Otto Michael WIEGERT's burial record was found, but a baptism record was not. This may indicate that his parents did not live in the Groß Methling parish at the time, believed to have been around 1733.
Burial records for both Christian Michael SCHOKNECHT and his wife, Katharina Maria (WIEGERT), were not found, though their marriage record and a couple of their children's baptisms were. There was no indication that Christian Michael SCHOKNECHT was baptized in Groß Methling.
Those ordering this film in the future should note that the FHL's description -- Taufen, Heiraten Tote 1652-1875 Konfirmationen 1753-1875 -- is an overview of the records. What the researcher will find is actually:
- 1652-1685 Marriages
- 1694-1789 Marriages
- 1704-1711 Baptisms, Marriages, Deaths
- 1753-1799 Deaths
- 1786-1799 Marriages
- 1753-1799 Baptisms
- 1783, 1786-1799 Confirmations
- 1800-1870 Baptisms, Marriages
- 1856-1870 Confirmations
- 1800-1870 Deaths
- 1800-1855 Confirmations
- 1871-1875 Baptisms
Most of the records after about 1790 are easy to read and the amount of detail improves. Records prior to about 1790 are lacking some key details and don't always print that well. There was also a section of the records -- in the 1750s, as I recall -- which appear to have water damage.
Title: Kirchenbuch, Evangelische Kirche Groß Methling (AG. Dargun)
Quality: 6 (out of 10)
[genealogy, Schoknecht, Schuknecht, Wiegert]