William George Nissen

Male 1907 - 1991  (83 years)


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  William George Nissen was born 5 Jul 1907, Maryborough or Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia (son of George Heindrich Nissen and Marie Annie Catherina Andersen); died Jun 1991, Hervey Bay Queensland, Australia; was buried 18 Jun 1991, Polson Cemetery, Hervey Bay , Queensland, Australia.

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Name: William George Nissen
    Birth Date: 5 Jul 1907
    Father's Name: George Henry Nissen
    Mother's name: Mary Anna Kathrine Andersen
    Registration Number: 008640
    (Queensland Historical Birth Index 1829-1914)

    Buried:
    NISSEN William George
    Funeral notice 18 JUN 1991
    Funeral, late of South Side, Gympie, formerly of Pialba Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay), 17 JUN 1991
    (The Ryerson Index Online Database)

    William George NISSEN, 1907 - 1991; Polson Cemetery, Hervey Bay
    (Chappelhill)

    William married Mabel List 1931, Queensland, Australia. Mabel died 1 May 1990, Queensland, Australia; was buried 1 or 9 May 1990, Polson Cemetery, Pt. Vernon, Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia. [Group Sheet]


Generation: 2

  1. 2.  George Heindrich Nissen was born Abt 1890, Pialba, Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia; died 10 Dec 1923, Maryborough, Queensland, Australia; was buried 11 Dec 1923, Polson Cemetery, Pt. Vernon, Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia.

    Notes:

    Buried:
    Location in Polson Cemetery
    Section Monumental Section C
    Plot/Niche 20
    Other burials located in this grave
    Nissen, Mary Ann Catherine
    (Fraser Coast Regional Council Cemeteries Online)

    Died:
    NISSEN George Henry
    Death notice 10 DEC 1923
    Death at age 43, at Maryborough
    Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay), 11 DEC 1923
    (The Ryerson Index Online Database)

    George married Marie Annie Catherina Andersen 4 Feb 1899, Hervey Bay or Maryborough, Queensland, australia. Marie (daughter of Niels Andersen, .Son of Blacksmith and Marie (Jeppesine Mette Marie) Frandsen) was born 3 Apr 1883, Maryborough, Queensland, Australia; died 6 Jul 1962, Base Hospital, Maryborough, Queensland, Australia; was buried 7Jul 1962, Polson Cemetery, Pt. Vernon, Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia . [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Marie Annie Catherina Andersen was born 3 Apr 1883, Maryborough, Queensland, Australia (daughter of Niels Andersen, .Son of Blacksmith and Marie (Jeppesine Mette Marie) Frandsen); died 6 Jul 1962, Base Hospital, Maryborough, Queensland, Australia; was buried 7Jul 1962, Polson Cemetery, Pt. Vernon, Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia .

    Notes:

    Buried:
    Location in Polson Cemetery
    Section Monumental Section C
    Plot/Niche 20
    Other burials located in this grave
    Nissen, George Henry
    (Fraser Coast Regional Council Cemeteries Online)

    Died:
    NISSEN Mary Ann Catherine
    Death notice 06 JUL 1962
    Death at age 79, at Base Hospital, Maryborough, late of Pialba
    Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay) 07 JUL 1962
    (The Ryerson Index Online Database)

    Notes:

    Married:
    Name: George Henry Nissen
    Spouse Name: Mary Ann Catherine Andersen
    Marriage Date: 4 Feb 1899
    Registration Number: 001629
    (Queensland Historical Marriage Index 1829-1939)

    Children:
    1. Walter Henry Nissen was born 13 Jun 1899, Maryboroughough , Hervey Bay , Queensland, Australia ; died 18 Sep 1964, Greenslopes Repatriation Hospital, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia ; was buried 19 Sep 1964, Polson Cemetery, Pt. Vernon, Queensland, Australia.
    2. Victor Laurids Nissen was born 18 Feb 1901, Pialba, Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia; died 8 Jul 1995, Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia; was buried 10 Jul 1965, Polson Cemetery, Pt. Vernon, Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia.
    3. James Frederick Nissen was born 14 Feb 1904, Maryborough or Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia; died 31 Mar 1988, Gympie, Queensland, Australia; was buried 05 Apr1988, Gympie Cemetery, Gympie, Queensland, Australia.
    4. 1. William George Nissen was born 5 Jul 1907, Maryborough or Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia; died Jun 1991, Hervey Bay Queensland, Australia; was buried 18 Jun 1991, Polson Cemetery, Hervey Bay , Queensland, Australia.
    5. Niels Reginald Nissen was born 2 Nov 1909, Maryborough or Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia; died 2 Jan 1982, Queensland, Australia; was buried Polson Cemetery, Pr. Vernon, Hervey Bay, Queensland .


Generation: 3

  1. 6.  Niels  Andersen, .Son of BlacksmithNiels Andersen, .Son of Blacksmith was born 8 Jan 1851, Kildebrønde, Københavns amt, island of Sjælland, Danmark.; was christened 19 Jan 1851 (son of Anders Jensen and Kirsten Pedersen); was buried 25 Jul 1939, Poulsen Cemetery, Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia.

    Other Events:

