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Kåarto
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Norway
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Posted - 06/01/2011 :  19:09:10  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Forgot August´s occupation;
He lived in Shelbourn, Canada, occ.??, seems like "gaardbruger" farmer

Seems like August kept his promise and went to Canada to raise enough money to see King Håkon and queen Maud´s crowning June 22. 1906 in Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim.

Kåre

Edited by - Kåarto on 06/01/2011 20:57:08
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eibache
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Norway
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Posted - 06/01/2011 :  19:34:23  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
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Also, what is the significance of the date August 1, 1906? in the column reserved for date of confirmation?
- it reads Vacc attest af 1/8 1906 i.e. attestation of vacination.

Occupation somewhat difficult - it starts gaard--- i.e. occupation on a farm.
(Other occupations found is gaardmandsøn - farmer son, gaardarbeider - farmhand)

Einar
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Erik Carsten
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USA
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Posted - 06/01/2011 :  20:35:42  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
#93 Banns Register for August and Louise Dahl

Eibache, can you read this, as far as occupation? It still is hard to read isnt it?
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eibache
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Posted - 07/01/2011 :  07:42:05  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
It reads "Gaardbruger" = farmer.
I can see that the marriage record says the same when having this as a hint.

Einar

Edited by - eibache on 07/01/2011 07:44:43
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jwiborg
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Norway
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Posted - 07/01/2011 :  15:18:37  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I think it reads Jordbruger.

Jan Peter
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Erik Carsten
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USA
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Posted - 07/01/2011 :  15:27:46  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Jordbruger ?????]
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Kåarto
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Norway
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Posted - 07/01/2011 :  15:49:11  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Marriage register; Gaardbruger
Bann register; Jordbruger

Same meaning, Farmer.

Kåre
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eibache
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Posted - 07/01/2011 :  16:13:55  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Good, finally got the right discriptions of the occupation in both cases.

Einar
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Kåarto
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Posted - 07/01/2011 :  19:59:58  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I borrow some space to include photos and film from the 1906 coronation in Trondheim as August Dal raised money in Canada to watch.

Kåre
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Erik Carsten
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USA
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Posted - 07/01/2011 :  21:23:00  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thank you for sharing! The film quality was really good, considering when it was filmed. This was quite an event! Alot of pomp and circumstance!
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royschoneman
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Posted - 18/01/2011 :  16:33:07  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I have just joined Norway-Heritage. I am a great grandson of Anna Kristine Fredrikke (Reese) Schønemann. Her parents were Fredrik Wilhelm Reese and Anna Sopie Larson of Denmark. I am researching Anna and her siblings, many of which have been mentioned in this forum. I hope to exchange information with others working on this family.

Roy Schoneman
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Erik Carsten
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USA
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Posted - 21/01/2011 :  01:51:44  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi Roy, welcome to Norway-Heritgage. The researchers here are the best and have been really helpful. Most everything I have learned about my family has come from here.

let me know if you get this message. One of the other people we know researching this family, I will call her J-C :) found a death record for Frederik Wilhelm Mortensen on Ancestry.com. He died Jan. 19. 1975. He was the son of Chiel Pomerantz-Mortensen and Frederikke Reese, born in Trondhjem, Norway May 2, 1887. My research shows he did very well in the carpet industry, working for Bigelow & Hartford, one of the world's larget carpet and rug manufacturers. I am sending you a picture of the home they lived in on Warburton Avenue, in Yonkers.

Talk to you soon.
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Erik Carsten
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Posted - 21/01/2011 :  19:49:17  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Roy, am posting here for the record these "Reese" people.
Do you know them? Emigranter fra Trondheim (September 1908)
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royschoneman
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Posted - 21/01/2011 :  21:30:20  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Erik,

I also saw that record and i can't connect them to our Reese family.

Roy
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Erik Carsten
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USA
489 Posts

Posted - 24/01/2011 :  17:15:38  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi Roy.

JC has worked hard to find the birth record of Max Reese's youngest daughter, Dorthea Mathilde. Here it is.

Dorothea Mathilde Birth Record, # 167 (Girls Section)

The baptism was on August 30 and It shows that one of the sponsors was Fredrikke Mortensen.

Also found by JC was a record of Fredrikke "Reese" Mortensen's departure from Trondheim on September 1, 1908.
Record of Fredrikke and her son Harold's visit to Norway in 1908.
I had thought that because Fredrikke's father (Fredrik Reese) died in November of 1908 that perhaps Fredrikke had returned to Norway to visit him...on the assumption that he was sick....but it appears the baptism was the reason for Fredrikkes visit.

Edited by - Erik Carsten on 24/01/2011 17:50:51
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