Part 913bf – Brunhammer Fürst – 1818 GGGGG-Grandmother Anne Marie Bruhamer's Passing

22 September 2017

Good Day,

Last night flipping through electronic pages of the digitized images of Baptism, Marriage, and Death registers I was able to find the Death Registration for GGGGG-(5-times)-Great-Grandmother Anne Marie (née Fürst) Bruhamer. She passed away at one of her son's home in Hochstatt, Haut-Rhin at 10:00 pm on the 25th of July 1818. The son who reported the passing was GGGG-(4-times)-Great-Grandfather Sébastien.

GGGGG-Great-Grandmother Anne Marie was 68 years old at the time of her death, as it was reported, and further, she was recorded as the widow of GGGGG-(5-times)-Great-Grandfather Conrad Bruhamer.

Here is the entry as recorded in French.



This is my attempt at transcribing the document. I am having a bit of a problem transcribing, reading, the actual name of the street of GGGG-Great-Grandfather Sébastien's home.

1818
Fürst Anne Marie
Acte de décés
L'an dix huit cent dix huit, le vingt six du mois de Juilletà huit heures du matin, pardevant nous Maire officier de l'étatCivil de la Commune de Hochstatt, Canton d'Altkirch,Département du Haut Rhin, sont comparus SébastienBruhamer Journalieur et Jean Adam Bay les deux domiciliésen cette commune les quels nous ont déclaré que hierà dix heures du soir, Anne Marie Fürst ageé de soixanteet huit ans veuve de Conrad Bruhamer du dit lieu, estdécédé en la maison de son fils rue dit chälhergrasset ont les déclaurons signé avec nous le présent actede déçés, apres que Lecture leui eu a êté faite.


And my translation -

1818

Fürst Anne Marie

Death certificate

In the year eighteen hundred and eighteen, the twenty-sixth of July at eight o'clock in the morning, before us Mayor of the Civil Registry of the Commune of Hochstatt, Canton of Altkirch, Department of the Upper Rhine, appeared Sébastian Bruhamer Journalier and Jean Adam Bay, both of whom lived in this commune, told us that yesterday at ten o'clock in the evening Anne Marie Fürst, aged sixty-eight, widow of Conrad Bruhamer, died at her son's house châlhergrass(?) street and have declared that they signed with us the present deed, after the Reading it has been made.

Here is the Brunhammer Research Work Sheet highlighting GGGGG-Great-Grandmother Anne Marie (née Fürst) Bruhamer.



The genealogy research and search for ancestors and descendants continue.

Family connections can be seen on the family tree, the Brunhammer Doherty Family Tree. If you would like access to the tree you will need an invitation from me. You can sign up with Ancestry, and from what I understand, without having to take a membership subscription. Feel free to contact me at jsmith58@gmail.com if you would like to receive an invite to the Brunhammer Doherty Family Tree.

If you have any comment, question, thought, idea please feel free to contact me via email at A Genealogy Hunt or jsmith58@gmail.com.

Regards,

Jim
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Part 912b – Brunhammer Plus – An Updated Brunhammer Genealogy Ancestry Chart

21 September 2017

Good Day,

PC’s back in working order. It appeared that one of the voltage spikes that occurred during the wait for the electricity to come back on after the storm may have fried a couple of circuit boards.


I've been asked by a number of you if they could see my ancestry charting of the family tree. At times it can be somewhat confusing when one has to move through a number of pages on the PC screen or follow a distinct family line back in time.

I have re-created an ancestry chart using GenoPro. I like using GenoPro because it allows me to move persons, aka ancestors and descendants, around quick freely. I find it not as restrictive as some other software programs that are available.

"GenoPro makes it easy to build simple family trees, but it also allows you to easily and quickly build complex family trees. Not all families are simple."

I have now created a Brunhammer chart using GenoPro. Even beginning with Andy's parents, Eugene John and Myrtle Frances Gertrude (née Doherty) Brunhammer, I still have to recreate the Brunhammer family, going back to Andy's 8-times Great-Grandparents, using two visible images. And this work-chart is by no strength of the imagination complete.

