Wieneke

Here is the Wieneke family. My mother’s mother was born, Mary Magdalene Wieneke.

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Heather and Eutrophia

Posted on December 26, 2014by Royal Rosamond Press

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Around 2:30 P.M. on Christmas Day, I opened my computer and showed Marilyn my post ‘Christmas with Eutrophia’. No sooner did she see the top photo, Mariliyn says;

When my sister Christine was nine, and my sister Vicki, was five, they saw a blue angel standing at the foot of Christine’s bed. I just found this photo of an angel over the head of Mother Dominica, the cousin of my grandmother, Mary Magdalene Rosamond.

And angel appeared above me just before I died. The fight I have with Patrice Hanson, is, she claims the light that surrounded OUR daughter, came from her mother that was like a guardian angel. Wrong! This angel and light comes from the Wieneke family who entered the Order of Saint Francis. That angel guarded MY daughter from the fake father, Randal Delpiano. Why wasn’t there an angel to protect Patrice’s two sons – that I took in to get them away from Randall? This alleged angel-mother did not stop her daughter from bonding with a criminal.

Heather can keep this angel and light, as long as she admits it comes via her real father, and HIS family! The Order is always looking for new members amongst the Wieneke and Starks, because Nuns and Fathers do not produce children. Heather was a candidate – before she was born!

John Gregory Presco

https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/10495293/person/130185419690/story

https://rosamondpress.com/2014/12/26/heather-and-eutrophiak

  • Wieneke and StarkTop to bottom: Phillipine Wieneke (Mother Dominica), Anna Marie (Wieneke) Stark, Rose Elizabeth Wieneke (Sister Callistus), Theodore Stark
    • About 1940
  • BurialBurial: Dubuque, Dubuque, Iowa, USADubuque, Dubuque, Iowa, USABonding With The SisterhoodPosted on March 25, 2017by Royal Rosamond Press
  • Above is a photo of the Wieneke farm in Iowa. Here Sisters of the Order of Saint Francis were grounded in America after they were forced to flee Germany due to Bismark’s Kulturkampf.  This is a story of how a religious order was helped by an American family who had immigrated from Germany fifty years before. The Wieneke family was given credit for preparing the way for Saint Francis, and, Jesus Christ.
  • They were seen as Saints.https://www.youtube.com/embed/TwDV1C5UZvM?version=3&rel=1&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&fs=1&hl=en&autohide=2&wmode=transparentLast night I read this book again, online. I was hoping John Stark would have posted the rest of the book on ancestry.com. He has not. I tried to get him to give this book to the Sister’ of Briarcliff. John said the book contained accounts that ranged “from the reidulous to the sublime”. You are going to have to cut and past this to url.file:///C:/Users/jongr/Downloads/Mother%20Mary%20Dominica.pdfPhillipine was a muse to an artist. Her brother studied at Louvain. There is a missing chapter on the “Family Grotto”. I suspect there were sightings here. Please, John, publish the rest of this book!  Members of the Wieneke came in close contact with the Order of Saint Francis that was forced to flee Germany. It appears they were The Keepers of The Miriam Cult. They wanted to spread the Devotion of Mary in America. The Wieneke Family were chosen to be The Messengers. They spoke German in their homes, as did the Sisters. Below is Father John, and his three sisters born from the same womb. My mother wanted me to become a Franciscan Monk. Her mother, Mary Magdalene Rosamond, said I was destined for the church. These are her cousins, and the sibings of Eutropia.The name Philippine is a German. In German the meaning of the name Philippine is: loves horses.There is a scene of the Wienekes taking the Sisters to church in their horse and wagon. This is the opening scene to a movie. I see the rolling hills of golden grass. The camera come closer in this Western secene, and everyone is speaking German. That John Kelly came home severely wonded in his fight with the secular evil in Germany, was very important. These Sisters knew their flock, and shen they did not hear from John and Eutropia, they sent an emisary to Ventura By The Sea. This is a Papal Emisary, as you shall read in my newspaper…………..Royal Rosamond Press.My sisters awoke to see a Blue Angel standing at the foot of their bed. There was a High Mass held in the Wieneke home to honor the dying mother who had given birth to the first American Sisters of the Order of Saint Francis. The term “papal rank” is used.https://rosamondpress.com/2016/05/09/bonding-with-a-blue-angel/Jon PrescoPresidentCopyright 2017https://rosamondpress.com/2017/02/08/the-franiscan-family-of-mary-magdalene-rosamond/https://www.youtube.com/embed/TgyPRoWIa5c?version=3&rel=1&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&fs=1&hl=en&autohide=2&wmode=transparent         http://www.catholicnews.com/services/englishnews/2016/health-care-is-a-right-not-a-privilege-pope-says.cfm

