Cecilie Kristine Hammer

18 December 1849–
Rønne, Bornholm, Denmark

The Life Summary of Cecilie Kristine

When Cecilie Kristine Hammer was born on 18 December 1849, in Rønne, Bornholm, Denmark, her father, Esper Hansen Hammer, was 48 and her mother, Cecelia Katrine Kjempe, was 35. She lived in Copenhagen, Denmark in 1870.

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Family Time Line

Esper Hansen Hammer
1801–1851
Cecelia Katrine Kjempe
1814–
Hans Peter Esbersen Hammer
1836–
Andrea Ferdinand Hammer
1838–1890
Christine Cathrine Hammer
1841–
Andrea Emile Hammer
1843–
Julia Hansine Hammer
1847–1910
Cecilie Kristine Hammer
1849–
Carl Christian Hammer
1851–1905

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World Events (6)

1850 · Translation of the Book of Mormon into Danish
Age 1
Erastus Snow and Peter Hansen translated the Book of Mormon into Danish after six months of being in the country. This translation was the first full translation of the Book of Mormon into another language, after English.
1859 · Copenhagen Waterworks
Age 10
The Copenhagen Waterworks was the first waterworks in Denmark and served the community until 1951. It was one of the first buildings to be built outside Copenhagen's old city walls.
1914
Age 65
World War I. Denmark remains neutral throughout the war.

Name Meaning

German, English, and Jewish (Ashkenazic): from Middle High German hamer, Yiddish hamer, a metonymic occupational name for a maker or user of hammers, for example in a forge, or a nickname for a forceful person. As an English surname, the derivation from Middle English ham(m)er, hamor ‘hammer’ (Old English hamor) is formally possible, either as a metonymic occupational name or as a locative or occupational name taken from a shop sign or inn sign. However, there is no evidence that such appellations became hereditary surnames. The surname of German origin (possibly also in the sense 2 below) is also found in France (Alsace and Lorraine).English and German: topographic name for someone who lived in an area of water meadow, or flat, low-lying alluvial land beside a stream, Middle English ham(me), Old English hamm, Old High German ham (see Hamm ) + the English and German agent suffix -er. In England, names composed of a topographic term + -er are characteristic of southern England, especially Kent, Sussex, Surrey, and Hampshire.English: possibly a variant of Hanmer , and in northern England a variant of Hamer .

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

Possible Related Names

Hemmerling
Haemmerle
Hammers
Hommer
Hamernik
Hammerman
Hemmerle
Hamm
Hammerle

Sources (14)

  • Cecilie Kirstine Hammer in household of Johannes Peter Madsen, "Denmark Census, 1870"
  • Silie Kerstine Hammer in household of Esper Hansen Hammer, "Denmark Census, 1860"
  • Cecilie Kristine Hammer, "Denmark Baptisms, 1618-1923"

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