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von Dadelszen Family Reunion
23-24 January 2010
presentation by Mark von Dadelszen
(revised February 2012)

Edward von Dadelszen sailed 150 years prior to the 2010 Reunion with his seven surviving children (aged 8 - 23) leaving Liverpool, England, on 27 January 1860 for Auckland, New Zealand.

That epic journey is part of the spread of the wider von Dadelszen family around the globe.

Making sense of what is currently known about the von Dadelszen Family Tree

PER ARDUA SURGAM


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von Dadelszen Family Tree

From Albert van Dalen, 1520, to today - 15 generations

(recording 46 great-great-great-great grandchildren descended from Edward and Mary Jane)

 (at 17 January 2009 the Family Tree, going through 12 generations, records 1,158 people, and 349 marriages

Note:

The Family Tree on display is as accurate as the information we have available to us (and our typing skills!) – please advise Mark and Eileen of necessary corrections and further information.

Paul von Dadelszen has had contact with Bo Lofgren (Sweden), who is apparently descended from a 17th century Joronimus von Dadelszen, but we’ve been unable to follow the exact connection.


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van Dalen to von Dalern before von Dadelszen

Albert van Dalen, was born about 1520 in Stade, and is the first member of the family of whom we have any record.

Stade, now a small town in Lower Saxony near the River Elbe, is only about fifty miles north-west of Hamburg where Albert was a teacher in 1551.

Albert’s great-great grandson Arendt von Dalern was a stonemason in Hamburg.


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Name Changes in the von Dadelszen Family

Name changes have been common over the recorded history of the family:

Between 1551 and 1633, from van Dalen to von Dahlern,

Around 1688, from von Dahlern to von Dadelszen,

In the second half of the 18th century, from von Dadelszen to von Dadelsen for one branch of the family,

After World War I, for the French branch of the family, from von Dadelsen to de Dadelsen, and

Bernard von Dadelsen no longer uses the “von” at work (late 20th century).


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Historical Context - Stade


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Historical Context - Stade

Stade was settled around 30,000 BC, and from 1208 was briefly Danish (and 1209-1211 the Danish king recognised Stade’s as a political entity), and from 1216 Stade was part of the Prince-Archbishopric of Bremen.

About 1520, Albert van Dalen was born at Stade.

Until the late 1600s, Stade was a prominent member of the Hanseatic League, but was later eclipsed by Hamburg.

In 1611, the city allowed the foundation of a Jewish community, but the last archival traces of Jews date from 1630.

From 1645 to 1712 Stade was part of a Swedish province, but in 1712 Denmark conquered the province and Stade.

From 1714 to1837, Hanover was joined in a personal union with the British crown (King George I), and in October 1814 the Kingdom of Hanover, including Stade, was established by the Congress of Vienna, joining the German Confederation.

After 1837, Hanover kept the British royal arms and standards, only introducing a new crown (after the British model).


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Historical Context - Schleswig-Holstein

This map is reproduced from the German Stoppel family’s history manuscript, a copy of which was given to us in 2000 by Uwe Schwarze.

Key:

Schleswig is north of the Eider River, Holstein is to the south.

Stade, birth place of Albert van Dalen about 1520.

Altona (now part of Hamburg), where von Dadelszens and Stoppels were in business.

Estate Schönhorst just east of Keil, near Schönkirchen, and according to the Stoppel family’s history manuscript the “Noble (aristocratic) ... family seat of the family von Dadelszen.” (see slides 23-25)


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Historical Context - Schleswig-Holstein

Schleswig-Holstein was peopled in the Bronze and Iron Ages, and came in closer contact with the Danish islands after many Angles emigrated to the British Islands in the 5th century.

North of the Elbe was the battleground of Danes and Germans, as well as some Slavic people, but by 1076 the Eider River was the border between Denmark and the Saxon territories.

Schleswig was a Danish fief, though fairly independent of Denmark, while Holstein was a fief of the Germano-Roman Empire.

From the Middle Ages onwards, Schleswig was a source of rivalry between Denmark, Sweden and the nobility of the German duchy of Holstein.

In the late 18th century Schleswig and Holstein were again united under the Danish king.


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Historical Context - Hamburg-Altona and Schleswig-Holstein

Altona and Schleswig-Holstein are on the northern side of the River Elbe from Stade (on the southern side). From 1640 to 1864 Altona was under the administration of the Danish monarchy (therefore as Edward was born there he was more “Danish” than German). Altona remained a city independent of Hamburg until 1937 but is often referred to as Hamburg-Altona.

Family tradition in New Zealand has led us to explain our family’s origins by saying that our forebears left Schleswig-Holstein, which was an independent duchy, prior to the unification of the German States.


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Arendt to Georg Michael, Anton and Peter

From von Dalern to von Dadelszen/Dadelsen 1633 to 1780

While we understand this Arendt is Albert van Dalen’s great-great grandson, we have no information about the missing generations.

Arendt von Dalern
b: 1633 in Stade
d:

Arendt von Dalern (von Dadelszen)
b: 1668
d:

This is the first record of the surname von Dadelszen, and we do not know why it was adopted.

Catharina Margarete Petersen
b:
d:

Conrad von Dadelszen
b: 1703
d:

Hedewig Posteles
b:
d:

Georg Michael von Dadelszen
b: 08 Mar 1725
d: 03 Feb 1763

Georg Michael is the ancestor of those who spell our surname as von Dadelszen

Katharina Elisabeth Schmidt
b: 17 Jun 1734
d:18 Sep 1780

Anton Heinrich von Dadelszen
b:
d:

Margaretha Stubbe
b:
d:

Peter von Dadelszen
b: 1742
d:

Peter changed the spelling of his surname to von Dadelsen, and the ancestor of those who spell our surname as von Dadelsen.

Maria Rieken
b:
d:

Andreas (von Dadelszen)
b:
d:

Question: Is Bo Lofgren’s ancestor, Joronimus von Dadelszen (born 2 August 1656 and died 30 November 1731), an individual missing from this period, perhaps another brother or son of Arendt?


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From Conrad’s sons 1703 to 1852

The tree will be followed from here according to seniority – from Conrad’s sons, Georg Michael (and his sons Johann Heinrich and Michael David), and then Peter von Dadelsen/Dadelsen (we have no information about Anton Heinrich’s line). Note the first appearance of the Stoppel surname in the family tree, with Anna Christine and Christina Dorothea marrying into the family.

Conrad von Dadelszen
B: 1703
D:

Hedewig Posteles
B:
M:
D:

Georg Michael von Dadelszen
B: 08 Mar 1725
D: 03 Feb 1763

Georg Michael von Dadelszen

Katharina Elisabeth Schmidt
B: 17 Jun 1734
M:
D:18 Sep 1780

Alexander Johann von Dadelszen
B: Mar 1754
D: 25 Apr 1787

Johann Heinrich von Dadelszen
B: 07 Aug 1758
D: 26 Nov 1826

Johann Heinrich von Dadelszen, who married Anna Christine Stoppel.

