Source: S194 Title: Letter-Archivist Helmut Zimmerman, Recipient: Marlene Dopp, Author Address: Graefenhainweg 38A D-30519 Hannover, Germany Abbreviation: Letter recieved/Zimmerman, Helmut-Archivist Author: Archvist Helmut Zimmerman Publication: June 1997 Note: Helmut Zimmerman is a retired archivist from the Hannover area in Germany. He was recommended to me by a Dr. Mlynek from the Stadtarchiv, Koebelinger Strasse in Hannover as a reliable person to hire for research. He transcribed records from microfilm and we met in Hannover to exchange research for the costs incurred. Unfortunaltely he did not make copies for me, so I only have his word that they are accurate. If those areas are ever filmed I can read the microfilms myself for validation. Repository: #R38
Repository: R38 Name: Hard Copy on file Address: 24000 S Skylane Dr City: Canby State: Oregon Postal Code: 97013-7773
↑ Source: #S194 Page: On her son's death record her first name is listed as Emma (?)
↑ Source: #S194 Page: Marriage record # 18 reads: "Benup, on 9 November1851 the bachelor cobbler Johann Heirich Friedrich Benup, born 30 March 1817,the legitimate son of Wilhelm Heinrich Benup of Steyerberg,and Sophie Catherine (born Lampe) and oldmaid Anna Geda Margaretha Fischer of Syke, born 31 July 1828, the legitimate daughter of Christoph Fischer and Margarethe (born Heuer). ....?..... The engagement was made public two Sundays, the 27th of July and the 3rd of August and there was no objection to the church marriage."
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Anna Gedha Margarethe by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Anna Gedha Margarethe: