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1 Family History Library #1535186 Patricia S.M. Stinson Latin 420


3 Liber Matrimoniorum Ecclesiae Catholico-Germanicae ad S. Antonium Patavinum Civitatis Jeffersoniensis In statu Indianae Foederatorum Statuum Americae Septentrionatis Inchoatum A.D. 1868 Die 26 Aprilis A Fratribus Ordinis Minorum S. Francisci Conventulium Rita Matrimoniorum Superioris temporis existunt in Ecclesia Catholico-Hibernica ad S. Augustinum civitalis Ejusdem civitatis

4 Liber—-bri, noun, sing., masc., nom.,2 nd declen.=book Matrimoni0rum—matrimonium, noun, 2 nd declen., neuter, plural, gen.=of marriages Ecclesiae-classical ending of ecclesia-e, fem, sing., noun, gen. =of church Catholico-Germanicae =Catholic German Ad=prep +acc=at, for, to S. Antonium=St. Anthony Patavinum=see slide 8 Civitatis =civitas, -tatis, sing., noun, gen. =city Jeffersoniensis=Jeffersonville In—prep +acc or abl=in Statu—status-noun, masc, 4 th declen, abl =legal position, rank Indianae—classical ending, noun=Indiana Foederatorum=foederatus,adj. plural=conferderated, allied Statuum—status, noun, plural=states Americae—noun, sing, 1 st declen, gen.=of America Septentrionatis—septentrionalis, adj.=northern regions

5 Inchoatum—incoho-are, avi, atum, verb, to begin=beginning A.D. 1868 Die =on the day 26 Aprilis=26 th of April A—prep + abl=from Fratribus—frater-ris, m. noun, dat or abl, plural=brothers Ordinis—ordo –inis, masc, noun, gen. =of the order Minorum—minor, adj. smaller, less important S. Francisci—Francisco-I,, noun, 2 nd declen.=of St. Francis Conventulalium—conventus-us, noun, plural, gen=of religious houses, convent Rita—ritus-m, adj.,gen., =of rite, ceremony Matrimoni0rum—matrimonium, noun, 2 nd declen., neuter, plural, gen.=of marriages Superioris—superior-oris, adj. higher, plural Temporis –temporarius, adj. =temporary

6 Existunt– existo-istere, -titi,-tum, verb, to exist,= existing In –prep +abl=in Ecclessia –ecclesia, fem., noun, =church Catholico- Catholic Important to translate this next word as a Latin word, because there is a town, Hibernia in Clark County. Hibernica –hibericus –a—um, adj. Spanish Hiberna (-ae), f, Ireland, noun, Ad—prep+acc=at, for, to S. Augustinum=St. Augustine Ejusdem—ejus –pronoun his/her/its dem—idem same Civitalis, --civitatis, noun, gen. sing.=of city

7 Padua Town in Veneto, northern Italy, on the canalized section of the River Bacchiglione, 38 km/24 mi west of Venice; population (2001 est) 203,400. Industries include engineering, and the manufacture of clothing, bicycles, leather goods, and man-made fibres. The astronomer Galileo taught at the university, founded in 1222. Features include the 13th-century Palazzo della Ragione, the basilica of S Antonio, and the botanical gardens, laid out in 1545. Padua is the birthplace of the Roman historian Livy and the painter Andrea Mantegna. History Called Patavium by the Romans, it was second to Rome in wealth. The town was sacked in the early 5th century by Alaric, king of the Visigoths; and in 452 by Attila, king of the Huns. It was destroyed by the Lombards in 601, but recovered quickly. From the 12th to the 14th century, Padua was an independent commune of great economic and political importance, especially after 1318, when it came under the rule of the Carrara family. It was taken by Venice in 1405, occupied by the French in 1797, ceded to Austria in 1814, and became part of a united Italy in 1866. Features The cathedral (16th–18th centuries) has a baptistry dating from the 12th century. The Romanesque Gothic basilica of S Antonio, containing the tomb of the saint, dominates the town with six Byzantine domes. Its high altar has bronzes by Donatello, whose equestrian statue of Gattamelata stands in the piazza outside. In the Scrovegni Chapel are 39 frescoes by Giotto, and in the church of the Eremitani (restored after bomb damage in World War II) there are fragments of frescoes by Mantegna. Other notable buildings include the 16th-century, eight-domed church of S Giustina; and the neoclassical Caffè Pedrocchi (1831), formerly a salon frequented by intellectuals, now a cultural and conference centre. Padua also has a library (1629) and a civic museum housing archaeological remains, coins, and Venetian and Flemish paintings of the 15th to 18th centuries. Padua Province of northeast Italy in southeast Veneto region; capital Padua; area 2,142 sq km/827 sq mi; population (2000 est) 849,600.VenetoPadua

