11.08.2014

Birth date number 1 songs

In Numerology, 1 carries the energy of being an individual, a solo player and everything that entails. Just as the number 1 comes first in the numeric system, so it carries this energy through in a numerology analysis. In terms of the personal characteristics of the numerology number 1, the energy is associated with that of the stereotypical alpha male; assertive, dominant, masculine and self-reliant.
As it relates to time, numerology 1 represents new beginnings, new occurrences, new arrivals. The rules of reduction in the calculation of Numerology measures takes every number greater than 9, adds the digits together to reduce to a single number. Numerology 10 meaning – Numerology 10 can represent the very beginning of new ideas and developments. Numerology 19 meaning– Numerology 19 can represent the the self coming into power and being tested by it. Numerology 28 meaning – Numerology 28 can represent people connecting or disconnecting which brings about new beginnings.
Numerology 37 meaning – Numerology 37 can be quite a strong spiritual number as it can indicate the coming together of mind, body and spirit creating new understanding of the self.
Numerology 64 meaning – Numerology 64 can represent new love in the home or the workplace. Numerology 73 meaning – Numerology 73 is another great vibration for writing and expressing thoughts in creative way. Numerology 82 meaning – Numerology 82 is the vibration of the successful organization. As you read the meaning of the double digit ciphers you will get a good sense of the Numerology 1 characteristics; new beginnings, new ideas, leadership.
I was intrigued by the submission that you, and others, had of our Thomas Buck and Elizabeth Scott being married in Glastonbury, CT, instead of Middletown, (or even instead of Litchfield, CT--which we had thought might be the case based upon the hand-written additional comment in the Endowment House records--even though it was added at a later date by a different hand).A  So, I decided to check the Glastonbury, CT vital records to see if I could truly identify our grandparents as the ones married there, and if so, on what date. We have always understood that our grandfather Thomas Buck was the son of another Thomas Buck, but this record, so far, does not give Thomasa€™ father's name.A  However, there was one other Thomas Buck living in Glastonbury at that time and he died there on Aug.
Richard Goodale, oldest living son of John, by his first wife, sailed to Massachusetts in 1637 and settled in Newbury, MA. Many of these early records merely make a passing comment about one person in that community by the name of Buck but it points out that a family by that name resided there.
Not all of these Buck families were related to each other, nor do we know the ancestry of these persons. The first, and only verifiable record of a€?OURa€? Thomas Buck, was his marriage to Elizabeth Scott (discussed above) on 4 May 1738 in Glastonbury, CT. We know that Elizabeth Scott was 21 years old (born 30 July 1717 in Glastonbury, CT) at the time of her marriage [see above] and therefore we conclude that a€?OURa€? Thomas Buck would most likely have been of a similar age (born between 1710-18).
The problem that genealogists face is that there were multiple Thomas Bucks, but there is good documentation for the birth and parentage of only one or two of them. The lucky Thomas Buck who was so avidly claimed by many wishful descendants was born on 6 Sep. But, we are not the only family to have laid claim to that same (1712) Thomas, as our progenitor.
One of the Thomas Bucks of this era was noted as being the a€?Thomas Buck from Hebrona€? but how to identify him as one of the others is also a mystery.
In summary, it is possible, but not provable, that OUR Thomas Buck (the husband of Elizabeth Scott) could have been the man born in 1712 to Thomas Buck, Sr.
Ours?: Yes No ??? Remembering the many disclaimers given previously in the sections above of this recitation, we will proceed to give some background on a very prominent Buck family that settled in central Connecticut early in the colonial period. Because the first record of our Thomas Buck comes from Glastonbury, CT with his marriage there in 1738 to Elizabeth Scott, it is possible that our earliest known ancestor may have fit somewhere into this clan.
The above record seems to be the source that so many researches have chosen to follow, but it is not the only record for a Thomas Buck and conflicts with some of the others.
Note that the above author tells us that the 1712 Thomas Buck was called a€?of Hebrona€? indicating that while he was not born there, he must have lived there for some time.
Instead, this author, Samuel Buck, brings in some of the Scituate, MA, Bucks, who we have mentioned in an earlier place.
Here this author is tying this family back into the Middletown Bucks, contrary to the prior author (Stiles) above.
