Peter Andersen  Bundesen

Peter Andersen Bundesen[1, 2, 3]

Male 1825 - 1889  (63 years)

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  • Name Peter Andersen Bundesen 
    Nickname Peder/Anders 
    Born 28 May 1825  Lundtoft, Kliplev Sogn, Lundtoft Herred, Åbenrå Amt, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Kliplev Sogn, Lundtoft Herred, Åbenrå Amt
      Kliplev Kirkebog 1824 - 1859
      Kliplev Kirkebog 1825, Opslag 5, Birth No. 22
      Birth (Nativity) 28 Maii, christening (baptism) 5 Junii, Peter Andersen Bundesen des Kathner und Partmanns Peter Petersen Bundesen und ehe Botilla Maria Bundesen geb Jessen in Lundtoft legitimate son (ehelich Sohn).
      Gav: 1. Andreas Peter Bundesen in Uck, 2. Lorenz Svenzen Schmidt in Lundtoft, 3. Maren Balzersen in Lundtoft

      Peter Petersen Bundesen was a Kathner und Partmanns
      Kathner and Partmanns
      Kat(h)enmann - cottager with small house, garden, a little land for animals
      Kaet(h)ner - cottager with small house, garden, a little land for animals
      Köthener = Käthner = Viertelhuffener (quarter farmer),
      Partmanns =Farmer with a part sized farm
    Christened 05 Jun 1825  Kliplev Kirke Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Gevatter: 1 Andreas Peter Bundesen from Uck: 2. Lorenz Svenzen Schmidt in Lundtoft: 3. Maren Balzersen in Lundtoft.
      Gevatter: 1 Andreas Peter Bundesen aus Uck: 2. Lorenz Svenzen Schmidt in Lundtoft: 3. Maren Balzersen in Lundtoft.

      Andreas Peter Bundesen from Uck was his Uncle
    Gender Male 
    Confirmation 21 Mar 1841  Kliplev Kirke Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Kliplev Kirkebog 1824-1859: Opslag 354: Confirmation No. 1
    Census 1860  Parish: Ensted Place name: Styrtom Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Census year: FT-1860 County: Aabenraa District: Lundtoft Parish: Ensted Place name: Styrtom
    Title no /address: 9 Hus Household-/ family no: 184 Source entry no: C8166 Record no: 959

    Source: Styrtom Name: Peter Andersen Bundesen Sex: M Age: 35 Position in household: Husfader, Vejmand Marital status: Gift Birth place: Lundtoft Parish: C8166 District: FT-1860 County: 959 Place name: Styrtom Household-/family no: 184 Title no/address: 9 Hus Source entry no: C8166 Record no.: 959

    Source: Styrtom Name: Cathrina Maria f. Petersen Sex: K Age: 26 Position in household: Hans kone Marital status: Gift Birth place: Rinkenæs Parish: C8166 District: FT-1860 County: 960 Place name: Styrtom Household-/family no: 184 Source entry no: C8166 Record no.: 960

    Source: Styrtom Name: Botilde Maria Christ. Bundesen Sex: K Age: 4 Position in household: Deres børn Marital status: Ugift Birth place: Lundtoft Parish: C8166 District: FT-1860 County: 961 Place name: Styrtom Household-/family no: 184 Title no/address: 9 Hus Source entry no: C8166 Record no.: 961

    Source: Styrtom Name: Cathrine Maria F. Bundesen Sex: K Age: 1 Position in household: Deres børn Marital status: Ugift Birth place: Styrtom Parish: C8166 District: FT-1860 County: 962 Place name: Styrtom Household-/family no: 184 Title no/address: 9 Hus Source entry no: C8166 Record no.: 962
     
    Emmigration 6 Nov 1873  The Brisbane Courier, Queensland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    The arrival of the Humboldt at White Cliffs, Hervey Bay

    The Maryborough Chronicle of the 6th instant reports that the German immigrant ship Humboldt left Hamburg on the 3rd of July, 1873, carrying 379 passengers including 118 children under 12 years of age of whom 18 were infants under 1 year. Soon after sailing, scarlantina appeared on board, but in consequence of the perfect isoation isolation of thoso affwsted, the desease was confined to a comparitavely small portion of the children. 18 of whom were affected -the last on the 4th of October.Three adults were also attacked. Among the numerous children whooping cough also broke out, about 30 of them were affected. Afterwards under the influence of cold weather in the southern latitudes, broncitis arose and carried off some of them. Near the conclusion of the voyage, survey appeared among the adults. this was the natural consequence of neglect of sufficient exercise, to which the women with large familiesare particularilr prone. Water and provisions were of the best quality. A condenser was on board the ship. the deaths on board included one adult female, after confinement: 7 infants under1 year: 9 children under 2 years, mostly of bronchitis: 6 children under 6 years.
    Apart from the few cases of scurvy already mentioned, the health of the adults was most excellent, no serious desease having occured among them. Eight children were born on board the ship, three of them during her anchorage at White Cliffs, Hervey's Bay, the health officer ordered her to undergo six days quarantine, there having been contagious desease on board. This time was spent in cleaning and boiling everything used by the passengers during the voyage, a practice which is to be commended for all immigrant ships, in order that every possibility of the germs of contagion or of infection being afterwards on land in clothes or bedding may be precluded.
    Transcribed from the "The Brisbane Courier, Queensland, Thursday 27 November 1873
     
    Occupation 1854 - 1873  Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Occupations of Peter Andersen Bundesen in Denmark:

    1854, 28 Febuary, Lundtoft, Kliplev Parish
    Inderste Peter Andersen Bundesen
    [inderste = lodger (as in a house - living as a renter]

    1856, March 5. When Friederich Petersen died, his daughter Catharina Maria was married to Kaadner [Farmer] Peter Andersen Bundesen in Lundtoft

    1856, 30 November, Stortom [Strytom], Ensted Parish
    Hussinderste [House tennant] and Chaussevagter Peter Andersen Bundesen

    [Chaussevaeghter. Chausse were the stones to pave the road. Vaegter= Watchman. Peter`s work was to watch the road to see if it needed repairing. Peter and Catherine lived in Stortom, Kliplev Parish, Lundtoft District , Aabenraa County]

    1859, 28 Feb, Styrtom
    Chausseopsynsmand Peter Andersen Bundesen in Styrtom, Ensted Parish

    Chausse , stones for paving the road. Opsmand = the man who keeps an eye on the road to see if it needed repairing ( opsyn = obseve and mand= man)

    Jan 1860, Census, Styrtom, Ensted Parish
    Peter Andersen Bundesen 35 Gift Husfader, Vejmand Lundtoft [vej = road, route, way: Mand = man]
    Chausseopsynsmand Peter Andersen Bundesen

    1862, March 10, Holbol Bomhuss
    Bommand Peter Andersen Bundesen in Holbol Bomhuss [Toll house]
    A Bommand was a Gate Keeper. He lived in a house at the gates of the town. He collected customs duty at the town gate. from people coming from the country to a market town with farm produce to sell.