Here's the first page, to be continued on the second page.




Here's the second page -


The square boxes represent male ancestors and the circles, females. I have used a blue border with a yellow fill-in to represent Andy's bloodline. Andy's generation, as well as his nieces and nephews, and grand-nephews and grand-nieces are not included in either of the two images. I will not publically publish any information regarding any living relative.

Regarding his grand-nephews and grand-nieces, you can add 2 more levels of greats to a possibility of 10-Great-Grandparents.

Just my observations.

And now onto search for more pieces of evidence.

The genealogy research and search for ancestors and descendants continue.

Family connections can be seen on the family tree, the Brunhammer Doherty Family Tree. If you would like access to the tree you will need an invitation from me. You can sign up with Ancestry, and from what I understand, without having to take a membership subscription. Feel free to contact me at jsmith58@gmail.com if you would like to receive an invite to the Brunhammer Doherty Family Tree.

If you have any comment, question, thought, idea please feel free to contact me via email at A Genealogy Hunt or jsmith58@gmail.com.

Regards,

Jim
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Part 911b – Brunhammer – 1746 Birth Registration GGGGG-Great Grandfather Conrad Brunhammer

09 September 2017

Good Day,

As I’m listening to the weather updates, and having prepared as best as I can, I need to keep preoccupied.

I was able to find the Baptism Registration of GGGGG-Great Grandfather Conrad Brunhammer and his seven other siblings; Andy’s 5-times Great-Grandaunts and Uncles. The Baptism Registration were all found in the parish records of Saint Fridolin Catholic Church in Säckingen (also Bad Säckingen) Baden, Germany.

I believe that this is building that may have housed the Saint Fridolin Catholic Church.

This is the entry of GGGGG-Grandfather Conradus Brunhammer.


My attempt at transcribing –


1746

November

7. Conradus filius Conradi Brunhammer et Eli∫sbetha Loo∫erinbaptitatus fuit à R.B. Lorentz Capellano”Patrinis ad∫tantisset levantibus Joanne Schlinger et Mar: Ur∫ulâ _____
_____

And an attempted translation –

1746

November

7. Conrad son of Conrad Brunhammer and Elisabeth Looserin
was baptized by R. B. Lorentz Capellano: Godparents standing
John Schlinger and Maria Ursula _____
_____.

Just my observations.


And now onto another piece of evidence.

The genealogy research and search for ancestors and descendants continue.

Family connections can be seen on the family tree, the Brunhammer Doherty Family Tree. If you would like access to the tree you will need an invitation from me. You can sign up with Ancestry, and from what I understand, without having to take a membership subscription. Feel free to contact me at jsmith58@gmail.com if you would like to receive an invite to the Brunhammer Doherty Family Tree.

If you have any comment, question, thought, idea please feel free to contact me via email at A Genealogy Hunt or jsmith58@gmail.com.

Regards,

Jim
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Part 910bf – Bruhammer Fürst – 1776 Marriage Registration

06 September 2017

Good Day,


In my search for the answer whether the two Marie Anne Schwimmers are related, at this time I have a feeling that they may not have been… But this can change if there is a distant past connection.

And the other issue that I have encountered is that the Church Marriage Registers for Hochstatt in Haut-Rhin between the years of about 1734 through 1753, mid-18th Century, do not appear to exist. This may or may not have been due to the constant turmoil resulting from the Reformation, the Thirty Years’ War, the French Revolution, and the constant conflicts regarding the lands and countries.

There is a positive note because of my search. I believe I have come across the Hochstatt Marriage Registration of GGGGG-Grandparents Conradus Bruhammer and Anna Maria Fürst. This is 6-times Great to Andy, and to some Brunhammer descendants 7-times Great and 8-times Great.

This is a clipping of the document –


And the attempted transcription of the Latin. Thanks to Johann K, Mark S, and Anna L M of Genealogy Translations group on Facebook and Wayne Q for their assistance.