I hate to leave the reader with a bigger problem, rather than a tidy solution, but Ia€™m afraid there is no easy remedy for our Thomas Buck. At least we have been able to trace OUR Thomas Buck back to his 1738 wedding in Glastonbury, CT., to Elizabeth Scott, the daughter of Thomas and Marcy (Goodale) Scott.


It has also been noticed that a great deal of the temple work has already been done for most of these people via the extraction program, or some other efforts, which resulted in the individual ordinances being mostly completed, but the sealings, in too many cases, were incorrectly done and should be corrected to seal us to our true ancestors. From that author I also obtained photocopied pages from another village a few miles to the north by the name of Goettelfingen in Freudenstadt, Schwarzwaldkreis, Wuerttemberg. Our story begins in the small village of Pfalzgrafenweiler in the Black Forest District (or a€?Circlea€? -- Schwarzwaldkreis) of the ancient Duchy of Wuerttemberg, in what is now a state in the south-western corner of Germany. Our first known ancestor was Balthas (short for Balthasar) Kirschenmann of Pfalzgrafenweiler. Heinricha€™s second wife was Maria Otth (pronounced Ott) and she was the daughter of Wilhelm Otth (who was born about 1578 and was a€?ofa€? Egenhausen in the same area of the Black Forest (Schwarzwald) by his wife Ottilia Hayr (born about 1600 in Woernersberg in Wuerttemberg, who in turn was the daughter of Anton Hayr and his wife, whose name is unknown). Maria Otth was the fifth of six children who was almost five years old when her father died.
Their son, Hanss Martin Kirschenmann (aka: Johann Martin Kirschenmann) is our direct ancestor.
Matthias earned his living as a day-laborer doing any odd jobs he could in order to support his two large families. Matthiasa€™ second child by his first wife, Anna Catharina Schmid (normally went solely by her middle name of Catharina) married our Johann Martin Kirschenmann in Pfalzgrafenweiler on 28 Jan. Note too that for children #2 & 3 above, the father's name is given in the more formal manner of a€?Johanna€? rather than the common name of a€?Hanssa€? that he typically used. We do not yet know of the deaths of any of these children (other than the first child, our ancestor, the son, Hanss Martin Kirschenmann, who died in Bedford County, Virginia, USA in 1804.
In those days it was very common for a family to give multiple children the same first name.
Agnes Schwartz was born on 27 April 1732 in Goettelfingen, Freudenstadt, Wuerttemberg, Germany, a village that is about five miles northwest of Pfalzgrafenweiler. We dona€™t know when or where Agnesa€™ father was born, but her mother was born in Goettelfingen on 16 July 1702 and we have obtained quite an amount of information for her ancestry in that town that will not be given in this write-up but will be included in the PAF file for this family. After the births of the first two children, this family moved in 1737 to the neighboring village as noted above. First, there was another man with a similar name to our Hans Martin Kirschenmann (whose name was probably Johann Martin, like his fathera€™sa€”and this young man, our ancestor, was born 5 Feb. The other item that we need to establish before proceeding is the maiden name of our Catharina Schmid (Schmidin). Heinricha€™s second wife was Maria Otth (pronounced Ott) and she was the daughter of Wilhelm Otth (who was born about 1578 and was a€?ofa€? Egenhausen in the same area of the Black Forest (Schwarzwald) by his wife Ottilia Hayr (born about 1600 in Woernersberg in Wuerttemberg, who in turn was the daughter of Anton Hayr and his wife, whose name is unknown).A  [See Ortssippenbuch Egenhausen p. Maria Otth was the fifth of six children who was almost five years old when her father died.A  We do not know how Maria came to meet her future husband, but her mother may have moved their family to Pfalzgrafenweiler after her husband died. Jacob Kirschenmann grew up in Pfalzgrafenweiler where he learned the trade of a baker.A  On 9 Feb. Matthias earned his living as a day-laborer doing any odd jobs he could in order to support his two large families.A  His father, Hans Jacob Schmid (born c. When looking that the various Numerology 1 characteristics, we keep in mind the individual nature of this energy and the underlying strength, determination and fortitude it can take to stand alone and lead the way. It leads the way, it takes action and dictates the course of action as opposed to following and doing what it is told.
