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Hans Hansen from Varmark, Sonder Stenderup, Denmark

Question by stenderuphansen

I understand that the records before the mid- 1600s no longer exist in Varmark, Sonder Stenderup. So perhaps this note is a waste of time, but in case there is anyone out there that can help me....my family and I would be forever grateful.

Trying to continue my ancestral line, which included at least 5 generations of Hans Hansens:
V. Hans Hansen (b. 1738)
IV. Hans Hansen (b. 1713)
III. Hans Hansen (b. 1686)
II. Hans Hansen (b. 1645-1729 in Varmarck ). He also had a sister named Maren Hansdatter (b. April 23, 1641 in Varmarck/Warmarch (numerous spellings) & married at the age of 14 Anders Paulsen (b. October 3, 1634 - 1705 who became the mayor of...Vonsild(?)).
I. Hans Hansen (probably born early 1600s since Maren was born in 1641 (?), spouse?, his parents?, other children? - this is who I need help with)

Incredibly friendly & knowledgeable genealogists in Denmark through the Dis-Danmark.dk website have not been able to help beyond Hans from 1645. But if someone else can, then you'd be considered the "bestest genealogist in the world" in my book!

Tak!
Dan Hansen

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on 2010-10-28 14:02:29

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by edmondsallan on 2010-10-28 17:50:59

edmondsallan - hi Dan . I already sent you a reply , privately. I wish to place some other info - before you . Some of it is proven .Not all . However you may want to take a look at it . After the Ice age , three ( 3 ) tribes came from the Hungarian plains thro Switzerland / Prussia / Rhine river , to the now German / Denmark -Border . The name back in the canton of Thurgau in Switzerland was spelt three ways . Hans- Hass -Hansen.Their was also a name / spelling change in 1569 from " Lorentzen to Hansen " in Germany . why I have no answer . Their are records of " Hansens " in Switzerland , Prussia Germany , Frisian Islands ( on the border of Germany/ Denmark / Netherlands . dates range from 1500 to 1700 .Put on the net " hansen & whatever country you want . Good Luck _ I hope it assists - regards-edmondsallan

by stenderuphansen on 2010-10-29 11:42:04

Now that is very interesting. The only thing is that they moved further south to Oksenvad, Gram, Haderslev county in the mid 1800s. In the 1600s they were in Sonder Stenderup, which is further north and so further from the German border. BUT, I'll have to check it out.

Thank you!

by cmsheaff on 2010-11-01 19:19:06

I'm interested in a Hans Hansen born in the early 1800's who married Anna Katrina Mortensdatter. They had a son Hans Hansen who married Laura. Are they in your lineage?

by stenderuphansen on 2010-11-02 08:11:25

I have a huge tree, but not all of the branches are complete. I have an uncle named Hans Herman Willer Hansen who was born in the late 1700s, but I do not know anything about his descendants. Do you know where your Hans Hansen was from?

by Maoriwahine2007 on 2011-04-25 18:37:02

Hi Dan my great,Grandmother's Family were the Hansen Family,As my great gran was :Maude Amy Hansen.so yeah I would love to hear from you,as it would be so interesting ,also I'm related to Allan Edmonds,as my great,great grandad was :Arthur Edmonds who was Samuel John Edmonds brother.So we are inter related to the Edmonds Family.

Joyce Taylor-Scott

by eleanor863 on 2013-10-13 07:42:53

My G.G.Grandparents were Hans & Johanna Hansen Invercargill NZ. My G.Grandmother was Annie Olivia Hansen Came to NZ with family from Copenhagen Denmark around 1880-81.They are buried in the eastern cemetry Invercargill.Died 1906-08 Anyone know where in Denmark they came from originally

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