Conradus Bruhamer ex Sackingen filius legitimusdefuncti Conradi Bruhamer in vivus civis in Sackingenet Elisabethae Looserin pariterqué Anna Maria Fürstfilia legitima defunctorum conjugum ac civium hujis
loci Petri Fürst et Anna Maria Schoflerin obfervatis
obfervadis una tantum denuntiatione defuper duabus
abs R(everendi)ss(i)mo D(omin)o Vicario Generali et Episcopo
Lyddensi dispensati de die octova Junij coram
requisitis testibus abs ma frani: Mart: Lysch parocho
copulati sunt die decima Junij anni millesimi
Septingontesimi Septuageseimi Sexti qui cum testibusse subscripserunt Sig(num) Sponsi Sig(num) X SponsaeAntoni Schere Alexander Philippus minister
Ita est in autographa testator Lyseh p(aroc)hus

Attempted translation –

Conrad Bruhamer of Sackingen is a legitimate son of the dead, of Conrad Bruhamer, and the living citizen in Sackingen and Elizabeth Looserin as well the mother, and of Anna Marie Fürst, the daughter, of the manner of the masses for the dead of the couple and of the citizens of this passage, Peter Fürst and Anna Maria Schoflerin Consider the observation there is only one announced by the same thereon two are from the most reverend Lord, the vicar general and the bishop, Lyddensi administered on day 8th of June in the presence of the required witnesses from MA franc, Mars Lysch pastor united 10th day of June in the year 1776 with witnesses that subscribed signed Spouse signed X to the spouse Anthony Schere, Alexander Philipp minister

Thus in his own handwriting testator Lyseh the pastor

All-things-being-equal, and from what I can garner from the Marriage Register, GGGGG Conrad Bruhamer was from Sackingen. His parents, GGGGGG-Grandfather Conrad and GGGGGG-Grandmother Elisabeth (née Looserin) Bruhamer had passed away at the time of his marriage.

He married GGGGG-Grandmother Anna Marie Fürst. Her parents were GGGGGG-Grandparents Peter and Anna Marie (née Schoflerin) Fürst. I am not sure but from the details of the Latin one of them may have also passed away prior to the marriage. I am a bit confused as to exactly where they were from.

The marriage does take place in Hochstatt, in Haut-Rhin, Alsace, France.  It appears that the marriage did take place on the 10 June 1776. There may be references to certain requirements which were completed prior to the actual wedding.

And of course, this now opens the opportunity to search for a Birth Registration for GGGGG-Grandfather Conrad Bruhamer in Säckingen.

According to Google Maps, Hochstatt is approximately 63.3 kilometers, walking about 13 ¼ hours, from Säckingen.


Just my observations.

And now onto another piece of evidence.

The genealogy research and search for ancestors and descendants continue.

Family connections can be seen on the family tree, the Brunhammer Doherty Family Tree. If you would like access to the tree you will need an invitation from me. You can sign up with Ancestry, and from what I understand, without having to take a membership subscription. Feel free to contact me at jsmith58@gmail.com if you would like to receive an invite to the Brunhammer Doherty Family Tree.

If you have any comment, question, thought, idea please feel free to contact me via email at A Genealogy Hunt or jsmith58@gmail.com.

Regards,

Jim
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Part 909bs – Brunhammer Schwimmer – The Search Continues

31 August 2017

Good Day,

As a part of my search to discover whether or not Marie Anne Schwimmer (bc 1816) and Marie Anne Schwimmer (bc 1820) are related it is necessary for me to create a worksheet ancestry chart in order to verify all possible connections.

It is known that there are a number of Family Trees available in Internetland that exist without any source documentation or citation details. That is where I like to start. I use that information and then I search for the corroborating documents.

The following Brunhammer Schwimmer Family Tree is the beginning of that work.


For me, the best type of software I use for this type of exercise is GenoPro 2016. There is a freedom with this software that permits me to create a worksheet and to use it like an electronic "white board".

First of all, if you cannot view a good enlargement of my Brunhammer Schwimmer Research Work Sheet please feel free to drop me a note at jsmith58@gmail.com and I will send you a jpg file.

And here are a few notes and a key regarding understanding my work on the actual worksheet.

