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Re: Christopher Frerking b. 1820 Rotenburg, Hanover,Germany
Posted by: Brian Frerking (ID *****3814) Date: July 01, 2007 at 09:02:40
In Reply to: Christopher Frerking b. 1820 Rotenburg, Hanover,Germany by L. Burnett of 116

I believe the Dorette Frerking you found is the daughter of "George" Heinrich Frerking born 24 Sep 1816,
Esperke, Hanover,Germany,who married in Germany, Charlotte "Louise" Worthman,born 18 Jun 1819, Germany,died 8 May 1905, Concordia, Lafayette, Missouri.
"George" died 16 Dec 1857, Concordia, Lafayette, Missouri.
Their children are:
Rosina Frerking.
Ernst August Frerking born 1847, Concordia, Lafayette, Missouri, ref: (D)62, died 1899, Concordia, Lafayette, Missouri.
Gustavus Adolphus "G. A." Frerking born 27 Mar 1849.
Dorette Frerking born 21 Mar 1851.
Johann Carl "Charles" Frerking born 21 Aug 1851.

"George" is the son of Johann Dietrich Frerking born 19 Nov 1786, Esperke,Hanover, Germany,married 29 Nov 1811, in Esperke, Hanover, Germany, Dorothea Maria Sprengel, born 13 Apr 1792, Esperke, Hanover, Germany, (daughter of Johann Heinrich Sprengel and Anna Margareta Raben Sprengel, died 7 Aug 1868, Concordia, Lafayette,
Missouri. Johann died 15 Jul 1838, Esperke, Hanover, Germany, buried: 18 Jul 1838, Esperke,Hanover, Germany.

None of the records I have indicate that George had a brother Christopher


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