Anna Elisabeth von Rohr (1701-1767)
Anna Elisabeth von Rohr of Kexholm
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Sex: Female
Birth: January 22, 1700 (1700-01-22) (321 years ago)
Kexholm, Sweden
(now Finland)
Death: September 7, 1767 (age 67)
på gården Humpis, Nådendal, Åbo, Finland
Father: Joachim von Rohr (1677-1757)
Mother: Catharina Charlotta Klingenberg (1680-1758)
Siblings: Lucia Dorotea von Rohr (1702)
Lunetta von Rohr II (1704-1764)
Helena von Rohr (1706-1780)
Hans Christoffer von Rohr III (1708-1790)
Magnus Joakim von Rohr (1710-1722)
Brita Maria von Rohr (1711-1762)
Catharina Charlotta von Rohr (1714-1784)
Christina Dorothea von Rohr (1717-1800)
Gustaf Johan von Rohr (1723-1739)
Maria Margareta von Rohr (1725-1778)
Spouse/Partner: Anders Örbom I (1675-1740)
Marriage: September of 1719
Siberia, Russia
Children: Anders Örbom II (1720-1783)
Carl Joachim Örbom (1721-1810)
Erik Johan Örbom (1723-1802) ^
Anna Catharina Örbom (1725)
Gustaf Örbom I (1728-1730)
Charlotta Örbom (1730-?)
Gustaf Örbom II (1732-1807)
Christopher Örbom (1735-1828)
Sara Elisabeth Örbom (1736-?)
Petrus Örbom (1738-?)
Note(s): ^ Ruuth and Näslund and Winblad line

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Anna Elisabeth Von Rohr (1701-1767) also written as Vonrohr. (b. January 22, 1700/1701; Kexholm, Sweden (now in Finland) - d. September 07, 1767; på gården Humpis, Nådendal, Åbo, Finland)

Ancestry[edit | edit source]

She was a descendant of Hans von Rohr (1484-1569) Lord of Freienstien, Meyenburg, Neuhausen, Dremnitz and Leddin

Parents[edit | edit source]

Birth[edit | edit source]

She was born on January 22, 1700/1701 in Kexholm, Sweden. The county was ceded to Sweden by Russia together with Ingria by the Treaty of Stolbovo in 1617. It is now part of Finland.

Siblings[edit | edit source]

Prisoner of War[edit | edit source]

She was taken prisoner along with her father at the Siege of Viborg in 1710. All captured military officers and their families were sent to Solikamski in Russia.

Marriage[edit | edit source]

There she met Anders Örbom I (1675-1740), a captain, who was also a prisoner and they married in September of 1719 and had their first child: Anders Örbom II (1720-1783) in Siberia.

Children[edit | edit source]

They had the following children when they returned to Sweden:

Death[edit | edit source]

She died on September 08, 1767 in Åbo, Finland. She was buried in the church yard in Naantali, Finland.

Relationship[edit | edit source]

Anna Elisabeth Von Rohr (1701-1767) was the sixth, great-grandmother of Richard Arthur Norton (1958- ).

Ancestors[edit | edit source]

Anna Elisabeth Von Rohr (1701-1767)'s ancestors in three generations
Anna Elisabeth Von Rohr (1701-1767) Father:
Joachim von Rohr (1677-1757)
Paternal Grandfather:
Hans Christoffer von Rohr (1626-1700)
Paternal Great-grandfather:
Paternal Great-grandmother:
Paternal Grandmother:
Anna Catharina Cronman (c1660-?)
Paternal Great-grandfather:
Joachim Cronman (c1635-1703)
Paternal Great-grandmother:
Lunetta Makeléer (1639-1693) §
Catharina Charlotta Klingenberg (1680-1758)
Maternal Grandfather:
Johan Klingenberg (bef1665-?)
Maternal Great-grandfather:
Jöns Eriksson Klingenberg (1595-1649)
Maternal Great-grandmother:
Dorotea von Treiden (bef 1650-?)
Maternal Grandmother:
Catarina Elisabet Wellingk (bef1665-?)
Maternal Great-grandfather:
Gotthard Gotthardinpoika Wellingk III (c1619-1663)
Maternal Great-grandmother:
Kristina Hansintytär Von Trieden (c1623-?)

§ This line goes back 500 years in Scotland

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