Roggensack/Dührkop

Hans Hinrich Dabelstein, 18001853 (aged 53 years)

Name
Hans Hinrich /Dabelstein/
Birth January 24, 1800 38 35
3rd President of the United States
Thomas Jefferson
March 4, 1801 (aged 1 year)

Birth of a brotherCarl Dabelstein
July 19, 1802 (aged 2 years)
Death of a brotherCarl Dabelstein
February 4, 1803 (aged 3 years)
Birth of a sisterAnna Sophia Dabelstein
April 2, 1804 (aged 4 years)
Death of a maternal grandmotherCatharina Margaretha Gerken
February 22, 1805 (aged 5 years)
Birth of a sisterAnna Catharina Dabelstein
April 5, 1806 (aged 6 years)
Death of a fatherHermann Dabelstein
September 17, 1806 (aged 6 years)
4th President of the United States
James Madison
March 4, 1809 (aged 9 years)

5th President of the United States
James Monroe
March 4, 1817 (aged 17 years)

6th President of the United States
John Quincy Adams
March 4, 1825 (aged 25 years)

MarriageChristina Magdalena LüttView this family
March 12, 1825 (aged 25 years)
Birth of a sonHinrich Dabelstein
1825 (aged 24 years)
Birth of a daughterCatharina Margaretha Dabelstein
July 22, 1826 (aged 26 years)
7th President of the United States
Andrew Jackson
March 4, 1829 (aged 29 years)

Birth of a sonHans Friedrich Dabelstein
May 22, 1829 (aged 29 years)
Birth of a sonAdam Dabelstein
March 29, 1831 (aged 31 years)
Death of a motherMaria Iden
May 18, 1832 (aged 32 years)
Death of a sisterCatharina Margaretha Dabelstein
July 3, 1833 (aged 33 years)
Birth of a daughterAnna Margaretha Dabelstein
August 4, 1833 (aged 33 years)
Birth of a daughterCarolina Dorothea Dabelstein
October 8, 1835 (aged 35 years)
8th President of the United States
Martin Van Buren
March 4, 1837 (aged 37 years)

Birth of a daughterLuise Dabelstein
November 26, 1837 (aged 37 years)
9th President of the United States
William Henry Harrison
March 4, 1841 (aged 41 years)

10th President of the United States
John Tyler
April 4, 1841 (aged 41 years)

Death of a daughterAnna Margaretha Dabelstein
August 13, 1841 (aged 41 years)
Death of a daughterLuise Dabelstein
January 14, 1842 (aged 41 years)
11th President of the United States
James K Polk
March 4, 1845 (aged 45 years)

12th President of the United States
Zachary Taylor
March 4, 1849 (aged 49 years)

13th President of the United States
Millard Fillmore
July 9, 1850 (aged 50 years)

Death of a sisterAnna Maria Margaretha Dabelstein
February 1, 1851 (aged 51 years)
Marriage of a childAdam DabelsteinKaren PedersenView this family
February 6, 1852 (aged 52 years)
14th President of the United States
Franklin Pierce
March 4, 1853 (aged 53 years)

