Re: Claus Hinrich Schütt in Hamburg
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Thanks for trying Ann
Unfortunately they don’t relate to my Schütt family from Zarpen. As I mentioned in another replay, the church records for the Duchy of Holstein aren’t on Family Search or Ancestry, whereas those from 19th century exclave of the Duchy of Oldenburg are available; Olstholstein is an example. Today they’re in the modern state of Schleswig-Holstein.
From: Ann Thornton <athorn321@...>
Sent: Saturday, 1 August 2020 8:53 PM
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Subject: Re: [German-genealogy-ENG] Claus Hinrich Schütt in Hamburg
There are actually a bunch of hits on Ancestry for Claus Hinrich Schütt. I have attached a Census record and a baptism record that might help. I tried looking for Emma's birth or baptism record but could not find anything close.
Unfortunately, I haven’t access to Ancestry thanks to my local LDS library closing in March because of the Wuhan virus.
However, I’ve going through some German BDM certificates that I had stored on a thumb-drive. One of them is a 1941 Hamburg death certificate for Emma Margaretha Maria geb. Schütt who was born in 1865 in Hinschenfelde (Hamburg-Wandsbek). The death certificate lists her parents as being
Claus Hinrich Schütt, and
Anna Catharina geb. Timm
“beide zuletzt wohnhaft in Hamburg”.
If Emma was born in 1865, then her father Claus is likely to have been born between 1820 and 1845, and I have a Claus Hinrich Schmidt born ca. 1827 according to the 1835 and 1840 census of the parish of Zarpen near Lübeck.
Could someone who has access to Ancestry please have a look and see if there is a death recorded post-1865 in Hamburg for Claus Hinrich Schütt? I’m particularly interested in his age and parentage.
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