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Heinrich Carl v. Seitzberg1778

Name
Heinrich Carl v. Seitzberg
Birth August 31, 1778 45 27
Alias
Heinrich Carl von Seitzberg

Christening September 9, 1778 (Age 9 days)
Birth of a brotherFriederich Clemens v. Seitzberg
November 19, 1781 (Age 3 years)
Occupation
Snedker i Wandsbek v. Hamborg

Christening of a brotherFriederich Clemens v. Seitzberg
December 4, 1781 (Age 3 years)
Birth of a brotherChristian Friderich August v. Seitzberg
February 5, 1785 (Age 6 years)
Christening of a brotherChristian Friderich August v. Seitzberg
March 6, 1785 (Age 6 years)
Death of a fatherSimon Philip Nerius v. Seitzberg
May 27, 1790 (Age 11 years)
MarriageLisette Friederika Dorothea SchmidtbauerView this family
November 14, 1813 (Age 35 years)
Death of a motherChristina Margrethe Borch
April 1818 (Age 39 years)
Death of a brotherFriederich Clemens v. Seitzberg
August 11, 1833 (Age 54 years)
Burial of a brotherFriederich Clemens v. Seitzberg
August 14, 1833 (Age 54 years)
Death of a sisterCharlotta Anna Margaretha v. Seitzberg
June 29, 1855 (Age 76 years)
Burial of a sisterCharlotta Anna Margaretha v. Seitzberg
July 5, 1855 (Age 76 years)
Death of a brotherChristian Friderich August v. Seitzberg
March 16, 1861 (Age 82 years)
Burial of a brotherChristian Friderich August v. Seitzberg
March 22, 1861 (Age 82 years)
Death

Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: December 16, 1774Frederiks Tyske Kirke, Kbh.
17 months
elder sister
2 years
himself
3 years
younger brother
3 years
younger brother
Father’s family with Johanna Amalia Ridlinger - View this family
father
step-mother
Marriage: 1753Nürnberg, Tyskland
10 years
half-brother
Father’s family with Anne Maria Olsen - View this family
father
step-mother
Marriage: September 11, 1772Frederiks Tyske Kirke, Kbh.
Family with Lisette Friederika Dorothea Schmidtbauer - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: November 14, 1813Wandsbek ved Hamborg, Tyskland

Shared note
Heinrich Carl von Seitzberg Født: 31-08-1778 i Kbh. og døbt 09-09-1778 i Frederiks Tyske Kirke - søn af Simon Philipp Neresius von Seitzberg og Christine Margaretha v. Seitzberg født Borck. Kilde: KB-opslag 86, nr. 19/825, side 164. Frederiks Tyske kirke. År 1760-1788. KB_083_1_007_K03-28-A. Konfirmeret 07-04-1893: Heinrich Carl Seitzberg bliver konfirmeret 07-04-1893 i Skt. Petri kirke, Kbh. Kilde: KB-opslag 58, nr. 10. Skt. Petri sogn. År 1767-1813. KB_011_1_010_K02-29-A Erhverv: Snedker i Wandsbek v. Hamborg Gift 14-11-1813: Heinrich Carl von Seitzberg, snedker i Wandsbek ved Hamborg, Tyskland, gifter sig 14-11-1813 i Wandsbek ved Hamborg, Tyskland med Lisette Friederika Dorothea Schmidtbauer. Kilde: Kirkebog Wandsbek - fra internet WAN280000 Seitzberg, v. Heinrich Carl *um1785 vh. 14.11.1813-61 Wandsb. Tischler (snedker) / Wandsbek So.v weiland (søn af afdøde) Simon Philipp Neresius von Seitzberg aus Kopenhagen So.v. weiland (søn af afdøde) Christine Magaretha Borch Schmidtbauer Lisette Frederika Dorothea *um1785 vh.14.11.1813-61 Wandsb. Wandsbek To,v, (datter af) Johann Georg Schmitbauer aus Schwerin To.v. (datter af) Maria Sophia Normann og Heinrich Carl von Seitzberg * um1785 vh. 14.11. 1813 Wandsb. Wandsbek / Tischler (snedker) Eltern: weil. (Forældre: afdøde) Simon Philipp Neresius von Seitzberg, Kopenhagen, u. weil. (og afdøde) Christine Margaretha geb. (født) Borck Kilde: WAN3-63830 Seitzberg - ahnenforschung-in-stormarn.de Lisette Friederika Dorothea Schmidtbauer * um1785 vh. 14.11. 1813 Wandsb. aus Wandsbek Eltern: (Forældre) Johann Georg Schmidtbauer, Schwerin, u. Maria Sophia geb. (født) Normann Quelle (Kilder): Ortsfamilienbuch Wandsbek (Manuskript), Brüggemann/Siegert/Dörling, 1940/1980/1990 og hjemmesiden: ahnenforschung-in-stormarn.de Wandsbek is an urban quarter in the Wandsbek borough of Hamburg, Germany, and the former city Wandsbek in the Duchy of Holstein. In 2006 the population was 32,350. Wandsbek was once part of the county Stormarn. It's villages were first mentioned in the middle of the 13th century. The name Wandsbek, Wandsbeck or (older) Wantesbeke derives from old Low Saxon ("Low German") for "border river" and the river Wandse was a natural territorial border. An old Danish phrase for stating that something is a fraud / unreliable is to claim that "det gælder ad Wandsbek[/Vandsbæk] til" (i.e. "this is valid in Wandsbeck."). Wandsbek was one of the three locations in the Danish monarchy where the first lottery drew its numbers, and this expression dates from the early years of this lottery's life where a number of people tried to claim prizes in Copenhagen with tickets from Wandsbeck. Since each of the three towns drew its own set of numbers, a ticket from one town was worthless in the two others.[1] Until 1864, Wandsbek was a part of the Duchy of Holstein and under the rule of the King of Denmark. Afterwards, it became part of the Prussian province Schleswig-Holstein. In 1937, the still Prussian city of Wandsbek joined the city of Hamburg through the Greater Hamburg Act. Kilde: en.wikipedia.org - om Wandsbek Folketælling: FT-1787: København (Staden), Nørre Kvarter, Sankt Peders Stræde 130, fam. nr. 5. Kilde: ddd.dda.dk, FT-1787, C0684: Philip Seisberg, 50, Gift, Hosbond, Pension fra Krigs Cassen - alias Simon Philip Nerius von Seitzberg, f. 19-04-1733 i Straubing, Bayern Christine, 36, Gift, Hustrue - alias Christine Margrethe Borch, f. ca. 1751 i Rendborg, Holsten. >> Carl, 9 år, Ugift, Deres Barn - alias Heinrich Carl von Seitzberg, f. 31-08-1778 i Kbh. Clemen, 5 år, Ugift, Deres Barn - alias Friederich Clemens von Seitzberg, f. 19-11-1781 i Kbh. Chalotte, 11 år, Ugift, Deres Barn - alias Charlotta Anna Margarethe von Seitzberg, f. 17. maj 1776 i Kbh. Friderich, 2 år, Ugift, Deres Barn - alias Christian Friedrich August von Seizberg, f. 05-02-1785 i Kbh. Maren, 18 år, Ugift, Tienestepige Raashagen, 26 år, Gift, Logerende, Skriver hos Secret.Bradt Kierstine, 24 år, Gift, Hans Kone Teresia, 1 år, Ugift, Deres Datter