Anna Margrethe Dorothea "Doris" Lorentzen

Anna Margrethe Dorothea "Doris" Lorentzen[1]

Female 1829 - 1922  (93 years)

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  • Name Anna Margrethe Dorothea "Doris" Lorentzen 
    Nickname Doris 
    Born 28 Oct 1829  Kiel, Holstein, Prussia Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Gender Female 
    Died 17 Nov 1922  Hyrum, Cache, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    Buried Hyrum City Cemetery, Hyrum, Cache, Utah, United States Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I1026  My Family Tree | Petersen-Aldous
    Last Modified 22 Apr 2014 

    Father Lorentz Lorentzen,   b. Abt 1795, Skaevinge, Frederiksborg, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 17 May 1876, Valby, Frederiksborg, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 81 years) 
    Mother Ane Margaretha Jacobsen,   b. 1 Jul 1794, Kalleby, Schleswig, Prussia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 26 Mar 1879, Valby, Frederiksborg, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 84 years) 
    Married 31 Aug 1826  Westensee, Holstein, Prussia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Documents
    Marriage record Lorentz Lorentzen and Ane Margaretha Jacobsen
    Marriage record Lorentz Lorentzen and Ane Margaretha Jacobsen
    Register of Marriages Westensee, August 31st 1826
    The coachman in Schierensee Lorenz Lorenzen, legitimate son of the farmer Peter Lorenzen and Cecilia born Petersen in Rabenkirchen in Angeln,
    and
    Margaretha Bruhn, housekeeper in Schierensee, the widow left behind by the late farm-owner Johann Adolph Bruhn in Brunsholm and legitimate daughter of Peter Nicolay Jacobsen and Anna Maria nee Jochimsen in Quern.

    Family ID F438  Group Sheet

    Family Hans Petersen,   b. 6 Apr 1826, Valby, Frederiksborg, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 6 Feb 1911, Hyrum, Cache, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 84 years) 
    Married 3 Apr 1851  Valby, Frederiksborg, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location  [4
    Divorced 1867  Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Margaret Josephine Petersen,   b. 16 Apr 1852, Valby, Frederiksborg, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 8 Apr 1942, Cache, Utah, United States Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 89 years)
    +2. Ernest Lorentz Petersen,   b. 30 Jan 1854, Valby, Frederiksborg, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 7 Jan 1936, Hyrum, Cache, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 81 years)
    +3. Lorentz Petersen,   b. 15 Feb 1857, Valby, Frederiksborg, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 6 Apr 1942, Hyrum, Cache, Utah, United States Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 85 years)
     4. Hans Petersen,   b. 30 Jun 1864, Hyrum, Cache, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 26 Nov 1869, Hyrum, Cache, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 5 years)
     5. Ezra Petersen,   b. 28 May 1866, Hyrum, Cache, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 15 May 1959, Logan, Cache, Utah, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 92 years)
    Last Modified 12 Jun 2013 
    Family ID F436  Group Sheet

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsBorn - 28 Oct 1829 - Kiel, Holstein, Prussia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarried - 3 Apr 1851 - Valby, Frederiksborg, Denmark Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDivorced - 1867 - Utah, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - 17 Nov 1922 - Hyrum, Cache, Utah, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBuried - - Hyrum City Cemetery, Hyrum, Cache, Utah, United States Link to Google Earth
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  • Photos
    Doris Lorentzen Petersen
    Doris Lorentzen Petersen
    Doris Lorentzen Petersen
    Doris Lorentzen Petersen
    Doris Lorentzen
    Doris Lorentzen
    Doris Lorentzen Petersen through the years
    Doris Lorentzen Petersen through the years
    The home of Hans and Doris Lorentzen Petersen in Denmark
    The home of Hans and Doris Lorentzen Petersen in Denmark
    Ernest, Josephine and Lorentz Petersen
    Ernest, Josephine and Lorentz Petersen
    Children of Hans and Doris Peterson. Year taken, unknown.
    Doris as an older woman wearing a hat
    Doris as an older woman wearing a hat
    Doris Lorentzen Petersen
    Doris Lorentzen Petersen
    Doris, in her older age.
    Lorentz, Doris, Eva, Ristine and Willard's first car
    Lorentz, Doris, Eva, Ristine and Willard's first car

    Documents
    Baptismal Record of Anna Margrethe Dorothea Lorentzen
    Baptismal Record of Anna Margrethe Dorothea Lorentzen
    Taufregister Keil St. Nikolai (475/1829) W - Register of Baptisms Kiel St. Nikolai (475/1829) Females
    Oct. 27th, 1829, Nov. 18th 1829
    Anna Margreta Dorothea Lorentzen
    ehel. T. des hies. Arbeitsm. Lorentz Lorentzen - legitimate daughter of the laborer here Lorentz Lorentzen
    u. dess Ehefr Margreta geb. Jakobsen. - and his wife Margreta nee Jakobsen.
    Gev. - Godparents: Anna Margreta Sievrsen, Magdalena Dorthea Schultz, Anna Margreta Heitmann
    1834 Denmark Census for the Lorentz and Margaretha Jacobsen Lorentzen family
    1834 Denmark Census for the Lorentz and Margaretha Jacobsen Lorentzen family
    Place: St. Anne Baltic Quarter, Copenhagen

    Name - Gender - Age - Birth Year - Marital Status - Information
    Lorentz Lorentzen - Male - 38 - 1796 - Married - Extraman in Royal Kitchen
    Magrethe Jacobsen - Female - 50 - 1798 - Married - Lorentz's wife
    Marie Christine Lorentzen - Female - 5 - 1829 - Single - Their child

    The name of Marie Christine makes this record suspect but it is the only record for the 1834 census that has been found thus far that fits the family.
    1840 Denmark Census the Lorentz Lorentzen and Ane Margaretha Jacobsen Family
    1840 Denmark Census the Lorentz Lorentzen and Ane Margaretha Jacobsen Family
    Place: Kongens Lyngby Parish (9 miles north from Copenhagen)
    Hundred: Sokkelund County: Kobenhavn Place: Lyngbye

    Lorentz Lorentzen 44 Married Spisevært (Eat Host)
    Magrethe Jacobsen 50 Married Wife
    Dorthea Lorentzen 11 Single Daughter
    Stine Wallengreen 27 Single Maid
    1845 Denmark Census for Lorentz Lorentzen and Margaretha Jacobsen Family
    1845 Denmark Census for Lorentz Lorentzen and Margaretha Jacobsen Family
    Place: Lyngby Parish (9 miles north from Copenhagen)
    Hundred: Sokkelund County: Kobenhavn Place: Lyngbye

    Lorentz Lorentzen 49 Married Spisevaert? Skjaevinge/Frederiksborg
    Magrethe Jacobsen 55 Married Hustru Qvern/Angel/Tyskland
    Dorthea Lorentzen 16 Single Barn Kiel/Tyskkland
    Kirstine Wallengreen 32 Married Maid Copenhagen
    Ane Marie Rasmussed 42 Married Slotspige? Odense
    Baptism Record for the Petersons
    Baptism Record for the Petersons
    Petersen, Hans 6 April 1825 Valby 18 March 1862 Aaerboe H. P. Lund
    Petersen, Dorise 29 October 1829 25 April 1858 Valby Harth A. Alquist

    H. P. Lund is probably Hans Peter Lund born 16 July 1821 and Christened 30 September 1821 Nekso, Bornholm, Denmark (KWJF-J6F). He joined the LDS Church in 1850. Hans was active in missionary work until emigrating to America in 1857 (http://devinthorpe.typepad.com/tdbbgw_family_history/files/gray-family_group_sheets.pdf). He was a company cook for the Horace S. Eldredge Company in 1858 at age 37 which arrived in Salt Lake, Utah 1 August 1858. Under his direction, 654 (or 657) LDS Saints sailed on the ship B.S. Kimball from Liverpool, England in 1863 (http://www.nhfelt.org/doc_directly/church_chronology.pdf). Hans joined the John R. Young Company in 1863 along with Hans and Doris Petersen. Hans died 19 June 1880 and is buried in the Huntsville Cemetery.