Death November 2, 1853 (aged 53 years)
Family with parents
father
17621806
Birth: 1762 53 39Delingsdorf, Bargteheide, Stormarn, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Death: September 17, 1806Bünningstedt, Stormarn, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
mother
17651832
Birth: 1765 36 28Delingsdorf, Bargteheide, Stormarn, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Death: May 18, 1832Bünningstedt, Stormarn, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Marriage MarriageNovember 4, 1792Woldenhorn, Bünningstedt, Stormarn, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
10 months
elder sister
17931833
Birth: August 27, 1793 31 28Kremerberg, Woldenhorn, Stormarn, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Death: July 3, 1833Bünningstedt, Stormarn, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
2 years
elder sister
17951851
Birth: November 20, 1795 33 30Kremerberg, Woldenhorn, Stormarn, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Death: February 1, 1851Bergstedt, Stormarn, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
2 years
elder brother
17971867
Birth: November 14, 1797 35 32Beimoor, Bargteheide, Stormarn, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Death: October 5, 1867Ahrensburg, Stormarn, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
2 years
himself
18001853
Birth: January 24, 1800 38 35Beimoor, Woldenhorn, Stormarn, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Death: November 2, 1853Lauenburg, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
3 years
younger brother
18021803
Birth: July 19, 1802 40 37Bünningstedt, Stormarn, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Death: February 4, 1803Bünningstedt, Stormarn, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
21 months
younger sister
18041881
Birth: April 2, 1804 42 39Bünningstedt, Stormarn, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Death: March 23, 1881Bargteheide, Stormarn, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
2 years
younger sister
18061859
Birth: April 5, 1806 44 41Bünningstedt, Stormarn, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Death: December 13, 1859Bünningstedt, Stormarn, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Father’s family with Catharina Gerdrut Stürwold
father
17621806
Birth: 1762 53 39Delingsdorf, Bargteheide, Stormarn, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Death: September 17, 1806Bünningstedt, Stormarn, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
step-mother
17591792
Birth: 1759Jersbek, Bargteheide, Stormarn, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Death: June 13, 1792Woldenhorn, Bünningstedt, Stormarn, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Marriage MarriageOctober 6, 1786Süllfeld, Stormarn, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
8 months
half-sister
1787
Birth: May 25, 1787 25 28Jersbek, Bargteheide, Stormarn, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Death:
2 years
half-sister
1789
Birth: September 18, 1789 27 30Wiemerskamp, Bergstedt, Stormarn, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Death:
Family with Christina Magdalena Lütt
himself
18001853
Birth: January 24, 1800 38 35Beimoor, Woldenhorn, Stormarn, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Death: November 2, 1853Lauenburg, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
wife
17971856
Birth: 1797 31 25Fargau, Schönberg, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Death: May 1, 1856Fargau, Schönberg, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Marriage MarriageMarch 12, 1825Selent, Schönberg, Plön, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
10 months
son
18251887
Birth: 1825 24 28Schönberg, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Death: November 15, 1887
19 months
daughter
18261902
Birth: July 22, 1826 26 29Gödersdorf, Plön, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Death: April 3, 1902
3 years
son
18291857
Birth: May 22, 1829 29 32Gödersdorf, Plön, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Death: March 24, 1857Uldum, Vejle, Dänemark (Danmark)
23 months
son
18311912
Birth: March 29, 1831 31 34Gödersdorf, Plön, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Death: April 13, 1912
2 years
daughter
18331841
Birth: August 4, 1833 33 36Gödersdorf, Plön, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Death: August 13, 1841Gödersdorf, Plön, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
2 years
daughter
18351887
Birth: October 8, 1835 35 38Gödersdorf, Plön, Holstein, Deutscher Bund (German Confederation)
Death: November 26, 1887Wanship, Utah, United States of America
2 years
daughter
18371842
Birth: November 26, 1837 37 40Gödersdorf, Plön, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Death: January 14, 1842Gödersdorf, Plön, Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Note

Schleswig-Holstein in 814 part of the Kingdom of Dänemark (Denmark), Doing Napoleon time 1811 it was part of Dänemark (Denmark). It was part of the German Empire in 1871 this was after Caroline was in Utah. German consolidation began when the province of Brandenburg combined with Preußen (Prussia) in 1648. Losses to Napoleon in 1807 were largely regained in 1815, and German territory comprised 39 independent but confedrated states. of these, Preußen (Prussia) rose to dominancd after 1862 under Otto von Bismark and annexations led to the North German Confederation of 1867. Incorporation of states to the south completed the German Empire of 1871. Map History of Europe Nat.Geo Mag dec 1983 10 9 92 AGV !HIST:Slesvig had been considered part of the Danish monarchy ever since 1025 when Conrad II formally ceded it to King Canute. The duchy of Holstein had been an integral part of the Empire ever since it was Christianized and Germanized in the early twelfth century. When in 1460 the King of Dänemark (Denmark) and duke of Slesvig also succeeded to Holstein, the two duchies were declared inseparable for ever althow Slesvig was part of the Danish Monarchy and Holstein a member of the Holy Roman Empire and later the German Confederation. Apart from the northern fringe of Slesvig the population was German. in 1846 King Christian VIII said the Danish order of succession was valid for Holsteiners and Slesvigers. In Holstein the Salic law was in force (the next male agnates were to succeed.) Federick VII was childless The Duke of Augustenburg claimed the Slesvig-Holstein Estates This was followed by open war in which Preußen (Prussia) took the lead. In 1864 Austria and Preußen (Prussia) acting on behalf of the German Coonfederation went to war with Dänemark (Denmark) defeated her and took over the administration of the two duchies 10 10 92 AGV