DANE - Danish Archives North East
DANE - Danish Archives North
- Danish Evangelical Lutheran Churches:
- Bronx, Trinity Danish, org. 1901, dissolved 1961, most members
joined Our Saviour, Brooklyn, which merged in to Christ Lutheran,
1957. (picture), 1179 Hoe
Avenue, Bronx; records at the Archive at Wagner College in Staten
Island. (Baptisms: 1903-1952, Confirmations: 1906-1951,
Marriages: 1903-1949, Deaths: 1904-1947). We have
indexed the records. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if
you would like us to look something up.
- The church was founded January 1, 1901 and the first pastor was
Kristjan Samsoe. There were 12 original members: P.T.
Lindhard, Aage Schroder, Mads Nielsen, Karl F. Sass, Valdemar J.
Petersen, Ellen Jensen, widow Frederikke Petersen and her
daughter, Valborg Petersen, Mathilde Nielsen, Olivia Samsoe born
Ebbesen, Eleonora Bjerring, and Marie Jensen.
- United Evangelical Lutheran Churches:
- Laurens (8 miles north of Oneonta), St. Matthew, org. 1915, 125
Main, P.O. Box 217, Laurens, NY 13796
- Danish Brotherhood in America Lodges:
- Danish Sisterhood of America Lodges:
- Schenectady, New York: Lodge 142
- Geneva, New York, Lodge 172
- Vital records - New York City:
- Marriages (mostly Brooklyn - very
few at this time)
- Danish Home for the Aged - Croton-on-Hudson, New York - website,
list of residents
- Danish American Social Society, formerly De Danske Vaaben Brodre of
1875, 326 E. 86th Street, New York City (1960)
- Askov Hall - Danish Club House “Askov Hall” is in the Bronx near the
Throg Neck’s Bridge on Dean Avenue off Lafayette Avenue. It has
been there since 1920. It was the home of the Trinity Danish Young
People's Society. Trinity church was on Hoe Avenue. The hall is
next to the German Club House “Turner Club” and the Swedish Club House
“Manhem”. It was a very popular Danish meeting place.
- Booster of the Danish Home for the Aged, Metuchen, New Jersey: