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jkmarler
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Posted - 21/01/2018 :  07:41:33  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hans was a widower and a soldier and Inger was a widow also. The two witnesses (or bondsmen?) were Ole Berg and Hans Loken.
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jkmarler
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Posted - 21/01/2018 :  16:57:06  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by lyndal40

This is probably the marriage of the daughter Sophie Jacobsdater to Ole Hansen in 1845

Sophie Jacobsen
in the Norway, Select Marriages, 1660-1926
Name: Sophie Jacobsen
[Sophie Hansen]
Gender: Female
Marriage Date: 5 jan 1845
Marriage Place: Skedsmo, Akershus, Norway
Father: Jacob Hansen
Spouse: Ole Hansen
FHL Film Number: 123396
Reference ID: 2937

The year is wrong in the Ancestry.com transcription the year is 1846

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Sophie's husband is probably this Ole #23:
SAO, Skedsmo prestekontor Kirkebøker, F/Fa/L0008: Parish register (official) no. I 8, 1815-1829, p. 28
Quick link: https://media.digitalarkivet.no/en/kb20060208040141

Edited by - jkmarler on 21/01/2018 17:05:10
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lynn peterson432
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Posted - 23/01/2018 :  06:28:44  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
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lynn peterson432
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Posted - 24/01/2018 :  01:17:58  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
i an thinking that the jacob hanson bprn nov 25 1804confinmed 1823 father died andn mother rermarried
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lyndal40
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Posted - 24/01/2018 :  03:28:44  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
In the record for the Jacob Hansen baptized Nov 25, 1804 the farm mentioned was Soelberg. I did not find a Hans living there in the 1801 Census, but there is a Hans Pedersen listed as owner of that farm in 1813 in a tax record.

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Now this Soelberg Enebak and not Skedsmo but that may be just where the tax is applied.Or does not the record refer back to this Hans Pedersen on the farm Sølberg in Enebak.

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i am not versed enough in Norwegian taxes to know what the reference to Enebak Tinglaug means.

Edited by - lyndal40 on 24/01/2018 03:46:06
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jkmarler
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Posted - 24/01/2018 :  06:11:20  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Checking quickly in the births / baptisms in Enebakk 1804-1805, there are several Jacobs born but none to any Hans.
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lynn peterson432
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Posted - 24/01/2018 :  15:56:36  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
would the farm book for solberg be any; help in locating jacob hanson parents

Edited by - lynn peterson432 on 26/01/2018 06:31:10
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lynn peterson432
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Posted - 29/01/2018 :  06:31:54  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
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Originally posted by jwiborg

Jacob Hansen bought Nordvolden in 1831, and put it up for sale in 1850.
Below is an add from the newspaper Morgenbladet July 16th, 1850. The farm was evntually sold to Engebret Olsen i 1851. Could 1851 be the year they emigrated?



Farm for sale
A small farm close to Skedsmo church,
where there are good houses and a small fruit garden, the soil can feed 1-2 horses and 4-5 cattles,
are up for sale if you contact the owner Jacob Hansen Nordvolden.

Hans Pedersen Nordvolden is too young to be Jacobs father. This Hans P. N. lives on the neigboring Nordvolden farm
Hans Pedersen Nordvolden (1791-1872), m. 1821 Berthe Larsdr (1804-1837), daughter to church assistant Lars Holter.
Children
1. Kirstine Petrine 1822
2. Petter Andreas 1823
3. Louise Marie 1826
4. Andreas 1829
5. Kirsten Marie 1831, married Gullbrand Haagensen Ullereng
6. Bernt Lauritz 1833, married Maren Jacobsdr

Hans Pedersen Nordvolden and daughter Louise Marie Hansdr Nordvolden are two of the sponsors at Peters baptism, but I can't see any relationship to Jacob at first glance. But they live in the house/farm next door, so neighbours for many years...

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lynn peterson432
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Posted - 29/01/2018 :  06:38:39  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
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Edited by - lynn peterson432 on 29/01/2018 06:49:53
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Hopkins
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Posted - 29/01/2018 :  14:49:59  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
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would the farm book for solberg be any; help in locating jacob hanson parents


You could check that for yourself. The area is covered by the “Enebakk bygdebok”, 3 volumes by Birger Kirkeby.
If we look that resource up in the LDS online library catalog they state that they have put the first two volumes online and that those can be viewed at any of their Family History Centers.
https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/144265?availability=Family%20History%20Library

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