The flip-side is that people dominated by this energy can be very hard to work with and often would rather cut off their right hand than compromise. It can also be associated with needing to change jobs due to family issues or possibly tensions on the family due to work commitments which could result in change. It speaks of connecting like minded individuals or groups to bring about new ideas or beginnings. How you are affected by this energy depends on where it presents itself in your numerology chart. The social nature and significance of birth ensures that this biological, and intensely personal process carries a heavy cultural overlay.
1681 in Tumlingen, Schwarzwaldkreis, Wuerttemberg, Germany (located between Pfalzgrafenweiler and Schopfloch, being about two miles northeast of Schopfloch and 3-4 miles south of Pfalzgrafenweiler). 1695 also in Schopflocha€”the daughter of Jacob Hauer (a tailor) and his wife, Maria Magdalena Appenzeller. 1732 -- the son of Hanss Martin & Catharina Schmid) grew up in, or near, Pfalzgrafenweiler with his siblings.
1, by Burkhard Oertel, privately printed by the compiler in Neubiberg bei Muenchen, German, 2012. 1695 also in Schopflocha€”the daughter of Jacob Hauer (a tailor) and his wife, Maria Magdalena Appenzeller.A  This second marriage occurred on 10 Feb. 1733.A  However, this couple had their first child, our ancestor, another Hans (Hanss) Martin Kirschenmann, on 5 Feb.


1705 in Schopfloch, the daughter of Matthias Schmid, it goes on to clearly state that she was married in Pfalzgrafenweiler on 28 Jan. This desire to lead, to organise and to take responsibility means that managerial or leadership positions are a good numerology 1 career choice.
Selfishness and stubbornness can be a challenge faced by those trying to work with people who have the 1 energy dominant in their lives. But each double digit cipher has it’s own meaning, a focus put on the resulting single digit number. If there are issues they can be around exercising good judgement, socialising with others, achieving success. Accordingly, there are issues around family, love and affairs of the heart with this number. Depending on how this energy is aspected it could be the disconnecting of groups to create new enterprises such as happens with mergers and acquisitions. This energy can inspire an individual to thoughts of creating new life, be it an organization to carry on their legacy or having a baby. Use the descriptions above as a guide to what to be aware of should you find that these numbers are prominent for you. Paula€? Church, but after the reformation, it became a Lutheran Church and the name was subsequently changed to St. If this energy relates to a person it relates to an individual who can lead or instigate such changes. 1681 (who was their third child).A  This Marcy Goodale is the woman we tracked above who married Thomas Scott and was the mother of our Elizabeth Scott Buck, who in turn was the grandmother of our Elizabeth Buck Garlick (EBG). 10, 1665,a€? but he does not tie this couple back to the 1712 Thomas Buck--the son of Sarah Judd.
Jakobs, or just Jakoba€™s Churcha€”Jakob being the name of Christa€™s apostle who was the brother of John, and whose name in the English translation of the Bible appears as a€?Jamesa€?. The issues can come if family values and respect for all parties is not held sacred in the process of creating and leading the organization. If there are challenges it will be with the execution of good judgement, the ability to handle power, the maintaining of social interactions. A A In the United States, within the hospital environment laboring women are regularly presented with many and varied technological interventions. Media presents this birth approach as being the "best in care" and the general population accepts this method as "prestigious." A A In truth, the use of technology can NOT guarantee a positive birth outcome. A I'm sure it's Trotter's Bandit A  We will call her "Misty".A More info coming in the next days. A Evidence-based research studies show that the more technology that is used in pregnancy and childbirth, the greater is the possibility for poor maternal and fetal birth outcomes. A Treasured Birth's goal is to encourage and increase individual evidenced-based and scientific-based birth knowledge. A  A dear friend of ours now owns Nellie and Nellie just had this gorgeous little heifer that we now own. A This will allow the expecting parents that we support to view birth in a more positive light. A She is being bottle fed here after receiving all of the colostrum she needed from her dam.
The distribution of evidenced-based information is critical to empowering and supporting expectant parents to make informed birth choices. A She recently started to own and breed them again and has a marvelous selection in her herd. Her sire is Doe Creek's Munchkin, a nice little miniature Jersey bull and her dam is a mid-sized purebred Jersey that we raised here out of registered standard Jersey stock. Miss Patty B has the head, dished face, arched tailhead and small size that we think will be carried into future offspring.
We fully expect this little gal to bring some awesome painted calves to our farm in the near future.
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