Anna Christine Stoppel
B: 05 Oct 1773
D: 20 Nov 1816
M: 24 Sep 1845

Michael David von Dadelszen
B: 16 Nov 1760 in Altona
D: 23 Apr 1831

Michael David von Dadelszen, who married Christina Dorothea Stoppel and was in business with Johann Peter Stoppel, his brother-in-law.

Christina Dorothea Stoppel
B: 16 May 1769
M: 28 Apr 1791 in Altona
D: 18 Jul 1850

Anna Isabella von Dadelszen
B: 23 Apr 1763
D: 17 Jun 1763

Anton Heinrich von Dadelszen
B:
D:

Note: We have no information about Anton Heinrich’s line.

Margaretha Stubbe
B:
M:
D:

Peter von Dadelszen
B: 1742
D:

Peter von Dadelszen/Dadelsen

Maria Rieken
B:
M:
D:

Johann Hinrich von Dadelsen
B: 1772
D: 1852

Joh. Frid. Christ. Jurgens
B:
M:
D:

Georg Wilhelm von Dadelsen
B: 1788
D:

Daughter
B:
D:

Daughter (Dahlern)
B:
D:

Note: We have no information about any children of Alexander Johann or Georg Wilhelm. The others named like Anna Isabella have died in infancy.


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von Dadelszen and Stoppel Families

Michael David, father of Edward von Dadelszen (who came to New Zealand in 1860), owned a large sugar, wine vinegar and brandy company in Altona (now part of the city of Hamburg) with his brother-in-law, Johann Peter Stoppel. There are a number of other inter-marriages between the families.

Long contact with England made Hamburg a remarkably Anglophile city. After the Congress of Vienna (1814-15) the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg was an independent state within the somewhat unstable German Confederation.


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Stoppel Family Crest

The first reproduction is from a family tree, compiled by artist George Edward Kruger Gray, are reproductions of the Stoppel Family Crest.

The second reproduction of the Stoppel Family Crest comes from the German Stoppel family’s history manuscript, a copy of which was given to us in 2000 by Uwe Schwarze. This suggests that:

It originated at the beginning of the 17th century.

“The hatchment consists of three golden ears (Ähren) that stand uprightly on a stubble field. The stubble field is represented abstractly in grey and black colours.” ... Above the helmet the motif of the three golden ears reoccurs. The meaning is inferred from the name Stoppel. ... In medieval times “stoppeln” was a common word for vintaging, raking or collecting field crops.” (Note that “stoppel” means “stubble” in German.)

“Since the Stoppels were Protestants (evangelisch-lutherisch) the three ears could be the symbol of the Lutheran motto “loyal - firm - true”.”


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von Dadelszen Family Crest

On the left is a reproduction of the von Dadelszen Family Crest from the family tree, compiled by artist George Edward Kruger Gray (discussed later).

On the right is reproduction of an “heraldic sign” sent to us by Dorothee von Dadelsen (widow of Georg) in Tubingen.

In The Story of a Family, 1985, J. H. von Dadelszen said “So far all efforts to trace the origin of the crest have failed” and “One immediately thinks of the parable of the sower and of the seeds which fell upon stony places, and this can be a little discouraging.” “However, we can be heartened by the accompanying motto, “Per Ardua Surgam”, which may be translated as “Through trials I shall rise.”” It now appears (from the similarity) that the family crest the New Zealand family uses may well be derived from the Stoppel family crest.


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Tree from Johann Heinrich von Dadelszen 1758 to 19th Century

Johann Heinrich von Dadelszen was Conrad’s great-grandson, and Georg Michael’s second son

Johann Heinrich von Dadelszen
b: 07 Aug 1758
d: 26 Nov 1826

Anna Christine Stoppel
b: 05 Oct 1773
m: 20 Nov 1816
d: 24 Sep 1845

If the information provided is correct, Johann was 58 and Anna Christina was 43 when they married, and they had 5 children in the 10 years before Johann died.

Eduard August von Dadelszen
b:
d:

Johannes von Dadelszen
b:
d:

Agnese von Dadelszen
b:
d:

Henrietta von Dadelszen
b:
d:

Heinrich Ferdinand von Dadelszen
b:
d:

Note: We have no information about the marriage or children of Eduard, Johannes, Agnese, Henrietta or Heinrich.


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Tree from Michael David von Dadelszen

1760 to 1876 and onwards, from Michael David (Georg Michael’s third son, and Conrad’s great- grandson) (first half of his family)

Michael David von Dadelszen
b: 16 Nov 1760 in Altona
d: 23 Apr 1831

Michael David von Dadelszen, who married Christina Stoppel

Christina Dorothea Stoppel
b: 16 May 1769
m: 28 Apr 1791 in Altona
d: 18 Jul 1850

Johann Heinrich von Dadelszen
b: 23 Apr 1792 in Altona
d:

Nanny Cartens
b: 06 Jul 1793
m: 28 Apr 1815
d: 27 Jul 1834

Jürgen Christian von Dadelszen
b: 24 Sep 1793 in Kiel
d:

We have a record of Jürgen Christian’s five children but no further information.

Sophie von Triller
b: 12 May 1793 in Kiel
m:
d:

Georg Michael von Dadelszen
b: 06 May 1796 in Altona, Holstein (Denmark)
d: Aug 1876 in Ealing

Georg Michael von Dadelszen

Margaret Evans MacKenzie
b: 08 Jun 1802 in Kingsbridge, Devon
m: 16 Nov 1826 in St Mark’s Church Kennington
d: 14 Jun 1872 in Brentford Middlesex England

Heinrich Ferdinand von Dadelszen
b: 23 Feb 1798
d:

We have no more information about Heinrich Ferdinand.

We have traced from Michael David von Dadelszen, through Johann Heinrich, to:

His fourth-great-granddaughter, Hilda M Thorpe (UK),

His fifth-great-grandchildren (we have met one, Alan Posener in Berlin, Germany), and

His sixth-great-grandchildren, three Bartlet children (London, England), seven Tournadre children, four d’Arc children, four Glasson children, and five Bruvier children (we have met Henri, Louis , Mathilde, Emeline and Aliette Bruvier in Normandie, France).

Georg Michael’s family is traced next.