    Harth A. Alquist does not appear on Pioneer Overland Travel - Alquist he was most likely a Denmark native and did not emigrate.
    1850 Denmark Census for Lorentz Lorentzen and Magretha Jacobsen Family
    1850 Denmark Census for Lorentz Lorentzen and Magretha Jacobsen Family
    Place: Frederiksborg, Holbo, Valby

    Lorentz Lorentzen 57 Married Gardmand, husfader Skaevinge Sogn
    Vilhelmine Jacobsen 61 Married His wife Holsten
    Doris Lorentzen 21 Single Their daughter Holsten
    Anders Pedersen 41 Single Laborer Jaegerspris
    Denmark census 1850, 1855, 1860 Lorentz Lorentzen, Ane Margaretha Jacobsen, and Anna Margrethe Dorothea (Doris) Lorentzen
    Denmark census 1850, 1855, 1860 Lorentz Lorentzen, Ane Margaretha Jacobsen, and Anna Margrethe Dorothea (Doris) Lorentzen
    Marriage Record for Hans Petersen and Doris Lorentzen 3 April 1851
    Marriage Record for Hans Petersen and Doris Lorentzen 3 April 1851
    1860 Denmark Census for Lorenz and Doris Lorentzen Petersen
    1860 Denmark Census for Lorenz and Doris Lorentzen Petersen
    Name: Age: Marital status: Pos. in household: Occupation: Birth place:
    Hans Pedersen 36 Gift Husfader. Gaardmand Valby Sogn, Frederiksborg Amt
    Anna Margrethe Dorthea Lorentzen 31 Gift Hans Kone Kiel
    Margrethe Hansine Pedersen 8 Ugift Deres Barn Valby Sogn, Frederiksborg Amt
    Lorentz Ernst Pedersen 6 Ugift Deres Barn Valby Sogn, Frederiksborg Amt
    Lorentz Pedersen 3 Ugift Deres Barn Valby Sogn, Frederiksborg Amt
    Jens Pedersen 34 Ugift Tjenestekarl Valby Sogn, Frederiksborg Amt
    Kirstine Andersen 16 Ugift Tjenestepige Grønholt Sogn, Frederiksborg Amt
    John J. Boyd Passenger List for Hans & Doris Pedersen
    John J. Boyd Passenger List for Hans & Doris Pedersen
    30 April 1863 - 29 May 1863
    Ship 'John J. Boyd' Emigrant Voyages Narratives
    Ship "John J. Boyd" Emigrant Voyages Narratives
    Petersen family sailed on this ship 30 April 1863 from Liverpool, England and arrived at New York 29 May 1863
    1870 United States Census
    1870 United States Census
    Household Gender Age Birthplace
    Larson Larson M 22y DENMARK
    Josephine Larson F 18y DENMARK
    Household Gender Age Birthplace
    Doris Lorenson F 40y PRUSSIA
    Petersen Petersen M 16y DENMARK
    Lorenzo Petersen M 14y DENMARK
    Kaper Petersen M 4y UTAH
    1880 United States Census
    1880 United States Census
    Hans and Sophia Petersen and family live next door to Anna Margrethe (Doris) Lorentzen and family

    Self K. Lars Larsen M 32 Norway
    Wife Josephine Larsen F 24 Denmark
    Dau Caroline Larsen F 5 Utah, United States
    Dau Doras Larsen F 4 Utah, United States
    Son Lorenzo Larsen M 2 Utah, United States
    Mother-in-law Doras Lorensen F 50 Germany
    Brother-in-law Ezra Petersen M 14 Utah, United States
    6 January 1897 Salt Lake Tribune Article stating Mrs. Doris Lorentzen was granted certificate to practice obstetrics
    6 January 1897 Salt Lake Tribune Article stating Mrs. Doris Lorentzen was granted certificate to practice obstetrics
    1900 United States Census
    1900 United States Census
    Head Ezra Peterson M 34 Utah
    Wife Sarah E. Peterson F 32 Utah
    Dau Sarah Ellen Peterson F 9 Utah
    Son Warren Peterson M 11 Utah
    Dau Ruby Peterson F 6 Utah
    Dau Pearl Peterson F 4 Utah
    Son Russel Peterson M 2 Utah
    Head Laurentzsen, Doris f 70 Germany


    Head Ernest Peterson M 44 Denmark
    Wife Millie Peterson F 29 Utah
    Son Ernest Peterson M 20 Utah
    Dau Minnie Peterson F 18 Utah
    Son Algeron Peterson M 14 Utah
    Dau Grace Peterson F 8 Utah
    Dau Lareu Peterson F 4 Utah
    Dau Evangeline Peterson F 3 Utah
    1910 United States Census
    1910 United States Census
    SELF Lauritzen, Doris F 81y Germany