    (On 31 Aug 1862 Peter Anderson Bondesen in Holdbi was first Sponser for his nephew Peter Andersen Thomsen)

    1864, October 14, Holbol Bomhuss
    Bommand Peter Andersen Bundesen in Holbol Bomhuss [Toll House]
    Peter Andersen Bundesen is still the Bommand. This possibly included taking tolls from travellers on the Flensburg Road.

    1867, May 5 Styrtom
    Bommand Peter Andersen Bundesen in Strytom [Stortom], Ensted Parish

    27 Jan 1870- 27 Feb 1870: Living in Quars, Kværs Parish, Aabenraa County Birth of Marie Caroline Amalie Bundesen.

    Boels Parcelist Peter Andersen Bundesen.
    Boels: Farmer; Parcelist: Owner of a house and enough land for a garden.

    2 Apr 1871: Quars Mark, Kværs Parish, Aabenraa County. confirmation of Anthilde Marie Christine Bundesen in Kværs Kirke
    Parcelist Peter Andersen Bundesen.

    A Parcelist is an owner of a house and enough land for a garden

    After 2 Apr 1871 and until 14 June 1873. Hussum, Tonder County

    1873
    Landmand in Husum

    1873 Emigration:
    Nordfriisk Instituut - Auswanderer-Archiv Nordfriesland
    BUNDESEN, PETER - 1873 with family


     
    Residence 1825 - 1873  Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Places of Residence Denmark:
    28 May 1825 to 1841; Lundtoft, Kliplev Parish; Birth and Confirmation of Peter Andersen Bundesen

    9 Apr. 1853 and 16 May 1853: Lundtoft, Kliplev Parish Lundtoft District Aaabenraa County; Engagement and marriage to Catharina Maria Petersen

    1854
    Inderste Peter Andersen Bundesen
    [inderste = lodger (as in a house - living as a renter]

    28 Feb. 1854; Lundtoft, Kliplev Parish, Lundtoft District, Aabenraa County: Birth of Anna Helena Bundesen and christenening 24 March 1854 Inderste[Tenant] Peter Andersen Bundesen

    5 Mar 1856. Lundtoft, Kliplev Parish, Lundtoft District, Aabenraa County. Death of Friederich Friederichsen. His daughter Maria Catharina was married to Kaadner [Farmer] Peter Andersen Bundesen in Lundtoft.

    30 Nov. 1856: Stortom [Styrtom], Ensted Parish, Lundtoft District, Aabenraa County: Birth of Anthilde Marie Christine Bundesen and christening on 20 Dec.1856. [Hussinderste [ tennant] and Chaussevagter Peter Andersen Bundesen]

    26 Dec. 1856: Lundtoft, Kliplev Parish: Death in Lundtoft of Anna Helena Bundesen and burial on 1 Jan. 1857

    28 Feb. 1859; Styrtom, Ensted Parish: Birth of Catharine Maria Frederikke Bundesen and christening on 13 March 1859 [Chausseopsynsmand Peter Andersen Bundesen]

    Jan. 1860: Styrtom, Ensted Parish
    Census year: FT-1860 County: Aabenraa District: Lundtoft Parish: Ensted Place name: Styrtom
    Household-/ family no: 184 Source entry no: C8166 Record no: 959

    Peter Andersen Bundesen 35 Gift Husfader, Vejmand Lundtoft [Birthplace]
    [vej = road, route, way: Mand = man]

    9 Sep 1860: Catharina Maria Bundesen in Styrtom was the first Sponser at the christening of Anna Christine Lorentzen, daughter of Andreas Lorentzen and his wife Ellen Marie Bundesen [Peter Andersen Bundesen's sister]Anna Christine Lorentzen was born in Ensted Parish on 16 Aug 1860 and christened in Ensted Kirke. The second witness was her Uncle Peter Petersen Bundesen in Lundtoft

    10 March 1862: Holbol Bomhuss [Holbol Bommand's House = Toll house], Holbol Parish, Aabenraa County; Birth of Helene Marie Bundesen in the Holbol, Bommand's House and christening on 23 March 1862. Helene Marie Bundesen died in Aabenraa, Aabenraa County on 28 May 1866 and was buried on 1 Jun. 1866; Age 4 years and 3 months. [Bommand Peter Andersen Bundesen]

    [Holbol Bomhuss = Holbol Toll house]

    1862, 31 August: Peter Andersen Bondesen in Holdbi was the first witness [godfather?] at the christening of Peter Andersen Thomsen, son of his sister Kiesten Marie Bundesen and Andreas Thomsen.

    14 Oct.1864: Holbol Bomhuss; Birth of Petra Christina Elizabeth Bundesen and christening on 6 Nov. 1864 [Bommand Peter Andersen Bundesen]

    Peter Andersen Bundesen was Innkeeper of the Holdbi Kro [Kro =hotel] from 1860-1865. He had a contract there to for claiming tolls from travellers on the Flensburg Road. This must fit in when he was the Bommand in the Holbol Bommand's House.

    Holbi Kro is 20 Kilometres south of Aabenraa on the Flensburg Road [left hand side].

    There is no mention of him being an Innkeeper on any of the children's birth certificates though.
    A Bommand was a toll man & Gate Keeper. He lived in a house at the gates of the town. He collected customs duty at the town gate. from people coming from the country to a market town with farm produce to sell.

    Kruså-Holdbi Kro
    In the middle of the beautiful scenery in the southern part of Jutland ? only three kilometers from the German border ? you will find a traditional Danish inn. It is the ?Holdbi Kro? near Kruså. Entering the premises, you instantly get the sensation that something special is awaiting you. In the early days, the building was commonly referred to as the Royal Privileged Holdbi Inn but, in 1981, the old buildings were taken over and renovated by A Hereford Beefstouw. The eldest son of the Damgaard family, architect Søren Damgaard, was in charge of the restoration.
    The cozy thatched house dates back to 1847 and the inn is rich with stories of its history. According to the A Hereford Beefstouw tradition, the restaurant houses several pieces of art. The walls are decorated with paintings by Henry Heerup, amongst others. A decanting machine holds a prominent position in the middle of the room and has become a natural part of the interior ? just like the classic grill, the salad bar and the solid wooden tables.
    The restaurant in Kruså has room for 56 dining guests and it is possible to arrange for larger parties in separate rooms connected to the restaurant.

    28 May 1866; Aabenraa, Aabenraa County: Helene Marie Bundesen died in Aabenraa, Aabenraa County and was buried on 1 Jun. 1866: Age 4 years and 3 months.

