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Heinrich Hermann 
Frerichs
* 1803


Heinrich Hermann 
Frerichs
, of New Orleans, USA. 8 children, whose descendants were said in 1973 to survive in USA. The Ochta Spinning Mill in Russia was set up by he and his brother Johann Andreas (both Directors of De Jersey and Co,.) . Is this he? GUTENBERG (1863) The Bremen bark GUTENBERG was built at Vegesack/Grohn by Johann Lange, for the Bremen firm of Gerhard Lange & Co, and was launched on 16 May 1863. 301 Commerzlasten / 654 register tons; 42,2 x 9,9 x 5,1 meters (length x beam x depth of hold). International Signal Code: QBVL. She was the first locally-built vessel to be constructed entirely of cyanized wood (i.e., wood impregnated with quicksilver chloride). 1 June 1863, maiden voyage, Bremen-New York, under Capt. Hinrich Raschen, of Vegesack. The GUTENBERG was originally engaged primarily in the North American emigrant trade. She was considered a fast sailor, and in 1865 won a race with the Bremen ship ORPHEUS, traveling the distance from New York to Bremen in 22 days. Raschen was succeeded as master of the GUTENBERG by Johann Schlossbauer, from Bremerhaven, who died on board the vessel in 1870, on a voyage from Batavia to Liverpool, and who was in turn succeeded by Heinrich Frerichs, also from Bremerhaven. About 1875, the GUTENBERG was sold to the Bremen firm of Siedenburg, Wendt & Co. Her masters under the new owners were, in turn, J. H. Gerlach and Friedrich Averdam. In December 1885, the GUTENBERG, bound from New Orleans for Bremen with a cargo of wool, was stranded on the Tortugas Keys, off southern Florida, and became a total loss, although the cargo was saved and brought to Bremen on the steamship BREMA. The verdict of the Seeamt Bremen (3 July 1886) placed responsibility for the wreck on Capt. Averdam. Source: Peter-Michael Pawlik, Von der Weser in die Welt; Die Geschichte der Segelschiffe von Weser und Lesum und ihrer Bauwerften 1770 bis 1893, Schriften des Deutschen Schiffahrtsmuseums, Bd. 33 (Hamburg: Kabel, c1993), pp. 239-240, no. 256. [08 Oct 1998]

Born: Bremen, Germany 12th Nov 1803 Baptised:
Died: Buried:
Family:
Frerichs

Ancestors
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1.
Heinrich Hermann 
Frerichs
(
d'Aquin
) * 1803
2.
Peter 
Frerichs
(
Weber
) ante 1765 - ante 1812
4.
Jacob 
Frerichs
(
Loesekan
) 1732 - ante 1819
5.
Helene 
Loesekan
(
Frerichs
) ante 1746 - ante 1774
3.
Anne Rebekka 
Weber
(
Frerichs
) ante 1776 - 1853
6.
7.

Siblings


1.
Helene 
Frerichs
(
Knoop
) 1792 - post 1812
2.
Anna Rebekka 
Frerichs
(
Knoop
) 1793 - 1877
3.
Anna Geneta 
Frerichs
(
Otto
) 1794 - post 1810
4.
Anna Heman 
Frerichs
* 1796
5.
Jacob Andreas (Andreas) 
Frerichs
1797 - ante 1881
6.
John Andrew (Johann Andreas) 
Frerichs
(
Prestin
,
Barnes
) 1799 - 1866
7.
Hermann 
Frerichs
(
Kleine
) 1800 - 1879
8.
Peter 
Frerichs
(
Pieper
) 1801 - post 1826
9.
August H. 
Frerichs
* 1805
10.
Johanna J.C. 
Frerichs
* 1807
11.
Dorathea M.H. 
Frerichs
* 1809
12.
Johann Heinrich 
Frerichs
(
Spreen
,
Folkmann
) 1811 - 1868

Spouses



1. post 1820
Althee 
d'Aquin
(
Frerichs
) + post 1820

Descendants
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Timeline


12th Nov 1803Born Bremen, Germany
post 1820Married
Althee 
d'Aquin
(
Frerichs
) + post 1820
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