Maria Anna Elisabeth Sieberts
- Born: 1722, Essen, K. of Hannover, Germany
- Christened: 20 Sep 1722, St. Nikolai Church, Essen, Wittlage, Prussia
- Marriage: Johann Everhardt Löhr on 19 Feb 1751 in Essen, K. of Hannover, Germany
- Died: 3 Dec 1775, Essen, K. of Hannover, Germany at age 53
Miss Sieberts held property in Essen (Bad Essen after 1904). Upon her marriage to Johann Everhardt Löhr, he was known for a while as Johann Everhardt/Evert Sieberts, alias Löhr. (See Jobst Heinrich Thomasmeyer).
The two of them bought the Thomas farm, and the name changed to Thomasmeyer (meyer means 'farmer'). When they took possession of that farm he was known as Johann Everhardt/Evert Thomas or Thomasmeyer, also Löhr and Sieberts. Their children all carried the name of Thomasmeyer as their surname.
At the christening of the first three children, his name is listed as Johann Evert Löhr, genant Sieberts, then when Gerd Henrich was born in 1757, his name was listed as Johann Everhard Thomas, also known as Sieberts.
When his son Everd Henrich was born in 1765, he was listed as Johann Evert Sieberts, modo Thomasmeyer. At the time of his death in 1791, he had been married to his second wife and was listed as Thomasmeyer, alias Löhr. Since his Sieberts wife had died in the meantime, that name was no longer mentioned.
Maria married Johann Everhardt Löhr, son of Johann Gerhard Löhr and Margarethe Imhagen, on 19 Feb 1751 in Essen, K. of Hannover, Germany. (Johann Everhardt Löhr was born on 2 May 1728 in Stockum, Osnabrück, Hannover, Germany, died on 16 Jan 1791 in Essen, K. of Hannover, Germany and was buried on 18 Jan 1791 in Essen, K. of Hannover, Germany.)