Friedrich Limberg + Anna Becker

4 children
Peter Limberg *1693 oo1719 Anna Margaretha Husemann *1695
16931763
Birth: October 13, 1693Dorlar
Death: February 1, 1763Dorlar
1696
Birth: before October 21, 1696Dorlar
Death:
16981757
Birth: March 10, 1698Dorlar
Occupation: Ackersmann
Death: 1757Dorlar
Christian Limberg *1707
17071787
Birth: October 25, 1707Dorlar
Death: February 10, 1787Reiste
Friederich Limberg *1665 oo1692 Anna Becker *1670
16651735
Birth: about 1665Dorlar
Death: January 26, 1735Dorlar
16451735
Birth: before 1645Dorlar
Death: February 22, 1735
16451680
Birth: about 1645
Death: before November 12, 1680Dorlar

Facts and events

Marriage
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Christine Trilling (1868–1958) Gertrud Fobbe (1850–1938) Virginia Mary Ames (1930–1994) Wilhelmine Minchen Fobbe (1916–1979) Margaretha Gilsbach (1778–1843) Theresia Hötger (1803–1851) Andreas Tusche (1775–1839) Michael Scholle (1795–1855) Franz Heinrich Müller (–) Wilhelm Christian Dameris (1860–) Franz Anton Franz Mertens (1786–) Edward Roggemann (1942–2014) Eva Elisabeth Rest (1743–1810) Joseph Schraub (1776–1848) Johann Limberg (1882–1889) Heinrich Schmelter (1879–1922) Theresia Holthöfer (1826–1892) Theresia Frese (1819–) Maximilian Max Wiebelhaus (1832–1897) Martin Fobbe (1758–1819) Anna Elisabeth Elisabeth Runte (1748–1831) Heinrich Hein (1827–1890) Johannes Hötger (1768–1844) Johann Trilling (1839–1889) Wilhelm Christian Dameris (1850–1859) Charles Henry Doherty (1895–1966) Ferdinand Rumpf (1809–1841) Franz Wiebelhaus (1821–) Heinrich Tusche (1860–1897) Wilhelm Bieker (1803–1839) Emil Bigge (1843–1925) Anna Magdalena Albracht (1807–1847) Franz Koch (1819–1885) Carl Lachenicht (1798–1844) Elisabeth Koch (1851–1916) Franz Hermann Prior (1842–) Theodor Dameris (1768–1821) Andreas Tusche (1775–1839) Johann Jodocus Jodocus Witte (1814–1872) Peter Limberg (1693–1763) Franz Anton Frese (1884–1954) Heinrich Plemper (1816–1899) Franz Limberg (1864–) Johann Frese (1827–1892) Johann Tusche (1893–1965) Wilhelm Bade (1765–1813) Franz Bruder (1822–1893) Anna Frese (1868–)