8 The book of marriages for St. Anthony Padua German Catholic Church in the city of Jeffersonville, the State Indiana, United States of America, northern region beginning on the 26 th day of April 1868 A.D. Brothers of the minor order of the religious houses of St. Francis Higher ceremony of marriages Temporarily residing in the Spanish Catholic Church for St. Augustine (Its ) The same city.


10 Clark County is located in southern Indiana, along the Ohio River, across from Louisville, Kentucky. It is bordered on the west by Floyd County, on the north by Washington and Scott Counties, and on the east by Jefferson County.County Seat: Jeffersonville Cities/towns: Jeffersonville, Clarksville History / Genealogy Links

11 HISTORY OF ST. ANTHONY OF PADUA Since 1851, St. Anthony’s Catholic Church has served the needs of the Catholic community in Jeffersonville and Clarksville. From modest beginnings as the only Catholic Church in Clark County, this parish has grown…weathered floods and fires…construction of the new church, after a devastating fire that destroyed St. Anthony’s Church in 1970. It dedicated the new building, where the church now stands, on May 23, 1972. 316 N. Sherwood Avenue Clarksville, IN 47129-2724 (812) 282-2290 Email: St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church has provided education since it’s founding. There is a St. Anthony of Padua Catholic School in Clarksville.

12 Archdiocese of Indianapolis established 1834. Diocese of New Albany Deanery

13 St. Michael, Charlestown St. Anthony of Padua, Clarksville St. Francis Xavier, Henryville Sacred Heart of Jesus, Most, Jeffersonville St. Augustine, Jeffersonville St. Paul, Sellersburg St. Joseph, St. Joseph Hill St. John the Baptist, Starlight

14 Clark County lies on the North bank of the Ohio River. A significant gateway to the state of Indiana, Clark County’s settlement began in 1783. The state of Virginia rewarded General George Rogers Clark and his regiment for their victorious capture of Forts Kaskaskia, Cahokia, and Vincennes from the British by granting them 150,000 acres of land. A small portion of this land, 1000 acres, became known as Clarksville. Clarksville, the first authorized American settlement in Northwest Territory, was founded the following year in 1784.The state of Virginia rewarded General George Rogers Clark and his regiment Organized in 1801, Clark County originally included all or part of Floyd, Clark, Harrison, Washington, Scott, Jennings, Jackson, Ripley, Decatur, Bartholemew, Franklin, Shelby, Rush, Fayette, Union, Randolph, Henry, Wayne, Jay, and Switzerland Counties. The platting of Jeffersonville occurred a year later.


16 Settlers from western Virginia, North Carolina, eastern portions of Tennessee and Kentucky arrived in the southern part of Indiana in increasing numbers after the War of 1812. These settlers, the majority of them farm families accustomed to frontier living, included many Scotch-Irish and Germans who had, in earlier generations, migrated south from Pennsylvania in the 1700s. Beginning in 1850 and through 1920 the foreign born were never more than 10 percent of Indiana's population, the largest percentage coming from Germany. Schools, churches, and social clubs of that nationality helped maintain the German culture in the state. The Irish were the second largest immigrant group in Indiana, although their numbers were not large. Later immigrants, in the twentieth century, came from southern and eastern Europe.

