Einladung zur Vorstellung des OFB-Berne am 1. November 2005 in Berne

Liebe Mitglieder und Freunde der Genealogie,

am Dienstag, dem 1. November 2005, 19.30 Uhr wird im Hotel-Restaurant
Weserblick, Juliusplate 6-7, Berne (Tel. 04406-928209),
www.Hotel-Weserblick.de

das von Herrn Friedrich Wragge, Reinbek erarbeitete Ortsfamilienbuch Berne
durch die Oldenburgische Gesellschaft für Familienkunde e. V.(OGF)
vorgestellt.

Das Ortsfamilienbuch Berne enthält auf 2596 DIN-A4 Seiten über 15 000
Familien und über 44 000 Personen, die als Buch in 5 Teilen ausgedruckt werden
können.
Es umfasst den Zeitraum von 1641, dem Beginn der Kirchenbuchführung, bis
1900 und basiert auf der Datenaufnahme der Kirchenbücher (Heirats-, Tauf- und
Sterberegister, insgesamt etwa 47000 Eintragungen) des Kirchspiels
(Kirchengemeinde) Berne. Alle Einträge wurden zu Personen und Familien zusammengestellt
und alphabetisch geordnet. Durch weitere Register (Orte, Berufe, Namen,
Vornamen, Titel, Krankheiten) und Hyperlinks wird das Auffinden der Personen und
Familien erleichtert.
Zusätzliche familienkundliche Quellen, wie Steuerlisten, Brandkassenregister
und Seelenregister sind zur Absicherung der Familienzusammenstellung
herangezogen worden. Ferner sind Höfe- und Häuserverzeichnisse, umfangreiche
Schülerlisten (über 1000) für die höhere Bürgerschule und umfangreiche Daten von 145
Schiffskapitänen aufgenommen.
Eine detaillierte Zeittafel und geschichtliche Ausführungen erschließen dem
Benutzer den Hintergrund für die Personen, die in diesen 260 Jahren in dieser
Region lebten.

Die OGF gibt dieses Ortsfamilienbuch in Zusammenarbeit mit der Zentralstelle
für Personen- und Familiengeschichte in Frankfurt (Main) in der Reihe
Deutsche Ortsfamilienbücher, Reihe C, Band 9 - Berne = Oldenburgische
Ortsfamilienbücher, Band 5 - Berne auf CD-ROM heraus.

Herr Wragge und Herr Feye werden den Inhalt des Ortsfamilienbuchs vorstellen
und die Arbeit mit der CD-ROM, mit der schnell und zuverlässig die Ahnen
bzw. Nachfahren der Berner Familien aus der Zeit vor 1900 zusammengestellt
werden können, vorführen.

Im Anschluß an die Präsentation findet der Verkauf der CD-ROM statt. Der
Preis beträgt 25,00 Euro.

Verkauf in Berne ab 2.11.2005:
Pagel´s Augenoptik, 27804 Berne, Lange Str. 23, Tel. 04406-972058

Schriftliche Bestellungen an: Dierk Feye, Fichtenstr. 8, 26316 Varel.
Die Versandkosten betragen 2 Euro.

Bestellungen über das Internet an: ogf@gmx.de

Mit freundlichen Grüssen
Wolfgang Martens
www.familienkunde-oldenburg.de

Hallo Herr Martens,
Bitte senden sie eine CD des OFB Berne
an meine nachstehende Adresse

Bernd Salewski
Bahnhofstr. 66
27729 Hambergen

Gru�
Bernd Salewski

Hello,

I am looking for the ancestors and marriage records of John Gerhard Lücken…Ehren, Löningen, Oldenberg, Germany
He married Maria Angela Lübbers before 1812 ??? Children were baptized at St. Vitus Church
  Children: John Wilhelm Lücken, born Feb. 16, 1812
                          John Gerhard Lücken, born May 08, 1815 (married Anna Maria Brockman)
                          John Bernard Lücken, born Jan. 10, 1819
If anyone has any information, I would surely appreciate it!
Thank you,

Kathie McC.
Chicago suburbs

Kathie -- have you looked thru LDS tapes for their marriage? If not, let me know. I'll see if my LDS has the tape next time I'm there and I'll take a look.
Kathy

Hi Kathy.....
Yes, I have taken a browse through the film. I did not find them. Our research center is not the greatest. the lighting is poor....the handwriting is poor.....the hours are poor.....and my hand hurts by the time I leave from cranking that wheel constantly on the microfilm machine....no copy ability whatsoever! If I find something that I would like a copy of, I have to pay a $4 minimum for 2 pages.
I have all but given up on my attendance there!

