Nicolette Kaas

Brief Life History of Nicolette

When Nicolette Kaas was born in 1802, in Denmark, her father, Christian Christoffer Kaas, was 35 and her mother, Anna Cecilia Kirstine Furst, was 35. She married Peder Lund on 2 June 1824, in Holstebro, Bøvling, Denmark. They were the parents of at least 5 sons and 2 daughters. She lived in Lemvig, Bøvling, Denmark in 1860 and Lemvig, Ringkøbing, Denmark in 1870.

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Family Time Line

Peder Lund
1799–
Nicolette Kaas
1802–
Marriage: 2 June 1824
Christian Christopher Lund
1825–
Birgithe Sophie Elisabeth Lund
1827–
Soren Peter Lund
1833–
Andreas Christian Lund
1835–
Anne Celilie Kirstine Lund
1838–1882
Carl Wilhelm Teobald Lund
1841–
Rasmus Øllgård Andrup Lund
1844–

Sources (40)

  • Nicolette Lund Larkus, "Denmark Census, 1850"
  • Nicolette Kaas, "Denmark, Marriages, 1635-1916"
  • Nicolette Kås, "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.

1847 · Casino Theatre (Copenhagen)

The Casino Theatre was built as an entertainment center by Georg Carstensen but was converted into a theatre in 1848. After many years of never gaining popularity, it was closed in 1937 and demolished in 1960.

Name Meaning

Some characteristic forenames: Scandinavian Erik, Ove.

Dutch and German: from a short form of the personal name Nicasius (see Nicasio ) or Kasper or Lucas .

Dutch: metonymic occupational name for a maker or seller of cheese, kaas (from Latin caseus).

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

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