Anna Katharina Stumpf was born 27 April 1761 to Johannes Stumpf and Elisabetha Katharina Schmidt. She was baptized the 28 April 1761 at Kirtorf, Hessen. Her godmother was Anna Katharina Pflanz.
She married Christian Becker 15 April 1783 in Kirtorf.
Anna Katharina died a widow 12 August 1833 and was buried 14 August 1833 in Kirtorf. Paul Koch and Georg Lather were present at her burial.
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↑ Kirtorf Evangelische Kirche (Kirtorf, Alsfeld Kreis, Hessen), Kirchenbuch 1725-1768, page 228, entry 9, Anna Katharina Stumpf, baptized 28 April 1761; accessed via Archion.de > Hessen-Nassau: Zentralarchiv der Evang. Kirche > Dekanat Alsfeld > Kirtorf > ... Taufregister 1725-1768 > Image 116 of 370.
↑ Kirtorf Evangelische Kirche (Kirtorf, Alsfeld Kreis, Hessen), Kirchenbuch 1769-1807, page 679, entry 2, Joh. Christian Becker and Anna Katharina Stumpf, married 15 April 1783; accessed via Archion.de > Hessen-Nassau: Zentralarchiv der Evang. Kirche > Dekanat Alsfeld > Kirtorf > ... Trauregister 1769-1807 > Image 154 of 277.
↑ Kirtorf Evangelische Kirche (Kirtorf, Alsfeld Kreis, Hessen), Beerdigungsregister 1808-1856, page 393, Anna Katharina, Christian Beckers Witwe, buried 14 August 1833; accessed via Archion.de > Hessen-Nassau: Zentralarchiv der Evang. Kirche > Dekanat Alsfeld > Kirtorf > Beerdigungsregister 1808-1856 > Image 200 of 462.
Baptism record of daughter Elizabethe Catharina Becker, 26 June 1795 at Kirtorf, Hessen, Germany
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