52 Ancestors Week 52 - Frederick Hasemeyer

Fredrick William? Hasemeyer was born about 1833 in Germany. He married a woman named Sophia. Together they had at least 4 sons.
He is said to have died around 1890.

If you have any information on the Hasemeyer family in Colorado or Illinois, contact me! *****

52 Ancestors Week 51 - Marie Cherise Paris

Marie Chirese Paris was born on January 21, 1848 in Glimes, Brabant, Belgium to Francois Joseph Paris and Marie Louisa Riffon.
On October 25, 1865 she married Henri Joseph Francois Piraux in Glimes. Together they had 7 children.
She died on January 26, 1890 in Chatelineau, Belgium.

Francois Joseph Paris 1808–1857
Marie Louisa Riffon 1811–1871

Auguste Joseph Paris 1845–?

Henri Joseph Francois Piraux 1841–?

Camille Joseph Piraux 1866–?
Marcellin Eugene Joseph Piraux 1868–?
Emile Francois Joseph Piraux 1871–1929
Marie Flore Piraux 1873–1873
Flore Elisa Piraux 1875–1877
Auguste Joseph Piraux 1877–?
Helene Adeline Joseph Piraux 1880–?

52 Ancestors Week 50 - Adelle Leblon

Adelle Leblon was born on March 19, 1837 in Herinnes, Brabant, Belgium. She was the 4th of 7 children born to Felix Francois Hubert Leblon and Jeanne Catherine Agneesens.
On March 3, 1862 Adelle married Charles Louis Tavernier in Montignies-sur-Sambre, Belgium. Together they had 4 children, 2 boys and 2 girls.
She died on October 12, 1897 in Charleroi, Belgium.

Felix Francois Hubert Leblon 1803–?
Jeanne Catherine Agneesens 1806–?

Marie Caroline Leblon 1830–?
Joseph Francois Leblon 1833–?
Jeanne Marie Leblon 1835–?
Jeanne Catherine Leblon 1839–?
Charles Louis Leblon 1841–?
Isidor Joseph Leblon 1847–?

Charles Louis Tavernier 1833–?

Francois Tavernier 1865–1900
Lambertine Tavernier 1866–?
Charles Louis Tavernier 1869–1919
Marie Tavernier 1872–1892

52 Ancestors Week 49 - Margaretha Treimer

Margaretha Treimer was born on April 24, 1838 in Lemkendorf, Fehmarn, Germany.

At the time, Fehmarn was technically part of Denmark, though it seems only for tax purposes, they considered themselves either German or completely independent. The Schleswig-Holstein region rebelled against the Danish trying to take over and they tried to establish their own government. The Danish government fought back and occupied the region for 12 years. Then Prussia and Austria joined Schleswig in fighting off the Danes in what became the Second Schleswig War in 1864. At the end of the war, in 1864, the region was given over Prussia, now Germany.

Fritz and Margaretha were married in the early 1860’s. They had at least 8 children.

In October 1881 they left from Hamburg on the ship Australia going to New York. Except for the two oldest children, who joined the family a year later. They settled on a farm in southwest Illinois.

Margaretha died on April 19, 1910 in Illinois. On May 15, 1919, Fritz died in Campbell Hill, Illinois.

Margaretha and Fritz with their children (and spouses)

Fritz (Friedrich) Schmidt 1839–1919

Margareta Schmidt 1862–1916
Christina Amelia Schmidt 1863–1922
Magda (Martha) Sophia Elizabeth Schmidt 1865–1949
Henrietta Deserie Schmidt 1867–1959
Fritz Emil Schmidt 1868–1939
Mary Gertrude Schmidt 1869–1952
Adolph Nicolaus Carl Schmidt 1870–1959
Agnes Henrietta Schmidt 1875–1944

52 Ancestors Week 48 - Mary Ann Alderson

Mary Ann Alderson was born  around 1831 in Oldbrough, Yorkshire,  England. Her parents were John and Ann Alderson.
On May 5, 1850 she married Robert Gregoryin  Stanwick St John, Yorkshire. According to the 1851 census he was an Ag. Laborer. They soon had a child named Mary Ann.
Right after having her they up and moved to Durham County (a couple miles away really) to work
in the coal mines. They lived in Newfield for a while, having more kids. Eventually Robert started working at the Castle Eden Colliery, and moved his family into housing there. They had at least 8 children together.

John Alderson 1799–?
Ann Alderson 1801–?

Stephen Alderson 1829–?
Helen (Ellen) Alderson 1835–?

Robert Gregory 1823–1897

Mary Ann Gregory 1852–1926
Jane Gregory 1857–1930
Robert Gregory 1860–?
William Gregory 1862–1900
Isabella Gregory 1864–?
Margaret Ellen Gregory 1865–?
Elizabeth Gregory 1868–1901
John S. Gregory 1874–1951