Lisabeth Graf

Female27 January 1732–12 August 1783

Brief Life History of Lisabeth

When Lisabeth Graf was born on 27 January 1732, in Rebstein, Sankt Gallen, Switzerland, her father, Heinrich Graf, was 52 and her mother, Anna Enzler, was 44. She married Hans Jacob Graf on 7 October 1755, in Rebstein, Sankt Gallen, Switzerland. They were the parents of at least 7 sons and 3 daughters. She died on 12 August 1783, in her hometown, at the age of 51, and was buried in Switzerland.

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Family Time Line

Hans Jacob Graf
Lisabeth Graf
Marriage: 7 October 1755
Johannes Graf
Hans Jacob Graf
Lucas Graf
Hans Jacob Graf
Hans Jacob Graf
Anna Graf
Paulus Graf
Elsbeth Graf
Elsbeth Graf
Heinrich Graf

Sources (28)

  • Lisabeth Gräffin in entry for Johannes Graff, "Switzerland, Catholic and Reformed Church Records, 1418-1996"
  • Lisab Gräfin in entry for Johannes Graf, "Switzerland, Catholic and Reformed Church Records, 1418-1996"
  • Lisabeth Gräfin in entry for Hs Jacob Graf, "Switzerland, Catholic and Reformed Church Records, 1418-1996"

Spouse and Children

  • Marriage
    7 October 1755Rebstein, Sankt Gallen, Switzerland
  • Children (10)

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    Siblings (11)

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    Name Meaning

    Some characteristic forenames: German Hans, Kurt, Otto, Erwin, Ernst, Fritz, Gerhard, Hermann, Horst, Manfred, Udo, Alois.

    German (also Gräf): status name from Middle High German grāve, grābe, which was used as a title denoting various more or less aristocratic dignitaries and officials. In later times it became established as a title of nobility equivalent to the Romance count. The vocabulary word also denoted a variety of different minor local functionaries in different parts of Germany. In the Grand Duchy of Hesse, for example, it was used for the holder of the comparatively humble office of village headman (compare Mayer , Schulz , and Vogt ). The surname could have originated from any of these senses or be a metonymic occupational or status name for a servant or retainer of a count, or a nickname for someone who gave himself airs and graces. This surname is also found in many other European countries, for example in France (Alsace and Lorraine), Hungary, Poland, Czechia, Slovakia, Croatia, and Slovenia, often as a translation into German of the corresponding Hungarian and Slavic surnames Gróf and Grof . Compare Graef .

    Jewish (Ashkenazic): artificial name selected, like Herzog and other words denoting titles, because of their aristocratic connotations.

    Dictionary of American Family Names © Patrick Hanks 2003, 2006.

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    Story Highlight

    Graff Research Report 2003

    Johannes Graf and Family Johannes Graf was reported to be the last ancestor on the main Graf line represented by the immigrant ancestor, Johann Jacob Graf. His great-grandfather, Hans Jakob Graf born …

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