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Ron Gibb
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Posted - 23/03/2011 :  18:28:31  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I find six Nasset children born to Ole Aslakson b. 1823, Vinje, Norway, and Anna Hagerstrom, all in the late 1800s. Swemong, Aslak, Asbjorn, Andrew, Helga, and Annie. Does anyone have an answer as to the total transformation of the last name? The excellent article on the web site does not address this. Thanks very much.


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Posted - 23/03/2011 :  18:56:29  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Nesset [Næset] would most likely be the farmname in Vinje, Telemark where Ole Aslaksen lived his adult life.
Christening record #4, 1824 here
NB: Ole's wife is here listed as Anne Asbjørnsdtr Teigen

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Edited by - jwiborg on 23/03/2011 18:58:53
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Posted - 23/03/2011 :  18:59:22  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I think the origin of Nesset in Vinje was Næset, almost same pronunciation.
Aslakson was Aslaksen in Norway.

Hagerstrøm sounds Swedish.
The children In Norwegian, most likely; Sveinong, Asbjørn, Aslak, Anders, Helga and Annie.

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Posted - 23/03/2011 :  19:53:58  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Online study material to learn about Norwegian naming practices and patterns.
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Ron Gibb
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Posted - 24/03/2011 :  16:53:07  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thanks to all for their kind assistance!

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