Cornelia Judith Roth

Brief Life History of Cornelia Judith

When Cornelia Judith Roth was born on 12 February 1836, in Ameide, South Holland, Netherlands, her father, Lourens Roth, was 24 and her mother, Elisabeth van Hal, was 23. She died on 25 July 1854, in Ameide, South Holland, Netherlands, at the age of 18, and was buried in Ameide, South Holland, Netherlands.

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Family Time Line

Lourens Roth
Elisabeth van Hal
Cornelia Judith Roth
Lourens Roth
Hendrik Roth
Willem Aart Roth
Judith Roth
Elisabeth Roth
Grada Roth
Daniël Roth
Elisabeth Roth
Cornelia Roth
Cornelis Roth

Sources (3)

  • Cornelia Roth, "Netherlands, Deaths and Burials, 1668-1945"
  • Cornelia Judith Roth, "Netherlands, Archival Indexes, Miscellaneous Records"
  • Cornelia Judigh Roth, "Netherlands, Archival Indexes, Miscellaneous Records"

World Events (2)


Established 1840 (split-up of Holland).


Birth of Vincent van Gogh.

Name Meaning

German and Jewish (Ashkenazic): nickname for a person with red hair, from Middle High German rōt, German rot ‘red’. As a Jewish name it is at least in part artificial: its frequency as a Jewish surname is disproportionate to the number of Jews who, one may reasonably assume, were red-headed during the period of surname adoption. This form of the German surname (especially in this sense and in the sense 2 below) is also found in France (Alsace and Lorraine), where it is most common, and in some other European countries, e.g. Czechia and Croatia.

German and English (Middlesex): topographic name for someone who lived on land that had been cleared, from Old High German rod, Middle English roth(e) (Old English roth) ‘clearing’. In England, the name may also be a habitational name from any of the places like Rothend in Ashdon (Essex), Roe End in Markyate (Hertfordshire), Roe Green in Hatfield (Hertfordshire), or Roe Green in Sandon (Hertfordshire).

German: from a short form of any of various ancient Germanic personal names with the first element hrōd ‘renown’. Compare Rode 1, Ross 4.

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

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