Mary Gogeal1

F, b. circa 1855
     Mary Gogeal was born circa 1855.1 She witnessed the census of Johann Theodor Barlage on 12 July 1870 at Dayton, OH; Age is given as 65, he's a retired merchant who supposedly came from Holland. His real estate is valued at $10,000 and his net worth is $30,000
Pop=30,500.2

Citations

  1. [S148] 12 July 1870 unknown record type, unknown repository address, MTW3 pg 164 w/Barlow family.
  2. [S148] 12 July 1870 unknown record type, unknown repository address, 3rd Ward, Pg. 164.

Carolyn Ohmer1

F, b. 1855, d. 1924
FatherMichael Ohmer2
MotherRose M (?)
     Carolyn Ohmer married Heinrich Antonius Barlow, son of Johann Theodor Barlage and Dorothea Nippgen.1 Carolyn Ohmer was born in 1855.3 She also went by the name of "Carrie"; Carrie is listed as the widow of H. Barlow.4 She died in 1924.3

Family

Heinrich Antonius Barlow b. 1849, d. 1890
Children

Citations

  1. [S149] Charlotte Reeve Conover Dayton & Montgomery County, Pg 144.
  2. [S150] Unknown author Memoirs, Pg 459.
  3. [S197] James Barlow Ferneding to e-mail address, unknown record type, 10/15/99, email.
  4. [S150] Unknown author Memoirs, Pg. 459.

Theodore Alfred Barlow1

M, b. 2 March 1877
FatherHeinrich Antonius Barlow1 b. 1849, d. 1890
MotherCarolyn Ohmer1 b. 1855, d. 1924
     Theodore Alfred Barlow was associated; Rotary Club.1 He was associated; Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks.2 He was associated; Dayton Country Club.1 He was associated; Dayton Bicycle Club.3 He was associated; Knights of Columbus.1 He was associated; Wholesale Dry Goods Institute.1 He was associated; Lisc Camp of U. S. W. Veterans.1 He was associated; United Commercial Travelers.1 He witnessed Conover writes in 1932: "The J. T. Barlow Co. is one of the oldest and largest of its type in Ohio and widely known throughout the United States and its territories, and enjoying an enviable reputation. The United States Government is one of its largest buyers. They receive annual contracts from the various bureaus and departments of the government and ship annually large quantities of dry goods supplies on contract to the different branches of the National Soldiers' Homes, and several carload lots each year to the Indian Affairs consigned to their warehouses at Chicago, St. Louis and San Francisco for distribution to the Indian reservations, agencies and schools. All institutions in the District of Columbia are their regular customers as well as state institutions, universities, colleges, hospitals, and hotels in many states also buy of them in large quantities. between 1865 and 1949 at J. T. Barlow Co., Dayton, OH.4 He was born on 2 March 1877 at Dayton, OH.1 He was milit Spanish-American War; Troop F, 1st Ohio Volunteer Calvary circa 1880.1 He was educated between 1883 and 1895 at Public grammar & high schools, Dayton, OH.1 He was educated after 1895 at St Mary's College, Dayton, OH.1 He was educated after 1897 at Wilts Business College, Dayton, OH.1 He J.T.Barlow & Co was established in 1865 as Legler & Barlow. It was incorporated in 1905 as the J. T. Barlow Company. In 1913 they moved to their new fire-proof building of 66,000 sq ft at the corner of Third and Sears in Dayton. The cause was the great flood which had destroyed their building at #35-37 N. Main St. The new 6 story building was fully equipped with all the latest resources for a dry-good wholesaler. It even had its own rail spur going to the building. in 1913 at 543 E Third St (3rd & Sears), Dayton, OH.2 He was milit "During the World War he was prominently active in connection with all Liberty Loan drives and various other patriotic movements of that period. between 1914 and 1918.1 He was After the 1913 flood the company moved from #35 & #37 N Main St to a new 66,000 sq ft fire-proof building at 543 E Third St (3rd & Sears). After J.T.Barlow's death in 1925, T.A. Barlow bought up all remaining stock in the company and became CEO. after 1925 at President & Treasurer, J. T. Barlow Co..1 He Not married and lives with sister Louise Heikes circa 1932 at Dayton, OH.1

Citations

  1. [S149] Charlotte Reeve Conover Dayton & Montgomery County, Pg 144.
  2. [S149] Charlotte Reeve Conover Dayton & Montgomery County, Pg 143.
  3. [S149] Charlotte Reeve Conover Dayton & Montgomery County.
  4. [S149] Charlotte Reeve Conover Dayton & Montgomery County, Pg 143-144.

