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[#28707] Inga Marie Olsen

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Guest Richard Olsen

Hello AllI post here in hopes of someone being able to give directions as to where I may find information on the following.Inga Marie Olsen was born in 1882 in Fredrikstad. Her parents were Arent Olsen and Laura Larsen.Inga Marie married Johannes Ludvigsen in 1901. They later moved to Oslo. It is believed that they had 5 children.The family in Canada had contact with Aunt Inga until the beginning of World War Two. All contact was lost at that point. Over the years the family attempted to find Aunt Inga and her family, but all efforts failed. It is my father's last wish to find out what happened to Aunt Inga. I am attempting to fulfill his wish.Any information would be appreciated. Thank You.Richard

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Guest Grethe Flood

If the family moved to Oslo (till 1925: Kristiania) and lived there after 1900/1901, you may find information on them in the municipal censuses for Kristiania/Oslo that are kept in the Oslo City Archives (Oslo kommune, Byarkivet) [url="http://www.byarkivet.oslo.kommune.no/OBA/english.asp>Lenke. These censuses are mainly from the period 1899-1954, and you free access to censuses that are older than 60 years. To find Johannes Ludvigsen and his family in Oslo, you may first try to find his name in the address books for Kristiania/Oslo and when you have found the address, you then look them up on that address in the municipal censuses. Here is some information on municipal censuses, given in English

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Guest Richard Olsen

Thank you very much for your reply. It is very appreciated and useful.I have two questions.1. Did you ever hear of Villa Solheim in Grefsen, Oslo?That is their last known place of residence.2. I will check with the archives to see if they will conduct a search. If not, do you know if any researcher-for-hire whose services I could use to check such things as the address books and census?Again, I thank you.

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