17 Baird's history of Clark County, Indiana Baird, Lewis C., Captain, 1869- President of the Clark County Historical Society, Assisted by well-known talent. Personal Author: Baird, Lewis C., 1869- Title: Baird's history of Clark County, Indiana / by Lewis C. Baird... ; assisted by well known local talent. Publication info: [Evanville, IN : Unigraphic, Inc., 1972] Physical description: 919 p. : ill., maps (some folded), ports. ; 26 cm. General Note: Includes index. Original version: : Originally published: Indianapolis : B.F. Bowen, 1909. Geographic term: Clark County (Ind.)-- History. Geographic term: Clark County (Ind.)--Biography. Holdings HBLL Copy Material LocationBaird, Lewis C., 1869-Baird's history of Clark County, Indiana / by Lewis C. Baird... ; assisted by well known local talent.Clark County (Ind.)-- History.Clark County (Ind.)--Biography. F 532.C5 B3 1

18 The Baird’s history clarified and verified, that the first catholic church in Clark County was St. Anthony’s, which housed German and Irish/English congregations. They outgrew the building, and so they built St. Augustine’s church, which was for the Irish/English.

19 St. Augustine Parish 315 E. Chestnut St. Jeffersonville

20 Church&city=Jeffersonville&state=IN&address=315+E+Chestn ut+St&zipcode=47130&country=US&latitude=38.273161&longit ude=-85.737751&geocode=ADDRESS&id=6188780


22 This large, active Catholic cemetery is located on the corner of Eighth and Main Streets, east of downtown Jeffersonville. I do not have an index for this large, active cemetery; however, I understand that additional information on burials here may be available from: Mr. Tuck Coots c/o E. M. Coots' Sons Funeral Home 120 West Maple Street Jeffersonville, Indiana 47130 812-282-1356 and St. Augustine Catholic Church 316 East Maple Jeffersonville, Indiana 47130 812-282-8821

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24 bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=86660&CScn=St.+Anthony+&CScn try=4&CSst=17&CScnty=801&


26 2. A.D. 1875 die vero 7a Februarii, praeiris doubus proclamationibus nulloqur detecto impedimento, ego infrascriptas in matrimonium conjunti Josephum Weber (anglice Weaver) filium legitimum Michaelis Weber et Mariae Laury, conjugum cath. viduum defunctae Mariae Margarithae Weber (anglice Weaver) cum Rosina Braun (anglice Brown) filia legitima Josephi Braun et Francisca Kaul. Ita testor P Lecopoldus Bonav. M. Mo__ygemba Ord Min. Conv. A.D. 1875 Die--noun, ablative case, feminine, singular, fifth declension=on the day Vero—adverb=in truth, in fact 7a—ordinal, nom-septimus, abl-septimo Februarii—noun, 2 nd declen, masc., gen.=of February praeiris—prae=before, ahead duobus—dat, abl, plural=two proclamationibus—proclamationis--noun, ending --dat, abl, plural in 3 rd= bans or decrees nulloqur—nullus, -a, -um, adj.= no, not, not at all, none detecto—detego, -tegere-tectus=to detect impedimento—noun, 2 nd declen., abl, sing.,=by, with, from a impediment.

27 ego—personal pronoun, nom. =I infra—adv., =below, underneath, scriptus—past participle of scribo=undersigned in—prep + acc. or abl=in matrimonium—noun, neuter, 2 nd declen., nom. Singular conjunti-conjuncti—verb, 3 rd conjug.=joined Joseph Weber (anglice Weaver) Filium—noun, singular, masc., acc.=son Legitimum—adj., singular, masc, acc =legitimate Michaelis Weber Et—conj=and Mariae Laury =Maria Laury Conjugum—adj. =married

