Demel


I’m trying to dig out from an overwhelming amount of information I’ve received over the summer on the Plenzlers as well as still work through the backlog of Calvary Cemetery photos I have. So, today, we’re revisiting an earlier post about my 2nd great-grandfather’s father, that of Joseph Plenzler (husband of Mary Lesiecka). Bear with the wordy sentences when I describe these relationship, but my great-great grandfather and his sons and grandsons all had the same names as well as named their offspring similarly.  So it gets tedious at times.

Long story short, this is a follow up to an earlier post, located here:

http://kuschwantz.wordpress.com/2012/07/16/marianna-lesiecka-and-andreas-hirsch-more-puzzle-pieces/

Bartholomeus married a Barbara Hirsch in Czapury, Wielkopolskie, Poland, on 14 July 1850.  Marriage was witnessed by Andreas Plenzler, who likely is a brother to Bartholomeus and Joseph and Gregorious Demel, both of Wiorek.  Barbara is noted as “vidua” or widowed. Age of the groom is 25, age of the bride is 30. This is Bartholomeus’ first marriage.

Pertinent snippets from the marriage record are below. Click to enlarge.

Bartholomeus Plenzler and Barbara Hirsch marriage record 14 July 1850

Bartholomeus Plenzler and Barbara Hirsch marriage record 14 July 1850

Bartholomeus Plenzler and Barbara Hirsch marriage record 14 July 1850

Bartholomeus Plenzler and Barbara Hirsch marriage record 14 July 1850

Many thanks to Jim and Cinny Sobieski for their hard work and efforts with the Plenzler family! Time and again, I’m awed at the generosity of genealogy community.

The last marriage record to arrive from the Poznan Project was for Michael Mruk (Mrók) and Margaretha Plenzler.

Margaretha was my great-grand aunt, daughter of Joseph Plenzler and Mary Lesiecka. More on Margaretha and Michael here.

Transcription with a rough translation is below.

1866
No. 13
Annus et dies benedictiones sacerdotalis: November 12 — The marriage took place November 12, 1866.
Nomen sacerdotis benedictionmen sacerdotalem administrantis: L. Edwardus Annesburg The priest who officiated the marriage was L. Edward Annesburg.

Nomen, praenomen et cognomen sacro ritu coniunctorum. Sedes conditio et professio, et nomen benedictio sacerdotalis en ecclesia vel domi peracta sit. The names/personal names and family names of those who wish to be joined in the sacred right of marriage before this church.
Michael Mrók, Juvenis Michael Mrók, the young man
et and
Marianna Lisieka, Virgo Margaretha Plenzler, the maiden
ambo de Wiorek both of Wiorek

Utrum iam prius conjugum iniverint, nec non utrum ad hue sub potestate parentum vel tutorum sint. They are to put aside earlier times to undertake a life of  husband and wife to protect and defend

Aetas ages
Sponsi: 20  Groom, 20
Sponsae: 15 Bride, 15

Religio sponsi, sponsae Cath. Religion of the bridge and groom is Catholic

Cum consensum parentum. With consent of the parents.

Dies proclamationes: Marriage banns (announcements of the intent of marriage were made)
Dom. XXII, XXIII, XXIV p. Pentec. The 22nd, 22rd, and 24th weeks of Pentecost

Dies dispensationum, si qua forent: nulla Were proper dispensations made in case of annullment due to form (Null, first marriage)

Nomen, conditio et professio testium qui benedictioni sacerdotali adfuerunt: Name and identification of witnesses
Andraes Plensler, de Wiorek Andraes Plensler, of Wiorek
Josephus Demel,  Joseph Demel, of Wiorek

It appears that Margaretha’s uncle, Andreas witnessed the marriage. I do not know who Joseph Demel is, another clue to follow later since generally it was a blood relative who witnessed marriages. Unfortunately, no real new knowledge about the family from this record it seems!

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