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Anna Eleonore (Fischer) Bradtke (1846 - 1914)

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Anna Eleonore Bradtke formerly Fischer aka Koithan, Grosser
Born in Ostritz, Züllichau-Schwiebus, Brandenburg, Prussiamap [uncertain]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Wife of — married in Gnadenberg Lutheran Church, South Australiamap
Wife of — married in Bethanien, South Australia, Australiamap
Wife of — married in Neukirch, South Australia, Australiamap
Descendants descendants
Died in Tanunda, South Australia, Australiamap
Profile last modified | Created 20 Jul 2014
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Categories: San Francisco 1850 | Bethanien, South Australia | The Hummocks, South Australia | Gnadenberg, South Australia | Tabor Cemetery, Tanunda, South Australia.



This biography was auto-generated by a GEDCOM import.[1] It's a rough draft and needs to be edited.

Anna Elenore Fischer was born on 20 August 1846.

The place she came from is reported in some sources as "Ostritz / Zuellichau".[2] As boundaries and languages have changed several times since then, it is difficult to confirm where this means. There is a village named Ostrzyce that is now in the Gmina Trzebiechów, within Zielona Góra County in Poland. It is only about 12km from Sulechow, which is Züllichau in German. This may have been Ostritz before 1945[3]

She was four years old when her family (she was the middle of three sisters at that time) moved to South Australia on the San Francisco.[2] Three more sisters and two brothers were born at Bethanien (Bethany) in the Barossa Valley. Her father died in 1865 at Gnadenberg.

She was 19 when she married Johann Friedrich Koithan at Gnadenberg Lutheran Church on 13 October 1865. Their first son was born at Bethany. They had a total of ten children, born around Bethany, The Hummocks and Gnadenberg before her husband died in 1889 at Stonefield.

She married Hermann Eduard Ludwig Grosser on 13 December 1892 at Bethany. He died on 15 March 1896 at Ebenezer.

She married a third time in 1897 to Johann Ernst Heinrich Bradtke at Neukirch. Ernst died less than a year later on his farm at Mannanarie north of Jamestown. When Ernst died he left his estate, including the land, to his wife Anna Eleonore. She sold the land to Otto Ernst Bradtke on 11 May 1899.[4]


Date: 22 APR 1914
Place: Tanunda, South Australia, Australia[5]
Burial: Tabor cemetery, Tanunda


Husband: Hermann Eduard Louis Grosser
Wife: Anna Eleonore Fischer
Date: 13 DEC 1892
Place: Bethanien, South Australia, Australia[6]


  1. Fischer-1697 was created by Brendan Schulze through the import of KarlAlbertGrosser.ged on Jul 19, 2014. This comment and citation can be deleted after the biography has been edited and primary sources are included.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Passenger List - San Francisco, Hamburg to Adelaide, 1850
  3. German Wikipedia
  4. [ Mannanarie the first fifty years] Flinders Ranges Research
  5. Source: #S15 Page: Ang 383 220 Note: aged 67 years
  6. Source: #S27 Page: Ang V 173/846 Note: brides age 46 years - widow CONT grooms age 58 years - widower
  • Source: S15 Title: South Australian Government Statist, [Indexes] South Australian Death 1842-1916 Abbreviation: [Indexes] South Australian Death 1842-1916 Subsequent Source Citation Format: South Australian Government Statist, [Indexes] South Australian Death 1842-1916 BIBL South Australian Government Statist. [Indexes] South Australian Death 1842-1916. TMPLT

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