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Heinrich Grosse

Name
Heinrich Grosse
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Grosse
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

Note: The twin battles of Jena and Auerstedt (older name: Auerstädt) were fought on 14 October 1806 on the plateau west of the river Saale in today's Germany, between the forces of Napoleon I Bonaparte of France and Frederick William III of Prussia. WikipediA Article
Napoleon's invasion of Russia from June 24, 1812 to December 14, 1812

Note: During the French Invasion of Russia (Russian: Patriotic War of 1812) which began on June 24, 1812 France and Russia with their allies were engaged. The campaign effectively ended on December 14, 1812, not quite six months from its outset, with the last French troops leaving Russian soil. WikipediA Article
Battle of Leipzig from October 16, 1813 to October 19, 1813

Note: The Battle of Leipzig or Battle of the Nations marked the culmination of the autumn campaign of 1813 and was fought by the coalition armies of Russia, Prussia, Austria, and Sweden led by the Russian Czar Alexander I against the French army of Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, at Leipzig, Saxony. WikipediA Article
Battle of Waterloo June 18, 1815

Note: The Battle of Waterloo was fought on Sunday, June 18, 1815, near Waterloo in present-day Belgium and the last battle of Napoleon I Bonaparte. WikipediA Article
Birth of a daughter
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Marie Emilie Grosse
December 13, 1841
Silesian weaver's uprising in 1844 from June 4, 1844 to June 6, 1844

Note: The Silesian weaver's uprising of 1844 was neither the first weaver's uprising in the region of the Eulengebirge nor the most violent one. The specific feature of the uprising of 1844 lay in the attention of the general public. The Silesian weaver's uprising can be brought in a connection with the revolution starting in 1848, because it contributed substantially to the formation of political opinion pictures. WikipediA Article
Revolutions of 1848/1849 in the German states between March 1848 and October 1849

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Marriage of a childJulius Hermann OstermannMarie Emilie GrosseView this family
June 10, 1867
Begin of Franco-Prussian War July 19, 1870

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End of Franco-Prussian War May 10, 1871

Note: The Franco-Prussian War officially ended on May 10, 1871 with the Treaty of Frankfurt, which gave Germany most of Alsace and some parts of Lorraine which became the Imperial territory of Alsace-Lorraine. WikipediA Article
Deathyes

  1. Generation 1
    1. Children of Heinrich Grosse:

      1. Marie Emilie Grosse (18411910)
  2. Generation 2back to top
    1. Marie Emilie Grosse, daughter of Heinrich Grosse, was born on December 13, 1841 in Schwusen, Lodsch, Poland and died on May 4, 1910 in Breslau, Niederschlesien, Poland at the age of 68. She married Julius Hermann Ostermann, son of Christiane , on June 10, 1867 in Glogau, Niederschlesien, Poland. He was born on January 3, 1842 in Glogau, Niederschlesien, Poland and died on February 2, 1914 in Breslau, Niederschlesien, Poland at the age of 72.

      Children of Marie Emilie Grosse and Julius Hermann Ostermann:

      1. Marie Emma Ostermann (18701960)
      2. Dr. Arthur Richard Edmund Ostermann (18761943)
      3. Hermann Ostermann (18781945)
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    1. Marie Emma Ostermann

      Marie Emma Ostermann, hausfrau (about February 1891), daughter of Julius Hermann Ostermann and Marie Emilie Grosse, was born on January 28, 1870 in Neudorf (Bunzlau), Niederschlesien, Poland and died on August 7, 1960 in Tegernheim, Bayern, Deutschland at the age of 90. She married Carl Heinrich Bruno Scholz, son of Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Scholz and Johanna Auguste Emilie Vogel, on February 28, 1891 in Breslau, Niederschlesien, Poland. He was born on November 2, 1864 in Breslau, Niederschlesien, Poland and died on February 21, 1942 in Breslau, Niederschlesien, Poland at the age of 77.

      Children of Marie Emma Ostermann and Carl Heinrich Bruno Scholz:

      1. Helene Wilhelmine Marie “Lene” Scholz (18921970)
      2. Walter Scholz (18971918)
    2. Dr. Arthur Richard Edmund Ostermann

      Dr. Arthur Richard Edmund Ostermann, arzt, son of Julius Hermann Ostermann and Marie Emilie Grosse, was born on April 25, 1876 in Breslau, Niederschlesien, Poland and died on January 7, 1943 in Berlin, Berlin, Deutschland at the age of 66. He married Maria Anna Olga “Mimmi” Kremski, daughter of Josef Ignaz Kremski and Klara Adelheid Egells.

      Children of Dr. Arthur Richard Edmund Ostermann and Maria Anna Olga “Mimmi” Kremski:

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      2. Dr. Wolfgang Julius Ostermann (19041934)
    3. Hermann Ostermann, kaufmann, son of Julius Hermann Ostermann and Marie Emilie Grosse, was born on June 4, 1878 in Breslau, Niederschlesien, Poland and died on November 30, 1945 in Breslau, Niederschlesien, Poland at the age of 67. He married Johanna Kobusch on May 6, 1905 in Breslau, Niederschlesien, Poland. She died on November 30, 1945 in Breslau, Niederschlesien, Poland.