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Anna Elisabeth Bamberger (1705 - aft. 1751)

Anna Elisabeth Bamberger
Born in Leeuwarden, Friesland, Nederlandmap
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Wife of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
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Died after after age 45 in Leeuwarden, Friesland,map
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Biography

Nederlanders 1700-1811
Anna Elisabeth Bamberger is geboren in Friesland in 1705

Anna Elisabeth is baptized on Dec 2, 1705 in Leeuwarden. She is the daughter of Johannes Bamberger and Maria Hansen. Baptism was witnessed by J. Hansen Germeraad, Anna E. Smitt and Anna Rheimans. [1]


Sources

  1. DTB Dopen 1705, Leeuwarden, Friesland, Nederland. Akte 468 (1705-12-02), AlleFriezen accessed via WieWasWie,
  • Her daughter's death records.

Research report by Yvette Hoitink for Roberta Estes.

Footnote: Leeuwarden (Friesland, the Netherlands), overlijdensregister [Deathregister] 1821, record number A306; digital image, AlleFriezen (http://www.allefriezen.nl : accessed 8 September 2012); Death record of Anna Maria Hamerstein, d. Leeuwarden 31 July 1821.

Source text: [in the margin] 306 [end of margin] In the year one thousand eight hundred and twenty-one, the first day of the month of August in the morning at ten o’clock, appeared before us mayor officer of the Civil registration of the municipality of Leeuwarden, province of Vriesland [sic], Paulus Maart, aged thirty-three years, shoemaker, living in this location in the area letter A number fourteen, and Hendrik Smeding, aged fifty years, clerk, living in this location in the area letter B number hundred thirty-four, Who declared to us, that Anna Maria Hamerstein, aged seventy-fix years, housekeeper, born and living in Leeuwarden, wife of Jentje Aages Jonker, and daughter of Klaas Josua Hamerstein and Anna Elisabeth Pambergen, Died on the thirty-first of the monty of July in the evening at nine o’clock, in the house number hundred seventy-six Letter F, and have the declarers signed this record, after such had been read aloud to them, together with us. [signed] P. Maart H Smeding Pier Zeper





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