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Ed Howe's Genealogy - Timeline 1820 - 1839

1820
  Henry Hellwig was born sometime before 1820
  Ferdinand Hellwig was born sometime before 1820
  Etta Hellwig was born sometime before 1820
  Ernest Hellwig was born sometime before 1820
  Edmond Hellwig was born sometime before 1820
  Caroline Hellwig was born sometime before 1820
  August Hellwig was born sometime before 1820
  Hellwig and Caroline Schouke were married in Brandenburg, Prussia in 1820
  The "Missouri Compromise" allowed Maine to enter the union as a free state, and Missouri as a slave state in 1820
1821
  William Lintch was born in IL in 1821
  Egyptian hieroglyphics were deciphered in 1821
1822
  The accordion was invented in 1822
  Emeline Hellwig was born in Germany on 8 May 1822
1823
  The Monroe doctrine closed the American continent to Europe in 1823
1824
  Portland Cement was developed in 1824
  John George Aulbach was born in Frankfurt, Germany on 20 Jun 1824
1825
  Wilhelm Hellwig was born sometime around 1825
  Martha Stolz was born in Germany sometime around 1825
  Jacob Karst was born in Germany sometime around 1825
  The first railroad was opened in England in 1825
1826
  Elizabeth Wilkinson was born in St. Charles, Kane Co., IL sometime around 1826
  J. F. Cooper wrote The Last of the Mohicans in 1826
  John Frederick Edward Hellwig was born in Neibusch, Silesia, Prussia on 4 May 1826
1827
  Sulfur friction matches were introduced by John Walker in 1827
1828
  Alexander Dumas wrote The Three Musketeers in 1828
1829
  Slavery was abolished in Mexico in 1829
  Hellwig died in Neibusch, Silesia, Prussia on 4 Jun 1829
1830
  Frances Skinner was born in USA sometime around 1830
  Martina Frank was born sometime around 1830
  Joseph Frank was born sometime around 1830
  Flora York was born sometime around 1830
  Jonathan W Peacock resided in Armstrong Twp., Indiana Co., PA in 1830
  The religious society of Mormons was founded in 1830
  Johanna Anna Rosina Faulick was born in Waldenburg, Schliesen, Germany on 18 Feb 1830
1831
  Mary Ann Stokes was born in 1831
  Victor Hugo wrote The Hunchback of Notre Dame in 1831
1832
  Joseph Nathaniel Charles was born in Wales, England in 1832
  The word "socialism" came into use in English in 1832
  Mary Cecilia Frank was born in Frankfurt, Germany on 21 Jan 1832
1833
  Isabella II was proclaimed Queen of Spain in 1833
1834
  The Spanish Inquisition ran until 1834
  Joseph Horace Peacock was born in Indiana Co., PA on 19 Nov 1834
1835
  Hans Christian Andersen published his first children's tale in 1835
1836
  Texas won independence from Mexico in 1836
1837
  Victoria became Queen of Great Britain in 1837
1838
  Eastern Native Americans were forced to move west in 1838
1839
  The Opium War ran from 1839 until 1842

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