Johann Paul Am Ende (Battenfeld)1

M, #1356, b. circa 1610, d. 23 February 1674
Last Edited=27 Oct 2007
     Johann Paul Am Ende (Battenfeld), was born circa 1610.1

Tim Bottenfield says, "Research tracked the Battenfield/Battenfeld ancestry to the Town of Battenfeld in Hessen-Nassau, Germany. In tracing the Battenfeld line, the name Am Ende surfaced as the original name of the Battenfeld family. Battenfeld was used interchangeably with Am Ende for awhile and then taken exclusively, possibly having been originally used to distinguish the family from another by the same name. Locality naming practices were not uncommon in Germany during this time period. The Battenfeld name came from the Town of Battenfeld, Hessen-Nassau."1

Richard R. Parks states that, "In the Evangelische Kirche Battenfeld Kirchenbuch ( FHL film # 1,340,524 p. 560, #73) he is listed as Johannes BATTENFELD named AM ENDE. Was a church elder of Battenfeld."2

Johann Paul Am Ende (Battenfeld) married Sybilla (?) after 1638.1,2

Johann Paul Am Ende (Battenfeld) died on 23 February 1674 at Battenfeld, Hessen-Nassau, Germany.1 and was buried on 24 February 1673/74.2

Children of Johann Paul Am Ende (Battenfeld) and Sybilla (?)


  1. [S72] Tim Bottenfield, online, Tim Bottenfield (Auburn, Alabama), downloaded 2000.
  2. [S106], online www//, Richard R. Parks (Ancestry World Tree), downloaded 2002 and 2003.