    5 May 1867; Styrtom, Ensted Parish, Aabenraa County; Birth of Peter Johan Bundesen and christening on 10 June 1867. [Bommand Peter Andersen Bundesen]

    21 Jun.1868: Cliplefmark, Kliplev Parish, first witness at the christening of Asmus Friedrich Hansen. He was the son of Metta Marie Petersen and Jorgen Hansen.
    Asmus was christened in Rinkenaes Kirke.
    Metta Marie Petersen was the sister of Catharina Maria Petersen

    27 Jan 1870 -27 Feb 1870: Quars, Kværs Parish Aabenraa County: Birth and christening of Marie Caroline Amalie Bundesen.

    2 Apr 1871: Quars Mark, Kværs Parish, Aabenraa County. confirmation of Anthilde Marie Christine Bundesen in Kværs Kirke

    After 2 Apr 1871 and until 14 June 1873 or shortly after. Husum, Tonder County

    The Bundesen's Emigration Ticket was Number 4215 and issued on 14 Jun.1873 in the Jutland Peninsulia. Last residence Husum in Tonder County

    1873 Emigration:
    Nordfriisk Instituut - Auswanderer-Archiv Nordfriesland
    BUNDESEN, PETER - 1873 with family

    They boarded the Humboldt at Hamburg on 30 Jun.1873.
     
    Personal 22 Nov 1873  Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN THE POST OFFICE, MARYBOROUGH.
    If not claimed or before the 16th Decem ber, 1873, will be forwarded to the Dead Letter Office, Brisbane.
    Saturday, 22 November 1873
    Bundesen, Peter
    Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland,  
    Personal 24 Jun 1875  Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    £1 Reward
    LOST, from Tinana, a GREY HORSE, branded FG on left shoulder. Whoever brings the same to MR. HILL, Cornstalk Hotel, will receive the above reward.
    P. BUNDESEN.
    Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland, Thursday 24 June 1875
     
    Naturalization 1878  Tiaro, Queensland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    NAME: BUNDESEN, Katrina Maria: Number: 155: Year: 1898: ID: 882279: Prev Sys: SCT/CF28: M/film No. Z2211
    NAME: BUNDESEN, Peter: Number: 4236: Year: ID: 1878: 882264: SCT/CF13:: M/film No. Z2204
    NAME: BUNDESEN, Peter Johan: Number: 154:Year: 1898: ID: 882279: Prev Sys SCT/CF28: M/film No. Z2211
    (Combined Index to Naturalisations 1851 -1904, State Archives, Queensland)
     
    Queensland Electoral Roll 1879  Mount Pleasant, Parish Street, Mary River, Tiaro Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Queensland Electoral Roll 1870 -1879
    Division of Wide Bay: Subdivision of Tiaro
    Bundesen, Peter Andersen
    1879: Freehold, Mount Pleasant, Parish Street,Mary River
     
    Personal 17 Aug 1883  Goorah near Gundiah Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Name: Bunderson
    First Name: Peter Andersen
    Title:
    Run or Farm: Goorah
    Nearest Post Town: Gundiah
    Brand: AB5
    Certificate Number: B20997
    Date: 17 August 1883
    Page: 521
    Type: Registration
    State: Queensland
    Country: Australia
    (Queensland Horse and Cattle Brands Index 1872-1899) 
    Personal 17 Aug 1883  Near Gundiah Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Name: Bunderson: First Name: Peter Andersen: Nearest Post Town: Gundiah: Date: 17 August 1883.

    Last Name: Bundersen: First Name: Peter Petersen: Nearest Post Town: Gundiah: Date: 17 August 1883.
    (Queensland Horse and Cattle Brands Index 1872-1899)
     
    Land 2 Oct 1884  Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    GYMPIE LAND COURT.
    At the usual monthly sitting of the Gvmpie Land Court held yesterday morning, before Mr. Commissioner Board, the following applications were dealt with:
    Homestead.
    P. A. Bundesen, 85 acres, Gundiah; granted.
    Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland, Thursday 2 October 1884 
    Drowning 2 Mar 1887  Mary River Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Queensland Police Gazette 1887
    Name: Anton Emil Andreas, Labourer, age 24
    Place of Death: Mary River
    Police District: Tiaro
    Supposed Cause of Death: Drowning
    Persons last seen in company of Deceased: P. A. Bundersen
    By whom reported: J. McKewan, J.P
    Inquest: yes

    TIARO
    (From our own Correspondent)
    March 1
    Since Saturday morning the water has been gradually disappearing from the fertile banks of the river under cultivation, and the crops to a great extent are seen to be levelled and where the corn is left standing it is found to be quite spoilt, as in less than 24 hours the grains crack and commence growing. The houses that were submerged are in a most deplorable state, being covered with mud, and it is impossible at present to calculate the loss sustained by the farmers. A farmer at Gundiah, in describing his loss by the flood, states that not only was the corn ready to pick carried away by the waters and the winter crop completely spoiled, but the surface of the land, ploughed deep, was completely washed away, ruining the farm, and this is by no means an individual case. Considerable damage has been done to fencing, culverts and roads throughout the Tiaro Division; at Teebar and Clifton the damage to fences was great and the loss of stock not yet known, but several carcases of drowned horses have been found.
    The water in Teebar Creek was 6 feet higher than in the '75 flood, but happily only one life has been lost-namely, Anton Emill Anderson, nephew of the man Joaaeson who was drowned at Miva crossing about a month ago. Deceased was employed at Mr. Bundersen's farm as a labourer, and Mr. Bundersen, seeing a lot of cockatoos on a patch of corn left, high and dry by the flood, caught a horse with the intention of swimming a creek that intervened, in order to drive the cockatoos away. Anderson asked where he was going, and being told, said you are an old man, let me go, I am younger than you. After some persuasion, Buudersen consented, and Anderson rode into the creek, which was backed up by the flood waters; there was no current. After getting in a little way, both horse and man went under. The carcass of the horse was got about an hour after, but up to the present the body of the man is not recovered. The friends of the deceased and the police are making every effort to recover the body.
    Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland, Wednesday, 2 March 1887
     
    Emigration 30 Jun1873  From Husum, Husum i Tønder via København and Hamburg to Queensland, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Peter Andersen Bundesen and Catherine Marie Petersen and their children emigrated in 1873.

    Their Ticket No was 4215 and issued on 14 Jun 1873 in the Jutland Peninsulia.

    Last residence: Husum in Tonder County
    They emigrated on th ship Humboldt, which sailed from Hamburg on 30 Jun 1873 and arrived in Queensland Australia on 30 Nov. 1873.

