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Ernest Heinrich Friedrich Anton Brakhane

Ernest Heinrich Friedrich Anton Brakhane

Male Abt 1800 -

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  • Name Ernest Heinrich Friedrich Anton Brakhane 
    Born Abt 1800  Germany Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Germany Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Extract
      from the register of the Births and Baptisms of the church book of Hohe
      On January 14th 1830 at 8 o’clock in the morning, a son was born to the Groβköther*1 Heinrich Friedrich Anton Brakhan in Hohe*2, by his wife Sophie Caroline Elisabeth neé Meyer. He was baptized on January 20th and given the names:
      - Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm –
      Witnesses to the baptism were:
      1. Wilhelmine Caroline Elisabeth neé Brakhan, wife of the Groβköther*1 Heinrich Ebeling by Brökeln;
      2. Wilhelmine Charlotte neé Meyer, wife of the Vollmeier*3 Georg Friedrich Conrad Schrader by Pegestorf
      3. Elisabeth neé Stöcker, wife of the Vollmeier*3 Anton Meier by Deitlevsen
      Hohe, August 4th 1855   Kräntzer pastor

      *1: Groβköther: In the agricultural history of northwestern Germany, Groβköther were termed a serf- farmer who ranked third in the village hierarchy . The Großkötterwere obliged to hand and tension service at the landlords . They lived in small housee, usually on the edge of the village, and always separated from the farmland. They cultivated an area of ​​12 to 24 hectaresand had little livestock and at most one horse. Since the income was often not sufficient for a living, they also performed manual labor or worked in day-service on farm and manor farms. In addition to the manual service,they had to pay interest in cash in return for the transfer of the house and the farmland to the landlord, and to deliver natural resources such as chickens, eggs and grain.
      *2: the parish Hohe does not exist as such anymore. It is now part of Hehlen (zip code 37619)
      *3: Vollmeier: As Vollmeier referred to in the agricultural history is a serf farmer, who was in the village hierarchy in the first place and was one of the largest farmers in the village.The Vollmeier had to provide his landlord with other services and payments such as a complete cart or carriage, consisting of a four horses-team for plowing or for transport services. The services were calculated on a daily basis and took in the summer 6am to 6pm with 2 hours lunch break and in the winter from 8am to 2pm without a break. These services were seen as a heavy burden and extremely reluctantly performed. In addition to meadows,pastures and woods, a full-span farm included around 24 to 48 hectares of farmable land. In addition to the services, the peasants still had to provide money and benefits. These included the purchase of wine to be paid when the farm was taken over, an annual tax and natural resources in the form of grain, cows, pigs, lambs, chickens and eggs.
    Person ID I15903  Mather | Ohm
    Last Modified 17 Aug 2019 

    Family Sophie Charlotte Elisabeth Meier,   b. 15 Feb 1811, Germany Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Germany Find all individuals with events at this location 
    +1. Friedrich Heinrich Wilhelm Brakhane,   b. 14 Jan 1830, Germany Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 27 Oct 1878, Madison Co., IL Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 48 years)
    Last Modified 3 Apr 2021 
    Family ID F5881  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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