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2006/12/03 11:54:13
Bernd H . Siebert
Datum 2006/12/03 12:30:55
Rena McCarthy
[HN] Johann August Hattorf(f) Sergeant in the KGL
2006/12/03 00:50:11
Walter Bitterberg
Re: [HN] Johann August Hattorf(f) Sergeant in the KGL (Correction)
Betreff 2006/12/22 16:27:32
[HN] KB Neustadt am RĂĽbenberge
2006/12/03 11:25:04
Autor 2006/12/03 20:46:24
Re: [HN] Hattorffs in the KGL (Rena)

Re: [HN] Johann August Hattorf(f) Sergeant in the KGL (Walter)

Date: 2006/12/03 12:19:11
From: AJHattorf <AJHattorf(a)...

In einer eMail vom 03.12.2006 05:23:57 Westeuropäische Normalzeit schreibt  

One  wonders if Johann August Hattorf could be an illegitimate son of one 
of  the  Hattorf families mentioned above. In the Ortsfamilienbuch there  
is no evidence of that.

Hi Walter
:-)))))))) That was my idea too. And i think i have a certain proof that it  
could be so. I found this at
 _New York Petitions for Naturalization_ 
( . Frederick A Vn  hattore.
Indeed the picture is bright and clear visible the name  is Frederick A. von 
Hattorf there is no daubt and there was only one Frederick A  living in NY in 
those years ..... the son of Johann August Hattorff. But why did  he say his 
name is von Hattorf? 
The first one in Uslar Hattorf, Johann Philipp,  Erbherr, Oberfaktor was 
nobled with his 2 brothers in the year 1733 but he had  children before! And this 
is the one who is under strong suspicion to be my  ancestor too! 
He married 1721 in Wernigerode/Harz one year before my  ancestor Johann 
Friedrich was born. And he got money from the Duke of  Wernigerode for "his work". 
And later that little Johann Friedrich who is my  ancestor was getting a job 
from the Duke of Wernigerode and stayed till the end  of his life there.

The fact that Johann Philip v. Hattorff was  "Eisenfaktor" means he had to 
cut wood in the forests around Wernigerode (at  this time he was not nobled he 
was only Johann Philip Hattorff) and his wife was  with him, so it may be my 
ancestor is born in a lonely blockhouse in the forest  and might have the same 
fate as Johann August, cause this is the second i cant  find. And i don't 
think, that in those days families had only one  son.