Louise Barlow1

F
FatherHeinrich Antonius Barlow1 b. 1849, d. 1890
MotherCarolyn Ohmer1 b. 1855, d. 1924
     Her married name was Heikes. Louise Barlow married (?) Heikes.1 Louise Barlow witnessed the residence of Alfred Barlow Heikes circa 1930 at "Haverway", Oakwood, OH; Oakwood is described as one of Dayton's attractive suburbs.1 Louise Barlow witnessed the note of Theodore Alfred Barlow circa 1932 at Dayton, OH; Not married and lives with sister Louise Heikes.1

Citations

  1. [S149] Charlotte Reeve Conover Dayton & Montgomery County, Pg 144.

(?) Heikes1

M
     (?) Heikes married Louise Barlow, daughter of Heinrich Antonius Barlow and Carolyn Ohmer.1 (?) Heikes witnessed the residence of Alfred Barlow Heikes circa 1930 at "Haverway", Oakwood, OH; Oakwood is described as one of Dayton's attractive suburbs.1

Citations

  1. [S149] Charlotte Reeve Conover Dayton & Montgomery County, Pg 144.

Alfred Barlow Heikes1

M
Father(?) Heikes1
MotherLouise Barlow1
     Alfred Barlow Heikes resided circa 1930 at "Haverway", Oakwood, OH; Oakwood is described as one of Dayton's attractive suburbs.1

Citations

  1. [S149] Charlotte Reeve Conover Dayton & Montgomery County, Pg 144.

Michael Ohmer1

M
     Michael Ohmer married Rose M (?)1

Family

Rose M (?)
Child

Citations

  1. [S150] Unknown author Memoirs, Pg 459.

Rose M (?)1

F
     Her married name was Ohmer. Rose M (?) married Michael Ohmer.1

Family

Michael Ohmer
Child

Citations

  1. [S150] Unknown author Memoirs, Pg 459.

Henry H Hilgefort1

M, b. 1 August 1828
     Henry H Hilgefort was born on 1 August 1828 at GER.1 He married Mary E Lemmermuehle in May 1854.1 Henry H Hilgefort was employed by worked for T. Barlow for one year in 1859 at Dayton, OH.1

Citations

  1. [S149] Charlotte Reeve Conover Dayton & Montgomery County, Pg 1060.

Mary E Lemmermuehle1

F
     Mary E Lemmermuehle married Henry H Hilgefort in May 1854.1

Family

Henry H Hilgefort b. 1 Aug 1828

Citations

  1. [S149] Charlotte Reeve Conover Dayton & Montgomery County, Pg 1060.

Clement Joseph Ferneding1

M, b. 10 March 1846, d. 1931
FatherHenry Ferneding2
     Clement Joseph Ferneding was born on 10 March 1846 at Dayton, OH.1 He married Barbara Catharina Barlow, daughter of Johann Theodor Barlage and Dorothea Nippgen, in 1869 at Dayton, OH.1 Clement Joseph Ferneding died in 1931.3

Family

Barbara Catharina Barlow b. 1847, d. 1925
Children

Citations

  1. [S149] Charlotte Reeve Conover Dayton & Montgomery County, Pg 818-819.
  2. [S149] Charlotte Reeve Conover Dayton & Montgomery County, Pg 819.
  3. [S197] James Barlow Ferneding to e-mail address, unknown record type, 10/15/99, email.

Henry Leo Ferneding1

M, b. 11 April 1872, d. 3 November 1943
FatherClement Joseph Ferneding1 b. 10 Mar 1846, d. 1931
MotherBarbara Catharina Barlow1 b. 1847, d. 1925
     Henry Leo Ferneding was born on 11 April 1872 at Dayton, OH.2 He was Dayton Attorney circa 1900 at Dayton, OH.1 He married Josephine Callaghan, daughter of (?) Callaghan and Josephine Beckman, on 15 June 1915 at Dayton, OH.2 Henry Leo Ferneding died on 3 November 1943 at Dayton, OH, at age 71.2

Family

Josephine Callaghan b. 17 Oct 1893, d. 1 Jan 1967

Citations

  1. [S149] Charlotte Reeve Conover Dayton & Montgomery County, Pg 819.
  2. [S198] Letter, Anne Ferneding to Fred Rump, Oct 25, 1999.

