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from 1695 to ... present

Our search leads back to 1695 with the very first documentation of an ancestor "Teermann named Frietpartner". The "peasant's house" "Frypörtner" is mentioned in the archives of "Castle Nordkirchen" and other sources. "1634 Lünenburgische military troops burned Davensberg, only 4 houses remained standing". Years later: "Frypörtner house is rebuilt." "On may, 1st, 1867 Johann Bernhard Koch, who bought the house in 1849 (from Johann Bernhard (Barney) Frypörtner), gave it to his son Bernhard Anton Koch." Useful for comparison: 1647 or 1657 the last witch trials in Davensberg are mentioned. 1649 there were 58 people living in 12 houses in Davensberg, on the castle still 13 people. 1683 one of the last bears has been captured.in the "Davert" woodland. Source: W. Henrichmann, "Davensberg, Burg und Flecken"

August Friepörtner

Anna F. geb. Merschmöller

"LWL Archiv" Münster

Schloss Nordkirchen


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