    HUMBOLDT 05 11 1873 ... ... Hamburg 30 06 1873 PL M471 (ima 3/4) [ Migrant Shipping Arriving in Queensland Australia]

    Index to Registers of Immigrant Ships' Arrivals 1848-1912
    NAME: BUNDESEN Authilde: Age: 16: Ship: Humboldt: Date: 29 Oct 1873: Location : IMM/114: M/film 1: 492 Z1958: Microfilm 2 M1697
    NAME: BUNDESEN Cathrine: Age: 15: Ship: Humboldt 29 Oct 1873:Location: IMM/114: Microfilm 1 : 492 Z1958: Microfilm 2: M1697
    NAME: BUNDESEN Cathrine: Age: 39: Ship: Humboldt 29 Oct 1873:Location: IMM/114: Microfilm 1 : 489 Z1958: Microfilm 2: M1697
    NAME: BUNDESEN Mary: Age: 3: Ship: Humboldt 29 Oct 1873: Location: IMM/114: Microfilm 1: 489 Z1958: Microfilm 2: M1697
    NAME: BUNDESEN Peder: Age: 48: Ship; Humboldt 29 Oct 1873:Location :IMM/114: Microfilm 1: 489 Z1958: Microfilm 2 M1697
    NAME: BUNDESEN Peter: Age: 6: Ship Humboldt 29 Oct 1873:Location: IMM/114: Microfilm 1 : 489 Z1958: Microfilm 2 : M1697
    NAME: BUNDESEN Petra: Age: 8: Ship: Humboldt 29 Oct 1873: Location : IMM/114: Microfilm 1 : 489 Z1958: Microfilm 2: M1697

    Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1850-1934

    Name: Peder Bundesen
    Departure Date: 3 Jul 1873
    Destination: Queensland
    Birth Date: abt 1825
    Age: 48
    Gender: männlich (Male)
    Residence: Husum, Schleswig (Schleswig-Holstein)
    Occupation: Arbeiter
    Ship Name: Humboldt
    Captain: Busch
    Shipping line: Rob. M. Sloman & Co.
    Shipping Clerk: Louis Knorr & Co.
    Ship Type: Segelschiff
    Accommodation: ohne Angabe
    Ship Flag: Deutschland
    Port of Departure: Hamburg
    Port of Arrival: Queensland
    Volume: 373-7 I, VIII A 1 Band 029 A
    (Staatsarchiv Hamburg; Hamburg, Deutschland; Hamburger Passagierlisten, Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1850-1934 )

    Name: Cathrina Bundesen
    Departure Date: 3 Jul 1873
    Destination: Queensland
    Birth Date: abt 1834
    Age: 39
    Gender: weiblich (Female)
    Relationship: Frau (Wife)
    Residence: Husum, Schleswig (Schleswig-Holstein)
    Ship Name: Humboldt
    Captain: Busch
    Shipping line: Rob. M. Sloman & Co.
    Shipping Clerk: Louis Knorr & Co.
    Ship Type: Segelschiff
    Accommodation: ohne Angabe
    Ship Flag: Deutschland
    Port of Departure: Hamburg
    Port of Arrival: Queensland

    (Staatsarchiv Hamburg; Hamburg, Deutschland; Hamburger Passagierlisten, Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1850-1934 )


    Name: Anthilde Bundesen
    Departure Date: 3 Jul 1873
    Destination: Queensland
    Birth Date: abt 1857
    Age: 16
    Gender: weiblich (Female)
    Relationship: Kind (Child)
    Residence: Husum, Schleswig (Schleswig-Holstein)
    Ship Name: Humboldt
    Captain: Busch
    Shipping line: Rob. M. Sloman & Co.
    Shipping Clerk: Louis Knorr & Co.
    Ship Type: Segelschiff
    Accommodation: ohne Angabe
    Ship Flag: Deutschland
    Port of Departure: Hamburg
    Port of Arrival: Queensland
    Volume: 373-7 I, VIII A 1 Band 029 A
    (Staatsarchiv Hamburg; Hamburg, Deutschland; Hamburger Passagierlisten, Hamburg Passenger
    Lists, 1850-1934)

    Name: Cathrine Bundesen
    Departure Date: 3 Jul 1873
    Destination: Queensland
    Birth Date: abt 1858
    Age: 15
    Gender: weiblich (Female)
    Relationship: Kind (Child)
    Residence: Husum, Schleswig (Schleswig-Holstein)
    Ship Name: Humboldt
    Captain: Busch
    Shipping line: Rob. M. Sloman & Co.
    Shipping Clerk: Louis Knorr & Co.
    Ship Type: Segelschiff
    Accommodation: ohne Angabe
    Ship Flag: Deutschland
    Port of Departure: Hamburg
    Port of Arrival: Queensland
    (Staatsarchiv Hamburg; Hamburg, Deutschland; Hamburger Passagierlisten, Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1850-1934)

    Name: Petra Bundesen
    Departure Date: 3 Jul 1873
    Destination: Queensland
    Birth Date: abt 1865
    Age: 8
    Gender: weiblich (Female)
    Relationship: Kind (Child)
    Residence: Husum, Schleswig (Schleswig-Holstein)
    Ship Name: Humboldt
    Captain: Busch
    Shipping line: Rob. M. Sloman & Co.
    Shipping Clerk: Louis Knorr & Co.
    Ship Type: Segelschiff
    Accommodation: ohne Angabe
    Ship Flag: Deutschland
    Port of Departure: Hamburg
    Port of Arrival: Queensland
    (Staatsarchiv Hamburg; Hamburg, Deutschland; Hamburger Passagierlisten, Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1850-1934)

    (Staatsarchiv Hamburg; Hamburg, Deutschland; Hamburger Passagierlisten, Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1850-1934)

    Name: Peter Bundesen
    Departure Date: 3 Jul 1873
    Destination: Queensland
    Birth Date: abt 1867
    Age: 6
    Gender: männlich (Male)
    Relationship: Kind (Child)
    Residence: Husum, Schleswig (Schleswig-Holstein)
    Ship Name: Humboldt
    Captain: Busch
    Shipping line: Rob. M. Sloman & Co.
    Shipping Clerk: Louis Knorr & Co.
    Ship Type: Segelschiff
    Accommodation: ohne Angabe
    Ship Flag: Deutschland
    Port of Departure: Hamburg
    Port of Arrival: Queensland
    (Staatsarchiv Hamburg; Hamburg, Deutschland; Hamburger Passagierlisten, Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1850-1934)

    Name: Marie Bundesen
    Departure Date: 3 Jul 1873
    Destination: Queensland
    Birth Date: abt 1870
    Age: 3
    Gender: weiblich (Female)
    Relationship: Kind (Child)
    Residence: Husum, Schleswig (Schleswig-Holstein)
    Ship Name: Humboldt
    Captain: Busch
    Shipping line: Rob. M. Sloman & Co.
    Shipping Clerk: Louis Knorr & Co.
    Ship Type: Segelschiff
    Accommodation: ohne Angabe
    Ship Flag: Deutschland
    Port of Departure: Hamburg
    Port of Arrival: Queensland
    (Staatsarchiv Hamburg; Hamburg, Deutschland; Hamburger Passagierlisten, Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1850-1934)

