Source: S1358 Title: German Death and Burial Record for Johann Schmidt, Record Type: German Church Record, Name Of Person: Johann Schmidt, Location: Briesen, Czarnikau, Posen, Germany, Volume: Year book for 1845, File Reference: pp 47, record # 86, Film Number: LDS Film # 1194704 Abbreviation: German Death Record Repository: #R9
Repository: R9 Name: LDS Main Lib., Salt Lake City Address: City: Salt Lake City State: Utah
Source: S1379 Title: German Church Marriage for Andreas Schmidt and Susanne (Pietzin) Budzinski: German Parish Marriage Register, Record Type: German Church Marriage Register, Spouses' Names: Andreas Schmidt and Susanne (Pietzin) Budzinski, Manuscript Info: microfilmed copy of original church marriage register, Film Number: 1191147, pp 68 Abbreviation: Marriage Record-Schmidt Andreas Publication: 27 December 1808 Repository: #R9
↑ Source: #S1358 Page: FHC Film 1194704, Death and burial record for Johann Schmidt. The record states his father was Andreas Schmidt.
↑ Source: #S1379 Page: This second marriage for Andreas lists his age as 63, I am calculating his birth by this record.
↑ Source: #S1358 Page: FHC Film 1194704, Death and burial Church record for Johann Schmidt. The record states his mother was Dorothea Elftmann.
↑ Source: #S1379 Page: This appears to be a second marriage for both parties as it used the german word for widow and widower. Andreas is 63, Susanne is 55. The marriage takes place in Belsin, a small town near Briesen where Andreas is from.
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Andreas by comparing test results with other
carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Andreas: