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Leontine Friderike Henriette Hoffmann (von Breustedt)

Birthplace: (Kowno), Kaunas, Kauno miesto savivaldybė, Kaunas County, Lithuania
Death: Died in Baltenheim Schwetz/ Swiecie (Nazi Germany/Poland)
Cause of death: old age
Place of Burial: Swiecie, Świecie County, Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Friedrich Heinrich Eduard von Breustedt and Elmine Wilhelmine Elise von Breustedt
Wife of Ferdinand Hoffmann
Mother of Heinrich Werner Hoffmann; Elisabeth Voss; Anna Margarete "Ta" v. Christianowitsch and Erich Carl-Otto Hoffmann-Breustedt
Sister of Anna Wilhelmine Pauline von Breustedt and Helene Pauline von Breustedt

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About Leontine Friderike Henriette Hoffmann

Hello, dear readers, I´m trying to locate Penelope Daintry who posted this message on 18.09.2012:

Peny wrote:

My Great-Grandfather (George Cottam), worked at the Kreenholm Mill from the 19th Century, and was then the Manager for many years leading up to the Revolution in Russia. The story passed down through the family is that my Grandfather and Great-Grandfather were eventually smuggled out of Russia by their serfs who hid them in sacks, in 1917. Meanwhile my Grandmother and Great-Grandmother left on a ship that returned to England via Finland - carrying what silver they could inside their garments.

any info is more than welcome


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Here is an account of "Marienhof" because Leontines husband was "Papachen" Hoffmanns grandson :

near the little church Klein St Marien in northern Estonia (today the churc= h is called Vaike Maarja Virgin Mary kirik) my ancestor ,Peter Johann "Papa= chen" Hoffmann, in 1817 bought a humble estate which he called"Marienhof ". PJH was a merchant from Reval/Tallinn . PJH opened a shop at "Marienhof" and as there was no competition he became = rich in no time . A proper manor house was built- a long wooden building that can be seen eve= n to-day.=20 PJHs son, Georg, erected a small building for officials. In that building (?), the first Klein Marien/V=E4ike -Maarja school for gir= ls was opened in 1902.=20 The place as well housed the first hospital in Klein Marien/V=E4ike-Maarja = with four beds .=20 A Hoffmann worked as a doctor at that hospital.

In 1891, probably because of the competition by the newly opened railway-li= ne, "Marienhof" was sold by "Papachens" son Georg , to an Estonian called J= aan Allik who had become wealthy on running a tavern.

Obviously, the place has suffered a lot since then - though the attached dr= awing of 1978 shows that quite a bit was left even after those 100+ years But, when my Estonian friend Uku drove up there in 2009 to kindly take some photos the place looked rather poorly, indeed. From the fifties until the end of Soviet time (1991) Marienhof (or Muuriku = Mois ) was part of a colchos.

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Leontine Friderike Henriette Hoffmann's Timeline

May 4, 1865
Kaunas, Kauno miesto savivaldybė, Kaunas County, Lithuania
December 29, 1887
Age 22
Narva, Narva linn, Ida-Viru County, Estonia
December 20, 1889
Age 24
Narva, Ida-Virumaa, Estonia
March 29, 1892
Age 26
Narva, Ida-Viru County, Estonia
March 30, 1896
Age 30
Narva, Ida-Viru County, Estonia
July 15, 1944
Age 79
Baltenheim Schwetz/ Swiecie (Nazi Germany/Poland)
Swiecie, Świecie County, Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland