Ellen Margrethe Schack-Schou

K, f. 20 marts 1887, d. 6 oktober 1972
     Ellen Margrethe Schack-Schou blev født 20 marts 1887 i Slagelse. Hun blev døbt i Skt. Mikkels Kirke, Rosengade 4, Slagelse. Ellen blev gift 15 juni 1917 med Knud Otto Vedel-Petersen. Ellen Margrethe Schack-Schou døde 6 oktober 1972 i Frederiksberg Kirke, Frederiksberg Allé 71, Frederiksberg, København, i en alder af 85 år.

Barn af Ellen Margrethe Schack-Schou og Knud Otto Vedel-Petersen

Theodora Angelo

K, f. 28 maj 1898
     Theodora Angelo var også kendt som Dora Angelo. Hun blev født 28 maj 1898 i København. Hun var datter af Henry Rørbye Angelo og Jessica Bonnell Ward. Theodora blev gift 4 oktober 1923 med Holger Christen Winge, søn af Herman Peter Winge og Charlotte Josephine Qvistgaard.

Folketællinger og boliger

Folketælling1916Bagsværd, Gladsaxe, København1
Bolig22 april 1922Suhrske Husholdningsskole, Pustervig 8, København2
Far-Nat*Henry Rørbye Angelo f. 3 Jul 1876, d. 1930
Mor-Nat*Jessica Bonnell Ward f. 20 Jun 1874

Familie: Theodora Angelo og Holger Christen Winge

Kildehenvisninger

  1. [S5] Arkivalier Online, online http://www.sa.dk/content/dk/ao-forside
  2. [S466] Registerblade, online http://www.politietsregisterblade.dk

Henry Rørbye Angelo

M, f. 3 juli 1876, d. 1930
     Han var dattersøn af maleren Martinus Rørbye.
Henry Rørbye Angelo var ingeniør i New York City, New York, USA. Han blev født 3 juli 1876 i Viborg. Han emigrerede 17 marts 1896 fra Danmark.1 Han immigrerede 4 april 1896 til USA.2 Henry blev gift cirka 1897 med Jessica Bonnell Ward. Henry Rørbye Angelo immigrerede 14 september 1901 til USA.3 Han og Jessica Bonnell Ward emigrerede 9 september 1903 fra Danmark.4 Henry Rørbye Angelo immigrerede 21 september 1903 til USA.5 Han og Jessica blev skilt. Henry Rørbye Angelo immigrerede 14 oktober 1924 til USA.6 Henry blev gift i 1926 med Asta Marie Palsbo. Henry Rørbye Angelo døde i 1930.

Folketællinger og boliger

Bolig1 november 1906Vester Voldgade 104, København7
Bolig1 november 1908Bomholtsgade 8, København7
Folketælling1911Jægersborg Alle 45, Gentofte, København
Folketælling1916Bagsværd, Gladsaxe, København8

Barn af Henry Rørbye Angelo og Jessica Bonnell Ward

Familie: Henry Rørbye Angelo og Asta Marie Palsbo

Kildehenvisninger

  1. [S168] Udvandringsprotokol, online http://ddd.dda.dk, Navn: Angelo, Henry Rørby, Stilling: Forstassistent
    Alder: 19, Bestemmelsessted: NY.
    Kontrakt nr.: 30100, Forevisningsdato: 3/17/1896
    Fødested: ?, Fødesogn: ?
    Sidste oph.sogn: Viborg, Sidste oph. amt: Viborg
    Sidste oph.sted: Viborg, Bestemmelses land: USA
    Bestemmelses by: New York City, Bestemmelses stat: New York State
    Skibsnavn: Hekla.
  2. [S115] Ellis Island, online http://www.ellisisland.org/, First Name: Henry R.
    Last Name: Angelo
    Ethnicity: Denmark
    Last Place of Residence:
    Date of Arrival: Apr 04, 1896
    Age at Arrival: 19y Gender: M Marital Status:
    Ship of Travel: Hekla
    Port of Departure: Copenhagen.
  3. [S168] Udvandringsprotokol, online http://ddd.dda.dk, Navn: Angelo, Henry, Stilling: Ingeniør
    Alder: 25, Bestemmelsessted: N.Y.
    Kontrakt nr.: 330400, Forevisningsdato: 9/14/1901
    Fødested: ?, Fødesogn: ?
    Sidste oph.sogn: ?, Sidste oph. amt: - USA
    Sidste oph.sted: N.Y., Bestemmelses land: USA
    Bestemmelses by: New York City, Bestemmelses stat: New York State
    Skibsnavn: Indirekte.
  4. [S168] Udvandringsprotokol, online http://ddd.dda.dk, Navn: Angelo, Henry R., Stilling: Ingeniør
    Alder: 27, Bestemmelsessted: N.Y.
    Kontrakt nr.: 341200, Forevisningsdato: 9/9/1903
    Fødested: ?, Fødesogn: ?
    Sidste oph.sogn: Viborg, Sidste oph. amt: Viborg
    Sidste oph.sted: Viborg, Bestemmelses land: USA
    Bestemmelses by: New York City, Bestemmelses stat: New York State
    Skibsnavn: Hellig Olav

