Peter Konzen’s parents are Theodore Konzen and Catherine Schuler/Scholer/Scholersch and they were married in Lellig on January 28, 1778.
Theodore and Catherine had seven children that we’ve found in parish records so far. The first child was Wilhelm Konzen was born March 17, 1783 in Lellig and then Peter Konzen born November 15, 1784 in Manternach, Luxembourg (a town next to Lellig). Next, Elisabeth Konzen was born January 21, 1787 in Lellig and our Peter Konzen was born on April 28, 1789 in Lellig.
On January 14, 1794, Joannes Konzen was born in Lellig and he died on July 7, 1796 in Lellig. A baby girl (her name looks like Marie on the record) Konzen was born on July 8, 1795, in Lellig and she died there on the same day. Then another Wilhelm Konzen was born on April 23, 1797 in Lellig. We’re assuming that the first Peter (born in 1784) and the first Wilhelm (born in 1783) both died before 1789 and 1797, respectively. It would explain why Catherine and Theodore named two of their children Peter and Wilhelm since it was a common practice to name during that time period to name children after one of their recently deceased children.
This Lellig information combined with the Kruchten records and family group sheets has led us to believe that Angela Susanna and Catherine Konzen were children of Wilhelm (born in 1797). We’re hoping to find some proof of that soon!
Here are the rest of the Lellig and Manternach birth and death records: