Dagmar Regisa Augusta Holm

Brief Life History of Dagmar Regisa Augusta

When Dagmar Regisa Augusta Holm was born on 17 October 1857, in København, Denmark, her father, Johan Vilhelm Holm, was 32 and her mother, Johanne Margrethe Petersen, was 32. She married Rudolph William Tüchsen on 3 June 1880, in Sankt Matthæus, Sokkelund, København, Denmark. They were the parents of at least 2 sons and 1 daughter. She lived in Frederikssund, Kronborg, Denmark in 1890.

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Family Time Line

Rudolph William Tüchsen
1853–
Dagmar Regisa Augusta Holm
1857–
Marriage: 3 June 1880
Ejnar Tüchsen
1881–1901
Emil Tüchsen
1884–
Gunna Tüchsen Elholm
1888–

Sources (13)

  • Dagmar Augusta Tuchsen in household of Rudolf William Tuchsen, "Denmark Census, 1916"
  • Dagmar Begitte Augusta Holst in entry for Gumd Tychsen, "Denmark Church Records, 1484-1941"
  • Dagmar Rigitga Augusta Tuchsen in household of Rudolph William Tuchsen, "Denmark Census, 1890"

World Events (8)

1859 · Copenhagen Waterworks

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.

1859 · Copenhagen Zoo

The Copenhagen Zoo was founded in 1859 and is one of the oldest zoos in Europe. It was founded by a ornithologist named Niels Kjaebolling and the first animals that were at the opening were eagles, chickens, ducks, owls, rabbits, a fox, a seal and a turtle. The oldest building still is in use as a stable for the yak exibit. It is open everyday from 9:00am to 8:00pm (20:00).

1914

World War I. Denmark remains neutral throughout the war.

Name Meaning

Some characteristic forenames: Scandinavian Erik, Lars, Anders, Thor, Holger, Nels, Nils, Sven, Helmer, Lennart, Niels, Vibeke.

English, Scottish, German, and Scandinavian: topographic name for someone who lived on an island, in particular a piece of slightly raised land lying in a fen or partly surrounded by streams, from Middle English, Middle Low German holm, Old Norse holmr, or else a habitational name from a place called with this element. The Swedish name is often ornamental.

English: topographic name for someone who lived where holly grew, from Middle English holm, a divergent development of Old English hole(g)n ‘holly (tree)’; or, especially in southern England, a habitational name from any of the places such as East and West Holme (Dorset) or Holne (Devon). Compare Hollis .

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

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