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Christian Henriksen _____
Anne Johanne Henriksen _____
Maren Olsen _____
Husband:  Christian Henriksen _____
Baptism:  24 Apr 1774, Våbensted Sogn, Musse Herred, Maribo Amt, DK
Death:  11 Mar 1823, Våbensted Sogn, Musse Herred, Maribo Amt, DK
Disposition:  buried 15 Mar 1823, Våbensted Sogn, Musse Herred, Maribo Amt, DK
Father:  Henrik Christiansen _____
Mother:  Karen Rasmussen _____
Marriage-1:  26/28 Sep 1798, Våbensted Sogn, Musse Herred, Maribo Amt, DK
Wife-1:  Anne Johanne Henriksen _____
Christening:  12 Jan 1772, Våbensted Sogn, Musse Herred, Maribo Amt, DK
Death:  24 Feb 1811, Sakskøbing Sogn, Musse Herred, Maribo Amt, DK
Disposition:  buried 27 Feb 1811, Sakskøbing Sogn, Musse Herred, Maribo Amt, DK
Father:  Henrik Hansen _____ (1743- )
Mother:  Anne Lorentzen _____ (1746-1813)
Marriage-2:
Wife-2:  Maren Olsen _____
Birth:  1786, Kettinge Sogn, Musse Herred, Maribo Amt, DK
Death:  19 Jan 1829, Våbensted Sogn, Musse Herred, Maribo Amt, DK
Disposition:  buried 24 Jan 1829, Våbensted Sogn, Musse Herred, Maribo Amt, DK
Father:  Ole Knudsen _____
Childrem with Anne Johanne Henriksen:
1.  Henrik Christiansen _____, b. 2 Feb 1799; bap. 22 Mar 1799, Våbensted Sogn, Musse Herred, Maribo Amt, DK
2.  Christine Christiansen _____, b. 21 Feb 1802, Sakskøbing Sogn, Musse Herred, Maribo Amt, DK
Children with Maren Olsen:
3.  Mads Christiansen _____, b. 10 Nov 1811; bur. 5 Jan 1812
4.  Mads Christiansen _____, b. 28 Sep 1814
5.  Paul Christiansen _____, b. 10 Jan 1817
6.  Hans Christiansen _____, b. 10 Jan 1817
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; DNK, Danmark, Denmark, Vaabensted, Sakskobing

Sources:

1.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service:  IGI - International Genealogical Index (online at FamilySearch.org).
Christian Henriksen
Christening: 24 Apr 1774, Vaabensted, Maribo, Denmark
Death: 11 Mar 1823, Vaabensted, Maribo, Denmark
Burial: 15 Mar 1823, Vaabensted, Maribo, Denmark
Father: Henrik Christiansen; Mother: Karen Rasmussen

Marriage: 26 Sep 1798, Vaabensted, Maribo, Denmark
Spouse: Anne Johanne Henriksen
Christening: 12 Jan 1772, Vaabensted, Maribo, Denmark
Death: 24 Feb 1811, Sakskobing, Maribo, Denmark
Burial: 27 Feb 1811, Sakskobing, Maribo, Denmark
Father: Henrik Hansen; Mother: Anne Lorentzen

Marriage: 29 May 1811, Vaabensted, Maribo, Denmark
Wife: Maren Olsen
Birth: 1786, Kettinge, Maribo, Denmark
Death: 19 Jan 1829, Vaabensted, Maribo, Denmark
Burial: 24 Jan 1829, Vaabensted, Maribo, Denmark
Father: Ole Knudsen

Children (all born Vaabensted, Maribo, Denmark):
1. Mads Christiansen; Birth: 10 Nov 1811; Burial: 05 Jan 1812
2. Mads Christiansen; Birth: 28 Sep 1814
3. Paul Christiansen; Birth: 10 Jan 1817
4. Hans Christiansen; Birth: 10 Jan 1817

Source: patron submissions

Henrik Christiansen; Birth: 02 Feb 1799, Vaabensted, Maribo, Denmark
Father: Christian Henriksen; Mother: Anne Johanne Henriksen
Source: patron submission
Christine Christiansen; Birth: 21 Feb 1802, Sakskobing, Maribo, Denmark
Father: Christian Henriksen; Mother: Anne Johanne Henriksen
Source: patron submission
Christen Hendrichsen
Birth: 1774, of Vaabensted, Maribo, Denmark
Death: 11 Mar 1823, Vaabensted, Maribo, Denmark
Burial: 15 Mar 1823, Vaabensted, Maribo, Denmark

Marriage: 26 Jun 1800, Vaabensted, Maribo, Denmark
Spouse: Ane Marie Jorgensdatter
Birth: 1773, of Vaabensted, Maribo, Denmark

Source: patron submission

Did our subject marry three times?  This marriage seems unlikely as our subject's first wife did not die until 1811.

2.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service:  AF - Ancestral File (online at FamilySearch.org).  Shows Anne's mother as Anne Larsen, not Lorentzen.

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