Thomas A Ferneding1

M, b. after 1869
FatherClement Joseph Ferneding1 b. 10 Mar 1846, d. 1931
MotherBarbara Catharina Barlow1 b. 1847, d. 1925
     Thomas A Ferneding was born after 1869. He was VP & General Manager of The Dayton, Springfield & Xenia Southern Railway circa 1900.1

Citations

  1. [S149] Charlotte Reeve Conover Dayton & Montgomery County, Pg 819.

Marie C Ferneding1

F, b. after 1869
FatherClement Joseph Ferneding1 b. 10 Mar 1846, d. 1931
MotherBarbara Catharina Barlow1 b. 1847, d. 1925
     Marie C Ferneding was born after 1869.

Citations

  1. [S149] Charlotte Reeve Conover Dayton & Montgomery County, Pg 819.

Henry Ferneding1

M

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S149] Charlotte Reeve Conover Dayton & Montgomery County, Pg 819.

Thomas A Legler1

M, b. 1832, d. 1911
     Thomas A Legler was born in 1832 at New York, NY; Parents were born in Baden: Joseph and Christina, nee Yagley?1 He married Maria Catharina Barlow, daughter of Johann Theodor Barlage and Dorothea Nippgen, in 1860 at Dayton, OH.2 Thomas A Legler died in 1911.3

Citations

  1. [S149] Charlotte Reeve Conover Dayton & Montgomery County, Pg 190.
  2. [S149] Charlotte Reeve Conover Dayton & Montgomery County, Pg 193.
  3. [S197] James Barlow Ferneding to e-mail address, unknown record type, 10/15/99, email.

Clara Legler1

F
FatherThomas A Legler1 b. 1832, d. 1911
MotherMaria Catharina Barlow1 b. 1839, d. 1905
     Her married name was Ohmer.1 Clara Legler married Edward Ohmer.1

Family

Edward Ohmer

Citations

  1. [S149] Charlotte Reeve Conover Dayton & Montgomery County, Pg 193.

Edward Ohmer1

M
     Edward Ohmer married Clara Legler, daughter of Thomas A Legler and Maria Catharina Barlow.1

Family

Clara Legler

Citations

  1. [S149] Charlotte Reeve Conover Dayton & Montgomery County, Pg 193.

Ella Legler1

F
FatherThomas A Legler1 b. 1832, d. 1911
MotherMaria Catharina Barlow1 b. 1839, d. 1905
     Her married name was Grimes.2 Ella Legler married E. D. Grimes.2

Family

E. D. Grimes

Citations

  1. [S149] Charlotte Reeve Conover Dayton & Montgomery County, Pg 193.
  2. [S140] Unknown repository address Personenschatzungsregister vom 20. März 1672, Pg 193.

E. D. Grimes1

M
     E. D. Grimes married Ella Legler, daughter of Thomas A Legler and Maria Catharina Barlow.1

Family

Ella Legler

Citations

  1. [S140] Unknown repository address Personenschatzungsregister vom 20. März 1672, Pg 193.

Theodore Barlow Legler1

M
FatherThomas A Legler1 b. 1832, d. 1911
MotherMaria Catharina Barlow1 b. 1839, d. 1905

Citations

  1. [S149] Charlotte Reeve Conover Dayton & Montgomery County, Pg 193.

Thomas A. Legler1

M
FatherThomas A Legler1 b. 1832, d. 1911
MotherMaria Catharina Barlow1 b. 1839, d. 1905

Citations

  1. [S149] Charlotte Reeve Conover Dayton & Montgomery County, Pg 193.

Theodora Elisabeth de Chalon1,2

F, b. 1695, d. 7 November 1779
     Theodora Elisabeth de Chalon was also known as de Tribbe; Genannt (or also known as.)2 Her married name was de Geismar.1 She was born in 1695.1,2 She married Freiherr Christian Friedrich de Geismar, son of Martin Justus von Geismar und Riepen and Johanna Eleonore von Heym, on 18 January 1774 at Gut Stockum, Bissendorf, Iburg (Amt), Osnabrück (Fürstbistum); 2nd marriage of the husband held at the chapel on the estate.1,3 Theodora Elisabeth de Chalon died on 7 November 1779 at Gut Stockum, Bissendorf, Iburg (Amt), Osnabrück (Fürstbistum); 84 Jahre alt.1,2 She was buried on 12 November 1799 at Bissendorf, Iburg (Amt), Osnabrück (Fürstbistum).1,2

Family

Freiherr Christian Friedrich de Geismar b. c 1718, d. 9 Apr 1802

Citations

  1. [S156] Unknown author, GEDCOM File D:TMGWGEISMARGEISMAR_.TMG imported on 10/14/1996 at 01:30:09. File sent via email by Frank von Hagen as keyed from the original books by Heinrich Stegman in 1996.
  2. [S159] Unknown author, Churchbooks Bissendorf Nr.2, p. 187.
  3. [S159] Unknown author, Churchbooks Bissendorf Nr.2, p. 126.