Wieneke Born In Verl and Detmold Germany

Posted on June 6, 2018 by Royal Rosamond Press

The Wieneke family has it roots in Verl and Detmold Germany. Members of the Wieneke family are buried here, and still live here. There is a riding club here. Lara Roozemond live 130 miles away. I had a dream about DNA. Will another Roozemond marry a Wieneke? Look at all the cousins I have in Detmold!

Did William Morris look at Hermann when he wrote ‘The House of Wolfings’? Sound like Lara playing the piano, in hope one day her hero will come.

ANSWER! Yes he did! I will never be that lonely again!

My Pre-Raphaelite hero, William Morris, based much of his material on the battle Teutoburg Forest. Everyone in the region owes me a debt of gratitude for raising them up, and giving the Protection of Hrosmund!

I spent eight hours yesterday looking for actors to play Frodo Pharamond and Rosamond. Lara Roozemond is – the one! When my professional people approach her, how can she turn them away. She will be famous – if she does!

John G. Presco

Copyright 2018

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However, The House of the Wolfings had a far more profound effect on The Lord of the Rings.  Morris showed Tolkien how to link reality and fiction without inflicting the horrors of allegory on the hapless reader.  Many readers interpret The Lord of the Rings as the history of an alternate world—but this interpretation is mistaken.  The tale of Frodo and his companions—along with all the voluminous associated materials—is really an alternate history of our own world.  In this particular, Tolkien is following the clear example of William Morris.  In The House of the Wolfings, Morris retells from an alternate point of view the story of the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest.

We all recall the accounts in Tacitus and Suetonius.  Arminius, a warrior of the Cherusci who had served as a Roman legionary, leads his own people and Germanic allies against three Roman legions under Publius Quintilius Varus.  Taken by ambush, the Romans are—incredibly—defeated.  Indeed, they are wiped out.  It is the most devastating military defeat ever suffered by Augustus Caesar, arguably the greatest and most influential statesman of all time.  Suetonius tells how he reacted:  Quintili Vare, legiones redde!  (“Quintilius Varus, return my legions!”)  The practical effect was to establish the boundary of the Roman Empire at the Rhine

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The monument commemorates the Cherusci war chief Arminius (in German, Hermann) and the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest in which the Germanic warriors under Arminius defeated three Roman legions under Varus in 9 AD. At the time it was built, the location of the statue was believed to have been very near the actual site of the battle, though it is now considered to be more likely that the battle actually took place near Kalkriese, a considerable distance to north west of the monument.

Upon hearing of the defeat, the Emperor Augustus, according to the Roman historian Suetonius in De vita Caesarum (“The Lives of the Caesars”), was so shaken that he stood butting his head against the walls of his palace, repeatedly shouting:

Quintili Vare, legiones redde!“ (‘Quintilius Varus, give me back my legions!’)

The legion numbers XVII and XIX were not used again by the Romans (Legio XVIII was raised again under Nero, but finally disbanded under Vespasian). This was in contrast to other legions that were reestablished after suffering defeat. Another example of permanent disbandment was the XXII Deiotariana legion, which may have ceased to exist after incurring heavy losses when deployed against Jewish rebels during the Bar Kokba revolt (132–136 CE) in Judea. 

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Frank Wieneke U.Kirchstr.12, 33415 Verl , Kaunitz

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Wieneke Hugo hairdresserKir c hstr .1 2, 33 4 1 5 Ve r l, K aun z

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Henrich Wieneke

Vital Events (2 of 2 timeline events)

  • Birth05 Sep 1734Verl, Gütersloh, North Rhine-Westphalia, GermanyDeath21 Sep 1767Verl, Gütersloh, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

Joan Otto Wieneke

Vital Events (2 of 2 timeline events)

  • Birth14 Sep 1704Sende, Gütersloh, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

Gerd Heinrich Junkerzufeuerborn

Vital Events (2 of 2 timeline events)

  • Birth04 Jun 1717Verl, Gütersloh, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

Franz Henrich Lukewille geb Berenbrinker

Vital Events (2 of 2 timeline events)

  • Birth30 Jan 1745MarriageAugust 1772 to Anna Elisabeth StutewilleVerl, Gütersloh, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

