Zerbst, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany
Died: 26.FEB.1845 @
Woerlitz Anhalt-Zerbst, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany
Father: NAUMANN, Andreas Daniel
Mother:
HALLE, Johanne Luise
Other Spouses:
CHILDREN
Name:
DIETRICH, Franz
Born: 27.AUG.1827 @
Woerlitz Anhalt-Zerbst, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany
Married:
Died: 4.FEB.1882 @
Woerlitz Anhalt-Zerbst, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany
Franz's Spouses: Unknown.

CHILDREN OF FRANZ:
DIETRICH, Robert Dietrich
*Born : 26,Mr,1866 @ Woerlitz
+ Died : 4.june.1932 @ Woerlitz

 
1Va- DIETRICH, Franz
Born: 27.AUG.1827  @ Woerlitz Anhalt-Zerbst, Sachsen-Anhalt  
Married:
Died: 4.FEB.1882 @
Woerlitz Anhalt-Zerbst, Sachsen-Anhalt
Father:
DIETRICH, Johann Christian
Mother:
NAUMANN, Henriette Leopoldine
Other Spouses:
Wife:
Born:
Died:
Father:
Mother:
Other Spouses:
CHILDREN
Name:
DIETRICH, Robert
Born: 26.APR.1866 @
Woerlitz Anhalt-Zerbst, Sachsen-Anhalt
Married:
Died: 4.JUN.1932 @
Woerlitz Anhalt-Zerbst, Sachsen-Anhalt
Spouses: ? -

*1Vb- DIETRICH, Gottlieb Wilhelm
Born: 27.MAR.1833 @ Woerlitz Anhalt-Zerbst, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany
Married: 3.JUN.1862 @ Zarrentin
Died: 7.DEC.1893 @ Dahlenburg
Spouses: OTT, Dorothea Sophie Wilhelmine E.
Married: 3.JUN.1862 @ Zarrentin
Gottlieb Wlm. Died: 7. DEC. 1893 @ Dahlenburg
Father: DIETRICH, Johann Christian
Mother: NAUMANN, Henriette Leopoldine
Other Spouses:
Wife: OTT, Dorothea Sophie Wilhelmine E.
Born: 18. JAN.1834 2 Zarrentin
Died: 21.FEB.1896 @ Dahlenburg
Father: OTT, Ernst Johann Joachim
Mother: BECKMANN, Maria Dorothea Friederica
Other Spouses:
CHILDREN
Name: DIETRICH, Wilhelm Carl Johannes
Born: 26.FEB.1863 @ Dahlenburg
Married: at:
Died: 12.JAN.1866 @ Dahlenburg
Spouses:
Name: DIETRICH, Wilhelmine Maria Charlotte
Born: 13.MAR.1865 @ Dahlenburg
Married:
Died:
Spouses:
Name: DIETRICH, Emma Elise Dorothea
Born: 11.MAR.1867 @ Dahlenburg
Married:
Died: 1879 @ Dahlenburg
Spouses:
Name: DIETRICH, Meta Margarethe Dorothea
Born: 22.MAR.1869 @ Dahlenburg
Married:
Died: 12.SEP.1871 @ Dahlenburg
Spouses:
Name: DIETRICH, _Richard_ Heinrich Wilhelm
Born: 29.NOV.1874 @ Dahlenburg
Married: 13.MAY.1897 @ Dahlenburg
Died: 10 APR 1939 @ Hamburg
Spouses: ULRICH, Sophie Dorothea Elis. Friederike
Name: DIETRICH, Carl Adolph Friedrich Dietrich
Born: 6.MAY.1877 @ Dahlenburg
Married: 30.JUL.1899 @ Wangelnstedt
Died:
Spouses: BEULSHAUSEN, Friederike Karoline Johanne



**V- DIETRICH, Richard Heinrich Wilhelm

* Born: 29.NOV.1874 @ Dahlenburg
Married: 13.MAY.1897 @ Dahlenburg
+ Died: 10.APR.1939 @ Hamburg
Father: DIETRICH, Gottlieb Wilhelm
Mother: OTT, Dorothea Sophie Wilhelmine E.
Other Spouses:
Wife: ULRICH, Sophie Dorothea Elis. Friederike
Born: 24.MAR.1875 @ Dahlenburg
Died: 11.DEC.1937 @ Dahlenburg
Father: ULRICH, Johann Friederich Ludolph
Mother: BURMESTER, Margarethe Elisabeth
Other Spouses:
CHILDREN
Name: DIETRICH, Margarethe Wilh. Charlot. Maria
Born: 27.FEB.1898 @ Dahlenburg
Married: 1.DEC.1922 @ Dahlenburg
Died: 9.APR.1948 @ Dahlenburg
Spouses: BURMEISTER, Karl Ludwig Heinrich
Name: DIETRICH, Hans
Born: 24.MAY.1901 @
Married:
Died: 11.JAN.1965 @ Bad Bevensen
Spouses: private ?
Name: private
Born:
Married:
Died:
Spouses: private
Died:
Spouses: Arnhold Toepffer



Now that I have given you a little more on the Dietrich family, I hope I can share something about their occupation which is mentioned in a book about Dahlenburg residents. Hopefully next post.

Occupation of Toepfer surnames Dietrich, Dieterich@ Dahlenburg

William and Richard Dietrich

Source : Charlotte Wodaege: Dahleburg Streifzuege durch die Geschichte.
Herausgeber: Museumsverein Dahlenburg 1989.
Gesamtherstellung: Bruckerei Peter Schlueter, ortsteil Gienau, 2121 Dahlenburg in Zusammenarbeit mit der Samtgemeindeverwaltung Dahlenburg.