    HUMBOLDT
    The Hamburg ship HUMBOLDT was built at Glasgow by Alexander Stephen, for the Hamburg shipowner Robert Miles Sloman, as a replacement for a vessel of the same name which had been lost in 1866; registered 31 May 1867. 309 Commerzlasten / 719 tons; 50,3 x 9,1 x 5,64 meters (length x beam x depth of hold).
    Master from 1872-1878 was H. D. Busch
    1872-1877 - H. D. Busch
    1873/74 - Queensland/intermediate ports/Bremerhaven
    On 9 March 1897, the HUMBOLDT was sold to the Hamburg firm of Fontes, Friedrichs & Kracht. In 1898, she was owned by de Freitas, of Para, and sailed under the name LENOR.
    [Source: Palmer List of Merchant Vessels]
    Note for the PORT of BREMERHAVEN
    BREMERHAVEN is a Seaport town of Germany in the Free State of Breman, on the right Bank and Estuary of the Weser.

    The Maryborough Chronicle of the 6th instant reports that the German immigrant ship Humboldt left Hamburg on the 3rd of July, 1873, carrying 379 passengers including 118 children under 12 years of age of whom 18 were infants under 1 year. Soon after sailing, scarlantina appeared on board, but in consequence of the perfect isoation isolation of thoso affwsted, the desease was confined to a comparitavely small portion of the children. 18 of whom were affected -the last on the 4th of October.Three adults were also attacked. Among the numerous children whooping cough also broke out, about 30 of them were affected. Afterwards under the influence of cold weather in the southern latitudes, broncitis arose and carried off some of them. Near the conclusion of the voyage, survey appeared among the adults. this was the natural consequence of neglect of sufficient exercise, to which the women with large familiesare particularilr prone. Water and provisions were of the best quality. A condenser was on board the ship. the deaths on board included one adult female, after confinement: 7 infants under1 year: 9 children under 2 years, mostly of bronchitis: 6 children under 6 years.
    Apart from the few cases of scurvy already mentioned, the health of the adults was most excellent, no serious desease having occured among them. Eight children were born on board the ship, three of them during her anchorage at White Cliffs, Hervey's Bay, the health officer ordered her to undergo six days quarantine, there having been contagious desease on board. This time was spent in cleaning and boiling everything used by the passengers during the voyage, a practice which is to be commended for all immigrant ships, in order that every possibility of the germs of contagion or of infection being afterwards on land in clothes or bedding may be precluded.
    Transcribed from the "The Brisbane Courier, Queensland, Thursday 27 November 1873

    First Name - Peder
    Last Name - Bundesen
    Age - 48
    Town - Husum
    City - Hamburg
    State - Schleswig
    Event Year - 1873
    Gender - m
    Ship Name - Humboldt
    Destination - Queensland
    Passenger Number - 117
    Standing - Arbeiter
    Country - Australia
    State - Queensland

    First Name - Cathrina
    Last Name - Bundesen
    Age - 39
    Town - Husum
    City - Hamburg
    State - Schleswig
    Event Year - 1873
    Gender - f
    Ship Name - Humboldt
    Destination - Queensland
    Passenger Number - 118
    Standing - Frau
    Country - Australia
    State - Queensland

    irst Name - Petra
    Last Name - Bundesen
    Age - 8
    Town - Husum
    City - Hamburg
    State - Schleswig
    Event Year - 1873
    Gender - f
    Ship Name - Humboldt
    Destination - Queensland
    Passenger Number - 119
    Standing - Kind
    Country - Australia
    State - Queensland

    First Name - Peter
    Last Name - Bundesen
    Age - 6
    Town - Husum
    City - Hamburg
    State - Schleswig
    Event Year - 1873
    Gender - m
    Ship Name - Humboldt
    Destination - Queensland
    Passenger Number - 120
    Standing - Kind
    Country - Australia
    State - Queensland

    First Name - Marie
    Last Name - Bundesen
    Age - 3
    Town - Husum
    City - Hamburg
    State - Schleswig
    Event Year - 1873
    Gender - f
    Ship Name - Humboldt
    Destination - Queensland
    Passenger Number - 121
    Standing - Kind
    Country - Australia
    State - Queensland

    First Name - Anthilde
    Last Name - Bundesen
    Age - 16
    Town - Husum
    City - Hamburg
    State - Schleswig
    Event Year - 1873
    Gender - f
    Ship Name - Humboldt
    Destination - Queensland
    Passenger Number - 122
    Standing - Kind
    Country - Australia
    State - Queensland

    First Name - Cathrine
    Last Name - Bundesen
    Age - 15
    Town - Husum
    City - Hamburg
    State - Schleswig
    Event Year - 1873
    Gender - f
    Ship Name - Humboldt
    Destination - Queensland
    Passenger Number - 123
    Standing - Kind
    Country - Australia
    State - Queensland

    (Emigrants from Hamburg to Australasia 1850-1879) 
    Emigration 14 Jun1873  From Husum, Tonder County to Queensland, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Registration for Emigration 
    • Peter Andersen Bundesen and Catharina Maria Petersen and their family who come to Queensland .
      Tjenestepige is a servant girl. Husum was the last residence of the Bundesens in Denmark. Peter Andersen Bundesen had a farm there.
      Record(s) found: 7
      Name: Bundesen, Cathrine Marie Occupation: Tjenestepige
      Age: 15 Destination: Queensland
      Contract no.: 421300 Registration date: 6/14/1873
      Last res. parish: ? Last res. county: ? (Dansker)
      Last residence: Husum Destination country: Australien
      Destination city: ? Destination state: Queensland
      Name of ship: Indirekte
      Remarks: SOS: Husum i Tønder amt eller ved København IDcode: I7374B0308

      Name: Bundesen, Anthilde Marie Occupation: Tjenestepige
      Age: 16 Destination: Queensland
      Contract no.: 421400 Registration date: 6/14/1873
      Last res. parish: ? Last res. county: ? (Dansker)
      Last residence: Husum Destination country: Australien
      Destination city: ? Destination state: Queensland
      Name of ship: Indirekte
      Remarks: SOS: Husum i Tønder amt eller ved København IDcode: I7374B0309

      Name: Bundesen, Peter Andersen Occupation: Landmand
      Age: 48 Destination: Queensland
      Contract no.: 421500 Registration date: 6/14/1873
      Last res. parish: ? Last res. county: ? (Dansker)
      Last residence: Husum Destination country: Australien
      Destination city: ? Destination state: Queensland
      Name of ship: Indirekte
      Remarks: SOS: Husum i Tønder amt eller ved København IDcode: I7374B0310

