Simon Broomé

Male1 November 1695–6 January 1764

Brief Life History of Simon

When Simon Broomé was born on 1 November 1695, in Malmöhus, Sweden, his father, Michael Broome, was 31 and his mother, Jannika Van Deurs, was 17. He married Christina Heublein about 1721, in Kristianstad, Sweden. They were the parents of at least 4 sons and 6 daughters. He died on 6 January 1764, in Ängelholm, Kristianstad, Sweden, at the age of 68.

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Family Time Line

Simon Broomé
1695–1764
Christina Heublein
1697–1756
Marriage: about 1721
Michael Johan Simonsson-Broomé
1722–1795
Jannika Maria Simonsdotter-Broome
1724–
Elisabeth Simonsdotter-Broome
1727–
Recardus Simonsson-Broome
1731–1734
Anna Helena Simonsdotter-Broome
1734–
Eva Catherina Simonsdotter-Broome
1735–1741
Recardus Simonsson-Broome
1737–
Anna Maria Simonsdotter-Broome
1738–
Johannes Simonsson-Broome
1740–
Eva Catherina Simonsdotter-Broome
1741–

Sources (3)

  • Siman Brome in entry for Micaell Simansson, "Sweden Baptisms, 1611-1920"
  • Simon Broome in entry for Christina Heublin, "Sweden Burials, 1649-1920"
  • Simon Brome in entry for Jannicka Maria Simonsdotter, "Sweden, Baptisms, 1611-1920"

Spouse and Children

  • Marriage
    about 1721Kristianstad, Sweden
  • Children (10)

    +5 More Children

    Parents and Siblings

    Siblings (4)

    World Events (4)

    1698

    Age 3

    King Charles II invaded Denmark. Forced Danish King to sign Peace of Travendal.

    1700 · The Great Northern War

    Age 5

    By 1658, Sweden had become a great power in northern Europe. The Great Northern War from 1700 through 1721 resulted in the loss of land amassed by Sweden in areas such as Germany, Norway, and Denmark. Nearly 200,000 Swedes lost their lives due to the war while Sweden lost much of its dominance in the Baltic Region.

    1720

    Age 25

    Northern War occurred.

    Name Meaning

    English: habitational name from any of various places called Broom(e) or Brome, from Old English brōm ‘broom, gorse’. There are such places in Bedfordshire, County Durham, Norfolk, Shropshire, Suffolk, Worcestershire, and elsewhere.

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

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