It was on June 27, 1977 that Djibouti gained independence from France.
And on June 27, 2007 Farouk Hosny, the egyptian Minister of Culture declared to international journalists that a mummy found in 1903 and so far neglected by research was identified by archeologists without a doubt as the female pharao Hatshepsut.
On my family tree we won’t meet a mummy for today 😉
She was the fourth of six children born into the marriage of the brick layer Joachim Heinrich HENNINGS and his wife Maria Dorothea Elisabeth née EVERT.
On April 14, 1889 she got confirmed into the lutheran religion in the church of Diedrichshagen, the main village of the parish.
The 1900 census states her living with her parents in Upahl.
Just 2 years later, on November 2, 1902 she married Johann Christian HINRICHS, a labourer from Rüting, Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Germany.
The remark with a pencil on the right provides information on the death of her husband.
So far I couldn’t find any children for the couple.
Auguste died on January 13, 1942 following a severe stroke.