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[#23802] Search for Christian Anderson/Andersen RONGLIEN/ROGNLIEN b. 1864

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Gjest Deborah Ronglien

I am currently looking for our Great Grandfather Christian Andersen/Rognlien. We believe he was born in Norway 1863-1865 and emmigrated to USA 1877-1880.He settled in Minnesota and married Annie Dietz (From Denmark) in 1889. We are looking for: parents names, place of birth, Christening records, marriage certificate,naturalization papers, and passenger list. The 1900 Census lists him as: Christ Rognlien married with four children. We have his death certificate of 1943.Could he have come from a farm named Rognlien or Ronglien in Norway? He changed his name ANDERSON to ROGNLIEN in the 1880's. We would appreciate any leads to find him. Deborah K. Ronglien

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Gjest Tor Rustad

I think the farm name was Rognlien.Rognilen farms in Norway: LenkeIf he died '43 you should find him in US Census 1920 and 1930 where the year of US citizenchip is noted (not always correct!)

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Gjest Jan Peter Wiborg

Hi Deborah, your query is also in The Archive forum, under topic 23787 LenkeJan

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Gjest John O. Svenning

Lars, Peder, Ingeborg and Karen all emigrated from Oslo. Kristian (Christian) is the only child in the family missing in the list. John

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Gjest Runar Juvang

I have posted a message in 23787 in arkivforumrunar

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Gjest Deborah Ronglien

Thanks! Yes this could be the man- Kristian Andersen from Gausdal. I have posted message in 23787 of Archive Forum. Deborah Ronglien

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