Richard Engan <rengan@...>
Our family story is that my great grandmother Maren Marie was the
daughter of a Jewish mother. The family story is that she was "put out"
with a foster famlily after her father died when she was a baby. The
mother is listed as Ane Hansdatter and was born about 1893. The family
story is that her father Peder Jensen v. Post died in a wagon crash
while delivering liquor. He had been
Is there away to learn about a Jewish family in the Kalundborg, Denmark
area in the early 1800's?
Could the " v. Post" name be of a Jewish family?
The following is the family:
The Probate record shows the death of Peder Jensen v. Post,
braendeviinsbraender og vognmand age 49. Died Aug 11, 1833 and buried on
The 1834 Census of Kalundborg, Cordehlgade 113 - film 39057 page 194.
Ane Jensen 41 enke - Braendeviinsbraender (widow-brewer)
Ane Christine 13 her children
Jens Peter 9
Hans Peter 6
Lars Peter 4
Maren Marie 2
Mads Petersen 35 ugift tjenestekarl (unmarried servant labor)
Ane Henriette 24 ugift tjenestepige (unmarried servant maid)