ODY family from Beltheim

  • Hi all,


    I am also from Brazil and I am working on my family history as well.


    My ancestors are also from Beltheim and migrated to Brazil. The first one to come to Brazil was Johnn Pörsch, married to Katharina Ody.


    Johnn Pörsch was born in Feb 14, 1833 and Katharina in Dec 18, 1884. They migrated in Brazil in 1861.


    I am trying to find their birth and/or birth certificate. Does anyone knows where can I look or even call in order to discover this? Is there a place in Beltheim or a nearby town where they might have that document?


    Any information would be very helpful.


    I appreciate the attention.


    David Godoy

  • Hi Dsbgodoy,


    Join me on Facebook group "GenealODY" and you´ll find information regarding the ODY family.


    Best regards-
    Charles

  • Hello Baerbel,


    Check this information:


    It came to me that Anna Margaretha Ody married Jacob Jacobs by 09/February/1796 at Sevenich.
    This is information I got from researcher and writer Hanz Werner Nikolay (also a friend of mine on Facebook).
    I´d suggest you to research Kastellaun rk books.


    Best regards-
    Charles

  • Dear Charles,


    Quote

    It came to me that Anna Margaretha Ody married Jacob Jacobs by 09/February/1796 at Sevenich.

    I had the opportunity to check the Sevenich Family Book by Michael Frauenberger.


    Indeed there this marriage recorded


    Jacob Jacobs in Sevenich, son of Anton Jacobs und Gertrud Riegel ,
    oo 9.2.1796 in Sevenich
    Marg. Ody, T.v. Jacob Ody and M. Pies


    child
    *8.1.1797 Jacob


    Jacob Ody, son of Daniel Ody, and Maria Pies
    oo 30.9.1762 in Sevenich
    had 10 children
    7. */~ 22/23.4.1776 Jacob


    Daniel Ody was a teacher (Schulmeister) in Sevenich,+29.1.1765
    oo A. Maria N.N. +2.11.1789 as widow, about 80 years of age


    8 children
    2. Jacob


    Cheers,


    Gerhard

  • Hello Gerhard,


    Thank you for confirming that marriage information. It just added me some data.


    Thank you very much.


    Cheers,


    Charles

  • sehr interessant..