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Tree from Michael David von Dadelszen

1760 to 1876 and onwards, his great-great-great grand-daughter Gabrielle Faure and her family

Gabrielle FAURE, born 1906, daughter of Margaret Helen de Dadelszen (1872-1967)

Gabrielle FAURE
Therese Bruvier's family (parents, sisters and nephews) and in the middle her grand-mother, Gabrielle Faure


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Tree from Michael David von Dadelszen

1796 to 1929 and onwards, we have traced from Georg Michael (Michael David’s son) to:

His great-grandchildren, Reginald, Molly and Harold Pearce, and

His third-great-grandchildren, Alexander, Luke, Lucy and Isobel McDowell, Adelaine and Katya Watts, Adam and Robina Ingham, Madeleine and Katie Broom, Jason and Sian Ingham, and Tania and Piers Freke Evans.

Georg Michael von Dadelszen
b: 06 May 1796 in Altona, Holstein (Denmark)
d: Aug 1876 in Ealing

Georg Michael von Dadelszen

Margaret Evans MacKenzie
b: 08 Jun 1802 in Kingsbridge, Devon
m: 16 Nov 1826 in St Mark’s Church Kennington
d: 14 Jun 1872 in Brentford Middlesex England

Georg James von Dadelszen
b: 30 Jan 1828 in Park Place, North Brixton, London
d: 03 Dec 1904 in Shooter’s Hill, Greewich [Greenwich], Greater London, Kent, England

Margaret Black
b: 1833 in Ireland
m: 1853
d: 15 Dec 1915 in County Dublin

Margaret Christine von Dadelszen
b: 27 Jun 1829
d: 26 Aug 18989 in 52 Eaton Rise

John Gibson Metcalfe
b: 27 Sep 1819
m: 18 Jun 1851 in Charlton, Kent
d: 13 Sep 1858 in Lansdown Place Blackheath

William Edward von Dadelszen
b: 15 Sep 1830
d:

Selina Evans von Dadelszen
b: Abt 06 Jun 1833
d:

Alexander MacKenzie von Dadelszen
b: Abt 17 Jan 1835
d:

John David MacKenzie von Dadelszen
b: 31 Dec 1835
d: 01 May 1893 in Ealing

Margaret Lester Furley
b:
m: Jun 1868 in West Ashfrod, Kent, England
d: 08 Feb 1869

Conrad Donner Collins von Dadelszen
b: 15 Jan 1837 in Kennington
d: Dec 1860

Gertrude Augusta Amy von Dadelszen
b: 06 Jul 1839 in Marlow, Hamel Hempstead, Herts.
d: 23 May 1929 in Cambridge, United Kingdom

Mary Ellen Campbell von Dadelszen
b: 16 Jun 1841 in Tollington Park Hornsey Middlesex
d: 29 Jun 1899

Richard Fisher Evans
b: 14 Aug 1835 in Balham Surry
m: 1866
d: 03 Jan 1893


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Georg Michael von Dadelszen paintings
from Patrick H Freke Evans

This painting represents George Michael and Margaret Evans von Dadelszen. Patrick describes this as “a small painting on ivory showing an enraptured and speechless young man with a young lady presented with a proposal of marriage by a “Rosen Cavalier”.” Patrick advises that the following is on the back of the painting:

This picture was probably painted in Hamburg or Altona about 1826 or 27 and represents George Michael von Dadelszen (died in Ealing 1876) Margaret Evans vD wife of above GMvD born McKenzie also died at Ealing 1872 buried with GMvD at Perivale Church yard Middlesex Edward von Dadelszen younger brother of GMvD died in New Zealand in about 1861 grandfather to Percy and Albert (Bertie) Saunders.

Picture was a gift to GMvD to his mother who left it to her only daughter Frau Elise Kruger died 1886. EK October 1876 gave picture to her niece Margaret Christine Metcalf (died August 1898) daughter of George Michael von Dadelszen and mother of “May” Helen and Edward Metcalfe (present Owners) 1913 June obliterated part Nephew to George Michael and Edward von Dadelszen.


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Georg Michael von Dadelszen paintings
from Patrick H Freke Evans

Patrick describes this as “a very fine large portrait of a Von Dadelszen with a coat of arms above our mantelpiece I think about 1700 also referred to as Tibby von Dadelszen probably born in the 1700s.”

We cannot readily identify the coat of arms with any we have previously seen.


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Tree from Michael David von Dadelszen

1760 to 1892 and onwards, from Michael David (Georg Michael’s third son and Conrad’s great- grandson) (second half of his family). Note that the Stoppel surname reappears in the family tree, with Johanna Agatha marrying into the family.

Michael David von Dadelszen
b: 16 Nov 1760 in Altona
d: 23 Apr 1831

Michael David von Dadelszen, who married Christina Stoppel

Christina Dorothea Stoppel
b: 16 May 1769
m: 28 Apr 1791 in Altona
d: 18 Jul 1850

Wilhelm von Dadelszen
b: 24 Dec 1799
d: 09 Dec 1800

Edward von Dadelszen
b: 10 Oct 1803 in Hamburg, Schleswig-Holstein
d: 09 Jan 1861 on board ship “The Swan” enroute from Fiji to Auckland?

Mary Jane Evans
b: Abt 1813 in Devon
m: 16 Nov 1935 in St Mark’s, Kennington, London
d: 1858 in Liverpool

Edward and Mary Jane von Dadelszen

Wilhelm von Dadelszen
b: 24 Dec 1806 in Hamburg, Altona
d: 03 May 1880 in Schönhorst, Rendsburg-Eckernforde, Schleswig-Holstein

Wilhelm von Dadelszen, who married Johanna Agatha Stoppel

Joanna Agatha Stoppel
b: 02 Jul 1818 in Altona
d: 27 Feb 1892 in Kiel
m: 30 Sep 1852

Elise von Dadelszen
b: 23 Apr 1809 in Altona
d: 23 Mar 1886 in Altona

Elise von Dadelszen, who married Carl Kruger

Carl Wilhelm Krüger
b: 21 Sep 1799 in Schleswig
m: 05 May 1829
d: 22 Dec 1855 in Gottenburg, Sweden

We will follow the family lines, leaving Edward and Mary Jane’s until the end:

Wilhelm’s line,

Elise’s line, and

Leave Edward and Mary Jane’s line (the New Zealand line) to the end.


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Tree from Wilhelm von Dadelszen

1806 to 1937 and onwards, from Wilhelm (Conrad’s great-grandson). Note the further appearance of the Stoppel surname in the family tree, with Caesar Gustav Henri Lamoral Stoppel marrying into the family.

Wilhelm von Dadelszen
b: 24 Dec 1806 in Hamburg, Altona
d: 03 May 1880 in Schönhorst, Schleswig

Wilhelm von Dadelszen, who married Johanna Agatha Stoppel (whose father was Wilhelm’s cousin), and lived at Schönhorst Manor.

Joanna Agatha Stoppel
b: 02 Jul 1818 in Altona
m: 30 Sep 1852
d: 27 Feb 1892 in Kiel

Johanna von Dadelszen and her daughters, Marie and Agatha

Marie Christine Elisabeth von Dadelszen
b: 08 Jul 1853 in Ludwigslust
d: 23 Mar 1935 in Kiel

Maria Christine Elisabeth Christine Stoppel, née von Dadelszen, great grandmother of Uwe Schwarze.

Caesar Gustav Henri Lamoral Stoppel
b: 08 Jun 1855
d: 28 Jan 1924 in Kiel
m: 23 Sep 1887

Jurgen von Dadelszen
b: 1855
d: 1934

Alma Stahl
b:
d:
m: Munich

Wilhemina Agatha von Dadelszen
b: 02 Aug 1856 in Selzerhofved, graasten
d: 28 May 1937 in Kiel

Carl Balle
b: 15 Mar 1852 in Kiel
d:
m: 23 Sep 1887

Hildegard and Agathe von Dadelszen (Jürgen’s daughters), Olga Balle (Wilhemina’s daughter), Elsa Stoppel (Marie’s daughter), and Jürgen and Alma von Dadelszen are in the 1903 photograph of Schönhorst Manor (2 slides further on).

We have traced from Wilhelm von Dadelszen to:

His great granddaughters Kate and Hildegard Plambeck, and

His great-great-grandchildren Astrid, Michael and Harriet Kranefuss-von Dadelszen, and

His third great granddaughter, Nadine Schwarze (the niece of Uwe Schwarze, the source of the German Stoppel family’s history manuscript).


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Schönhorst Manor

This illustration is reproduced from a copy of the German Stoppel family’s history manuscript given to us in 2000 by Uwe Schwarze.

The caption translates as:

“Noble (aristocratic) Estate Schönhorst near Schönkirchen the family seat of the family von Dadelszen”

Schönkirchen is a suburb 8kms east of central Kiel, and 2.1kms further east is Schönhorst, and about 2kms south of that is a road Hof Schönhorst with a small settlement of that name (see 2 slides on).


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Schönhorst Manor – 1903

This illustration is also reproduced from the Stoppel family’s history manuscript. From left to right: Hildegard von Dadelszen (with dog), Herbert Mandt (seated), Agathe von Dadelszen, Olga Balle, Elsa Stoppel (seated), and Jürgen and Alma von Dadelszen.


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Schönhorst Manor - 2010

Schönkirchen

Schönhorst

Kiel to the west (to the left)

Hof Schönhorst

Remains of the von Dadelszen manor

In the Chronicles of Schonkirchen - “Khronic Schonkirchen” 700 Jahre – at page 197 there is a photo of a house Gutsgebauede Hof Schönhorst, 1930. On a visit to Hof Schönhorst in December 2010 Jane von Dadelszen and John Carter saw this book, and believe the book describes how von Dadelszens owned the house at some time (as they do not read German they are not sure of this translation). The house and surroundings had been bombed during the Second World War and Jane took this photograph of the remaining wing of the house (arrowed) to which a white-roofed barn is now attached.


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Tree from Elise von Dadelszen (Kruger)

1809 to 2010, from Elise (Conrad’s great-granddaughter)

Elise von Dadelszen
b: 23 Apr 1809 in Altona
d: 23 Mar 1886 in Altona

Elise von Dadelszen

Carl Wilhelm Krüger
b: 21 Sep 1799 in Schleswig
d: 22 Dec 1855 in Gottenburg, Sweden
m: 05 May 1829

Edwin Charles Kruger
b: 04 Dec 1840
d: 14 Jul 1914 in London UK

Frances Hester Harris
b:
d:
m: 08 Jan 1878 in St Marys Redcliffe, Bristol, Gloucester, England

George Edward Kruger
b: 25 Dec 1880
d: 02 May 1943

George Edward Kruger Gray

Frances Audrey Gordon Gray
b:
d:
m: 04 Jun 1918

Edward Stephen Kruger Gray
b: 26 Oct 1920
d:

Mary Hosegood
b:
d:
m:

Huw S Kruger Gray
b: 1955 in Kingston-upon-Thames, England
d:

Only in November 2009 we made contact with Huw (“Zip”) Kruger Gray.

Ifor Kruger Gray
b:
d:

According to Wikipedia, George Edward Kruger Gray "was an English artist, best remembered for his designs of coinage and stained glass windows" and “a number of Coats of Arms," and "For New Zealand he designed the reverse for the 1937-1965 1/2 Penny (depicting the Hei Tiki), the 1937-1965 1 Penny (depicting the Tui), the 3 pence, the 6 pence, the shilling, the florin, and the half crown reverse 1933-1965.“ His artistry is also demonstrated in the reproduction of some family crests, already mentioned.


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Tree from Edward von Dadelszen

1809 to 1859, (Conrad’s great-grandson) and Mary Jane Evans

Edward and Mary Jane

The marriage register of St. Mark’s Church, Kennington, for 1835 shows that Edward von Dadelszen was living in St. Matthew’s Parish, Brixton, when he married Mary Jane Evans of St Mark’s Parish.

Kennington Common and Church in 1830, an engraving by WH Prior.

On the right is the road to Lambeth with the Horns Tavern on the corner (far right of picture, and in the distance is the St Mark's Church (indicated by ↘), built in 1924 on the site of the old Kennington Gallows.


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Edward and Mary Jane - early married life

1809 to 1859, Edward and Mary Jane - London and Liverpool

The marriage register of St. Mark’s Church, Kennington, for 1835 shows that Edward von Dadelszen was living in St. Matthew’s Parish, Brixton, when he married Mary Jane Evans.

All of their children were baptised in Liverpool (from 1836), so they must have moved there very soon after their marriage.

Edward was well-established in Liverpool from 1841 to 1859, apparently as a “Broker.”

At the 1851 census, Edward was now naturalised, living with his family, mother-in-law, a cook, housemaid and nurse, at Spencer’s Lane, Wavertree, a fashionable residential district, so they were presumably fairly prosperous.

Mary Jane died in 1858 (we have obtained her death certificate only in recent years).

What prompted Edward on 27 January 1860 to emigrate to New Zealand with his large family remains something of a mystery.


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1860 voyage to New Zealand in the Red Jacket

Red Jacket clipper in which Edward and his surviving two sons and five daughters left Liverpool on 27 January 1860, arriving in Auckland on 17 May 1860

A general account of the voyage is in New Zealand Revisited, by J E Gorst, pp. 5-23 . Another fellow passenger, Clifford P. Utting, in a letter to a friend in England, wrote :

“We had a mutiny on board in which the sailors advanced to the quarter deck to release one of the sailors in irons, but were met by the captain with a six barrelled revolver and the saloon passengers with firearms; at which they retreated; there was also a quarrel between a German and a sailor in which they used their knives.”

