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Tuesday, December 4th 2018, 7:28pm

kirchenbuch infanterie regiment Nr. 30 and stammrollen.

Hallo,

I am looking for Martin Kirchner. He was a soldier of the Prussian infanterie regiment Nr. 30 (Von Borcke). His daughter Maria Catharina Kirchner was born in April 1787 probably in Anklam. She is an ancestor of my wife.
When did Martin marry, who is his wife and who are their children. This information is in the regimental churchbook
I hope to find where Martin was born and where he came from. Maybe this information is in the stammrollen of this regiment.
Where can I find the churchbook and Stammrollen?

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Wim Nijssen

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Tuesday, December 4th 2018, 8:52pm

Dear Mr. Nijssen,

The churchbooks of the Prussian Infanterie Regiment Nr. 30 (von Borcke) are online at Ancestry.

Catharina Maria Kirchner
Born on 17th April 1787 at Anklam
Baptism on 22th April 1787 at Anklam

Parents:

Martin Kirchner and Barbara Sophia Naumann

Martin and Barbara married on September 1779 at Anklam.

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David Krueger

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Wednesday, December 5th 2018, 8:53am

Dear Mr. Krueger,

Thank you very much four your quick reaction.
I assume that I can find all his children there.
Where should I look for the Stammrollen. Any idea?


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Wednesday, December 5th 2018, 10:37am

Dear Mr. Nijssen,

please contact the Landesarchiv Greifswald, the archive collection of Anklam is now there.

Landesarchiv Greifswald
Martin-Andersen-Nexö-Platz 1
17489 Greifswald

E-Mail: lesesaal@landesarchiv-greifswald.de

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Wednesday, December 5th 2018, 3:09pm

Hallo,

What do you mean by the collection of Anklam is now there.
Is it new or was it closed to the public or...
Which subscription do I need to search in Ancestry.

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Wim Nijssen

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Wednesday, December 5th 2018, 3:49pm

Dear Mr. Krueger,

I have a question.
According to the appendix of the marriage certificate of Catharina Maria Kirchner (she married 15th of May 1824 in Veere, Holland) her father Martin died in April 18o8 and her mother Barbara Sophia in March 1800 in Anklam or surroundings. I am not sure that these data are correct but could you try to find their decease in Ancestry?
I am doing this research for more than 8 years but I could notfind anything regarding their birth or decease. If this works I can look for their ancestors.

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Saturday, December 8th 2018, 6:27pm

Dear Mr. Nijssen,

I don't know if any military records of Anklam are at the Landesarchiv Greifswald. I know that old records of Anklam are there, maybe military records too.

The military churchbooks of Anklam are in the collection "Germany, selected Protestant church books 1500-1971", you need a international membership.

Period of time of the Church books IR 30 for Anklam:
Birth/Baptism: 1728-1795
Marriages: 1728-1795
Deaths: 1775-1795

I see that the Regiment switched to Stettin and continue the church books there. You say that Martin Kirchner and his wife died at Anklam - then the death record would be written in the church books of St. Marien or St. Nikolai Anklam.

Please contact the Kirchenkreisarchiv Greifswald, they can search for a fee at the church books.

Kirchenkreisarchiv Pommern
Karl-Marx-Platz 15
17489 Greifswald

E-Mail: kirchenkreisarchiv@pek.de

http://www.archivnordkirche.de/index.php/Pommern.html

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David Krueger

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Sunday, December 9th 2018, 2:50pm

Dear Mr. Krueger,
Thank you for the information.

Martin and Barbara got their children in the period 1780-1792 when he was a soldier. So probably they were born 1750-1760.
I asked some years ago the archiv in Greifswald to look for their decease but they could not find that in the churchbooks of Anklam.So probably they did not die in Anklam itself but nearby. Could you do me a favour and look for them in the Ancestry database?Martin Kirchner and Barbara Sophia Nau or Naumann. Maybe you can find their decease or even their birth.I asked the Geheimes Staatsarchiv Berlin about the Stammrollen of the infanterie regiment Nr. 30. Maybe this will help but unfortunately they cannot make copies if the information is available and I have to do it myself or hire an genealogist who will do the search for me.If Ancestry search gives results I will become a member.Thank you once again.
best regards,
Wim Nijssen

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Sunday, December 9th 2018, 4:16pm

Hello,

I send you an e-mail with the birthrecords of their children.