Christian Gouman, 1643–
|Birth|| April 20, 1643
|Marriage||Madlena Keller — View this family|
about 1669 (aged 25 years)
|Marriage||Anna Brentzikofen — View this family|
|Birth of a son||Christian Gehman|
March 1, 1676 (aged 32 years)
|Death of a father||Hans Gouman|
about 1676 (aged 32 years)
|Birth of a son||Benedict Gehman|
November 20, 1685 (aged 42 years)
|Death of a mother||Barbli Glattfelter|
|Marriage||Marriage — 1634 — Bern, Switzerland|
|Marriage||Marriage — about 1669 — Switzerland|
|Marriage||Marriage — —|
Name: Geighman - Gauman?
His daughter, Magdelena, was baptised in 1673, and Christian was called an Anabaptist. He lived in Oberthal, Switzerland, in 1678. In 1683, his brother Benedict brought Christian's daughter Elsbeth to be baptised at the village church at Grosshochstetten. In 1685, Christian lived at Schwendli. In 1687, he was of Schwendil He was of Schwendli in Oberthal and called a hard necked Wiedertaufer. Widertaufer means Anabaptist. In 1684, GIlgan Aeschliman was made guardian over the children of baptism Christian Gauman of Scwendli in Oberthal. Christian Gauman and Peter Gauman were Anabaptists who were at an Anabaptist meeting with Jacob Amman and Hans Reist in the summer of 1693 in Switzerland at Niklaus Moser's barn at Fridersmatt hof in Bowil Grosshochstetten. Christian was of Hochstetten when he was in jail on September 29, 1710 at the island in Bern with his second sife, Anna Brenzikoffer.
He was called an Anabaptist at the baptisms of his children in 1706 and 1708. He was called Christian Gauman the younger of Signau district when he was in jail at Bern on July 27, 1710. He was later at the island jail on September 29, 1710, with his father and he was then of Hochstetten. He was led out of Switzerland in 1711, with his wife and four children, two boys, ages 5 and 1 and two daughters ages 6 and 3. He probably later lived in Hasselbach, Germany area.