Lisa Thomasdr

1734–
Laihia, Vaasa, Finland

The Life of Lisa

When Lisa Thomasdr was born on 22 October 1734, in Laihia, Vaasa, Finland, her father, Tuomas Hakko, was 25 and her mother, Susanna Moska, was 34. She married Thomas Mahla on 20 December 1752, in Laihia, Vaasa, Finland. They were the parents of at least 5 sons and 13 daughters.

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Family Time Line

Lisa Thomasdr
1734–
Thomas Mahla
1733–1808
Marriage: 20 December 1752
Matts Mahla
1753–
Matts Thomasson Mahla
1753–
Susanna Mahla
1755–1755
Susanna Thomasdotter Mahla
1755–1755
Brita Mahla
1756–
Brita Thomasdotter Mahla
1756–
Maria Mahla
1759–
Maria Thomasdotter Mahla
1759–
Walborg Mahla
1761–
Walborg Thomasdotter Mahla
1761–
Thomas Mahla
1763–1763
Thomas Thomasson Mahla
1763–1763
Mahla
1764–1764
Barn Thomasdotter Mahla
1764–
Lisa Thomasdotter Mahla
1766–
Johan Mahla
1770–1770
Maria Mahla
1772–1772
Susanna Mahla
1773–

Spouse & Children

MARRIAGE
20 December 1752
Laihia, Vaasa, Finland
children

(18)

  • Matts Mahla

    Male1753–Male

  • Male1753–Male

  • Susanna Mahla

    Female1755–1755Female

  • Susanna Thomasdotter Mahla

    Female1755–1755Female

  • Brita Mahla

    Female1756–Female

+13 More Children

Parents & Siblings

  • Tuomas Hakko

    Male1708–1762Male

  • Susanna Moska

    Female1700–1759Female

siblings

(6)

  • Waalborg Thomasdottar Paavola

    Female1729–1783Female

  • Susanna Tuomaantytär Hakko

    Female1729–Female

  • Female1734–Female

  • Male1736–Male

  • Brita Hacko

    Female1738–Female

+1 More Child

World Events (2)

1808

Age 74

Russian invasion of Sweden supported by Napoleon.
1809

Age 75

Sweden ceded Finland to Russia. Finland became Grand Duchy of Russia. State Council of Finns appointed. Finland enjoys limited autonomy.

Name Meaning

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Sources (1)

  • Lisa Thomasdr in entry for Maria Mahla, "Finland, Baptisms, 1657-1890"

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