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1221 St Gertrud Catholic Cemetery Entrance, Lohne, Germany

The final resting place of Fortmann's, Gross & Kleine Fortmann's, Landwehr's, Krogmann's Haskamp's and the Catholics of Lohne from 1834 back to 1221 and the Medieval town of Lohne founded 980 AD

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Fortmann [a Kleine] Clemens (I) August Ludwig
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Status: Located

Owner/SourceHelmut Zender
Date22 Apr 2008
PlaceSt Gertrud Cemetery
File nameSt Gertrud CemeteryGetAttachment.jpg
File Size16.66k
ID200
Dimensions320 x 240
Linked toKleineFortmann Anna Maria, (Grandmother of Clemens, Heinrich & Anna Maria}; KleineFortmann Hermann Heinrich, Proven Kleinefortmann Great Grandfather of Clemens, Heinrich & Anna Maria; Lutke Fortmann Johan; Lutke Fortmann Otto; Lutke Fortmann Otto; Lutke Fortmann [a Kleine ? ] Dirich; Vorde [a Kleine ? ] Menke Tom; Vortman or Fortmann Herman; Vortmann [Kleinefortmann, probable] Herman; Vortmann [Kleinefortmann, Proven] Wilhelm Wilke

0815 to 855 to Present.......St. GERTRUDE KATHOLICISCHEN KIRCHE, Site of future Lohne, Primeval Forests, Westphalia, Germany

Notes: Founded between 815 and 855 by Benedictine Irish & English Monks, who, having obtained permission from the region's Prince, sailed down the Ems and Rhine Rivers to convert the local heathen Germans............ Burial Cemetery for VORDE, VORTMANN, KLEINEFORTMANN, GROSSFORTMANN, FORTMANN, KROGMANN, HASKAMP as well as the Brettberg Castle Lords Ehrendorf and Dorgelo who were the Lords of the Fortmann's from at least 1381 [only 32 years after "The Great Pestilance".] into the late 1700's.

 0815 to 855 to Present.......St. GERTRUDE KATHOLICISCHEN KIRCHE

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11221 St Gertrud Catholic Cemetery Entrance, Lohne, Germany 1221 St Gertrud Catholic Cemetery Entrance, Lohne, Germany
The final resting place of Fortmann's, Gross & Kleine Fortmann's, Landwehr's, Krogmann's Haskamp's and the Catholics of Lohne from 1834 back to 1221 and the Medieval town of Lohne founded 980 AD  
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