The Birth and Baptism of Konrad Lather – 1830

On 30 Mar 1830, Konrad Lather, son of Johann Georg Lather and his second wife Helena Hissrich, was born in Kirtorf, Alsfeld Kreis, Hessen-Darmstadt (now Germany). He was baptized in the parish church in Kirtorf, Alsfeld Kreis, Hessen-Darmstadt (now Germany) on 12 Apr 1830.

The Birth and Baptismal Record of Konrad Lather - 1830

The Birth and Baptismal Record of Konrad Lather – 1830

SOURCE: Kirtorf Evangelische Kirche (Kirtorf, Alsfeld Kreis, Hessen-Darmstadt), “Geburts=Protokoll der Pfarrei Kirtorf für das Jahr 1830. [Birth Records of the Kirtorf Parish for the Year 1830.],” page 15, Konrad Lather, 12 April 1830;filmed as Kirchenbuchduplikat 1808-1875; FHL INTL microfilm 0,855,108.

Click on the image above to enlarge it. Click on the link for a PDF copy of the Birth and Baptismal Record of Konrad Lather. This PDF document includes an image of the original document, a transcription in German Gothic, a transcription in modern German, and a translation in English. Translated from the German, the record reads:

15.
Konrad, son of Georg Lather

In the middle of the day on Tuesday, the thirtieth of March in the year of the Lord, eighteen-hundred thirty between eleven and twelve o’clock, after a credible report, the third child, the second son of this marriage of Georg Lather, citizen and butcher here in Kirtorf and his second wife Helena née Hissrich and, on the twelfth of April (Easter Monday) the child was baptized and given the name Konrad.

 The sponsor was:

Konrad Rullmann, citizen and saddler here, the brother-in-law of the child’s mother, who has signed the present document next to the father and me, the minister who performed the baptism.

[signed] Konrad Rullmann
[signed] Georg Lather
[signed] Johann Konrad Spamer

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One Response to The Birth and Baptism of Konrad Lather – 1830

  1. Stephanie says:

    Isn’t it wonderful to find original records documenting the events in the lives of our ancestors. Each one is a priceless piece of our past, and should be treasured. Thanks for sharing your discovery.

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