Anna Friderica Ernestina Augusta Bernardina Maria de Geismar1

F, b. before 10 December 1770
FatherFreiherr Christian Friedrich de Geismar1 b. c 1718, d. 9 Apr 1802
MotherSophia Dorothea Maria de Wenge1 b. 24 Jul 1734, d. c 10 Oct 1771
     Anna Friderica Ernestina Augusta Bernardina Maria de Geismar was also known as von Geismar.2 She was born before 10 December 1770 at Gut Stockum, Bissendorf, Iburg (Amt), Osnabrück (Fürstbistum).1,3 She was Roman Catholic.4 She was baptized on 10 December 1770 at Bissendorf, Iburg (Amt), Osnabrück (Fürstbistum).1,4

Citations

  1. [S156] Unknown author, GEDCOM File D:TMGWGEISMARGEISMAR_.TMG imported on 10/14/1996 at 01:30:09. File sent via email by Frank von Hagen as keyed from the original books by Heinrich Stegman in 1996.
  2. [S186] Unknown compiler, "Derived from personal interpretation of other facts", Ancestral File, To get German version of name into file.
  3. [S157] Unknown author, Churchbooks Bissendorf, p. 99.
  4. [S157] Unknown author, Churchbooks Bissendorf, p. 99.

Carl Petrus Crispin Joseph de Geismar1

M, b. before 28 April 1763, d. 25 September 1771
FatherFreiherr Christian Friedrich de Geismar1 b. c 1718, d. 9 Apr 1802
MotherSophia Dorothea Maria de Wenge1 b. 24 Jul 1734, d. c 10 Oct 1771
     Carl Petrus Crispin Joseph de Geismar was also known as von Geismar.2 He was born before 28 April 1763 at Gut Stockum, Bissendorf, Iburg (Amt), Osnabrück (Fürstbistum).1,3 He was baptized on 28 April 1763 at St. Dionesius, Bissendorf (Kirchspiel), Archdiakonat: Probst zu St. Johann, Osnabrück (Fürstbistum), HRE/DEU; Der Kämmerer im Dom zu Osnabrück Brinkmann (cathedral chancellor) was the baptismal witness.1,3 He was Roman Catholic.3 He died on 25 September 1771 at Gut Stockum, Iburg (Amt), Osnabrück (Fürstbistum).1,4 He was buried after 25 September 1771 at Gut Stockum, Bissendorf, Iburg (Amt), Osnabrück (Fürstbistum).1,5

Citations

  1. [S156] Unknown author, GEDCOM File D:TMGWGEISMARGEISMAR_.TMG imported on 10/14/1996 at 01:30:09. File sent via email by Frank von Hagen as keyed from the original books by Heinrich Stegman in 1996.
  2. [S186] Unknown compiler, "Derived from personal interpretation of other facts", Ancestral File, To get German version of name into file.
  3. [S157] Unknown author, Churchbooks Bissendorf, p. 74.
  4. [S157] Unknown author, Churchbooks Bissendorf, p. 40.
  5. [S157] Unknown author, Churchbooks Bissendorf, p. 40.

Freiherr Christian Friedrich de Geismar1

M, b. circa 1718, d. 9 April 1802
FatherMartin Justus von Geismar und Riepen b. 1695, d. 1735
MotherJohanna Eleonore von Heym
     Freiherr Christian Friedrich de Geismar was also known as von Geismar.2 He was title Statthalter in Werden.3 He was born circa 1718.1,3 He was title Drost between 1740 and 1790.4 He was title Freiherr between 1740 and 1802.5 He was Herr auf den Gütern Stockum und Riepen, Freiherr, Statthalter in Werden