I understand that the Brigham Young University in Salt Lake City is putting 100 books per week online until they get it all (was it 5000 books?) done. And everything that is on microfilm will soon be available as well. I can not wait!!!!

since they did not immigrate in the same years, according to the census, I strongly think that they married here around 1839. Courthouse burned in the riot of 1884, and since I couldn't find anything, I don't think it is there.

thanks for the offer,
I would write more, but I am so tired.....need to catch some zzzzzs's
Kathie

Hello Kathie,
Maria Angela Lubbers is born 7-3-1778 on Winnickhof
parents: Hermanus Bernardus Lubbers and Angela Holters.
witnesses:Helena Adelheid L�bbers (widow from Elsken) and Herman Theodorus Holters.

A Johan Gerardus L�cken ( I hope its yours becouse there is also a otherone) is born
9-11-1775 (d-m-y)ex Angelbeck son from Johan Gerard L�cken Cndt Woesten and Maria Catharina Hemken.
W: Herman Gerard Feltmann and Lucia Maria L�cken.

Between 1802 and 1815 no mariage in L�ningen between maria Angela Lubbers and Johan Gerard
L�cken ( like I wrote you a while ago!!) I checkt it again.
The only wedding was a Johan Gerd L�cken ex Bonnen and Catharina Maria Imbusch ex Farwick
at 12-1-1805
I hope it will help a bit,
Greetings Betty Krull

KathieMcC. schrieb:

Hi Betty,
I appreciate the look up immensely!!!!! Yes, the Maria Angela Lubbers birth is new information!!!!!!!!
I appreciate it so much! Thank you!
Unfortunately...the other Johan Gerardus Lücken is not mine. Mine was from Ehren, not Angelbeck....but I am sure they are related somehow and I will keep this puzzle piece until I determine the fit! I presume that this John G. Lucken is the one who married Catherine Mariea Imbusch!
Great Job......I appreciate you ...and the generous use of your time to do this!
Thanks,
Kathie

Hello Kathie,
Maria Angela Lubbers is born 7-3-1778 on Winnickhof
parents: Hermanus Bernardus Lubbers and Angela Holters.
witnesses:Helena Adelheid Lübbers (widow from Elsken) and Herman
Theodorus Holters.
A Johan Gerardus Lücken ( I hope its yours becouse there is also a
otherone) is born
9-11-1775 (d-m-y)ex Angelbeck son from Johan Gerard Lücken Cndt Woesten
and Maria Catharina Hemken.
W: Herman Gerard Feltmann and Lucia Maria Lücken.

Between 1802 and 1815 no mariage in Löningen between maria Angela
Lubbers and Johan Gerard
Lücken ( like I wrote you a while ago!!) I checkt it again.
The only wedding was a Johan Gerd Lücken ex Bonnen and Catharina Maria
Imbusch ex Farwick
at 12-1-1805
I hope it will help a bit,
Greetings Betty Krull

KathieMcC. schrieb:

Hi Kathy.....
Yes, I have taken a browse through the film. I did not find them. Our research center is not the greatest. the lighting is poor....the handwriting is poor.....the hours are poor.....and my hand hurts by the time I leave from cranking that wheel constantly on the microfilm machine....no copy ability whatsoever! If I find something that I would like a copy of, I have to pay a $4 minimum for 2 pages.
I have all but given up on my attendance there!

