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Sherri Long
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Posted - 07/06/2011 :  04:03:56  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thank You that helps out alot.
quote:
Originally posted by eibache

Mari, Dorthe, Jens, Christopher, Christian all from Sørumseie.
(No last names were given)

Confirmation record for one Jacob Hansen, born in Skedsmoe Nov 25 1804, see #12. He was then a servant on Soelberg.




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Sherri Long
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Posted - 07/06/2011 :  06:18:29  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Again I am sorry to bug you for information. If I have researched this correctly Marthe Svendsdatter born abt 1797 is the child of Svend Pederden and Mari Knudsdatter via 1801 census sorum east farm in skedsmo who where married 27 October 1795 info found on Lds search. I have located a marriage record via the Digitalarkivet in Skedsmo MINI 6 1767-1807 number 11 http://da2.uib.no/cgi-win/WebKBok.exe?slag=visbok&side=URN:NBN:no-a1450-kb20061101050131.jpg&knappnr=#anker As again I am having trouble reading the information I believe its Mari Knudsdtr Nordvoldem than I believe i am reading a Jens and its mentions Svend Pedersen and i think Sorum I am hoping I am correct can you please help to see if I have read this right. Thank you so much if you can help.

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eibache
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Norway
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Posted - 07/06/2011 :  06:55:07  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
#11 on left page:
d 30de July trolowet paa nord Volden Ungkarl og Soldat Svend Pedersen søndre Sørums eje til Pigen Mari Knudsd: nordvolden. Caus: Jens og Baard Sørum.
Copul. d 27de Octbr 1795.

Einar
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l peterson
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Posted - 16/06/2011 :  01:02:30  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
ihave acopy of the famiolyhistory of the hunstad monserudand norvold families which vwas put togatyher by milla pauline steen granddaughter of jacob hanson norviold which also includes the houg family my great great grandmother maren monserud jacobson was ahalf sister to josephine hanson houg
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l peterson
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Posted - 16/06/2011 :  01:04:44  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
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Originally posted by Sherri Long

I am also looking for information on Jens P Houg but his birthdate is unknown to me as his son is Jens J Houg born 2 may 1840 in norway and immigrated arriving in the us in 1868 port unknown he was married to josephine magdalene olson in 1871 whos parents were Ole Hanson and Sophia Norvold. Any info on Jens J Houg would help me tremendously

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l peterson
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Posted - 16/06/2011 :  01:23:11  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
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Originally posted by Kåarto

Sophie Jacobsdatter and Ole Hansen Norvolden em. Mai 1851 with two daughters, Martha Birgitte and "Lina" Josephine Magdalena and Sophie´s parents with two children, Hellene 19 and Hans Petter 9, see right page #2&3

Ole Hansen died 1854, more family information in connection with his son Olave´s gravestone here

Kåre

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l peterson
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Posted - 16/06/2011 :  01:27:15  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
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Originally posted by Hopkins

While I slept through the night Einar has found the proof that Josephine Magdalene Olsdatter was the legitimate child of Ole Hansen and Sofie Jakobsdtr in Skedsmo. Great find!

With the proper locations in Norway now identified Sherri Long, family and those others interested will have a much easier time to research more of the family history in the same manner we have all done in our own research.

It has been an interesting trip to search out the little details from US records to try to find the hints for these confusing families that could lead to this result. I have enjoyed it. Kåre and Einar make good partners for such an endeavor.

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l peterson
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Posted - 17/06/2011 :  06:31:49  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
lena is josephine on the1870 census sophia norvold had two daughters and ason when she married peter monserud and he had a son and thy had other children after vthat peter and sophia first child was my great great grandmother her name was maren
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lynn peterson432
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USA
31 Posts

Posted - 12/01/2018 :  01:13:17  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
[quote]Originally posted by eibache

Mari, Dorthe, Jens, Christopher, Christian all from Sørumseie.
(No last names were given)

Confirmation record for one Jacob Hansen, born in Skedsmoe Nov 25 1804, see #12. He was then a servant on Soelberg.

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lynn peterson432
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USA
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Posted - 14/01/2018 :  23:59:27  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
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Originally posted by Hopkins

Kåre,

I was editing my earlier post about the children shown for Peter and Sofia at the same time you were adding another post.

I'm of the opinion that the two oldest daughters, Martha and "Lena", could have been Sofia's children before she married Peder Olsen Monserud in Iowa. The persons above asking the questions originally all seem to think the father of 'Josephine Magdalene' (probably Lena) was called Ole Hanson.

There are many more US records available for northeast Iowa and southeast southwest Minnesota and those persons first asking the questions should be real busy doing careful investigation in greater depth. I had a friend (Hjornevik) who was once quite successful in getting records from those midwestern areas in her family research.

Beaver Creek Minnesota is also in Rock County.

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lynn peterson432
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USA
31 Posts

Posted - 15/01/2018 :  00:06:24  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
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Originally posted by Kåarto

Interesting info. Hopkins, Lina (Oline?) cofuses me:
A son Ole named after his fathers father born born on Ocean, we can assume the mother probably died in a child birth.

Source, LDS records;
Sophia Norvold was Sofia Jacobsdatter born i Skedsmo on farm Sørumseie April 22. 1826 to Jacob Hansen Norvold and Marthe Svendsdatter, right page #25
who were the sponsers of Sophia Jacobsdatter
Jacob Hansen born 1804, no records available, could have been of interest to confirm if he was from Norvold, he married Marthe Svendsdatter Sørumseie 1825.
Jacob died in Beaver Creek, Minnesota Feb. 18. 1878, Marte died Jan. 12. 1870 in Alamakee, Iowa.
Sophia died Feb. 25. 1893, Allamakee, Iowa

Kåre

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lynn peterson432
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USA
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Posted - 15/01/2018 :  00:15:56  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
who were rthe sponsers of sophia jacibsdatter born skedsmo april 22 1836
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