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Anders Laursen
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Ædele Marie Tygesdatter
(1772-1809)
Hans Mortensen
(1770-1861)
Johanne Carlsdatter
(Omkr 1781-1839)
Sander Andersen
(1805-1867)
Johanne Catrine Hansdatter
(1811-1867)

Hans Sandersen
(1843-1891)

 

Familie

Ægtefæller/børn:
1. Marie Sophie Caroline Spittau

2. Chrestena

Hans Sandersen

  • Født: 26 Jan. 1843, Bredsten Sogn, Tørrild Herred, Vejle Amt
  • Ægteskab (1): Marie Sophie Caroline Spittau den 5 Jan. 1865 i Fredericia Rådhus, Elbo Herred, Vejle Amt
  • Ægteskab (2): Chrestena i 1883 i Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA
  • Død: 16 Jan. 1891, Leadville, Lake, Colorado, USA i en alder af 47 år
  • Begravet: 18 Jan. 1891, Denver, Denver, Colorado, USA

punkttegn   Dødsårsag: Selvmord med Morphin.

Billede

punkttegn  Notater:

Galanterihandler. Mormon.
(Galanteri: I det 17. og 18. århundredes fransk blev ordet galanterie overført på de gaver, der behagede kvinder. Til dem regnedes især de mange småsager, der spillede en rolle i kvinders liv, samt de redskaber, kvinderne benyttede til deres håndarbejde.)

FKT 1855: Bredsten Sogn. Hos forældre og 4 søskende (mormoner).
FKT 1860: Give Sogn. Hos forældre og 3 søskende. Noteret som "ikke medlem af noget trossamfund", moder mormon, fader og søskende lutheranere.
1.5.1860 tager han fra Give til Hvejsel Sogn (tjenestedreng) (Hans Sandersen).
1.11.1860 tilbage til Give.
24.11.1864 (mormonpræst) til Sønder Vilstrup
Ved vielse i 1865 har han stadig efternavnet Sandersen, men ved barnefødsel i 1866 bruger han efternavnet Sander.
FKT 1870: Badstuegade 18, kælder, Århus. Galanteriarbejder, fritænker. Med hustru (lutheransk) og 2 børn.
10.1.1872 (datters fødsel): Korsgade 44.2
31.1.1878 (datters død): Jægergade 3
Politimandtal 1.11.1878: Fiskergade 5.1

Den til Forsendelse med de Kongelige Brevposter privilegerede Berlingske Politiske og Avertissementstidende (9. november 1878) + Dagens Nyheder (8. nov og 10. nov 1878): Industriforeningen: Forevisningen iaftes udmærkede sig ved en righoldighed, som indskrænkede lokale næppe havde plads til, når hensyn tages til at gjenstandene skulle opstilles, så at de kunne ses........... Galanteriarbejder Hans Sander, Fiskergade 5 udstillede et Grotteværk (akvarium), sammensat af småsteen og conchylier med et par af ham opfundne nye bindemidler. Det smagfulde arbejde vandt fortjent påsøndelse.

Politimandtal 1.5.1879: Fiskergade 5.1
4.5.1879 (søns+datters dåb): Fiskergade 5.1, København
4.5.1879 (datters dåb): Jægergade 3.2, København
Politimandtal 1.11.1879: Has kone er alene i Fiskergade 3. og ligeledes i 1880-1882 - derefter kan de ikke findes.

Tager til USA i 1879:
Navn: Sander, HansStilling: Galanteriarbejder
Alder: 36Bestemmelsessted: Philadelphia
Kontrakt nr.: 61200Forevisningsdato: 5. apr. 1879
Sidste oph.sogn: KøbenhavnSidste oph. amt: København
Sidste oph.sted: Kjøbenh.Bestemmelses land: USA
Bestemmelses by: PhiladelphiaBestemmelses stat: Pennsylvania
Skibsnavn: Indirekte
IDkode: I7879S2001

Tanner Tolman: Hans' left his family on 5 April 1879 and traveled with a 23 year old girl named Ida whom he called his wife. A few days later they appear in Hamburg and then on 23 Apr 1879, they arrived in Brooklyn. I believe the possible match you found on the 1880 census in Brooklyn is him. There is also a matching Ida Sander living Brooklyn at that time and I believe this is the Ida he came to America with, although it appears at that time they had separated because he says he is widowed and she says she is single.