Note: From the passenger list, the Edward von Dadelszen family appeared to be the only “German” passengers (see http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ourstuff/RedJacket1860.htm ).


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Tree from Edward and Mary Jane

1803 to 1928, Edward and Mary Jane von Dadelszen’s children

Edward von Dadelszen
b: 10 Oct 1803 in Hamburg, Schleswig-Holstein
d: 09 Jan 1861 in At Sea?

Edward

Mary Jane Evans
b: Abt 1813 in Devon
m: 16 Nov 1835 in St Mark’s, Kennington, London
d: 1858 in Liverpool

Mary Christine von Dadelszen
B: 03 Sep 1836 in Liverpool, England
D: 07 Apr 1928 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Albert Gustav de Guylay
B: Poland or Hungary
M: 27 Feb 1861
D: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Otto Daniel von Dadelszen
B: 16 Nov 1838 in Liverpool, Lancashire, England
D: 18 Dec 1919 in Lidcombe, NSW, of Senile Decay

Laura Theresa Hargrave
B: Abt 1858 in Mangakuri, Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand
M: 16 Oct 1875 in Ormond, Poverty Bay
D: Abt 1925 in Napier

Margaret Jane von Dadelszen
B: 19 May 1840
D: 04 Jan 1841

Jane Ellen von Dadelszen
B: 16 Sep 1841 in Liverpool
D: 29 Jun 1907

John Horrocks Booker
B: 07 Feb 1837 in Allerton, Lancashire, England
M: 10 Jan 1861 in Auckland
D: 26 Apr 1899 in Folkestone, Kent, England

Eliza Marianne von Dadelszen
B: 16 Sep 1841 in Liverpool
D: Dec 1906 in Ealing

Edward William Saunders
B:
M: 20 Aug 1862 in Auckland
D: Nov 1905

Edward John von Dadelszen
B: 06 May 1845 in Wavertree, Liverpool, Lancashire, England
D: 28 May 1922 in Wellington, New Zealand

Alice Sarah Louise Lotze
B:
M: 17 Nov 1876
D:

Rose von Dadelszen
B: 26 Nov 1847
D: 07 Mar 1869 in Buried St Stephen’s, Parnell, Auckland, New Zealand

Rose died without issue

Thomas McDonnell
B:
M: 16 Apr in Auckland
D:

Theodore von Dadelszen
B: 26 Nov 1847
D: 29 Oct 1848

Caroline Edith von Dadelszen
B: 23 Sep 1851
D: 23 May 1927

In order of seniority, the lines will be discussed as follows:

Mary Christine’s line

Otto Daniel’s line,

Jane Ellen’s line,

Eliza Marianne’s line, and

Edward John’s line.


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Tree from Mary Christina von Dadelszen

1838 to 2010, Mary Christina’s marriage and family

Mary Christina married Albert Gustav de Guylay on 27 February 1861, and they lived in Sydney, Australia. As far as we are aware, they have had:

Eight children

Twelve grandchildren,

Eight great grandchildren (John and Michael von Dadelszen were in touch with one of them, Ilma Gabriella Pigott),

Ten great-great grandchildren

Four great-great-great grandchildren,

One great-great-great-great grandchild (whose name we do not have).


Page 32

Tree from Otto Daniel von Dadelszen

1838 to 2003, Otto Daniel ’s family through “Fred” and his children

Otto Daniel von Dadelszen
B: 16 Nov 1838 in Liverpool, Lancashire, England
D: 18 Dec 1919 in Lidcombe, NSW, of Senile Decay

Otto Daniel von Dadelszen

Laura Theresa Hargrave
B: Abt 1858 in Mangakuri, Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand
M: 16 Oct 1875 in Ormond, Poverty Bay
D: Abt 1925 in Napier

Edward Otto Frederick von Dadelszen
B: 26 Nov 1878
D: 13 Jul 1956

Fred von Dadelszen

Elsie May Pettit
B:
M: 18 Apr 1908
D: 1954

Lorna Gretchen von Dadelszen
B: 30 Jan 1909
D: Mar 1996

Sydney Noel Wiltshire
B: 12 Dec 1909 in Farnham, Surry
M:
D: 17 Nov 2003

Otto Godfrey John von Dadelszen
B: 29 Jul 1912
D: 08 May 1970

Mary Patricia Wall
B:
M:
D: 25 Jul 1980

Margaret Isabel von Dadelszen
B: 21 Dec 1913
D: 10 May 1965

Richard Charles Hosking
B:
M: 1946
D:

Patricia Lesley von Dadelszen
B: 15 Jul 1916
D: 03 Mar 1983

Cecil Leslie (Pat) Monckton
B:
M:
D:

Herman Ronald von Dadelszen
B: 09 Sep 1880 in Thames, New Zealand
D: 08 Sep 1946 in Auckland, New Zealand

Winifred Bessie Cock
B: 21 Jul 1887 in Nelson, New Zealand
M: 25 Jan 1912 in Nelson, New Zealand
D: 1920 in Havelock North, New Zealand

Eileen Dyer
B:
M: 10 Jun 1924 in Havelock North
D: 1969 in Hastings, Hawke’s Bay

Laura Marion Kate von Dadelszen
B: 16 Dec 1882
D: 08 Sep 1946

Katie, aged 12

Note: To reduce the length of this presentation, the next two generations have not been included.


Page 33

Tree from Otto Daniel von Dadelszen

1838 to 2009, Otto Daniel’s family through Herman and his children

Otto Daniel von Dadelszen
b: 16 Nov 1838 in Liverpool, Lancashire, England
d: 18 Dec 1919 in Lidcombe, NSW, of Senile Decay

Otto Daniel von Dadelszen

Laura Theresa Hargrave
b: Abt 1858 in Mangakuri, Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand
d: Abt 1925 in Napier
m: 16 Oct 1875 in Ormond, Poverty Bay

Edward Otto Frederick von Dadelszen
b: 26 Nov 1878
d: 13 Jul 1956

Elsie May Pettit
b:
d: 1954
m: 18 Apr 1908

Herman Ronald von Dadelszen
b: 09 Sep 1880 in Thames, New Zealand
d: 08 Sep 1946 in Auckland, New Zealand

Herman von Dadelszen

Winifred Bessie Cock
b: 21 Jul 1887 in Nelson, New Zealand
d: 1920 in Havelock North, New Zealand
m: 25 Jan 1912 in Nelson, New Zealand

John Herman von Dadelszen
b: 07 Jan 1913 in Napier
d: 05 Jul 1988 in Havelock North, New Zealand