My assumption is that he came from Werden near Essen and assumed the above titles upon marriage to the Anerbin de Wenge (heiress) between 1753 and 1802.1,3 He married Sophia Dorothea Maria de Wenge, daughter of Bojoco Franciscus Constantin Ortgies de Wenge and Sophia Margaretha Christina de Morsey de Piccard, on 1 May 1753 at Gut Stockum, Bissendorf, Iburg (Amt), Osnabrück (Fürstbistum); Married in the chapel on the estate.1,6 Freiherr Christian Friedrich de Geismar married Theodora Elisabeth de Chalon on 18 January 1774 at Gut Stockum, Bissendorf, Iburg (Amt), Osnabrück (Fürstbistum); 2nd marriage of the husband held at the chapel on the estate.1,7 Freiherr Christian Friedrich de Geismar married Maria Sophia de Spiegel on 20 June 1780 at Höxter; 3rd marriage for the husband.1,8 Freiherr Christian Friedrich de Geismar was also known as Christian Friedrich Werner von Geismar; as listed on baptismal witness of Fernandina v. Geismar.9 He witnessed the baptism of Ferdinandina Friderica Maria von Geismar on 21 October 1792 at St. Dionesius, Bissendorf (Kirchspiel), Archdiakonat: Probst zu St. Johann, Osnabrück (Fürstbistum), HRE/DEU.1,9 Freiherr Christian Friedrich de Geismar died on 9 April 1802 at Gut Stockum; 84 Jahre alt.1,3 He was buried on 13 April 1802 at Bissendorf.1,3

Family 2

Theodora Elisabeth de Chalon b. 1695, d. 7 Nov 1779

Citations

  1. [S156] Unknown author, GEDCOM File D:TMGWGEISMARGEISMAR_.TMG imported on 10/14/1996 at 01:30:09. File sent via email by Frank von Hagen as keyed from the original books by Heinrich Stegman in 1996.
  2. [S186] Unknown compiler, "Derived from personal interpretation of other facts", Ancestral File, To get German version of name into file.
  3. [S157] Unknown author, Churchbooks Bissendorf, p. 28.
  4. [S167] Author is Friedrich Joseph Liborius Heidenreich, Warburger Stammtafeln in Beiträge zur westfälischen Familienforschung, II-77.
  5. [S167] Author is Friedrich Joseph Liborius Heidenreich, Warburger Stammtafeln in Beiträge zur westfälischen Familienforschung.
  6. [S159] Unknown author, Churchbooks Bissendorf Nr.2, p. 111.
  7. [S159] Unknown author, Churchbooks Bissendorf Nr.2, p. 126.
  8. [S159] Unknown author, Churchbooks Bissendorf Nr.2, p. 130.
  9. [S157] Unknown author, Churchbooks Bissendorf, p. 32.

Dorothea Maria Anna Josina Theresia de Geismar1

F, b. before 30 May 1756
FatherFreiherr Christian Friedrich de Geismar1 b. c 1718, d. 9 Apr 1802
MotherSophia Dorothea Maria de Wenge1 b. 24 Jul 1734, d. c 10 Oct 1771
     Dorothea Maria Anna Josina Theresia de Geismar was also known as von Geismar; added by me to get German version of name into file. She witnessed Bissendorf was one of the larger villages in the Prince-Bishopric of Osnabrück. As a religious community it's church was called St. Dinesius in the Kirchspiel Bissendorf. It further belonged to the archdiaconate of the Probst to St Johann in the ancient Diocese of Osnabrück.

Since the bishop was also the civil lord but was restrained from judging in capital cases, he set up a separate civil jurisdiction for law and order maintenance.

Bissendorf was a Vogtei which belonged to the Amt Iburg and this belonged to the Gogericht (higher court) in Osnabrück itself. Above all stood the Prince Bishop (Fürstbischof) as lord of his country the Fürstbistum Osnabrück within the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation.
between 1700 and 1807. She was born before 30 May 1756 at Gut Stockum, Bissendorf, Iburg (Amt), Osnabrück (Fürstbistum).1,2 She was baptized on 30 May 1756 at Kapelle Gut Stockum, Kirchspiel Bissendorf, Bissendorf (Vogtei), Iburg (Amt), Osnabrück (Fürstbistum); Bap. in the chapel on the estate.1,3 She was Roman Catholic.2 She witnessed the Place-reli of an unknown person before 1807 at St. Dionesius, Bissendorf (Kirchspiel), Archdiakonat: Probst zu St. Johann, Osnabrück Diocese, Fürstbistum Osnabrück.4

Citations

  1. [S156] Unknown author, GEDCOM File D:TMGWGEISMARGEISMAR_.TMG imported on 10/14/1996 at 01:30:09. File sent via email by Frank von Hagen as keyed from the original books by Heinrich Stegman in 1996.
  2. [S157] Unknown author, Churchbooks Bissendorf.
  3. [S157] Unknown author, Churchbooks Bissendorf, p.
  4. [S165] Unknown author, unknown short title, Heft 20, (1896).

