FOSS, Holger Carl Frederik

Mand 1824 - 1878  (54 år)


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  • Navn FOSS, Holger Carl Frederik 
    Født 19 feb. 1824  Christiansted, St. Croix, Dansk Vestindiske Øer Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted 
    Køn Mand 
    Død okt. 1878  Christiansted, St. Croix, Dansk Vestindiske Øer Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted 
    Begravet 27 okt. 1878  Christiansted, St. Croix, Dansk Vestindiske Øer Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted 
    Person-ID I79327  My Genealogy
    Sidst ændret 26 jul. 2017 

    Far FOSS, Ole Stampe,   f. 20 sep. 1789, Nybøllegård, Nørre Kirkeby Sogn, Maribo Amt, Danmark Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted,   d. 21 maj 1865, St. Croix, Dansk Vestindiske Øer Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted  (Alder 75 år) 
    Mor UYTENDAELE, Lucretia Baroness,   f. 17 jan. 1805, 17 King Street, Christianssted, St. Croix, Dansk Vestindiske Øer Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted,   d. 2 mar. 1879, Christianssted, St. Croix, Dansk Vestindiske Øer Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted  (Alder 74 år) 
    Gift 14 dec. 1822  17 King Street, Christianssted, St. Croix, Dansk Vestindiske Øer Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted 
    Familie-ID F25661  Gruppeskema  |  Familie Tavle

  • Notater 
    • Jeg var blind, og indehaver af "Holgers Haab" på Sct. Croix.

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      Holger Carl Frederik Foss was born on St. Croix on 29 February 1824 and was baptized on 27 June 1824 in the Christiansted Danish Lutheran Church.


      No listed in the 1841 St. Croix Census.


      In 1846, he was living with his parents and siblings on estate Cotton Valley in East End B Quarter, unmarried, blind and supported by his parents.


      He had a relationship from about 1848 to 1870, he had a relationship with a house servant, Maria Theresa Martin, who was born on St. Croix in about 1828, a member of the Lutheran Church, the daughter of Pink Charles.

      In 1850, she was living at estate Cotton Valley, unmarried and a 1st class laborer.


      As of May 1850, he was living with his parents and siblings at estate Cotton Valley, East End B Quarter, blind.


      In 1853, they were living at estate Cotton Valley, in East End B Quarter.


      In 1855, he was listed as living at estate Cotton Valley, East End B Quarter, unmarried and blind. In 1855, she was listed as “Maria, 20 years old, member of Anglican Church unmarried, 1st class laborer, and mother of Luisa & Sally, both members of the Anglican Church.

      In June 1856, they continued to live at Cotton Valley, she being called “Maria Teresa.”


      In 1859, they were living at estate Holgershaab, no. 2 East End A Quarter.


      In October 1860, he was living with Maria, as “House Servant” at his own estate, Holgershaab, 2a East End Quarter, blind, unmarried and as owner of his estate.



      In 1861, they were both living in Christiansted, and he was a Fisherman by profession.


      In October 1864, he was listed as living in Christiansted, occupied as a Fisherman.


      In October 1870, he and Maria Martin, along with their children were living at 9a Hospital Street, Christiansted, not married, and he blind, and a Fisherman.


      He died and was buried in Christiansted on 27 October 1878.


      In October 1880, she continued to live at 9 Hospital Street, Christiansted with two of her children, employed as a Washer.




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