    Navn: Angelo, Jessie W., Stilling: Hustru
    Alder: 27, Bestemmelsessted: N.Y.
    Kontrakt nr.: 341200, Forevisningsdato: 9/9/1903
    Sidste oph.sogn: Viborg, Sidste oph. amt: Viborg
    Sidste oph.sted: Viborg, Bestemmelses land: USA
    Bestemmelses by: New York City, Bestemmelses stat: New York State
    Skibsnavn: Hellig Olav.
  5. [S115] Ellis Island, online http://www.ellisisland.org/, First Name: Henry R.
    Last Name: Angelo
    Ethnicity: American, Scandinavian, U. S. Citizen
    Last Place of Residence: U.S.A.
    Date of Arrival: Sep 21, 1903
    Age at Arrival: 27y Gender: M Marital Status: M
    Ship of Travel: Hellig Olav
    Port of Departure: Copenhagen.
  6. [S115] Ellis Island, online http://www.ellisisland.org/, First Name: Henry
    Last Name: Angelo
    Ethnicity: Denmark, Scand.
    Last Place of Residence: Copenhagen, Denmark
    Date of Arrival: Oct 14, 1924
    Age at Arrival: 48y Gender: M Marital Status: S
    Ship of Travel: United States
    Port of Departure: Copenhagen.
  7. [S466] Registerblade, online http://www.politietsregisterblade.dk
  8. [S5] Arkivalier Online, online http://www.sa.dk/content/dk/ao-forside

Jessica Bonnell Ward

K, f. 20 juni 1874
Francis Bazley Lee fortæller i Genealogical and memorial history of the state of New Jersey (Volume 7) om hendes familie:

Elias Sayre Ward, second child and oldest son of Moses Dodd (q. V.) and Justina Louisa (Sayre) Ward, was born in Afton, Morris County, New Jersey, November 25, 1842, and died at his residence, 13 South Ninth street, Roseville, Essex county, New Jersey, December 23, 1896, being the first and so far the only one of his father's children yet to die. He was one of the most prominent of the business men in Newark, and was well known not only throughout the state but beyond its borders, and at the time of his death was president of a great electric traction company, head of a large leather manufacturing firm, a member of the board of directors of one of the most important insurance companies in the country, and an ex-candidate of Essex county for governor of New Jersey.

Mr. Ward's early life was passed on his father's farm, and his education was obtained at boarding school in the Bloomfield Academy. As it has to so many young men, the call of the city proved too strong to be resisted, and when he was about twenty-one years old Mr. Ward left his home on the farm and came to Newark to begin the business career in which he was to prove his worth. Entering the business world as salesman for a New York house, he became widely known for his efficiency, ability, and the thoroughgoing conscientiousness with which he performed his work. His vitality was exhaustless, his nature genial, and he became a familiar figure and welcome friend to all the commercial travellers of his day. It was through his efforts that the Commercial Travellers' Association was brought about, and he was the means of putting a stop to the practice at one time customary in several states of laying a special tax upon salesmen who came in from other states. Mr. Ward being called upon to pay this tax, refused on the ground that it was a discrimination which was unfair, illegal and unconstitutional, and his opposition led to a suit that was carried on in his name, finally decided in his favor by the supreme court of the United States, and caused the abolition of the practice. Mr. Ward's business was leather, and he made himself a master of every detail of leather manufacturing. For a number of years he was associated with others in the business, being for a few years a member of the firm of Butler & Ward, and in 1878 forming an alliance with the firm of T. P. Howell & Company. A year later he determined to begin the manufacturing of patent and enameled leather on his own account, and about the beginning of 1880 he organized the firm of E. S. Ward & Company, whose plant, one of the largest in the city, is situated on the corner of Norfolk and Richmond streets. Mr. Ward's great energy, keen discrimination and untiring perseverance soon made this venture a prosperous one, and he accumulated a large fortune. At his death the firm passed into the hands of his eldest son, who is now managing it.

When the discussion about and experiments with electricity as a motive power and means of propulsion for street cars began, the subject attracted Mr. Ward's attention and he became not only an interested student but also one of the pioneers in the introduction of electric street railways in the city of Newark. He was one of the projectors of the Rapid Transit Railroad Company which built and operated what at the time of Mr. Ward's death were the West Kinney street and Central avenue line of the Consolidated Traction Company, which later became the North Jersey Street Railway Company, and finally in 1903 the Public Service Corporation of New Jersey, in which the Rapid Transit Company is represented by the Kinney and Central avenue lines. The old Newark and South Orange horse car railroad company had been incorporated March 7, 1861, and built at about the same time as the Springfield avenue line. Like the latter it fell into financial straits, and was at last bought by Mr. John Radel, who tried the experiment of running it with his son Andrew as superintendent.

In 1892 Mr. Ward turned his attention to this line, and forming a company, purchased it, placed it upon a sound financial basis, changed the motive power to electricity, and as president of the new company directed its affairs until his death. He was also very largely interested in other electric railroads outside of Newark, both in and without the state, notably the electric railroad at Plainfield, New Jersey, and the Bridgeport Traction Company, of Bridgeport, Connecticut, which he organized in 1894, and of which he became vice-president. Soon after the organization of the Prudential Insurance Company, Mr. Ward became a heavy stockholder, and for many years was prominent in its board of directors and as chairman of its executive committee. In this as in all other enterprises with which he became connected, Mr. Ward exhibited a broad public spirit, a generous liberality, and a warm regard for the welfare and comfort of his employees. At the time of his death Mr. Ward, in addition to all the other posts of responsibility that he held, was a director of the Fidelity Trust Company. He was a Mason, a member of the Essex Club, of the Essex County Country Club, of the New Jersey Historical Society, and of the Washington Headquarters, Association, of Morristown, following in the footsteps of his ancestors, Mr. Ward was brought up in the Presbyterian faith, but after his marriage became a communicant of the Protestant Episcopal Church of St. Barnabas in Roseville, where he made his home, and where his charitable benefactions though not widely known were very widely felt. Mr. Ward was always an ardent Republican, and from the early days of his youth took an active interest in politics.

