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Jef HANSEN
Susanne MATHIESEN
Hanne Cathrine GREISEN
Husband:  Jef HANSEN
Birth:  21 Jun 1817, Visby, Visby Sogn, TH&L Herred, Tønder Amt, DK
Death:  18 Jul 1908, Visby, Visby Sogn, TH&L Herred, Tønder Amt, DK
Occupation-1:  a sailor "of the seven seas"
Occupation-2:  1848, bought a farm in Daler, Daler Sogn, TH&L Herred, Tønder Amt, DK
Occupation-3:  1883, bought a farm in Nørby, Visby Sogn, TH&L Herred, Tønder Amt, DK
Father:  Hans Jendresen HANSEN, of Visby
Mother:  Kjesten THOMSEN, of Visby
Marriage-1:  ca. 1849
Wife-1:  Susanne MATHIESEN
Birth:  bef. 1817  (she was considerably older than Jef)
Death:  ca. 1876
Father:  Mr. MATHIESEN, had a windmill in Daler, Daler Sogn, TH&L Herred, Tønder Amt, DK
Marriage-2:  15 Feb 1880
Wife-2:  Hanne Cathrine GREISEN
Birth:  22 Jul 1861, Abild, Abild Sogn, TH&L Herred, Tønder Amt, DK
Death:  22 Oct 1935, Visby, Visby Sogn, TH&L Herred, Tønder Amt, DK
Father:  Hans Andersen GREISEN
Mother:  Mette Marie NIELSEN
Children with Susanne MATHIESEN:
  1.  Hans Jendresen HANSEN; at the death of Susanne, took over farm in Daler for four years
  2.  Marie Hansine HANSEN
  3.  Anne Kjerstine HANSEN; m. Johannes GOTTHARDSEN; took over farm in Daler after Hans
  4.  Mathias HANSEN; died young
Children with Hanne GREISEN:
  5.  Mathias HANSEN
  6.  Hans Jendresen HANSEN
  7.  Jef HANSEN
  8.  Marie HANSEN
  9.  Thomine HANSEN
10.  Susanne HANSEN
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; Denmark, Danmark; TH&L = Tønder, Højer og Lø

Source:

1.  Søren H. Schmidt, Lokalhistorisk Arkiv, Bredebro, DK.

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