FKT-1880: Kan muligvis være denne:
Name: Hans Sander
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1880
Event Place: Brooklyn, Kings, New York, United States
Gender: Male
Age: 37
Marital Status: Widowed ????
Occupation: Frame Maker ????
Race (Original): W
Ethnicity: American
Relationship to Head of Household: Other
Birthplace: Denmark
Birth Date: 1843

2.4.1880 (søns dåb): Fiskergade 3.1, København
22.10.1881 (søns fødsel): Nørrebrogade 88A

Ved søn Jacobs indskrivning i Ny Sundbyvester skole 31.5.1883 står der: Forældre: Hans Sanders enke.

Ved FKT 1901, står hans hustru som enke siden 1889.

Leadville Daily/Evening Chronicle, January 17, 1891:
A sensational Suicide.
Hans Sander, after several attempts succeds in ending his career with morphine.
On account of his infedelity his wife leaves him in Denver and comes to Leadville, where he finds her - the explanation that followed.
One of the most determined and sensational suicides that has ever taken place in the city happened yesterday morning, when one Hans Sander, a well known musician of Denver, suicided, after three different attempts at taking his life by an overdose of morphine. The causes that led the awful deed were brought about by Sander's own action, again showing how easily(?) it is for one to leave the path of rectitude, that eventually brings ruin and desolation to the offender and those dependent upon him for support.

Sander was a man gifted above the average, upright in all his dealings and actions, until he met a woman in Denver, who eventually drove him to take his own life.
Seven years ago Sander married a widow in Salt Lake, and they shortly afterward removed to Denver, where he procured employment as a musician. Later he opend a music store at 2745 Larimer Street, where he carried on a succesful busines. It increased so that he enlarged his store. and hired help to assist him. One of his employees was a Mrs. Laura Johnson, a very handsome brunette, aged 24 years, and the mother of two exceedingly pretty children. She lived with her husband, who was a Mormon, and seemingly their relations were of the most affectionate nature. Last summer Mrs. Sander went to Montana on a visit, and while absent Sander and mrs. Johnson, forgetting their marriage vows, became criminally intimate. When mrs. Sander returned to Denver two month ago, she found out the true atatus of affairs and told her husband she would live no longer with him, and that he had better get a divorce from her and marry mrs. Johnson. She took her two daughters with her, children by her former husband, and left, arrivinf in Leadville two weeks ago yesterday. She secured a house at 363 East Seventh Street, and started to look for work for herself and children, who are aged respectively 18 and 10 years.
After being left by his wife Sander's conseience kept upbraiding him for the part he had played, so he left Denver and came in search of his wife, arriving here last saturday. After hunting the city high and low he succeded in finding his family last tuesday. He told his wife how ....... he was, and stated that life was not worth living and determined to commit suicide. He also prevealed upon her to die with him, and on tuesday evening, before retiring, each took a dose of ............, only causing extreme sicknes ....... vomiting. Wednesday evening Sander again took ...... , but dr. A.J. McDonald this time saved his life. The third attempt was succesful, .......the last and fatal dose thursday evening, from the effect of which he died yesterday morning at 6:30 o'clock.

punkttegn  Begravelsesnotater:

Riverside Cemetery


Billede

Hans blev gift med Marie Sophie Caroline Spittau, datter af Christian Spittau og N. N., den 5 Jan. 1865 i Fredericia Rådhus, Elbo Herred, Vejle Amt. (Marie Sophie Caroline Spittau blev født den 8 Apr. 1838 i Hildesheim, , Niedersachsen, Tyskland og døde den 19 Mar. 1913 i Salina, Sevier, Utah, USA.)

punkttegn  Om Hans og Marie:

• Vielse, 5 Jan. 1865, Sønder Vilstrup Sogn, Brusk Herred, Vejle Amt.


punkttegn  Parnotater:

Gift borgerligt på Fredericia Rådhus, vielsen noteret i Sønder Vilstrup Kirkebog.

Billede

Hans blev derefter gift med Chrestena i 1883 i Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, USA. (Chrestena blev født omkring 1840 og døde efter 1892.)




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Denne hjemmeside blev lavet 5 Mar. 2020 med Legacy 9.0 fra MyHeritage; indholdsophavsret og vedligeholdelse af claus-ane@outlook.dk