    SELF Ezra Peterson M 43y Utah
    WIFE Sarah E Peterson F 41y Utah
    SON Warren Peterson M 20y Utah
    DAU Sarah Peterson F 18y Utah
    DAU Pearl Peterson F 13y Utah
    DAU La Prell Peterson F 9y Utah
    SON Russel Peterson M 10y Utah
    SON Vernon Peterson M 6y Utah
    Beginning of 1919 Patriarchal Blessing for Doris Lorentzen
    Beginning of 1919 Patriarchal Blessing for Doris Lorentzen
    Diary of Anne Margrette Dorthea 'Doris' Lorentzen in 1921
    Diary of Anne Margrette Dorthea "Doris" Lorentzen in 1921
    Obtained from Utah State University, Special Collections and Archives, 22 January 2014
    Death Certificate for Doris Lorentzen
    Death Certificate for Doris Lorentzen
    Place: Hyrum, Cache County, Utah Date: November 17, 1922 Age: 93 years, 20 days
    Occupation: Retired mid-wife Birthplace: Kiel, Germany
    Father's Name: Peter N. Lourentzen Mother's Name: Margaret Jacobsen
    Informant: Ezra Petersen

    Death Record for Doris Lorentzen
    Death Record for Doris Lorentzen
    Record of Deaths, Hyrum City, Utah, page 58.

    Source: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1971-28322-146-22?cc=2001084&wc=M6HY-22S:284657101,284657102
    History of Doris Laurentzen by Unknown Author and History of Margaret Jacobsen by Dora Petersen Browning
    History of Doris Laurentzen by Unknown Author and History of Margaret Jacobsen by Dora Petersen Browning
    Original record for Doris Lorentzen was about 3 November 1921
    Dora Petersen Browning Letter was in March 1950
    Provided by Mary Cahoon

    Headstones
    Doris Lorentzen Headstone
    Doris Lorentzen Headstone
    On her headstone she is listed first as Doris Lorentzen and then as: Anna Margarethe Dorothea Lorentzen Petersen
    Doris Lorentzen Petersen Headstone
    Doris Lorentzen Petersen Headstone

    Histories
    Transcribed Autobiographical Sketch by Anna Margrethe Dorothea 'Doris' Lorentzen
    Transcribed Autobiographical Sketch by Anna Margrethe Dorothea "Doris" Lorentzen
    Probably created about 3 November 1921, about one year before the death of Doris.
    Doris Lauritzen compiled by Clair Petersen 30 August 2009
    Doris Lauritzen compiled by Clair Petersen 30 August 2009
    The King's Little Doris by Carolyn Johnson Petersen Rock
    The King's Little Doris by Carolyn Johnson Petersen Rock
    Published 17 January 1998
    Hans Peter Lund Journal 1854-1880
    Hans Peter Lund Journal 1854-1880
    Excerpts from the Journal of Hans Peter Lund
    1861
    March 2 - I came to H. Petersen, Valby (pg. 60)
    March 17 - had a nice meeting in Valby at P. Hansens (pg. 60)
    March 18 - I baptized H. Petersen, N. Lassen, Bent I. Rasmussen and his wife (pg. 61)
    May 15 - prayermeeting at H. Petersens (pg. 61)
    May 19 - good gathering at H. Petersens (pg. 61)
    November 21 - I, Van Catt, Cluff and C.A. Madsen visited Brother Petersen.
    1862
    January 26 - District meeting at Hans Petersens we were really bleased. Brother Hans Petesen was ordained as a Priest.
    Sunday August 16 had a gathering and the brethern told have [how] happy they were. H[ans]. Petersens ox and Niels Petersens cow died, we drove 6 miles.
    Aug 19 during the night 65 piece of cattle ran away, the captain and [Jeremiah] Strimham [Stringham] and H[ans]. Petersen on horseback and some brethern looked for them and found all of them. Captain [William B.] Prestons company passed us, they were English and Danish. In the afternoon cap. Young called H[ans]. P[eter]. Lund, D. Garner, H[ans]. Petersen, Hans Andersen, P[oul]. Larsen and N[iels]. Larsen should talked about what we could do, because some of the people had too much goods. The result was that they, who could take some of it should have $2 for 100 pounds of goods 100 miles. Young called a Counsil and told us what they decided and it was carried out, drove 5 miles and camped near Sweet Water [Sweetwater],
    August 22 I. G. Jensens ox died, H. Petersens cow and N. Larsens ox died, we crossed Sweet Water 3 times, drove 15 miles.
    Happenings Surrounding the Life of Margarethe Jacobsen
    Happenings Surrounding the Life of Margarethe Jacobsen
    By Carolyn Johnson Petersen Rock 22 January 1998
    Journal Excerpt of Hans Peter Lund
    Journal Excerpt of Hans Peter Lund
    Part of the John R. Young Company of 1863 which began its journey from the outfitting post at Florence, Nebraska (now Omaha).
    Doris Lorentzen Petersen: Midwife and Pioneer Mother 4th Edition
    Doris Lorentzen Petersen: Midwife and Pioneer Mother 4th Edition
    By Clyde F. Hurst and Edwin S. Hurst
    John R. Young Company Members
    John R. Young Company Members
    In 1863 this company began its journey from the outfitting post at Florence, Nebraska (now Omaha).