      Name: Bundesen, Chatrine Marie Occupation: Hustru
      Age: 39 Destination: Queensland
      Contract no.: 421500 Registration date: 6/14/1873
      Last res. parish: ? Last res. county: ? (Dansker)
      Last residence: Husum Destination country: Australien
      Destination city: ? Destination state: Queensland
      Name of ship: Indirekte
      Remarks: SOS: Husum i Tønder amt eller ved København IDcode: I7374B0311

      Name: Bundesen, Petra Christine Occupation: Barn
      Age: 08 Destination: Queensland
      Contract no.: 421500 Registration date: 6/14/1873
      Last res. parish: ? Last res. county: ? (Dansker)
      Last residence: Husum Destination country: Australien
      Destination city: ? Destination state: Queensland
      Name of ship: Indirekte
      Remarks: SOS: Husum i Tønder amt eller ved København IDcode: I7374B0312

      Name: Bundesen, Peter Johan Occupation: Barn
      Age: 06 Destination: Queensland
      Contract no.: 421500 Registration date: 6/14/1873
      Last res. parish: ? Last res. county: ? (Dansker)
      Last residence: Husum Destination country: Australien
      Destination city: ? Destination state: Queensland
      Name of ship: Indirekte
      Remarks: SOS: Husum i Tønder amt eller ved København IDcode: I7374B0313

      Name: Bundesen, Marie Caroline Occupation: Barn
      Age: 03 Destination: Queensland
      Contract no.: 421500 Registration date: 6/14/1873
      Last res. parish: ? Last res. county: ? (Dansker)
      Last residence: Husum Destination country: Australien
      Destination city: ? Destination state: Queensland
      Name of ship: Indirekte
      Remarks: SOS: Husum i Tønder amt eller ved København IDcode: I7374B0314
    Died 19 Jan 1889  Maryborough Hospital, Queensland, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • He died in Maryborough Hospital. Cause of death was Pneumonia which he had for 6 days [Death Certificate]
      Death Registration:
      Bundesen, Peter: DEATH: 19.01.1889: Father: Peter Bundsen: Mother: Wilimina Jocoumnson: Reg No. 1889/C3309 [Queensland Marriage Register]
      [Note: Peter is called Bundsen and his mother incorrectly named as Wilimina Jocumsen]

      Peter Anders Bundesen, Lutheran, late residence, Hospital, Farmer ages 64 years, born in Germany, buried in a Private Grave (M. Boge?). He died of Pneumonia
      ("Australia, Queensland, Maryborough Public Records, 1847-1989," database,with images, FamilySearch, accessed 2 April 2017), Peter Anders Bundesen, 20 Jan 1889; citing Burial, Maryborough, Queensland, Australia, Maryborough City Hall; FHL microfilm 1,560,091.)
    Buried 20 Jan 1889  Maryborough Cemetery, Queensland, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Last Name: Bundesen
      Other Names: Peter Anders
      Date of Burial 20/01/1889
      Cemetery: Maryborough Cemetery
      Address: Walker Street, Maryborough
      Section: Monumental B
      Plot/Niche: 145
      Other burials located in this grave
      Gehrmann, Robert
      Gehrmann, Nicholaus
      (Fraser Coast Regional Council Cemeteries Online)

      Nicolaus Gehrmann was born in 1842 in Holstein,Germany and died on 15 Aug 1877 in Maryborough, Queensland. He was the husband of Elsabe (Elisabeth) Boge. She was the sister of Marcus Boge who married Anthilde Christine Marie Bundesen on 5 Apr 1876.

