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) (317 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
VonRohr marriage 001a
Nådendal kyrkan i Finland

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)


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



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.


Prisoner of WarEdit

She was taken prisoner along with her father at the Battle of Poltava in the Ukraine. All captured military officers and their families were sent to Solikamsk, Perm, Russia.


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.


They had the following children when they returned to Sweden:


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


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


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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