Unnamed Infant Krein
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Unnamed Infant Krein (1792 - 1792)

Unnamed Infant Krein
Born in Evangelisch, Kellenbach, Rheinland, Prussiamap
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Died at age 0 in Evangelisch, Kellenbach, Rheinland, Prussiamap
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Unnamed Infant Krein died young.

Maria Margaretha Krein

Birth: 24 Nov 1792 Evangelisch, Kellenbach, Rheinland, Prussia

Death: 24 Nov 1792 Evangelisch, Kellenbach, Rheinland, Prussia


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Please note that this person and his or her siblings, Krein-23 and Krein-27 are all listed as being born within days of each other in late November of 1792. It is really possible for this person’s parents to have had a child on 21 Nov 1792, and another child 24 Nov 1792, plus another child on an unknown different day in November. It is theoretically possible that the three are triplets, but I find it more likely that these three siblings may be either twins, or even all the same person. I see sources for birth and baptism of one or more Kreins, born 24 Nov, 1792; but I am not finding any sources for death or burial. Based on the closeness of age, and how difficult it was for women to survive bearing twins and especially triplets in those times, I find it far more likely that this is either twins, one of whom died young and one of whom lived to adulthood; or a single child who, from sources, appears to lived to adulthood.
posted by P. Clinesmith

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