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Karen Swensson
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USA
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Posted - 17/05/2017 :  00:16:19  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Hopkins

An article on this website you need to read -
http://www.norwayheritage.com/canadian-passenger-records.htm


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Karen Swensson
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Posted - 17/05/2017 :  00:20:21  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
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Originally posted by jkmarler

Also on this site is an actual passenger travel story about the Anna Delius in 1867 and bit after on the land:

http://www.norwayheritage.com/p_ship.asp?sh=annad

You may want to find others who were on the same voyage of the Anna Delius as your ancestors to find if they had preserved any on the sea and after journey stories.

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Karen Swensson
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USA
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Posted - 17/05/2017 :  00:31:13  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I am still learning how to post replies to this forum...so to all who have not received a "thank you" from me (many of my replies ended up blank!), I thank you now for taking the time to respond to my topic and I hope you will continue to keep me in mind if you have any new suggestions. All of your suggestions have been helpful. I recently published a book (historical fiction, but based on research) on my maternal Norwegian ancestors' journey from both Arnafjord Nes and from the Numeral valley in 1841 and 1842, and now I am working on the story of my paternal Norwegian ancestors' journey from Torpa, Oppland in 1866.
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Hopkins
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USA
3067 Posts

Posted - 17/05/2017 :  14:10:46  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Karen - There is a testing forum area for when you want to practice new posting tricks here.
http://www.norwayheritage.com/snitz/forum.asp?FORUM_ID=42

You can edit and/or delete any postings that you made yourself.

Edited by - Hopkins on 17/05/2017 14:11:34
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Karen Swensson
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Posted - 17/05/2017 :  14:44:38  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
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Originally posted by Hopkins

Karen - There is a testing forum area for when you want to practice new posting tricks here.
http://www.norwayheritage.com/snitz/forum.asp?FORUM_ID=42

You can edit and/or delete any postings that you made yourself.


Thanks!
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Karen Swensson
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USA
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Posted - 18/05/2017 :  23:51:30  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
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Originally posted by Ray Syverson

My 2nd grt grandfather also came over on the Anna Delius, and on this same voyage. For some reason he traveled using his brother's name, Marthinus Skartlien. He was from the Skartlien farm in Nordre Land, Oppland. I think he went to Black Earth, Wisconsin first, and afterwards moved down to Chicago. His name was Andreas Syversen Skartlien, and was born July 17th, 1835, so same age as Christopher Hanson. I wonder if they knew each other? Karen, was Aamathilla a farm name?



They might very well have known each other. My great grandfather Christian's farm name was Skredderstuen, and it was probably part of a larger Aamt farm.
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Kċarto
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Norway
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Posted - 20/05/2017 :  00:11:06  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
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Originally posted by Karen Swensson
well have known each other. My great grandfather Christian's farm name was Skredderstuen, and it was probably part of a larger Aamt farm.



Skredderstuen, the Tailors house/cabin.

Kċre
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Hunting Passenger Lists:

An article describing how, and where, to look for passenger information about Norwegian emigrants
    1:   Emigration Records - Sources - Timeline
    2:   Canadian Records (1865-1935)
    3:   Canadian Immigration Records Database
    4:   US arrivals - Customs Passenger Lists
    5:   Port of New York Passenger Records
    6:   Norwegian Emigration Records
    7:   British outbound passenger lists
 

The Transatlantic Crossing:

An article about how the majority of emigrants would travel. It also gives some insight to the amazing development in how ships were constructed and the transportation arranged
    1:   Early Norwegian Emigrants
    2:   Steerage - Between Decks
    3:   By sail - daily life
    4:   Children of the ocean
    5:   Sailing ship provisions
    6:   Health and sickness
    7:   From sail to steam
    8:   By steamship across the ocean
    9:   The giant express steamers
 
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