    • Occupation: Labourer (later farmer at Pialba)
    • Confirmation: 1866, Kildebrønde KIrke; Roskilde Amt, Tune Herred Kildebrønde, Sogn Kildebrønde Kirkebog 1850-2892 Confirmations Opslag no 84 Confirmation no 3 Niels Andersen in Hundie,son of Anders Junsen, Blacksmith (Smed) in Hundie and wife (Hustru) Kirsten Pedersdatter. Niels was born on 8th Jan 1851 in Stærkinde, Reerslev Sogn and christened 19th July. Vaccination 30th September 1851,-Roskilde.
    • Emigration to Queensland: 10 Nov 1872, Kildebrönde, Dänemark to Queensland, Australia; Name: Niels Andersen Departure Date: 10 Nov 1872 Destination: Queensland Birth Date: abt 1851 Age: 21 Gender: männlich (Male) Residence: Kildebrönde, Dänemark (Denmark) Occupation: Landmann Ship Name: Alardus Captain: Popp Shipping line: Theodor Wille, Hamburg 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 Passenger Lists, 1850-1934)
    • Personal: 8 Jun 1917, Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland; PRISONER IN GERMANY PRIVATE J. W. ANDERSEN PIALBA Our Pialba correspondent writes under date June 6, 1917:-Mr & Mrs N. Andersen to-day received a cable through the Brisbane branch of the Australian Red Cross Information Bureau stating that their son, Private J. W. Andersen, 26th Battalion, is a prisoner in Limburg. He was previously reported missing on March 26th, 1917. The necessary information was only given to the Brisbane Branch by Brisbane friends of the prisoner and family on May 28, and a cable containing the welcome news was despatched from London on June 1st. It is a relief to know definitely what has happened to Private Andersen, and we sincerely hope and trust that he will be treated decently. Any letters despatched to him should deal only with personal matters, and no mention of the war should be made. Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland, Friday, 8 June 1917
    • Personal: 24 Jul 1917, Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland; PIALBA. (From Our Own Correpondant) July 21. Mr and Mrs N. Andersen on Friday received a letter from their son, Private J. W. Andersen, who is a prisoner in Lemburg, Germany. He wrote the letter a fortnight after he was captured. He is well, and says he is treated well. He received writing paper for one latter a week, and one post-card per week. He says they are supplied with cigarettes, etc., but not enough to keep him going and all he wants is a pair of socks and more smokes. They did their best to avoid capture, but were forced to surrender. It is satisfactory to have such good news and we hope these will continue to come to hand. Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland, Tuesday, 24 July 1917
    • Personal: 20 Feb 1919, Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland; AUSTRALIAN WAR PRISONERS IN GERMANY Mr & Mrs Neils Andersen, of Hunter Street, Pialba, have received a letter from their son, Private William Andersen, who had been a prisoner of war in Germany from march 1917, till the Armistice, from which we make the following extracts:- I have once again landed in England, and can consider myself a free man once more. It feels rather strange to be walking about without a German failing you up. Sometimes when going along I fancy I can hear their draught horse step behind me, and turn around to find no one there. I have never done a better move in my life than the move out of Germany. Now that I can write freely about it, without fear of the letter being burned and disappointing you, I shall give you a good idea of what it is like. First of all, let me say that I was very fortunate all the while I was on command there, as I had no sentry standing over me while I was working, like the rest, as I had a civilian tradesman to work with, but the rest of the boys had to go in sixes, and had an armed sentry to see they did not waste their time, and they thought nothing of hitting you on the head with their revolver, or taking you into a room and hammering you with sticks or bayonets; but they were afraid to do so single handed. They used to wait for a prisoner when he was alone, then get five or six of their beautiful comrades to cover us with rifles or revolvers while the biggest of them did the flogging. Upon my word, I do admire them. It will pay all Germans to keep out of our way when we get back, or I am afraid there will be blood shed in some cases. I would rather embrace an Australian savage than shake hands with a German. I only know one man in all Germany, and he was the old man I worked with. I was with him sixteen months, and was my own boss. I learned the trade of heavy plumbing from him. It's work that I have never seen in my life before and very interesting, using the blow lamp the same as that chap had that tried to do Andy's boiler up for him. We handled hundreds of tons of lead, all used in the one factory. Some parts of it were heavy, but the most was sitting down or standing still work. There was some of the most horrid smells that ever insulted my nose in that factory, made from sulphuric acid and hydrochloric acid. It was enough to choke you some times. Well, to get on about the Germans, they used to try and break our hearts by telling us that England was done, that our people here were starving and dying in hundreds, but the ignorant wretches did not know that we were being fed by our own country far better than any of them had been. For over three years they did not know that what we ate in one week would have cost them, at the very least, £20, had they been able to buy it-thanks to the blockade, they could not. Then if one of our packets was lost we used to get eight marks for it, valued in English money at about four shillings, instead of the real German value of at least £13. I thank God for bringing me safely through unharmed and healthy. How beautifully the Union Jack has waved high above all other flags in this war. The French, Russians, Italians had to live on what we could spare them, and German food; while we English had no need to touch even German food. We English prisoners had twice the life in us that the German civilians had, and though they tried hard to keep it down, they failed completely, and now I am back in good old England again, and will soon be on my way to dear old Aussy. Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland, Thursday, 20 February 1919
    • Golden Wedding: 7 May 1927, Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland; GOLDEN WEDDING. An event of considerable interest to a large circle of friends took place on April 29, when Mr. and Mrs. Neils Andersen were tendered a wedding breakfast to celebrate the 50th anniversary of their marriage. The gathering was arranged by their sons and daughters, at the residence of Mr. N. J. Andersen, jun., Pialba. The three-tier wedding cake was the work of Miss H. Nissen (Urraween). There were four generations present, including nine children, 28 grandchildren, and 3 great-grandchildren. Rev. J. E. Everitt presided. After the loyal toast had been honoured, at the instance of Mr. P. J. Birt, the chairman congratulated Mr. and Mrs. Andersen on being able to celebrate their golden wedding in such pleasant conditions. He referred to the many fine qualities of the parents and children, all of whom were present. Letters were read from the Methodist Ladies' Guild (of which Mrs. Andersen is a valued member), and from the officers and members of the Methodist Church. A purse of sovereigns with every good wish was then presented to the happy couple. Mr. Andrew Andersen responded on behalf of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Andersen are old pioneers of the Pialba district, having carried on cane growing and general farming at Kawungan for many years. Mr. Andersen, prior to this, was engaged as engine driver at Messrs. Wilson, Hart, and Co's sawmills, Maryborough. They are now living in well-deserved retirement at Pialba. Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland, Saturday, 7 May 1927
    • Death Notice: 24 Jul 1939, Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland ; DEATH ANDERSEN.-At Pialba| on July 23, Niels, beloved husband of Marie Andersen and father of Andrew, Niels, William, Mesdames G. C. Hansen, G. Nissen, P. J. Birt, W. Messer and Miss Annie Andersen; aged 88 years and 6 months.; aged 8 years and 6 months. "At Rest." Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland, Monday, 24 July 1939
    • Funeral Notice: 24 Jul 1939, Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland; The Relatives and friends of Mrs. N. Andersen and family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral of her late Husband and their father, NEILS ANDERSEN, to move from his late residence, Pialba, TODAY(MONDAY) after a service commencing at 2 pm for the Polson Cemetery. LEN. C. McCONNEL, Funeral Director. Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland, Monday, 24 July 1939
    • Obituary: 24 Jul 1939, Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland; OBITUARY MR N. ANDERSEN The death occurred at Pialba, yesterday, of another of the district pioneers, Mr. Neils Andersen. The deceased gentleman, who was born in Denmark, came out to Australia 66 years ago in the sailing ship Alardus, landing in Maryborough. During his early life he was employed by Messrs Wilson, Hart's sawmill, where he was engine driver for 27 years. For the last 24 years he had lived a retired life at Pialba. He was an old member of the Excelsior Lodge, No. 1. P.A.F.S.O.A. He is survived by his wife, Mrs Marie Andersen, and a family of three sons, Messrs Andrew, Niels and William Anderson of Pialba, and five daughters, Mesdames G. C. Hansen (Dagun), E. Messers (Yerra), G. Nissen, P. J. Birt and Miss Annie Andersen, all of Pialba. There are also 35 grandchildren and 29 great-grandchildren. The funeral will leave his late residence, Pialba today after a service commencing at 2 pm for the Polson Cemetery. Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland, Monday, 24 July 1939

