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Name:Lauritz Jacobsen* Aadland* 
Age:17 
Sex:m 
Remarks:son 
Passenger on:Bark Brødrene 1873, from Stavanger May 20 to Quebec July 8 
Source: - Transcribed by Diana Erickson, Everett, Washington - 2003 
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Submitted by Penny, 30. juli 2016
This is my great grandfather, Laurits Jacobson Aadland Nygaard. He is with his parents and his siblings and uncle. Laurits and his brother, Martin, took the last name Nygaard as did his father. The family settled in Sparta, Chippewa Co., MN. Later Laurits and Martin moved to the Pierpont area of South Dakota. Laurits married Anne Martha Aadland. He became a successful farmer and had 6 children out of 12 that survived him. His oldest daughter, Anna Marie Nygaard married Haakon Tollefson and Laurits resided with them after his wife passed away. He and his family are buried outside of Pierpont, SD at the Skudesness Church.

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