I understand that the Brigham Young University in Salt Lake City is putting 100 books per week online until they get it all (was it 5000 books?) done. And everything that is on microfilm will soon be available as well. I can not wait!!!!

since they did not immigrate in the same years, according to the census, I strongly think that they married here around 1839. Courthouse burned in the riot of 1884, and since I couldn't find anything, I don't think it is there.

thanks for the offer,
I would write more, but I am so tired.....need to catch some zzzzzs's
Kathie

From: Kathy Gilbert
To: Oldenburg-L
Sent: Tuesday, November 15, 2005 9:08 PM
Subject: Re: [OL] Lücken request

Kathie -- have you looked thru LDS tapes for their marriage? If not, let me
know. I'll see if my LDS has the tape next time I'm there and I'll take a
look.
Kathy
From: "KathieMcC." <Kittymacis@comcast.net>
To: "Oldenburg-L" <oldenburg-l@genealogy.net>
Sent: Monday, October 31, 2005 2:23 PM
Subject: [OL] Lücken request

Hello,

I am looking for the ancestors and marriage records of John Gerhard
Lücken…Ehren, Löningen, Oldenberg, Germany
He married Maria Angela Lübbers before 1812 ??? Children were baptized
at St. Vitus Church
Children: John Wilhelm Lücken, born Feb. 16, 1812
                         John Gerhard Lücken, born May 08, 1815 (married
Anna Maria Brockman)
                         John Bernard Lücken, born Jan. 10, 1819
If anyone has any information, I would surely appreciate it!
Thank you,

Kathie McC.
Chicago suburbs

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Hello listers,

I would like some help confirming a marriage date for:
Johann Gerhard Luken (or Lücken) and Anna Maria Brockman
married on September 05, 1839

I don't know if they were married in Oldenburg, Germany or Cincinnati, Ohio.
I just found the date and thought I would ask if anyone could do a lookup for me.

Thanks,
Kathie McC.

Hello Kathie,

do know this:

Hello Werner and Betty,

Would someone please explain to me the differences between Löningen In Oldenburg, the villages of Ehren, Winnöbst, Winnickhof, Bomen and Neuen Kirchen. I am so confused!
Are these little villages around Oldenburg. If an ancestor came from Oldenburg (listed on our census pages), does it include all of these other places....like a state of the United States, with cities and suburbs within. I don't understand the political makeup and would like to....please have patience with me.

If they are not the same place, then the marriage (in the below email) might have taken place in Neuen Kirchen....home of the bride. There appears to be no record of their marriage in the United States.

Thanks for your kindness in teaching me,
Kathie McCallister

Hi Kathy.
                I would look at both the Villages of the Bride & the Groom
to cover the possibility that they were Married in either place.
                You could also look in the LDS records for both
places.Germany introduced compulsory civil registration around
1831,(although various administrations in the past had tried this, Bonaparte
in particular) however not all places in fact complied with this "National
civil" registration, some took years to actually put in place this new"Civil
registration".
                The above date for civil registration is somewhat of a
guess, because of this tardiness by many civil administrators, I have seen a
date as late as 1893 being given as the date that civil registration was in
fact an actuality, throughout Germany.

                The above is some of the reasons that the Church records are
still in the early years, far more likely to be of satisfactory use to
obtain data.

                However , given the way in which local Parishes had to
record the various "life events" one can often not find the data that to us
today would be obvious.The parents of the couple are not often listed,nor is
the place of residence of the Groom, although one often sees the place or
Parish of the Bride listed? The actual date of Birth is not often listed,
only the Baptism date is listed.That is because the Bishop only wanted to
know when the child was admitted to God's good graces??? The Parish
Priest/Pastor was only interested in letting the Bishop know what a good job
he was doing in the Parish, not simply acting as a recorder of "Events".Some
more particular Parish Church officials were just the opposite & recorded
very good detail, however they are very much in the
minority.
            I do not know the area that you speak of in great detail,
however experience says that they are all probably villages of the main
Duchy of Oldenburg, I believe that Oldenburg was a particular area which was
autonomous.

         Regards Bill HINTE.

Thank you, Bill!

I've looked at 3 LDS films from Loningen.
I drove to Cincinnatti (from Chicago) and went to the courthouse, the library and the historical society.
I've looked online at ancestry.com; genweb; and others.
Nothing to be found. I have the marriage date from my grandmother's bible records, but I have no idea where!

Thanks for all of the help.
Everyone has helped tremendously and I appreciate it.
Kathie McC.

Kathie did you aske for a Johann Gerhard L�cken born 8-5-1817?
I have found a Johann Gerhard L�cken born 8-5-1815 in Ehren (L�ningen)
I think that,s the one you are looking for!!
Greetings Betty Krull

KathieMcC. schrieb: