Saturday, September 27, 2008

Our Heins lived in Diesten, Nindorf, Siddernhausen, Muden, Creutzen bei Munster, Eichdorf, Oldendorf bei Nahrendorf

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In order to show location of my family line Heins, I am going to tell you where they lived briefly. I will try to make it clear by telling you who married whom. Now there is the basic 1 st generation Stammbaum Heins. Then we go down to 2nd generation to Juergen Heins or Heinss. On this page I show only this third generation of his two sons. Juergen and Peter. My family line follows Peter. It should be rather clear after that.
I hope you can see the places on the map. I put a little pointer on there for the starting point of Diesten.

1 Stammbaum Heins Bergen celle, Luneburg Stadt
11-((4) Juergen was born at Disten or Diesten.
00 1655 Bergen = 6 children Diesten
His frau Anna Straatmann of Eversen.
111 -(1) Juergen Heins [11- Juergen's son] -Diesten
Frau Cathrina Moileke
His son had five children at Diesten

111-(6)) Peter [ 11-Juergen son] * Diesten
frau #2 Anna Margareta Plesse of Enghusen 1 child born Diesten.
Frau #1 Anna Magdalena Hoijer or Houer of Sultze
1v-(3)) Juergen has 1 child born at Diesten.
00 Anna Brammer
v-(1)} Hans Juergen born *1772 at Nindorf 3 children
Frau Margaretha Elisabeth Graalheer[ maybe Bollerson]
v1-(3) Hans Henrich *8.04.1755 Nindorf
Frau Anna Catharina Koch of Belsen
Md. 10.11.1774 Bergen
11 Children * born at Siddernhausen
v11-(6)) Christoph Hinrich
* Siddernhausen.18.08.1792
Frau Cath. Dor. Winkelman of Sueltingen
5 childrens born Siddernhausen
v111-(3) Johann Heinrich *born Siddernhausen
Lived at Eichdorf, buried Nahrendorf
Frau Anna Maria Hencke from Kreutzen bei Munster.
1x-(1) Maria Dorothea *3. 06.1851 * Muden, Oertze = Fassberg ?
Lived Eichdorf and Oldendorf bei Nahrendorf
1x-(2) Heinrich *born unknown.
Lived Oldendorf. One Heins family member lived at Breese by Nahrendorf.

I have shown you Kreutzen bei Munster. Or you can go by the map label. Kreutzen Munster Soltau- Fallingbostel , Niedersachen. Besure to click on the - sign to give more area view.
Note: at we must remember to look for names under Fallingbostel.,+29633+Munster,+Soltau-Fallingbostel,+Niedersachsen,+Germany&ie=UTF8&cd=2&geocode=FfN3JwMdb4CaAA&ll=52.92122,10.126648&spn=0.023649,0.077248&z=14

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After that scroll down to Muden. Notice Trauen. Notice Poitzen. Sueltingen is to the left of Kreutzen or Creutzen. I do not see it on the map.
Our Meyerhof and Bergen is south more. Much further south is Belsen. East is Hermansburg and Suelze.
You can go way east to Uelzen. Then more east, we have our area Elbe.
Ahh it feels like home.

Any questions, email me or comment.
The details of the tree is either below or you can find them at the right in the archives. It is the oldest ancestor first and then the descendents.

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Interesting isn't it in this view. It's like a few black holes around those villages. Farmed? Taken in the spring? Probably it is black because it is the Luneburg Heath or Luneburger Heide region. The land is not like some other soils that are rich and black. This soil is sandy and not much will grow in it. In some areas it is Marshy. If hardly anything will grow, they raise sheep. And they let the beautiful Heath grow wild. To me it is nearly as good as the lavender of France regions. I guess you have to love variations of purple.

Now our area by the Elbe river. Oldendorf is a hop and a skip by Nahrendorf.

NAHRENDORF NIEDERSACHSEN GERMANY Geography Population Map City and cities coordinates location,10.019531&sspn=0.19949,0.617981&ie=UTF8&ll=52.796119,10.038071&spn=0.189737,0.617981&z=11

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