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dglukkason
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Posted - 05/01/2020 :  21:26:24  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
All: I have tried to find passenger list online but no luck.

Can anyone help me find a passenger list in April 1847 from Bergan, Below is a paragraph about immigrants from Bjelde and Stondal gard in Aurland, Vangen parish in Sogn de Fjordane and also a link about immigrants. The article says immigration in 1846 but also noted a listing of immigration for April 1847.

Rognald Knutsen Stondal 1817-1884, the father of Martin Stondahl, was born on the Stondal gard, Vangen parish, Aurland, Sogn province, Norway, a son of Knut Knutsen born Naesbo Stundal (1779-1825) and Kari Rognaldsdatter Bjelde Stundal (b.1784). Kari Rognaldsdatter emigrated in 1846 with the unmarried son, Rognald, and the daughter, Anna Knutsdtr. Stondal Belle, her husband, Knut Knutsen Belle and children. The families first settled at Koshkonong, Dane Co., Wis. In 1854 they came to the Root River Settlement, Minnesota Territory, which would later be the townships of Holt, Carrolton and Arendahl, rural Lanesboro, Fillmore County. The Stondal homestead of 160 acres would border Carrolton twp. on the north in Arendahl township. The family name would change slightly to "Stondahl." A variation of the name, "Stundahl," may also be found in the U.S.A.

Link:

https://www.ancestry.com/genealogy/records/knut-rognaldson-bjelde-24-21rx366


Thanks for help Don Lukkason

Donald Lukkason

jwiborg
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Posted - 05/01/2020 :  22:34:10  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Moving out of Vangen sub-parish, Aurland parish, Sogn og Fjordane county, April 11th, 1847 (right page):
#3 Farmer Tørris Sjursen Øium (27)
#4 Wife Britha Olsdatter (28)
#5 Child Sjur Tørrisen Øium (1)
#6 Farmer Knud Knudsen Bjelde (29)
#7 Wife Anna Knudsdatter (32)
#8 Daughter Gjertrud Knudsdatter (3 ½)
#9 Daughter Kari Knudsdatter (1 ¼)
#10 Widow Kari Rognaldsdatter Stundal (63)
#11 Son Rognald Knudsen (29)
#12 Bachelor Rognald Knudsen Bjelde (25)
#13 Girl Marte Knudsdatter Bjelde (22)

Likely on the Bark Juno, Capt. Bendixen. Dept. Bergen Apr 24 1847. Arr New York May 20 1847



Source:
Norwegian immigrants to the United States : a biographical directory, 1825-1850. Vol. 3 : 1847-1848
Gerhard B. Naeseth

Edited by - jwiborg on 06/01/2020 07:02:45
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dglukkason
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Posted - 06/01/2020 :  03:51:14  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
To Jan Peter Wiborg

WOW....this is amazing you found this so quick. Thank you Don Lukkason Lanesboro MN

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