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Johannes Nelsen Bang was born circa 1858 in Jutland, Denmark and died 6 August 1943 in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Louise Christofa Italia Marie Nielsen (c1864-1935) 27 October 1882 in Randers, Denmark.


Johannes Nelsen Bang (1858-1944) and his wife Louisa Christofel Maria Italia Neilsen (1864-1931) were both born in Jutland, Denmark, and they married on 27 October 1882 in Randers, Denmark. At some point during the later half of the 19th Century they immigrated to Australia from Jutland, Denmark on the SS.Dacca.

Johannes was a Gun Smith and Lock Smith by trade; he and his son 'Hans Bang' were members of the 'Danish Club' and both men were crack shots.



Children


Offspring of Johannes Nelsen Bang and Louise Christofa Italia Marie Nielsen (c1864-1935)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Lena Marie Italia Bang (c1887)
Anna Bang (c1891)
Alfred Bang (c1893-c1945)
Nils Peter Nielsen Bang (c1896-1948)
Hans Bang (1897-1972) 1897 Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 1972 Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Clara Anna Bertha Andersen (1897-1968)

Frederick William Bang (c1900)
Alexandra Bang (1902-1979) 7 April 1902 Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 20 July 1979 Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Alfred George Fogarty (1893-1961)

Bertha Bang (c1904)
Margaret Bang (c1907-c1907)




Sources and notes

§ Remains
  • BANG.—The Relatives & Friends of the late Johannes Neilsen Bang, of Musgrave St., Toowong, are invited to attend his Funeral, to move from Alex. Gow's Funeral Chapel, Petrie Bight, This (Saturday) Afternoon, at 1.45 o'clock, for the Toowong Cemetery. ALEX GOW, Funeral Director.
The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld.), 7 August 1943, page 6

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