  • Notes 
    • Names of Doris
      Anna Margreta Dorthea Lorentzen - 1829 Baptism Record
      Dorthea Lorentzen - 1840 Census
      Dorthea Lorentzen - 1845 Census
      Doris Lorentzen - 1850 Census
      Dorise Petersen - 1858 Baptism Record
      Anna Mary Dorthea Lorentzen - 1860 Census


      Godparents
      Anna Margreta Sieversen - The spelling of the last name must be wrong since it doesn't show at all in census data. A search by the first two names produces a Anne Margreta Jorgensen living in St. Anne Baltic Quarter as a maid at the time of the 1840 census. Born 1810 she is 30 years old.
      Magdalena Dorothea Schultz - Many Schultz to choose from. The most interesting is a widow Margaretha Schultz (born Lorenz) born 1788 living in Gluckstadt (southwest border of the county of Holstein) with two children Christian age 15 and Johann age 14.
      Anna Margreta Heitmann - The 1835 Danish census lists 27 year old Anna Margreta Heitmann married to Friedrich Monkel, a shoemaker, and living in Molfsee (also the parish), 7 miles from Kiel in county of Holsten. They have four children between ages 13 and 3. Molfsee is just east of Westensee, the location of Doris's parents marriage. See danishfamilysearch.com. Film 2069 T1 F35 S 26


      Prussia was a German kingdom and historic state from 1525 to 1947 which, at its peak included most of modern-day Germany, Poland, Lithuania and parts of Denmark and Russia.

      Schleswig was a part of Denmark during the Viking Age, and became a Danish duchy in the 12th century. Denmark repeatedly tried to reintegrate the Duchy of Schleswig into the Danish kingdom. On March 27, 1848 Frederick VII of Denmark announced to the people of Schleswig the promulgation of a liberal constitution under which the duchy, while preserving its local autonomy, would become an integral part of Denmark. This led to an open uprising by Schleswig-Holstein's large German majority in support of independence from Denmark and of close association with the German Confederation. The military intervention of the Kingdom of Prussia supported the uprising: the Prussian army drove Denmark's troops from Schleswig and Holstein in the First Schleswig War of 1848?1851 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schleswig-Holstein_Question).

      In the excitement of 1848 a revolutionary group seizes Kiel, declares the independence of the two duchies from Denmark and appeals to the German Confederation for help. The result is an invasion of Schleswig-Holstein, and then of Denmark itself, by a Prussian army on behalf of the Confederation (http://www.historyworld.net/wrldhis/PlainTextHistories.asp?groupid=561&HistoryID=aa59>rack=pthc).