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Roskilde Amt, Tune Herred, Reerslev Sogn
    Reerslev Kirkebog 1835-1860
    Opslag 31
    Birth no 1
    Son of Smed Anders Jensen and Kirsten Pedersdatter in Stærkinde

    Niels married Marie (Jeppesine Mette Marie) Frandsen 29 Apr 1877, Danish Church, Maryborough, Queensland, Australia. Marie (daughter of Frantz Ferdinand Jeppesen and Ane Kirstine Gjesten) was born 18 Sep 1857, Bjørnemose, Dejbjerg Sogn, Bølling Herred, Ringkøbing Amt, Denmark; was christened 18 Oct 1857, Hanning Kirke, Hanning Sogn, Bølling Herred, Ringkøbing Amt, Denmark; died 11 Nov 1945, Maryborough, Queensland, Australia; was buried 13 Nov 1945, Poulsen Cemetery, Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia. [Group Sheet]


  2. 7.  Marie  (Jeppesine Mette Marie) FrandsenMarie (Jeppesine Mette Marie) Frandsen was born 18 Sep 1857, Bjørnemose, Dejbjerg Sogn, Bølling Herred, Ringkøbing Amt, Denmark; was christened 18 Oct 1857, Hanning Kirke, Hanning Sogn, Bølling Herred, Ringkøbing Amt, Denmark (daughter of Frantz Ferdinand Jeppesen and Ane Kirstine Gjesten); died 11 Nov 1945, Maryborough, Queensland, Australia; was buried 13 Nov 1945, Poulsen Cemetery, Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia.

    Other Events:

    • Census: 1860, Engsig Bye, et huus, 61, Skjern skoledistrikt, Skjern, Ringkøbing ; Ringkøbing, Bølling, Skjern, Skjern skoledistrikt, Engsig Bye, et huus, 61 F1, FT-1860, D3294 Name: Age: Marital status: Position in household: Occupation: Birth place: Jacob Jepsen, 43, Gift, Kleinsmed., aftægtsmand, Her i Sognet [Skjern] Dorthea Marie Iversen, 58, Gift, Hans Kone, Her i Sognet [Skjern] Mette Iversen, 53, Ugift, Hendes søster, Her i Sognet [Skjern] Jeppesine Marie Frandsen, 3, Ugift, deres plejedatter, Hanning Sogn Jeppesine Marie Frandsen plejedatter-fosterdaughter
    • Census: 1870, Mølgaard mark, Et huus, 44, Hanning Sogn, Ringkøbing Amt; Ringkøbing, Bølling, Hanning, Mølgaard mark, Et huus, 44, FT-1870, D3054 Name: Age: Marital status: Position in household: Occupation: Birth place: Jakob Jepsen, 52, Gift, Huusfader, Jordbruger, Skjern, Ringkjøbing Amt Dorte Marie Iversen, 68, Gift, Huusmoder, Bestyrer huusholdningen, Skjern, Ringkjøbing Amt Jepsine Mette Marie Frandsen, 12, Ugift, Pleiedatter, Deibjerg, Ringkjøbing Amt
    • Confirmation: 1872, Hanning Kirke; Ringkøbing Amt, Bølling Herred, Hanning Sogn Hanning Kirkebog 1858-1880 opslag 85 Confirmation no 1 1872 Jeppesine Mette Marie Frandsen Parents Huusfaester Frands Ferdinand Jeppesen and Ane Kirstine Gjestsen in Bjørnemose. plejeforældre Huusmand Jakob Jepsen Jeppesine Mette Marie Frandsen was born in Bjørnemose in Dejbjerg on 18 September 1857 Jakob Jepsen was her foster parent and uncle
    • Emigration: 10 Oct 1876, Henning, Dänemark to Maryborough Queensland, Australia; Name: Jeppine Frandsen Departure Date: 10 Okt 1876 (10 Oct 1876) Destination: Queensland Birth Date: abt 1857 Age: 19 Gender: weiblich (Female) Marital Status: ledig (Single) Residence: Henning, Dänemark (Denmark) Ship Name: Lammershagen Captain: Pauls Shipping line: Rob. M. Sloman & Co. Shipping Clerk: C. A. Mathei Ship Type: Segelschiff Accommodation: ohne Angabe Ship Flag: Deutschland Port of Departure: Hamburg Port of Arrival: Maryborough; Queensland; Australien (Australia) (Staatsarchiv Hamburg. Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1850-1934)
    • Golden Wedding: 7 May 1927, Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland; GOLDEN WEDDING. An event of considerable interest to a large circle of friends took place on April 29, when Mr. and Mrs. Neils Andersen were tendered a wedding breakfast to celebrate the 50th anniversary of their marriage. The gathering was arranged by their sons and daughters, at the residence of Mr. N. J. Andersen, jun., Pialba. The three-tier wedding cake was the work of Miss H. Nissen (Urraween). There were four generations present, including nine children, 28 grandchildren, and 3 great-grandchildren. Rev. J. E. Everitt presided. After the loyal toast had been honoured, at the instance of Mr. P. J. Birt, the chairman congratulated Mr. and Mrs. Andersen on being able to celebrate their golden wedding in such pleasant conditions. He referred to the many fine qualities of the parents and children, all of whom were present. Letters were read from the Methodist Ladies' Guild (of which Mrs. Andersen is a valued member), and from the officers and members of the Methodist Church. A purse of sovereigns with every good wish was then presented to the happy couple. Mr. Andrew Andersen responded on behalf of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Andersen are old pioneers of the Pialba district, having carried on cane growing and general farming at Kawungan for many years. Mr. Andersen, prior to this, was engaged as engine driver at Messrs. Wilson, Hart, and Co's sawmills, Maryborough. They are now living in well-deserved retirement at Pialba. Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland, Saturday, 7 May 1927
    • Death Notice: 13 Nov 1945, Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland; DEATH ANDERSEN.-At Maryborough on November 12, 1945, Maria, be loved wife of the late Niels Andersen and mother of Andrew (Pialba), Niels Jacob (Pialba), William Andersen (Gympie), Mrs. C. Hansen (Gympie), Mrs. G. Nissen (Pialba), Mrs. P. J. Bird (Pialba), Mrs. W. Messer (Yerra), and Miss Annie Andersen (Pialba). Aged 88 years. "Safe in the Arms of Jesus." Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland, Tuesday, 13 November 1945
    • Funeral Notice: 13 Nov 1945, Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland; FUNERAL NOTICE The relatives and friends of the late MARIA ANDERSEN are respectfully invited to attend her funeral to move from the Methodist Church, Pialba, after service at 2.30 o'clock THIS (TUESDAY) AFTERNOON, for the Poison Cemetery. JAS. BUFFEY. Funeral Director. Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland, Tuesday, 13 November 1945
    • Obituary: 20 Nov 1945, Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland; PIALBA PIONEER'S DEATH PIALBA, November 16.-The death of Mrs. N. Andersen, senr. at the age of 88 years caused widespread regret in the Pialba district, where she was loved and respected by a very large circle of friends and relatives. With her husband, who predeceased her six years ago, Mrs. Anderson was one of the original selectors in this district of whom there are now few if any living. Emigrating form Denmark at the age of nineteen years, Mrs. Anderson married some four months after her arrival in this country, and when the land was thrown open for selection the young couple settled at Kawungan and commenced farming. The property has remained In the family ever since. Mrs. Andersen loved, to recall the old days which, though full of hard work for which there was little return, were none the less happy and peaceful. Until they had split timber with which to build their home Mr. and Mrs. Andersen lived under a spring cart, and when times were bad on the farm, Mr. Andersen worked in Maryborough as engine-driver for Messrs. Wilson. Hart and Co., saw millers. walking home to Kawungan every few weeks to visit his wife and family, and walking back in time for work on Monday morning. Mrs. Andersen carried on during his absence, milking cows and making butter which was sold at 8d. per lb., growing sweet potatoes which sold at 9d. per quarter, both commodities having to be delivered to their customers at that price. Fortunately commodities were all much lower in price than nowadays, but Mrs. Andersen said even so there were many times when they could not make ends meet, and Mr. Anrieiscn would resume his job in Maryborough till they could save a little more money with which to carry on. Her failhlul companion was her dog which accompianed her everywhere, and was an adept snake-killer. Of a family of nine children, five girls and four boys-one, a boy. died in infancy, but the other eight are still living, and were all present at their parents' diamond jubilee celebration, eight years ago. when Mr. and Mrs. Andersen were living in retirement at Pialba. The farm was carried on first by their daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mr. G. Nissen, and now by a grandson and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. V. Nissen. Mrs. Andersen was a prominent member of the Pialba Mothodist Church, and a foundation member of the Ladies' Guild. Besides her family of eight, there are left 35 grandchildren and 48 great-grandchildren, many of whom are living in the Pialba district. Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland, Tuesday, 20 November 1945

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Ringkøbing Amt, Bølling Herred, Dejbjerg Sogn
    Dejbjerg Kirkebog 1849-1861
    Opslag 32
    Birth no 32
    Jeppesine Mette Marie Frandsen was born in Dejbjerg Sogn and christened in Hanning Kirke the daughter of Frands Ferdinand Jeppesen and Ane Kirstine Gjestsen, age 28 and 1/2 years in Bjørnemose

    Christening and Confirmation
    Ringkøbing Amt, Bølling Herred, Hanning sogn

    Jeppesine Mette Marie Frandsen lived as a fosterdaughter with her uncle Jacob Jeppesen and aunt Dorthea Marie Iversen.


    Died:
    ANDERSEN Maria
    Death notice 12 NOV 1945
    Death at age 88, at Maryborough
    Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay), 13 NOV 1945
    (The Ryerson Index Online Database)

    Death Registration
    Name: Maria Andersen
    Death Date: 12 Nov 1945
    Father's Name: Frans Jensen
    Mother's name: Anna Johannesen
    Registration Number: 004745
    (Queensland Historical Death Index 1829-1984)

    Maria's Parents appear to be incorrect.

    Notes:

    Married:
    Name: Neils Andersen
    Spouse Name: Maria Frandsen
    Marriage Date: 29 Apr 1877
    Registration Number: 000655
    (Queensland Historical Marriage Index 1829-1939)

    Children:
    1. Dorothea Kirstine Andersen was born 20 Jun 1878, Maryborough, Queensland, Australia; died 8 Dec 1953, Maryborough, Queensland, Australia; was buried 9 Dec 1953, Polson Cemetery, Pt. Vernon, Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia .
    2. Andrew Andersen was born 14 May 1880, , Maryborough, Queensland, Australia; died 3 Feb 1960, Base Hospital, Maryborough, Queensland, Australia; was buried 4 Feb 1960, Maryborough Cemetery, Queensland, Australia.
    3. Mary Anne Katrine Andersen was born 15 Mar 1882; died 25 Jun 1882, Nikenbah, Wide Bay, Qld..
    4. 3. Marie Annie Catherina Andersen was born 3 Apr 1883, Maryborough, Queensland, Australia; died 6 Jul 1962, Base Hospital, Maryborough, Queensland, Australia; was buried 7Jul 1962, Polson Cemetery, Pt. Vernon, Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia .
    5. Jakobine Selvina Andersen was born 29 Oct 1884, Maryborough, Queensland, Australia; died 15 May 1965, Maryborough, Queensland, Australia; was buried 17 May 1965, Maryborough Cemetery, Maryborough, Queensland, Australia.
    6. Niels Johannes Andersen was born 15 May 1887; died 7 Feb 1888, Nikenbah, Wide Bay, Qld..
    7. Mathilde Johanna Andersen was born 1 Jan 1889, Qld; died 29 Jan 1971, Hervey Bay Hospital, Pt. Vernon, Queensland, Australia; was buried 30 Jan 1971, Polson Cemetery, Pt. Vernon, Queensland, Australia .
    8. Niels Jackob Andersen was born 13 Jan 1891, Maryborough, Queensland, Australia; died 16 Jan 1967, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia; was buried 17 Jan 1967, Polson Cemetery, Pt. Vernon, Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia .
    9. Andrea Wilhelmine Andersen was born 1892, Qld; died 6 Aug 1981, Hervey Bay Hospital Nursing Home, Queensland, Australia; was buried 8 Aug 1981, Polson Cemetery, Polson Cemetery, Pt. Vernon, Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia .
    10. Jens William Andersen was born 6 Nov 1894, Maryborough, Queensland Australia; died 11 Aug 1988, Gympie, Queensland, Australia; was buried 13 Aug 1988, Gympie Cemetery, Queensland, Australia.


Generation: 4

  1. 12.  Anders  JensenAnders Jensen was born 1820, Kildebrønde, København Amt, Denmark (son of Niels Jensen and Marie Pedersen); died 8 Oct 1879, Nikenbah, Wide Bay, Qld..

    Other Events:

    • Census: 1834, Høie Thorstrup, Høje Taastrup, Smørum, København; København, Smørum, Høje Taastrup, Høie Thorstrup, et Huus, 27, FT-1834, C6453 Name: Age: Marital status: Position in household: Occupation: Birth place: Niels Jensen, 43, Gift, Huusmand og Dagleier Marie Pedersdatter, 37, Gift, hans Kone Anders Jensen, 13, Ugift, deres Barn Niels Nielsen, 9, Ugift, deres Barn Jens Nielsen, 6, Ugift, deres Barn Peder Nielsen, 1, Ugift, deres Barn Ellen Pedersdatter, 86, Enke, Aftægtskone
    • Census: 1840, Et huus, 9, Høje-Taastrup by, Høje Taastrup Sogn, København; København, Smørum, Høje Taastrup, Høje-Taastrup by, Et huus, 9, FT-1840, B8824 Name: Age: Marital status: Position in household: Occupation: Birth place: Niels Jensen, 49, Gift, daglejere Maren Pedersdatter, 43, Gift, Konen Niels Nielsen, 15, Ugift, deres søn Jens Nielsen, 12, Ugift, deres søn Peder Nielse, 7, Ugift, deres søn, Kirsten Nielsdatter, 4, Ugift, deres datter Karen Larsdatter, 79, Enke, Aftægtskone
    • Census: 1850, huus, 85, Stærkinde by, Reerslev Sogn, Roskilde Amt; Roskilde, Tune, Reerslev, Stærkinde by, et huus, 85, FT-1850, C3513 Name: Age: Marital status: Position in household: Occupation: Birth place: Anders Jensen, 29, Gift, Husfader, smed, Taastrup K.A[Københavns Amt] Kirsten Pedersdatter, 29, Gift, Hans kone, Kildebrønde Jens Andersen, 5, Ugift, Deres børn, Her i sognet Peder Andersen, 3, Ugift, Deres børn, Her i sognet Peder Christensen, 57, Gift, ?? (En længere tekst), Flyng K.A.[Københavns Amt] Maren Johnsdatter, 53, Gift, Hans kone Kildebrønde K.A.[Københavns Amt] Ingeborg Pedersdatter, 19, Ugift, Deres datter, Her i sognet Peder Christensen and Maren Johnsdatter were the parents of Kirsten Pedersdatter
    • Census: 1855, Smedien, 93, Hundie, Kildebrønde, Tune, Roskilde Amt ; Roskilde, Tune, Kildebrønde, Hundie, Smedien, 93, FT-1855, C1334 Name: Age: Marital status: Position in household: Occupation: Birth place: Anders Jensen, 34, Gift, Huusmand/ Smed, Sengeløse Kirsten Pedersdatter, 34, Gift, Hans Kone, Kildebrønde Jens Andersen, 10, Ugift, Deres Barn , Stærkinde (Sterlinge) Peder Andersen, 8, Ugift, Deres Barn, Stærkinde (Sterlinge) Niels Andersen, 5, Ugift, Deres Barn, Stærkinde (Sterlinge) Ane Andersdatter, 1, Ugift, Deres Barn, Stærkinde (Sterlinge)
    • Census: 1860, 1 Huus,, Hundie, Kildebrønde,, Tune, Roskilde Amt; Roskilde, Tune, Kildebrønde, Hundie, 1 Huus, 120, FT-1860, C1335 Name: Age: Marital status: Position in household: Occupation: Birth place: Anders Jensen, 40, Gift, Huusmand, Sengeløse Kirsten Pedersdatter, 40, Gift, Hans Kone, Reerslev Jens Andersen, 15, Ugift, Deres Barn, Reerslev Peder Andersen, 12, Ugift, Deres Barn, Reerslev Niels Andersen, 8 , Ugift, Deres Barn, Reerslev Ane Andersdatter, 6, Ugift, Deres Barn, Reerslev Lars Andersen, 4, Ugift, Deres Barn, Her i Sognet Maren Andersen, 1, Ugift, Deres Barn, Her i Sognet
    • Emigration to Queensland: 10 Nov 1872, Kildebrönde, Dänemark, to Queensland, Australia; Name: Anders Jensen Departure Date: 10 Nov 1872 Destination: Queensland Birth Date: abt 1824 Age: 48 Gender: männlich (Male) Residence: Kildebrönde, Dänemark (Denmark) Occupation: Landmann Ship Name: Alardus Captain: Popp Shipping line: Theodor Wille, Hamburg Shipping Clerk: Louis Knorr & Co. Ship Type: Segelschiff Accommodation: ohne Angabe Ship Flag: Deutschland Port of Deprture: Hamburg Port of Arrival: Queensland (Staatsarchiv Hamburg. Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1850-1934) Name: Kersten Jensen Departure Date: 10 Nov 1872 Destination: Queensland Birth Date: abt 1824 Age: 48 Gender: weiblich (Female) Relationship: Frau (Wife) Residence: Kildebrönde, Dänemark (Denmark) (Staatsarchiv Hamburg. Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1850-1934) Name: Maren Jensen Departure Date: 10 Nov 1872 Destination: Queensland Birth Date: abt 1859 Age: 13 Gender: weiblich (Female) Relationship: Tochter (Daughter) Residence: Kildebrönde, Dänemark (Denmark) (Staatsarchiv Hamburg. Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1850-1934) Name: Anders Jensen Departure Date: 10 Nov 1872 Destination: Queensland Birth Date: abt 1863 Age: 9 Gender: männlich (Male) Relationship: Sohn (Son) Residence: Kildebrönde, Dänemark (Denmark) Staatsarchiv Hamburg. Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1850-1934)

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Sengeløse Sogn, Smørum Herred, København Amt

    Died:
    Name: Anders Jensen
    Death Date: 8 Oct 1879
    Father's Name: Nils Jensen
    Mother's name: Marie Pedersen
    Registration Number: 002598
    Queensland Historical Death Index 1829-1984)

    Anders married Kirsten Pedersen 22 Dec 1844, Reerslev Kirke, Roskilde Amt, Denmark. Kirsten (daughter of Peder Christensen and Maren Johnsdatter) was born 9 Aug 1821, Kildebrønde Sogn, Roskilde Amt,Denmark; was christened 12 Aug 1821, Kildebrønde Kirke; died 1873, Quarantine Station at Point Nepean, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.. [Group Sheet]


  2. 13.  Kirsten Pedersen was born 9 Aug 1821, Kildebrønde Sogn, Roskilde Amt,Denmark; was christened 12 Aug 1821, Kildebrønde Kirke (daughter of Peder Christensen and Maren Johnsdatter); died 1873, Quarantine Station at Point Nepean, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia..

    Other Events:

    • Census: 1834, et hus, 7, Stærkinde by, Reerslev, Roskilde; Roskilde, Tune, Reerslev, Stærkinde by, et hus, 7, FT-1834, C4585 Name: Age: Marital status: Position in household: Occupation: Birth place: Peder Christensen, 40, Gift, Byens smed Maren Johnsdatter, 36, Gift, Hans kone Kirsten Pedersdatter, 12, Ugift, Deres barn Johanne Pedersdatter, 9, Ugift, Deres barn Sidse Pedersdatter, 7, Ugift, Deres barn Ingeborg Pedersdatter, 3, Ugift, Deres barn Ole Pedersen, 18, Ugift, Hans dreng
    • Census: 1840, Huus, 61, Stærkinde By, Reerslev Sogn, Roskilde Amt; Roskilde, Tune, Reerslev, Stærkinde By, et Huus, 61, FT-1840, C6131 Name: Age: Marital status: Position in household: Occupation: Birth place: Peder Christensen, 47, Gift, Smed Maren Johnsdatter, 43, Gift, Hans kone John Pedersen, 21, Ugift, Deres børn Johanne Pedersdatter, 16, Ugift, Deres børn Sidse Pedersdatter, 13, Ugift Deres børn Ingeborg Pedersdatter, 9, Ugift, Deres børn Karen Pedersdatter, 6 Ugift Deres børn
    • Census: 1850, huus, 85, Stærkinde by, Reerslev Sogn, Roskilde Amt ; Roskilde, Tune, Reerslev, Stærkinde by, et huus, 85, FT-1850, C3513 Name: Age: Marital status: Position in household: Occupation: Birth place: Anders Jensen, 29, Gift, Husfader, smed, Taastrup K.A[Københavns Amt] Kirsten Pedersdatter, 29, Gift, Hans kone, Kildebrønde Jens Andersen, 5, Ugift, Deres børn, Her i sognet Peder Andersen, 3, Ugift, Deres børn, Her i sognet Peder Christensen, 57, Gift, ?? (En længere tekst), Flyng K.A.[Københavns Amt] Maren Johnsdatter, 53, Gift, Hans kone Kildebrønde K.A.[Københavns Amt] Ingeborg Pedersdatter, 19, Ugift, Deres datter, Her i sognet Peder Christensen and Maren Johnsdatter were the parents of Kirsten Pedersdatter
    • Census: 1855, Smedien, 93, Hundie Kildebrønde, Tune, Roskilde Amt ; Roskilde, Tune, Kildebrønde, Hundie, Smedien, 93, FT-1855, C1334 Name: Age: Marital status: Position in household: Occupation: Birth place: Anders Jensen, 34, Gift, Huusmand/ Smed, Sengeløse Kirsten Pedersdatter, 34, Gift, Hans Kone, Kildebrønde Jens Andersen, 10, Ugift, Deres Barn , Stærkinde (Sterlinge) Peder Andersen, 8, Ugift, Deres Barn, Stærkinde (Sterlinge) Niels Andersen, 5, Ugift, Deres Barn, Stærkinde (Sterlinge) Ane Andersdatter, 1, Ugift, Deres Barn, Stærkinde (Sterlinge)
    • Census: 1860, 1 Huus,, Hundie, Kildebrønde,, Tune, Eoskilde Amt ; Roskilde, Tune, Kildebrønde, Hundie, 1 Huus, 120, FT-1860, C1335 Name: Age: Marital status: Position in household: Occupation: Birth place: Anders Jensen, 40, Gift, Huusmand, Sengeløse Kirsten Pedersdatter, 40, Gift, Hans Kone, Reerslev Jens Andersen, 15, Ugift, Deres Barn, Reerslev Peder Andersen, 12, Ugift, Deres Barn, Reerslev Niels Andersen, 8 , Ugift, Deres Barn, Reerslev Ane Andersdatter, 6, Ugift, Deres Barn, Reerslev Lars Andersen, 4, Ugift, Deres Barn, Her i Sognet Maren Andersen, 1, Ugift, Deres Barn, Her i Sognet
    • Emigration to Queensland: 10 Nov 1872, From Kildebrönde, Dänemark, to Queensland, Australia; ame: Anders Jensen Departure Date: 10 Nov 1872 Destination: Queensland Birth Date: abt 1824 Age: 48 Gender: männlich (Male) Residence: Kildebrönde, Dänemark (Denmark) Occupation: Landmann Ship Name: Alardus Captain: Popp Shipping line: Theodor Wille, Hamburg Shipping Clerk: Louis Knorr & Co. Ship Type: Segelschiff Accommodation: ohne Angabe Ship Flag: Deutschland Port of Deprture: Hamburg Port of Arrival: Queensland (Staatsarchiv Hamburg. Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1850-1934) Name: Kersten Jensen Departure Date: 10 Nov 1872 Destination: Queensland Birth Date: abt 1824 Age: 48 Gender: weiblich (Female) Relationship: Frau (Wife) Residence: Kildebrönde, Dänemark (Denmark) (Staatsarchiv Hamburg. Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1850-1934) Name: Maren Jensen Departure Date: 10 Nov 1872 Destination: Queensland Birth Date: abt 1859 Age: 13 Gender: weiblich (Female) Relationship: Tochter (Daughter) Residence: Kildebrönde, Dänemark (Denmark) (Staatsarchiv Hamburg. Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1850-1934) Name: Anders Jensen Departure Date: 10 Nov 1872 Destination: Queensland Birth Date: abt 1863 Age: 9 Gender: männlich (Male) Relationship: Sohn (Son) Residence: Kildebrönde, Dänemark (Denmark) Staatsarchiv Hamburg. Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1850-1934) TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) QUEENSCLIFF, Friday. The North German ship Alardus, 158 days from Hamburg, bound to Brisbane, put in here to-day, in consequence of the loss of her captain, who disappeared from the ship at 4 o'clock yesterday morning. There is nothing to show whether the occurrence was accidental or suicidal. The chief officer is suffering from phthisis, and has been incapacitated from duty since January. The ship came here in order to make fresh arrangements for the prosecution of the voyage. She has 339 immigrants on board. Twenty-eight deaths have occurred from various causes during the voyage, inclusive of four newly born infants. The general health of the crew not being considered satisfactory, although no infectious disease is prevalent at present, the health officer ordered the ship into quarantine, where she now lies awaiting the chief medical officer's decision. The Alardus touched at Pernambuco on the voyage. The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria, Saturday, 19 April 1873

