Denmark dating marriage
The Danish National Archives have preserved microfiche copies of all Danish Parish Registers until 1891.Original Church Registers from parishes within the district, through until approximately 1950, are kept at the Provincial Archives.He married Margrethe at the Church of Holmen on 10 June 1967 and became her prince consort when she succeeded her father, King Frederick IX, as monarch of Denmark on 14 January 1972.He had two sons, Crown Prince Frederik (born 1968) and Prince Joachim (born 1969), and eight grandchildren.
The Danish Demographic Database Arkivalieronline The original Probate Court Records can be found, dating from about 1760-1800 through until the period between 19.At the time of the wedding his name was Danicised to Henrik and he was given the title HRH Prince Henrik of Denmark.Prior to the wedding, the Prince converted to Lutheranism.He spent his early years in Tonkin in French Indochina (now part of Vietnam), where his family had lived for many years.
The family spent the Second World War at the family home in Cahors, France. However, they were forced to flee following the defeat of the French in the First Indochina War.
He also spoke fluent English, German, Chinese, and Vietnamese.