Born 14 March 1802, in Diespeck Germany
Johann Conrad is my 5G Uncle. He will lend his name to my ancestral Hasselbacher line as far down as my siblings and their children.
Taufbuch 1802 Seite 57
Sontag den vierzehns Merz.
13.) Johann Conrad, des Johann Greog Haßel-
bachers, Lehens Unterthanes alhier und
sr. Frauen Anna Maria, **** geboren Wehrin,
*** ?Sohne Abends um halb acth Uhrs geboren.
Taufpate: ist Johann Conrad Wehr, des Johann
Heinrich Wehrs, Bauersmann und Einwohners
alhier der jungest Sohne. l.D.
Dienstag in Hauß getauft.
Baptisms 1802, Page 57
Sunday the 14th of March
#13. Johann Conrad, [son of] Johann Georg Haßel-
bacher, subject of ruler? here and
his wife Anna Maria, **** born Wehr,
Söhne (Sontag?) evening 7:30 born.
Godfather is Johann Conrad Wehr, [son of] Johann
Heinrich Wehr, farmer and inhabitant
here, the youngest son.
Tuesday baptized at home.
Comments on Birth Record:
- Johann Conrad is the last of 5 children to Johann Georg and Anna Maria and one of two surviving sons.
- He gets his name from his godfather and uncle, Johann Conrad Wehr, the brother of his mother.
- He serves as Godfather and lends his name to the sons of his sisters: of Katharina Margaretha in 1817, and of Margaretha Barbara in 1822. The 1817 Johann Konrad will become my GGG Grandfather.
- He marries Kunigunda Barbara Gerner in 1845. [Proclamations only in Diespeck– http://www.hasselbacher.org/orig_recs/diespeck/old_mar_dth/MDpairs/MD1.pdf] At the time of his marriage bans [1845 page 504], he is a Bader or barber living in Fürth and 43 years old. Kunigunda Barbara is 28. Church Abstract of the bans can be seen here.
- However, I find nothing further of him in the Diespeck records.
- By good fortune, I found that he moved away for a while, to Fürth, and then Neustadt where the couple had children. I will present these records later.
- I am going to have to learn more about what Lehens Unterthanes means. Is it a status that represents some sort of servitude, or is it an official title in itself?
- As usual, there are words I cannot understand. Help me if you can. (Helefen Sie mir bitte!)
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