ANDERTEN in EIMBECKHAUSEN

Hello,
I'm new to this list and was wondering if anyone has done research on the town of Eimbeckhausen near the present day Bad Muender. A Maria Dorothea Wilhelmine Anderten b. 3 Nov. 1803 m. Heinrich Westermann of nearby Nettelrede in 1826. Would anyone know how I could find out who her parents, in Eimbeckhausen were?
Mary Zarse
New Berlin, WI
USA

I found mine in marriage license and death certificates if, you know where
she died and married?

Marriage license listed both parents with mothers maiden name as did her
death certificate.

Pat

Thanks for your reply. Her death was in Milw. WI with
no parents on the certificate. Her marriage was in
Eimbeckhausen, Hannover. Maybe the church there would
have the record.

I found mine in marriage license and death
certificates if, you know where
she died and married?

Marriage license listed both parents with mothers
maiden name as did her
death certificate.

Pat
From: "Mary Zarse" <marygz@sbcglobal.net>
To: <hannover-l@genealogy.net>
Sent: Tuesday, December 26, 2006 1:31 PM
Subject: [HN] ANDERTEN in EIMBECKHAUSEN

Hello,
I'm new to this list and was wondering if anyone has
done research on
the town of Eimbeckhausen near the present day Bad
Muender. A Maria
Dorothea Wilhelmine Anderten b. 3 Nov. 1803 m.
Heinrich Westermann of
nearby Nettelrede in 1826. Would anyone know how I
could find out who
her parents, in Eimbeckhausen were?
Mary Zarse
New Berlin, WI
USA
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Check with the LDS in your area and see if, they have church records for the
area in question? I found a lot out in the church records , too!

Did you check for her obit and/or the funeral home if, one was used at the
time of her death?

Pat

I could check at the funeral home. I'll have to see if
they're still in business. Thanks.
Mary

Check with the LDS in your area and see if, they
have church records for the
area in question? I found a lot out in the church
records , too!

Did you check for her obit and/or the funeral home
if, one was used at the
time of her death?

Pat
From: "ZARSE MARY" <marygz@sbcglobal.net>
To: "Hannover-L" <hannover-l@genealogy.net>
Sent: Tuesday, December 26, 2006 2:17 PM
Subject: Re: [HN] ANDERTEN in EIMBECKHAUSEN

Thanks for your reply. Her death was in Milw. WI
with
no parents on the certificate. Her marriage was in
Eimbeckhausen, Hannover. Maybe the church there
would
have the record.

> I found mine in marriage license and death
> certificates if, you know where
> she died and married?
>
> Marriage license listed both parents with mothers
> maiden name as did her
> death certificate.
>
> Pat
> From: "Mary Zarse" <marygz@sbcglobal.net>
> To: <hannover-l@genealogy.net>
> Sent: Tuesday, December 26, 2006 1:31 PM
> Subject: [HN] ANDERTEN in EIMBECKHAUSEN
>
>
> Hello,
> I'm new to this list and was wondering if anyone
has
> done research on
> the town of Eimbeckhausen near the present day Bad
> Muender. A Maria
> Dorothea Wilhelmine Anderten b. 3 Nov. 1803 m.
> Heinrich Westermann of
> nearby Nettelrede in 1826. Would anyone know how I
> could find out who
> her parents, in Eimbeckhausen were?
> Mary Zarse
> New Berlin, WI
> USA
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Hello Mary,

        You might check this website: http://www.gencircles.com/
Search for the name of Anderten only and you will find some Andertens from
Eimbeckhausen. They may not fit your Maria Dorothea Wilhelmine, but most
likely are related. You could contact the persons that entered those names
there.

      There are LDS church records for Eimbeckhausen that you could order
and view the microfilm at their Center. Unfortunately, the dates don't
match what you need:

Kirchenbuch, 1612-1662 Evangelische Kirche Eimbeckhausen (Kr. Springe)

Kirchenbuchduplikat, 1853-1874 Evangelische Kirche Eimbeckhausen (Kr.
Springe)

I found this in the Hannover archives:

1. Westermann, Heinrich (Heinrich Friedrich Christian),
   Nettelrede
2. 43 3/4 Jahre
3. Kötner
5. Westermann, Wilhelmine Dorothee (Marie Dorothea
   Wilhelmine), geb. Anderten; Westermann, Heinrich;
   Westermann, Wilhelm; Westermann, Charlotte;
   Westermann, Wilhelmine (18 3/4, 15 1/2, 9 und 5 Jahre);
   Westermann, Christian (Heinrich Friedrich Christian)
   (2 Jahre; geb. 08. 02. 1844))
7. Nordamerika
8. 20. 05. 1846
auch: Hann 74 Springe Nr. 351

You can order records from the archives. I am not sure if there is more
information or not. You might write to that office (email) and ask if there
is more information (like parents, etc). Some people on this list say that
they have ordered such records for about $25 or so.

I couldn't copy all this document so you might look at it at this address:

http://aidaonline.niedersachsen.de/

I just searched for Heinrich Westermann. It was below the first set of
items in the set called "gefunden im Index:" It is the last line.

The email address to contact the archives is:
E-Mail: Hannover@nla.niedersachsen.de

I hope this leads to something good for you,

Barbara

Hi,
Some of my relatives are from Eimbeckhausen too. I wonder how many of us have relatives from there, if it isn't too big, perhaps many of them knew each other. Mine lived there quite awhile, but came to America in 1847. They were there for several generations I believe. The ones that came to the United States were Johann Friedrich Busse and his wife Johanna Katz Busse, and their 6 children. They settled in Mt Prospect, Illinois. They were Lutherans.

Thank you for any information,
susan voth
busse, kirchhoff, stier, behr, behrens

Hi,
I don't really have a lot of info about people in
Eimbeckhausen. The names from there that I'm
researching are: Anderten and Sprick. An Anderten left
in 1846 for Milwaukee, WI. Word must have been out
that there were colonies of Germans in the Midwest.
Mary Zarse

Hi,
Some of my relatives are from Eimbeckhausen too. I
wonder how many of us
have relatives from there, if it isn't too big,
perhaps many of them knew
each other. Mine lived there quite awhile, but came
to America in 1847. They
were there for several generations I believe. The
ones that came to the
United States were Johann Friedrich Busse and his
wife Johanna Katz Busse,
and their 6 children. They settled in Mt Prospect,
Illinois. They were
Lutherans.

Thank you for any information,
susan voth
busse, kirchhoff, stier, behr, behrens

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