He made liberal contributions to the party campaign funds, and willingly gave his time and labor to advance its interests. He was not an office-seeker, and the only public position ever held by him was in the board of chosen freeholders, of which for several years he was a member. In 1895, at the earnest solicitation of many of his friends, he became a candidate for the Republican nomination for governor of New Jersey, and at the nominating convention at Trenton he received the solid support of Essex county, besides a number of votes from other counties, until it became evident that John W. Griggs was the choice of the convention. In October, 1896, Mr. Ward started on a trip to Europe, but while he was in London he was taken ill with an attack of kidney trouble, and although he apparently recovered, he decided to return home again, where, a short while after his arrival, kidney disease developed again and reached a fatal termination on December 23, 1896. This was Thursday, and the funeral was held at his residence on the following Saturday afternoon, by Rev. Stephen H. Cranberry, of St. Barnabas, and his body interred in Mount Pleasant cemetery, the pallbearers being Vice-President elect Garret A. Hobart, Senator William J. Sewell, Governor John W. Griggs, John Kean, John F. Dryden, William Scheerer, Czal H. McCarter, Henry W. Dorenuis, Judge Gottfried Krueger and William T. Hunt. On the day of his death the Republican county convention, of which he was a member, drafted a minute on his death and resolved to attend the funeral in a body. The Republican state committee, of which Mr. Ward was also for a long time a member, took similar action on the day of his burial, and the Eleventh Ward Republican Club, by a rising vote, testified to its sympathy with the family and to the great loss caused by his decease. As a public character Mr. Ward devoted much time and thought to the improvement of the city and the advancement of its commercial and manufacturing interests. He was an active member of the Board of Trade and of many other organizations of a semi-public character, all having the betterment of the community as their object. In private life he was noted for his genial disposition, his unostentatious charity and his never failing generosity. Few men in the state had a wider circle of personal friends, and a common opinion was voiced by the town council at his death, "Newark is poorer today in every way for this untimely loss." Elias Sayre Ward married, March 4, 1872, Anna Dickerson, only daughter of Joel M. Bonnell, of Newark, who died March 19, 1903. Children: 1. Jessie Bonnell Ward, born June 20, 1873; married to Henry R. Angelo, now of Copenhagen, Denmark. 2. Robertson Sayre Ward, who will be referred to later. 3. Charles Bonnell Ward, see forward. 4. Allen Bonnell Ward, died in infancy. 5. Laurence Colin Ward, referred to later.

(IX) Robertson Sayre, second child and eldest son of Elias Sayre and Anna Dickerson (nee Bonnell) Ward, was born in Newark, New Jersey, October 27, 1875, and is now living at 172 Harrison street, East Orange.

His early education was obtained in the Newark public schools and in the famous Newark Academy, from which latter institution he entered Princeton University, where he graduated in 1898. On leaving college Mr. Ward at once returned to his mother's home in South Ninth Street, Roseville, and in the ensuing fall assumed control of the business which his father had organized and so successfully built up. Under his management the firm of E. S. Ward & Company, which now (1909) consists of Mr. Ward and Mr. John F. Conroy, has steadily enlarged and prospered until the work of their one hundred hands in the manufacture of patent and enameled leather for furniture, carriages and automobiles, has become known and finds a ready market all over the country.

Like his father, Mr. Ward is a staunch Republican, although he has not and does not wish to hold any office. He is a member of many clubs, among them being the Essex Club and the Essex County Country Club, of which his father had been a member. He is also a member of the Union Club of Newark, of the Automobile Club of New Jersey, of the Princeton Club of New York, and of the College Club of Princeton. On April 2nd, 1906, Robertson Sayre Ward married Marie Baillieux, daughter of Jacques Baillieux, of Aix les Bains, France, who has borne him one child, who died in infancy.

(IX) Charles Bonnell. son of Elias Sayre and Anna Dickerson ( Bonnell j Ward, was born in Newark, April 27, 1879. He was educated in the public schools, Newark Academy and Penn Military Academy, graduating as B. S. He went to Europe with his brother and later to Arizona, where he lived on a ranch for three years, then returned to Newark. He married, in Newark, Aima Heller; they have two children ; address, Livingston Manor, New York.

(IX) Laurence Colin, fourth son and youngest child of Elias Sayre and Anna Dickerson (nee Bonnell) Ward, was born in Newark, New Jersey, July 24, 1882, and is now living with his family at 257 Mount Prospect avenue, in that city. For his early education Mr. Ward, like his brother, went to the public schools and to the Newark Academy. In 1898 he entered the Lawrenceville school in Lawrenceville, Mercer county, New Jersey, where he made his preparation for entering college.

In 1901, when he graduated from this academy, he determined to go abroad in order that he might perfect himself in some of the foreign languages, especially French and German, before he began studying for his university degree. Accordingly he went to Germany, where he lived in a private family and made himself a master of their tongue. Returning to this country in 1902, Mr. Ward entered Cornell University in the class of 1906, but after remaining there through the freshman year of that course he decided to begin at once upon a business career, and consequently in 1903 he took a position in the Prudential Insurance Company, with whom he remained for the following two years. Mr. Ward's gifts, however, lay in another direction, and when the opportunity presented itself in 1905 of purchasing the machine factory and business of Seymour & Whitlock, he promptly seized it and entered upon his present work. This business, which is large, already employing fifty hands, and supplying general machinery all over the country, bids fair under Mr. Ward's able management to be as great a success as is his father's and brother's leather business. On July I, 1908, the firm was incorporated under the name of the L. C. Ward Machine Company. Like his father and brother, Mr. Ward is a Republican. He is also a member of the Zeta Psi college fraternity and of several clubs, among them the Union Club of Newark, the Automobile Club of New Jersey, and the Cornell Club of New York. He is a communicant of the Protestant Episcopal church, and a member of Trinity parish. Newark. Mr. Ward married, September 6, 1904, in Evanston, Illinois, Marion Roby, daughter of Walter T. Dwight, by his wife Julia Terry, who was born in Evanston, January 31. 1883. Besides Mrs. Ward, he has had three other children — Pauline, Dorothy and one died in childhood. Laurence Colin and Marion Roby (nee Dwight) Ward have two children : Robertson Dwight Ward, born June i8, 1905, and Laurence Colin Ward Jr. December 8, 1908.

