Anna Maria Hönig1,2,3,4,5

(circa 1768 - 14 February 1828)

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Relationship4th great-grandmother of The 3 Tracys
Family Group:Ohlheiser
Trees14 Generations of Our Ancestors
Our Ohlheiser Family Pedigree
Descent from Joseph Ohlhauser - c. 1757

Some Background

Anna's surname was also spelled "Anna Maria Hoenich" in some records. OR, GOERING. Her son's marriage record at the Spechbach Lutheran Church gives the former spelling to her family name and another source, JJO4 Register Report, shows the second spelling. Photo copy of her marriage record in the Spechbach register appears to show the spelling to be "Konig."2,6

Birth - Marriage - Death

BrideAnna Maria Hönig married Randal Malin.7
ChildShe was born circa 1768, in Margraviate of Baden.8
BrideAnna Maria Hönig married Joseph Ohlhaüser on 20 July 1783 in St. Martin's Roman Catholic Church, Spechbach, Margraviate of Baden, Holy Roman Empire. The Marriage Registry clearly show wife's name as Maria Anna Honig; Witnessed by Georg Martin of Spechbach, where they reside.9,5,10,4
DeceasedShe died on 14 February 1828 in Waldhilsbach, Grand Duchy of Baden.8
InterredShe was buried in Waldhilsbach, Grand Duchy of Baden. The entry for Anna Maria's death and burial made in the records of the Evangelische Kirche Waldhilsbach (Lutheran Church, Waldhilsbach) shows the parish as Spechbach.11

Children with Joseph Ohlhaüser:

Sources - Citations

  1. Emmerick Danior - another source gives this name; but spelled Hoenig.
  2. [S660] "Deutschland, Heiraten 1558-1929", online at Family Search: www.familysearch.org ; GS Film No: 1189287; Indexing Proj. Batch No: M93482-1; Citing: Spechbach, Heidelberg, Baden Evangelisch; accessed 31 Oct 2014 . gives date, location and all parents' names Maria Anna's surname is spelled Hoenich.
  3. [S853] Karen Schell Glass, "re: OHLHAUSER / OHLHEISER from Spechbach," e-mail message to Sean Tracy, #4 - 21 Mar 1998 eMail.
  4. [S250] Peter Carl Ohlheiser, Heidelberg Travelog - 1987, Paper Files of Sean C Tracy, Tracy Home Office. Summary of visit to Heidelberg and Spechbach Germany highlighting visit to St. Martin's Roman Catholic Church and with Margot Ohlheiser at the Ohlheiser Family Home (built between 1648 and 1700) in Spechbach; supplemented by photographs of relevant locations.
  5. [S908] Joseph Ohlhauser entry, Lutherische Kirchenbücher, 1783-1875 - Evangelische Kirche Waldhilsbach, names wife, Digital Files of Sean C. Tracy, Tracy Home Office.
  6. [S657] Jane Williams, Compiler, Lee/Ayers/Williams/Ryan Family Tree, online at: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=REG&db=janew&id=I1320; (RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project), accessed 8 Sep 2009, Shows surname spelling of "Goering."
  7. [S988] WikiTree, online at: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/; Data entered by volunteers and needs verification of sources, https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Malin-7; accessed 3 May 2017; citing: Bryant, Abstracts of Chester County Pennsylvania Land Records, 1:9, citing A1:B45. The deed was recorded July 9, 1688; Dunn, et al, Penn Papers, 2:648; Gambert, Judy A. Randal Malin: A Quaker, from Cheshire, England to Chester (now Delaware) Co., Pa. and His Descendants. Utica, Ky: McDowell Pubs, 1998. Print; Quaker Calander; Chester Monthly Meeting Births and Deaths, p. 2, Family History Library MR-Ph99; Radnor Monthly Meeting Deaths, p. 8, Family History Library, MR-Ph99; Chester Monthly Meeting Death Records. Family History Library, MR-Ph92; Smith, Futhey and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania: with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches. Philadelphia: Louis H. Everts, 1881. Print. Page 648, < https://archive.org/stream/cu31924005813518#page/n917/mode/1up >; Myers, Albert C. Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania, 1682-1750: With Their Early History in Ireland. Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co, 1969. Print. Page 314,. < https://archive.org/stream/immigrationofiri00myer#page/314/mode/1up >
  8. [S909] Anna Maria Ohlheuser entry, Lutherische Kirchenbücher, 1783-1875 - Evangelische Kirche Waldhilsbach, date and place of death; death age: 60; birth date: abt 1768, Digital Files of Sean C. Tracy, Tracy Home Office.
  9. [S850] Joseph Ohlhauser and Maria Anna Honig marriage, in Liber Matrimonialis pro. Parochia Spechbacht Catholica 1783: Digital Files of Sean C. Tracy, Tracy Home Office, names dates place.
  10. [S660] Germany Marriages, 1558-1898, online at: www.familysearch.org, marriage register for son Joseph to Katharina Merz; gives spouse's name as Anna Maria Hoenich (not Hönig).
  11. [S909] Lutherische Kirchenbücher, 1783-1875, date and place of death and burial.
  12. [S250] Heidelberg Travelog, No parents are named in the registration of the Baptism, but it would not have been unusual for a first child to have been born very early in a marriage.
  13. [S507] Johannes Josephus Ohlheiser, Photocopy of Church Register 1798 Spechbach, Paper Files of Sean C Tracy, Tracy Home Office.
  14. [S660] Germany Marriages, 1558-1898, online at: www.familysearch.org.
Last Edited24 Jun 2018

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