      Robert Gehrmann was the son of Nicolaus Gehrmann and Elisabeth Boge. He was born on 24 May 1875 in Maryborough, Queensland. He died on 5 Dec 1877 in Maryborough, Queensland
    Notes 
    • FLOOD NEWS.
      TIARO TO GOOTHIE.
      [FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRBSPONDENT.]
      Tiaro, February 16.
      First it should be recorded that the three dairies have suspended operations owing to the impassable state of the road. A brisk demand for cheese has sprung up and is likely to continue for some time, which would enable the dairies here to extend operations, if only the weather changed. Most of the dairymen have had to turn their cows out, a serious lose to them when the cows shall again be needed.
      Starting from the Tiaro Bridge on the eastern bank of the river the next farm claiming notice is Mr. Neilaman?s. His house is situated above flood mark, but like many others he was not so careful respecting his barn, but that was only 18 inches under water and his corn was placed up aloft. He, however, lost about 12 acres of growing maize.
      The adjoining farm is owned and worked by Mr. Boi Jaoobsen, whose house was three feet under water, and his barn completely submerged, causing the destruction of 15 bags of maize, two bags of seed wheat, and one ton of potatoes. He also lost 15 acres of maize in the field and one acre of lucerne. Mr. Jacobean fortunately got his furniture safely carted into the town, where he and his family have sincs resided.
      The lofty railway bridge crossing what is here known as Nash?s gully was fully two feet under water, a fact hard to realize when standing on Mr. Jacobsen?s land.
      The farms of Messrs. Lawrence, Stevens and Barriskil, I shall report upon in my next, when taking the opposite bank, from which a fair view can only be obtained of the immense land slips which have occurred hereabouts and which are daily increasing.
      The next farm has recently been leased to Mr. J. Cook, who has erected a substantial house upon it, which was just above flood level, but the family cleared to Tiaro for safety. He lost 60 acres of maize.
      His neighbour, Mr. Cornwell, has his house and outbuildings erected on very high ground, but the waters came so near that Mr. Cornwell and his family cleared to a small dairy recently erected by him on a high and dry ridge on the road to Tiaro. No crops were lost here.
      Mrs. Gilchrist, lost about 5 acres of maize, and like her next neighbour, Mrs. Gordon, had to turn out her dairy herd.
      Mr. Gilchrist, jun., has lost about 5 acres of ripe maize and 4 acres of lucerne. His barn was flooded, destroying about 200 bushels of maize, but his hay in shed was above flood level. Fully 16 acres of low lying land has from one to two feet of sand washed on to it.
      Adjoining this property is the tobacco farm occupied by Austin and Gilchrist, who have lost 31 acres of growing tobacco, which promised to give a heavy yield- a discouraging beginning for them.
      Passing the uncultivated property known as Home Park, we come to a very low-lyiug farm occupied by Mr. W. Young, who bas necessarily suffered severely. The land is exceedingly rich, which may be accepted as an excuse for tbe great risk of working such low-lying land. Mr. Young's house was situated on high land away back in the forest, but his barn was 7 feet under water, causing the destruction of 70 bags of maize and all his harness. He also lost 9 acres of growing maize, 1 acre of lucerne, 10 pigs, over 100 fowls, 10 tons of hay in stack, and one tank.
      Mr. George Jensen owns the next farm, and had his house slightly submerged, but his neighbour, Mr. Thompson, kindly came to the rescue with his dray and horses and took his goods to a place of safety. The barn was high and dry, enabling Jensen to save his dry corn and hay, but he lost 6 acres of growing maize, 2 acres of lucerne, and half an acre of tobacco.
      Mr. Rasmussen?s house and barn are wisely built above even this flood level, and he was able to harbour his neighbour, Jensen and family, for three days. Mr. Rasmussen, however, lost 15 acres of maize and an acre of lucerne.
      His neighbour, Mr. S. Thompson, had 2 feet of water in his house, but his barn was above flood mark. He lost 3 acres of green maize, and the fearful current hereabouts washed the soil off 6 acres of his land and left a deposit of 2 feet of sand on other 3 acres.
      His brother, Mr. A. Thompson, had both his bouse and barn under water, but he cleared by boat on Friday night to Mr. Casey?s. He lost 600 bushels of maize and a ton of potatoes in his barn, and 11 acres of green corn.
      Mr. Casey?s house and barn were high and dry, but he lost 3 acres of young maize.
      Mr. Bundesen, senr., had his barn 2 feet under water, and he lost 6 tons of hay in stacks, 8 acres of growing maize, and 2 acres of lucerne.
      Mr. Haden?s house was 11 feet under water, causing him to move to a new house a little higher on Friday, but next morning he and his large family had again to shift, this time to his barn, situated in safety on a high ridge. Mr. Haden lost 20 acres of maize, 2 acres of lucerne, half an acre of potatoes, and 6 tons of hay in stack.
      Mr. Jeppesen, the well-known cigar maker and tobacco grower, next claims attention. His house was above flood level, but his barns were flooded, destroying seven bags of seed potatoes and half-a-ton of newly cut tobacco. He also lost 80 acres of growing maize, one acre of tobacco, and 1 acre of lucerne. The farms heree are on a rich alluvial flat, but dangerously low, hence as far as the eye can stretch the fields wear an aspect of utter desolution, every vestige of vegetation and every fence having disappeared.
      Mr. Bundesen, Junr., had his house, barn and out buildings all under water, and had to clear to Jeppesen?s; his furniture bedding and clothing getting badly damaged, He lost 15 acres of standing maize, and a large quantity of seed wheat destroyed in his barn.
      Mr. Sorensen?s house and barn were also flooded, severely damaging their contents. He lost 6 bags of seed wheat, 7 bags potatoes, 10 bags maize, 10 tons of hay and 15 acres of growing corn, and to complete his troubles had to clear hastily, with his family, to the school, where Mr. and Mrs, Wagner did all in their power to make them comfortable.
      In trying to make my way to Mr. Wade?s, I should either have got drowned by taking the road, I was improperly advised to follow, or have been compelled to camp out all night in the rain, but, fortunately, just before darkness set in I met Mr. Wagner, who most generously turned back, and guided me over what is known as the Mountain road, a circuitous route, but which beaded many dangerous gullies, until after a long ride over boulders and through swamps we came in sight of Mr. Wade?s lights in the fine house he has recently erected, when Mr. Wagner bid me good-bye and wended his way home, leaving me his debtor for an act of generous kindness never to be forgotten. It need scarcely be added that I was most cordially entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Wade, who had just returned from Pialba, where they bad been on a visit during the worst of the flood, but returned to find their daughters safe at the bouse of Mr. Wagner, where their brothers had conveyed them when tbe flood got dangerously near the house. Mr. Wade?s house was only a foot above the higest level, and had it risen as much more would have placed his house in a dangerous position, quite isolated, and in a strong current. He has lost half ton of seed potatoes, 6 acres of maize, 20 tons of pumpkins, 1 acre lucerne, a ton of salt, 8 acres sets of harness, and about 160 choice fowls. He bad just broken up 4 aores of rich land from which the strong current has completely washed away the soil.
      Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland, Friday 17 February 1893
    Person ID I3645  Hickey, List, Bundesen, Thomsen, Jensen, Jessen
    Last Modified 3 Apr 2017 

    Father Peter Petersen Bundesen,   b. 6 Apr 1794, Uge Parish, Lundtoft District, Aabenraa County, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 01 Apr 1851, Lundtoft, Kliplev Parish, Lundtoft District, Aabenraa County, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 56 years) 
    Mother Botilla Marie Jessen,   b. 17 Jul 1805, Lundtoft, Kliplev Parish, Aabenraa County, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 24 Dec 1845, Lundtoft , Kliplev Parish, Aabenraa County, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 40 years) 
    Married 5 Aug 1823  Kliplev Kirke, Lundtoft District, Aabenraa County Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Peter was called Peter Petersen Andersen on his marriage record.

      Kliplev Kirkebog 1823: Opslag No. 216. Marriage No. 2.
      Kliplev kirkebog 1788 -1829: Opslag No. 216: Marriage No. 2
      Married 5 August 1823, Junggesell (Bachelor) Peter Petersen Andersen, des Bohlsmand (Farmer), Peter Andersen und des Kiesten geb. Jurgensen in Uck, ehel sohn (legitimate son)
      mit Botilla Mar. Jessen des Bohlsman Johann Jessen in Lundtoft und des Christina Maria geb. Paulsen eheliche Tochter (legitimate daughter), zufolge vorge?? Coniession J.J.. Kopenhagen d. 1 August 1823.
      In fidem, Hauritz.

      [Bohlsmann : farmer with a full-sized farm with the size of 1 Bohl (Bol, 20-50 hectare land]
      Junggeselle = Bachelor: ehelich =legitimate: geb. = geboren (born) maiden name: Tochter =Daughter
      [German Genealogy Word Dictionary]


    Family ID F1128  Group Sheet

    Family Catharina Maria Petersen,   b. 21 Mar 1834, Rinckenis, Rinkenæs Sogn, Åbenrå Amt, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 2 Jun 1924, Coolabunia West, Kingaroy District, Qld. Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 90 years) 
    Engagement 9 Apr 1853  Kliplev Kirke Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Kliplev Kirkebog 1824 -1859: Opslag No 504: Engagement No 2
    Betrothal: Kliplev Kirkebog 1853, Trolovede no. 2.
    9 April Peter Andersen Bundesen ægtef. Søn af Kaadner og Partmand Peter Petersen Bundesen og Botilla Marie f. Jessen i Lundtoft, er født 28 Maj 1825 med
    with Pigen Catharina Maria Petersen ægtef Datter af Gaardmand Frederik Petersen og afdode Anna Helena f. Jepsen i Rinkenaes:
    Brudg. Waccinationsattest af?? daterat Flensborg 1 December 1827: Brud. Waccinationsattest af Clausen:
    Vidner: Peter Thomsen: Andreas Thomsen

