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Danish Demes
a Regional DNA Project for Danish Americans and Danes around the World
Borches gård, Kolding, DK (built 1595; photo from WikimediaCommons by User:Mahlum, 2006)
Søren Hansen Mathiesen _____
Sille Kristine Mortensdatter _____
NOTICE:  a patrilineal (direct male line) descendant of our subject is participating in the Danish Demes Regional DNA Project.  Anyone who suspects they are a patrilineal descendant of our subject can support that connection with a Y-DNA test.
Husband:  Søren Hansen Mathiesen _____
Birth:  ca. 1784, Astrup, Brøns Sogn, Hviding Herred, Tønder Amt, DK
Death:  7 May 1840, Bredebro, Brede Sogn, TH&L Herred, Tønder Amt, DK
Y-DNA Haplogroup:  R-1b1a-2a1a-1a4a, a.k.a., R-L47
Father:  Mathias Hinrichsen _____, of Brøns Sogn, Hviding Herred, Tønder Amt, DK
Mother:  Karen Sørensdatter _____
Marriage:  7 Oct 1810, Bredebro, Brede Sogn, TH&L Herred, Tønder Amt, DK
Wife:  Sille Kristine Mortensdatter _____
Birth:  25 Aug 1783, Bredebro, Brede Sogn, TH&L Herred, Tønder Amt, DK
Death:  4 Mar 1833, Bredebro, Brede Sogn, TH&L Herred, Tønder Amt, DK
Father:  Morten Hansen _____ of Bredebro, Brede Sogn, TH&L Herred, Tønder Amt, DK
Mother:  Agate Jespersdatter _____
Children — born in Brede Sogn, TH&L Herred, Tønder Amt, DK:
1.  Mathias Hansen MATHIESEN, b. 1810, Borg
2.  Andreas MATHIESEN, b. 19 Sep 1819, Bredebro
3.  Agathe Cathrine MATHIESEN, b. 1821, Bredebro
4.  Morten Hansen MATHIESEN
5.  Johann MATHIESEN
6.  Karsten MATHIESEN
7.  Hans MATHIESEN
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; DNK, Denmark, Danmark; TH&L = Tønder, Højer og Lø Herred; Soren, Sorensdatter

Source:

1.  Mathiesen Pedigree  by Søren H. Schmidt, Lokalhistorisk Arkiv, Bredebro, DK.

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