Johann Adam Mader

12 February 1744–31 August 1820 (Age 76)
Pfullingen, Reutlingen, Württemberg, Germany

The Life of Johann Adam

When Johann Adam Mader was born on 12 February 1744, in Pfullingen, Reutlingen, Württemberg, Germany, his father, Johannes Mader, was 24 and his mother, Anna Maria Rheidelin, was 20. He married Maria Barbara Bez on 25 January 1762, in Mägerkingen, Trochtelfingen, Reutlingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. They were the parents of at least 4 sons and 4 daughters. He died on 31 August 1820, in Mägerkingen, Reutlingen, Württemberg, Germany, at the age of 76.

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Family Time Line

Johann Adam Mader
1744–1820
Eva Rosina Hermann
1740–1792
Marriage: 30 April 1776
Maria Agnes Mader
1777–1780
Jacob Mader
1778–
Ludwig Friedrich Mader
1779–1780
Christoph Friederich Mader
1781–
Maria Barbara Mader
1782–1782
Catharina Barbara Mader
1784–1784
Gottfried Mader
1785–
Mader
1787–1787
Eva Mader
1788–1788
Mader
1789–
Eva Mader
1790–
Maria Barbara Mader
1791–1853
Mader
1794–

Spouse and Children

MARRIAGE
30 April 1776
Mägerkingen, Trochtelfingen, Reutlingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
children

(13)

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Parents and Siblings

    Male1720–Male

    Anna Maria Rheidelin

    Female1724–Female

siblings

(4)

    Male1744–1820Male

    Mader

    Male1745–1745Male

    Mader

    Male1748–1748Male

    Johannes Mader

    Male1749–1749Male

World Events (2)

1813 · Germans defeat Napolean in Leipzig

Age 69

On Oct 19, 1813, Germany defeats Napolean. The commanding officer for the Allied side was Prince Karl Phillipp Schwarzenberg.
1814

Age 70

The Congress of Vienna established the German Confederation of 39 independent German states.

Name Meaning

1 English: metonymic occupational name for a dyer or seller of dye, from Middle English mad(d)er ‘madder’ (Old English mædere), a pink to red dye obtained from the roots of the madder plant.2 German and Dutch (Mader, Mäder): occupational name for a reaper or mower, Middle High German māder, mæder, Middle Dutch mader.3 French (southwestern and southeastern): metonymic occupational name for a carpenter.

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

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Sources (3)

  • Joh. Adam Mader in entry for Maria Barbara Mader Stahlaker, "Germany Deaths and Burials, 1582-1958"
  • Adam Mader, "Germany Births and Baptisms, 1558-1898"
  • Adam Mader in entry for Adam Mader, "Germany Deaths and Burials, 1582-1958"

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