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MyHeritage Family Trees
Ingman Web Site, managed by Tommy Ingman
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
MyHeritage Family Trees
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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
MyHeritage Family Trees
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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:"... - over de vierhundret pondt woeg). MadamePrintz, the Governors wife, who was Maria von Linnestau. ArmegotPrintz, later MadamePapegoja ►daughters of the Governor. Catherine Printz Christina Printz Elsa..."
Date:1912
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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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 1911
Publication place:Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"..., 620 Palestina, 391 Palmsk\ioldska \ Saml\_ingen\, quoted, 163, 651 Pamark, colonists from, 243 Papegoja, MadameArmegot, accompanies the Orn to Trefaldighet, 519; removes to Tinicum, 520; property of..."
Date:Between 1638 and 1911
Publication place:Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... that he weighed over 400 pounds - over de vierhundret pondtwoeg). MadamePrintz, the Governors wife, who was Maria von Linnestau. ArmegotPrintz, later Madame Papegoj a Catherine Printz Christina Printz..."
Date:1912
Place:Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... - over de vierhundret pondt woeg). MadamePrintz, the Governors wife, who was Maria von Linnestau. ArmegotPrintz, later MadamePapegoja Catherine Printz Christina Printz j-daughters of the Governor. Elsa..."
Date:1912
Place:Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... ArmegotPrintz, 85 ; Bill of Sale from, 86 ; supported by the Holland Government, 96; sells- her property, 97 ; returns to Sweden, id. Papists at Ephrata, 39S. Paradise Point, first landing-place of Swedes..."
Date:1874
Place:Delaware, USA
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Text:"..., consecration of, 220 ; furnace in New Jersey, 160. PAPEGOIJA, John, son-in-lan- and successor of Printz as Governor of New Sweden, 61 ; returns to Sweden, 63. Papegoija, MadameArmegotPrintz, 85 ; Idill..."
Date:1874
Place:Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"..., consecration of, 220 ; furnace in New Jersey, 160. F) APEGOIJA, John, son-in-law and suci cessor of Printz as Governor of New Sweden, 61 ; returns to Sweden, 63. Papegoija, MadameArmegotPrintz, 85 ; Bill..."
Date:1874
Place:Pennsylvania, USA
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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
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Text:"... called the worshippers together in the old Swedes church. In May, 1673, ArmegotPrintz - she so wrote her name in the receipt - to obtain money, of which she appears to have been much in need, sold..."
Date:1880
Place:Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... at Tenacongh, and preferred calling herself ArmegotPrintz rather than Madame Papegoija. They still tell of the lady at Tenacong, how haughty she was, and how she oppressed the poor when she was in prosperity..."
Date:1874
Place:Delaware, USA
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Text:"... at Tenacongh, and preferred calling herself ArmegotPrintz rather than Madame Papegoija.^ They still tell of the lady at Tenacong, how haughty she was, and how she oppressed the poor when she was in prosperity..."
Date:1874
Place:Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... called the worshippers together in the old Swedes church. In May, 1673, ArmegotPrintz - she so wrote her name in the receipt - to obtain money, of which she appears to have been much in need, sold..."
Date:1880
Place:Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... the Swedes over the success of Pappegoya, who evidently outwitted Stuyvesant. He was the hero of the hour, and his wife, Lady ArmegotPrintz, daughter of Governor Printz, was assiduous in her efforts to make..."
Date:1884
Place:Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... at Tenacongh, and preferred calling herself ArmegotPrintz rather than Madame Papegoija. 2 They still tell of the lady at Tenacong, how haughty she was, and how she oppressed the poor when she was in prosperity..."
Date:1874
Place:Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"..., 335, 387; in West New Jersey, 347. Printing-press, first south of New England, 224 n. Printz, Armegot, see Papegoya, Armegot. Printz, Gov. Johan, 114; hospitality of, 28; appointment of, 65; the Dutch..."
Date:Between 1630 and 1707
Publication place:New York, USA