1. I have identified the 2 Marie Anne Schwimmers; each one married to GGG-Granduncle Laurent Brunhammer and Sébastien Brunhammer. See the blue box and the red arrows.

2. The red lines, not including the red arrows, are the coordinating links that I have found to date and they represent the Brunhammer connections.

3. The blue-bounded yellow-filled boxes and circles represent direct blood-line ancestors. The boxes represent Males and the Circles represent Females.

4. The "~" represents an approximate year.

5. The "<" represents the possibility of a date before the one given.

6. The ">" represents the possibility of a date after the one given.

7. The column of "Greats" on the left-hand side of the worksheet represents the level of the ancestor on the Brunhammer Family Tree and the relationship to Andy. In other words, "6-Greats" refers to Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Grandfather Conradi Bruhamer or 6-times Great-Grandfather Conradi Bruhamer.

Just my observations.

And now onto another piece of evidence.

The genealogy research and search for ancestors and descendants continue.

Family connections can be seen on the family tree, the Brunhammer Doherty Family Tree. If you would like access to the tree you will need an invitation from me. You can sign up with Ancestry, and from what I understand, without having to take a membership subscription. Feel free to contact me at jsmith58@gmail.com if you would like to receive an invite to the Brunhammer Doherty Family Tree.

If you have any comment, question, thought, idea please feel free to contact me via email at A Genealogy Hunt or jsmith58@gmail.com.

Regards,

Jim
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Part 908bs – Brunhammer Schwimmer – 1851 Marriage Registration Sébastien Bruhammer and Marie Anne Schwimmer

24 August 2017

Good Day,

The work in finding out whether Marie Anne Schwimmer is related to Marie Anne Schwimmer continues. Today I am working on the 1851 Marriage Registration of GGG-Granduncle Sébastien Brunhammer and Marie Schwimmer.

GGG-Granduncle Sébastien was 4-times Great-Grandfather Sébastien’s youngest son. He and GGGG-Grandmother Marguerite (née Ruess) had 3 sons; GGG-Grandfather Joseph, GGG-Granduncle Laurent and GGG-Granduncle Sébastien, that I am currently aware of. GGGG-Grandparents Sébastien and Marguerite (née Ruess) Brunhammer also had 4 daughters: GGG-Grandaunts Agnes, Therresse, Magdeline, and Marguerite. (I’ll be researching their families and descendants later.

Also, I should make a note here. It is concerning the surname Brunhammer. I have seen and come across various and sundry documents that have the name spelled in different ways. This just means, that by all accounts, all are correct. The surnames are Bruhamer, Bruhammer, Brunhammer, and Brunhamer. As you cross the generations you may see and know the surname in any of these spelling formats. None of them are incorrect. And any of them may apply to various branches of the family tree. In general, I will be referring to the surname as Brunhammer primarily as this is the format that I was first introduced to the name.

Now the youngest brother GGG-Granduncle Sébastien Brunhammer, who appears to be named after his father GGGG-Grandfather Sébastien did marry a wife whose name was also Marie Anne Schwimmer. This was the same as his older brother GGG-Granduncle Laurent. His wife was also Marie Anne Schwimmer.

And my quest is to find out whether the two Marie Anne Schwimmers were or were not related.

In Part 907bs – Brunhammer Schwimmer – 1842 Marriage Registration Laurent Bruhammer and Marie Anne Schwimmer we discovered that this Marie Anne Schwimmer was the daughter of Antoine Schwimmer and his late wife Marie Ann Schlienger. This Marie Anne Schwimmer was born in 1816.

And here is the first of two differences. The Marie Anne Schwimmer who married younger brother Sébastien Bruhammer was born in 1820.  Also her parents were Michel Schwimmer and Marie Anne Münch.


I have now found the 1851 Marriage Registration for GGG-Granduncle Sébastien Bruhammer and his wife Marie Anne Schwimmer. Here is my work from the Archives départementales du Haut-Rhin.