Sybil Mary Michael Gardiner
b: 30 Nov 1913
d: 13 May 1992 in Havelock North, New Zealand
m: 25 Aug 1939 in St Lukes, Havelock North

Anna Louise von Dadelszen
b: 16 Jun 1914
d: 1914

Michael von Dadelszen
b: 21 Apr 1916
d: 15 Jan 1942 in Leeming, West Yorkeshire

Henry James von Dadelszen
b: 14 Feb 1919
d: 12 Aug 2009 in Wellington, NZ

Kathleen Veronica Kane
b:
d:
m:

Winifred Sheila Mary von Dadelszen
b: 02 Jun 1920
d: 14 Feb 2004 in Hastings

Philip Francis Sharpley
b:
d:
m: 30 Dec 1940 in Havelock North

Eileen Dyer
b:
d: 1969 in Hastings, Hawke’s Bay

m. 10 Jun 1924 in Havelock North

Elizabeth von Dadelszen
b: 19 Aug 1925
d:

Rodney Morris Murphy
b:
d:
m: 21 May 1949

Richard Dyer von Dadelszen
b: 28 Apr 1928
d: 16 Jun 1983 in Hamilton, New Zealand

Voila Tereita Ferguson
b:
d:
m: 16 Dec 1952

Laura Marion Kate von Dadelszen
B: 16 Dec 1882
D: 08 Sep 1946

Note: To fit everyone on the page these two children have been moved from the previous line.

Note: To reduce the length of this presentation, the next two generations have not been included.


Page 34

Tree from Otto Daniel von Dadelszen

1841 to 1920, Otto Daniel’s family through “Jane Ellen” and her children

Jane Ellen von Dadelszen
b: 16 Sep 1841 in Liverpool
d: 29 Jun 1907

John Horrocks Booker
b: 07 Feb 1837 in Liverpool
d: 26 Apr 1899 in Folkestone
m: 10 Jan 1861 in Auckland

Arthur Bertram Booker
b: 1863
d: 1894 in Demerara

John Lancelot Booker
b: 14 Jun 1882 in Guilford
d: 16 May 1920 in Negombo, Ceylon

Mai Miles
b:
d:
m: 1914

Olga Mary Essex
b:
d:

Mary Beatrice Austin Bessy Booker
b:
d:

Hilda Violet Booker
b:
d:

Douglas Gerrard Alastair Wilson
b:
d:
m: 1911

Peter Gerrard Alastair Wilson
b:
d:

This is the only grandchild of Jane Ellen of whom we have a record.

Edith Jane Booker
b:
d: 04 May 1915 in 124 Kings Road Brighton

1896 photograph of Edith Jane

Walter Basil Haddon-Smith
b:
d: 16 May 1915 in Festubert, France
m: 1907

Constance Ethel Booker
b: 1868 in Auckland, New Zealand
d: 08 Mar 1875 in Auckland, New Zealand

Rosa Blanche Booker
b: 21 Feb 1869 in Auckland, New Zealand
d: 10 Mar 1876 in Auckland, New Zealand

Florence Evelyn Booker
b: 1873 in Auckland, New Zealand
d: 26 Feb 1876 in Auckland, New Zealand

Ida Louise Booker
b: Apr 1874 in Auckland, New Zealand
d: 03 Jan 1875 in Auckland, New Zealand

Note: To fit everyone on the page, four children (Olga, Mary Constance and Florence) have been moved from the previous line.


Page 35

Tree from Eliza Marianne von Dadelszen

1841 to 1996, then through two further generations – PAGE 1

Note: To reduce the length of this presentation, the next two generations have not been included.

Eliza Marianne von Dadelszen
B: 16 Sep 1841 in 115 Upper Islington, Liverpool
D: Dec 1906 in Ealing

Eliza Marianne

Edward William Saunders
B:
M: 20 Aug 1862 in Auckland
D: Nov 1905

Edith Isabella Saunders
B: 14 Dec 1863 in Auckland, New Zealand
D: 1945 in London

Richard Henry Barber
B: 1858
M: 24 Apr 1888
D: 1914

Richard Edward Bonaventura Barber
B: 1890
D: 1890

Vera Edith Barber
B: 1895
D: 1972

Bernard Edward Bendict Barber
B: 1899
D: 1900

Hubert Ambrose Barber
B: 1900
D: 1918

Audrey Mary Wayne Barber
B: 27 Feb 1904 in Wakefield
D 03 Nov 1986 in Cirencester

Arthur James Turner
B: 17 Sep 1906
M:
D: 17 Aug 1983

Anthony Richard Turner
B: 04 Jul 1939
D:

Anthony is present at this reunion, one of these two children of Arthur and Audrey (Anthony and Jane).

Helen Marcar
B: 26 May 1940
M: 30 Jul 1962
D:

Jane Rosamund Turner
B: 20 Apr 1946
D:

Michael Reid
B: 06 Jun 1946
M: 14 Jun 1969
D:

John Barber
B: 1907
D: 1963

Norah
B:
M:
D:

Agatha Rebecca Mary Barber
B: 1909
D: 1996 in London

Charles Kendal
B:
M:
D:

Arthur Edward Saunders
B: 01 Apr 1965
D: 1865

Frederick William Saunders
B: 08 Jul 1866
D:

Hugh Percy Saunders
B: 27 May 1869 in probably Tasmania, Australia
D: 15 Jul 1926

Walter Kenneth George Saunders
B: 08 Apr 1871
D: 1926

Albert Edward Saunders
B: 04 Jan 1876
D:

Helen Maud Drake
B:
M:
D:

Robert John Saunders
B: 26 May 1879 in Old Charlton, Kent
D: 21 Apr 1959 in Farnham, Surry

Florence Edith Mary Law
B: 1889 in Rotherham, Yorkshire, England
M: 16 Jul 1918
D: 04 Feb 1932 in Montreux

Wedding of Arthur and Audrey Turner, Stella the seated bridesmaid on the right, and Edith (Minnie's eldest child) seated to her left.

Anthony, and family with Jane and Michael.