     Jessica Bonnell Ward blev født 20 juni 1874 i 13 South 9th Street, Roseville, Essex, New Jersey, USA. Jessica blev gift cirka 1897 med Henry Rørbye Angelo. Jessica Bonnell Ward og Henry Rørbye Angelo emigrerede 9 september 1903 fra Danmark.1 Jessica Bonnell Ward emigrerede 13 oktober 1908 fra Danmark.2 Hun og Henry blev skilt.

Barn af Jessica Bonnell Ward og Henry Rørbye Angelo

Kildehenvisninger

  1. [S168] Udvandringsprotokol, online http://ddd.dda.dk, Navn: Angelo, Henry R., Stilling: Ingeniør
    Alder: 27, Bestemmelsessted: N.Y.
    Kontrakt nr.: 341200, Forevisningsdato: 9/9/1903
    Fødested: ?, Fødesogn: ?
    Sidste oph.sogn: Viborg, Sidste oph. amt: Viborg
    Sidste oph.sted: Viborg, Bestemmelses land: USA
    Bestemmelses by: New York City, Bestemmelses stat: New York State
    Skibsnavn: Hellig Olav

    Navn: Angelo, Jessie W., Stilling: Hustru
    Alder: 27, Bestemmelsessted: N.Y.
    Kontrakt nr.: 341200, Forevisningsdato: 9/9/1903
    Sidste oph.sogn: Viborg, Sidste oph. amt: Viborg
    Sidste oph.sted: Viborg, Bestemmelses land: USA
    Bestemmelses by: New York City, Bestemmelses stat: New York State
    Skibsnavn: Hellig Olav.
  2. [S168] Udvandringsprotokol, online http://ddd.dda.dk, Navn: Angelo, Jessie, Stilling: Hustru
    Alder: 33, Bestemmelsessted: NY.
    Kontrakt nr.: 290400, Forevisningsdato: 10/13/1908
    Fødested: NY., Fødesogn: ?
    Sidste oph.sogn: København, Sidste oph. amt: København
    Sidste oph.sted: København, Bestemmelses land: USA
    Bestemmelses by: New York City, Bestemmelses stat: New York State
    Skibsnavn: Indirekte.
  3. [S259] Folketælling. Elias S. WARD, Self, M, Male, W, 38, NJ, Patent Leather Manuf., NJ, NJ,
    Anna D. WARD, Wife, M, Female, W, 30, NJ, , NJ, OH,
    Jessie B. WARD, Dau, S, Female, W, 5, NJ, , NJ, NJ,
    Robertson S. WARD, Son, S, Male, W, 4, NJ, , NJ, NJ,
    Charles B. WARD, Son, S, Male, W, 1, NJ, , NJ, NJ.
  4. [S259] Folketælling. Name: Jessie B Ward
    Residence: Newark city, Essex, New Jersey
    Birth date: Jun 1874
    Birth place: New Jersey
    Relationship to head-of-household: Daughter
    Father birth place: New Jersey
    Mother name: Anna Ward
    Mother birth place: New Jersey
    Race or color (expanded): White
    Head-of-household name: Anna Ward
    Gender: Female
    Marital status: Single.
  5. [S466] Registerblade, online http://www.politietsregisterblade.dk
  6. [S5] Arkivalier Online, online http://www.sa.dk/content/dk/ao-forside
  7. [S259] Folketælling.

Marie Jensmine Hansen1

K, f. 29 september 1884, d. 6 januar 1962
     Marie Jensmine Hansen blev født 29 september 1884.1 Marie blev gift i 1910 med Peter Oluf Stobbe.1 Marie Jensmine Hansen døde 6 januar 1962 i en alder af 77 år.1

Barn af Marie Jensmine Hansen og Peter Oluf Stobbe

Kildehenvisninger

  1. [S243] Stobbe, online http://www.stobbe.org

Jens Peter Christensen1,2

M, f. 25 marts 1877, d. 22 september 1952
     Jens Peter Christensen var maskinsmed og gårdejer i Myrup, Vester Egesborg, Hammer, Præstø. Han blev født 25 marts 1877 i Everdrup, Bårse, Præstø. Han var søn af Lars Christensen og Karen Kirstine Christensdatter. Jens Peter Christensen blev døbt 13 maj 1877 i Everdrup, Bårse, Præstø.3 Jens blev gift med Ingeborg Elisabeth Catharina Christensen, datter af Carl Christensen og Johanne Nielsen. Jens Peter Christensen var cirka 1922 gårdmand i Vester Egesborg, Hammer, Præstø. Han overværede vielsen af Richard Augustin Wøldike Christensen og Anna Helene Stobbe 31 maj 1936 Vester Egesborg, Hammer, Præstø.3 Jens Peter Christensen døde 22 september 1952 i sygehuset, Næstved, i en alder af 75 år.
Far-Nat*Lars Christensen f. 24 Feb 1843
Mor-Nat*Karen Kirstine Christensdatter f. 26 Jun 1844

Børn af Jens Peter Christensen og Ingeborg Elisabeth Catharina Christensen

Kildehenvisninger

  1. [S243] Stobbe, online http://www.stobbe.org
  2. [S645] Christa Petersen, "Mange tilføjelser," e-mail til Michael Erichsen, 2014.
  3. [S3] , Kirkebog.
  4. [S7] Dansk Demografisk Database, URL http://ddd.dda.dk, Lars Christensen, 36, Gift, Everdrup Sogn, Præstø Amt, Huusfader, M
    Karen Kirstine Christensen, 35, Gift, Vester Egesborg Sogn, Præstø Amt, Hustru, K
    Andrea Kristine Christensen, 9, Ugift, Everdrup Sogn, Præstø Amt, deres Barn, K
    Hans Kristian Christensen, 7, Ugift, Everdrup Sogn, Præstø Amt, deres Barn, M
    Jens Peder Christensen, 2, Ugift, Everdrup Sogn, Præstø Amt, deres Barn, M
    Ana Rasmine Christensen, Under 1 Aar, Ugift, Everdrup Sogn, Præstø Amt, deres Barn, K
    Johanne Marie Christensen, 44, Enke, Everdrup Sogn, Præstø Amt, Huus Faderens Søster, K
    Kirsten Pedersen, 10, Ugift, Rønnebæk Sogn, Præstø Amt, hendes Datter, K.
  5. [S7] Dansk Demografisk Database, URL http://ddd.dda.dk, Ole Hansen, 31, Gift, Gaardejer, Mogenstrup, Husfader, M
    Ane Dorhea Andersen, 24, Gift, , Mogenstrup, Husmoder, K