      Excerpts from the Journal of Hans Peter Lund
      1861
      March 2 - I came to H. Petersen, Valby (pg. 60)
      March 17 - had a nice meeting in Valby at P. Hansens (pg. 60)
      March 18 - I baptized H. Petersen, N. Lassen, Bent I. Rasmussen and his wife (pg. 61)
      May 15 - prayermeeting at H. Petersens (pg. 61)
      May 19 - good gathering at H. Petersens (pg. 61)
      November 21 - I, Van Catt, Cluff and C.A. Madsen visited Brother Petersen.
      1862
      January 26 - District meeting at Hans Petersens we were really bleased. Brother Hans Petesen was ordained as a Priest.
      Sunday August 16 had a gathering and the brethern told have [how] happy they were. H[ans]. Petersens ox and Niels Petersens cow died, we drove 6 miles.
      Aug 19 during the night 65 piece of cattle ran away, the captain and [Jeremiah] Strimham [Stringham] and H[ans]. Petersen on horseback and some brethern looked for them and found all of them. Captain [William B.] Prestons company passed us, they were English and Danish. In the afternoon cap. Young called H[ans]. P[eter]. Lund, D. Garner, H[ans]. Petersen, Hans Andersen, P[oul]. Larsen and N[iels]. Larsen should talked about what we could do, because some of the people had too much goods. The result was that they, who could take some of it should have $2 for 100 pounds of goods 100 miles. Young called a Counsil and told us what they decided and it was carried out, drove 5 miles and camped near Sweet Water [Sweetwater],
      August 22 I. G. Jensens ox died, H. Petersens cow and N. Larsens ox died, we crossed Sweet Water 3 times, drove 15 miles.

      Copenhagen Branch:
      #167 Emma Elise - Baptized 27 December 1850 - Valbye (Item #8)
      #168 Fritiof Emmanuel - Baptized 7 FEbruary 1852 - Valbye (Item #8)

  • Sources 
    1. [S19] The Utah Journal Newspaper, Date.Original 1897-01-12 Title Utah Journal The Utah Journal Newspaper 1897-01-12 Type newspaper Source D:\CDMPS\Utah-UJ\Stage4\thj_18970102-18980331_5.prd.
      Mrs. Doris Lorentzen, of Cache, passed a successful examination in obstetrics before the State Medical Board last week.
      http://digital.lib.usu.edu/cdm/compoundobject/collection/utahj/id/44626/show/44704/rec/16



    2. [S14] Billiongraves.com, http://billiongraves.com/pages/record/person/3726990.
      Anna Margrethe Lorentzen Peterson

      Birth: 28 October 1829
      Death: 17 November 1922
      Cemetery: Hyrum City Cemetery, Hyrum, Utah, United States
      Photo of tombstone available on website

    3. [S15] Utah, Deaths and Burials, 1888-1946, index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/F85Z-6J5 : accessed 08 Jun 2013), Dorus Laurentzen, 28 Oct 1829.
      Dorus Laurentzen, "Utah, Deaths and Burials, 1888-1946"
      Name: Dorus Laurentzen
      Gender: Female
      Death Date: 17 Nov 1922
      Death Place: Cache, Utah
      Birth Date: 28 Oct 1829
      Birthplace: Kiel, Germany
      Indexing Project (Batch) Number: B54861-6
      System Origin: Utah-EASy
      GS Film number: 1035848


    4. [S17] Denmark, Marriages, 1635-1916, index, "Denmark, Marriages, 1635-1916," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FV5Q-F49 : accessed 12 Jun 2013), Hans Pedersen and Anna Margrethe Dorthea Lorentzen, 03 Apr 1851.
      Name: Hans Pedersen
      Birth Date: 1825
      Age: 26
      Spouse's Name: Anna Margrethe Dorthea Lorentzen
      Spouse's Birth Date: 1830
      Spouse's Age: 21
      Event Date: 03 Apr 1851
      Event Place: Valby, Frederiksborg, Denmark
      Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M22090-1
      System Origin: Denmark-EASy
      GS Film number: 48552



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Janet Smith (Idaho Falls, US) says...
This has been a very interesting read. I have just learned in the last two weeks that there is a possibility I have a very similar story. We have always known there was some connection with the \"King of Denmark\", supposedly his father was a gardener at the palace. But a cousin informed me that she thinks he was actually an illegitimate child of the king. I too thought King Frederik, but looking into it more, I think it would be Christian VIII, also. My gg grandfather was born in ... Read More
23rd July 2016 7:55pm
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Ann Gomez says...
What a wonderful history of Doris! Many of these documents, I have never seen. Thanks to everyone who contributed to this history. :)
12th January 2016 10:13pm
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