Page 36

Tree from Eliza Marianne von Dadelszen

1841 to 1996, then through two further generations – PAGE 2

Eliza Marianne von Dadelszen
B: 16 Sep 1841 in 115 Upper Islington, Liverpool
D: Dec 1906 in Ealing

Eliza Marianne

Edward William Saunders
B:
M: 20 Aug 1862 in Auckland
D: Nov 1905

Edward William

Edith Isabella Saunders
B: 14 Dec 1863 in Auckland, New Zealand
D: 1945 in London

Richard Henry Barber
B: 1858
M: 24 Apr 1888
D: 1914

Arthur Edward Saunders
B: 01 Apr 1865
D: 1865

Frederick William Saunders
B: 08 Jul 1866
D:

Hugh Percy Saunders
B: 27 May 1869 in probably Tasmania, Australia
D: 15 Jul 1926

Walter Kenneth George Saunders
B: 08 Apr 1871
D: 1926

Albert Edward Saunders
B: 04 Jan 1876
D:

Helen Maud Drake
B:
M:
D:

Mary Saunders
B:
D:

Robert John Saunders
B: 26 May 1879 in Old Charlton, Kent
D: 21 Apr 1959 in Farnham, Surry

Florence Edith Mary Law
B: 1889 in Rotherham, Yorkshire, England
M: 16 Jul 1918
D: 04 Feb 1932 in Montreux

Robert David Nigel Saunders
B: 07 Feb 1921 in Shanghai
D: 18 May 1994 in Epsom

Joyce Morland Shewell
B: 02 Jun 1926
M: 10 Dec 1949
D:

Robert Nicholas Shewell Saunders
B: 12 Apr 1952 in Winchester
D:

Susan Jennifer Hoare
B:
M: 02 Apr 1977
D:

Jane Beevers
B:
M: 09 Apr 1994
D:

Katharine Elizabeth Stella Saunders
B: 01 Mar 1954 in Swanmore, Hampshire, England
D:

Michael Ryan
B:
M: 1974
D:

Brian Edward McCarthy
B:
M: 07 Aug 1981
D:

Michael David Morland Saunders
B: 15 Jul 1958 in Croydon, Surrey, Emgland
D:

Akua Boaherne
B:
M: 09 May 1992
D:

Stella Marian Jean Saunders
B: 16 Aug 1924 in Hong Kong
D:

Stella Saunders and Uwe Schwarze

Peter Bromhead
B: 05 Jun 1920 in London
M: 18 Aug 1988
D: 11 Aug 1989 in Newbury, Berkshire, England

June Valerie Saunders
B: 08 Jul 1927 in Eastbourne
D: 28 Jun 1999 in Guilford

Peter Hugh Raymond
B:
M: 26 Apr 1947
D: 17 Dec 1992

Note: To reduce the length of this presentation, the next generations have not been included


Page 37

Tree from Edward John von Dadelszen

1845 to 2004, from Edward John, then through two further generations

Edward John von Dadelszen
B: 06 May 1845 in Wavertree, Liverpool, Lancashire, England
D: 28 May 1922 in Wellington, New Zealand

Edward John

Alice Sarah Louise Lotze
B:
M: 17 Nov 1876
D:

Harold von Dadelszen
B: 17 Jan 1879
D: 12 Mar 1965 in Wellington, NZ

Harold

Hilda von Dadelszen
B: 03 Apr 1881
D: 14 Oct 1937

Hilda, Brenda and Thyra on right?

Keith Morton Ollivier
B:
M: 1912
D:

John Maxwell Ollivier
B: 25 Jan 1913
D:

Vera Marjorie Parry
B:
M: Abt. 1940 in Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand
D: 20 Dec 2004 in Lower Hutt, New Zealand

Adele Margaret Roll
B:
M: 1956
D:

Brenda von Dadelszen
B: 04 Mar 1883
D: 03 May 1978

Thyra von Dadelszen
B: 15 Nov 1884
D: 30 May 1976

Cartoon, New Zealand Freelance, 12 March 1910

Note: To reduce the length of this presentation, the next two generations have not been included.


Page 38

Peter von Dadelsen’s Line

1742 to 1969, back to Conrad’s son, Peter, from whom the von Dadelsen, and de Dadelsen, and Dadelsen families are descended.

As previously noted, Peter changed the spelling of his surname to von Dadelsen.

Peter von Dadelszen
b: 1742
d:

Maria Rieken
b:
d:
m:

Johann Hinrich von Dadelsen
b: 1772
d: 1852

Joh. Frid. Christ. Jurgens
b:
d:
m:

Georg Wilhelm von Dadelsen
b: 04 Dec 1817
d: 03 May 1870

Johanna Brinkmann
b:
d:
m:

Joh. Georg Christian von Dadelsen
b: 23 Mar 1852
d: Abt. 1927

Erich von Dadelsen
b: 11 Oct 1879
d: 1969

Hans von Dadelsen
b: 1887
d:

Rudolf von Dadelsen
b: 1885
d:

Georg von Dadelsen
b: 05 Mar 1854
d:

Marguerite Bosweck
b:
d:
m:

Hans Waldemar von Dadelsen
b: 1885
d:

Georg Wilhelm von Dadelsen
b: 1788
d:

Daughter
b:
d:

Daughter (Dahlern)
b:
d:

Erich’s sons, Jean-Paul and Guy, were given the surname de Dadelsen at birth.


Page 39

Peter von Dadelsen’s Line

1852 to1992 Peter von Dadelsen’s line, through Joh. Georg Christian and Erich von Dadelsen

Joh. Georg Christian von Dadelsen
b: 23 Mar 1852
d: Abt. 1927

Erich von Dadelsen
b: 11 Oct 1879
d: 1969

Jean-Paul de Dadelsen
b: 20 Aug 1913
d: 22 Jun 1957 in Zurich

Baron Jean- Paul de Dadelsen was a noted French poet and journalist.

Barbara Windebank
b: 06 Mar 1913
d: 26 Jul 1992
m: 1943 in London UK

Guy de Dadelsen
b: 30 May 1921
d: 24 Apr 1992 in St Cloud, Paris

Mylène Perrimond
b: 05 Aug 1926
d: M: 16 Jul 1945 in Cannes, Alpes-Maritimes, Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur, France

Martine Biedermann
b:
d:
m:

Hans von Dadelsen
b: 1887
d:

Rudolf von Dadelsen
b: 1885
d:

We know nothing about Hans and Rudolf apart from the years of their birth.


Page 40

Peter von Dadelsen’s Line

1913 to the present, Jean-Paul de Dadelsen’s family

Jean-Paul de Dadelsen
b: 20 Aug 1913
d: 22 Jun 1957 in Zurich

Barbara Windebank
b: 06 Mar 1913
d: 26 Jul 1992
m: 1943 in London UK

Anne de Dadelsen
b: 05 Nov 1944
d:

Mark and Eileen have met Ann de Dadelsen, a professional pianist.

Malcolm Hanson
b: 05 Feb 1945 in Birmingham
d:
m: 08 Jul 1995 in Birmingham

Alice Martine Terese Angelique de Dadelsen
b: 10 Sep 1946 in Paris, France
d:

Ronald Asquith
b: 04 Sep 1932 in Marcomb, Illinois
d:
m: 18 Jul 1968

Nicole Valérie Asquith-Larzelere
b: 19 Sep 1970 in Zurich
d:

David Michael Larzelere
b:
d:
m: 11 Jul 2007 in Amherst, Hampshire, Massachusetts, USA

Philip Jean-Paul Asquith
b: 24 Nov 1976 in Zurich, Switzerland
d:

Michel de Dadelsen
b: 09 Sep 1950
d:

Michel de Dadelsen is a son of Jean-Paul, but his mother was not Barbara. Mark has met Michel.


