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[#18443] Asbjorn Olsen Tuv - 1620-1727

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Guest Anne Godfrey

I am searching for the family of Asbjorn Olsen Tuv, who lived 1620-1727 in Hadeland. He owned Tuv Farm and a business of some kind (handel?). He was a sheriff (lendsmann) over the Hadeland communities, appointed by the representative of the Danish crown. He was very tall, about 6 feet, 7 inches and only weighted about 220 lbs. He had 13 children with one wife and 14 children with another wife. In 1846 this Tuv farm was re-named Rossum when my great, great grandparents, Hakon Hansen Rossum (also known as Haagen) and Kari Hansdatter Molstad bought it. Any information anyone may have on this man would be very much appreciated. Thanks, Anne Godfrey

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Guest Berit Knudsen

Hadeland bygdebok, Gran: Anders Olsen Tuv, sherif 1666-95 in Gran, was born 1620-1726. In 1671-1694 he also was sherif in Jevnaker. He must have moved from somewhere to Hadeland and Gran around 1654, because in 1714 he said he remebered when he came here 60 years ago.At first he owned Augedal (Aggedal) and was a farmer until ab. 1670 and called himself Anders Olsen Augedal. In 1670 he bought Tuv farm from Capt. Reichwein and was called Anders Olsen Tuv. 8 days before 23/6 1682 the whole farm (Tuv) burned down, and he lost everything he owned, but he build new houses and made some improvements too. He was a farmer at Tuv until 1720 when he was 100 y. old. When he died it was a notis in the churchbook for Gran '1727 Friday 3.Jan. Anders Olsen Tuv was burried and he was 106 y. 8 months old. With his 1.wife he got 13 children and with his 2.wife 14 children.'Census 1664 Hadeland, Gran: Aggedall Anders Ollesen 30y. 1665 Aggedall Anders Oluffsson 32y. 1666 Aggedall sherif Anders OluffsĂžn 32y.As you see, he is not so old here as above.Lassen genealogisk collections:----------- Tuff (say Tuv): From Hadeland skifteprotokoll (divisions of inheritance) 1716-1737, fol. 547-549: 1)Anders Olsson Tuft, a 'bedaget Mand'(I have no idea what bedaget means, maybe just lived many days, old man), of 99 y, lived May 1722. 1.married to NN. 2.married to Anne Laursdt. who died at Tuft 1722, in the morning Good Friday. Division started 27/5 1722.Children from both marriages by 27/5 1722: 2a)Laurs, 45y., disabled and feebel intellect.---2b)Jakob 44y., was somewhere in Germany.---2c)Cornelius, of age and married, living at Tuft.---2d)Ole, dead, married to NN and had 1 son. 3a)Christopher Olsen, 2 1/2y.---2e)Jens 24y., not present, but worked as saddler in Christiania.---2f)Gjertrud married to Bent Andersen, both present.---2g)Inger, dead, married to Ole and 1 son-3a Ole Olsen 13y.---2h)Sidsel, 36y, not present since she was working at Kongsberg.---2i)Maren married to dragoon Nils Rejersen, both present.---2j)Cathrine Maria 29y, unmarried.---2k)Boel 26y., insane, present.---2l)Pernille 22, present.Cornelius bought the farm from his father. Thats all.

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Guest Anne Godfrey

Thank you, Berit, so much. This is really interesting, to see that he really did live a long time. Anne Godfrey

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