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Johann Gottlieb Vofrey

Name
Johann Gottlieb Vofrey
Given names
Johann Gottlieb
Surname
Vofrey
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Occupation
Wassermüller

Seven Years' War from 1756 to 1763

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War of the Bavarian Succession from July 1778 to May 1779

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French Revolution from 1789 to 1799

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Birth of a daughter
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Johanna Christine Vofrey
October 25, 1802
Battle of Trafalgar October 21, 1805

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Battle of Austerlitz December 2, 1805

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Battle of Jena and Auerstedt October 14, 1806

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Napoleon's invasion of Russia from June 24, 1812 to December 14, 1812

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Battle of Leipzig from October 16, 1813 to October 19, 1813

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Battle of Waterloo June 18, 1815

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Marriage of a childJohann Hermann BäslerJohanna Christine VofreyView this family
October 11, 1820
Address: Peter und Pauls Kirche
Death of a daughterJohanna Christine Vofrey
January 10, 1838
Silesian weaver's uprising in 1844 from June 4, 1844 to June 6, 1844

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Revolutions of 1848/1849 in the German states between March 1848 and October 1849

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Deathyes

  1. Generation 1
    1. Johann Gottlieb Vofrey, wassermüller.

      Children of Johann Gottlieb Vofrey:

      1. Johanna Christine Vofrey (18021838)
  2. Generation 2back to top
    1. Johanna Christine Vofrey, daughter of Johann Gottlieb Vofrey, was born on October 25, 1802 in Auras, Niederschlesien, Poland and died on January 10, 1838 in Trebnitz, Niederschlesien, Poland at the age of 35. She married Johann Hermann Bäsler, son of Johann Heinrich Bäsler, on October 11, 1820 in Trebnitz, Niederschlesien, Poland. He was born on March 8, 1795 in Trebnitz, Niederschlesien, Poland and died on July 22, 1878 in Trebnitz, Niederschlesien, Poland at the age of 83.

      Children of Johanna Christine Vofrey and Johann Hermann Bäsler:

      1. Pauline Bäsler
      2. Auguste Bäsler
      3. Otto Bäsler
      4. Emilie Mathilde Friederike Elisabeth Wilhelmine “Elise” Bäsler (18321901)
  3. Generation 3back to top
    1. Pauline Bäsler, daughter of Johann Hermann Bäsler and Johanna Christine Vofrey.

      Pauline Bäsler had 2 children.

    2. Auguste Bäsler, daughter of Johann Hermann Bäsler and Johanna Christine Vofrey. She married .

      Children of Auguste Bäsler and :

      1. Auguste
    3. Otto Bäsler, metzger, son of Johann Hermann Bäsler and Johanna Christine Vofrey.

    4. Emilie Mathilde Friederike Elisabeth Wilhelmine “Elise” Bäsler

      Emilie Mathilde Friederike Elisabeth Wilhelmine “Elise” Bäsler, daughter of Johann Hermann Bäsler and Johanna Christine Vofrey, was born on February 15, 1832 in Trebnitz, Niederschlesien, Poland and died on December 7, 1901 in Berlin, Berlin, Deutschland at the age of 69. She married Carl Gustav Wilhelm Feist, son of Karl Gottlieb Ferdinand Feist and Johanna Christiane Ernestine Ostermann, on May 28, 1862 in Trebnitz, Niederschlesien, Poland. He was born on February 17, 1834 in Stroppen, Niederschlesien, Poland and died on February 18, 1884 in Stroppen, Niederschlesien, Poland at the age of 50.

      Children of Emilie Mathilde Friederike Elisabeth Wilhelmine “Elise” Bäsler and Carl Gustav Wilhelm Feist:

      1. Carl Feist (18621863)
      2. Anna Mathilde Bertha Feist (18631939)
      3. Heinrich Wilhelm Otto Feist (18651920)
      4. Carl Wilhelm Fritz Feist (18691953)