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[#22819] Morris Langlo West med norske forfedre?

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Gjest Kari Larsen

Se lenken her for nærmere beskrivelse av forfatteren: LenkeJeg skrev engang til ham og lurte på om mellomnavnet Langlo var norsk. Han mente det stammet fra Langlois-ene i Frankrike, men han visste antagelig ikke mer. Hva mener dere er sannsynlig, og er det mulig å finne ut mer?

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Gjest Ove Langlo

Hei Kari! Eg har sjølv fundert på det same som du. Australia er jo her inne i bildet, og eg vil tru at du har funne ut at der er mange geografiske namn som inneheld Langlo.(Langlo-river, -lake etc.) Det er vel rimeleg å tru at forfattaren har namnet frå same opphav som dei nemnde stadane. Kunne det vere ein ide å høyre med eit universitet i Australia, ev. eit geografisk selsjap, kartverk eller liknande. Eg tar gjerne på meg søkinga dersom ikkje andre har betre framlegg til løysing av spørsmålet. Venleg helsing Ove Langlo

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Gjest Kari Larsen

Hei Ove! Fint initiativ dette! Du har kanskje de rette kontaktene i Australia?

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Gjest Ove Langlo

Hei igjen! Eg går vidare med søk så snart eg har høve til det, truleg i neste veke. Takk for lenke! Ove Langlo

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Gjest Arne .D.Langlo Hagen

Ikke sikkert at Morris Langlo West har norske aner. L´anglais betyr Engelskmannen på fransk. På gammelfransk var endingen _ais skrevet _ois. Så L´anglois ble senere L´anglais.I senere tid ble ´ fjernet.Dette kan igjen ha blitt forkortet til Langlo.Derfor kanskje Langlo River,Langlo Downs o.s.v i Australia. Hilsen Arne Langlo Hagen.

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Gjest Ove Langlo

Godt å sjå at spørsmålet ikkje er blitt lagt dødt. Ein ting som kan styrkje formodningane i det siste innlegget, er at ingen nolevande i Norge med etternamnet Langlo, eller med tilknyning til Stranda, synes å ha høyrt frå gamalt av at nokon med namnet skulle ha tatt det med seg 'down under'. mvh Ove Langlo

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Gjest Kari Larsen

Det er jo mulig at Langlo-er kan ha emigrert via et annet land, kanskje. At det har vært nordmenn i Queensland på 1880-84, ble bekreftet i A-magasinet 2. desember, der ruten til Knut Dahl (fra Hakadal) og Carl Lumholtz var tegnet inn på kart over Australia. Det var forresten bare Carl Lumholtz som var i Queensland. Han gikk i land ved Rockhmpton (etablert av Colin Archer-familien!) og dro vestover til Winton ([url="http://www.fallingrain.com/world/AS/4/Winton.html>http://www.fallingrain.com/world/AS/4/Winton.html). I Dette området finner vi Langlo River og Langlo Crossing (

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Gjest Oddbjørn Johannessen

Et mulig apropos: I en annen debatt her i Brukarforum (Lenke) diskuteres et nesten likelydende navn. I kildene er ulike stavemåter representert: Langelow/ Langelov/ Langeloe/ Langelo.

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Gjest Kari Larsen

Hei Oddbjørn! Mine Langlo/Langeloe nedstammer alle fra Stranda i Møre og Romsdal. Men hevem som eventuelt ga navn til Langlo-stedene i Queensland er fortsatt like uvisst. Hva er opprinnelsen til dine Langeloe/Langlow i Porsgrunn/Brevik? Kan de også spores til Stranda?

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Gjest Oddbjørn Johannessen

Jeg kjenner dessverre ikke opprinnelsen til navnet. Den første jeg kjenner til i Grenlandsområdet, er Johan Friderich Langelo(w) som er trelasthandler i Porsgrunn i 1730-årene, og - som følge av kontroverser med andre i samme bransje - senere slår seg ned som kjøpmann i Brevik. Der blir han begravet i 1768, 70 år gammel. Jeg vet ikke hvor han kom fra.