Anna Elisabeth Stutewille

Vital Events (3 of 3 timeline events)

  • Birth8 Sep 1735Sende, Gütersloh, North Rhine-Westphalia, GermanyMarriageAugust 1772 to Franz Henrich Lukewille geb BerenbrinkerVerl, Gütersloh, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

Anna Maria Catherina Kleineschallau

Vital Events (3 of 7 timeline events)

  • Birth9 September 1804Verl, Gütersloh, North Rhine-Westphalia, GermanyMarriage15 Nov 1825 to Heinrich WienekeVerl, Gütersloh, North Rhine-Westphalia, GermanyDeath15 February 1884Clinton Township, Linn, Iowa, USA

Marianna Heil

Vital Events (3 of 15 timeline events)

  • Birth1 Oct 1852Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USAMarriage14 Apr 1868 to John Conrad WienekeLinn, Iowa, USADeath8 February 1923

BELOW: Mary Magdalene Wieneke and her husband Royal Rosamond, and two of their four daughter, Bertha Mae and June

Anna Margaretha Junkerzufeuerborn (born Ottovordemgentschenfelde) was born in 1720, at birth place.

Anna married Gerd Heinrich Junkerzufeuerborn.

Gerd was born on June 4 1717, in Verl, Gutersloh, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.

They had one daughter: Elisabeth Wieneke (born Junkerzufeuerborn).

Anna passed away at death place.

Elisabeth Wieneke (born Junkerzufeuerborn), born 1747

Elisabeth Wieneke (born Junkerzufeuerborn) was born on month day 1747.

Elisabeth married Henrich Wieneke.

Henrich was born on September 5 1734, in Verl, Gutersloh, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.

They had one son: Jodocus Hermann Wieneke.

Jodocus Hermann Wieneke, Circa 1768 – 1840

Jodocus Hermann Wieneke was born circa 1768, at birth

Anna Margaretha Junkerzufeuerborn (born Ottovordemgentschenfelde) was born in 1720, at birth place.

Anna married Gerd Heinrich Junkerzufeuerborn.

Gerd was born on June 4 1717, in Verl, Gutersloh, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.

They had one daughter: Elisabeth Wieneke (born Junkerzufeuerborn).

Anna passed away at death place.

Elisabeth Wieneke (born Junkerzufeuerborn), born 1747

Elisabeth Wieneke (born Junkerzufeuerborn) was born on month day 1747.

Elisabeth married Henrich Wieneke.

Henrich was born on September 5 1734, in Verl, Gutersloh, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.

They had one son: Jodocus Hermann Wieneke.

Jodocus Hermann Wieneke, Circa 1768 – 1840

Jodocus Hermann Wieneke was born circa 1768, at birth place, to Henrich Wieneke and Elisabeth Wieneke (born Junkerzufeuerborn).

Henrich was born on September 5 1734, in Verl, Gutersloh, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.

Elisabeth was born on April 23 1747.

Jodocus married Anna-Margaretha Wieneke (born Lukewille).

Anna-Margaretha was born in 1774, in Sende, Gutersloh, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.

They had 6 children: Heinrich Wieneke, Anna Catharina Wieneke and 4 other children.

Jodocus passed away on month day 1840, at age 72 at death place.

Jodocus Henricus Wieneke was born on month day 1823, to Joseph Heuerling Wieneke.

Joseph was born in 1789.

Jodocus had one brother: Franz Wieneke.

Jodocus married Angela Maria Wieneke (born Kampmeier).

They had 5 children: Henrich Georg Wieneke, Johann Joseph Wieneke and 3 other children.

Jodocus passed away.

The name Verl was first mentioned in the expression ‘Henricus de Verlo’, which can be found in a charter from 1264. The designation probably relates to the farm estate Meier zu Verl, which belonged to a group of four estates that presumably came into existence around the turn of the first millennium. Some earlier documented references to estates in this area can be dated back to the year 1188.

Junker (GermanJunkerScandinavianJunkerDutchJonkheer, English: Yunker) is a noble honorific, derived from Middle High German Juncherre, meaning “young nobleman”[1] or otherwise “young lord” (derivation of jung and Herr). The term is traditionally used throughout the German-speaking, Dutch-speaking and Scandinavian-speaking parts of Europe.

