Anna Elisabeth Von Rohr (1701-1744) Housewife (b. January 22, 1700/01, Sweden - d. September 08, 1744, Jämtland, Sweden)
She was a descendent of Hans von Rohr (1484-1569) Lord of Freienstien, Meyenburg, Neuhausen, Dremnitz and Leddin
Her father was Joachim Von Rohr (1677-1757), Lieutenant Colonel and Commander of Dalarö Garrison, the military fortress east of Stockholm, on the Baltic. Her mother was Catharina Charlotta Klingenberg (1680-1758).
Prisoner of War:
She was taken prisoner along with her father at the Battle of Poltava in the Ukraine. All captured military officers and their families were sent to Solikamski, Siberia in Russia.
There she met Anders Örbom I, Captain (1675-1740) who was also a prisoner and they married in September of 1719 and had their first child: Anders Örbom II, Captain (1720-1783) in Siberia.
They had the following children when they returned to Sweden: Carl Joachim Örbom, Captain (1721-1810) in the Swedish Army who married Beata Dorothea Von Saltza (1721-1764); Erik Johan Örbom, Major (1723-1802) of the Jämtland Regiment who married Helena Ruuth (1729-1802); Anna Catharina Örbom (1725-?); Gustaf Örbom I (1728-1730); Charlotta Örbom (1730-?); Gustaf Örbom II, Captain (1732-1807) who married Sophia Lovisa Winnberg (1744-1807); Christopher Örbom, Captain (1735-1828) who married E.M. Sundström (1736-?); Sara Elisabeth Örbom (1736-?); and Petrus Örbom, Lieutenant (1738-?).
Anna Elisabeth Von Rohr (1701-1744) was the sixth, great-grandmother of Richard Arthur Norton (1958- ).