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Roskilde Amt, Tune Herred, Kildebrønde Sogn
    Kildebrønde Kirkebog 1813-1830
    Opslag 35
    Birth no 8
    Kirsten Pedersdatter was the daughter of Indsidder (Tenant) and Smed (Blacksmith) Peder Christensen in Kildebognde and Mareen Johnsdatter.

    Died:
    Name: Kirsten Jensen
    Death Place: Victoria
    Age: 48
    Father's Name: Chreatensen
    Mother's name: Maren Johnsdatter
    Registration Year: 1873
    Registration Place: Victoria
    Registration Number: 5139
    (Victoria Death Index)
    (Peter Christiansen)

    Notes:

    Married:
    Roskilde Amt, Tune Herred, Reerslev Sogn
    Reerslev Kirkebog 1835-1860
    Opslag 131
    Marriage no 7
    Uhgkarl (Bachelor) Anders Jensen from Stærkinde, age 23 and Pigen Kirsten Pedersdatter from Stærkinde, age 23 were married in Reerslev Krke on 22nd. December 1844.
    The witnesses were Smed Peder Christensen in Stærkinde and Hmd.(Huusmand, Smallholder) Niels Jensen from Højethorstrup.

    Children:
    1. Jens Andersen was born 10 Aug 1845, Stærkinde by, Reerslev Sogn, Roskilde Amt, Denmark; was christened 17 Aug 1845, Reerslev Kirke.
    2. Peder Andersen was born 26 Sep 1847, Stærkinde , Reerslev Parish, Københavns County, island of Sjælland, Danmark.; was christened 3 Oct 1847; died 16 Nov 1913, Nikenbah, Wide Bay, Qld..
    3. 6. Niels Andersen, .Son of Blacksmith was born 8 Jan 1851, Kildebrønde, Københavns amt, island of Sjælland, Danmark.; was christened 19 Jan 1851; was buried 25 Jul 1939, Poulsen Cemetery, Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia.
    4. Ane Andersdatter was born 30 Apr 1854, Stærkinde by, Reerslev Sogn, Roskilde Amt, Denmark; was christened 11 Jun 1854, Reerslev Kirke; died 24 Sep 1938, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
    5. Lars Andersen was born 10 Nov 1856, Hundie, Kildebrønde Sogn, Tune Herred, Roskilde Amt, Denmark; was christened 22 Feb 1857, Kildebrønde, Roskilde, Denmark; died 22 Mar 1929, Nikenbah District, Queensland, Australia; was buried 23 Mar 1929, Nikenbah Cemetery.
    6. Maren Andersen was born 22 Aug 1859, Hundie, Kildebrønde Sogn, Tune Herred, Roskilde Amt, Denmark; was christened 30 Oct 1859, Kildebrønde, København Amt, Denmark.
    7. Anders Andersen was born 31 Mar 1863, Hundie, Kildebrønde Sogn, Tune Herred, København Amt, Denmark; was christened 7 Jun 1863, Kildebrønde, Roskilde Amt, Denmark; died 25 May 1937, Queensland, Australia; was buried 26 May 1937, Maryborough Cemetery, Maryborough, Queensland, Australia.

  3. 14.  Frantz Ferdinand Jeppesen was born 1 Sep 1827, Engsig, Skjern Sogn, Ringkøbing Amt, Denmark; was christened 1 Oct 1827, At home (son of Jeppe Lauridsen and Mette Graversdatter).

    Other Events:

    • Census: 1834, Engsig, et Hus, 31, Skjern, Ringkøbing; Ringkøbing, Bølling, Skjern, Skjern, Engsig, et Hus, 31, FT-1834, B2823 Name: Age: Marital status: Position in household: Occupation: Birth place: Jeppe Lauridsen, 53, Gift, Agerbruger Mette Graversdatter, 44, Gift, Hans Kone Gravers Jeppesen, 14, Ugift, Deres Barn Bodil Kirstine Jeppesdatter, 12, Ugift, Deres Barn Marie Jeppesdatter, 11, Ugift, Deres Barn Franz Ferdinand Jeppesen, 7, Ugift, Deres Barn Peder Jeppesen, 4, Ugift, Deres Barn Jensine Marie Jeppesdatter, 2, Ugift, Deres Barn
    • Census: 1850, En gaard, 2, Aagaard, Sønder Borris, Bølling, Ringkøbing; Ringkøbing, Bølling, Sønder Borris, Aagaard, En gaard, 2 F1, FT-1850, C1144 Name: Age: Marital status: Position in household: Occupation: Birth place: Frantz Jeppesen, 23, Ugift, Tjenestefolk, fraværende, indkaldt til krigstjeneste, Skjern Sogn [Ringkøbing amt]
    • Census: 1860, Et huus, 89, Bjørnemose, Dejbjerg, Ringkøbing; Ringkøbing, Bølling, Dejbjerg, ??. . mose, Et huus, 89, FT-1860, D3048 Name: Age: Marital status: Position in household: Ocupation: Birth place: Frands Ferdinand Jepsen, 33, Gift, Huusmand., skomager, huusfader, Skjern, Ringk. Amt Ane Kjersten Gjestensen, 29, Gift, Hans kone, Sneiberg, Ringk. Amt Johannes Gjesten Frandsen, 5, Ugift Deres barn, Hanning
    • Census: 1870, Haunstrup, et huus, 65,, Helstrup og Albæk, Snejbjerg, Ringkøbing ; Ringkøbing, Hammerum, Snejbjerg, Helstrup og Albæk, Haunstrup, et huus, 65, FT-1870, C1247 Name: Age: Marital status: Position in household: Occupation: Birth place: Frands Ferdinand Jepsen, 42, Gift, Huusfader, Jordbruger, Skjern Ane Marie Andersen, 27, Gift, huusmoder, Stavning [Ringk. amt] Johanne Gjesten Frandsen, 15, Ugift Børn, Hanning [Ringk. amt] Ane Katrine Frandsen, 10, Ugift, Børn, Deiberg [Ringk. amt] Ane Marie Kirstine Frandsen, 3, Ugift Børn, Nørre Omme [Ringk. amt] Andersine Frandsen, 1, Ugift, Børn, Sneiberg [Ringk. amt]

