Samuel Muehlemann

Brief Life History of Samuel

When Samuel Muehlemann was born on 13 May 1838, in Seeberg, Bern, Switzerland, his father, Andreas Muehlemann, was 41 and his mother, Anna Barbara Burkhalter, was 26. He married Marie Anna Marti on 20 October 1871, in Hindelbank, Bern, Switzerland. They were the parents of at least 5 sons and 1 daughter. He died on 14 July 1921, at the age of 83.

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Samuel Muehlemann
Marie Anna Marti
Marriage: 20 October 1871
Jakob Muehlemann
Franz Muehlemann
Gottfried Muehlemann
Elise Muehlemann
Johannes Muehlemann
Johannes Muehlemann

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  • Hindelbank - 1871 Marriage Samuel Muehlemann & Marie Anna Marti
  • Samuel Mühlemann, „Schweiz, Katholische und Reformiert Kirchenbücher, 1418-1996“
  • Seeberg - 1871 Marriage Banns Samuel Muehlimann & Marie Anna Marti

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Name Meaning

Biblical name (Hebrew Shemuel), possibly meaning ‘He (God) has hearkened’ (presumably to the prayers of a mother for a son). It may also be understood as a contracted form of Hebrew sha'ulme'el meaning ‘asked of God’. In the case of Samuel the son of Hannah, this would be more in keeping with his mother's statement ‘Because I have asked him of the Lord’ (1 Samuel 1:20). Living in the 11th century bc , Samuel was a Hebrew judge and prophet of the greatest historical importance, who established the Hebrew monarchy, anointing as king both Saul and, later, David. In the Authorized Version two books of the Old Testament are named after him, although in Roman Catholic and Orthodox versions of the Bible they are known as the first and second Book of Kings. The story of Samuel being called by God while still a child serving in the house of Eli the priest (1 Samuel 3) is of great vividness and has moved countless generations. In England and America the name was particularly popular among the 16th-century Puritans and among Nonconformists from the 17th to the 19th century. It became fashionable again in the 1990s.

Dictionary of First Names © Patrick Hanks and Flavia Hodges 1990, 2003, 2006.

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