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1. Katharina Renner m. 1646
2. Ursula Kiesel m. 1643
It seems probable that he was a younger son who left his home in Wiltstatten (near Strasbourg) to seek his fortune, and ultimately found his way to Kempten, where he entered the services of a ropemaker named Renner. Renner appears to have died, leaving a widow Katharina, and Joachim married the widow and succeeded to the business. Katharina dies soon after, and 3-1/2 years after his marriage, Joachim married Ursula Keisel and had a son Joachim Jr. in 1647. There may have been other children, but Joachim was the oldest.
Joachim Heydecker Jr.
m. Susanne Schachenmayer m. 1684
Succeeded his father's business as a ropemaker.
m. Lucia Ursula Fenut m. 1729
It seems probable that he was a younger son as he did not succeed to his father's business. Rather he pursued the business of papermaking.
Joachim Heydecker III
m. Catharina Sigmund ?-1801 m. 1761
Joachim Heydecker IV
1774-1839 (independently wealthy)
1. Anna Maria Kuhne ?-June 19, 1810