    Engagement: 9 Apr 1853
    Kliplev Kirkebog 1824 -1859; Opslag No 504; Engagement No 2
    1853, 9 April, Peter Andersen Bundesen legitimate son of Kaadner and Partmand [small sized farmer] Peter Petersen Bundesen and Botilla Marie born Jessen in Lundtoft, born 28 May 1825
    to Pigen [Maiden] Cathrina Maria Petersen, legitimate daughter [datter] of Gaardmand [Farmer] Frederik Petersen and deceased Anna Helena born Jepsen in Kliplev, born March 1834 in Rinkenæs.
    Bridegroom: Vaccination, Flensborg 1 December. 1827
    Bride. Vaccination by Clausen
    Witnesses: Peter Thomsen: Andreas Thomsen [Both signed]
    [Andreas Thomsen married to Kiesten Marie Bundesen]
     
    Married 16 May 1853  Kliplev Kirke Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Kliplev Kirkebog 1824 -1859: Opslag No 504: Engagement No 2
      Betrothal: Kliplev Kirkebog 1853, Trolovede no. 2.
      9 April Peter Andersen Bundesen ægtef. Søn af Kaadner og Partmand Peter Petersen Bundesen og Botilla Marie f. Jessen i Lundtoft, er født 28 Maj 1825 med
      with Pigen Catharina Maria Petersen ægtef Datter af Gaardmand Frederik Petersen og afdode Anna Helena f. Jepsen i Rinkenaes:
      Brudg. Waccinationsattest af?? daterat Flensborg 1 December 1827: Brud. Waccinationsattest af Clausen:
      Vidner: Peter Thomsen: Andreas Thomsen

      Engagement: 9 Apr 1853
      Kliplev Kirkebog 1824 -1859; Opslag No 504; Engagement No 2
      1853, 9 April, Peter Andersen Bundesen legitimate son of Kaadner and Partmand [small sized farmer] Peter Petersen Bundesen and Botilla Marie born Jessen in Lundtoft, born 28 May 1825
      to Pigen [Maiden] Cathrina Maria Petersen, legitimate daughter [datter] of Gaardmand [Farmer] Frederik Petersen and deceased Anna Helena born Jepsen in Kliplev, born March 1834 in Rinkenæs.
      Bridegroom: Vaccination, Flensborg 1 December. 1827
      Bride. Vaccination by Clausen
      Witnesses: Peter Thomsen: Andreas Thomsen [Both signed]
      [Andreas Thomsen married to Kiesten Marie Bundesen]

      Kliplev Kirkebog 1853, Viede No. 3.
      Viet 16 Maj Ungk. Peter Andersen Bundesen ægtef. Søn af Kaadner Partsmand Peter Petersen Bundesen og Botilla Marie f. Jessen i Lundtoft, 28 Aar gammel 1ste Ægteskab, med Pigen Cathrina Maria Petersen ægtef. Datter af Gaardmd. Frederik Petersen og afdøde Anna Helena née Jepsen i Kliplev, 19 Aar gammel, 1ste Ægteskab.

      Marriage: 16 May 1853
      Kliplev Kirkebog 1824-1859: Opslag 617: Marriage No. 3.
      Married 1853, May 16th, Bachelor Peter Andersen Bundesen, legitimate son of Kaadner (Farmer) and Partsman [small sized farm] Peter Petersen Bundesen and Botilla Marie born Jessen in Lundtoft, age 28 years, 1st marriage,
      to the Maiden Cathrina Maria Petersen, legitimate daughter of Farmer [Gaardmand] Frederik Petersen and deceased [afdøde] Anna Helena born Jepsen in Kliplev, age 19 years, 1st marriage.
    Children 
     1. Anna Helena Bundesen,   b. 28 Feb 1854, Lundtoft, Kliplev Sogn, Lundtoft Herred, Åbenrå Amt, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 26 Dec 1855, Lundtoft, Kliplev Sogn, Lundtoft Herred, Åbenrå Amt Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 1 years)
    +2. Anthilde Maria Christina Bundesen,   b. 30 Nov 1856, Stortom, Ensted Parish, Aabenraa County, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 28 Oct 1937, Burnett Heads near Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 80 years)
    +3. Cathrine Marie Frederikke Bundesen,   b. 28 Feb 1859, Styrtom, Ensted Sogn, Lundtoft Herred, Åbenrå Amt, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aprl 1941, Marrickville, Sydney. New South Wales, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 82 years)
     4. Helene Marie Bundesen,   b. 10 Mar 1862, Holbol Bomhuss, Holbøl Sogn, Lundtoft Herred, Åbenrå Amt Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 28 Mar 1866, Åbenrå, Åbenrå Sogn, Rise Herred, Åbenrå Amt, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 4 years)
    +5. Petra Christine Elizabeth Bundesen,   b. 14 Oct 1864, Holbol Mark, Holbøl Sogn, Lundtoft Herred, Åbenrå Amt, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 21 Oct 1942, Mackay, Queensland, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 78 years)
    +6. Peter Johan Bundesen,   b. 5 May 1867, Styrtom, Ensted Sogn, Lundtoft, Herred, Åbenrå Amt, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 8 Sep 1940, Mater Misericordiae Hospital, Mackay, Queensland, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 73 years)
    +7. Marie Caroline Amalie Bundesen,   b. 27 Jan 1870, Kværs Sogn, Lundtoft Herred, Åbenrå Amt, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 05 Feb 1943, Sunshine Coast,, Queensland, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 73 years)
     8. Louise Frederika Bundesen,   b. 23 Dec 1873, Maryborough, Queensland, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 05 Jan 1874, Maryborough, Queensland, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 0 years)
    +9. Teresa Anna Bundesen,   b. 9 Jul 1878, Mount Pleasant, Tiaro District, Queensland, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 23 Mar 1946, Gympie, Queensland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 67 years)
    Last Modified 12 Oct 2013 
    Family ID F1130  Group Sheet

  • Photos
    Peter Andersen Bundesen and  Catharina Maria Petersen
    Peter Andersen Bundesen and Catharina Maria Petersen
    Peter Andersen Bundesen
    28 May 1825-19 Jan 1889
    Lundtoft, Kliplev, Åbenrå, Denmark - Maryborough Hospital, Maryborough, Queensland, Australia

    Catharina Maria Petersen
    21 Mar 1834 - 02 Jun 1924
    Rinckenis, Rinkenæs, Åbenrå, Denmark - Coolabunia West, Kingaroy District, Queensland, Australia

    Headstones
    Bundesen, Peter Andersen
    Bundesen, Peter Andersen

  • Sources 
    1. [S66] Mrs Laurina Collins.

    2. [S74] Arkivalieronline.dk .

    3. [S12] Qld Birth, Deaths and Marriages.


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