? Eggert Family Genealogy 


[M]     Heinrich Dietrich Hermann Brethauer

Birth:        25 Mar 1817 Steinhude, Schaumburg-Lippe, Germany
Death:        24 Nov 1880 Steinhude, Schaumburg-Lippe, Germany
Burial:       28 Nov 1880 Steinhude, Schaumburg-Lippe, Germany
Religion:     Lutheran

Father:    Hermann Heinrich Brethauer (*1771 Steinhude, Schaumburg-Lippe, Germany +1846 Steinhude, Schaumburg-Lippe, Germany)
Mother:    Catharine Margarethe Brethauer (*1780 Steinhude, Schaumburg-Lippe, Germany +1823 Steinhude, Schaumburg-Lippe, Germany)

Married	Pauline Marie Dorothe Louise Holste (*1821 Berlin, Germany +1883 Steinhude, Schaumburg-Lippe, Germany)
	     9 Oct 1842 Steinhude, Schaumburg-Lippe, Germany
Children:
    1. Wilhelmine Dorothee Sophie C Brethauer (*1843 Steinhude, Schaumburg-Lippe, Germany)
    2. Wilhelm Hermann Brethauer (*1845 Steinhude, Schaumburg-Lippe, Germany +1914 Scotia, Greeley, Nebraska, United States)
    3. Sophie Dorothee Wilhelmine Bredthauer (*1848 Steinhude, Schaumburg-Lippe, Germany)
    4. Heinrich Dietrich Wilhelm Bredthauer (*1850 Steinhude, Schaumburg-Lippe, Germany +1883 Gro├čenheidorn, Steinhude, Schaumburg-Lippe, Germany)
    5. Marie Dorothee Sophie Caroline Bredthauer (*1853 Steinhude, Schaumburg-Lippe, Germany +1854)
    6. Caroline Dorothee Bredthauer (*1856 Steinhude, Schaumburg-Lippe, Germany +1919 Grand Island, Hall, Nebraska, United States)
    7. Caroline Sophie Dorothea Bredthauer (*1860 Steinhude, Schaumburg-Lippe, Germany)

Notes:
Also listed as Dietrich Hermann Heinrich Christoph Brethauer. Master baker. He was born in Steinhude Nr. 5, lived in a house/bakery at Steinhude Nr 138. This house, built in 1842, later came into the Rintelmann family, and was eventually torn down about 1970. He was slightly lame in the left leg, which excused him from military service. He learned the baker's profession in Wunstorf. On his marriage in 1842, his father gave him three parcels of land, in two of which the father retained rights until his death, and the use of half his garden land. In 1849-50 he sought but was refused permission to operate a pub in addition to his bakery. He contemplated emigration to America, but didn't due to his health. He died of phthisis or pulmonary tuberculosis.

Sources: STEIN, AB193, MARDF(Page: 2), RRS2(Page: 1,10), AB1193, HB2(Page: 7,9), HB4(Page: 2), AB795(Item: A, Item: D, Pages: 0,1,5, Item: F), IGI(Batch: 452142), AB1298, SCHAI(Page: 130)
UUID: 9203ea2d-ed5d-4788-800f-918213ab4cf4
Last changed: 4 Nov 2015


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