Ane Lisbeth Frederiksen

Brief Life History of Ane Lisbeth

When Ane Lisbeth Frederiksen was born in 1799, in Halsted, Halsted Klosters, Denmark, her father, Frederik Frederiksen, was 55 and her mother, Ane Marie Hansdatter, was 23. She married Johan Jorgensen on 11 May 1818, in Vesterborg, Halsted Klosters, Denmark. They were the parents of at least 2 sons and 2 daughters. She lived in Vesterborg, Lollands Nørre, Maribo, Denmark in 1834 and Vesterborg, Vesterborg, Lollands Nørre, Maribo, Denmark in 1840. She died on 10 June 1849, in Vesterborg, Halsted Klosters, Denmark, at the age of 50, and was buried in Vesterborg, Halsted Klosters, Denmark.

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Family Time Line

Johan Jorgensen
1795–1842
Ane Lisbeth Frederiksen
1799–1849
Marriage: 11 May 1818
Frederik Jorgensen
1819–
Ane Johanne Jorgensen
1821–1882
Thrine Marie Jorgensdatter
1825–1841
Vilhelm Jorgensen
1837–1893

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  • Lisbeth Frederiksdatter in household of Jorgen Jorgensen, "Denmark Census, 1840"
  • Ane Lisbeth Frederiksdr, "Denmark, Marriages, 1635-1916"
  • Lisbeth Frederiksd in entry for Jacob Pedersen, "Denmark Church Records, 1484-1941"

World Events (7)

1805 · Christianso Lighthouse

The Christianso Lighthouse is one of Denmark's oldest lighthouses and the first to have a flashing light. It was built on the island of Christianso in the northern Baltic Sea.

1808 · Dannebrogordenens Haederstegn

Dannebrogordenens Haederstegn, The Cross of Honour of the Order of the Dannebrog, is an award connected to the Danish Order of the Dannebrog. The cross was instituted by King Frederick VI of Denmark and Norway on June 28, 1808 and was named Dannebrogsmendenes Haederstegn until 1952. The award is given to any Dane who has provided a service to Denmark through a noble deed. The cross is considered an additional recognition if awarded to someone who is already a holder of the Order.

1814

Denmark cedes Norway to Sweden.

Name Meaning

Some characteristic forenames: Scandinavian Erik, Jorgen, Borge, Folmer, Gunner, Knut, Lars, Mauritz, Niels, Nils, Viggo.

Danish and Norwegian: patronymic from the personal name Frederik, Danish form of Friedrich . This surname is rare in Norway (compare Fredriksen ). Compare also Fredericksen .

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

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