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Armegot  ( Armegard) Papegoja (born Printz)
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LARS LEXT Web site in LARS LEXT Web Site, managed by LARS - INGE LEXT
Birth:1625
Death:Day Month 1695 - Place
Parents:Names of both parents
Siblings:Christina Örneklou (född Printz) and names of 4 more siblings
Husband:Name of husband
Children:Jöran Papegoja and names of 3 more children
Armegard Johansdotter Armegot Papegoja (born Johansson Printz)
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Birth:1625
Death:Day Month 1695 - Place
Parents:Names of both parents
Siblings:Christina Printz and names of 4 more siblings
Husband:Name of husband
Children:Jöran Papegoja and names of 3 more children
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Text:"... addition you have a chance of walking out of the theatre there is yoisr Thrill of spending hervacationHequoted her as being more than willing to Sweden but Armegot stayed Papegoja came back in 1655 to find..."
Date:Feb 17 1938
Publication:Tyrone, Pennsylvania, United States of America
Armegott Papegoja (born Printz)
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Sandra Web Site, managed by Sandra Gustavsson
Birth:1625
Death:Day Month 1695 - Place
Parents:Names of both parents
Siblings:Christina Örneklou (born Printz) and names of 4 more siblings
Husband:Name of husband
Children:Jöran Papegoja and names of 3 more children
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Birth:1625
Death:Day Month 1695
Parents:Names of both parents
Husband:Name of husband
Son:Name of son
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Text:"... and bibliogr. ArmegotPrintz married Johan Papegoja in New Sweden. She lived in Fort Christina until August, 1654, when she removed to Tinicum Island. In May, 1662, she sold the island to De la Grange for six..."
Date:Between 1638 and 1664
Place:Delaware, USA
Image:308 of 514
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Text:"... PatmsklioldskaJ Samllingen], quoted, 163, 651 Pamark, colonists from, 243 Papegoja, MadameArmegot, accompanies the Orn to Trefaldighet, 519; removes to Tinicum, 520; property of, stolen by the Dutch, 605..."
Date:Between 1638 and 1664
Place:Delaware, USA
Image:473 of 514
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Text:"... within the limits of the present State of Penn sylvania The old Swedish church called tho worshippers together with the sound of the first churchgoimr bell on the American continent But in May 1673 Armegot..."
Date:Sep 4 1923
Publication:Indiana, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... was the talle.st and handsomest man in the colonies, if tradition is to be believed, and his story, together with that of his accomplice, ArmegotPrintz, “The Proud Lady of Tinnecum,” is immortalized in Paulding..."
Date:Aug 3 1931
Publication:Kansas City, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... to the records for an undetermined part of the land bor dering the Delaware River be tween Chester River then Upland Kill and Marcus Hook Creek then Marcus or Cbichester Creek Through ArmegotPrintz Pappe goya..."
Date:Sep 7 1951
Publication:Chester, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...-iw\tA ahM he terminated its d*njwoy� and reckless career. U YKAftA AGO-It was an-muvM that glamorous Greta �iijrt may autka a movie depict- ing the life of ArmegotPrintz- the Tinicum "Hettty Green" of 300..."
Date:Feb 15 1963
Publication:Chester, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"..., together that of his accomplice, ArmegotPrintz, "The Proud Lady of is immortal- ized in Paulding's "Komngsmarke." And there was. built one of the first railroads in the United or, at least, it began at New..."
Date:Aug 19 1931
Publication:Huron, South Dakota, United States of America
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Text:".... Oxford Church, consecration of, 220; furnace in New Jersey, 160. PAPEGOIJA, John, son-in-law and successor of Printz as Governor of New Sweden, 61 ; returns to Sweden, 63. Papegoija, MadameArmegotPrintz..."
Date:1874
Publication place:Pennsylvania, USA
Image:499 of 520