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Gjest Mike Wilson

Hei allRe: WEST MORRIS LANGLO One can request further information from this web site of the National Archives of Australia, in Canberra, ACT (Australian capital Territory).Log in a a guestLenkeThis is what they haveTitleWEST MORRIS LANGLO : Service Number - VX135253 : Date of birth - 26 Apr 1916 : Place of birth - MELBOURNE VIC : Place of enlistment - MT ISA QLD : Next of Kin - WEST EVA Series number B883 Control symbol VX135253 Contents date range 1939 - 1948Access status Not yet examined Location Canberra Barcode no 5707132 A brotherTitle LANGLO FREDERICK WILLIAM : Service Number - Q106899 : Date of birth - 15 Apr 1904 : Place of birth - GYMPIE QLD : Place of enlistment - GYMPIE QLD : Next of Kin - LANGLO NINA Series number B884 Control symbol Q106899 Contents date range 1940 - 1947Access status Not yet examined Location Canberra Barcode no 4461007 TitleA recent arrival...LANGLO Ove born 28 November 1942 - Norwegian - arrived per flight SK 631/983/QF 764 departed Oslo 18 October 1965 under General Assisted Passage Scheme Series number A2560 Control symbol LANGLO O Contents date range 1965 - 1965Access status Not yet examined Location Not in custody Barcode no 7134990They have a lot of requests so it will take some time. RegardsMike

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Gjest Mike Wilson

Another thoughtMany men deserted ship to join the many Australian Gold Rushes. In 1867 A valuable gold field discovered in Gympie, Queensland so suspect thats when Mr Langlo probably arrives.We have two great granfathers who were ships deserters here and a grandfather who although landing at Mary River (near Gympie, Queensland) headed for the Kalgoorlie, WA, goldrush but could not get a passage from Adelaide so stayed here.You could tryLenkeDatabase searchLost your man? The Queensland Deserters Index has been compiled from the early 1860s to 1912 and contains approximately 4000 entries. If you think you may have an ancestor who deserted from a ship at a Queensland port then he could be in this index. Access to the index is $Au5 per surname enquiry plus SSAE. Overseas requests should include an extra $Au1 for postage. The records for deserters includes surname, sometimes given name but more frequently initials, usually age, ship and date of desertion, and occupation on ship (this is omitted for Rockhampton in 1882 and from all ports from January 1884 to 1893). The majority of ships were immigrant ships bringing passengers to Queensland and one wonders if perhaps some of these deserters became friendly with passengers, or perhaps had visited Queensland shores previously and decided to settle here. For further information e-mail me.mvhMikePS: Ove Langlo I see you came out here as a migrant, hope you enjoyed your time here.

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The Langlois optionAgain from the National Archives of AustraliaTitle LANGLOIS Thomas Alfred : Service Number - 1935 : Place of Birth - Guernsey England : Place of Enlistment - Granville NSW : Next of Kin - (Wife) LANGLOIS Amy Eunice Series number B2455 Control symbol LANGLOIS THOMAS ALFRED Contents date range 1914 - 1920Access status Open Location Canberra Barcode no 7374963 View digital copy View digital copy: this shows he was 5 ft 4 inches tall with blue eyes...Record 21 to 40 of 103 (on LANGLOIS)There are many references to LANGLOIS Lefroy in WA, not a common name. Not many in telephone book see: http://www.whitepages.com.auThere is just one Langlo in New South Wales, regional area, residential.mvhMike

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Gjest Mike Wilson

One final thing for today.In respect of Morris Langlo West there are three records on the Victorian (A State of Australia) births deaths and marriages records.LenkeI don't have a need to search for relatives there at the moment but might consider doing it in a few weeks time.mvhMike

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Gjest Kari Larsen

This is indeed very interesting! I know that three brothers, Knut(e) (b. 1852), Luis (Lars Johan b. 1862) and Jans Bastian (b 1872) Langlo from Stranda found gold in Alaska. Two of them stayed in Tacoma, but Jens Bastian came home quite rich. So it may be possible that others from this little place came to seek for gold in Australia. But I would not know their name, I only suppose someone connected to these Langlo families may have something to do with the Langlo-places in Queensland and maybe also with Morris Langlo West.

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Gjest Mike Wilson

If Langlo struck gold he may well have become a pastrolist and brought some land I'll see what I can find out..Reduction in Japanese consumer demand for beef as a consequence of identification of the fourth “Mad Cow” disease outbreak in local cattle. This coincidence of events has resulted in the NLRS cattle market index falling to 135 points from a high of 210 points last November, which is the lowest registered since May 2000.I suppose we all new premium prices would not last, but had hoped the letdown would be slow and gentle. Consistent with our previous comments, enquiries for cattle properties have continued, now enforced by demand for grass. This is particularly so in the central west where Langlo Downs south of Tambo, North Delta at Barcaldine and Hanworth north west of Longreach have all sold to purchasers looking for grass. Following our last report North Delta, a 31,258ha leasehold mixed Gidyea/soft desert property was subsequently sold for $3,500,000 bare of stock and plant (excluding New Haven) which realises a 75% ncrease on the $2,000,000 sale in January 2000. Strong demand for superior quality downs country in the Blackall district is again demonstrated by sale at auction of the 14,633ha leasehold Mellew/Mayfair aggregation for $3,950,000/$279ha, following the sale last month of Mulgrave an 18,480ha leasehold top quality Gidyea block for $6,000,000/$325ha.mvh Mike

