Concerning my wife the answer is definitely no:-)
I would have sent you a mail with some additional remarks, but as I’m not a member of Ancestry that is not possible (blocked in your profile). So you will have to live without that, unless you take contact to me by mail (via my profile).
A couple of remarks. From my postings it may look like I came up with my findings and proposals during a work day or so. This is not the case, actually I had been studying this case since you started the thread. I just decided to post some results, when you were so to say opting out (prematurely). That’s the reason for my disorganized postings.
About my methods in this case. I found a quite a number of candidates from Vejle county and all the surrounding counties based on name and year of birth solely. Then I excluded the candidates one by one following their life through census and parish records. The only candidate left was Ane Marie from Skibet parish. As you will have noted, there is no final proof of her identity – it will not hold up in a court room. She leaves Hover Parish late 1862, destination Vejle city, but in theory there might be another Ane Marie Johansdatter coming to Vejle just in time. The final proof can come from studies of local and regional archives in Denmark (not available on the Internet). I may pursue this if I get a chance to visit the local city archive in Vejle.
Concerning the father of Cecilie, Jens Peter Sørensen. I’ve decided not to post any findings, as there are too many candidates in Vejle at that time – some married some not. This will have to wait until a possible visit to the archives mentioned above.
NB: I only delete my posts in case the owner of a thread does not show any interest by responding :-)