Image 421

No 4.
Bruhammer Sebastien
et
Schwimmer M. Anne


L’an dix huit cent cinquante-un, le quatorze Mai à neuf heuresdu matin pardevant nous Ignace Müller maire et officier de l’état civil dela commune de Hochstatt, canton d’Altkirch, Départment dy Haut-Rhin sont comparus Sébastien Bruhammer, ouvrier de fabrique,âgé de trent-un ans né le sept février dix huit vingt et domicilié ence lieu, majeur fils des conjoints Sébastien Bruhammer, Charpentierâgé de soiixante-dix ans et Marguerite Ruess sans état, âgée de
soixante-cinq ans les deux domiciliés en ce lieu, à ce présents et consentantsd’une part, et Demmoiselle Marie Anne Schwimmer, ouvrière dufabrique, âgée de trente ans, née le dix Décembre dix huit cent vingt etdomiciliée en ce lieu, majeure, fille des conjoints Michel Schwimmerjournalier, âgé de soixante-quatorze anns et Marie Anne Münch,sans état, âgée de soixante-quatre ans, led deux domiciliés en ce lieu,à ce presents et consentants, dáutre part, lesquels nous ont requisde procéder à la celebration du marriage projeté entre eux et don’t lespublications ont été faites dans cette commune devant la principaleporte d’entrée de la maison commune les Dimanches quatre et onzede ce mois, chaque fois à midi, aucune opposition au dit marriage ne
nous ayant été signifiée faisant droit à leur requisition, après avoitdonne lecture du Chapitre Six de Citre de code civil intituté dumarriage, nous avons demandé au future époux et à la future épouses’ils veulent se prendre pour mari et pour femme, chacun d’eux ayantrépondu séparément et affirmativement nous dçlarons au nom de
loi que Sébastien Brunhammer et la Demoiselle Marie AnneSchwimmer sont unis par le marriage qui a été publiquementcélébré dans (lieus) dans notre maison commune, de quoi nous avons
dressé acte en presence de Laurent Bruhammer, ouvrier de
fabrique, âgé de trente-neuf ans, frère de nouvel époux, de GeorgeSchwimmer, ouvrier de fabrique, âgé de quarante ans, frère de la
nouvelle épouse, de Gaspard Göpsert, cultivateur, âgé de vingt-huit anscousin germain de la nouvelle épouse et d’Antoine Brunner,ouvrier de fabrique, âgé de vingt-neuf ans, non parent des nouveauxépoux, lles quatre domiciliés en ce lieu, lesquels, après qu’illeur en a e été donné lecture sont signé avec nous et les
parties contractantes fui n’ont pas passé contrat de marriage.

No. 4.
Bruhammer Sebastien
and
Schwimmer M. Anne


In the year one eighteen hundred and fifty-one, on the fourteenth of May at nine o'clock in the morning before us Ignace Müller mayor and civil registrar of the commune of Hochstatt, canton of Altkirch, Department of the Haut-Rhin Sebastien Bruhammer , A factory worker, aged thirty-one years of age, born on the eighth of February and eighteen and domiciled in this place, major son of the spouses Sébastien Bruhammer, a seventy-year-old Charpentier and a stateless Marguerite Ruess, aged sixty-five The two domiciled in this place, to this present and consenting, on the one hand, and Demoiselle Marie Anne Schwimmer, worker of the factory, thirty years old, born on the 10th of December eighteen hundred and twenty and domiciled in this place, major, daughter of Spouses Michel Schwimmer, aged of seventy-four years, and Marie Anne Münch, stateless, aged sixty-four, two of them domiciled there, present and consenting, on the other hand, who required us to proceed R to the celebration of marriage projected between them and of which the publications were made in this commune in front of the main door of entrance of the common house on Sundays four and eleven of this month, each time at noon, no opposition to the said After having read Chapter Six of the Code of Civil Code of Marriage, we have asked the future husband and the future wife if they wish to take themselves as husband and for wife , Each of them having replied separately and affirmatively we declare in the name of law that Sébastien Brunhammer and the Miss Marie Anne Schwimmer are united by the marriage which was publicly celebrated in (place) in our common house, of which we have drawn up act In the presence of Laurent Bruhammer, a factory worker, aged thirty-nine, brother of the new husband, of George Schwimmer, factory worker, forty years of age, brother of the new wife, Gaspard Göpsert, a farmer, aged twenty-eight, the first cousin of the new wife, and Antoine Brunner, a factory worker, aged twenty-nine years, not a relative of the new spouses Four persons domiciled there, who, after they have been read to them, are signed with us, and the contracting parties have not entered into a contract of marriage.