28 Cath.= catholic Viduum--adjective, masc, acc, widow Defunctae—adj, fem, deceased Mariae Margarithae Weber (anglice Weaver)=Maria Margaritha Weber (anglo Weaver) Cum—prep + abl=with Rosina Braun (anglice Brown) Filia, noun, sugular, fem=daughter Legitime=adj., sing., fem, dat, or gen=legitimate Josephi Braun Et –conj=and Catharinae Danzbach Conj.—conjugum—adj. =married cath.=catholic Praesentibus –praesentia, noun, plural, 3 declen., dat. or abl.=present Testibus—noun, plural, 3 declen., dat or abl.=witnesses Josepho Braun Et -conj=and Francisca Kaul

29 Ita—adv, accordingly, therefore, so Testor—verb, singular,=witness P. Leopold Bonaventura Maria Mozygamba (third entry tells us middle names) According to Baird’s History, “The little church of St. Anthony….In 1875 Father Leopold Mozygamba, who succeeded Father Clements Luitz, commenced the erection of the present place of worship on Maple street, just above Wall Street. Ord. Min. Conv. =Title page: (Fratribus)Ordinis Minorum (S. Francisis) Conventulalium

30 Truthfully, on the 7 th day of February 1875 A.D., after two bans, no impediments found, I,the undersigned, joined in marriage Joseph Weber(anglo name-Weaver), legitimate son of Michael Weber and Maria Laury, married catholic couple, widower of the deceased Maria Margaritha Weber (anglo-Weaver) With Rosina Braun (anglo –Brown), legitmate daugther of Joseph Brown and Catharina Danzbach, married catholic couple. Witnesses present: Joseph Braun and Francisca Kaul. So witness, P. Leopold Bonaventura Maria Mozygamba, Brother of the minor order of the religious houses of St. Francis.

31 3. A. D. 1875 die 5a Octobria ego infrascriptus matrimonio junii justa ritum sanctae matris ecclesiae Franciscum Andriot filium Petri Andriot et Mariae Pitty conj cath. Cum Philomena Hublar filia Petri Hublar et Celestinae Bechar conj cath qui ante tres menses ante judicem saecdarem matrimonio junta fuerunt Testes fuerunt Petris Andriot et Johanna Nicola Ita testor P Leopoldus Bm Mozygamba M.C. Extraction: 5 th of October 1875, married Francisco Andriot, son of Petri (Peter) Andriot and Maria Pitty, married, catholic With Philomena Hublar, daughter of Petri (Peter) Hublar and Celestina Bechar, married catholic Wittnesses were: Petri Andriot and Johanna Nicola By Leopold Mozygamba

32 Title : Parish registers, 1852-1949 Authors: Catholic Church. St. Anthony’s (Jeffersonville, Indiana) Film Baptisms 1852-1949 - 1852-1899 has index FHL US/CAN Film 1535185 Items 11-12 History, communion, confirmations 1884- 1942 Marriage s 1868-1926 Deaths 1871-1939 FHL US/CAN Film 1535186 Items 1-3 Registers 1852-1927 FHL US/CAN Film 1535186 Items 5-8

33 1889 biographical and historical souvenir : Clark County Indiana /¸compiled and published by John M.Gresham & Company Gresham, John. Personal Author: Gresham, John. Title: 1889 biographical and historical souvenir : Clark County Indiana /¸compiled and published by John M.Gresham & Company. Publication info: Kokomo, IN : Selby Publishing, 1986. Physical description: 1 v. (various pagings) : ports. ; 26 cm. General Note: "This book originally included in one edition Clark, Crawford, Harrison, Floyd, Jefferson, Jennings, Scott and Washington Counties" -- t.p. General Note: Includes complete index of all counties. Original version: Facsimile reprint. Originally issued: Chicago : J.M. Gresham & Co., 1889. Geographic term: Clark County (Ind.)-- Genealogy. Geographic term: Clark County (Ind.)--History. Geographic term: Clark County (Ind.)--Biography. Holdings HBLL Copy Material Location F 532.C5 G737x 1986Gresham, John.1889 biographical and historical souvenir : Clark County Indiana /¸compiled and published by John M.Gresham & Company.Clark County (Ind.)-- Genealogy.Clark County (Ind.)--History.Clark County (Ind.)--Biography.


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