August 2 – Otto Heinrich Johann Evert

Julius Caesar defeats on August 2, 47 BC Pharnakes II. the King of Pontus in the Battle of Zela. Caesar describes his success with today’s famous quote “Veni, vidi, vici

Searching for the Northwest Passage Henry Hudson enters the Bay today known as Hudson Bay on August 2, 1610. He already thought to have entered the Pacific Ocean.

On August 2, 1948 Otto Heinrich Johann EVERT died in Sievershagen, Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Germany of a cardiac insufficiency.

death certificate Otto Evert

death certificate Otto Evert

He is one of four children I know of so far from Hans Friedrich EVERT, a farmer from Sievershagen and his wife Maria Katharina Henriette née WULF.

He was born on April 22, 1870 in Sievershagen. In April 1884 he got confirmed into the lutheran religion in the church of Diedrichshagen, the main village of the parish at that time.

The following record is the 1900 census record for Otto. He is stated as “Son helps on the farm”

census record Otto Evert

census record Otto Evert

On January 20, 1903 he married Friederika Katharina Dorothea BLOCK, a farmer’s daughter from Pohnstorf, Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Germany.

As far as I know by now they had one daughter: Sophie Frieda Magdalena EVERT, born 1904 in Sievershagen.

 

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