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kymm
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Australia
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Posted - 24/06/2003 :  03:26:38  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I am wondering whether anyone would have any information on an Erik Eriksen marrying a Gunda Petersen somewhere in Norway between 1868 and 1872. I believe they emmigrated to New Zealand approximately the same time. Thankyou, any help would be appreciated...........
Kymm.

jacal5
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Australia
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Posted - 19/07/2003 :  08:38:01  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Erik Eriksen and Gunda Pedersen married in Christiania (Oslo) Norway 30 August 1873; i am a great great grand-daughter of above. Let me know if you need more info.
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NearNorsewood
Kiwi Viking special member

New Zealand
131 Posts

Posted - 26/01/2005 :  00:15:28  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi, Kymm.

The following are buried at the Norsewood Cemetery, Norsewood, New Zealand:

ERICKSEN, Eric, d. 25/01/1931 (D/M/Y)
ERICKSEN, Gunda, d. 31/12/1910 [Female Records as Mrs E. Wife of Erik Eriksen]

Also:

ERIKSEN, [Child of E Eriksen], d. 29/07/1910
ERIKSEN, [Child of Peter], d. 31/10/1910

Source: Tararua District Council Cemetery Records.

I am hoping to put a list of the Norsewood graves online in the next few days.

Pip
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Norsewood Cemetery & Settlers' Genealogies Project
www.norsewoodcemetery.co.nz

Edited by - NearNorsewood on 26/01/2005 10:48:58
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Borge
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Norway
1262 Posts

Posted - 26/01/2005 :  10:34:49  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi Phillipa. Thanks for sharing the info. I can add some links to your list from the Norsewood article page, and other places on this site. It is also possible to publish the list here on the site if you would like.

BÝrge Solem
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NearNorsewood
Kiwi Viking special member

New Zealand
131 Posts

Posted - 28/01/2005 :  00:24:19  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thanks, Borge. I have the raw data online. Follow the link, below.

Pip
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Norsewood Cemetery & Settlers' Genealogies Project
www.norsewoodcemetery.co.nz
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Jo Anne Sadler
Norway Heritage Veteran

USA
1100 Posts

Posted - 28/01/2005 :  19:27:31  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
You didn't give the link
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NearNorsewood
Kiwi Viking special member

New Zealand
131 Posts

Posted - 31/01/2005 :  22:58:20  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi, Jo Anne,

quote:
Originally posted by Jo Anne Sadler

You didn't give the link



It's the one in my profile signature: www.norsewoodcemetery.co.nz

Pip
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Norsewood Cemetery & Settlers' Genealogies Project
www.norsewoodcemetery.co.nz

Edited by - NearNorsewood on 13/02/2005 13:45:52
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