    Jens Peter Kristensen, 12, Ugift, , Everdrup Sogn Præstø Amt, Tjenestedreng, M.
  6. [S5] Arkivalier Online, online http://www.sa.dk/content/dk/ao-forside

Viggo Bondesen1

M, f. 20 november 1896
     Viggo Bondesen blev født 20 november 1896 i København. Han var søn af Valdemar Carl Frederik Bondesen og Inge de Svanenskjold. Viggo Bondesen var 1 april 1916 apotekerlærling på Løve Apotek, København. Han tog eksamen som apotekermedhjælper i 1919. Han tog eksamen som cand. pharm. i 1921. Han tog eksamen som cand. phil. Viggo blev gift 23 februar 1923 i Garnisons Kirke, Skt. Annæ Plads 4, København, med Bodil Juliane Wranér, datter af Anders Olsson Wranér og Gyda Marie Caroline Leifer.2 Viggo Bondesen var 22 juni 1948 apoteker i Hedensted, Hatting, Vejle. Han var mellem 1 juli 1957 og 31 marts 1965 apoteker i Skt Stefans Apotek, Nørrebrogade 142, København.

Folketællinger og boliger

Folketælling1906Stampesgade 4, København3
Bolig1 maj 1911Colbjørnsensgade 6, København4
Bolig27 februar 1923Willemoesgade 55, København4
Folketælling1925Willemoesgade 55, København3
Folketælling1930Bogensegade 1, København3
Far-Nat*Valdemar Carl Frederik Bondesen f. 16 Jul 1857, d. 20 Apr 1933
Mor-Nat*Inge de Svanenskjold f. 1 Dec 1869, d. 29 Dec 1930

Barn af Viggo Bondesen og Bodil Juliane Wranér

Kildehenvisninger

  1. [S382] Dansk Farmaceutisk Årbog.
  2. [S3] , Kirkebog.
  3. [S5] Arkivalier Online, online http://www.sa.dk/content/dk/ao-forside
  4. [S466] Registerblade, online http://www.politietsregisterblade.dk

Dagmar Josephine Jacobine Mortensen

K, f. 6 december 1864
Dagmar Mortensen sammen med andre Thorsager svigermødre
     Dagmar Josephine Jacobine Mortensen blev født 6 december 1864 i Kaninlængen 4, København. Hun blev døbt 30 juli 1865 i Skt. Pauls Kirke, Gernersgade 33, København.1 Dagmar blev gift med Jørgen Peder Jensen.

Barn af Dagmar Josephine Jacobine Mortensen og Jørgen Peder Jensen

Kildehenvisninger

  1. [S3] , Kirkebog.
  2. [S7] Dansk Demografisk Database, URL http://ddd.dda.dk, Peter Madsen Mortensen, 46 , Gift, Husfader, alm. Arbeidsmand, Langeland
    Laurine Mortensen, 36 , Gift, hans Kone, , Helsingør
    Dagmar Josephine Jacobine Mortensen, 15 , Ugift, deres Barn, , Kjøbenhavn
    Oscar Peter Christian Mortensen, 12 , Ugift, deres Barn, , Kjøbenhavn
    Niels Peter Mortensen, 9 , Ugift, deres Barn, , Kjøbenhavn
    Helga Ferdinandine Sophie Mortensen, 7 , Ugift, deres Barn, , Kjøbenhavn
    Alma Hansine Mortensen, 5 , Ugift, deres Barn, , Kjøbenhavn
    Klara Katinka Conelie Mortensen, 2 , Ugift, deres Barn, , Kjøbenhavn
    Udøbt Pigebarn, under 1 Aar , Ugift, deres Barn, , Kjøbenhavn.
  3. [S5] Arkivalier Online, online http://www.sa.dk/content/dk/ao-forside

Folmer Teilmann1

M, f. 17 februar 1873, d. 20 juni 1952
     Folmer Teilmann blev født 17 februar 1873 i Ormslev, Ning, Århus. Han blev døbt 16 marts 1873 i Ormslev, Ning, Århus. Han tog eksamen som student i 1895. Han tog eksamen som med. eks. juni 1902. Han var april 1905 læge i Vejen, Malt, Ribe. Folmer blev gift 4 juli 1906 i Nasarethskirken, Ryslinge, Gudme, Svendborg, med Nanna Lange. Folmer Teilmann var i 1915 sygehuslæge i Kjellerup, Hørup, Lysgård, Viborg. Han var i 1921 læge i Vejen, Malt, Ribe. Han var i 1923 sygehuslæge, senere overlæge i Gram, Frøs, Haderslev. Han gik på pension i 1941 Vejen, Malt, Ribe. Han døde 20 juni 1952 i Vejen, Malt, Ribe, i en alder af 79 år. Han blev bisat fra Askov, Malt, Ribe, 25 juni 1952.

