Biography

Christina Peters Ebbesen (1785-1860)

NAVIGATION (genealogy)

 January 5th  2009
Uwe Thomsen

(Thomsen-lineage: Ancestor number 09)

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Birth:

November 28th 1785 at Solderup, Hostrup Parish, Toender County: Christina Peters Ebbesen, daughter of tenant Nicolai Peter Ebbesen and Else, maiden name Eschelsen (should be Eschels). Thomsen ancestors

Father's biogr.    Mother's biogr.

Marriage(s):

1) 1810, late September or early October, place unknown (recorded at husband's death) to Niels Thomsen from Tiset, Gram Parish, Haderslev County

2) August 11th 1833 in Hostrup Parish, Toender County: Peter Lassen at Solderup, legitimate son of tenant and hire-man Las Matzen and Anna Margaretha, maiden name Pauls, at Vorgod, Ringkoebing County, married to the widow Christine Thomsen, maiden name Petersen, legitimate daughter of the deceased Nicolai Petersen and the deceased Else, maiden name Eschelds, in Solderup and widow of the deceased Niels Thomsen at Solderup (The vicar added by her death: "They were, after a short time, separated. It is said that later the man has married again in Jutland.") Neither he nor his parents could be identified accurately at Vorgod.

Husband's biography (first marriage)

Children:

April 28th 1811 at Solderup, Hostrup Parish, Toender County: Anna Lena Thomsen

January 28th 1815 at Solderup, Hostrup Parish, Toender County: Thomas Thomsen

November 29th 1818 at Solderup, Hostrup Parish, Toender County: Peter Christian Thomsen

February 9th 1821 at Solderup, Hostrup Parish, Toender County: Ernst Andresen Thomsen

August 26th 1824 at Solderup, Hostrup Parish, Toender County: Peter Nicolay Thomsen

No children in second marriage

Ancestor 4 (Thomas Thomsen)

Death:

February 20th 1860: The widow Christina Thomsen (corrected into Lassen) at Solderup, 74 years and 5 months of age. (Other items as entered above). -

Living places:

Solderup, Hostrup Parish - assumably surrounding communities, too, in her youth. -

Occupation(s):

She had a career as lace-trader in her later years. Some documents and accounts  are preserved at the local archive. (Not explored, yet, but later a report will be issued here, if valuable) -