1. Johann Carl IHMSEN was born about
• 1736 - Carl enters in place of Johan Henrich Gundelach into the extension of the Emde Works contract together with Abraham Wiegand. He dies shortly after, and his widow, Judith Greiner, takes over his part of the works. Now, for the next 10 years 26 Reichstaler per Schock wood have to be payed yearly.
• 1738 - Carl Imbsen has opened, together with Elias Vaupel and Johann Christian Becker, the works at the Surenberg. 1743 Vaupel has to leave, since he, without the knowledge of the "Paderborner Hofkammer" [bishop’s court] opened a “coarse” glass works near Kohlstaedt. The brothers Johan Jobst and Johan Christian Becker become managers, until in 1747 the works is closed due to lack of wood.
1738 - In a protocol of the Paderborn princely high authorites
of Dringenberg to the authorities of the prince-bishop’s court
authorities Master Gundelach
and the glasscutter Carl Ihmsen were ordered to
appear because of quarrels between them. It is reccommended to them to
stop their fighting, and it was suggested, that Gundelach give his half
of the works to Ihmsen. Both should continue though to work together at
the works. Gundelach, outraged, refuses to follow this
suggestions: “in that he cannot be in
community with the glass cutter, since he knows of his quarrelsome
nature. He would rather let go of the works against payment for what he
invested in it and what is there in valuables, and get out totally”,
while Ihmsen declares: “to pay the
worth of the works and the supplies present after an official
estimation of its value to Gundlach, hoped though, that his cousin
Gundlach would not deal with him like a stranger, but rather like a
• May 1738 - A settlement was agreed upon in which Gundelach sells his half of the works to his “cousin”. Ihmsen has to pay the sum of 280 Reichsthaler for the part of the works plus tools. For the materials like pottash, lime, etc. he has to pay extra. This settlement was confirmed by the prince-bishop’s court authorities and the house of Asseburg.
• 1747 - Carl Ihmsen and Abraham Wiegandts widow prolong the contract for the works for another 10 years.
- Carl Ihmsen receives from the Electorate Clemens August the sole
privilege, to cut and guild glass in the archbishopric of Paderborn.
- Carl Ihmsen and the widow Abraham Wiegandt prolong the contract for
the works for another 10 years.
- Carl dies and is buried in the churchyard of Poembesn.
Johann Carl married Anna Elisabeth GUNDELACH on 24 Feb 1729 in Istrup.
Children from this marriage were:
Christina IHMSEN was born on 9 Dec 1729. Nothing known about her.
ii. Johann Carl IHMSEN was born on 20 Apr 1731.
iii. Anna Judith IHMSEN was born on 5 Sep 1733.
iv. Henrich Christoph IHMSEN was born on 26 Aug 1735. Nothing known about him.
v. Catharina Maria IHMSEN was born on 27 Sep 1737. She dies at childs age.
vi. Anna Elisabeth IHMSEN was born on 2 Nov 1739.
vii. Johann Christian IHMSEN was born on 20 Apr 1742.
viii. Maria Christina IHMSEN was born on 17 Mar 1744. She dies at childs age.
ix. Johann Henrich Wilhelm IHMSEN was born on 21 Mar 1746.
x. Anna Angela IHMSEN was born on 27 May 1748. She remained unmarried.
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