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Meier Frank u. Wieneke U.Kirchstr. 12, 33415 Verl, Kaunitz

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Hänschen’s Reisedienst Inh. Rolf WienekeNiemeierstr. 22, 32758 Detmold, Jerxen-Orbke

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Schomann-Wieneke Beratungs- und Verwaltungs GmbHGehrenkampstr. 21, 32760 Detmold, Spork-Eichholz

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Wieneke DorotheaAnnastr. 10, 32756 Detmold, Innenstadt

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Wieneke Fritz u. GiselaBad Meinberger Str. 63, 32760 Detmold, Diestelbruch

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Wieneke GerhardKarl-Wehrhan-Str. 36, 32758 Detmold, Heidenoldendorf

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Wieneke GregorHeimstättenstr. 11, 32758 Detmold, Jerxen-Orbke

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Wieneke H.Bielefelder Str. 436, 32758 Detmold, Pivitsheide

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Wieneke HansHiddeser Str. 149, 32760 Detmold, Hiddesen

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Wieneke KarolaHahnbergstr. 3, 32760 Detmold, Heiligenkirchen

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Wieneke Marc u. AlexandraJahnstr. 14, 32760 Detmold, Hiddesen

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Wieneke Peter u. Gilhaus GabrieleSchützenberg 27 C, 32756 Detmold, Innenstadt

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Wieneke PetraFelsenweg 5, 32760 Detmold, Diestelbruch

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Wieneke Ralf u. BärbelSandstr. 109, 32758 Detmold, Pivitsheide

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Wieneke Rolf-Dieter und BrigitteRemmighauser Str. 34, 32760 Detmold, Diestelbruch

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Wieneke RonaldAuf der Heide 26, 32756 Detmold, Jerxen-Orbke

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Wieneke SieghardRemmighauser Str. 101, 32760 Detmold, Remmighausen

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Wieneke U. ArchitektSiegfriedstr. 67, 32756 Detmold, Innenstadt

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Variants of this name: WIENCK | WIENCKE | VIENNA | VIENCKIE | VIENNA | Wieneke
Place of origin of the Wieneke family: Detmold (Germany) | Arnsberg (Germany) | Munster (Germany) | Hannover (Germany) | Brandenburg (Germany) | Mecklenburg Western Pomerania (Germany)
WIENEKE Geseke City / Westf., D-59590, Kr. Soest, Nw (Arnsberg, North Rhine Westphalia, Germany) 1798 – 1873
WIENEKE Störmede Stadt Geseke / Westphalia, d-59590, Kr. Soest, Nw (Arnsberg, North Rhine Westphalia, Germany) 1757 – 1918
WIENEKE Bornholte, Gutersloh (Detmold, North Rhine Westphalia, Germany) 1826 – 1849
WIENEKE Senden, Gutersloh (Detmold, North Rhine Westphalia, Germany) 1664 – 1840
WIENEKE Verl, Gutersloh (Detmold, North Rhine Westphalia, Germany) 1734 – 1842
WIENEKE Verl (North Rhine Westphalia, Germany) 1798 – 1846
WIENEKE Bornholte, Gutersloh (Detmold, North Rhine Westphalia, Germany) 1826 – 1849
WIENEKE Senden, Gutersloh (Detmold, North Rhine Westphalia, Germany) 1664 – 1840
WIENEKE Verl, Gutersloh (Detmold, North Rhine Westphalia, Germany) 1734 – 1842
WIENEKE Verl (North Rhine Westphalia, Germany) 1795 – 1846

Grabsteine

Kirchl. Friedhof Eschede (Celle)
Auf dieser Grabstelle sind verzeichnet:
Wieneke, Dora (geb. Kahle) * 1860, + 1939
Wieneke, Elisabeth * 1879, + 1965
Wieneke, Wilhelm * 1846, + 1927

Achtung: Ein weiteres Bild dieser Grabstelle weiter unten!


