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Gruß zurück nach Oldenburg,

Niederländisch ist nicht meine Muttersprache aber ich starte trotzdem einen Versuch!

Großmutter Adriana de Voss ……..Ao (Anno) 1703, uns diese Schale zu geben, ist in ihre 80er Jahre eingetreten, Gott lasse Sie zu unserem Trost noch viele Jahre leben und ihr einstmals das Ewige Leben geben.

Verbesserungsvorschläge sind natürlich sinnvoll!

Gibt es hier vielleicht einen Zusammenhang?

The Casdorphs, from Hamburg to the Kanawha Valley, West Virginia, 1625-1995, a documentary…..

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Chapter Nine
THE KARSDORPS IN EUROPE
*KARSDORP, a former Dutch Mennonite family name, especially found at'
Leiden, where Jan KARSDORP was a deacon of the Flemish congregation 1695-
97, and of the (in 1700) united Mennonite congregation 1714-17. Nicholaas
KARSDORP was five times a deacon of this congregation during the period
1725-62 and Anthony KARSDORP four times in 1747-77. The KARSDORPS
were rather well-lo-do merchants. Gerrit KARSDORP (q.v.) and Gerrit
KARSDORP, Jr. (q.v.), both preachers at Hamburg, Germany, were members of
this family. Another member of this farily, Abraham KARSDORP, a carpenter
at Dordrecht, Dutch province of South Holland, was custodian of the
mectinghouse and the last member of the Dordrecht congregation when it died
out about the middle of the 19th century, Afler his death his nephew J
KARSDORP considered himself privale owner of the properties of the
congregation, as did after his death in 1865 his heirs, who sold the meetinghouse
and appropriated the funds of the congregation. Harmen KARSDORP, Jr, from
Hamburg, apparently belonging to the same family, emigrated to Pennsylvania
in 1700, with his wife Adrianna de VOSS and their children, and became a
preacher of the Germ antown congregation. Isaac KARSDORP (d. before 1708),
who also went to Germantown in 1700, probably also emigrated from Hamburg.
The Prussian Mennonite name KASDORF, found in Prussia, Russia, and
America, is probably of the same origin as KARSDORP.
"KARSDORP, Gerrit, a minister belonging to an old Mennonite family of
Leiden, several branches of which live in North Germany. He was a minister
at Friedrichstadt a, d. Eider and then at Hamburg, serving the church there 1718-
50. He was the first salaried minister of the Hamburg Mennonite Church,
receiving 1200 marks annually. He was zealous in promoting the instruction of
the children, and had 60 Durch question-and-answer books sent from Holland for
this purpose. He died on September 19, 1750. His collengue Gerrit Beets
delivered his funeral sermon, De Vrolyke gesettheyd eenes Christen tegens de
verschrikkingen des doods. (Hamburg, N.D.)*
*KARSDORP, Gerrit, Jr., son of the above, minister of the Hamburg-Altona
Mennonite Church, b. May 23, 1729, d. Oct 11, 1811. He studied history and
church history (Mosheim) independently. To learn merchandising he was
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