Fredrikke Sophie (Heinrich) (Heinrich)

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Fredrikke Sophie (Heinrich) baronesse Bolten
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updated February 06, 2019
Fredrikke Sophie Heinrich Heinrich was born into the Heinrich family and married into the baronesse Bolten family.

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Other Boltens

Jody A Bolten
Sep 6, 1975 - Mar 12, 2005
John Bolten
Nov 26, 1893 - November 1982
Boston, MA
Katherine Bolten
Jun 4, 1899 - May 1981
Boston, MA
Evie Sophia Bolten
Apr 29, 1930 - Sep 20, 2010
Saint Petersburg, FL
Jeanette Bolten
Jun 19, 1897 - April 1981
Brooklyn, NY
Edward F Bolten
Jun 29, 1909 - Dec 12, 2000
Brooklyn, NY
Harry Bolten
Sep 14, 1898 - March 1968
Brooklyn, NY
Loretto F Bolten
Feb 22, 1919 - May 3, 2008
Ridgewood, NJ
Florence A Bolten
Jan 4, 1919 - Aug 25, 2006
Roscoe, NY
Max Bolten
Feb 20, 1891 - April 1966
Cocoa Beach, FL
George Bolten
Sep 14, 1936 - February 1984
William Joseph Bolten
Dec 18, 1920 - Jun 5, 2010
Ridgewood, NJ
Carl M Bolten
Dec 25, 1919 - Jul 31, 2009
Waterford, MI
R Bolten
Jan 27, 1941 - Jul 15, 1992
Joachim H Bolten
Jun 19, 1920 - Feb 10, 2006
Peabody, MA
Irene C Bolten
Dec 31, 1899 - Feb 16, 1991
Little Neck, NY
Henry Bolten
Aug 3, 1925 - Jun 27, 2011
Roscoe, NY
Helen Bolten
Mar 8, 1940 - Apr 26, 2006
Phoenicia, NY
Charles Bolten
Feb 15, 1896 - July 1968
East Islip, NY
Ursula Bolten
Aug 22, 1907 - March 1984
Toms River, NJ

Other Heinriches

Gerd Heinrich
Nov 7, 1896 - December 1984
Dryden, ME
Marie Heinrich
Sep 15, 1904 - April 1971
Anita G Heinrich
Mar 5, 1941 - Oct 6, 2010
North Collins, NY
Alicia Heinrich
Aug 22, 1905 - December 1980
Oscar Heinrich
Dec 6, 1883 - February 1966
Chelmsford, MA
Martha Heinrich
Mar 15, 1887 - June 1977
Theodor Heinrich
Nov 29, 1910 - March 1981
South Gate, CA
Meta Heinrich
May 3, 1899 - August 1984
Lawrence, MA
Claire Heinrich
Aug 10, 1943 - March 1987
Dedham, MA
William Heinrich
Feb 13, 1905 - March 1982
South Hadley, MA
Mabel W Heinrich
Sep 24, 1903 - March 1993
South Hadley, MA
Charlotte M Heinrich
Dec 19, 1919 - Jan 30, 2011
Derry, NH
Frank Heinrich
Jan 20, 1898 - December 1969
Enfield, NH
Bertha Heinrich
Aug 17, 1893 - Dec 24, 1988
Lawrence, MA
Milton R Heinrich
Nov 25, 1919 - Jun 23, 1994
Los Altos, CA
E B Heinrich
Oct 26, 1943 - Aug 15, 1996
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