Page 41

Peter von Dadelsen’s Line

1921 to the present, Guy de Dadelsen’s family.

Jean-Paul de Dadelsen
b: 20 Aug 1913
d: 22 Jun 1957 in Zurich

Guy de Dadelsen
b: 30 May 1921
d: 24 Apr 1992 in St Cloud, Paris

Mylène Perrimond
b: 05 Aug 1926
d: M: 16 Jul 1945 in Cannes, Alpes-Maritimes, Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur, France

Mark has met Mylene de Dadelsen.

Christiane George de Dadelsen
b: 20 Jan 1947 in Cannes, Alpes-Maritimes, Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur, France
d:

Christian and Marine de Dadelsen

Mark and Eileen have met Christian, Marine and Clement de Dadelsen, Clement de Dadelsen

Marine Louise Renée Aubert
b: 25 Mar 1948
d: m: 29 Aug 2000 in Rueil-Malmaison, Paris, France

Clément Alexis de Dadelsen
b: 04 May 1986 in Paris
d:

Annie Toulouse
b:
d: m: 1968

Floriane de Dadelsen
b: 31 Dec 1968 in Strasbourg
d:

Xavier Jardin
b: 10 Jan 1972 in Saint-Mande
d:
m:

Elias Jardon
b: 15 Jul 2000 in Le Havre
d:

Marianne Jardin
b: 23 Sep 2003 in Paris, France
d:

Eve de Dadelsen
b: 13 Mar 1952
d:

Christian Roblin
b: 26 Mar 1948
d:
m:

Emelyne Roblin
b: 16 Jun 1968
d:

Eric de Dadelsen
b: 21 Oct 1954 in St Raphael-Var
d:

Danièle Klein
b: 23 Sep 1950 in Sarrebourg, Mosell, Lorraine, France
d:
m: 30 Jun 1994 in Caen, France

Gaspard de Dadelsen
b: 26 Apr 1990 in Strasbourg, Bas-Rhin, Alsace, France
d:

Augustin de Dadelsen
b: 26 May 1994 in Caen, France
d:

Martine Biedermann
b: 15 Dec 1955 in Strasbourg, Bas-Rhin, Alsace, France
d:
m: 18 Oct 1980 in Strasbourg, Bas-Rhin, Alsace, France

Stéphanie de Dadelsen
b: 31 May 1981 in Strasbourg, Bas-Rhin, Alsace, France
d:

Coline de Dadelsen
b: 22 Mar 1984 in Strasbourg, Bas-Rhin, Alsace, France
d:

Jean-Marc Battner
b: 23 Jun 1961
d:

Florence de Dadelsen
b: 23 Mar 1960
d:

Maraux Batthner
b: 19 Jul 1994
d:

Martine Biedermann
b:
d:
m:


Page 42

Peter von Dadelsen’s Line

1854 to the present, through Georg and Hans Waldemar von Dadelsen

Georg von Dadelsen
B: 06 Mar 1854 in Stade, Niedersachsen, Germany
D: 16 Nov 1915 in Annaberg, Sachsen, Germany

Marie Luise Wimmer
B: 08 Jun 1864 in Annaberg, Sachsen, Germany
D: 18 Feb 1901 in Annaberg, Sachsen, Germany

Hans Waldemar von Dadelsen
B: 01 Mar 1885
D: 1945

Margarete Boessneck
B: 15 Jun 1888 in Glauchau, Sachsen, Germany
M:
D: 27 Aug 1979 in Schmalkalden, Thüringen, Germany

Georg von Dadelsen
B: 17 Nov 1918 in Dresden, Stadt Dresden, Sachsen, Germany
D: 25 May 2007 in Tübingen, Baden-Württtemberg, Germany

Dorothee Dovifat
B: 05 Sep 1920 in Stettin, Poland
M: 18 Nov 1947 in Berlin, Germany
D:

Hans-Christian von Dadelsen
B: 04 Dec 1948
D:

Babette Koblenz
B:
M: Hamburg, Germany
D:

Sephardim Koblenz von Dadelsen
B: 19 Dec 1983 in Hamburg, Germany

Andreas von Dadelsen
B: 10 Aug 1951 in Berlin, Germany
D: 11 Aug 1969 in Hamburg, Germany

Bernhard von Dadelsen
B: 06 Mar 1955
D:

Susanna Becker
B: 16 Aug
M: 23 Apr 1998 in New York, USA
D:

Maximilian Georg von Dadelsen
B: 20 Sep 2000 in Mainz, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany
D:

Leonhard Franz von Dadelsen
B:
D:

Susanne, Leo, Max and Bernhard

Katharina von Dadlesen
B: 06 Oct 1958 in Tübingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
D:

Rainhard Roscher
D: 01 Apr 1957 in Frankfurt am Main, Hessen, Germany
M:
D:

Ines Roscher
B: 1983 in Tübingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
D:

Anna Roscher
B: 1986 in Tübingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
D:

Anna has been to New Zealand.

Solveig Roscher
B: 1992 in Tübingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
D:

Margarete von Dadelsen
B: 06 Oct 1958 in Tübingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
D:
William Mieger
B: 06 Feb 1948
M:
D:

Simona Mieger
B: 20 Apr 1990 in Stuttgart-Filderstadt, Germany
D:

Maja von Dadlesen
B: 07 Jul 1920 in Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany
D:

Hans Lohse
B: |
M: 15 Jun 1957 in Schmalkalden, Thüringen, Germany
D: 10 Apr 1963 in Schmalkalden, Thüringen, Germany

Heinrich von Dadelsen
B: 14 Sep 1922 in Barruth, Brandenburg, Germany
D:

Wildrut Frey
B: 11 Jul 1932
M:
D:

Joachim von Dadelsen
B: 14 Jul 1958
D:

Ursula
B:
M:
D:

Christine von Dadelsen
B: 05 Feb 1960
D:

Roman Steinkirchner
B: 29 Aug 1962
M: 1988
D:

Thomas Steinkirchner
B: 10 Nov 1992
D:

Felix Steinkirchner
B: 10 Nov 1992
D:

Melanie Steinkirchner
B: 10 Feb 1999
D:

Mark met Georg and his eldest son Hans-Christian (and his wife and son), and Mark and Eileen have met Dorothee and Bernhard and Katherina and their spouses and children.

Bernhard and Susanne have been to New Zealand several times.


 

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Date published: 
2010, updated 2012
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