Barn af Folmer Teilmann og Nanna Lange

Kildehenvisninger

  1. [S278] John Johnsson og Karl Dehlholm, Lægestanden 1907.
  2. [S466] Registerblade, online http://www.politietsregisterblade.dk, Folmer Teilmann , 17-2-1873 , Ormslev
    Stillinger: Studerende
    Adresser
    1-11-1893: Nørre Søgade 9 , 3.
    4-11-1894: Fortunstok, Citadellet 4
    1-11-1895: Nørre Farimagsgade 60 , 2.
    1-11-1896: Gothersgade 156 , stuen
    1-5-1899: Regensen
    11-5-1902: Nørregade 35 , 2.
  3. [S466] Registerblade, online http://www.politietsregisterblade.dk
  4. [S466] Registerblade, online http://www.politietsregisterblade.dk, Hovedperson
    Folmer Teilmann , 17-2-1872 , Ormslev
    Stillinger: Læge
    Registrators kommentar: Født 17. februar 1873 Århus, Ning, Ormslev, 1873-1891, opslag 6
    Adresser
    1-11-1903: Fra Nørregade 39, 1. til Øresundshospitalet, Strandvej
    1-5-1904: Ryesgade 16 , 2.
  5. [S5] Arkivalier Online, online http://www.sa.dk/content/dk/ao-forside

Nanna Lange

K, f. 5 december 1881, d. 1956
     Nanna Lange blev født 5 december 1881 i Lillehammer, Oppland, Norge. Nanna blev gift 4 juli 1906 i Nasarethskirken, Ryslinge, Gudme, Svendborg, med Folmer Teilmann. Nanna Lange døde i 1956.

Folketællinger og boliger

Folketælling1916sygehuset, Kjellerup, Hørup, Lysgård, Viborg

Barn af Nanna Lange og Folmer Teilmann

Niels Eriksen

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     Først med Niels Eriksen, der skal være en Søn af Erik Knudsen, begynder den uafbrudte historiske Stamrække. Niels Eriksen nævnes først 1310, og man gætter paa, at det er ham, der nævnte Aarstal omtales i Provst Kristjerns i Hardsyssels Testamente, ”som havende ejet Gods i Norre Bork (Nørre Horns Herred). Man mener, han ligger begravet i Sønderholm Kirke, hvor hans Ligsten med fædrene og mødrene Vaaben forhen saas. Han skal have været gift med Edel Saltensen. Det maa anses for givet, at Niels Eriksen ejede St. Restrup, hvor han sikkert har boet til sin Død. Om han tidligere har ejet Aagaard, vides ikke, men, som før antydet, er der noget, der taler for, at Gaarden fra dens første Tilblivelse har været i Gyldenstiernernes Eje. Selvfølgelig er det heller ikke udelukket, at Niels Eriksen har faaet Gaarden med sin Hustru Edel Saltensen, om hvem man forøvrigt intet ved.

Niels Eriksen og Edel Saltensen havde 4 Børn, deriblandt Sønnen Erik Nielsen, der 1365 nævnes som Ejer af Aagaard, og han er altsaa den første, om hvem vi med Sikkerhed ved, at han ejede Aagaard. Fra nu af er Gaarden uafbrudt i Gyldenstiernernes Eje til 1627. Slægtens Vaaben er meget enkelt: En syvoddet Guldstjerne i Blaat. Hjælmtegnet viser to, stundom jernklædte Arme, der holder et guldrandet, blaat Spejl, besat med 7 Paafjer.1
Niels blev gift i 1309 i Kettrup, Vester Han, Thisted, med Edele Saltensee.

Barn af Niels Eriksen og Edele Saltensee

Kildehenvisninger

  1. [S254] J. C. Jacobsen, "Aagaard og dens Ejere."

Ove Kallenbach

M, f. 12 juni 1914
     Ove Kallenbach blev født 12 juni 1914. Han var søn af Carl Johan Frantz Mellerup Kallenbach og Ellen Brockhoff Qvistgaard. Ove Kallenbach var i 1949 medindehaver af Hollandske Møle i Helsingør.

Folketællinger og boliger

Folketælling1916Hollandske Mølle, Kongevejen 30, Helsingør1
Far-Nat*Carl Johan Frantz Mellerup Kallenbach f. 15 Maj 1877, d. 15 Maj 1965
Mor-Nat*Ellen Brockhoff Qvistgaard f. 27 Maj 1883, d. 24 Okt 1964

Barn af Ove Kallenbach og Ruth (?)

Kildehenvisninger

  1. [S5] Arkivalier Online, online http://www.sa.dk/content/dk/ao-forside

Sten Kallenbach

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     Sten Kallenbach er søn af Ove Kallenbach og Ruth (?)
Far-Nat*Ove Kallenbach f. 12 Jun 1914
Mor-Nat*Ruth (?)

Børn af Sten Kallenbach og Marianne (?)

Marianne (?)1

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Kildehenvisninger

  1. [S332] Sveinbjørnsson & Lynge Andersen Garde, Juridisk Stat 1981.

Christian Kallenbach

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     Christian Kallenbach er søn af Sten Kallenbach og Marianne (?)
Far-Nat*Sten Kallenbach
Mor-Nat*Marianne (?)

Anne Kallenbach

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     Anne Kallenbach er datter af Sten Kallenbach og Marianne (?)
Far-Nat*Sten Kallenbach
Mor-Nat*Marianne (?)

Ruth (?)

