Johann Erlich Thomas Brodersen

Male 1819 - 1853  (34 years)

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  • Name Johann Erlich Thomas Brodersen 
    Born 1819  Schleswig-Holstein, Prussia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 23 May 1853 
    Person ID I1041  My Family Tree | Petersen-Aldous
    Last Modified 22 Jan 2014 

    Father Broder Brodersen,   d. Bef 1847 
    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) 
    • Kropp Baptism Register, page 46, year 1820
      Johann Ehrlich Tomas Brodersen, illegitimate son of the widow Margaretha Bruhn nee Jacobsen, housekeeper in Feldscheide. Godparents: Broder Brodersen, Feldscheide, M. Bruhn
      She indicates the innkeeper B. Brodersen in Feldcheide as the father of this illegitimate child, who, as he has declared, would very much like to restore her honor by taking her as his wife.

      [It appears that Feldscheide was located about 3 miles south of Kropp, probably in the city limits. See]
    Family ID F442  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Married Abt 1846 
     1. Johann Christian Lorentz Brodersen,   b. 1847
     2. Wilhem Christian Brodersen,   b. 1848
     3. Juergen Brodersen,   b. 1850,   d. 1880  (Age 30 years)
     4. Margarethe Brodersen,   b. 1853
    Last Modified 22 Jan 2014 
    Family ID F201  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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  • Documents
    Baptismal record Johann Erlich Thomas Brodersen
    Baptismal record Johann Erlich Thomas Brodersen

  • Notes 
    • Tr.:
      Register of Marriages Rendsburg-Neuwerk (Christkirche)

      ? Febr. 14th, 1847

      Country district
      27 and 21 [years old]
      bachelor ? spinster

      Brodersen, Johann Ehrlich Thomas, laborer at the Carlshuette in Buedelsdorf,
      illegitimate son of the late Broder Brodersen, innkeeper in Feldscheide, indicated
      to be the father by the widow Margretha Bruhn née Jacobsen in Feldscheide,
      now deceased x ?
      with Anna Ehlers in Buedelsdorf, legitimate daughter of the cottageman there
      Johann Ehlers and Cathrina née Engelandt.
      Produced were 1) the groom's "Aegtebrief" from Kropp, showing also his
      vaccination and the statement that he is not supported, and 2) the bride's certificate of vaccination by Kuehnel, 17th July 28.
      She was born and confirmed here.

      x not right : remarried Westensee 31/8 1826 and ? Valby on Zealand 26/3 1879

      Comment : the Carlshuette in Buedelsdorf was an iron foundry. They cast iron.