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Gjest Mike Wilson

This is near, by Australian standards, Georgetown (80km west of it) a prolific alluvial gold mining area of NW Queensland.Lango Vale Station (pastoral property) & Lango Lake just east of some old gold diggings.LenkeFrom here it would no be unreasonable to go to Mt Isa which is where Morris Langlo West enlisted for WWII.I have the address & phone number and will call to find out what the current owners know about the Langlo name. mvhMike

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Gjest Kari Larsen

Thank you so much! Very interesting. I see you lost the l in Langlo Lake/Vale. But they have the correct spelling on the map! So it is really wonderful what you have found out.

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Gjest Mike Wilson

Another famous LarsenWe flew to Canberra (the Nations Capital) for a family wedding on 10 December 2005 so visted the National Archives before flying back home and saw some interesting facts - ie. only a few 1000 people claimed direct Norwegain ancestory pre WW2, its now around 30,000.Then we saw this is bloke mentioned who is very famous herehttp://www.rochedalss.eq.edu.au/lawson.htm I hope it is interesting also to youMvh Mike

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Gjest Mike Wilson

Henry Lawson (Larsen that other famous Australian Norwegian.The [url="http://naa12.naa.gov.au/scripts/Imagine.asp>http://naa12.naa.gov.au/scripts/Imagine.aspshows his father Peter Hertzberg Larsen was a farmer contractor at Grenfell, NSW. The Prime Minister of Australia had a file of 160+ pages on the matter of his memorials.Have not yet worked out exactly where he came from. Is this a possibility.... Asker

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Gjest Kari Larsen

Larsen is e very common name in Norway, and this person seems to have been called Niels (not Peter) before leaving Norway, according to the article you made a link to.So Langlo should be much easier and much more interesting for me to recognize. According to this link: http://ssb.no/english/subjects/00/navn_en/ we have 40.390 Larsens and only 315 Langlos in Norway..

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Gjest Oddbjørn Johannessen

Mike! Henry Lawson's father, Niels Hertzberg Larsen, came from Tromøy (Aust-Agder). I have some more information about him, but is not able to find it right now. Perhaps later this evening.

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Gjest Oddbjørn Johannessen

A little more genealogy concerning the famous Australian poet and author Henry Lawson. It's a bit out of focus according to the title of this thread - but since Henry Lawson already has been brought up, the information ought to be as correct as possible.Henry Lawson's father was the Norwegian sailor Niels Hertzberg Larsen, born 1832 in Tromøy, Aust-Agder (between the small towns Arendal and Tvedestrand at the southern coast of Norway). 1853 he left Norway on the ship 'Henriette', heading for Quebec - and later on New York, England, South America. After that he was sailing on 'Pedro V' from Valparaiso and came to Melbourne 27th December 1855. There he was taken by the goldrush. 1866 he married the 18 year old Louisa Albury (divorced/separated 1883) Niels Hertzberg Larsen died 1888. Until 1883 he corresponded with his elder sister Pedrine Mathilde at Tromøya.Niels Hertzberg Larsen son of Peder Larsen Fladen born in Austre Moland (Østre Fladen, belonging to Austre Moland Church). 17 years old he became a teacher there, later on at Tromøy, where he also was a church servant (degn, klokker). He took over after his later father-in-law, Sigvard Brorup Diurhuus, who died 1803. 1804 he married Diurhuus' daughter, Marthe Margrethe Holst Diurhuus (mother: Christiane Hertzberg). Peder Larsen Fladen lost his work 1838 because of alcoholism.Peder Larsen Fladen was the son of a local farmer, Lars Jensen Østre Fladen (1720-1804) and Helje Pedersdatter. He again was the son of Jens Guldbrandsen Skaaland (ca 1684-1757) in Holt (a few kilometres nearer Tvedestrand) and Siri Jonsdatter Østebø. They are also my ancestors.Jens Guldbrandsen's parents were Guldbrand Jensen Skaaland (ca 1640-1698) and Maren Pedersdatter (ca. 1654-1730).The first known ancestor on Henry Lawson's father's line, was Knud Guldbrandsen Landbø (ca 1602-ca 1687).

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Correction: Jens Guldbrandsen Skaaland's father was, of course, Gulbrand KNUDSEN (not Jensen).

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