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Johann Breidt (Breyth)

Johann Breidt (Breyth)
Breidt (Breyth)
Given names
MarriageMargarethe RuffingView this family

ResidenceMargarethe RuffingView this family

Note: Bei .1019. mit Lautenbach/Breitenbach ausgewiesen. Es bleibt unklar in welcher Ortschaft die Familie gewohnt hat.

Note: (.1019.5: Elter ohne eigenen Eintrag)
Gerber-NummerMargarethe RuffingView this family

Historical Event between 1754 and 1763

Note: The French and Indian War is the American name for the North American theater of the Seven Years War, fought primarily between the colonies of British America and New France -


Historical Event between 1775 and 1776

Note: In 1775, there was an epidemic of unknown cause in North America (especially New England,) followed in 1775-1776 by what is described as one of the worst worldwide influenza epidemics -
Historical Event from 1775 to 1783

Note: The Thirteen American Colonies broke from the British Empire and formed the independent nation, the United States of America -
Geburtsregister 1806 - Auf der Suche nach Elisabeth Fuchs (*1806)

Note: Winfried Dietz schreibt am 23.01.2020:

Birth of a son
Johann Jakob Breidt (Breyth)
October 22, 1794 (Brumaire 1, III)
Historical Event between 1793 (I) and 1798 (VI)
Note: More than 4,000 Philadelphia residents died from yellow fever -
Historical Event 1803 (XI)

Note: Napoleon Bonaparte agrees to sell 828,000 square miles of land to the United States for $15 million -


Birth of a grandson
Johann Breidt
October 4, 1815
Historical Event between 1812 and 1815

Note: War of 1812 between the Americans and the British. The Creek (or Red Stick) War in Alabama had different origins, but it coincided with the war of 1812, and the U.S. treated it as a part of the larger war, with Jackson and his forces also in charge of defeating the Creeks -


Christening of a grandsonJohann Breidt
October 5, 1815
Religion: r.k.
Note: KB Illingen Band 1 Taufen
Marriage of a childJohann Jakob Breidt (Breyth)Dorothea Bermann (Berman Beermann)View this family
October 10, 1815
Death of a grandsonJohann Breidt
April 13, 1816
Birth of a granddaughter
Anna Maria Breidt (Breit)
March 7, 1817
Christening of a granddaughterAnna Maria Breidt (Breit)
March 8, 1817
Religion: r.k.
Note: KB Illingen Band 1 Taufen
Birth of a granddaughter
Barbara Breidt
October 20, 1820
Birth of a grandson
Johann Nikolaus Breith (Breidt)
October 20, 1820
Christening of a granddaughterBarbara Breidt
October 21, 1820
Religion: r.k.
Note: KB Illingen Band 1 Taufen
Christening of a grandsonJohann Nikolaus Breith (Breidt)
October 21, 1820
Religion: r.k.
Note: KB Illingen Band 1 Taufen
Birth of a granddaughter
Elisabeth Breidt (Breyth)
interpreted February 26, 1825 (26.02.1824)
Note: Im Taufregister ist das Geburtsdatum 26.02.1825 genannt
Christening of a granddaughterElisabeth Breidt (Breyth)
February 27, 1825
Religion: r.k.
Note: KB Illingen Band 1 Taufen
Birth of a grandson
Johann Breit (Breidt)
June 11, 1829
Christening of a grandsonJohann Breit (Breidt)
June 12, 1829
Religion: r.k.
Note: KB Illingen Band 1 Taufen
Historical Event between 1830 and 1830
Note: The Trail of Tears is a name given to the ethnic cleansing and forced relocation of Native American nations from southeastern parts of the United States following the Indian Removal Act of 1830. The removal included many members of the Cherokee, Muscogee (Creek), Seminole, Chickasaw, and Choctaw nations, among others in the United States, from their homelands to Indian Territory in eastern sections of the present-day state of Oklahoma. The phrase originated from a description of the removal of the Choctaw Nation in 1831. In 1831 the Choctaw were the first to be removed, and they became the model for all other removals. After the Choctaw, the Seminole were removed in 1832, the Creek in 1834, then the Chickasaw in 1837, and finally the Cherokee in 1838. -


Historical Event 1832
Note: Cholera killed 4,340 people in New Orleans & over 3,000 in New York City -
Historical Event between October 1835 and April 1836
Note: The Texas Revolution (or Texas War of Independence) was fought from October 2, 1835 to April 21, 1836 between Mexico and the Texas (Tejas) portion of the Mexican state of Coahuila y Tejas. The Texas Revolution erupted in 1836, after Texas declared its independence from Mexico. Mexico responded by invading Texas, where General Santa Anna won decisive victories in the battles of the Alamo and Goliad. The war ended at the Battle of San Jacinto (about 20 miles) east of modern day downtown Houston) where General Sam Houston led the Texas Army to victory in 18 minutes over a portion of the Mexican Army under Santa Anna, who was captured shortly after the battle. The conclusion of the war resulted in the creation of the Republic of Texas -


Event 1843

Note: The Great Comet of 1843, formally designated C/1843 D1 and 1843 I, was a long-period comet which became very bright in March 1843 (it is also known as the Great March Comet). It was discovered on February 5, 1843 and rapidly brightened to become a great comet. It was a member of the Kreutz Sungrazers, a family of comets resulting from the breakup of a parent comet (X/1106 C1) into multiple fragments in about 1106. These comets pass extremely close to the surface of the Sun—within a few solar radii—and often become very bright as a result.
Marriage of a grandchildJohann Nikolaus Breith (Breidt)Katharina (Susanna) BaltesView this family
January 19, 1847
Historical Event from 1846 to 1848
Note: The Mexican-American War was an armed conflict between the United States of America and the United Mexican States from 1846 to 1848 in the wake of the 1845 U.S. annexation of Texas, which Mexico considered part of its territory despite the 1836 Texas Revolution -


Marriage of a grandchildCaspar WaldnerAnna Maria Breidt (Breit)View this family
January 10, 1853

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Family with Margarethe Ruffing - View this family