Bildquelle: , 2013

Bildquelle: , 2013
Grabsteine52 Treffer für WIENEKE gefunden.NameGeburtsnameGeburtsjahrSterbejahrAlterFriedhofCaesar, AnnaWieneke19142004Friedhof Lauterbach (Vogelsbergkreis)Schoppmeier, MariaWieneke19111987Friedhof Marienmünster-Kollerbeck (Höxter)Schumann, HildegardWieneke19151985Hauptfriedhof PforzheimSeevers, MargareteWieneke19121999Waldfriedhof Syke (Diepholz)Wienekek.A.k.A.Friedhof Anreppen (Delbrück)Wienekek.A.k.A.Evangelischer Friedhof Bielefeld-BrackwedeWieneke, Agnes19252011Friedhof Marienmünster-Kollerbeck (Höxter)Wieneke, Alfredk.A.k.A.Friedhof Lüder (Aue/Uelzen)Wieneke, AnnaEhlers19811964Friedhof Neues Feld, Bremervörde (Rotenburg/Wümme)Wieneke, Anneliese19412008Kirchl. Friedhof Kaunitz (Verl)Wieneke, Anneliese19211993Evangelischer Friedhof Bad Oldesloe (Stormarn)Wieneke, DoraKahle18601939Kirchl. Friedhof Eschede (Celle)Wieneke, Elisabeth18791965Kirchl. Friedhof Eschede (Celle)Wieneke, Elisabeth19021982Kirchl. Friedhof Kaunitz (Verl)Wieneke, Elisabeth19101996Friedhof Lauterbach (Vogelsbergkreis)Wieneke, Elisabeth19071987Friedhof Laboe (Ostseebad, Plön)Wieneke, Erwin19291973Friedhof Bodstedt (Fuhlendorf)Wieneke, Frieda19111991Parkfriedhof Junkerberg, GöttingenWieneke, FriedaSchachel18961937Friedhof Wüllmersen (Diesdorf)Wieneke, Friedrich18821963Evangelischer Friedhof Bad Oldesloe (Stormarn)Wieneke, Georgk.A.1941Friedhof Detmold-Spork-Eichholz (Lippe)Wieneke, Gisela19482009Evangelischer Friedhof Bielefeld-BrackwedeWieneke, Gottlieb18911964Kirchl. Friedhof Martfeld (Bruchhausen-Vilsen, Diepholz)Wieneke, Hans19272006Kirchl. Friedhof Martfeld (Bruchhausen-Vilsen, Diepholz)Wieneke, Hans-Jürgenk.A.2013Neuer Friedhof Fehmarn-BurgWieneke, Harald19311984Kirchlicher Friedhof Bremen-Arsten/HabenhausenWieneke, Heinrich19101992Friedhof Marienmünster-Kollerbeck (Höxter)Wieneke, Heinrich19061981Friedhof Kiel-MeimersdorfWieneke, Helmut19121944Sennefriedhof – Ehrenfeld Soldaten, Bielefeld-BrackwedeWieneke, Herbert19171982Parkfriedhof Junkerberg, GöttingenWieneke, Hilda19142003Parkfriedhof Junkerberg, GöttingenWieneke, HildegardHauke19241995Parkfriedhof Junkerberg, GöttingenWieneke, Hugo19261986Kirchl. Friedhof Kaunitz (Verl)Wieneke, Ida19091985Alter Friedhof der Ev. Anstaltskirchengemeinde, Bielefeld-BethelWieneke, Johann19031970Kirchl. Friedhof Kaunitz (Verl)Wieneke, Josefk.A.1914Kriegsgräberstätte Vladslo (Diksmuide, Westflandern, Belgien)Wieneke, Karl-Heinz19572002Friedhof Geismarrain Fritzlar (Schwalm-Eder-Kreis)Wieneke, Kurt19432001Parkfriedhof Junkerberg, GöttingenWieneke, KätheLeiding19051997Kirchl. Friedhof Martfeld (Bruchhausen-Vilsen, Diepholz)Wieneke, Linchen19242016Evangelischer Friedhof Bad Oldesloe (Stormarn)Wieneke, Luise18831960Evangelischer Friedhof Bad Oldesloe (Stormarn)Wieneke, LuiseHautop19071994Friedhof Kiel-MeimersdorfWieneke, Manfred19362009Parkfriedhof Junkerberg, GöttingenWieneke, MarlenWolf19401988Neuer Friedhof Fehmarn-BurgWieneke, MinnaVöge18821948Friedhof Laboe (Ostseebad, Plön)Wieneke, Otto18761936Friedhof Laboe (Ostseebad, Plön)Wieneke, Rita19652009Neuer Friedhof Sylt-Westerland (Nordfriesische Insel, Nordfriesland)Wieneke, Ursel19252004Friedhof Kirchhuchtinger Landstraße, Bremen-HuchtingWieneke, Walburgak.A.k.A.Friedhof Lüder (Aue/Uelzen)Wieneke, Wilhelm18461927Kirchl. Friedhof Eschede (Celle)Wieneke, Wilhelm18921952Friedhof Wüllmersen (Diesdorf)Wieneke, Willi19041987Parkfriedhof Junkerberg, Gottingen

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