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Ringkøbing Amt, Bølling Herred, Skjern Sogn
    Skjern Kirkebog 1813-1827
    Opslag 23
    Birth no 11
    Frantz Ferdinand Jeppesen was the son of Huusmand (Smallholder) Jeppe Lauridsen and Mette Graversdatter

    Frantz married Ane Kirstine Gjesten 17 Apr 1854, Vorgod, Ringkøbing, Denmark . Ane (daughter of Johannes Gjæsten and Anna Cathrine Thuesdatter Thuesdatter) was born 24 Mar 1831, Langvad, Snejbjerg Sogn, Ringkøbing Amt, Denmark; was christened 31 Mar 1831, Snejbjerg Kirke; died 24 Feb 1861, Bjørnemose, Dejbjerg Sogn, Bølling Herred, Ringkøbing Amt, Denmark; was buried 4 Mar 1861, Dejbjerg Sogn, Bølling Herred, Ringkøbing Amt, Denmark. [Group Sheet]


  4. 15.  Ane Kirstine Gjesten was born 24 Mar 1831, Langvad, Snejbjerg Sogn, Ringkøbing Amt, Denmark; was christened 31 Mar 1831, Snejbjerg Kirke (daughter of Johannes Gjæsten and Anna Cathrine Thuesdatter Thuesdatter); died 24 Feb 1861, Bjørnemose, Dejbjerg Sogn, Bølling Herred, Ringkøbing Amt, Denmark; was buried 4 Mar 1861, Dejbjerg Sogn, Bølling Herred, Ringkøbing Amt, Denmark.

    Other Events:

    • Census: 1834, En gaard, 95, Langvad, Snejbjerg, Ringkøbing; Ringkøbing, Hammerum, Snejbjerg, Langvad, en gaard, 95, FT-1834, C0134 Name: Age: Marital status: Position in household: Occupation: Birth place: Johannes Gjesten, 33, Gift, Ernærer sig af sin gaard Anna Cathrine Thuesdatter, 24, Gift, Hans kone Anna Kirstine Gjesten, 3, Ugift, Deres børn Else Gjesten, 2, Ugift, Deres børn, Anna Kirstine Jensdatter, 54, Enke, Aftægtsnyder paa gaarden Christen Gjesten, 14, Ugift, Hendes søn
    • Census: 1840, En gaard, 32, Langvad, Snejbjerg, Ringkøbing; Ringkøbing, Hammerum, Snejbjerg, Langvad, en gaard, 32, FT-1840, C0762 Name: Age: Marital status: Position in household: Occupation: Birth place: Niels Jensen 34, Gift, Huusfader, lever af strømpebinden og tillige af sin aulingsvæsen Anne Cathrine Thuesdatter, 30, Gift, Hans kone Anne Kirstine Gjæsten, 8, Ugift, Deres børn, Anne Marie Gjæsten, 5, Ugift, Deres børn Thomassine Gjæsten, 4, Ugift, Deres børn Johannes Gjæsten, 1, Ugift, Deres børn Anne Kirstine Jensdatter, 61, Enke, Aftægtskone Anne Thuesdatter 24 Ugift Tjenestepige Anne Margrethe Pedersdatter 20 Ugift Væver

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Ringkøbing Amt, Hammerum Herred, Snejbjerg Sogn
    Snejbjerg kirkebog 1825-1835
    Opslag 25
    Birth no 4
    Ane Kirstine Gjestsen was the daughter of Insidder (Tenant) Johannes Gjesten and Anna Cathrine Thuesdatter of Langvad

    Died:
    Ringkøbing Amt, Bølling Herred, Dejbjerg Sogn
    Dejbjerg Kirkebog 1856-1879
    Opslag 129
    Death no 2
    Ane Kirstine Gjesten was the wife of Frands Ferdinand Jepsen in Bjørnemose and daughter of Johannes Gjesten and aged 30 years.

    Notes:

    Married:
    Name: Frantz Ferdinand Jeppesen
    Birth Date: 1828
    Age: 26
    Spouse's Name: Ane Kirstine Gjesten
    Spouse's Birth Date: 1831
    Spouse's Age: 23
    Event Date: 17 Apr 1854
    Event Place: Vorgod, Ringkøbing, Denmark
    Spouse's Father's Name: Niels Jensen
    (Denmark, Marriages, 1635-1916, LDS Family Search)

    Ringkøbing Amt, Bølling Herred, Vorgod Sogn
    Vorgod Kirkdsbog 1854-1863
    Opslag 54
    Marriage no 2
    Bachelor (Ungkarl) Frantz Ferdinand Jeppesen of Skjern, age 26, vaccinaton 14 August 1835 married Pigen (Maiden) Ane Kirstine Gjesten, stepfather Niels Jensen from Vorgod, age 23 years, vaccination 1 November 1835. The wittenses were Gaardmand (Farmer) Niels Nielsen and Huusmand Niels Jensen of Vorgod Mark. They were married 17 April 1845 in Vorgod Kirke

    Children:
    1. 7. Marie (Jeppesine Mette Marie) Frandsen was born 18 Sep 1857, Bjørnemose, Dejbjerg Sogn, Bølling Herred, Ringkøbing Amt, Denmark; was christened 18 Oct 1857, Hanning Kirke, Hanning Sogn, Bølling Herred, Ringkøbing Amt, Denmark; died 11 Nov 1945, Maryborough, Queensland, Australia; was buried 13 Nov 1945, Poulsen Cemetery, Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia.


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