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Barn af Ruth (?) og Ove Kallenbach

Ellen Schalburg

K, f. 10 marts 1881
     Ellen Schalburg var lærerinde. Hun blev født 10 marts 1881 i Nyborg. Hun var datter af Christian Frederik Schalburg og Augusta Jørgensen. Ellen Schalburg blev døbt 29 maj 1881 i Nyborg, bevidnet af Heinrich Wilhelm Thuerecht von Gerstenberg og Johanne Sophie Winsløw.1 Ellen Schalburg var fadder ved dåben af Ellen Ranveig Lassen 26 november 1900 Nyborg.1 Ellen Schalburg var fadder ved dåben af Christian Frederik von Schalburg 22 december 1907 Nyborg. Ellen blev gift 31 december 1908 i Nyborg med Vilhelm Knudsen, søn af Gustav Napoleon Knudsen og Laura Henriette Cecilie Theodora Schlegel.1

Folketællinger og boliger

Folketælling1890Adelgade 5, Nyborg2
Bolig1 maj 1905Sortedamsgade 7, København3
Far-Nat*Christian Frederik Schalburg f. 22 Sep 1841, d. 4 Feb 1908
Mor-Nat*Augusta Jørgensen f. 11 Aug 1848, d. 10 Okt 1932

Børn af Ellen Schalburg og Vilhelm Knudsen

Kildehenvisninger

  1. [S3] , Kirkebog.
  2. [S5] Arkivalier Online, online http://www.sa.dk/content/dk/ao-forside
  3. [S466] Registerblade, online http://www.politietsregisterblade.dk

Vilhelm Knudsen

M, f. 27 februar 1878
Wilhelm R. Knudsen ...havde været bestyrer af den stor dansk-sibiriske forretningsmand Søren Randrups filial i Barnaul, øst for Kurgan.Knudsen og hans kone Ellen havde tre børn på 5, 7 og 9 år (i 1919). (Ellen Knudsen var søster til August Theodor Schalburg, der i mange år arbejdede i Sibirien som mejeriinstruktør og smøropkøber)

I begyndelsen af december 1919 rejste Hansen og Knudsen til Harbin, hvor de traf den danske konsul Jacobsen og danske og engelske bekendte fra Kurgan og andre sibiriske byer. Julen holdt de i Vladivostok, men under forfærdeligt triste omstændigheder, idet Knudsens eneste søn, Ib på fem år, døde af difteritis juleaftensmorgen. Ib var Otto Hansens gudsøn. I 1921 fik Knudsens en ny lille søn, som blev født i Port Said, måske under familiens hjemrejse fra Østen. Ved nytårstid 1921 havde Hansen og Knudsen fået nok. De opgav alt håb om at komme videre ind i Sibirien og rejste hjem til Danmark.

     Vilhelm Knudsen blev født 27 februar 1878 i Kværndrup, Sunds, Svendborg. Han var søn af Gustav Napoleon Knudsen og Laura Henriette Cecilie Theodora Schlegel. Vilhelm Knudsen blev døbt 18 april 1878 i Kværndrup, Sunds, Svendborg.1 Vilhelm blev gift 31 december 1908 i Nyborg med Ellen Schalburg, datter af Christian Frederik Schalburg og Augusta Jørgensen.1

Folketællinger og boliger

Folketælling1880Kongensgade 8, Odense
Far-Nat*Gustav Napoleon Knudsen f. 4 Maj 1845, d. 1882
Mor-Nat*Laura Henriette Cecilie Theodora Schlegel f. 25 Jul 1846, d. 1927

Børn af Vilhelm Knudsen og Ellen Schalburg

Kildehenvisninger

  1. [S3] , Kirkebog.

(?) Knudsen

K, f. cirka 1910
     (?) Knudsen blev født cirka 1910. Hun var datter af Vilhelm Knudsen og Ellen Schalburg.
Far-Nat*Vilhelm Knudsen f. 27 Feb 1878
Mor-Nat*Ellen Schalburg f. 10 Mar 1881

(?) Knudsen

K, f. cirka 1912
     (?) Knudsen blev født cirka 1912. Hun var datter af Vilhelm Knudsen og Ellen Schalburg.
Far-Nat*Vilhelm Knudsen f. 27 Feb 1878
Mor-Nat*Ellen Schalburg f. 10 Mar 1881

Ib Knudsen

M, f. cirka 1914, d. 24 december 1919
     Ib Knudsen blev født cirka 1914. Han var søn af Vilhelm Knudsen og Ellen Schalburg. Ib Knudsen døde 24 december 1919 af difteritis.
Far-Nat*Vilhelm Knudsen f. 27 Feb 1878
Mor-Nat*Ellen Schalburg f. 10 Mar 1881

(?) Knudsen

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     (?) Knudsen er søn af Vilhelm Knudsen og Ellen Schalburg.
Far-Nat*Vilhelm Knudsen f. 27 Feb 1878
Mor-Nat*Ellen Schalburg f. 10 Mar 1881

Grethe Faurbo

K, f. 15 maj 1907, d. 1952
     Grethe Faurbo blev kaldt Akka. Hun blev født 15 maj 1907 i Charlottenlund, København. Hun var datter af Lars Faurbo og Olga Petersen. Grethe blev gift 7 juli 1932 med Sven Aage Ulrik Nachtegall Haderup, søn af Ernst Haderup og Augusta Rudolfine Schalburg. Grethe Faurbo døde i 1952.
Far-Nat*Lars Faurbo d. 1943
Mor-Nat*Olga Petersen d. 1935

Familie: Grethe Faurbo og Sven Aage Ulrik Nachtegall Haderup

Lars Faurbo

M, d. 1943
     Lars Faurbo var prokurist. Lars blev gift med Olga Petersen. Lars Faurbo døde i 1943.

Barn af Lars Faurbo og Olga Petersen

Olga Petersen

K, d. 1935
     Olga blev gift med Lars Faurbo. Olga Petersen døde i 1935.

Barn af Olga Petersen og Lars Faurbo

Jakob Ivanoff Stchelkunoff

M, f. cirka 1837
     Jakob Ivanoff Stchelkunoff var kantor i Aleksandr Nevskij Kirke, Bredgade 53, København. Han blev født cirka 1837 i Rusland. Jakob blev gift i 1862 med Varvara Konstantinova Nikulajevska.

