I thought I should do a little post about Hohenfier in Uelzen. Just in case some people are looking for a name or two.
I found the surnames and numbers in the book kindly written by Heinrich Porth.
But first I should address the name of the village Hohenfier location. If you punch in the name at rootsweb world connect search you may receive surprising results; if you were actually expecting it to be about the area of Uelzen.
There is another area with the village name of Hohenfier. Just as one finds the name of the village Husby. One finds it in South Trondelag and Sweden and North Germany as well. The other village Hohenfier , Flatow, Grenzmark, Prussia.
So be sure you know which you are really needing to look to find.
The Himbergen area of Uelzen is located up near the Elbe river which flows north. This area. Is often called Lower Germany. The people often speak Low German Or Low Dutch, or Plattedutsch. It is on the west side of the river over still a great deal. Hohenfier is close in kilometers to Roethen. You will find many websites about the forestery of Hohenfier. In my research of those who resided there often had the occupation of forester.
If you like you can look over some of my links about this area.
And the other area at Flatow.
On to the surnames and the families I am interested in at Hohenfier, Himbergen, Uelzen.
TEDGER/THEDER/& WICHTENDAHL/ SCHULZ
JAHNN OR YAHNN/SCHULZ
BEHN - BENECKE
I may have left off a few because I hit the area of Haassel and Hagen, while I was looking at the Burmester name and went off on that Tangent in my notebook.
Note: With my own research in mind, and other peoples trees I take note of: Grote, Burmester [Tosterglope], Behn, Sauck, Tegder [Tiemmeitz] Fratscher [was born Nahrendorf ],Bergman[ In Neetzendorf a owner of a home that might have been once a Behrens/ Meyer home, LUHR [Harmstorf], Scope [Wendekath][ Breese, Koestorf, Walmsburg, Tosterglope, Hitzacker]
Note: I did note a difference in spelling from time to time . Hohenfier was Hohenfuer.