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Chris Abrehamsen
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New Zealand
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Posted - 16/06/2019 :  07:09:57  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi Everyone
I have this in my locations on a relative (Andreas Petersson, Abrahamson) dob 1808.

However I've noted in the location these words.

I'm having trouble to find it on the internet!
Can you help?

Please message me if you know what happened here. Thanks in Advance.

Names Searches - Abrehamsen, Abrehamson, Abrahamson, Abrahamsdtr, Annund, Tauresen, Torgersen

Edited by - Chris Abrehamsen on 16/06/2019 07:11:09

jwiborg
Norway Heritage Veteran

Norway
4669 Posts

Posted - 16/06/2019 :  11:52:48  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Kvärlöv does not sound norwegian. I suggest you check for southern parts in Sweden, like Skåne. Nedergaard is a mansion in Denmark...

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ToreL
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Norway
207 Posts

Posted - 17/06/2019 :  14:09:07  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Kvärlöv doesn't sound Norwegian, and it doesn't look Norwegian either. The "umlauts" ä and ö are used in Swedish, but not in Norwegian or Danish. Jwiborg suggest Skåne, and on a map you will find a small place called Kvärlöv midway between Helsingborg and Malmö. In older censuses (when the spelling was Qvärlöv) it seems to be counted as a farm under nearby Annelöv.

Edited by - ToreL on 17/06/2019 19:20:59
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