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Johann BEHRENS
Jung Krassen Hankens _____
Husband:  Johannes / Johann / Johan / Jon / John BEHRENS
Birth:  1772, Ostfriesland, Niedersachsen, DEU
Death:  1827, at sea

(There's no such given name as "Behren," so John's second name would appear to be the German surname, BEHRENS, not a Danish patronymic.)

Marriage:  24 Feb 1801, Neiblum, Föhr, Nordfriesland, Schleswig-Holstein, DEU
Wife:  Jung Krassen Hankens _____
Birth:  5 Oct 1773, Ovenum, Föhr, Nordfriesland, Schleswig-Holstein, DEU
Death:  21 Jun 1853, Ovenum, Föhr, Nordfriesland, Schleswig-Holstein, DEU
Father:  Hanken Arfsten _____
Mother:  Inge Nahmens _____
Children — born in Ovenum, Föhr, Nordfriesland, Schleswig-Holstein, DEU:
1.  Catrina Maria BEHRENS, b. 2 Jan 1802
2.  Inge BEHRENS, b. 17 Nov 1803
3.  Henricka BEHRENS, b. 17 Dec 1807
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; FRG, Germany, Deutschland, Lower Saxony, East Frisia, North Frisian Islands

Sources:

1.  Broderbund.  World Family Trees.  Vol. 1, Pedigree #599.

2.  Anonymous. GEDCOM.

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