Question - Was Antoine Schwimmer related to Michel Schwimmer? Stay-tuned.

Just my observations.

And now onto another piece of evidence.

The genealogy research and search for ancestors and descendants continue.

Family connections can be seen on the family tree, the Brunhammer Doherty Family Tree. If you would like access to the tree you will need an invitation from me. You can sign up with Ancestry, and from what I understand, without having to take a membership subscription. Feel free to contact me at jsmith58@gmail.com if you would like to receive an invite to the Brunhammer Doherty Family Tree.

If you have any comment, question, thought, idea please feel free to contact me via email at A Genealogy Hunt or jsmith58@gmail.com.

Regards,

Jim
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Part 907bs – Brunhammer Schwimmer – 1842 Marriage Registration Laurent Bruhammer and Marie Anne Schwimmer

21 August 2017

Good Day,

In my effort to find out whether Marie Anne Schwimmer is related to Marie Anne Schwimmer I am working through the discovery, transcription, and translation of possibly relevant documents.

The following is the 31 December 1842 Civil Marriage Registration of 3-times Great-Granduncle Laurent Bruhammer and his wife Marie Anne Schwimmer which is based, I believe, on the required practices began on the 25th of September 1842.

1. Sunday, 25th September 1842, 11:00 am
2. Sunday, 2nd October 1842, 11:00 am
3. Wednesday, 5th October 1842, 8:00 am
4. Saturday, 31st October 1842, 5:00 pm


And based on my limited understanding I would gander to guess that 3-times Great-Granduncle Laurent Brunhammer and his new wife were married on 5 October 1842. The prior 2 dates may have been the posting of the bans and intention of marriage. The 31st of December may have been the closing of the books/registers for 1842.


My attempted transcription –

No. 5Bruhammer LaurentetSchwimmer M. Anne.

L'an dix huit cent quarante deux, le cinq Octobre à huit heure de matin par devantnous Joseph Foltzer, maire et officier de l'état civil de la commune de Hochstatt,Canton d'Altkirch, Départment de Haut Rhin sont comparus Laurent Bruhammer,ouvrier de fabrique, âgé de vingt-neuf ans, né le deux août du huit cent trieze etdomicilié en ce lieu, majeur, fils des conjoints Sébastien Bruhammer, charpentier,âgé de soixante ans et Marguerite Ruess, sans état, âgée de soixante-unans, les deux domiciliés en ce lieu, à ce présents et consentants d'une part, etDemoiselle Marie Anne Schwimmer, sans état, âgée de vingt-six ans, née letrente Avril dix huit cent seize et domiciliée en ce lieu, majeure, fille des conjointsAntoine Schwimmer, journalier, âgé de soixante ans, domicilié en ce lieu, à ceprésent et consentant, et feue Marie Ann Schlienger, décédée en ce lieu levingt-un août dix huit cent vingt-neuf, d’autre part, lesquels nous ont requisde procéder à la célébration du mariage projeté entre eux et dont les publicationont été faites en cette commune, devant la principale porte d'entrée de la maisoncommune, les Dimanches vingt-cinq Septembre dernier et deux de ce mois, chaquefois à onze heures de matin, aucune opposition au dit mariage ne nous ayantété signifée, faisant droit à leur requisition, après avoit donné lecture du chapitresix du titre de code civil, intitulé de mariage, et des piècer anneaier auprésent acte qui ont préalablement paraphéis par nous et les futurs conjointsnous avons demandé au futur époux et à la future épouse s'ils voulent seprendre pour mari et pour femme, chacun d'aux ayant répondu séparémentet affirmativement nous déclarons au nom de la loi, que Laurent Bruhammer etla Demoiselle Marie Anne Schwimmer, sont unis par le mariage qui a étépubliquement célébré dans la maison commune de quoi nous avons dressé acteen présence de Sébastien Bruhammer, ouvrier de fabrique, âgé de vingt-deuxans, frère de la nouvelle épouse, de Jean Igersheim, ouvrier de fabrique, âgé detrente-trois ans beaufrère de la nouvelle épouse, de Jean Deyber, cultivateurâgé de cinquante-deux ans et a D'Ignace Müller, ex-Instituteur, âgé de soixante-douze ans, les deux dernier non parents des nouveaux époux, les quatre –Domiciliés en ce lieu, lesquels, après qu'il leur en a éte'donné lecture, toutsigné avec nous et lest partie contractanter.