Folketællinger og boliger

Folketælling1880Store Kongensgade 153, København1
Folketælling1885Øster Søgade 98, København2

Barn af Jakob Ivanoff Stchelkunoff og Varvara Konstantinova Nikulajevska

Kildehenvisninger

  1. [S7] Dansk Demografisk Database, URL http://ddd.dda.dk, Jacob Schelkunoff, Gift, cantor ved det rusk. capel, Rusland, huusfader, M, 1862, græsk cath., 4, 42, 1862
    Barbara Schelkunoff, Gift, , Rusland, hustrue, K, , græsk cath., 4, 35, 1862
    Iwan Schelkunoff, Ugift, , Kjøbenhavn, søn, M, , græsk cath., , 10,
    Alexandra Schelkunoff, Ugift, , Do., datter, K, , græsk cath., , 8,
    Tatianna Schelkunoff, Ugift, , Do., do., K, , græsk cath., , 6,
    Elisabeth Schelkunoff, Ugift, , Do., do., K, , græsk cath., , 4,
    Tatianne Nicobaisky, Enke, , Rusland, huusfaderens svigermoder, K, , græsk cath., , 68,.
  2. [S7] Dansk Demografisk Database, URL http://ddd.dda.dk, Jakob Schelkunoff, 48, Gift, Kantor, Rusland, Den russiske Kirke i Kjøbenhavn, Husfader, Græsk-katolsk, M
    Barbara Schelkunoff, 40, Gift, , Rusland, , Husmoder, Græsk-katolsk, K
    Tatjana Nikolajevski, 69, Enke, , Rusland, , Svigermoder, Græsk-katolsk, K
    Ivan Schelkunoff, 15, Ugift, , Kjøbenhavn, , Barn, Græsk-katolsk, M
    Alexandra Schelkunoff, 13, Ugift, , Kjøbenhavn, , Barn, Græsk-katolsk, K
    Tatjana Schelkunoff, 11, Ugift, , Kjøbenhavn, , Barn, Græsk-katolsk, K
    Elisabeth Schelkunoff, 8, Ugift, , Kjøbenhavn, , Barn, Græsk-katolsk, K
    Alexander Schelkunoff, 3, Ugift, , Kjøbenhavn, , Barn, Græsk-katolsk, M
    Barbara Schelkunoff, 1, Ugift, , Kjøbenhavn, , Barn, Græsk-katolsk, K.

Varvara Konstantinova Nikulajevska

K, f. 16 december 1844
     Varvara Konstantinova Nikulajevska blev født 16 december 1844 i Reval (Talinn), Estland. Varvara blev gift i 1862 med Jakob Ivanoff Stchelkunoff.

Folketællinger og boliger

Bolig1862København
Folketælling1880Store Kongensgade 153, København1
Folketælling1885Øster Søgade 98, København2
Bolig1 maj 1892Willemoesgade 51, København3
Bolig1 maj 1898Slagelsegade 14, København3
Folketælling1911Fredericiagade 82, København4
Folketælling1925Majporten 6, København4

Barn af Varvara Konstantinova Nikulajevska og Jakob Ivanoff Stchelkunoff

Kildehenvisninger

  1. [S7] Dansk Demografisk Database, URL http://ddd.dda.dk, Jacob Schelkunoff, Gift, cantor ved det rusk. capel, Rusland, huusfader, M, 1862, græsk cath., 4, 42, 1862
    Barbara Schelkunoff, Gift, , Rusland, hustrue, K, , græsk cath., 4, 35, 1862
    Iwan Schelkunoff, Ugift, , Kjøbenhavn, søn, M, , græsk cath., , 10,
    Alexandra Schelkunoff, Ugift, , Do., datter, K, , græsk cath., , 8,
    Tatianna Schelkunoff, Ugift, , Do., do., K, , græsk cath., , 6,
    Elisabeth Schelkunoff, Ugift, , Do., do., K, , græsk cath., , 4,
    Tatianne Nicobaisky, Enke, , Rusland, huusfaderens svigermoder, K, , græsk cath., , 68,.
  2. [S7] Dansk Demografisk Database, URL http://ddd.dda.dk, Jakob Schelkunoff, 48, Gift, Kantor, Rusland, Den russiske Kirke i Kjøbenhavn, Husfader, Græsk-katolsk, M
    Barbara Schelkunoff, 40, Gift, , Rusland, , Husmoder, Græsk-katolsk, K
    Tatjana Nikolajevski, 69, Enke, , Rusland, , Svigermoder, Græsk-katolsk, K
    Ivan Schelkunoff, 15, Ugift, , Kjøbenhavn, , Barn, Græsk-katolsk, M
    Alexandra Schelkunoff, 13, Ugift, , Kjøbenhavn, , Barn, Græsk-katolsk, K
    Tatjana Schelkunoff, 11, Ugift, , Kjøbenhavn, , Barn, Græsk-katolsk, K
    Elisabeth Schelkunoff, 8, Ugift, , Kjøbenhavn, , Barn, Græsk-katolsk, K
    Alexander Schelkunoff, 3, Ugift, , Kjøbenhavn, , Barn, Græsk-katolsk, M
    Barbara Schelkunoff, 1, Ugift, , Kjøbenhavn, , Barn, Græsk-katolsk, K.
  3. [S466] Registerblade, online http://www.politietsregisterblade.dk
  4. [S5] Arkivalier Online, online http://www.sa.dk/content/dk/ao-forside

Sofie Moss

K, f. 19 december 1896, d. 22 november 1988
     Sofie Moss blev født 19 december 1896 i Tromsø, Troms, Norge. Sofie blev gift 26 april 1926 i Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brasilien, med Edwin Friedleif Rahr Winther. Sofie Moss døde 22 november 1988 i Hellerup, København, i en alder af 91 år.

Barn af Sofie Moss og Edwin Friedleif Rahr Winther

Laila Fobian Carlsen

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     Laila Fobian Carlsen er datter af Per Hoffensetz Carlsen og Lola Fobian.
Far-Nat*Per Hoffensetz Carlsen
Mor-Nat*Lola Fobian

Barn af Laila Fobian Carlsen og Martin Danborg