Lisette Friederika Dorothea Schmidtbauer, 1785

Lisette Friederika Dorothea /Schmidtbauer/
Birth about 1785

MarriageHeinrich Carl v. SeitzbergView this family
November 14, 1813 (aged 28 years)

Family with Heinrich Carl v. Seitzberg
Birth: August 31, 1778 45 27Vor Frue sogn, Kbh.
Marriage MarriageNovember 14, 1813Wandsbek ved Hamborg, Tyskland
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Lisette Friederika Dorothea Schmidtbauer

Født: ca. 1785 - datter af Johann Georg Schmidtbauer af Schwerin og Maria Sophia f. Normann. Kilde:

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


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 -

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:

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: - om Wandsbek