Le présent registre contenant cinq actes de mariage a été clos et arrêté par nous soussigné,Joseph Foltzer, maire et officier de l'état civil de la commune de Hochstatt, ce jourd'hui trente-un Décembre dix huit cent quarante-deux, à cinq heures de soir.

FoltzerMaire

And the translation, give or take –

No. 5
Bruhammer Laurent
and
Schwimmer M. Anne.


In the year eighteen hundred and forty-two, on October 5 at eight in the morning before us Joseph Foltzer, mayor and registrar of the municipality of Hochstatt, Canton of Altkirch, Department of Haut Rhin, appeared Laurent Bruhammer , A twenty-nine-year-old factory worker, born on August 2 of the eight hundred and thirteen and domiciled in this place, major, son of the spouses Sébastien Bruhammer, carpenter, aged sixty and Marguerite Ruess, stateless, aged sixty one-year-olds, both domiciled at this place, to this present and consenting on the one hand, and Miss Marie Anne Schwimmer, stateless, twenty-six years old, born on the thirtieth of April eighteen hundred and sixteen and domiciled in this place , Major, daughter of the spouses Antoine Schwimmer, a day laborer, aged sixty, domiciled there, to this present and consenting, and the late Marie Ann Schlienger, who died there on August 21st, On the other hand, which required us to proceed to the celebration of the marriage projected between them, and the publication of which was made in this commune, in front of the principal entrance to the common house, on the twenty-fifth of last September and two of this month, each time at eleven o'clock In the morning, no opposition to the said marriage having been served to us, granting their requisition, after having read chapter six of the civil code title, titled marriage, and the annexes to the present act, which have previously initialled by us And the future spouses we have asked the future spouse and the future wife if they want to take themselves as husband and wife, each of them having answered separately and affirmatively we declare in the name of the law that Laurent Bruhammer and the Miss Marie Anne Schwimmer, are united by the marriage which was publicly celebrated in the common house of which we made an act in the presence of Sébastien Bruhammer, factory worker, Aged twenty-two, brother of the new wife, of Jean Igersheim, a factory worker, thirty-three years old, a brother of the new wife, of Jean Deyber, a farmer aged fifty-two, Ignatius Müller, ex-Teacher, seventy-two years of age, the last two nonparents of the new spouses, the four - Domiciled in this place, who, after having been read to them, signed everything with us and The contracting party.

The present register containing five acts of marriage has been closed and arrested by us, Joseph Foltzer, the mayor and civil registrar of the commune of Hochstatt, this thirty-one-day December 18, 1942, At five o'clock in the evening.

Foltzer
Mayor


Something to note in this page of registration, the surname for GGG-Granduncle Laurent is entered as "Bruhammer" whereas the signatures appear to read as "Brunhammer".


Just my observations.

And now onto another piece of evidence.

The genealogy research and search for ancestors and descendants continue.

Family connections can be seen on the family tree, the Brunhammer Doherty Family Tree. If you would like access to the tree you will need an invitation from me. You can sign up with Ancestry, and from what I understand, without having to take a membership subscription. Feel free to contact me at jsmith58@gmail.com if you would like to receive an invite to the Brunhammer Doherty Family Tree.

If you have any comment, question, thought, idea please feel free to contact me via email at A Genealogy Hunt or jsmith58@gmail.com.

Regards,

Jim
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