Ernst Alexander Clamor Joseph de Geismar1

M, b. before 7 June 1768
FatherFreiherr Christian Friedrich de Geismar1 b. c 1718, d. 9 Apr 1802
MotherSophia Dorothea Maria de Wenge1 b. 24 Jul 1734, d. c 10 Oct 1771
     Ernst Alexander Clamor Joseph de Geismar was probably also known as von Geismar in the German version of his name; (added by WFR.) He was born before 7 June 1768 at Gut Stockum, Kirchspiel Bissendorf, Amt Iburg, Fürstbistum Osnabrück.1,2 He was baptized on 7 June 1768 at St. Dionysius Kirche, Kirchspiel Bissendorf, Archdiakonat: Probst zu St. Johann, Fürstbistum Osnabrück, HRE/DEU.1,3

Citations

  1. [S156] Unknown author, GEDCOM File D:TMGWGEISMARGEISMAR_.TMG imported on 10/14/1996 at 01:30:09. File sent via email by Frank von Hagen as keyed from the original books by Heinrich Stegman in 1996.
  2. [S157] Unknown author, Churchbooks Bissendorf.
  3. [S157] Unknown author, Churchbooks Bissendorf, p. 99.

Friedrich Wilhelm August Nicolaus Joseph de Geismar1

M, b. before 18 September 1758, d. 28 January 1763
FatherFreiherr Christian Friedrich de Geismar1 b. c 1718, d. 9 Apr 1802
MotherSophia Dorothea Maria de Wenge1 b. 24 Jul 1734, d. c 10 Oct 1771
     Friedrich Wilhelm August Nicolaus Joseph de Geismar was also known as von Geismar; added by me to get German version of name into file only. He was born before 18 September 1758 at Gut Stockum, Bissendorf, Iburg (Amt), Osnabrück (Fürstbistum).1,2 He was baptized on 18 September 1758 at St. Dionesius, Bissendorf, Archdiakonat: Probst zu St. Johann, Osnabrück (Fürstbistum), HRE/DEU.1,2 He died on 28 January 1763 at Gut Stockum, Bissendorf, Iburg (Amt), Osnabrück (Fürstbistum).1,3 He was buried after 28 January 1763 at Bissendorf, Iburg (Amt), Osnabrück (Fürstbistum), HRE/DEU.1,3

Citations

  1. [S156] Unknown author, GEDCOM File D:TMGWGEISMARGEISMAR_.TMG imported on 10/14/1996 at 01:30:09. File sent via email by Frank von Hagen as keyed from the original books by Heinrich Stegman in 1996.
  2. [S157] Unknown author, Churchbooks Bissendorf, p. 63.
  3. [S157] Unknown author, Churchbooks Bissendorf, p. 30.

Maria Agnes Theresia Christiane Rudolphia Hedwig Josephina de Geismar1

F, b. before 31 July 1766
FatherFreiherr Christian Friedrich de Geismar1 b. c 1718, d. 9 Apr 1802
MotherSophia Dorothea Maria de Wenge1 b. 24 Jul 1734, d. c 10 Oct 1771
     Maria Agnes Theresia Christiane Rudolphia Hedwig Josephina de Geismar was also known as von Geismar; added by me to get German version of name into file. She was born before 31 July 1766 at Gut Stockum, Bissendorf, Iburg (Amt), Osnabrück (Fürstbistum).1,2 She was baptized on 31 July 1766 at St. Dionesius, Bissendorf (Kirchspiel), Archdiakonat: Probst zu St. Johann, Osnabrück (Fürstbistum), HRE/DEU.1,2

Citations

  1. [S156] Unknown author, GEDCOM File D:TMGWGEISMARGEISMAR_.TMG imported on 10/14/1996 at 01:30:09. File sent via email by Frank von Hagen as keyed from the original books by Heinrich Stegman in 1996.
  2. [S157] Unknown author, Churchbooks Bissendorf.